In Case You Missed It, Here Is What Posted Over The Weekend
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.
“Charter Panel Gathering Input On Boards Of Finance, Education Reviews,” by John Voket. This is the first of two reports covering the two May Charter Commission meetings. Read more at newtownbee.com/05292021/charter-panel-gathering-input-on-boards-of-finance-education-reviews.
“Boys’ Lacrosse Team Set To Begin State Tournament,” by Andy Hutchison. The Nighthawks playing catchup throughout the season, but they turned it on late in the regular slate. Read more at newtownbee.com/05292021/boys-lacrosse-team-set-to-begin-state-tournament.
“Woman’s Club Plant Memorial Flags Of Tribute,” by John Voket. Newtown Woman’s Club volunteers carried on a long standing tradition of planting more than 200 American Flags around the base of the ‘Liberty and Peace’ monument. Read more at newtownbee.com/05292021/womans-club-plant-memorial-flags-of-tribute.
“Council Answers The Call, Expands Benefits For Emergency Volunteers,” by John Voket. The Legislative Council answered the call for support of selfless individuals during a brief regular meeting, May 19. Read more at newtownbee.com/05302021/council-answers-the-call-expands-benefits-for-emergency-volunteers.
“‘Sunday At The Sanctuary’ Chance To Meet Backyard Farm Animals,” by Alissa Silber. The Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation (CVHF) hosted its free Sunday at the Sanctuary workshop about backyard farm animals on May 23. Read more at newtownbee.com/05312021/sunday-at-the-sanctuary-chance-to-meet-backyard-farm-animals.