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     T HIS WEEK ’ S
        Q UOTE
                                   Speeding spurs Chase Road change discussion
   “The face is the mir-
 ror of the mind, and
                                                                  ‘I WALK DOWN THERE EVERY DAY, AND CARS FLY BY’
 eyes without speaking                      BY MEGHAN COUTURE                 intersection. However, with the            entry ways.”                              over there, and there are many from
 confess the secrets of                      VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
                                                                              speed limit difference between the           The town has asked residents for        [Marianapolis], have to contend
 the heart.”                         THOMPSON — Officials are                 routes and Chase Road, speeding            their feedback, and continue to do        with people who are trying to save a
                                   exploring a proposal to deter drivers      down the side road has become an           so, which Groh said is mixed. Some        little bit of time. They’re driving
                                   from speeding down a local side            issue.                                     believe blocking off the easy             faster than they need to. If they have

  INSIDE                           road.
                                     While Route 200 and Route 193
                                   intersect, Chase Road Extension
                                                                                In an effort to force drivers to slow
                                                                              down, First Selectman Larry Groh
                                                                              has proposed a redirection.
                                                                                                                         entrances onto Chase Road may
                                                                                                                         deter people from using the short-
                                                                                                                         cut.
                                                                                                                                                                   to slow down, make a right turn,
                                                                                                                                                                   come in, make a left turn, they may
                                                                                                                                                                   decide, ‘I may just go up to the inter-
    A8-9 — OPINION                                                 ,
                                   also connects them. Currently the            “With the redirection of traffic,          “I probably am the one who said I       section.’”
                                   road has two entryways at both con-        you currently have a 90-degree angle       thought we should do it first,” said         However, fewer cars taking the
    A12 — SPORTS                   nection points — a 90-degree and a         coming in from each road at either         Village    Improvement      Society
    B1 — HOT SPOT                  30-degree turn. Drivers make use of        end,” said Groh. “People would be          President and Quaddick Road resi-                          Turn To ROAD, page A5
                                   the road to avoid the light at the         redirected to use those 90-degree          dent Charlie Obert. “Pedestrians
    B3 — CALENDAR
    B4 — OBITS
    B5 — RELIGION                  ‘There’s just so much to see out there’
          LOCAL                       ‘IMPRESSIONS’ GALLERY NOW SHOWING AT QVCC
                                        BY MEGHAN COUTURE             to Connecticut in 1989 and             “They’re handled so differ-
                                         VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
                                                                      found herself in awe of the              ,”
                                                                                                          ently she said. “I like the
                                     KILLINGLY — From Oct.            sky.                                immediacy of the drawings
                                   12    through      Nov.     10,      “In New York City, you            of the oil pastels and then I
                                   Quinebaug               Valley     don’t   see     sky,”  said         like the figuring out of the
                                   Community College’s Spirol         Bernstein. “I went with a           prints, the colors and what’s
                                   Art Gallery will be showcas-       cousin to do leaf watching,         going to be on top of what.”
                                   ing    Shirley    Bernstein’s      and we went up to Mount                Thirty pieces over a six-
                                   “Impressions of Light” oil         Washington, and coming              year period, the collection
                                   pastel and print collection.       down, I just saw the colors,        shows Bernstein’s subtle                                                         Meghan Couture photo
      Scarecrow contest              Bernstein is a fine arts         the landscape, and the sky ,        transformation between each
                                                                                                                                               Lauren Neslusan, Kim McDonald, Richard Duchesneau, and
                                   adjunct lecturer at the col-       and that’s what started the         creation.
          Page A2                  lege, holding a B.F.A. from        whole series really.”                  “They became less land
                                                                                                                                               Chris Metivier — the team behind Quiet Corner Paranormal.
                                   the University of the Arts           Showcasing both prints            and more sky,” Bernstein
       LEARNING                    and an M.F.A. from Indiana
                                   University A native of New
                                             ,
                                   York City Bernstein moved
                                              .
                                                                      and oil pastels, Bernstein
                                                                      explains her love of both
                                                                      media.
                                                                                                          said of her collection. “They

                                                                                                                Turn To ARTIST, page A16
                                                                                                                                                       The new
                                                                                                                                                     (para)normal
                                                                                                                                               LOCAL TEAM BANDS TOGETHER TO
                                                                                                                                                   EXPLAIN THE UNEXPLAINABLE
                                                                                                                                                                   BY MEGHAN COUTURE
                                                                                                                                                                   VILLAGER STAFF WRITER

                                                                                                                                                 THOMPSON — Paranormal phenomena may be lurk-
                                                                                                                                               ing where you least expect it. Unexplainable happen-
                                                                                                                                               ings may be their work, and the Quiet Corner
                                                                                                                                               Paranormal team may be able to offer answers.
                                                                                                                                                 The team is back in 2011, after a short break, ready to
                                                                                                                                               explore new cases. Director Lauren Neslusan, Case
                                                                                                                                               Manager Richard Duchesneau, Tech Specialist Chris
          Corn Maze                                                                                                                            Metivier, and Lead Investigator Kim McDonald present-
                                                                                                                                               ed their latest evidence and newest equipment Monday     ,
           Page A6                                                                                                                                                                         .
                                                                                                                                               Oct. 17, at the Thompson Public Library A crowd of
                                                                                                                                               more than 40 curious residents gathered to learn more
         SPOR TS                                                                                                                               about Connecticut’s hauntings.
                                                                                                                                                 “It’s the curiosity of the unknown and knowing that
                                                                                                                                               there might be something beyond when we close our
                                     JUMPING FOR A RECORD                                                                                                         ,”
                                                                                                                                               eyes permanently said Neslusan. “Curiosity that there
                                                                                                                                               might be something watching us that we can’t see.”
                                                                                                                        Meghan Couture photo     With 20 years of combined experience, the team had
                                     BROOKLYN — One-hundred and eleven fifth and sixth grade students from Brooklyn Middle School joined       plenty of information to share with the audience,
                                     in a global effort to break the Guinness World Record of 20,425 people performing jumping jacks for one   including why paranormal phenomena interests them.
                                     minute. Encouraged by First Lady Michelle Obama, the 24-hour event occurred between 3 p.m. Oct. 11
                                     and 3 p.m. Oct. 12. Whether or not they succeeded will be revealed in a couple months.                                                       Turn To TEAM, page A16




                                   Selectmen candidates face off at public forum
                                     GROH, BEAUSOLEIL FACING CHALLENGE
     Whelen Modified Tour
             Page A12                     FROM FORRESTER, RITTER
                                            BY MEGHAN COUTURE
                                             VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
   EVER YDAY ECOLOGIST                THOMPSON — On Tuesday Nov.   ,
             PAGE A5               8, Thompson residents will once
                                   again exercise their right to vote,
         O PINION                  deciding who will represent their
                                   best interests for the next two to six                                                Kenneth Beausoleil    Kerstin Forrester    Lawrence Groh Jr.         William Ritter
          GET YOUR                 years.
         POINT ACROSS                 Thompson Together is sponsoring                                                    have been ever since. I bring to the      to make an impact and give back to
         PAGE A8-10                a two-part forum, Candidate’s Night,          “Thompson needs a change and            table 12 years of experience in           the town,” said Beausoleil. “We
                                   to better introduce the candidates to      it’s time to move away from poli-          Thompson’s government.”                   started some good things, including
     W HA T T O D O                Thompson residents. Part one was           tics,” said Forrester. “I am not a           With a bachelor’s degree in politi-     the Fire Advisory Committee. I have
                                   held Wednesday, Oct. 12 at the             politician, and this is my first time      cal science, William Ritter explained     37 years of public service experi-
          A CALENDAR               Thompson         Public       Schools      running for public office. I bring         his qualifications.                       ence, and I am retired from the
        OF AREA EVENTS             Auditorium, where the Board of             with me extensive experience in              “I am running for selectman             Department of Motor Vehicles,
           PAGE B3                 Selectmen and the Planning and             management, leadership, finance,           because there are two kinds of peo-       making me familiar with statutes,
                                   Zoning Commission candidates dis-          and strategic planning that will           ple in the world — talkers and            regulations, and ordinances, as I’ve
                                   cussed the town’s pressing political       serve me well as first selectman.”         doers,” said Ritter. “Most people are     dealt with them for years.”
                                   affairs. Former First Selectman and           The first selectman of Thompson         talkers but it is the doers that            The candidates were also asked to
                                   former State Rep. Shawn Johnston           is responsible for overseeing the          change things. I am tired of talking      explain their goals, if elected to the
                                   moderated the event.                       administration of the town and it’s        and I want to help my town and com-       board for the next two years.
                                      Democrats Larry Groh Jr. and            boards and commissions.                    munity  .”                                  “I feel that I can bring strong man-
                                   Ken Beausoleil campaigned against             “I was elected to the Planning and        Incumbent selectman Beausoleil,         agement and leadership skills to the
                                   Republicans Kerstin Forrester and          Zoning Commission in 1999, and in          retired from 28 years as a state          town along with extensive experi-
                                   William Ritter as candidates for first     2003 I was elected to the Board of         employee, has served one term on          ence in building a strategic plan,”
                                   selectman and selectman.                   Selectmen where I served four              the board.                                said Forrester. “The town needs a
                                      First, the candidates explained         years,” said Groh. “In 2007, I was           “Something that I started two
                                   their qualifications and experience.       elected as first selectman, which I        years ago, running with Larry was
                                                                                                                                                         ,
                                                                                                                                                                               Turn To ELECTION, page A3
A2 •        Friday, October 21, 2011                                                                                                                                                                                                                             THOMPSON VILLAGER




                  Scarecrow contest set for sixth year
            BY MEGHAN COUTURE                     some time enjoying the common,”                              The Group category includes
            VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
                                                  said Beaupré.                                              scout troops, classrooms, business-
  THOMPSON — A bail of hay an       ,                The contest offers prizes to those                      es, families, and more. First place
old outfit, and a bit of creativity is            placing first and second within the                        will receive a $50 gift certificate to
all you need to join in Thompson’s                three categories — Youth, Adult,                           Empire Buffet, and second place a
6th Annual Scarecrow Contest,                     and Group — which will be                                  $25 gift certificate to Price Chopper.
sponsored        by     the    Village            announced on Oct. 29 at 2 p.m.                               Expecting over 20 entries,
Improvement Society    .                             “We have some great prizes this                         Beaupré, is excited to see what cre-
  “You certainly don’t have to be a               year, thanks to our extremely gener-                       ations will be showcased this year.
professional artist,” said Village                ous sponsors,” said Beaupré.                                 “It’s so much fun to see the cre-
Improvement Society Secretary                        The Youth category includes ages                        ativity of the entries and the fun
Jean Beaupré. “And you don’t need                 17 and under, preferably without                           people have with it,” said Beaupré.
to be a resident of Thompson to par-              help from adults. First place will                           The       Village      Improvement
ticipate. All kinds of individuals                receive a $50 savings bond from                            Society’s mission is to maintain the
and groups participate, and creating              Citizens National Bank and a $15                           Thompson Common so that the
a scarecrow is a really fun activity to           gift certificate from Cakettes Bakery.                     space can continue to be enjoyed by
do with kids and friends.”                        Second place will enjoy two youth                          all.
  Open to the public and free of                  tickets to the Fort Hill Farms Corn                          “We work all year maintaining the
                                  ,
charge, set-up occurs Saturday Oct.               Maze and two large cheese pizzas                           common, and one of the primary
22 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the               from JC’s Pizza.                                           reasons is for residents to enjoy its
Thompson Common. Quiet Corner                        The Adult category includes ages                        beauty,” said Beaupré. “The
residents are urged to vote on the                18 and older, with first place to                          Scarecrow contest not only encour-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Courtesy photo
entries from Oct. 23-29, through                  receive two tickets to “Annie” from                                         ,
                                                                                                             ages creativity but it’s a wonderful
voter boxes located near each scare-              the Bradley Playhouse and one large                        excuse to stop by the common and                                 A scarecrow from last year’s contest. This year’s event is slated for later this month.
crow. Popular vote wins.                          cheese pizza from JC’s Pizza. Second                       appreciate what we have here in
                                                                                                                                                                              thinking caps and get creative.                       (860) 928-1818, ext. 112, or by e-mail at
  “If you’d just like to take a look at           place receives a $25 gift certificate                      Thompson.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    meghan@villagernewspapers.com.
the entries, it’s a great way to spend            from Thai Place Restaurant.                                  It’s not too late — put on your
                                                                                                                                                                                Meghan Couture may be reached at




       ECCD presents awards, elects officers
  LISBON — The Eastern Connecticut Conservation
District Inc. (ECCD), a nonprofit soil and water conserva-
tion organization, presented awards to several individuals
                                                                                                                                 Courtesy photo
at their Oct. 12, annual meeting in Lisbon.
  The awards acknowledge the support and assistance                                 From left, Stan Zaremba, Charlie Hobbs,
provided to the Eastern Connecticut Conservation                                    Aubrey Waz, Martin Schutt, Sarah Heminway,
District in its mission to support natural resource man-                            Peter Boardman, Liz Cartier. Missing from
agement in Eastern Connecticut. This year’s awardees                                photo Tim and Lucas Young and Betsy
were:                                                                               Mongirtes.
  • Tim and Lucas Young, earning the Farmer Cooperator
Award for improvements conducted at Valleyside Farm in
Woodstock.                                                                          his efforts on the Niantic River
  • Peter Boardman of Hampton and Betsy Mongirtes of                                Watershed Committee.
Brooklyn were presented with a Muddy Boots Award for                                  • Charlie Hobbs of Ledyard earned the Fundraising
their participation in volunteer water quality monitoring
work.
  • Liz Cartier, editor of The Pomfret Times was awarded
                                                                                    Support Award in recognition of his years of volunteer
                                                                                    service at the annual ECCD Plant Sale.
                                                                                      • This year’s Career Achievement Award was presented
                                                                                                                                                                                              VILLAGER ALMANAC
the Community Journalism Award for assisting ECCD                                   to Stanley Zaremba who recently retired from the CT
with outreach during a water quality investigation of
Mashamoquet Brook.
                                                                                    Department of Energy and Environmental Protection
                                                                                    Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 QUOTATION                          OF THE WEEK
  • Aubrey Waz, of Pomfret, a student at Woodstock                                                                         ,
                                                                                      In addition to the awards ceremony Anne Roberts
Academy was presented with the Youth Conservation
          ,                                                                         Pierson of Ledyard and Beverly Thornton of Brooklyn                                                    “It’s the curiosity of the unknown and
Award for assisting with water quality monitoring and                               were newly elected to the ECCD Board of Directors as
other volunteer efforts.                                                            Alternate Members.
                                                                                                                                                                                          knowing that there might be something
  • The Connecticut Audubon Society was presented this                                Following the Annual Meeting, the ECCD Board of                                                   beyond when we close our eyes permanently
year’s Conservation Partner Award in appreciation of                                Directors also held their annual election of Officers.                                               — curiosity that there might be something
their support of ECCD programs. Sarah Heminway,                                     William Jorsz of Sprague was elected to the position of
Director of Northeast Programs received the award on                                chairman. Norma O’Leary of Thompson will serve as                                                         watching us that we can’t see.”
their behalf.                                                                       vice chairman. Winthrop Benjamin of Preston was elect-
  • Marvin Schutt of East Lyme was awarded the                                      ed treasurer, and Leonora Szruba of Lisbon was elected                                                  - Quiet Corner Paranormal Director Lauren Neslusan, com-
Watershed Support Volunteer Award in appreciation of                                secretary.                                                                                            menting on the excitement leading paranormal investigations.




