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



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A number of stories posted to newtownbee.com this past weekend.

In case you missed them, here is a list of some of those stories, not in particular order.

“Once A Nighthawk, Now A Raven: Ben Mason Drafted By Baltimore,” by Andy Hutchison. He once soared as a Nighthawk, and now Ben Mason looks to do the same as a Raven. Mason has been selected in the NFL draft. Read more at newtownbee.com/05012021/once-a-nighthawk-now-a-raven-ben-mason-drafted-by-baltimore.

“Creative Director Aims To Help Clients’ Branding ‘Break Through The Clutter,’” by John Voket. John Rudolph, principal and creative director of the Newtown-based Map Agency is ready to help any local business, nonprofit, or entrepreneur chart a course to greater brand recognition. Read more at newtownbee.com/05012021/creative-director-aims-to-help-clients-branding-break-through-the-clutter.

“Aspetuck Defeats Nationally Regarded Xavier.” It was something of a momentous clash of highly regarded high school rugby teams. Read more at newtownbee.com/05012021/aspetuck-defeats-nationally-regarded-xavier.

“NHS Club Sees The ‘Roots’ Of Its Labor Sprout Around Town,” by Eliza Hallabeck. Newtown High School students planted trees to offset the school's paper use. Read more at newtownbee.com/05022021/nhs-club-sees-the-roots-of-its-labor-sprout-around-town

“Battery Powered: Young Softball Team Energized By Pitcher And Catcher,” by Andy Hutchison. It is not all that uncommon for a top pitcher and starting catcher to be among the team leaders on and off the field in softball. Read more at newtownbee.com/05022021/battery-powered-young-softball-team-energized-by-pitcher-and-catcher.

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