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  • ‘Some Like It Hot!’ — Summer ShowAt Fine Line

    MARY KENNEDY
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    ‘Some Like It Hot!’ — Summer ShowAt Fine LineWOODBURY — A unique art show is planned at Fine Line Art Gallery this season. The theme is perfect for the typical steamy Connecticut summer: “Some Like It Hot!”...Read Full Article

  • Calling All WILD Kids

    MARY KENNEDY
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Calling All WILD KidsDERBY — Young adults ages 12 to 15 who are interested in having fun, making new friends, learning about the environment, and volunteering on work projects that will help to improve the land and attract wildlife are invited to take part in Kellogg Environmental Center’s WIL...Read Full Article

  • Movie Series

    SHIRLEY WOYTACK
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Movie Series RIDGEFIELD — Summertime at The Ridgefield Library means a new Hollister film schedule — so moviegoers, listen up.Instead of the library’s twice-a-month matinee and evening screenings (which will resume in September), the library will offer single-shot, evening-only shows in July...Read Full Article

  • The Secret Of The Stone Tablets

    MELISSA MASON
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    The Secret Of The Stone TabletsDANBURY — Candlewood Church at 52 Stadley Rough Road will hold its annual Vacation Bible School, Monday through Friday, July 23 to 27. Sessions will meet each day from 9 am to noon. Built around an action adventure journey through the deserts of Egypt and the Middl...Read Full Article

  • Free Tours OfThe Merwinsville Hotel

    SHIRLEY WOYTACK
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Free Tours OfThe Merwinsville HotelGAYLORDSVILLE — The Merwinsville Hotel will be open for guided tours on Sunday afternoons in July, August and September, from 2 to 4 pm. Tours are free.The public is invited to visit the only remaining railroad hotel east of the Mississippi. On the National Reg...Read Full Article

  • Connecticut’s Role In The Civil War

    MARY KENNEDY
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Connecticut’s Role In The Civil WarHARTFORD — Who would have thought that such a tiny state so far from the battlefields of the Civil War would have such a lasting impression on the war’s outcome? However, Connecticut was known as the Revolutionary War’s Provision State; the same could be...Read Full Article

  • Hawthorne Hill Road

    SHIRLEY WOYTACK
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Hawthorne Hill RoadEdson W. Schoen recently sold his property at 8 Hawthorne Hill Road to Donna Arnold and Long Fond Hsu.Carol French of Curtiss and Crandon Realtors exclusively listed the property, which was sold by Coldwell Banker Ridgefield.Attorney Mike Nahoum represented the seller, and attor...Read Full Article

  • Kelly Leigh Blackford To Steven J. Caron

    JAN HOWARD
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Kelly Leigh Blackford To Steven J. CaronMr and Mrs Richard Blackford of Midlothian, Tex., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelly Leigh, to Steven James Caron, the son of Mr and Mrs Ronald Caron of Newtown.The bride, a graduate of University of North Texas, is an associate media director...Read Full Article

  • Arguments Submitted In Upzoning Case

    ANDY GOROSKO
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Arguments Submitted In Upzoning CaseBy Andrew GoroskoDANBURY — In a legal brief filed in Danbury Superior Court, the six plaintiffs in a court appeal that challenges the Planning and Zoning Commission’s (P&Z) controversial “upzoning” project detail their various objections to the plan....Read Full Article

  • Look Good,Feel Better

    SHIRLEY WOYTACK
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Look Good,Feel BetterBRIDGEPORT — Look Good, Feel Better, the American Cancer Society program that helps women with cancer improve their appearance and self-image through hands-on beauty techniques, will be offered on July 10, 4:30 to 6:30 pm, in the Norma F. Pfriem Cancer Center conference room...Read Full Article

  • Easy-To-Be Green Gazpacho

    KAAREN VALENTA
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

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  • Golf Tourney Benefits National Kidney Foundation

    MELISSA MASON
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Golf Tourney Benefits National Kidney FoundationWEST HARTFORD — To create public awareness about organ donation and raise money for the National Kidney Foundation of Connecticut, the 4th Annual Mike Rosano Golf Tournament will be held on Sunday, July 15, at Blue Fox Country Club in Avon. For a f...Read Full Article

  • Real Estate Notes #1

    MELISSA MASON
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Real Estate Notes #1Deer Hill Avenue, DanburyRosalind Schwarzberg recently purchased property from Chris Rowan located at 134 Deer Hill Avenue in Danbury.Lynn Liesegang of Advanced Real Estate, GMAC/Better Homes and Gardens sold the property, which was exclusively listed by Joan Oricchio of Pruden...Read Full Article

  • Camp Counselors Gearing Up For Camp

    TANJUA DAMON-MERROW
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Camp Counselors Gearing Up For CampBy Tanjua DamonBeginning July 9 there will be a lot of hustle and bustle at the two town parks as the Parks and Recreation Summer Camp programs get under way. Camp counselors spent some time in an orientation program June 28 to get ready for the influx of youngst...Read Full Article

  • Nutrition WiseBy Karen Collins, MS, RD, CDN

    KAAREN VALENTA
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Nutrition WiseBy Karen Collins, MS, RD, CDNQ: Do “energy” drinks really help provide more energy?...Read Full Article

  • We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments

    CURT CLARK
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just p...Read Full Article

  • Learning The Lessons Of Nature

    TANJUA DAMON-MERROW
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Learning The Lessons Of NatureBy Tanjua DamonThere are still some places on the earth where civilization is more than an arm’s length away so that the sights and sounds of nature can be spotted and investigated.Newtown Youth Services provided a weeklong nature program for children in kindergarte...Read Full Article

  • Women In The Bible SeriesAt Jewish Federation Office

    MARY KENNEDY
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Women In The Bible SeriesAt Jewish Federation OfficeDANBURY — Rabbi Judy Frankle will host a series of programs at The Jewish Federation in which she will discuss a range of women who appear in the Hebrew Bible, and are fascinating and resourceful women. She will begin with Rebecca on July 11....Read Full Article

  • Shriners Plan Field Days

    SHIRLEY WOYTACK
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    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Shriners Plan Field DaysMILFORD — Shriners from Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and New Foundland will visit the Milford area this September as Pyramid Shriners host the Northeast Field Days.The highlight of the Septemb...Read Full Article

  • Blind Water Skiers Hold ‘Leaps Of Faith’ Clinic

    MELISSA MASON
    Archive
    June 29, 2001, Friday

    Blind Water Skiers Hold ‘Leaps Of Faith’ ClinicBy Chris KuellAlthough the sporadic rain and occasional clap of thunder have kept some of the faint of heart at home, there was still a good turnout at the Lake Zoar Water Ski Club’s fourth annual “Leap of Faith” clinic for blind children a...Read Full Article