Plates filled with fresh, hot buttered pancakes, homemade hash, and applesauce were served to guests Tuesday evening during the 58th Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper at St John's Church. Janet Knapp, center, worked with Lisa Ryan, left, Bruce Moulthrop, right, and hidden in the background, her daughter Erica, who poured batter and flipped cakes on the griddle.
The Legislative Council moved a package of ordinance requests to its Ordinance Committee February 18. Those requests come from the Police Commission and the Board of Selectmen.
First Selectman Pat Llodra told her board the night before about the amendment to the local Firearms Ordinance, and another suggestion designed to prevent the littering of unsolicited mail and materials being left at residential properties.
Following a presentation by members of a community center advisory committee that held similar meetings with the Boards of Finance and Selectmen in recent weeks, the Legislative Council voted February 18 to send an authorization to spend a $15 million community center grant from General Electric to a public referendum on Saturday, March 21.
The referendum authorizing the expenditure is required by charter, even though it does not represent a taxpayer generated appropriation.
“Chamber music is the only true form of music and the most authentic expression of a personality,” insisted Gabriel Fauré. Taking this guiding principle to heart, the Fauré Quartett is now widely regarded as one of the leading chamber groups in the world. Newtown Friends of Music will bring the quartet to the stage of Edmond Town Hall on Sunday, February 22, at 3 pm.
NEW HAVEN — When Daphna Feygenbaum arrives at the funeral of her beloved grandfather, she arrives thinking it’s obvious she will get the necklace her Poppy carried throughout the Holocaust. After all, she’s the one on the way to rabbinical school in Israel. Her cousin Liam Haber appears with his non-Jewish girlfriend Melody and with a very different plan in mind, however.
In a population of more than 320 million people, US Census statistics show that 40.3 million are people 65 years of age and older. Of those, according to the National Center for Assisted Living, more than 735,000 men and women live in assisted living situations. Approximately 1.3 million more are housed in nursing homes.
Organizers of the annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper at St John’s Episcopal Church says that despite this morning's weather, tonight's dinner will go on as planned.
St John's will hold its 58th annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper from 5 to 7 pm.
Members of the church will be serving all-you-can-eat dinners of pancakes, applesauce, and beverages. After a one year hiatus, Bruce Moulthrop’s home-style corned beef hash will return to the menu. Diners can opt for the hash or sausage as their side.