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  • Annual KLAP Walk for Dogs

    The Third Annual Kids Lend A Paw (KLAP) dog walk was held under clear skies Saturday, November 16, at Fairfield Hills.

    Reed intermediate School sixth grader Maddie Stites started the walk three years ago to raise money for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).

    The organization is near and dear to Maddie since the ASPCA rescued her family’s three dogs — Merry, Sunny, and Chloe.

  • The Top of the Mountain

    Newtown Meals On Wheels (MOW) provides a hot, midday meal for shut-ins or people temporarily or permanently unable to get out, thanks to the many volunteer drivers. But due to retirement or other time conflicts for drivers, the organization is currently in great need of additional drivers, said driver coordinator Colleen Honan. Volunteers are assigned a route consisting of several meal recipients. Most drivers volunteer just once a month, one day of the week.

  • Kids Walk For Dogs Saturday, November 16

    The 3rd Annual Kids Lend a Paw (KLAP) dog walk has been set for Saturday, November 16, at Fairfield Hills.

    Reed Intermediate School sixth grader Maddie Stites began Kids Lend a Paw three years ago to raise money to support the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).

    Through bake sales and the two past dog walks, Maddie said she has raised roughly $2,000. This year Maddie hopes to raise $1,000 at the November 16 KLAP kids dog walk.