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In Case You Missed It, Here Is What Posted Over The Weekend



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In case you did not catch them this weekend, here is a list of some of the stories posted to newtownbee.com on April 17 and 18.

“Boys’ Track And Field Team Excited To Compete,” by Andy Hutchison. With a goal of getting to the finish of the campaign, Newtown High School’s boys’ track and field team is striving to also have some success in meets this spring. Read more at newtownbee.com/04172021/boys-track-and-field-team-excited-to-compete.

“Hawk Rescued With ‘Arrow Skewering His Body,’ Believed Intentional,” by Alissa Silber. A red-tailed hawk, presumed to have been intentionally wounded with an arrow, is fighting for its life after being rescued on Friday, April 9. Read more at newtownbee.com/04182021/hawk-rescued-with-arrow-skewering-his-body-believed-intentional.

“Virtual Concert To Benefit Local Pollinators Advocacy Group.” An uplifting and entertaining evening of music will be performed next weekend by professional area artists as a benefit for Protect Our Pollinators. Read more at newtownbee.com/04172021/virtual-concert-to-benefit-local-pollinators-advocacy-group.

“Girls’ Track And Field Team Set To Compete,” by Andy Hutchison. Newtown High School’s girls’ track and field team has 40 athletes ready to compete. Read more at newtownbee.com/04182021/girls-track-and-field-team-set-to-compete.

“International Week At St Rose Of Lima School.” St Rose of Lima School celebrated its annual “International Week.” Read more at newtownbee.com/04182021/international-week-at-st-rose-of-lima-school.

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