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  • A Timely Food Drive

    To the Editor:

    The F.A.I.TH. Food Pantry would like to thank everyone who donated non-perishable food to the Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire Company during the Passport to Sandy Hook event. It was a very timely food drive.

    We have had a tremendous drain on our resources as the need of our community is growing every month.  Our gratitude goes to everyone who worked so hard to organize the event that shows off our special Sandy Hook while helping the food pantry.

    Sincerely,

  • SHOP Says Thanks

    To the Editor:

    On behalf of the Sandy Hook Organization for Prosperity (S.H.O.P.), and the Passport Committee, I would like to thank everyone who attended our third annual Passport to Sandy Hook. This year we had the largest crowd ever.

    Thank you to all of the merchants who participated in this event. Thank you to our sponsors, Newtown Savings Bank and Andy Sachs. These sponsorships continue to allow us to bring these events to the public free of charge.

  • This Weekend's Passport To Sandy Hook Prize Packages Valued At $3,500

    The Sandy Hook Organization for Prosperity (SHOP) will present the Third Annual Passport to Sandy Hook on Saturday, October 12, from 11 am to 4 pm. More than 30 merchants have contributed toward this year’s prize packages.

    To be eligible to win one of the three prize packages, valued at a total of $3,500, visitors must have their passports stamped at all 32 participating locations. Locations are within walking distance of the Church Hill Road-Glen Road-Riverside Road-Washington Avenue intersection.

  • Looking Forward To A Great Day

    To the Editor:

    As a member of the Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company, I’d like you to join us for a very special event on Saturday. Last year’s Passport to Sandy Hook was a great day and we are looking forward to this year’s being bigger and better!

    Passport to Sandy Hook will feature all of the great shopping and dining that Sandy Hook has to offer – plus great discounts and giveaways, live music, a bounce house, face painting and more! 

  • Support Sandy Hook’s Businesses

    To the Editor:

    The third annual Passport to Sandy Hook will be held on Saturday, October 12, from 11 am to 4 pm.  The event is sponsored by SHOP – Sandy Hook Owners for Prosperity.

  • Sandy Hook’s Show Of Strength And Unity

    To the Editor:

    So much has changed about our quaint Sandy Hook village since last year’s Passport to Sandy Hook event – it is evident in the “We Are Sandy Hook.  We Choose Love” signs in shop windows and the green ribbons and magnets on cars driving through.  Sandy Hook looks different this year too – with new sidewalks, crosswalks, lights and landscaping.  It has truly been a year of change for our community.

  • Support The Pantry

    To the Editor,

    The F.A.I.T.H. Food Pantry would like to remind the community of a wonderful event being held on Saturday, October 12th from 11 am to 4 pm.  The 3rd Annual Passport to Sandy Hook continues to be a supporter of the Pantry and once again is requesting all who attend to bring nonperishable food items.

  • Therapy Dogs Have Passports To Sandy Hook

    To the Editor:

    The Newtown-Strong Therapy Dogs, a strictly-local group of certified therapy dogs and their handler/owners, are thrilled be among the honored guests of SHOP’s October 12th Passport To Sandy Hook day.

  • Shopping In Sandy Hook

    To the Editor:

    I’m looking forward to the 3rd annual Passport to Sandy Hook. It will be great to spend the day there listening to music, lots of great places to eat and shopping. I plan on adding to my bling collection from Sabrina’s Style and when my passport is completely stamped enter it into the raffle!

  • Sandy Hook, A Special Place

    To the Editor:

    Please join me on Saturday, October 12 from 11 am to 4 pm in Sandy Hook Center for the Passport event. Visit all our local businesses and sign up to win one of the fantastic prize packages. Sandy Hook Center has never looked better! The continuation of the new sidewalks and lighting onto Washington Avenue, and the new flower boxes all add to the small town Connecticut feel that makes it such a special place.