University of Connecticut marketing students vying for an internship at Edmond Town Hall this summer have created a survey that will help them better service the town hall’s client base. The students have created an online survey, and are asking residents to take a few minutes to participate in their survey. The survey has been set up through Google Forms. No passwords are needed, nor is the name or e-mail of those responding, but all questions must be answered in order for the survey to be submitted....Read Full Article
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The Men’s Club of Newtown Congregational Church held its first quarterly meeting on April 7 at My Place Restaurant.
Sixteen members of the group enjoyed breakfast Saturday morning, including NCC Senior Pastor Matthew Crebbin. They were joined by special guests Sheila Torres, operations manager of Edmond Town Hall (ETH), and Margot Hall, chair of the ETH Board of Managers.
The breakfast meetings, according to longtime member Robert Shaw, have been very successful and make for great fellowship. Each meeting’s agenda covers quarterly activities and updates on donations to Feed The Children and autism organizations. Last year alone the club donated more than $2,000 to Feed The Children, which was earmarked for several west African countries due to continued famine and drought conditions, according to Mr Shaw.
The Men’s Club of Newtown Congregational Church conducted its first quarterly meeting of 2018 on April 7 at My Place Restaurant. Members were joined by two special guests: Edmond Town Hall Operations Manager Sheila Torres, on the left, and ETH Board of Managers Chair Margot Hall, fifth from right.