Approximately 2,000 motorcycles participated in The Sandy Hook Green Ribbon Ride, a special motorcycle ride-fundraiser that thundered through Newtown on Sunday, May 5. The route brought riders into town along Route 34 — these riders were on Berkshire Road, just north of Old Mill Road — and then took them across Wasserman Way before turning onto Route 25 and heading south, toward Trumbull
If you wish to experience peace, provide peace for another. If you wish to know that you are safe, cause another to know that they are safe. If you wish to better understand seemingly incomprehensible things, help another to better understand. If you wish to heal your own sadness or anger, seek to heal the sadness or anger of another. —His Holiness The Dalai Lama
During a Sunday morning service that was filled with activity, this young parishioner at Newtown United Methodist Church seems to have found himself lifted in prayer. The 10 am worship service on April 28 included the welcoming of new members to the Sandy Hook church, the presentation of new devotionals for first responders, and — going on in the background — the blessing of NUMC church members who will be heading to Haiti this weekend.
Newtown’s five fire companies are coordinating efforts to present The Green Ribbon Ride, a motorcycle ride on Sunday, May 5, that will raise money for a number of local funds. The police-escorted ride, according to organizers, will be done “to remember and honor Newtown’s 26 angels.”
Monster Trucks visiting, 10 am-2 pm, Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue main station, 18-20 Riverside Road, free, Pat Summa from Advanced Auto Parts Monster Jam will be giving rides in special truck, also Thrasher truck on display; 203-915-0704.