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Woodbridge has a newly elected Ms President US Woodbridge – Nita Sudhir! Nita bravely ran independently. She was excited to “develop leadership skills” and “help her town.” The determined fifth grader focused her platform on discouraging littering. She proposed posting signs to help the public
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The Woodbridge Rotary Club recently donated a thesaurus to 125 third graders at Beecher Road School. In the past, the Club donated dictionaries, but this year Beecher Road School requested a change to a thesaurus instead. Three Rotarians delivered the books and chatted with the students about
Massaro Farm supporters gathered under the new pavilion March 31 for a luncheon to celebrate and thank Executive Director Caty Poole on her last day in that role. After leading the operation for a decade, Poole has decided to step back from the day-to-day operations.In a brief formal ceremony,
The Garden Club of Woodbridge had several winners at the 41st annual Federated Garden Clubs of CT “Gateway to Springtime” flower show in February. Winners from the club:Petite Design, Spring Mornings winners; Barbara Bosco, 1st place, Dewdrops-a Reflective Design; Leslie Martino, 1st place
We invite you to join us in a community conversation about our Experiencing Woodbridge Survey findings on Wednesday, April 26 at 7:00 pm in the auditorium at the JCC, 360 Amity Road. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate.
A historic headstone for one of Woodbridge’s 19th century forefathers was replaced recently at Eastside Cemetery on Pease Road, thanks to the efforts of John Nolan of Hamden Monument, who donated the engraving and the replacement of the stone. The original stone for Allen Peck (dated 1837) had been
Troop 410 is a Scouting troop for girls in grades 6-12. We currently have Scouts from Woodbridge, Hamden and Orange in our troop, but we welcome girls from any town. We welcome all faiths and backgrounds. We have weekly troop meetings on Tuesday evenings and an outing or campout every month.