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THOMPSON VILLAGER                                                                                                                                                                              Friday, October 21, 2011          • A3




Local logger claims championship crown                                                                                                                                         A CCURACY WATCH
                                                                                                                                                                                The Thompson Villager is committed
                                                                                                                                                                              to accuracy in all its news reports.
                                                                                                                                                                              Although numerous safeguards are in
 TWO-TIME CHAMPION TALKS EXPERIENCES, FUTURE OF LOGGING                                                                                                                       place to ensure accurate reporting, mis-
                                                                                                                                                                              takes can occur. Confirmed fact errors
                                                                                                                                                                              will be corrected at the top right hand
              BY MEGHAN COUTURE                                                                          You’ve got the spectators and also the com-                          corner of page A3 in a timely manner.
              VILLAGER 9STAFF WRITER                                                                                                                                            If    you find a mistake, call
                                                                                                         petitors. I look at every single one of them,
Local logger Paul Burke has done it again.                                                               and their eyes say they are to be reckoned                           (860) 928-1818 during normal business
After winning the Game of Logging’s                                                                      with. They’re good, they all won their par-                          hours. During non-business hours, leave
Southern New England Regional held at the                                                                ticular regionals, so you had better be on                           a message in the editor’s voice mailbox.
Woodstock Fairgrounds on Sept. 24, the                                                                   your game. You have to be able to block out                          The editor will return your phone call.
Dayville resident went on to compete at the                                                              the money, the score, the spectators, the
Nationals, held at The Paul Bunyan Show at                                                               other competitors. The only thing that
the Guernsey County Fairgrounds in                                                                       exists when you walk up to one of those                         Walktober events to entertain
Cambridge, Ohio, on Oct. 8. With the help of                                                             events is you and that piece of wood.”
Southern New England’s Game of Logging                                                                                                                                      Walktober is in full swing and continues
Trainer Bill Girard, Burke won the title of                                                              How does it feel to be a champion log-                          through the end of the month offering an abun-
National Logging Champion and $5,000, a                                                                  ger?                                                            dance of special events, free guided walks,
feat he also accomplished in 2006.                                                                                                                                       hikes and strolls through nature and history        ,
This week, The Villager sat down with                                                                    “I do put time into it, I do practice, but I                    and paddles on many of our pristine rivers and
Burke to see where it all began and how it                                                               don’t see myself as any better than anybody                     lakes.
feels to be a two-time national champion.                                                                else. The competitors in Connecticut are                           Discover Putnam Connecticut will host its
                                                                                                         real strong. Even the guy who scores lowest                     Great Pumpkin Festival, Railroad Express &
                                                                                                                                                                         Scarecrow Contest on Oct. 22, featuring a 90-
 THE VILLAGER INTERVIEW                                                                                  at the regional is to be reckoned with. They
                                                                                                         know what they’re doing, they’ve taken the
                                                                                                         training at all four levels, and they are good
                                                                                                                                                                         minute train excursion, scarecrow contest,
                                                                                                                                                                         craft fair, pumpkin carving contest, clowns, face
                      PAUL BURKE                                                                                                                                         painting, food court, artists show, five great
                                                                                                         at what they do. But, that’s the way the                        bands and more! Train ride tickets: $22/per per-
                                                                                                         cards played out for me this year. I don’t con-                 son (departs 11:30 a.m.) and available at WINY
                                                                                                         sider myself a champion.”                                       Radio and Victoria Station Café.
                                                                                                                                                                            During the Hayride and Pumpkins event on
How did you get into logging in general?                                              Courtesy photo     What role does logging hold in your                             Oct. 22 and 29, take a hayride at The Gardens at
                                                 Paul Burke, of Dayville, won the title of National      future?                                                         Bassetts Bridge Farm in Mansfield, and stop at
“I began cutting firewood in high school,        Logging Champion and took home $5,000 at The                                                                            the pumpkin patch where children 6 years and
and I was actually milking cows at the time      Paul Bunyan Show at the Guernsey County                 “I don’t know where the industry’s going —                      younger may pick a complimentary sugar
as a kid. A couple of friends of mine were       Fairgrounds in Cambridge, Ohio, on Oct. 8.              things are tough. The markets are all over                      pumpkin to take home. Pre-registration is
cutting logs for a guy when Turnquist                                                                    the place, the trends have changed. I don’t                     required and limited to 35 people per day by call-
Lumber was still running in Foster. They                                                                 see myself as doing anything different, my                      ing 860-455-0545.
were making the ungodly sum of $40 a day I.       didn’t think he could do, and I thought,               niche has really been conscientious logging.                       Horizon Wing’s Owl Prowl on Oct. 22 at 7 p.m.
couldn’t understand it, I was working on a        ‘Well, there’s something to that.’ I’ve been           I like to cut saw timber, firewood just as                      in Ashford (please note date change) will pro-
farm, and God, I wanted to make my mil-           chasing it ever since.”                                well, whatever the landowner really wants.”                     vide visitors an up close and personal experi-
lions, and that’s how I got started.”                                                                                                                                    ence with four owls native to Connecticut. Pre-
                                                  How do you prepare for competitions?                   How about the Game of Logging?                                  registration is required by calling 860-429-2181
How were you introduced to the Game                                                                                                                                      and admission is $5/adults and $2/children
of Logging?                                       “There’s some different components to that.            “I’m not sure what the future holds for that.                   over 4.
                                                  One, for sure, is your chainsaw skills that            They make me sit out for two years. If you                         For those looking for a bit of fright, be sure to
“I met Bill Girard, I want to say 10 to 12        you hone down over a number of years.                  win the nationals, they don’t want to see                       check out Things that Go Bump in the Night at
years ago. I took his training once with a        Having control, filing, felling, aiming — this         you next year, so I’ve got to sit out for two                   the Nathan Hale Homestead Museum in
guy from Vermont, and we actually walked          is stuff we practice in the woods everyday   .         years. We’ll see what the future brings.”                                            ,
                                                                                                                                                                         Coventry on Friday Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
                                                  Before I went to the nationals, I took a cou-                                                                          Hear stories and ghost legends shared by the
up to a tree — we were out at the NBC prop-
                                                  ple of days to practice, just to brush myself                                                                          Hale staff about unexplained occurrences at
erty in Hampstead — and Girard said he                                                                   Meghan Couture may be reached at (860) 928-
                                                  back up. But, there’s a mental component as                                                                            the Hale Homestead during a candlelit tour. Pre-
was going to put that tree up the hill. I said                                                           1818, ext. 112, or by e-mail at meghan@vil-
                                                  well. I work alone, and I’m not used to cut-                                                                           registration is required by calling 860-742-6917
‘Oh no, you’re not,’ but he did it. He opened                                                            lagernewspapers.com.                                            and admission is $25/per person.
my eyes. He showed me something that I            ting trees with 300 people looking at me.
                                                                                                                                                                            There are approximately 40 more opportuni-
                                                                                                                                                                         ties from now through the end of the month to
                                                                                                                                                                         get out of the house and explore the natural


Selectmen candidates talk goals at debate
                                                                                                                                                                                                               ,
                                                                                                                                                                         beauty of The Last Green Valley a National
                                                                                                                                                                         Heritage Corridor, right here in your own back
                                                                                                                                                                         yard. The Walktober brochure can be found by
                                                                                                                                                                         visiting www.tlgv.org and even more special
                                                                                                                                                                         events can be found by clicking on Calendar. Or
                                                    “My plans, if elected, are to work with the        Commission candidates took the stage from                         pick up your copy at one of the convenient
ELECTION                                         first selectman to ensure the long-term               8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Up for election are                              information rack locations or at many town
continued from page   A1                         growth of Thompson,” said Ritter. “I want to          Democratic candidates Peter Nedzweckas                            halls and libraries throughout the 35 towns of
                                                 see a long-term strategic plan in place to bet-       and Gregory Lee, and Republicans Alvan                                                     .
                                                                                                                                                                         The Last Green Valley The Last Green Valley         ,
long-term strategy in order to define needs      ter guide the town, to expand the tax base by         Hill and Christopher Nelson. On Election                          Inc. (TLGV) will also be happy to send you a
and how to increase the tax base to help keep    bringing in businesses that fit within the                ,
                                                                                                       Day voters will choose three of the four to                       Walktober brochure if you call the Danielson
taxes affordable while still providing needed    town’s framework. I would also like to devel-         sit on the commission, serving a full-term of                     office at 860-774-3300 or request a copy by email-
services. I am innovative and have been suc-     op an infrastructure.”                                six years. Two alternates campaigned as                           ing mail@tlgv.org.
cessful in selling good ideas for improve-          Beausoleil also commented on the town’s            well     —    Democrat
ment during my business career.”                 infrastructure, as well as its emergency              Stanley      Lesniewski
   Groh commented on the town’s budget.
                                                                                                                                            GARAGE DOOR SERVICES
                                                 resources.                                            and Republican Steven
   “Something that I’ve done since I’ve been        “I would like to continue focusing on the          Antos.
first selectman, and what I will continue to     infrastructure, including sewer lines and               Part two of the forum
do, is look for ways to save money said.”                                                                                               We Repair All Makes and Models of Garage Doors and
                                                 road repairs,” said Beausoleil. “As a short-          will take place at the
Groh. “I will continue to look through the       term goal, I would like to continue getting           Thompson          Public    Electric Openers, Broken Springs, Replacement Sections, Broken Cable, Remote Problems
budget with a fine-tooth comb. I’ve done         the Fire Advisory Committee going.”                   Schools Auditorium on
some creative budgeting, thinking outside                                                                                            Fall Tune-up            8x7 - 9x7 Steel Insulated Doors,          Liftmaster 1/2 hp Belt Drive
                                                    Closing statements concluded the forum.            Wednesday, Oct. 19                                                                               Opener w/Wall Control &
the box.”                                                                                                                                 Special             R-12 Complete with Standard              Remote, Free 2nd Remote &
                                                    “If you want a new, more proactive direc-          from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.,
   Groh further explained his accomplish-                                                                                           Check, lube and                  Hardware, Track,                        Outside Keypad
                                                 tion then vote for Kerstin Forrester and              where the Board of         adjust door & opener               Installation & Tax                    (while supplies last)
ments, being first selectman for four years,
such as creating user-friendly and updated
                                                 William Ritter on Nov. 8,” Ritter said.
                                                    Following, Groh made a statement for the
                                                                                                       Education and the
                                                                                                       Board of Finance can-                     $65                            $595                              $325
town ordinances, and completing the              Democratic party   .                                  didates will take the         Coupon Expires 10/31/11           Coupon Expires 10/31/11           Coupon Expires 10/31/11
Buckley Hill Road Project.                          “Don’t forget to vote. I’m asking for peo-         stage for discussion.
   “Another thing that has been done is          ple’s support, to go out and vote for me,
becoming      a   good      neighbor      with   Larry Groh for first selectman, Ken                     Meghan Couture may
                                                                                                                                                                         Sales • Service • Installation
Marianapolis, which is still in the works,”      Beausoleil for selectman, and the rest of the         be reached at (860) 928-                                            1-800-605-9030
said Groh. “The Wilsonville Hydro Dam still      Democratic ticket. But the most important             1818, ext. 112, or by e-
needs to go to town meeting. I would like to     thing is everybody exercising their right to          mail at meghan@vil-                                                  508-987-8600
see that completed in the future. I’m excited    vote.”                                                lagernewspapers. com.                                                 www.countrysidedoors.com
about hydropower to begin with.”                    After a short intermission, the Planning
   Bringing businesses to Thompson is also                                                                                                     Oxford, MA            Email:countrysidegaragedoors1@verizon.net
                                                 and              Zoning
an issue, which Ritter commented on.



                PUBLIC MEETINGS
      THOMPSON
        Planning and Zoning Commission
                ,
        Monday Oct. 24 at 7 p.m.
        Merrill Seney Community Room

        Agriculture Commission
                  ,
        Wednesday Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.
        Town Hall Conference Room

        Recreation Commission
                  ,
        Wednesday Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.
        Merrill Seney Community Room
A4 •       Friday, October 21, 2011                                                                                                                                                                  THOMPSON VILLAGER




   Boo! Quiet Corner gets spooky as Halloween nears
                                          WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE PART OF HALLOWEEN?
                                                                                         Terri Viani and Meghan Couture photos


   Ghosts, ghouls and goblins! Halloween is nearly upon us, and last week, Villager staff writers Terri Viani and Meghan Couture hit the
   road to see what some residents revealed as their favorite aspects of the spookiest night of the year.




                                                                                             Madalyn Foti, Rhode Island —                                           Janet Gareau, Thompson —
               Mike Ricci, North Grosvenordale —
                                                                                                   “Dressing up.”                                                “Pumpkins and the kids dressing up.”
            “Going to the spooky mazes with the kids.”




                      Yelena Maryanov, Putnam —                                                     Nan Viens, Putnam —                                              Alyssia Cinami, Woodstock —
       “I don’t celebrate Halloween, it’s a very strange holiday.”                                      “Pumpkins.”                                                          “The candy.”




                      B o n ét i t !
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                                              PLEASE VISIT
                                            THESE LOCAL
                                                                                     DINING                                  IN THE
                                                                                                                    QUIET CORNER
                                                                                                                                                                     NEWS BRIEFS

                                                                                                                                              Exchange Club of NECT: Upcoming Events
                                               DINING                                                                  on the
                                          ESTABLISHMENTS!
                                                                                                  Deli                 avenue
                                                                                       244 WOODSTOCK AVE., PUTNAM, CT 06260
                                                                                                                                                 PUTNAM — The Exchange Club of Northeast Connecticut, celebrat-
                                                                                                                                              ing 50 years as the local service organization affiliate of the National
                                                                                                                                              Exchange Club, announced their upcoming fall and winter meeting
                                                                                     Ph: 860-963-7012 • Mon-Fri 8-7 • Sat 8-6 • Sun 8-5       schedule for the 2011/2012 season.
                                                                                          WE-LI-KIT PREMIUM ICE CREAM                            The Exchange Club, a group of local community leaders and busi-
                                                                                                                                              ness representatives, typically hold a dinner meeting on the third
                                                                                       GLUTEN FREE SANDWICHES          ALWAYS AVAILABLE       Wednesday evening of the month. This Club Year, the Exchange Club
                                                                                                Gluten-Free Products                          will hold meetings at many different restaurants in Northeastern
              The                                                                       Jake & Amos and Napoli Italian Products
                                                                                             Our Own Label Exotic Coffees                     Connecticut, providing members with an opportunity to experience a
                                                                                                                                              diversity of cuisine while enjoying the camaraderie of men and
                                                                                       Take-out breakfast - sandwiches & pastries
           Gold Eagle                                                                     Lunch - sandwiches, salads & dessert
                                                                                           Don’t Forget our meals-to-go
                                                                                                                                              women seeking opportunities to network and improve their communi-
                                                                                                                                              ties.
                                                                                           Party Platters always available
        at Laurel House                                                                    SPECIAL OCCASION GIFT BASKETS
                                                                                                  GIFT CERTIFICATES
                                                                                                                                                 Meetings are scheduled as follows. Prospective members are invited
                                                                                                                                              to attend a meeting free of charge to learn more about the Exchange
                                                                                                                                              Club. Those interested can contact Ron Robinson of the Exchange Club
               Restaurant,                                                                The Holiday Season is Coming!                       at 860-774-7667 or at robinson6556@att.net. All meetings begin at 6:30
        Lounge & Banquet Facility                                                     We have gift certificates and gift baskets available!   p.m.
                                                                                             Hot soups and meat pies available.                              ,
                                                                                                                                                 • Wednesday Nov. 16: Monthly Exchange Club Meeting; JD Coopers,
        8 Tracy Road, Dayville, CT                                                             Order your Holiday Pies and Cakes              146 Park Rd., Putnam
                                                                                                                                                             ,
                                                                                                                                                 • Wednesday Dec. 21: Monthly Exchange Club Meeting & Holiday
            860-779-7777                                                                                                                            ,
                                                                                                                                              Party The Mansion at Bald Hill, 29 Plaine Hill Road, Woodstock
                                                                                                                                                 • Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012: Monthly Exchange Club Meeting,




