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Rewarding Run for Literacy

 April 16, 2014

Spring finally arrived at the Essex Town Hall and on the race courses for the seventh annual Literacy Volunteers Valley Shore April Fools Race benefitting Literacy Volunteers. Fifty-Four racers from all over New England and as far away as Minnesota participated...

A Walk to Feed Neighbors

 April 9, 2014

Since we live in a prosperous community, it's hard to imagine that many of our neighbors struggle to afford the most basic staple, food. But the statistics bear it out. One in seven Connecticut households is struggling to put food on the table.

We Are Deeply Indebted

 April 2, 2014

On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Scranton Memorial Library, I want to express our deep appreciation to the many, many people who helped make this year's Winter Wonder Ball a grand evening and great success.
Without...

Thanks for the Wine

 March 19, 2014

The Madison Lions Club members would like to publicly thank the Madison Wine Exchange for hosting our coming third annual Wine Tasting Event. We would also like to invite adults in the community to join us on Sunday, April 6 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the second floor...

On Behalf of the Scouts

 March 12, 2014

On behalf of all the Madison Girls Scouts, we would like to thank our friends and neighbors for helping make our food drive on Feb. 22 a success. We appreciate their generosity in helping us support Madison Community Services' Food Bank.

Expand our Recreational Opportunities

 March 12, 2014

I write today to encourage the people of Madison to support the proposed expansion of West Wharf Beach. Madison offers its citizens many wonderful recreational resources. I admire how the town has grasped opportunities to expand our recreational opportunities...

Expand the Clam Beds

 March 5, 2014

The Madison Shellfish Commission fully supports the proposed expansion plan for West Wharf. The commission stocks and maintains clam beds at West Wharf for the purpose of providing the community with open clamming and clam dig events. The additional 80 feet of...

A Fruitful Experience

 March 5, 2014

Madison Community Services, Inc., (MCS) is in urgent need of coordinators and/or drivers for its Medical Transportation program. I have been a driver and coordinator for MCS for the past 10 years. It has been a fruitful experience meeting clients, developing...

Many Good Madison Folks

 February 26, 2014

The Feb. 13 snowstorm did not stop 39 hardy volunteers from coming to the library the morning of Feb. 14 to get out the Scranton Library Friends Membership mailing. With school canceled, mothers brought children who joined the adults and were a great help in...

What About Madison?

 February 19, 2014

I was disappointed in the results of the survey for determining the name of the new park under development at the old Griswold Airport site. None of the top names selected included Madison in the recommended name. The land was purchased by the Town of Madison,...

As Simple as Central Park

 February 12, 2014

The renaming of Griswold Airport is as simple as naming a big piece of land in the middle of Manhattan Island, i.e., Central Park. That's where it is. And it's the center of all kinds of people's activities. And there's Grand Central, for a center for...

Helping Provide Warm Clothing

 February 5, 2014

We wanted to express our sincere gratitude to the Madison community in supporting us as we earned the Girl Scout Silver Award. In August 2013 after identifying a need at the Eddy Shelter in Middletown, we organized a warm layer clothing drive. Drop-off locations...

Successes for Madison PD

 January 30, 2014

On behalf of the men and women of the Madison Police Department, it's my pleasure to thank the citizens of Madison and report our recent successes.
The Madison Police Food Drive was an outstanding achievement for everyone...

Political Tug of War

 January 30, 2014

I'd like to clarify a statement attributed to me [Jan. 16, "Park Renaming Project Produces Strong Response"] regarding Nate Rogers's Eagle project and the renaming of Constitution Park: "The park's name should not be the subject of the political war going on...

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