A local physical therapy business is planning its second annual movie event for local women, scheduled for Saturday, January 27, at Edmond Town Hall. In exchange for a free screening of the 2011 film "Bridesmaids," free chair massages, and a free glass of wine for each guest age 21 and over, organizers are asking for a nonperishable donation for FAITH Food Pantry. ...Read Full Article
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Newtown’s 56th annual Labor Day Parade kicked off on Monday, September 4, at 10 am.
In honor of this year’s grand marshal, Lee Paulsen of FAITH Food Pantry, the parade’s theme was “Labor of Love.”
The parade line-up started from the corner of Currituck Road and Main Street and brought participants down Main Street, turning left onto Glover Avenue, and taking another left onto Queen Street, before it finished in front of the grandstand.
For more coverage of the 2017 Labor Day Parade, pick up The Newtown Bee’s Friday, September 8, print edition