                                                         S
        www.the-gold-eagle.com
                                                                   HERWOOD’                                                       S
                                                                                                                                              Nuncio’s Restaurant, 729 Hartford Pike, Dayville
   Catering Weddings, Showers, Birthdays,                                                                                                                     ,
                                                                                                                                                 • Wednesday Feb. 15, 2012: Monthly Exchange Club Meeting, JD
                                                                                                                                              Coopers, 146 Park Rd., Putnam
  Graduations, Funerals, Business Meetings
                                                                                                                                                 The Exchange Club of Northeastern CT also announced that their
         Good Food, Honest                                           RESTAURANT & BAR                                                         annual Oktoberfest Fundraiser at JD Coopers on Oct. 5 helped raise
                                                                                                                                              more than $1,000 to benefit local child abuse prevention programs as
       Pricing, Great Value.
                                                       ON WOODSTOCK/PUTNAM                                                       LINE
                                                                                                                                              well as an initiative to provide housing for homeless veterans (Photo
                                                                                                                                              attached). The Oktoberfest Beer Tasting was sponsored by Pomfret
       No loyalty programs                                                                                                                    Spirit Shoppe owner Mary Patenaude and area beverage distributors.
       or minimums to buy.                             Little River Plaza • 35 Rt 171, SouthWoodstock, CT 06267
          Every Sunday We Serve                                Tel: 860-963-2080 or 860-963-1230 (fax)                                        Recreation departments hosting NYC trip
           Roast Stuffed Turkey                         Baby Back Ribs & Steaks • Fresh Seafood • Angus Burgers
            Roast Stuffed Pork                                                                                                                  THOMPSON — Thompson and Putnam Recreation are presenting a
                                                                                                                                              trip to New York City for the holiday season.
                                                          NOW OPEN 7 DAYS at 12:00 Noon                                                         Join us for a day spent as you choose — museums, shopping, sight-

  # # Ask your server # #
                                                                                                                                                               ,
                                                                                                                                              seeing, Broadway dining, etc. The cost is $39 and includes motor coach
                                                                                 $
                                                                                  5.00 OFF
                                                                             On 2 or more Dinner Entrees
                                                                                                                                              transportation. Depart from North Grosvenordale at 6:30 a.m. and
                                                                                                                                              return at approximately 10:30 p.m. Register now to hold your seat!
                                                                                                                                                To register, or for additional information, download registration
  Lucky 7 Dinner Specials!                               Not to be combined with any other offer, Limit 1 per table. Villager Exp. 10/28/11   materials from our website at www.thompsonrec.org, stop by
                                                                                                                                              Thompson or Putnam Recreation in Town Hall or call Thompson
     entree, potato, vegetable,                                    Sundays                           FRESH FRIED CLAM STRIPS
                                                                                                     1/2 LOBSTER WITH CRABMEAT
                                                                                                                                              Recreation at (860) 923-9440 to have a registration form mailed to you.
                                                                                                                                              Thompson Recreation is located in the Thompson Town Hall at 815
                                                         12 oz. Prime Rib
          beverage $7.77                                                 All Day
                                                                                                     STUFFING AND FILET MIGNON                Riverside Drive in North Grosvenordale.

                                                                                                                     $20
   Served Sun-Thurs 11am-9pm                                                                                                                  Turkey Trot cancelled by Thompson Trails
                                                                                 13.00
                                                                                                             FRIDAY & SATURDAY
                                                                             $
                                                                   Only                              Live Country Music ~ Fridays @ 8pm
                                                                                                                                                 THOMPSON — The Thompson Trails Committee will not be holding
       Lounge Menu Available                           Every Saturday at 8:00                                                                 the 2011 5K Turkey Trot and Turkey Wobble scheduled for Nov. 13 at the
        Sun-Thurs until 12 midnite                            Karaoke                                     Tuesdays                            West Thompson Lake, due to some circumstances out of their control.
                                                                                                                                                 It was quite evident from the increasing number of participants that
           Fri & Sat until 1am                                    by                                    from 7-9 pm                           it was an event that both runners and walkers really enjoyed; therefore
                                                                                                                                                                                                             ,
                                                                                                                                              this event will return in 2012. Mark you calendars for Sunday Nov. 11,
       - Saturday LIVE Entertainment -                          Wolf                                     TRIVIA NIGHT                         2012.
             Wed/Fri Karaoke 9:30-?                         Entertainment                                                                        The mission of the Thompson Trails Committee is to build, maintain
                                                                                                                                              and promote the use of public trails in Thompson, and to connect
         with Big Daddy Entertainment                       Thursday Night is Oldies Night # LIVE DJ #                                        Thompson Trails to neighboring communities. The Turkey Trot road
                                                                                                                                              race is a fundraiser to support these goals.
THOMPSON VILLAGER                                                                                                                                                                      Friday, October 21, 2011           • A5




                           Falling for fall food                                                                                                      WHAT IS IT?
“Vegetables are a must on a diet. I                                                    with a warm bowl of soup at my side!
suggest carrot cake, zucchini bread,                                 THE               Released in September 2001 is “The
and pumpkin pie.” -Jim Davis                                                           Apple Lover’s Cookbook,” by Amy
                                                                EVERYDAY               Traverso. Get yourself to the local



T
         he nights are getting cold and                                                orchard, pick some apples, and get
         the days brisk and chilly Our
                                   .                            ECOLOGIST              on home and enjoy making some
         colorful leaves are floating to                                               apple-delicious food using this book.
         the ground. We’re pulling out                               LIZ               Growing up, my mom’s garden was
our scarves and fleeces (just for the                            ELLSWORTH             notorious for zucchinis (all sizes and
record, I am still wearing my flip-flops                                               shapes). We ate a lot of it and I
as much as possible). Halloween is         produce could utilize lots of pesti-        remember that we used “Garden
approaching and we’re thinking             cides and fertilizers as well as large      Way ’s Zucchini Cookbook and Other
about costumes, candy choices, and         machinery during the growing sea-           Squash,” by Nancy C. Ralston and
     ,
crazy spooky adventures.                   son. The use of these chemicals and         Marynor Jordan. There are all kinds
I consider this time of year to be the     tractors is not considered planet           of recipes, including sweet baked
unofficial kick off to the cooking sea-    friendly (carbon-wise, as well as for       acorn squash and raisin pumpkin
son. Pumpkins, squash, parsnips,           other environmental factors). An            cookies. There’s nothing like pump-
potatoes, and apples are all “in” sea-
son. These timely fruits and vegeta-
                                           article in the Guardian from March          kin pie or apple pie. Check out the
                                                                                       dedicated dessert cookbook entitled
                                                                                                                                                        CONTEST ENTRY FORM
                                           2008 by Robin McKie also points out
bles are ingredients in all of our         that vegetables or fruits harvested         “Pie.” Written by Ken Haedrich, this                        OCTOBER 21, 2011
favorite comfort foods — soups, pies,      locally may not be done in as sustain-      tasty tome includes 300(!) pie recipes,
casseroles, etc.                           able a manner as produce harvested          from your favorite pumpkin pie to                        Deadline: October 27, 2011
All of these local crops are harvested     in a farther away place. For example,       that unusual one you’ve always              My guess is:___________________________________
in September and October. You              some farmers that grow beans in                            .
                                                                                       wanted to try I’ve heard that the
might say we’re eating in season.          Kenya ‘”don’t use tractors, they use        caramel apple-pecan pie is REALLY
Many say that eating in season is          cow muck as fertilizer; and they have       good. The website Mother Nature
                           .
environmentally friendly If you con-       low-tech      irrigation    systems’”       Network      (http://www.mnn.com/             Last week’s answer: Strength in Diversity Mural on Main
sider how many “food miles” some           (Guardian). This is more eco-friend-        food/healthy-eating/stories/eating-                            Street in Danielson.
fruits and vegetables must travel to       ly than a large-operation farm.             in-season-parsnips) lists a yummy
be readily available all year long in      There is a lot to think about when          recipe for roasted parsnips. Be sure
our local grocery stores, you’d agree      debating the “shop only local” pro-         to check for the fall edition of Edible         Who wants $25 cash in their pocket? Anyone?
that buying local and in season is         duce campaign. However, I still think       Nutmeg magazine, which is sure to
better. “Food miles” is a term used to     that buying produce from local              have some recipes for tasty fall                         The Villager has it to give.
refer to a calculation that “show[s]       farms and orchards is better for the        treats. Happy kick off to the cooking
how far a product has been shipped         environment.                                season!                                         Enter ‘What is It?’ now for your chance to win!
and therefore how much carbon has          Whichever side of the debate you fall
been emitted in its transport”                                                         Liz Ellsworth grew up in Eastford,
(http://www.guardian.co.uk/envi-
                                           on, you can be assured that there are
                                                                                       and holds a master’s degree in              Name________________________________________
                                           all kinds of cookbooks specializing
ronment/2008/mar/23/food.ethical-                                                      Environmental Education from
living). Visiting your community’s
                                           in our autumn’s delicious meals.
                                                                                       Antioch University New England and
                                                                                                                                   Address______________________________________
                                           There is a whole book on soups enti-
farmers’ markets and your local            tled “New England Soup Factory              a B.A. in English from Bates College.       State_______Zip_______ Telephone#_____________
orchards will certainly make you           Cookbook,” written by Marjorie              She currently works for the Town of         Please mail your entry form to the Villager Newspapers, PO Box 196, Woodstock, CT
smile.                                     Drunker and Clara Silverstein.              Framingham, Mass., teaching recy-           06281, attn: Editor, or drop off to the office at Faire Place at 283 Route 169/171 in
Skeptics warn that calculating food        Every time I walk past it in the book-      cling and conservation education.           Woodstock, in front of the Woodstock Fairgrounds. You may also fax your entry to
miles is too simple. Locally grown         store, I want to sit down and read it,                                                  (860) 928-5946. All photos are of sights seen in and around Brooklyn, Killingly, Putnam,
                                                                                                                                   Thompson, Woodstock, Pomfret and Eastford. Responses must identify the subject and
                                                                                                                                   where it can be seen. Answers will be given the following week in the Putnam Villager,
                                                                                                                                   Thompson Villager and Woodstock Villager. At the end of each month, all entry forms with
Officials mull Chase Road entry changes                                                                                            the correct answer will be included in a random drawing. One lucky winner will receive
                                                                                                                                   $25! One entry per person, please. Good luck!


ROAD                                       may have on speeding is what neigh-         ward with this action is undecided.
continued from page   A1                   boring residents are looking forward        Also unknown are the costs associat-
                                           to.                                         ed and how to block off the other
                                             “I find it very difficult to walk with    entrances.
shortcut may cause the routes to
                                           my small children, and I would feel           “We need to gather more informa-
become more congested.
                                           much more comfortable if the cars           tion,” said Groh. “I would like to find
  “The Post Office traffic, you know,
                                           slowed down,” said Chase Road resi-         out what the cost is associated with
that’s going to be the only bad thing,”
said Quaddick Road resident Kevin
                                           dent Alison Dodds. “Cars absolutely         redirecting the traffic and what the          Locally Owned & Operated out of Southbridge
                                           speed all the time. I just recently saw     permitting process is from the state —
Marshall. “With the Post Office being
                                           [police] starting to ticket. [Drivers]      because they’re both state roads — if       8 yd. - 10 yd. - 15 yd. - 30 yd. Roll Offs
right here, that gets real congested.”
                                           don’t respect the left hand turn, and          .
                                                                                       any The highway foreman is looking
  To others, having four entryways                                                                                                   From fall cleanup to house renovation –
                                           coming from the other direction they        into this information and getting back
onto one road seems unnecessary    .
                                           feel they can go as fast as they want.”     to me.”                                            we’ve got a dumpster for that.
  “Two stopping places at the end of a
                                             Thompson Hill Road resident Cindy
road — why?” said Chase Road resi-
                                           Hamel agreed.                                 Meghan Couture may be reached at
dent Ed Clement. “Why have it if you
                                             “I would love it,” she said. “I walk      (860) 928-1818, ext. 112, or by e-mail at                      Residential Pick-up
don’t need it? I think it will make
                                                                  ,
                                           down there every day and cars fly by   .”   meghan@villagernewspapers.com.
things simpler.”
                                             Still in the early stages of investiga-
                                                                                                                                                  with single stream recycling
  However, the impact the redirection
                                           tion, whether the town will move for-
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                                            LEARNING
       A festival of fall fun at Killingly High                                                                                                                              THOMPSON MIDDLE
                                                                                                                                                                             SCHOOL
  KILLINGLY         —     The                                                                                                                                                Monday Oct. 24: General Tso’s chicken,
                                                                                                                                                                                       ,
Killingly High School FFA                                                                                                                                                    pasta and broccoli bake, niblet corn, assort-
hosted        their        “Ag                                                                                                                                               ed fresh fruit/salads or alternate – pizza.
Adventure” Corn Maze and                                                                                                                                                     Tuesday Oct. 25: Foot long hot dog, roll,
                                                                                                                                                                                       ,
Fall Festival at the Killingly                                                                                                                                               chili-dices onions, shredded cheddar cheese,
Ag-Ed Land Lab on                                                                                                                                                            Cajun fries or baked beans, cole slaw, assort-
         ,
Saturday Oct. 15. From 10                                                                                                                                                    ed fresh fruits/salads or alternate - BBQ ribs
a.m. until 2 p.m., visitors                                                                                                                                                  on a bun.
enjoyed face painting,                                                                                                                                                       Wednesday Oct. 26: Chicken fajita wrap
                                                                                                                                                                                           ,
pumpkin decorating, and                                                                                                                                                      (13” whole wheat tortilla), shredded cheese,
animals, as well as the                                                                                                                                                      lettuce, tomato, onions, pepper strips, salsa,
chance to get lost in an edu-                                                                                                                                                sour cream, hearty corn chowder, crackers,
cational corn maze. FFA                                                                                                                                                      assorted fresh fruits/salads or alternate -
students greeted visitors                                                                                                                                                    pizza.
along the trails with a fun                                                                                                                                                  Thursday Oct. 27: Baked potato bar, chili,
                                                                                                                                                                                         ,
fact about U.S. agriculture.                                                                                                                                                 shredded cheese, steamed broccoli with
Admission was the dona-                                                                                                                                                      lemon wedge, black olives, salsa, sour cream,
tion of one non-perishable                                                                                                                                                   bread stick, assorted fresh fruits/salads or
food item for the Friends of                                                                                                                                                 alternate – Salisbury steak.
Assisi Food Pantry of                                                                                                                                                        Friday Oct. 28: Spaghetti and meatballs,
                                                                                                                                                                                     ,
Danielson.      Agricultural                                                                                                                                                 fresh garden salad mix with Italian dressing,
Education teachers Doug                                                                                                                                                      grated parmesan cheese, garlic bread,
Butterfield, Bethany Royer,                                                                                                                                                  assorted fresh fruits/salad or alternate –
Bonnie Kegler and Ken                                                                                                                                                        stuffed crust pizza.
Couture organized the
event.
                                                                                                                                                                             TOURTELLOTTE
           Meghan Couture photos                                                                                                                                             MEMORIAL HIGH
At right, King Corn and FFA sen-
ior Sarah Joseph greet maze-                                                                                                                                                 Monday Oct. 24: General Tso’s chicken,
                                                                                                                                                                                       ,
goers as they walk by, while                                                                                                                                                 pasta and broccoli bake, niblet corn, assort-
Killingly High Freshman Hazel                                                                                                                                                ed fresh fruit/salads or alternate – pizza.
Glaude teaches maze-goers a                                                                                                                                                  Tuesday Oct. 25: Foot long hot dog, roll,
                                                                                                                                                                                       ,
fun fact about corn.                                                                                                                                                         chili-dices onions, shredded cheddar cheese,
                                                                                                                                                                             Cajun fries or baked beans, cole slaw, assort-
                                                                                                                                                                             ed fresh fruits/salads or alternate - BBQ ribs
                                                                                                                                                                             on a bun.
                                                                                                                                                                             Wednesday Oct. 26: Chicken fajita wrap
                                                                                                                                                                                           ,
                                                                                                                                                                             (13” whole wheat tortilla), shredded cheese,
                                                                                                                                                                             lettuce, tomato, onions, pepper strips, salsa,
                                                                                                                                                                             sour cream, hearty corn chowder, crackers,
                                                                                                                                                                             assorted fresh fruits/salads or alternate -
                                                                                                                                                                             pizza.
                                                                                                                                                                             Thursday Oct. 27: Baked potato bar, chili,
                                                                                                                                                                                         ,
                                                                                                                                                                             shredded cheese, steamed broccoli with
                                                                                                                                                                             lemon wedge, black olives, salsa, sour cream,
                                                                                                                                                                             bread stick, assorted fresh fruits/salads or
                                                                                                                                                                             alternate – Salisbury steak.
                                                                                                                                                                             Friday Oct. 28: Spaghetti and meatballs,
                                                                                                                                                                                     ,
                                                                                                                                                                             fresh garden salad mix with Italian dressing,
                                                                                                                                                                             grated parmesan cheese, garlic bread,
                                                                                                                                                                             assorted fresh fruits/salad or alternate –
                                                                                                                                                                             stuffed crust pizza.


