Happy Sunday, people of The Haddams-Killingworth! Here’s everything you need to know around town today.
First, today’s weather:
A couple of showers; breezy. High: 60 Low: 51.
Here are the top three stories in The Haddams-Killingworth today:
- The Haddam Historical Society has announced that scholarship applications are now available. The Haddam Historical Society is offering a $500 scholarship to a resident of Haddam, Higganum, or Haddam Neck who is a senior student at Haddam-Killingworth High School. (Facebook)
- Did you know that Connecticut has the seventh oldest population in the nation? In an effort to address that situation and help both the young and old in Middlesex County communities such as the Haddams and Killingworth, the UR Community Cares grant is being used to connect volunteers with older, disabled residents. (Middletown Press)
- Connecticut electric customers reportedly pay the highest monthly bills in the country outside of Hawaii? To combat this phenomenon, a bill is being proposed by the leadership of the Energy and Technology Committee. (CT Examiner)
Today in The Haddams-Killingworth:
From my notebook:
- Connecticut Draft Horse Rescue: “Happy Friday! Our big guy Trick is one of the friendliest boys you will meet when you come for a visit this weekend!” (Facebook)
- Living Rock Church: “Journey through the season of Lent together as a family! Our children’s ministry has put a together a challenge book, the intention of these activities are for families to focus on prayer, giving, and, and fasting together.” (Facebook)
- Hope Alliance, Inc.: “Please share! People need to know this!” (Facebook)
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Now you’re in the loop and ready to head out the door on this Sunday. See you all tomorrow for another update!
— Karena Garrity
About me: I am a native of Connecticut, who currently resides in the Tri-Town community of Chester, Deep River and Essex. I have been a community reporter for the better part of the past 20 years. I love my small town community and I am honored to be a part of Patch.com. You can reach me at; email@example.com.