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  • Gestures of Kindness, Part Six: From African Children To Local Hoopsters, Support Continues

    (This is the sixth installation of a series of stories that share with Newtown Bee readers special events that continue to take place as Newtown heals following the events of 12/14 at Sandy Hook School. It is also a continuation of anecdotes from across the country, of people offering kind gestures on behalf of our town.)

  • Gestures Of Kindness, Part Five: Support And Strength Continue, From Within Town And Across The Country

    (This is the fifth installation of a series of stories that share with Newtown Bee readers special events that continue to take place as Newtown heals following the events of 12/14 at Sandy Hook School. It is also a continuation of anecdotes from across the country, of people offering kind gestures on behalf of our town.)

    Martin Luther King, Jr, Day was overcast, cold, and punctuated with sleeting rain.

  • Gestures Of Kindness, Part Four

    (This is the fourth installation of a series of stories that share with readers special events that continue to take place as Newtown heals following the events of 12/14 at Sandy Hook School. It is also a continuation of anecdotes from across the country, of people offering kind gestures on behalf of our town.)

  • Gestures Of Kindness And Signs Of Support, part three: Free Movie Nights Coming To Edmond Town Hall

    As Newtown residents keep trying to move forward and continue (or begin) healing following the shootings at Sandy Hook School on December 14, gestures of support and kindness continue to emerge.

  • Gestures Of Kindness, Signs Of Support Have Come From Everywhere

    As Newtown — and the country — begins to heal following the events that transpired at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, townspeople find it heartening to hear of special events that have been planned to raise funds for myriad projects. They also find it uplifting to hear of some special gestures of kindness that people have done to show Newtown that its residents are in the thoughts of those well outside our 60-plus square miles.

  • Continued Special Offers And Gestures Of Kindness To Help Newtown Heal

    Scissors were snipping and clippers were buzzing at Fun Kuts in Sandy Hook center on December 22 as the salon and attached consignment business bustled with activity thanks to a benefit cut-a-thon hastily arranged by owner Marci Benitez and her staff.