                                                                                                                                                                             MARY R. FISHER
                                                                               Zach Joubert, 11, of Killingly decorates a pumpkin he picked from the wagon.
                                                                                                                                                                             ELEMENTARY
Killingly Agricultural Education students Deirdre Desmarais, a
sophomore, and junior Gabby Reynolds watch over cow                                                                                                                          Monday Oct. 24: Hamburger on a wheat
                                                                                                                                                                                      ,
Caramel during the festival.                                                                                                                                                 bun, (ketchup), mashed potato, niblet corn,
                                                                                                                                                                             100 percent fruit punch, milk.
                                                                                                                                                                             Tuesday, Oct. 25: “Brunch for Lunch”
                                                                                                                                                                             French toast sticks, hash brown potatoes,
                                                                                                                                                                             (ketchup – maple syrup), turkey sausage
                                                                                                                                                                             links, warm apple slices, milk.
                                                                                                                                                                             Wednesday Oct. 26: Meatballs and pasta,
                                                                                                                                                                                         ,
                                                                                                                                                                             cheesy bread stick, green beans, 100 percent
                                                                                                                                                                             grape juice, milk.
                                                                                                                                                                             Thursday, Oct. 27: Popcorn chicken
                                                                                                                                                                             (ketchup or sweet ’n sour sauce), macaroni
                                                                                                                                                                             and cheese, garden peas, pineapple tidbits,
                                                                                                                                                                             milk.
                                                                                                                                                                             Friday Oct. 28: Cheesy pizza, fresh garden
                                                                                                                                                                                    ,
                                                                                                                                                                             salad mix with italian dressing, cookie, diced
                                                                                                                                                                             pears, milk.
                                                                                                                                                                             Alternate: Yogurt bag lunch.


                                                                                                                                                                             ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL
                                                                                                                                                                             Monday Oct. 24: Chicken noodle casserole,
                                                                                                                                                                                      ,
                                                                                                                                                                             tossed salad, bread and butter, dessert.
                                                                                                                                                                             Tuesday Oct. 25: Grilled cheese on bread,
                                                                                                                                                                                       ,
                                                                                                                                                                             potato chips, vegetables and dip, dessert.
                                                                                                                                                                             Wednesday Oct. 26: Half Day – No Lunches
                                                                                                                                                                                           ,
Killingly High Agricultural Education teachers Ken Couture and Bonnie Kegler                                                                                                 Served.
helped organize the event.                                                                                                                                                   Thursday Oct. 27: Pizza with assorted top-
                                                                                                                                                                                         ,
                                                                                                                                                                             pings, vegetables and dip, dessert.
                                                                                                                                                                             Friday Oct. 28: Hamburger or cheeseburg-
                                                                                                                                                                                    ,
                                                                                                                                                                             er on a roll, lettuce, tomato, pickles and pota-
                                                                                                                                                                             to chips, dessert.
                                                                                             Alena Clayton, 3, of Dayville picked the perfect pumpkin to paint.




Above, Visitors enjoyed a hayride from the Killingly Intermediate School parking
lot to the Fall Festival festivities. At right, Rosie Santerre, 7, of Killingly has a
cheetah painted on her arm by her sister, FFA student Valerie Santerre.


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                      Picking apart some classics in my collection
I
     f you’re anything like me, you                                                 done until the final scene. After sink-   proceedings.                            a merry Christmas. Absurd!
     often get fed up with the bilge
     spewing forth from the TV.
                                                                 ROUND              ing into the nadir of alcoholic dis-
                                                                                    grace for almost the entire story,
                                                                                                                                 One of my favorite pictures is
                                                                                                                              “Double Indemnity” in which Fred
                                                                                                                                                                        A nice comical performance is
                                                                                                                                                                      given by Jack Benny in “George

               ,
   Thankfully I have a second choice
                                                                 ROBIN              Milland suddenly sobers up and re-
                                                                                    rights himself and creates his own
                                                                                                                              MacMurry was persuaded to star
                                                                                                                              (Fred was afraid of compromising
                                                                                                                                                                      Washington Slept Here.”
                                                                                                                                                                        It is a period piece unrelated to
regarding my living room entertain-
ment. I simply put one of my classic
                                                                 RELAYS             quick, cure-all.
                                                                                      I just can’t accept such an instanta-
                                                                                                                              his good-guy image).
                                                                                                                                 Anyway the plot is plotted in the
                                                                                                                                          ,
                                                                                                                                                                      Jack’s radio show on Sunday
                                                                                                                                                                      evenings. So, why does he come out
movie cassettes, which I never tire of                              ALAN            neous transformation, particularly        year 1938. Towards the climax of the    with a supposedly comical dig a Phil
watching. But with that being said, I                            SANDERSON          when compared with a definitive por-      film the tune “Tangerine” is heard in   Harris who was his regular pro-
do have several criticisms of old                                                   trayal of alcoholism such as “The         the background. Unfortunately for,      gram’s orchestra leader, yet has no
flicks.                                                                             Days of Wine and Roses.”                  faultfinders like myself, this song     viable connection with the movie?
   Many movie buffs consider “Gone        upon me while watching the 1945             I frequently pick on another Oscar      wasn’t composed until 1942.               One last lash. Why do so many
With the Wind” as the best film ever      release entitled “Conflict” staring       winner known as “The Best Years of           I believe I have dwelled upon        undistinguished music scores back-
made. It is OK by me. I’ll award it a     Humphrey Bogart and that fine             Our Lives.” The part I am referring       Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho” before.     ground so many old movies. Why are
six out of 10.                            nemesis, Sydney Greenstreet.              to is when Frederic March enters his      There is enough holes in this feature   singers and dancers frequently
   My main objection is Olivia               At the beginning of the screenplay     home as a returning serviceman            to make a hunk of Swiss cheese seem     accompanied by unseen orchestras?
DeHaviland’s character, Melanie. For      Bogie sustains an injured leg, howev-     after World War II.                       envious.                                You tell me. I’ll tell you this; I do
some reason, which defies logic she       er, no mention is ever made of the          He greets his wife, daughter and           I’ll just concentrate on one flaw    enjoy trying to pick a film apart. Yes,
did not realize that Scarlet O’Hara,      passengers in the other car. Why not?     son in the proper manner. The first       though. Despite the timing of this      even if it is an icon.
played by Vivien Leigh, was not           Especially when it appears to be          two play significant roles in the pic-    movie to just before Christmas, there     Codicil: Who was Vespucci?
beyond seducing her husband. I            Bogie’s fault.                            ture, yet the son (I forget who plays     isn’t a single mention of the holiday
believe a 10-year old could have seen        In that same year, Ray Milland         him), following a few upturning, rou-     throughout the 109 minutes. No            Alan Sanderson is a 30-year resi-
that. But what I do know in the face of   walked off with the Oscar for the         tine minutes, is never seen again.        Christmas trees, no Santa, no decora-   dent of Connecticut who lives in
the film garnering eight Oscars.          best male performance in the “Lost        Why include him in the first place?       tions, no nothing. Not even a minis-    Danielson. His writings have
   A big, gaping hole has been thrust     Weekend.” The picture is very well        He has absolutely no impact upon the      ter wishing his exiting congregation    appeared in numerous publications.



                                                                                    Full circle
N
          early 23 years ago, we were newly-        out and chose to return to Putnam, in part           Dad is giving serious consideration to          happy to support that. If Dad chooses to
          weds and Dad was newly enlisted,          because of familiarity, but also because of          returning to full-time active duty which        return to active duty, our daughter has said
          off to basic training 11 days after we    my strong desire (need?) to be near my               would mean relocation to one of two places,     she’ll entertain the possibility of relocating
          wed.                                               grandparents with whom I was very           one of them being, ironically, Texas. Who’da    for her last year of high school, once she’s
  After basic, we moved on to a                              close and who meant the world to            thunk? But now, instead of thinking of the      visited the area. Putnam is all she’s ever
training stationing in California,                           me. There seemed no good reason to          needs of older relatives, we are forced to give known and I wonder if she would be able to
then to our first stationing in Texas,      T N
                                              HE EW          stay in Texas. I think part of it was       consideration to those of our children. With    adapt. What is certain is she would never be
which was short-lived when Dad
deployed for the Persian Gulf and I
                                            N  ORMAL         the fear of being in a place where we
                                                             literally knew no one outside of the
                                                                                                         only one out on his own, this is not a decision
                                                                                                         easily made as we still have a senior, a junior
                                                                                                                                                         forced to do so. I wouldn’t want her to look
                                                                                                                                                         back and regret not having spent that final
returned to Connecticut, pregnant                            military — having to start from             and a freshman. If chosen for the position he   year of school amongst her friends. We are
with our first child.                          LAURA         scratch in what to us was a foreign         desires, it’s possible the Army will allow Dad  accustomed to going for stretches of time
  “Again!?” The only word uttered              FISHER        land.                                       to defer the relocation until our son gradu-    without Dad, but at least stateside, visiting is
by our youngest when Dad told him            ANDERSEN           A baby, a puppy, a large truck with      ates from high school next June. At that        easier. If necessary, we would bite the bullet
he was leaving for Texas the day                             all our belongings, a car in tow and a      point however, our daughter would be enter-     and live apart for 9-12 months, while Dad
after his Bar Mitzvah. Again…and                             few traveling days later, we were           ing her senior year.                            establishes himself elsewhere and I take on
again…and, yes, yet again. Though                            unpacking in a duplex my mother               East         Hartford        (Kindergarten),  the task of packing up twenty years worth of
only for two days this time, no matter how          had secured for us in our absence. We each           Glastonbury (Grade 1 – Grade 3 (part)),         life and selling our home, after which I and
often he goes, nor how short his absence,           got jobs soon after we returned. I’m sure            Vernon (Grade 3 (part) – Grade 4), Stafford     our youngest, who would be entering his jun-
when you’re a kid, it’s simply that Dad is          we’d have found a way to make it in Texas as         Springs (Grade 5), Putnam (Grade 6 – Grade      ior year of high school, would join Dad.
gone, yet again. The happy thought that can         well. Looking back, should we have cut the           12 (October)), and Hacienda Heights, Calif.        In the meantime, we wait to hear back
be taken from his lament is how important           cord and carved out a new life in a new place        (Grade 12). Those were the moves I made as a    from Uncle Sam before we start collecting
Dad really is to us. That is why his absence is     completely on our own 20 years ago? Who’s            child. Because I fulfilled the graduation       boxes and bubble wrap.
                 .
felt so strongly He is not a “dad” in name          to know? I can’t even say that hindsight is 20-      requirements of both Los Altos and Putnam
only — he’s a hands-on, living, breathing,          20 in this case because there were pros and          High Schools, I flew home to attend my PHS         Laura Fisher Andersen is a resident of
positive example of what a father, and hus-         cons to both options.                                senior prom and chose to attend my high         Putnam. She writes a bi-weekly column for
band, should be. As the years pass and our            We knew we’d be in Putnam until my                 school graduation with Putnam, though I         the Villager Newspapers.
kids become adults and perhaps parents              grandparents were no longer here. My                 also received my diploma from LAHS. As an




                                                                                                                                    White Dove
themselves, I hope when they reflect on their       grandfather, Sidney Fisher, perhaps known            only child with an
own lives, they realize how fortunate they          to many of you, passed in 1995, three years          outgoing personality,
are to have two parents who truly love them         after our return and less than a year after          perhaps it was easy




                                                                                                                                      Jewelry
and are there for them, even when they don’t        our second child was born. I don’t think we          for me to make those
want us to be! Many of today’s children are         ever gave much thought to where we would             moves, though mov-
not as lucky .                                      be in our own lives or how old, and in what          ing in my senior year
  The Army offered an early out option in           grades, our children would be when the time          was difficult, unwel-
1991, what now seems like an eternity ago.          came that we no longer felt tied to Putnam           comed,       and    not
We were young. We had a newborn. We’d just                         .
                                                    due to family My grandmother’s passing in            optional and some-
been separated for five months by the               2009, my mother’s move to Florida in 2010            thing I would never
Persian Gulf War. We were in Texas where
the only family we had was a distant cousin
                                                    and my mother-in-law’s passing a few
                                                    months ago means that we are now in a posi-
                                                                                                         impose upon my own
                                                                                                         child. And yet here
                                                                                                                                           OPEN HOUSE Oct, 22 • 10-5 •
of Dad’s. Everyone we knew, everything we’d         tion to explore other options. Having been           we sit with a huge          at "The Shops at Sawmill" 306 Rte 169, South Woodstock.
known all our lives was here in Putnam. Stay        home for 20 years now, can we, are we actual-        decision to make.              Elegant and Everyday pieces. Artisan: Linda St. Jean
in Texas and continue active duty? Opt for          ly ready, willing and able to pick up our roots        Dad’s career has
the early out and stay in Texas; or return to       and try something new?                               been the driving force                            Please join us!
what was familiar and comfortable? We got             It seems we may have come full circle, as          of our lives and I am



