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It is November, a month for reflection and expressions of gratitude. As President John F. Kennedy once said, “We must find the time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives.”On November 7th, the Town of Woodbridge participated in a very important, and consequential election.
The Thanksgiving holiday is a time to come together to acknowledge and celebrate all that is good in our lives. I had that feeling of gratitude as I and so many others said hello to our friends and neighbors on both sides of the aisle who came out to vote in our first-ever November municipal
Woodbridge voters came out in large numbers on Election Day and I, together with my fellow Row B candidates, want to thank the Registrars of Voters and support staff who conducted the day so seamlessly. We would also like to congratulate everyone who was elected to serve Woodbridge and we wish them
More than half of the town’s 6,079 registered voters turned out on November 7 to vote in the most recent municipal election, with a strong showing for local Democrats. “I was so impressed with our community and the overall turnout,” said First Selectman-elect Mica Cadozo in a conversation after the
Stop by The Center between the hours of 9 am – 4 pm and enjoy a hot cup of coffee or tea at no charge. Sponsorship for the months of November and December are provided by Woodbridge residents Barry and Hyla Vine.
CHOICES (Connecticut’s program for Health insurance assistance, Outreach, Information and referral, Counseling, Eligibility Screening) open enrollment runs now through December 7th. Medicare health plans and prescription drug plans can make changes each year to cost, coverage providers
The Bethany Land Trust has received a land acquisition grant of $60,000 from the John T. and Jane A. Wiederhold Foundation to help acquire 89 Russell Road in Bethany. The 38.5-acre property includes woodland, rocky outcrops, and a rich woody marsh that protects songbirds, wildflowers, and other wild
Eighty local seventh and eighth graders had a blast at the Youth Services Halloween Spooktacular last month. Teens enjoyed a mummy wrap, donut-eating contests, music by our DJ, games, pizza, a costume contest, and a raffle.
Registration for winter programs is currently in progress. Most winter programs begin on December 11. Programs include Bowling, Indoor Tennis, Taekwondo, Kumon, Cooking, Basketball, Little Scientists, Indoor Soccer, Chess, & Gymnastics.
We have been appointed by the Board of Selectmen to bring more GREEN initiatives to the town. Join us on November 29 in the town hall to find out what’s cooking! GREEN TIP: Got leftover pumpkins?? Donate pumpkins to a neighbor raising chickens or find a neighbor on Woodbridge Buy Nothing