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  • Plunging For My Sandy Hook Family Fund

    The “Plunge For Sandy Hook” event held at Lake Compounce in Bristol on December 8 raised more than $26,000, surpassing its original $10,000 goal, for the My Sandy Hook Family Fund.

    At least two Newtown residents took the plunge into the cold water last weekend: Lauren Morehouse and Christina Wolf. The two women, who have been friends since attending second grade at Hawley Elementary School, were on a team of about 20 people, including family members of some of the victims at Sandy Hook School on 12/14.

  • Plunge For Sandy Hook Raising Money For ‘My Sandy Hook Family Fund’

    A “Plunge For Sandy Hook” event has been set for Sunday, December 8, at Lake Compounce in Bristol, to raise money for the My Sandy Hook Family Fund, which was established following the events of 12/14 to support the families who lost loved ones that day, according to its fundraising site.

    Sean Cummings and Molly Goodine came together to create the event. Neither Mr Cummings nor Ms Goodine live in Newtown, but both said this week that they wanted to do something to continue helping the families one year after the event.

  • Beautiful Baby Contest Sneak Preview This Weekend

    Taryn and Michael Aiello of Oxford were the first parents to enter their children in this year’s Beautiful Baby Photo Contest. The contest is a charitable fundraiser, this year raising funds for Newtown’s First Responders and the My Sandy Hook Family Fund.

  • Gestures Of Kindness, Part Nine— Residents Continue To Receive Love, Provide Inspiration To Others

    A two-day food drive at Six Flags New England conducted over the two-day 2013 season opening weekend filled more than two trucks with donations for Newtown Food Pantry. It was one of countless gestures of kindness that continue to be done for the residents of Newtown since 12/14.

  • Beautiful Baby Contest Entries Arriving; Police Union Receives First Donation

    Connor Monaghan recently gave Newtown Police Captain Joe Rios, left, and Lieutenant George Sinko a check for the police union fund, representing the first batch of entry fee checks for the 2013 Newtown Beautiful Baby Photo Contest. Connor was the 2010 Beautiful Baby Contest winner.

  • The Concert for Healing in The Heart of Newtown

    The Concert for Healing in The Heart of Newtown, performances at 2 and 4 pm, Edmond Town Hall Theatre, 45 Main Street, tickets $15, professional jazz, rock, folk, rhythm & blues, country and Celtic musicians from Newtown and the region will perform concerts to benefit the families who lost someone on 12/14, and to honor Newtown, proceeds to benefit My Sandy Hook Family Fund; 518-537-3849, JJKeneally@gmail.com.