Do women and men invest differently?
                      Several years ago, a book titled “Men        instead of focusing strictly on performance statistics, they
                    Are From Mars, Women Are From                  tend to delve deeper into their investments’ background,
                    Venus” was quite popular. As the title         competitive environment and other factors. This quest for
                    suggests, the book argues that men and         additional knowledge may help explain why all-female
                    women are vastly different from each           investment clubs have achieved greater returns than all-
                    other, particularly in their emotional         male clubs, according to a study by the National
                    needs and in the way they communicate.         Association of Investors Corp., which represents thou-
                    While not everyone agrees with the             sands of investment clubs across the country  .
                    notion that men and women might as               • Men may be more optimistic about the financial mar-
                    well be from different planets, most of us     kets. Some studies show that men are more optimistic
                    would probably concur that the two gen-        about key economic indicators and future stock market
 F   INANCIAL ders frequently behave differently — and             performance. Optimism can be a valuable asset when it
                    this divergence in behavior may also           comes to investing; if you have confidence in the future,
     F OCUS         show up in the way that we invest.             you’re more likely to invest for it, and to continue invest-
                      In fact, various studies and anecdotal       ing. On the other hand, false optimism may lead to over-
                    evidence suggests these differences in         confidence, which can have negative results for investors.
  JEFF BURDICK the way that men and women invest:                    Neither men nor women have a monopoly on positive
                      • Men tend to trade more often than          investment behaviors; each gender can probably learn
women. Men seem to buy and sell investments more fre-                                                     ,
                                                                   something from the other. Ultimately of course, it’s your
quently than women. This difference could result in an             decision-making, not your x- or y-chromosomes, that will
advantage for women investors. For one thing, if women do          determine your ability to make progress toward your long-
trade less, they may incur fewer commission charges, fees          term goals — so educate yourself about your choices, and
and other expenses, all of which can eat into investment           get the help you need from a financial professional, as you
returns. Also, by holding investments longer, women may            invest through the years.
be able to take better advantage of market ral-
lies. During the 2008-09 financial crisis, for
example, men were more likely than women to
sell shares of stock at market lows, which led to
bigger losses among male traders — and fewer
gains when some of the stock values began to
rise again — according to a study by Vanguard,
a mutual fund company      .
   • Men tend to invest more aggressively than
                                      ,
women. Perhaps not surprisingly men seem to
be more willing to take risks with their invest-
ments. This trait can be both positive and nega-
tive. On the positive side, risk is associated with
reward, so the more aggressive the investment,
the greater the potential for growth. On the neg-
ative side, taking too much risk pretty much
                          ,
speaks for itself. Ideally all investors — men and
women — should stick with investments that fit
their individual risk tolerance.
   • Women are more likely to look at the “big
picture.” Although both men and women
investors want information, women seem to
take a more “holistic” approach — that is,
A8 •   Friday, October 21, 2011                                                                                                                                                   THOMPSON VILLAGER




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                                                      OPINION           Opinion and commentary from the Quiet Corner

                                               NEXT WEEK IS FINAL WEEK TO SUBMIT ELECTION LETTERS
                                                                                                                                                                   Blessings
                                                                                                                                                                      in
                                                                                                                                                                   solitude
           PRESIDENT & PUBLISHER

                                                                                                                                                                   A
                                                                                                                                                                           s a gift to myself, I
              ADAM MINOR                          It’s hard to believe, but November is nearly               Letters should not be written as though to a                  spent most of my birth-
                                                here.                                                     particular individual (for example: “Your deci-                  day alone.
                    EDITOR                        Voters all over the Quiet Corner will head to           sion was wrong. You should not act in that way    .”).
                                                                                                                                                                      I made a plan and drove to a
                                                the polls for their annual elections, and with that       Refer to individuals by name, and then by “he” or
                                                                                                                                                                                     nearby city
                                                in mind, the Villager is reminding its readers of         “she” or “they” in subsequent references.
       EDITORIAL                                its Letters to the Editor policy concerning elec-
                                                tions.
                                                                                                             For election-related letters only, there is a 500-
                                                                                                          word limit, and all submissions will be published
                                                                                                                                                                                     where I could
                                                                                                                                                                                     have a lovely
                                                                                                                                                                                     lunch      and
                                                  Most importantly, readers are encouraged to             as space is available. The editor reserves the
                                                take pen in hand (or keyboard and mouse, as the           right to edit any and all submissions at his dis-                          walk around
                                                case may be) and write in support of their                cretion. When possible, attempts will be made to                           a nice neigh-

          King of                               favorite candidate. You may, instead, feel passion-
                                                ate about a particular issue that you want to see
                                                addressed by your newly elected officials.
                                                                                                          allow the letter writer to rewrite, but the final
                                                                                                          decision rests with the editor.
                                                                                                             While space dictates how many letters are pub-
                                                                                                                                                                                     borhood.
                                                                                                                                                                                     would enjoy
                                                                                                                                                                                     my own com-
                                                                                                                                                                                     pany .
                                                                                                                                                                                                   I


                                                  The Letters to the Editor forum is there for you        lished in each issue, prompt submission will

         the road                               this election season, but there are rules to be fol-      increase the likelihood of inclusion. In other                               I went to a
                                                lowed.                                                    words, writers are advised not to wait until two           NANCY WEISS     F r e n c h
                                                  First and foremost, absolutely no election-             weeks before an election to submit a letter.                               bistro      for
                                                related letters, e-mails or phone calls, including           The Villager will stop publishing election-                             lunch      and
                                                candidate endorsements, will be published under           related letters, including endorsements, after it’s      although I brought a book
                                                the anonymous Sound Off section of the                    Friday, Oct. 28 edition.                                 with my cell phone with me. I


I
   am the best driver ever to get behind a      Villager.                                                    The editor reserves the right to refuse a sub-        didn’t look at either one. I was
   steering wheel.                                All letters must be signed, with a place of resi-       mission if it does not meet any of the aforemen-         completely content being
                                                dence and phone number supplied for verifica-             tioned guidelines for publication. The editor may        quiet, anonymous, and alone.
  OK … I know that’s not true, but that is      tion. Failure to include any of that information          otherwise edit or reject a letter at his discretion.     The waiter, perhaps feeling
the exact sentence that pounds through          could result in your letter not being published.             With so many important decisions facing the           sorry for me, said that I was
my skull whenever I see one senseless             All letters must be free of personal attacks and        town this year, readers are encouraged to share          actually dining with him, as
                                                libelous remarks. Letter writers are encouraged           their opinions and concerns. There is no better          we would share the experi-
act of road tomfoolery after another on         to remain focused on endorsing a candidate, and           way to do that than through your local newspa-           ence. I smiled politely at his
our local streets, especially when the          to refrain from commenting negatively about               per. So pull out that pad and pen, or sidle up to        comment, but really wanted to
actions of one driver gone rogue puts me        opponents. Failure to follow that guideline could         your computer, and have a say in this year’s elec-       tell him he shouldn’t assume
or other drivers around me in danger.           result in rejection of a letter to the editor.            tion by writing to the Villager!                         that a woman alone is neces-
                  Please indulge me one                                                                                                                                         ,
                                                                                                                                                                   sarily lonely but he was prob-
                more time and allow me                                                                                                                             ably too young to understand.
                to step up onto my soap-
                box one more time. The
                                                                      LETTERS TO THE EDITOR                                                                           There are many advantages
                                                                                                                                                                   to being alone. I was away for
                                                                                                                                                                   several weeks in the spring
                incident that sparks this                                                                                                                          and my husband, for the first
                mini-rant — and forgive
                me if the tone seems a lit-     Anthony: Aleman for Pomfret Board of Finance                                                                       time since our marriage, was
                                                                                                                                                                   left behind with only the dogs
                tle irritated, because,                                                                                                                            for company  .
                well, it is — happened on        To the Editor:                                           gives Attorney Aleman an appreciation for those             He soon began to appreciate
                                                 I thoroughly enjoyed my term as a member of the          on a fixed income balanced by her daughter               their attention and now
 THE MINOR the way to work earlier             Pomfret Board of Finance and regret that I cannot          Evelyn’s experience a Pomfret Community School.          knows the value of a devoted
                this week. Near the state      serve again.                                               She will bring a unique combination of education,
   DETAILS line between Southbridge                                                                                                                                canine and a smart cat.
                                                 I write to recommend Attorney Alyson Aleman              compassion and experience to the Pomfret BOF.               For once, he was in charge
                and Woodstock, Conn.,          as my successor on the Board of Finance.                                                 ,
                                                                                                          Please vote for her on Tuesday Nov. 8.                   of everything in his immedi-
  ADAM MINOR    the road coming into             Alyson is a graduate of Marianapolis, Boston                                                                      ate environment. He didn’t
                Southbridge has been pre-      College, Columbia University (MA) and Fordham                                                   MARY ANTHONY        need to consult with me about
                                               University Law School. Concentrating in elder law                                                    POMFRET
pared for paving, and as I write this, is                                                                                                                          anything. The anxiety he felt
nothing but dirt and loose stone.                                                                                                                                  initially about being alone
Accordingly one would think that the
              ,
speed limit for such a road would be
                                                                   An observation in ‘class warfare’                                                               abated and was eventually
                                                                                                                                                                   replaced by a similar concern
                                                 To the Editor:                                           that financial stability and a sizeable down pay-        when I was about to return.
                                        ,
reduced, not only for your own safety but                                                                                                                          He knew the feeling of person-
                                                 A local real estate business placed an ad in a local     ment will be required in order to punish the land-
for the safety of others.                      paper with this lead-in: “Should the United States         lord. The ad also seems to denote a failure to recog-    al empowerment would be
                    ,
  Well, apparently a certain Ford F-150        Be Owned By Only The Rich?”                                nize that some people want to rent, which is their       replaced by the collaborative
decided this was not the case.                   This was a wise expenditure if attention though          freedom of choice, something else that is under fire     nature of living with another
  I could tell something was awry when         absurdity was the goal. It is a clear indication of        these days.                                              person. My husband and the
as I entered Southbridge and started on        the tendency of intelligent people to fall for propa-        While we cannot escape the fact that the Occupy        dogs greeted me with enthusi-
                                               ganda pitting successful business people against           Wall Street demonstrators have the president’s           asm,       but     occasionally
the dirt road, there was no one behind                                                                                                                             exchange glances that seem to
                                               out-of-work and less-than-wealthy people, which is         respect for promoting class warfare, now we have
me, and I started to follow a couple cars      what this ad is doing. The last line, “find your piece     our local business people buying into this rhetoric.     say, “We could really have
that had the same idea as me — slower          of the pie” finished it off nicely for me.                 Perhaps the Quiet Corner will soon find tents in         some fun if she weren’t
and steady .                                     Besides the fact that real estate agencies are part      Rotary Park. If so, will our business owners be          around!”
            ,
  Suddenly I was being tailgated.              of the capitalist system, this ad was incredulous          there cheering them on?                                     People rarely eat alone at
  One thing you need to know about             when you consider how it targeted renters. The ad                                                                   restaurants. They might nip
Route 198 in Southbridge is that, for the      hints they should not contribute to landlord                                                     RITA CONRAD        through a drive-in place or sit
                                               wealth. There was no small print to warn renters                                              POMFRET CENTER        in a coffee shop, but dining
most part, it is not a straight road. It has                                                                                                                       solo, especially in fancy
many turns and isn’t exactly ideal for                                                                                                                             restaurant is just too uncom-
racing.
  As we approached a turn, this driver
                                                          Do the right thing? Or do things right?                                                                  fortable. I suppose people feel
                                                                                                                                                                   vulnerable and worry they
decided it was time to prove himself (and        To the Editor:                                           the citizens of Woodstock; at some point, this docu-     will look they have been stood
yes, it was a “he,” as I became suspicious       Five members of the Woodstock Planning and               ment will be the basis for their interaction with the    up. Waiters are often flustered
and started to keep an eye on him in my        Zoning Commission seek re-election; the incum-             Planning and Zoning Commission. When appli-              by single diners. Some unwrit-
                                               bents who ask for your vote are Jeff Gordon, John          cants come before the Commission, I am careful to        ten but universally under-
rear view mirror), as he took his life into    Anastasi, Dexter Young, Fred Rich, and myself, as          review the materials and to compare the proposal         stood norm seems disrupted
his own hands, pulled past me AND the          well as Alternate Travis Sirrine.                          with the regulations in order to ensure that the reg-    when the table is only set for
two other cars like Jimmie Johnson,              Now is the time to look ahead at the next four           ulations the community has voted into place are          one.
nearly skidding out and kicking up dirt        years, during which planning will be focused on the        being followed.                                             I ate my birthday lunch
in the process, and went about his way     ,   future of Woodstock. It is our collective future.             We incumbents collectively and individually           slowly, savoring the spicy
never to be heard from again, leaving a          Are you, Voter, one who believes that the                know that both the big picture and the details are       Portuguese stew I ordered. I
                                               Planning and Zoning Commission in Woodstock                important; we represent a variety of ages, occupa-       could overhear the lively con-
plethora of horn beeps, panicked faces         should be made up of those committed to “doing the         tions and range of experiences. And we work well         versation of four well-dressed
and, no doubt, choice words. As for me,        right thing?” Those are people who think in con-           together, not only with each other but also with the     women to my left, but I chose
all I could do was gasp in horror, stare       cepts, looking at the big picture. Or do you think the     entire Commission, to make carefully reasoned-out        to ignore their stream of talk.
and pray that no oncoming traffic would        Commission should be made up of people who are             decisions regarding both an individual’s proposal        I was in my own little bubble
be careening around the turn.                  committed to “doing things right?” That is the                                                      ,
                                                                                                          to make a certain use of his property but also to        of quiet self-centeredness as I
                                               group of people who think that details matter, that        plan for Woodstock’s future.
  He was lucky that time.                                                                                                                                          reflected on the new year that
                                               the exact meaning of the words determines what                                 ,
                                                                                                             On Election Day Nov. 8, look for our names on the     was beginning for me.
  As Route 198 became paved again, a           the regulations say and therefore how they should          second row of the ballot, and vote to keep an effec-
vengeful piece of me hoped to see this                                                                                                                                Soon my mind drifted off
                                                                     ,
                                               be applied. Actually both of these approaches are          tive Planning and Zoning Commission working for          into thoughts of what I might
man pulled over on the side of the road        essential to any well-functioning board or commis-         Woodstock’s future. Although this is not a presiden-
                                                                                                                                                                   do or see in the next 12
by Southbridge Police, but alas, no jus-       sion. We six are a time-tested combination of both         tial election year, be sure to exercise your right to
                                                                                                                                                                   months. I didn’t need to pay
tice was done.                                 kinds of people. And some members have both                step up to vote — Woodstock’s future is actually in
                                                                                                                                                                   attention to anyone else’s com-
                                               attributes!                                                your hands!
  What could drive a person to such              When it comes to the details, making sure the lan-                                                                ments on the food or worry
insane actions? What could lead to a           guage in a regulation is precise and specific, that is                                      DOTTI DURST
                                                                                                                                                                   that my attention was cen-
decision like that? I doubt it was a drink-    my strength. The precise wording as well as captur-                                                                 tered only on my own inter-
                                                                                                                         WOODSTOCK PLANNING AND ZONING             ests. I sipped a cup of hot cof-
ing issue, as it was only 9 a.m. My mind       ing the intent of regulations is what I think I owe to                                       COMMISSION             fee and felt a wave of grati-
immediately jumped to an emergency of                                                                                                                              tude for the chance to pause
some sort. Was he headed toward a hos-
pital? My attitude lessened as I thought                                 Jeff Gordon for re-election                                                               on my birthday and savor
                                                                                                                                                                   being alive.
about the possibility that he was in a                                                                                                                                As I drove home, I thought
                                                 To the Editor:                                           Commission’s spending without compromising
rush because a member of his family              Thoughtful planning begets sound zoning regula-          services, and updating the land use fee ordinance so
                                                                                                                                                                   about fall. The tangy smell of
was in danger at Harrington Memorial                                                                                                                               dry leaves, the squirrels con-
                                               tions. It requires thinking proactively about the          that it is fair to everyone (your taxes no longer sub-
Hospital. Honestly if I were in his shoes,
                    ,                                                                                                                                              ducting suicide missions by
                                               future and being mindful of the past.                      sidize private development and applicants aren’t
                                                                                                                                                                   scurrying in front of cars, and
maybe I would have done the same thing,          There is an important balance to maintain. We            overcharged). The Commission’s Strategic Plan,
                                                                                                                                                                   the early evening darkness
although getting to the hospital in one        must guide development while preserving our com-           which keeps our work moving in a forward, produc-
                                               munity’s rural character. We must protect individ-         tive direction, has fostered this. We have encour-       remind us that we are in a
                        ,
piece would, logically seem like priority                                                                                                                          transitional season. We are
                                               ual property rights while providing for our town’s         aged you to have your voices heard and we have lis-
number one.                                    overall welfare. We must have zoning/subdivision           tened.                                                   neither here nor there and the
                           ,
  At the end of the day everyone came          regulations to prevent haphazard growth while not             It is not just what we do that matters, but how we    limbo evokes nostalgia that is
out safe and sound, but the whole inci-        having unnecessarily burdensome rules that befud-          do it in making public policy decisions. Our track       worth feeling. It is a bit like
dent bugged me for a while because now,        dle good and needed land uses. We must promote             record is successful on both accounts.                   being alone.
                                               economic development for tax base diversity in                Serving on the PZC has been my privilege, work-          There are many gifts of
more than ever — and I know I am speak-                                                                                                                                                     .
                                                                                                                                                                   being in a community Small
                                               order to fund public services and education while          ing with each one of my fellow commissioners. I
ing in generalities — people seem to be        maintaining our neighborhoods, villages, agricul-          look forward to continuing my work. Let’s roll up        town life provides a sense of
driving with more reckless abandon and         tural lands, open spaces and recreational areas. We        our sleeves to keep getting things done the right        connection and predictability
less concern. Do some drivers just not         need a reasonable, responsible and accountable             way Let’s keep the balance that makes sense …
                                                                                                               .                                                   that we treasure, but being
care? Or do they really think they are         approach.                                                  common sense!                                            alone and anonymous now
invincible?                                      Woodstock’s Planning and Zoning Commission                                        ,
                                                                                                             Please vote Tuesday Nov. 8, for Jeff Gordon and       and then is special. The late
                                               (PZC) has been working as a “team,” regardless of          the Republicans on Woodstock’s Planning & Zoning         poet, John O’Donohue said, “
                                               politics, to achieve results, not gridlock. This is evi-   Commission. Thank you.                                   may you open the gift of soli-
  Adam Minor may be reached at (860)           dent in updating our Plan of Conservation and                                                                       tude”. It was a better present
928-1818, ext. 109, or by e-mail at            Development, improving our zoning regulations,                                           JEFFREY A. GORDON          than anything that could have
adam@villagernewspapers.com.                   creating non-residential design guidelines, stream-                                   CHAIR, WOODSTOCK PZC          been wrapped with a bow.
                                               lining the regulatory processes, decreasing the
THOMPSON VILLAGER                                                                                                                                                        Friday, October 21, 2011    • A9




