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  • Management Takes Steps To Address Growing Pains At Nunnawauk Meadows

    Since opening in 1975 with 40 one-bedroom units, Nunnawauk Meadows has provided affordable housing for the elderly in Newtown. The community on Nunnawauk Road, off Mile Hill Road, has expanded more than once in the past 40 years, with current units now numbering 134. More than 150 residents enjoy the affordable housing, and many more would, said Nunnawauk Meadows Board of Directors President Richard Kovacs and Linda Manganaro, executive director of the facility since 2011, if there were more apartments.

  • Reaching Across Generations

    To the Editor:

    I am writing on behalf of the management and residents of Nunnawauk Meadows to express our sincere thanks to Girl Scout Troop # 50999, Brownie Scout Troop #50634, Cub Scouts Pack #170 and the middle school club known as “Elder Cubs.”

    It is refreshing to see the youth in town interacting with our seniors whether it be caroling for the holidays, serving goodies, offering holiday gifts, delivering homemade cookies or helping navigate their way through technological devices.

  • Nothing Like Locally Grown Produce

    To the Editor:

    I'm writing on behalf of the management and residents of Nunnawauk Meadows to express our special thanks to Harvey Pessin, Victory Garden Director, and all of the hard-working volunteers who helped plant, harvest and deliver the bounty of vegetables from the Victory Garden in the summer and fall months.

  • Top of the Mountain

    In case you didn’t get in enough artisan crafts shopping during the Newtown Arts Festival, the Newtown based and women-owned Equestrian Hill Farm event planning is presenting the Autumn Harvest Event at Edmond Town Hall, Saturday, October 4, from 9 am to 4 pm. Nearly 21 area vendors have registered so far, so get your shopping bags ready to go.

  • Generosity Grows In The Victory Garden

    To the Editor:

    I’m writing on behalf of the management and residents of Nunnawauk Meadows to express our special thanks to Harvey Pessin, Victory Garden Director, and all of the hard-working volunteers who helped plant, harvest and deliver the delicious vegetables from the Victory Garden during these past few months.

  • Spring Egg Hunt

    Spring Egg Hunt, 2 pm, Nunnawauk Meadows gazebo & community building, 3 Nunnawauk Road, also live music and refreshments, families asked to register by April 5; 203-942-0102, 203-304-9166.