Community Bulletin Board
- Sisters to Sisters Book Club Meets Sept. 8
- Book Signing by Internationally Known Author
- Business Women's Forum ~ Oct. 10th
- Calling All Poets ~ Sept. 3rd
- 7 Angels Theater Honors Najla Noujaim
- Wesson Energy Receives National Award
- Thomaston Svgs. Bank Helps Project Safe Place
- Cornwall Bridge 150th Anniversary Events
- Esty Announces Returns of $2.2 Million
- Post's Polaski is Academic All-American
- Waterbury Police Click It or Ticket
- Women's Forum Names Chairperson
Community Bulletin Board
Sisters to Sisters Book Club
Cutting for Stone
by Abraham Verghese
Twin brothers born of a secret union between a beautiful Indian nun and
a brash British surgeon are orphaned by their mother’s death and their
father’s disappearance in this first novel. They share a fascination with
medicine as they come of age as Ethiopia hovers on the brink of revolution.
Calling All Poets ( . . . and poetry lovers) hosted by Victoria Muñoz
Wednesday, September 3 - 6:30 p.m. / Open mic sign-up - 6:20 p.m.
Christine Beck Theme: School days
Past President: Connecticut Poetry Society
Seven Angels Theatre’s Artistic and Managing Director Semina DeLaurentis announced that the theatre’s lobby will be dedicated to the late Najla G. Noujaim, a long-time supporter of the theatre. The dedication will take place at an invitation-only event on Thursday, September 18. Family, friends, and other community leaders will be in attendance.
From left to right, is Kelly Cronin, Executive Director of the Waterbury Youth Services System, Inc., David Boodoo, Safe Place Coordinator at Waterbury Youth Services System, Inc., and Cindy Cipriano, Branch Manager/Assistant Secretary of Thomaston Savings Bank’s Waterbury, Watertown Ave. office with the Safe Place sign. T
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of its famous covered bridge, the town of Cornwall, Conn. is holding four celebratory events from July through October of this year. The first, “Paint the Bridge Day,” was held on Saturday, July 26, on Rte. 128, in the village of West Cornwall, Conn. 06796.
Rep. Elizabeth Esty (CT-5) announced that her office has returned over $2.2 million in savings to constituents since she took office. The refunds include over $900,000 in Social Security benefits, over $500,000 in veterans benefits, over $245,000 in Medicare refunds, and other savings from federal and state agencies, such as the IRS.
Junior Miranda Polaski (Agawam, Mass.) of the Post University women’s lacrosse team was named to the Capital One Academic All-American Division II Women’s At-Large Third Team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Polaski boasts a 3.98 GPA and is currently working on a degree in Biology. She is the first member of the lacrosse team to ever earn the honor.