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  • Creating A New Comfort Quilt

    Children participated in working to create quilt squares for a Comfort Quilt project at Newtown Middle School on Saturday, December 6.

    The table was part of the Parks & Recreation Breakfast with Santa event, but organizers Suzanne Davenport and Jan Brookes are working on the project outside of the event.

  • Newtown Students Invited To Create A New Comfort Quilt

    One of many tangible signs of support sent to Newtown after 12/14 was a quilt made by students at St Hillary Catholic School in Fairlawn, Ohio, and sent to a school in New Jersey to show their support for children affected by 9/11. It was called the Comfort Quilt, and over 11 years the quilt traveled to six schools affected by natural disasters or gun violence, before arriving in Newtown in 2013.

  • Book Signings Change Of Plans

    Sandy Hook resident Suzanne Davenport will be at Everything Newtown on Church Hill Road from noon until 2 pm on Friday, December 13, signing copies of the just-released Letters from Sandy Hook-Newtown to the World. The time has been changed from its original start time to avoid a conflict with another possible event.

  • ‘Letters From Sandy Hook-Newtown’ Ready For Release

    UPDATE (December 9, 2013): Suzanne Davenport will be at Byrd’s Books, at 213 Greenwood Avenue in Bethel, from 5 to 7 pm on Friday, December 13. An incorrect time was initially provided for this story, which was been updated to reflect the time of the event.

    Ms Davenport has also changed the times for her appearance at Everything Newtown on December 13. She will be at the Church Hill Road location from noon to 2 pm.

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  • New Book Will Be A Collection Of Letters To The World

    “Write about our community,” Suzanne Davenport challenged residents of Sandy Hook and Newtown, and nearly 100 people responded.