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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church to offer Ashes-to-Go for third year(0)

February 24, 2017

WILTON – For the third year, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church of Wilton, will take to the streets to offer “Ashes-to-Go” in two locations. On Ash Wednesday, March 1, The Rev. Barbara J. Clarke, St. Luke’s Interim Priest-in-Charge, will be by the Wilton Post Office from 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and then by the Farmington […]

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Franklin Savings Bank Foundation offers $33,000 in local scholarships

FARMINGTON – Students planning to pursue a business-related field in college are invited to apply for the Franklin Scholar program. Franklin Savings Bank’s Community Development Foundation has announced it will once again offer 11 scholarships for a total $33,000. “We know these scholarships are appreciated by families as college expenses continue to skyrocket,” said Peter […]

Mt. Abram High School’s second quarter Honor Roll

Mt. Abram High School’s Honor Roll for the second quarter, Nov. 7, 2016 ‐ Jan. 20, 2017: High Honors: 93 or above in all full credit academic subjects Grade 12: Abigayle Brackley, Brianna Hinkley, Brooke-Lynn Hinkley, Glendon Howard, Katlyn Marble, Megan Marble, Alexis Poulin, Senna Reid, Alora Ross, Britney Sargent, Olivia Scott, Avery Taylor; Grade […]

Giddy-Up & Go 4-H Horse Club’s 10th annual Hay Raiser this week

INDUSTRY – Giddy-Up & Go 4-H Horse Club is sponsoring their 10th annual Hay Raiser this week. The Club’s fundraiser for Double B Equine Rescue is looking for donations of hay, grain, shavings or money to help support the horses at the horse shelter located in Industry. They could also use halters, buckets and other […]

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