                                                                            OPINION
                                                                  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
  Democratic candidates want to meet you                                                              Lindley: Addressing some misleading information
  To the Editor:                                   know the candidates hoping to serve our
                                                                                                         To the Editor:                                  Town of Thompson. We estimate the number
  Pomfret voters will have the opportunity to                 .
                                                   community Just drop in, have a coffee and a
                                                                                                         To the person who provided the anony-           of TMHSAA volunteer hours for this project
meet and greet their Democratic candidates         tasty ‘Bean’ dessert and say hello to our can-
                                                                                                      mous comment about the Tourtellotte                to have been in excess of 2,000 hours and
            ,
on Tuesday Oct. 25 at the Vanilla Bean from        didates.
                                                                                                      Memorial High School Alumni Association            saved the Town of Thompson more than
6:30 until 8 p.m. This is a great occasion to
                                                                                                      (TMHSAA) in the Oct. 7 edition of the              $70,000.
gather with your neighbors, have a casual                                      LEIGH GROSSMAN         Thompson Villager — we usually do not reply           We sponsor the TMHS Athletic Hall of
evening at ‘The Bean’ with friends, and get to                                        POMFRET         to those unwilling to provide their names, but     Fame, which has an annual cost to alumni
                                                                                                      felt the misleading information you provided       volunteers of approximately $1,000. We spon-
                                                                                                      should be addressed.                               sor and conduct the research necessary for
   Graff: Place the ‘right person’ for mayor                                                             Yes, the TMHS Alumni Association has a
                                                                                                      room in the 1909 Tourtellotte building. This
                                                                                                                                                         the WWII Honorary Diploma Project, a proj-
                                                                                                                                                         ect that allows WWII veterans drafted out of
                                                                                                      room and many others were emptied when             high school during WWII the opportunity to
  To the Editor:                                   and worked behind the scenes to assure the         the remaining high school classrooms and           receive their long-overdue HS diplomas. We
  I think Peter Place is the right person for      people of Putnam were provided for.                offices were moved from the 1909 Tourtellotte      also led the effort to place the 1909
mayor of Putnam.                                      Peter understands the needs and cares           building to the new high school in 2008. The       Tourtellotte building on the Connecticut
  He is an experienced leader with a proven        about the people of Putnam. He is looking          room is an old-style lecture room with a           State Historical Register. We conduct history
track record of 16 years experience as a           ahead to future growth and is working to           multi-level floor unsuitable for office space in   classes, have donated more than $5,000 for the
selectman and 10 years as deputy mayor.            expand the Tech Park to bring businesses and       a modern school. The room houses part of           refurbished seats now located in the TMHS
Peter has the honesty, integrity, common           good paying jobs to the area. This will contin-    the Tourtellotte Collection, yearbooks, school     Ryscavage Auditorium, worked on the WWII
sense, and fiscal responsibility to lead the       ue to provide Putnam taxpayers a low tax           artifacts, and high school archives, all the       Wall of Honor located in the school foyer,
Town of Putnam. On numerous occasions              rate.                                              responsibility of the school district and the      helped to protect the Tourtellotte Trust, and
over the past several years, as deputy mayor,         Peter recognizes the need for cultural activ-   Thompson taxpayers. The Tourtellotte               raised funds for scholarships — ALL at no
he has taken over the mayoral position and         ities and the continued revitalization of          Collection, archives, and records are main-        cost to the town.
made a seamless transition. He is not one to       downtown, such as 88 Main, to continue to          tained by TMHSAA volunteer archivists, dur-           The alumni coordinator is a position that
boast about his accomplishments, he just rec-      make Putnam one of the “Best Small Towns           ing normal business hours at no cost to the        exists in many high schools and was
ognizes the issues, weighs out the options,        in Connecticut”. People come from all over to      Thompson taxpayers.                                approved by the Thompson BOE in 2008. It is
and acts upon his decision.                        enjoy the river fires, music, car shows, fire-        The school has provided several obsolete        a stipend position that only receives compen-
  During the power outages during Tropical         works, and all that Putnam has to offer, which     items that are no longer of any use to the         sation when there is coordination needed
Storm Irene, Peter took a leadership role and      in turn brings “out of town” capital to the        school. They include an old desk, a chair, a       between the school and its alumni. Since 2008
was actively involved with the needs of the        community   .                                      broken bookcase and several file cabinets;         the district has spent less than $700/year on
people of Putnam. He helped to organize and           Please vote for Peter Place on Nov. 8.          they remain the school’s property. The             this position. These costs are greatly offset by
open town buildings for water, showers,                                                               Alumni Association has purchased and               the items and time donated by the TMHSAA.
power charging stations, etc. He assisted with                                     LYANN GRAFF        donated hundreds of dollars in shelving,              We do open the Memorial Room for viewing
the transportation and distribution of MREs                                          DANIELSON        office equipment, and administrative and           a few times per year on special occasions dur-
                                                                                                      archival supplies. The main computer in this       ing the weekend. The spirit in which the
                                                                                                                           ,         ,
                                                                                                      room was bought by built by and paid for by        TMHSAA and the Town of Thompson does
                                                                                                                                         .
                                                                                                      the Thompson Historical Society It runs the        this is in accordance to Dr. and Mrs.
Zoning will preserve Crystal Pond’s lake water                                                        historical archive program Past Perfect and
                                                                                                      is the town’s main historical electronic
                                                                                                                                                         Tourtellottes’ overall wishes of sharing the
                                                                                                                                                         collection, the Memorial Room, and its pur-
                                                                                                                                  ,
                                                                                                      archive center. Currently the TMHSAA is            pose with the citizens of Thompson.
   To the Editor:                                  es and boathouses.                                 loading the Tourtellotte collection. To date                 ,
                                                                                                                                                            Finally with all the cuts levied upon the
   It has been nearly 60 years since my broth-       Most of the lots on Crystal Pond and             this project has consumed hundreds of TMH-         school district over the past several years and
er, cousin and I would fish the northeastern       Ashford Lake predate subdivision regulation        SAA volunteer hours — thousands more are           the difficulty we all face in the upcoming
corner of Crystal Pond.                            and can be subdivided. Requiring lots to have      required to finish this project.                   years, the last thing this town, or any other
   I can still remember leaning over the shad-     a 50-foot road and lake frontage will reduce          Further, the secondary computer in this         town, needs is to discourage those volunteers
ow side of the old wooden rowboat and dan-         the risk of the very small (.46 acre average)      room is an obsolete piece used only for the        willing to step up when others won’t and
gling worms in front of a big bass we could        lots on Crystal Pond from being divided fur-       Internet. We do not use the phone located in       donate their time and money to make the
see nesting on the rocky bottom 8 feet down.       ther by 77 percent. This standard, as all of the   this room and can assure you that the state-       Town of Thompson and its schools a better
Sixty years later the water is no longer clear     standards in the proposed regulations, is a        ment that it was provided for the use of the       place. The TMHSAA and the BOE would be
— the result of stormwater flowing into the        small requirement that will enable residents       Alumni President is blatantly wrong, as I          more than happy to answer any further ques-
lake from the impervious surfaces of an            to continue modifying their existing homes         have never used it.                                tions. Questions can be answered by attend-
overdeveloped shoreline.                           or to convert their cottages to year-round res-       In addition, members of the TMHSAA              ing a Board of Education meeting or by
   The proposal to adopt zoning in Eastford is     idences without undue hardship.                    spent the better part of the 2009 summer mov-      addressing them to the TMHSAA at tmh-
the best thing that could happen to Crystal          Zoning would affect different sections of        ing, recording, photographing, identifying         saa@charter.net.
Pond and Eastford lakes. Proposed regula-                                    .
                                                   Eastford very differently Regulations closely      and cleaning hundreds of items on display in
tions would help maintain the status quo of        matched to the needs of those living around        the Memorial Room while damage to the                                         JOE LINDLEY (’74)
lake water quality by requiring submission of      lakes would help preserve the lake water           Memorial Room was repaired. These items                                    PRESIDENT, TMHSAA
a Stormwater Management Plan for new               quality of Eastford’s lakes. Regulations in the    are all the property and responsibility of the
development which increases impermeable            Rural Residential will have very little impact
surfaces 10 percent or more. The plan must         on folks living there. I urge all Eastford resi-
show how peak stormwater flow into the lake
would be reduced by containing runoff on
                                                   dents to support the adoption of zoning in the
                                                   November referendum for the sake of                         Packing on the fundraising pounds
site. If zoning is adopted, Eastford would be      Eastford’s lakes.
the first town in eastern Connecticut to             With the adoption of zoning and the volun-         To the Editor:                                   enough. I don’t need any more pies, cakes can-
address this nationally recognized, leading        tary implementation of Low Impact                    I am totally overwhelmed this school year        dles or pasta. Whatever happened to the good
cause of water pollution.                          Development techniques, my grandchildren,          with the amount of fundraising that is being       old $1 candy bars? Are these kids going to
   Two additional features of zoning would         or great grandchildren may be able to dangle       pushed on the students, not to mention the         school to receive an education or are they
likely improve the quality of the lake water       worms in front of a large bass that they see       parents of the students, and also prospective      learning the art of solicitation? Seems like
in Crystal Pond over the years. Voluntary          on the bottom of Crystal Pond in the same          customers.                                         every day there is another child at the door
implementation by all lake residents of Low        spot I fished nearly 60 years ago. That may be       I am all for extracurricular activities for      selling something so they can go to Disney
Impact Development techniques, presented           wishful thinking, but I am confident that the      the kids and I commend them for going door         World! I even received two e-mails from a cer-
in the Design Guidelines of the regulations,       adoption of zoning will lead to improved lake      to door and sending out e-mails to sell their      tain school fundraiser which contained no
would reduce additional existing stormwater        water quality in Eastford’s lakes.                 goods. However, I believe they could come up       information as to what the fundraiser was
flow into the lake that would not be regulated.                                                       with things a little less expensive and a little   for! Really! Oops! Make that $197 spent to date!
Requiring a 40-foot lake yard setback would                                           GUY GRUBE       more useful in a normal household.                 I just got hit up to buy a “Big Boss” pizza! I’m
reinforce wetlands regulations by restricting                                          EASTFORD         To date, I have spent $178 on such nonsense      going to go out and fundraise for myself to
all activity in the setback except docks, water-                                                      as pies, cheesecakes, cinnamon rolls, pasta,       help defray the cost of Weight Watchers...
front retaining walls, lawns, and screen hous-                                                        candles and magazines, etc. Hmm, and we
                                                                                                      wonder why so many kids are overweight?                                       PATTI MATHEWSON
                                                                                                        I am on a fixed income and though I want to                                       WOODSTOCK
                                                                                                      help the kids achieve their goals, enough is
        Rauh: Schad for Board of Education
  To the Editor:                                   Richard was out front at the Academy in
  I have been involved for the last 20 years       making sure the special education billing was                Hamby, Wishart for Pomfret ZBA
with education in Pomfret, serving both the        fair to both the town and the school. This is a
Pomfret Board of Education and as a Trustee        thankless job and the board spends numerous          To the Editor:                                   legislative and regulatory experience to a
at Woodstock Academy which encompasses
                      ,                            hours a month working on your behalf. As             Sarah Hamby and Ray Wishart will bring a         panel that lately seems to see its role as ‘uber’
our educational system.                            Herbert Hoover stated “our children are our        voice for common sense and compassion to           zoning enforcement agent rather than com-
  We have been very fortunate to have some-        most valuable resource.” Let’s make sure our       the Pomfret Zoning Board of Appeals.               mon sense relief. Please vote for Ray Wishart
one as good as Richard Schad willing to            best people are solving our educational              When correct application of our zoning           and Sarah Hamby to return our ZBA to its
donate his time and talents to make the            opportunities — join me in voting on Nov. 8        regulations results in an unreasonable hard-       original purpose.
Pomfret board the envy of the surrounding          for Richard Schad.                                 ship (think new shed accidentally 10’ into the
towns. The board under his leadership has                                                             side yard set-back) our ZBA can provide a                                   MARCEL MORISSETTE
tackled the many of the difficult financial                                        JOHN RAUH          compassionate exemption to avoid tearing                                             POMFRET
challenges, such as special education.                                         POMFRET CENTER         down the building.
                                                                                                        Sarah and Ray provide a combination of


