- Saturday, November 22, 2014
The 54th Annual Rotary Pancake Day returns to the Alexandria Room of Edmond Town Hall, Saturday, December 6, from 8 am to 1 pm. Rotary members will be staffing the kitchen, turning out fluffy flapjacks and homemade sausages from Butcher’s Best. The $7 ticket for adults and $3 ticket for children under the age of 10 includes applesauce, orange juice, milk, hot chocolate, coffee, or tea, as well. If one serving does not quite do the trick, there is no need to be shy.
- Wednesday, April 16, 2014
After an extended promotional campaign, where the community was invited to submit picks for their favorite Newtown businesses in four different categories, the Newtown Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club of Newtown announced the 2014 Business of the Year award winners during a recent celebration at the Inn at Newtown.
- Thursday, March 13, 2014
The Newtown Lions Club Foundation has formally announced it has ceased directly administering benefits to providers and individuals through a fund established following the 12/14 tragedy.
Earlier this year, the local Lions joined in a partnership with Newtown Rotary Club, Newtown Memorial Fund, and United Way of Western Connecticut as a means to pool resources and maximize distribution efficiency.
- Tuesday, March 11, 2014
After a month-long campaign, where the community was invited to submit their picks for favorite Newtown businesses in four different categories, the Newtown Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club of Newtown announce the nominees for the 2014 Business of the Year award.
A publicist for the Chamber has stated that supporters can vote as often as they desire for a specific business, and is encouraging contenders to set up a voting "kiosk" station at their locations to encourage clients and customers to vote when they are on premises.
- Tuesday, February 25, 2014
It is Monday morning, February 17, and 3-year-old Genesis Fuentes is visiting the office of The Newtown Bee. Unlike most toddlers who would be racing to and fro, jabbering, or excitedly grabbing at the numerous knick-knacks within reach, Genesis sits quietly in the lap of her 22-year-old cousin, Melanie Lopez, brown eyes set in a thin face, curiously gazing about the room and smiling shyly.
Despite Dwindling Funds, Residents Getting Support From Lions Can Continue Receiving Counseling AssistanceTuesday, February 18, 2014
- Monday, September 30, 2013
Shortly after the events of 12/14, The Rotary Club of Newtown, United Way of Western Connecticut (UWWC) and the Office of Victim Services (OVS) worked together to develop the Immediate Needs Fund.