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  • A World Of Healing, ‘A Lot Of Good In The Community’

    The Newtown/Danbury unit of Church Women United joined World Community Day celebrations “going on internationally,” local unit president Darlene Jackson said on November 8, addressing those who gathered in the meeting room of C.H. Booth Library. Mrs Jackson offered the Welcome and Invocation last Saturday morning, saying Church Women United is “a group concerned with social justice, the environment, world peace, and looking to see if we can have some influence on any of that.”

  • Support For Regional Hospice

    To the Editor:

    Once again the loyal supporters of the Newtown Chapter of Regional Hospice & Home Care came out to support our 24th Annual Breakfast at The Waterview on June 12th.  The numbers are just about all in and we have realized a profit of $22,000-plus, which we think is terrific!

  • Our Heroes

    To the Editor:

    All volunteers are heroes. Whether they rush in to help during a crisis or quietly change lives one act of kindness at a time, they are the essence of community and are the best of who we are as humans.

    During National Volunteer Month everyone who generously gives their time deserves public gratitude for their commitment to the needs of people who may never know their names and causes that would never survive without them. You all make our communities strong.