        Davis, Dlugosz for Woodstock BOE                                                                   Good government doesn’t just happen
  To the Editor:                                      Cliff Davis has been a life-long zealot of        To the Editor:                                   all benefited from the long range planning
  As an outgoing member of the Woodstock           public school education. Anyone who meets            Pomfret is good government at its best.          and foresight that was responsible for the
Board of Education, I write to encourage all       Cliff is immediately struck by his energy and        I hope you will agree and express your           preparation of the town shelter. Leadership
Woodstock voters to vote for Cliff Davis and                 .
                                                   curiosity All of his children were educated in                                            ,
                                                                                                      agreement with your vote on Tuesday Nov. 8.        in Pomfret anticipated a need and filled it.
John Dlugosz for the Board of Education.           public schools and, while they are now               Tropical Storm Irene was a good emer-            Citizens in Pomfret saw a need and came
  Both of these individuals will work hard to      grown, Cliff continues to be involved in pub-      gency response exercise for communities in         together to help one another.
ensure that Woodstock’s public schools con-        lic education. For the past three years, Cliff     northeastern Connecticut. We had an oppor-           Good government doesn’t just happen. It
tinue to improve and to successfully educate       has voluntarily taught a class on communica-       tunity to test our resources, back-up systems      takes good people with a sense of commit-
our children for the 21st century .                tion skills at Woodstock Academy Cliff ’s
                                                                                         .            and emergency management skills. Pomfret                                   .
                                                                                                                                                         ment and responsibility I hope you will vote
  John Dulogsz has already demonstrated            experience in large corporations and in start-     was very fortunate to have a recently renovat-     to maintain the good government we have in
the powerful impact he can have on the             ing his own successful business provides           ed Senior Center with a recently installed         Pomfret.
Woodstock schools. It was his brainstorming        important real life lessons for his students.      generator and the added benefit of a commu-
and enthusiasm that got the After School           During these difficult and challenging eco-        nity of citizens who felt compelled to run the                             MAUREEN NICHOLSON
Spanish Club started at WES this year. Faced       nomic times, the funding sources at the            center and make sure fellow towns people                                   SELECTMAN, POMFRET
with the reality of a budget with no money         national, state and local level for the            were taken care of during a time of need. We
for in-school foreign language instruction, he     Woodstock public schools are in jeopardy      .
helped create a unique after school program        Cliff ’s talents for tackling and creatively
that combines the power of community mem-          resolving problems as a businessman will
bers, private grant money a local daycare and
                           ,
the public schools to start kids on the road to
                                                   make him a valuable member of the
                                                   Woodstock Board of Education.
                                                                                                                         SUBMITTING LETTERS
foreign language fluency in elementary                Make your voice heard for the future of           Extra! Extra! Read All About It!
school. John’s work at Trinity College in          Woodstock’s education. Vote Cliff Davis and          We think you’re important enough to tell all our readers to turn to the Opinion pages and
Hartford and his previous involvement with         John Dlugosz for the Woodstock Board of            read your Letters to the Editor.
St. Mary’s school, give him a solid back-          Education on Nov. 8.                                                                            .O.
                                                                                                        Mail your letters to Villager Newspapers P Box 196, Woodstock, CT 06281. Or e-mail your
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on community cohesion. And to top it off,                         KIRSTEN PAQUETTE RIGNEY               Please give your name, place of residence and a phone number so we can verify the letter is
John is a down-to-earth guy with a thoughtful                WOODSTOCK BOARD OF EDUCATION             yours.
approach to problem solving. He would be an                               MEMBER (2005-11)              Remember, libelous remarks, insults and/or personal attacks are a no-no and could lead to
excellent member of the Woodstock Board of                                                            your letter not being published. So, what are you waiting for? Start writing!
Education.
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                                                                                   OPINION
                                                                        LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    Paul: Brazeal, Gordon for Woodstock PZC                                                                             Huoppi: Nicholson for selectman
                                                                                                            To the Editor:                                       scientious and will continue Pomfret on the
  To the Editor:                                       older members. Earl Brazeal will bring addi-         I have known Maureen Nicholson for                   course of economic stability with long range
  To the Woodstock Community — In this                 tional energy and diversity of thought to the      almost 20 years and served with her on the             planning that has brought us successfully
Nov. 8 election, Woodstock voters only get             commission.                                        Board of Finance.                                      through this economic downturn. She has
choices on the Board of Education, the                   Jeff Gordon has served on PZC for four             She was elected chair of the board and               served Pomfret well over the years and is an
Planning and Zoning Commission, and the                years and has capably chaired the commis-          served for four years before being elected to          asset to our town, Board of Selectman, and
Board of Assessment Appeals. All other open            sion for the past three of these. He brings a      the Board of Selectmen. The past two years             community as a whole.
seats are uncontested.                                 high degree of professionalism and civility        she has served the town as a selectman.                  Please join me in supporting Maureen for a
  Where you have a choice, please take the             to the commission and to its deliberations.          Maureen’s experience has given her a                 second term on the Board of Selectmen and
time to learn about the candidates.                    He ensures that the commission’s discus-           broad and detailed grasp of our town govern-           the entire Rivers–Nicholson team. Pomfret
  I am actively supporting PZC candidates              sions are respectfully grounded in the regula-     ment. She understands the budget and has               will be in good hands.
Earl Brazeal and Jeff Gordon. Earl brings a            tions, reflect broad input and perspectives,       the fiscal knowledge, integrity and good judg-
deep commitment to thoughtful long range               and bear in mind overarching objectives for        ment necessary to balance education and                                              MARGIE HUOPPI
planning for Woodstock’s growth and devel-             our town. Jeff is comfortable with the techni-     social service needs against the inevitable                                POMFRET BOARD OF FINANCE
opment. He has been active for several years           cal aspects and complex land use and regula-       budget constraints. Maureen is diligent, con-
behind the scenes by diligently researching            tory considerations often at issue in PZC. Jeff
and respectfully advocating for regulations            strongly believes that better decisions result
that will help ensure that Woodstock’s his-            when all parties have a voice, and I have                     White: Brazeal for Woodstock PZC
toric and rural character can be maintained            always admired his efforts to be fair while
in the face of development. I know him to be           balancing the tension between sometimes               To the Editor:                                     demonstrates his commitment to Woodstock
thorough and fair. Of the six candidates run-          competing interests. Our PZC should retain            Earl Brazeal is an excellent candidate for a       by his volunteer involvement in many town-
ning for five seats on PZC, Earl is the only           his experience and leadership.                     position on the Woodstock Planning and                initiated meetings and focus and discussion
new candidate. It is vitally important to bring          Woodstock will benefit from the addition of      Zoning Commission.                                    groups that seek community input including
new ideas and fresh perspectives in order to           Earl Brazeal and the re-election of Jeff              He will bring the skills he honed during 20        the POCD update meetings. Mr. Brazeal’s
have an effective board. New membership                Gordon to the PZC.                                 years as a research and development engi-             abilities to analyze, problem solve, think cre-
can ensure that entrenched processes,                                                                     neer to the job. Mr. Brazeal has most recently               ,
                                                                                                                                                                atively and keep larger goals and objectives
approaches and interests are challenged                                                 LINDSAY B. PAUL   demonstrated these skills when he con-                in mind are essential qualities for members
from time to time, even as institutional mem-                                               WOODSTOCK     tributed an alternative set of measurable             of this Commission as it works to sustain into
ory and expertise are retained through the                                                                lighting regulations that support the Last            the future what we value in Woodstock while
                                                                                                          Green Valley’s national designation (and              answering the needs of our residents.
                                                                                                          align with the Dark Sky Assoc. and the
           Hamby up for spot on Pomfret ZBA                                                               Illumination Engineering Soc. of North
                                                                                                          America’s Model Lighting Ordinance) to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                             GAIL WHITE
                                                                                                                                                                                                             WOODSTOCK
                                                                                                          PZC Regulatory Review Subcommittee. He
   To the Editor:                                      Putnam (Daily Bread) and a community vol-
   My name is Sarah Hamby and I am run-                unteer spending hours assisting with the con-
ning for Zoning Board of Appeals in the Town
of Pomfret.
                                                       struction of the Thompson Ecumenical
                                                       Empowerment Group’s new facility I have a
                                                                                           .
                                                                                                                      Lacasse: Properly care for your cats
   After several years of reporting on commu-          teenage daughter currently enrolled at
nity and political events in the Quiet Corner,         Woodstock Academy    .                               To the Editor:                                      the road this year alone. It is not only cruel to
I developed a keen interest in local govern-             It is because of my daughter and my                To the people who adopt cats as pets — do           neglect these beautiful animals — it is also
ment and began to seek out ways to improve             involvement in our community that I seek a         not leave or let your cat outside.                    criminal. If you cannot properly care for
and preserve our rural way of life. Over the           position on the Zoning Board of Appeals. I           They are not wild animals that can take             them, then don’t adopt them. They are not
past year I have managed a state representa-           hope to offer a compassionate, fair presence       care of themselves. They are domesticated             toys for your children or throw away pets.
tive campaign and served as an assistant               to the board, and to bring a new voice to vari-    animals that need to be fed and cared for by          Have some decency if you adopt these ani-
clerk for the General Assembly’s Education             ance regulation in Pomfret.                        their human owners. You do not leave out              mals and keep them indoors and properly
Committee. Currently I work part-time in                 I hope that I can count on your support at       your hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, birds,           care for them or let someone else adopt them
Hartford,     assisting     with    the   2011                              ,
                                                       the polls on Tuesday Nov. 8.                       horses, dogs or any other animal.                     who will care enough to give them a loving
Redistricting Project.                                                                                      When you put cats outside on their own              and long and happy life.
   Locally, I am an active member of                                                       SARAH HAMBY    they become the victims of coyotes and other
American Legion Post 13, communications                                                                   wild animals. They also will be hit by cars. I                                            PATRICIA LACASSE
                                                                                               POMFRET
coordinator for Interfaith Human Services of                                                              have seen about 20 cats and kittens dead in                                                    WOODSTOCK

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McKinley helps teach Tigers, despite tough season
        BY BENJAMIN R. KIPP             Spinelli. “She’s done a great job of      Spinelli.                                  gressed,” said Mckinley. “She             up to us. It’s not just trying to go for
        SPORTS CORRESPONDENT
                                        trying to keep a core group of soph-        “I always select two kids to come        [coach] never [had] captains before,      a loose ball on the field, it’s about
  THOMPSON — Tourtellotte head          omores positive and she’s played at a     out at the middle of the field, but                                   .
                                                                                                                             we take our role seriously We need        showing your teammates that you
girls’ soccer coach Deb Spinelli        high level when she’s in there.”          since Liz and Ally were the only two       to get the team ready for games and       care. Even though we haven’t been
knew before the season started that       Although Mckinley plays a defen-        with significant experience I just         keep them focused.”                       winning it’s been great, it’s been like
wins may be tough to come by To  .      sive position, she leads the team in      kept calling on them and that to me          The season has been hard because        a family this year.”
date the Lady Tigers are 1-9-1, and     goals with four.                          meant they are the captains,” said         of last year’s results. Making it to         Spinelli feels Mckinley has
senior co-captain Liz Mckinley is         “She has an unbelievable foot and       Spinelli. “They’ve actually devel-         the semifinals of the Class S tourna-     remained positive about the season
doing what she can to make her last     she takes all my corner kicks and         oped a strong leadership role with         ment to winning only one game this        and her role on the team.
season a positive memory  .             she takes all my penalty kicks and        the team and it’s actually worked          season, Mckinley is responsible for          “Her attitude this year, she really
  “She’s one of the more skilled        she’s scored on penalty kicks,” said      out.”                                      keeping the team focused. When the        wanted to be goalie because she
players on the team,” said Spinelli.    Spinelli. “She’s directed the ball          Mckinley takes her captaincy seri-       Lady Tigers were mathematically           played that position in the past,”
“Right now she’s playing a right        right into the net and she’s even         ously and feels the team has played        eliminated from the state tourna-         said Spinelli. “I asked someone else
back position, when she wanted to       knocked a couple off the posts.”          better than what their record shows.       ment, the goal of playing hard still is   to play goalie so she could play in the
play goalie her senior year.”             Spinelli typically doesn’t name         She was also surprised to be named         on the forefront of the team.             backfield. Even though it’s not
  Spinelli was in an odd predica-       captains, but with only two seniors       a captain this year.                         “I don’t think you need to have a       where she wants to play, she’s
ment. Did she want to take one of       on the team this season Mckinley            “We haven’t won, but we’ve gotten        winning season to be a role model,”       stepped up to the challenge.”
her better players off the field and    was an easy selection along with          a lot better as the season pro-                           .
                                                                                                                             said Mckinley “The girls still look
put her in goal or play Mckinley in     teammate Ally Popiak. Mckinley
the field? Her choice was easy.         and Popiak are the “self appointed
  “I needed her in the field,” said     mothers” of the team, according to
                                                                                          Hull inherits Clippers, who
      Reen unexpected                                                                   continue to play good volleyball
     World Series Whelen                                                                             BY BENJAMIN R. KIPP
                                                                                                     SPORTS CORRESPONDENT

                                                                                  PUTNAM — Former Putnam volleyball player
                                                                                                                                                 season long.
                                                                                                                                                   “She’s got the greatest attitude and she’s not the great-
                                                                                                                                                                                     ,”
                                                                                                                                                 est athlete, but she wants to play said Hull. “She’s not
                                                                                Michelle Gamari was named the interim head girls’ vol-           afraid to tell you that either. She wants in and she does

     Modified Tour winner                                                       leyball coach at the school while current head coach Curt
                                                                                Hull was limited in his coaching responsibilities due to
                                                                                medical issues. For the first few games Gamari guided
                                                                                                                                                 come in to serve once in a while and she’s consistent.
                                                                                                                                                 She’s super enthusiastic and she’s ready for a challenge.”
                                                                                                                                                   Shippee has been playing a different position that is
                                                                                the Lady Clippers to a 2-1 record before Hull was able to        out of the norm for her, but it’s for the betterment of the
    THOMPSON —                                                                  return to the sidelines permanently Since then Putnam
                                                                                                                       .                         team.
 The 38th annual                                                                has evened its record out to 5-5, but progress has been            “She’s never set before, but she’s coming in now and is
 World Series of                                                                made.                                                            the varsity setter and learning how to do it,” said Hull. “I
 Speedway Racing                                                                  “I came back and we went from nine girls up to 13 girls        knew she was strong and I knew she would be a major
 culminated         on                                                          and things started rolling,” said Hull. “We’ve got a junior      player on the team.”
         ,
 Sunday Oct. 16 with                                                            varsity team now.”                                                 Valentina Zaytseva filled up the stat book recently in a
 five feature events.                                                             Hull is confident that the girls are more than capable of      game against Wheeler, as she finished with eight kills,
 The        headlining                                                          playing well.                                                    four aces and one block, which is very typical to her
 Whelen       Modified                                                            “All the girls can pass well,” he said. “Kaylee Shippee        always consistent performance.
 Tour ended their                                                               can set well, and when the hitters hit they hit well. When         “She’s a really good player and she knows it,” said
 season in dramatic                                                             things are going well they go really well. If they can be a      Hull. “I think she gets frustrated with the team when
 fashion with Glenn                                                             team and play as a team, they do well.”                          things don’t go well and she’s soft spoken to the point
 Reen of Wilbraham,                                                               On the flip side, when the team doesn’t play well for          where she doesn’t really say much. She was by far the
 Mass., scoring a                                                               whatever reason they really struggle.                            most dominant player on the court.”
 career-first. Chris                                                              “At times we’ve played a team and taken them to five             Fellow senior Viktoriya Miranova has also played at a
 Perley of Rowley,                                                              games after winning two of the first three and we lose the       high level. Miranova can and will hit from anywhere on
 Mass., turned in a                                                             next two games,” said Hull. “Maybe some of it has to do          the court.
 dominating       per-                                                          with me not being able to be there as much as I wanted to          “She knows the game and she understands it and she
 formance in the                                                                at the beginning of the season.”                                 holds her own,” said Hull. “Both Valentina and Viktoriya
 International Super                                                              There hasn’t been a surprise on this year’s team, but          are cornerstones of a team and it shows during a game.”
 Modifed Association                                                            freshman Madison Brennan has been a bright spot all
 (ISMA) 50-lapper to
 score the victory.
 Russ
 Lakeville,
           Stoehr


 the Northeastern
                     of
                Mass.,
 scored top honors in
                                                                                 Shippee excels on the court at Killingly
 Midget Association                                                                       BY BENJAMIN R. KIPP               for us,” said Vogt. “We knew were          tive and she never quits during the
                                                                                         SPORTS CORRESPONDENT
 (NEMA) ranks.                                                                                                              going to rely on her quite a bit and       matches, and I think that part of it is
    In       NASCAR                                                               KILLINGLY — Midway through                carry us.”                                 the biggest influence on the younger
 Whelen            All-                                   Scott Nickel photo    her sophomore season, McKenna                 One of Shippee’s goals before the        kids. She’s really passionate about
 American       Series Glenn Reen of Wilbraham, Mass., won the headlining       Shippee earned a starting position for      season started was to finish on a high     it.”
 action, Ryan Preece Whelen Modifiied Tour race, part of the 38th annual        the Killingly girls’ volleyball team.       note.                                         Vogt has appreciated Shippee for
 of Berlin outlasted World Series of Speedway Racing at Thompson.               Since then Shippee, now a senior, has-        “I’m breaking a couple of records        her dedication to the game.
 the field in a rough-                                                          n’t been just a typical girls’ volleyball   and so far the season is going pretty         “She’s really committed herself
 and-tumble Sunoco Modified feature. Derek Ramstrom of Worcester,               player. She’s been much more.               well,” she said.                           and has a true love of the game,” he
 Mass., scored his sixth Super Late Model race to cap off the 2011 sea-           “Last year she was named as a first         Shippee didn’t get this good by acci-    said. “She’s really committed to the
 son at Thompson. Corey Hutchings of Salem survived the Late Model              team      All-Eastern      Connecticut      dent. During winters and off-seasons       sport. We’ve got girls who come out
 main event to score the win.                                                   Conference (ECC) selection and this         she has been playing club volleyball                ,
                                                                                                                                                                       and play but she wants to be here.”
                                                                                year she’s looking to do the same,”         for    the    Eastern      Connecticut        As a captain Shippee is a leader
                                                                                said Killingly head coach Dan Vogt.         Volleyball Club, which has more than       both on and off the court. It’s a role
                                                                                “She’s also leading our team in many        helped to elevate her game.                she wanted and it’s a role she takes
                                                                                different statistical categories.”            “It helped me get more experience,       full advantage of.
                         SPORTS BRIEFS                                            Seventy-two kills, 100 service            plus the level of play is good, I joined      “She’s the first one at practice and
                                                                                points, 39 aces, 75 digs, and 26 blocks     the club my freshman year,” she said.      the last one to leave, she’s helping the
                                                                                                                            “I love the competition and I love the     younger girls and she’s the most ded-
Turkey Trot cancelled by Thompson Trails                                        are all tops on the team. Shippee is
                                                                                also among the top individuals in the       sport.”                                    icated player on the team,” said Vogt.
                                                                                ECC in most offensive categories.             Shippee — a co-captain along with        “She’s done a nice job in those areas,
  THOMPSON — The Thompson Trails Committee will not be holding                  When Shippee is done with her vol-          Danielle Hewitt — is using positive        she’s gotten the respect of her team-
the 2011 5K Turkey Trot and Turkey Wobble scheduled for Nov. 13 at the          leyball career, she’ll more than likely     influence to rub off on what is a large    mates.
West Thompson Lake, due to some circumstances out of their control.             hold numerous Killingly records that        sophomore class.                              Shippee plans on playing volleyball
  It was quite evident from the increasing number of participants that it       will be hard to break. During her             “It’s tough to tell, but I know she’s    in college and will be the third athlete
was an event that both runners and walkers really enjoyed; therefore this       freshman season, Shippee took hold          been one of the most dedicated play-       in the brief history of the program to
                                                        ,
event will return in 2012. Mark you calendars for Sunday Nov. 11, 2012.         of the record for serving percentage.       ers when it comes to off-season work-      play at Newbury College in
  The mission of the Thompson Trails Committee is to build, maintain              “We knew we were going to need a          outs that this program has ever            Brookline, Mass., where she will
and promote the use of public trails in Thompson, and to connect                lot from her and she’s come through         seen,” said Vogt. “She’s very competi-     major in accounting.
Thompson Trails to neighboring communities. The Turkey Trot road
race is a fundraiser to support these goals.

September Graduation at Quest Martial Arts
  Tiger: Cheyenne Widdall, Luke Surprenant
                                                                                      Hicok helps Lady Centaurs with
  Blue Tiger: Emma Rainville
  Green Dragon: Gabe Torrente, Zachary Rainville
  Red Dragon: Nicholas Boligan
  American Dragon: Isabel Alvarez
                                                                                       valuable volleyball experience
  Child Orange: Linsey Arends, Dale Pendergast, Blake Shippee, Lydia                                BY BENJAMIN R. KIPP                          Hicok has a 95 percent serving percentage to go along
Smith, Connor Taylor                                                                                SPORTS CORRESPONDENT
                                                                                                                                                 with 39 kills, 103 digs, and a team leading 30 aces.
                                          ,
  Child Blue: Tyler Grenon, Watts H-W Madison Hopkins, Zachary                   WOODSTOCK — When Kate Hicok moved her with her                    “Composure, experience and the consistency factor is
Willard                                                                        family she was hesitant about playing volleyball her sen-
                                                                                       ,                                                         huge,” said Bottone. “We’ve got some strong girls and
  Child Blue-Green: Chris Martineau                                            ior year. But the Minnesota native, who spent the past six        she’s one of those girls and she never seems to get flus-
  Green-White: Hayley Kuhn                                                     years playing the sport, didn’t want to give it up that easy.     tered. I don’t worry about her. If she does make a bad play ,
  Green: Thomas Wright                                                           “I really didn’t know what to expect,” said Hicok. “Once        she never hangs her head and dwells on it, but goes right
  Green-Red: Ian Rickaby                                                       I went to the first practice the girls were really nice and       back after it. She would have higher numbers if she
  Red-White: Aleya Wesler                                                      everyone was really welcoming so I decided to stay with           played a different position.”
  Adult Orange: Mason Lafleur, Julie Therrien, Zacharias Tarante, Chris        the team. I was happy I did because I really like the team.”        Bottone also feels that Hicok is a perfect piece to an
Dylewicz, Jeremy Bourgeois.                                                      Hicok started playing volleyball in sixth grade, while          already finely tuned puzzle.
  Adult 2 Stripe Blue: Greg Bojarski, Gerald LaMontagne, Stacey                most girls who play at Woodstock start as freshmen with             “To have her come has been a huge blessing,” he said.
Pazienza, Nick Rauh                                                            no varsity experience, which gave her a leg-up on most            “To come to a team this talented made things smoother,
  Adult Green 3 Stripe: Lance Bojarski, Brain Kemp                             players in New England. Woodstock Academy head vol-               better and made the team even more well rounded, so it’s
  Apprentice: Maya Fraga, Nora Guszkowski                                      leyball coach Adam Bottone could see something differ-            been awesome having her.”
                                                                               ent about her right away  .                                         Hicok has always played volleyball and soccer, but
                                                                                 “Once I saw her playing I knew she was going to be a            because both sports are played in the fall she had to make
  PAWS Cat of the Week                                                         good fit for the team,” he said. “There was a huge differ-        a choice.
                                                                               ence, you could tell she has a really good understanding of         “I just love the game and it’s pretty big back in
    Paisley is a very beautiful small                                          the game.”                                                        Minnesota and a lot of my friends have played and I’ve
  cat that is approximately 2 to 3 years                                         Hicok is playing as a weak-side opposite hitter and is          met a lot of friends in volleyball,” said Hicok. “I even
  of age. She is very friendly and has                                         the team’s secondary setter.                                      played Junior Olympics volleyball, which is like club vol-
  been spayed. She has also been vac-                                            “She’s got really good hands, and she can hit extremely         leyball out here.”
  cinated. Paisley loves affection and                                         well from anywhere on the court,” said Bottone. “When               The Lady Centaurs are currently 13-1, and Hicok is a
  would be such a wonderful compan-                                            she’s in the back row she’s as good as a defender as any-         big reason why  .
  ion who will warm your heart. She                                            body .”                                                             “I feel it was a surprise, I didn’t know the level of play
  would love to be part of your family .                                         The nature of her natural position as an outside hitter         here, and it was a good surprise,” she said. “I think I’m
    Please consider adopting Paisley and call the PAWS number: (860)           limits Hicok’s ability to be the No. 1 option offensively As
                                                                                                                                        .        doing well and the team is doing good. I really had noth-
  480-1104 or (860) 928-0544. The cat shelter is located at Windy Acres        an outside, weak-side hitter, Bottone isn’t concerned with        ing to lose by coming out for the team.”
  Florist in Woodstock. The cats are for adoption by the rescue group          huge numbers, but what he likes is when Hicok has the               Hicok is thinking about playing volleyball at the next
  PAWS.                                                                        opportunity to make the play she ultimately finishes it.
                                                                                                               ,                                 level, but is currently unsure of where she will attend.
THOMPSON VILLAGER                             Friday, October 21, 2011   • A13




                    SPORTS
   Senior centers clash on the Wii battlefield




                                                                Courtesy photos


                                       THOMPSON/POMFRET — The
                                     Wii Bowling season is now in the
                                     books between the Thompson and
                                     Pomfret senior centers. Earlier this
                                     month, the teams traveled back
                                     and forth each Monday to chal-
                                     lenge and trash talk while trying to
                                     bowl. Thompson won the season 11-
                                     4. Now that the season is over open
                                     play will resume at the local level,
                                     still on Mondays. Thompson is
                                     open to the public, and Pomfret
                                     welcomes Pomfret residents. The
                                     Pomfret coordinator is John
                                     Carter, while in Thompson, the
                                     coordinator is Jim Rice Jr. The tro-
                                     phies for high single scores went to
                                                     ,
                                     Garnald Hewey of Thompson, and
                                     Donna Olsen, of Pomfret.
A14 •      Friday, October 21, 2011                                                                                                                                                                                       THOMPSON VILLAGER



  Art festival draws thousands from throughout region




Jayden Fuller, 4, of Thompson, Conn., isn’t the least                 Karyn King of South Newfane, Vt., showcases her farm ani-
bit bothered by the witch in the vicinity.                            mal art.                                                                                                                                                Terri Viani photos
                                                                                                                                                           Roseland Cottage buzzes with activity at the art festival.

                                                                                                                                          WOODSTOCK – On Saturday and                    and it’s my most favorite festival,” said
                                                                                                                                        Sunday, Oct. 15 and 16, Historic New             Ducat. “It’s a beautiful time of year and has
                                                                                                                                        England presented the 29th Annual Fine           a great crowd.”
                                                                                                                                        Arts and Crafts Festival at Roseland               Roseland Cottage was built in 1846 by
                                                                                                                                        Cottage. According to Festival Manager           Woodstock-born business man Henry
                                                                                                                                        Margaret LaForest nearly 180 artists             Chandler Bowen, who wanted a summer
                                                                                                                                        attended the event, showcasing their crafts      country retreat for his growing New York
                                                                                                                                        to more than 8,000 visitors. Local artist              .
                                                                                                                                                                                         family The house passed through the fami-
                                                                                                                                        Mary Ducat of Putnam’s Nutmeg Creations          ly until 1970 when it was purchased by
                                                                                                                                        Putnam was among those artists.                  Historic New England and converted into a
                                                                                                                                          “I’ve been doing this show for 18 years        museum.




Roseland Cottage Lead Guide Lori Masciandaro, of Willington,                       Sophia Grassi, 3, of Woodstock, takes a
Conn., and Education Program Director Gail White, of Woodstock,                    moment to reflect.
take a break from their festival duties to smile for the camera.




                                                                                                            Neighbors
                                                                                    Mary Dukat, owner of Putnam’s Nutmeg
Local artist and pottery teacher Dot Burnworth, owner of Stone                      Creations and her daughter, Beth Hubbert, of                       Ethan Omiecinski, 3, of Woodstock, hangs out on dad’s shoulder.
Soup Pottery, Putnam, Conn.                                                         Montville, Conn., weaving baskets.




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                                            EDUCATION NOTEBOOK
                                          A. Hertzfeld: Pat Hertzfeld has been a                                               the island a natural laboratory for        scholarship awards are based on
Nichols College                           member of the Nichols community           University of Evansville                   studying island biogeography The .         merit and, in many cases, unmet
                                          since 1979, serving the College in a                                                 students were accompanied by               financial need. The competitive schol-
                                          multitude of ways. Currently she is
                                                                          ,         EVANSVILLE, Ind. — According to a          Biology Professors Charles Booth and       arship process is coordinated by the
                                          the associate vice president for          recent U.S. Census Bureau report,          Ross Konig and Assistant Biology           Office of Institutional Advancement.
                                          finance and controller, a position that   approximately one in six Americans         Professor Joshua Idjadi.
                                          has her responsible for business office                    ,
                                                                                    live in poverty and Indiana’s poverty      The marine studies focused on coral        WILLIMANTIC — More than 1,300
                                          functions of student accounts receiv-     rate is higher than the national aver-     reef, sea grass bed, mangrove, beach       students, including first-time fresh-
                                          able, accounts payable, payroll, cash     age. Furthermore, on any given night,      and rocky shore communities. The           men and transfer students, enrolled
                                          receipts, general ledger, purchasing,     around 500 people in Evansville,           students studied everything from ter-      for the first time this fall at Eastern
                                          and assisting with budget planning        Indiana, are homeless — living in          restrial plants to important animals       Connecticut       State     University .
                                          and cash management. Hertzfeld also       shelters, transitional housing facili-     in the patch and barrier reefs, learn-                         ,
                                                                                                                                                                          Christopher Dorsey acting director of
                                          is the lead point person for the annual   ties, cars, or tents.                      ing different water conservation tech-     admissions at Eastern Connecticut
           Patricia Hertzfeld             independent college financial audit.      To raise awareness of homelessness         niques that plants use; adaptations of                      ,
                                                                                                                                                                          State University notes that Eastern
                                          Outside of the business office, she is    and its impact in Evansville, the          different animals to harsh environ-        freshmen come from 164 of
                                          advisor to the SGA Investment Club        United States, and the world, Darren       ments; and the importance of healthy       Connecticut’s 169 towns, from 24 other
DUDLEY        —     Nichols    College    and treasurer of the Faculty              Mable of Pomfret recently participat-      corals in the ocean’s vast ecosystem.      states and from 48 other countries.
Incoming President Susan West             Association.                              ed in Box City at the University of        Major activities included snorkeling       Local students who are attending
Engelkemeyer presented four alumni        Prior to assuming her role as associ-     Evansville. Mable is majoring in           in two different coves and studying        Eastern include:
awards and inducted five into the                ,
                                          ate VP she’s done many things across      Psychology   .                             corals; swimming out to and hiking         Devin Bergin, of Brooklyn
Athletic Hall of Fame at the annual       campus, most notably being an assis-                                   ,
                                                                                    On the evening of Monday Oct. 3            on a local cay; and climbing down into                    ,
                                                                                                                                                                          Hunter Kelley of Brooklyn
Alumni Awards Dinner held in              tant and associate professor, when she    (World Habitat Day), approximately         caves to get a better view of how the      Wade Manuilow, of Brooklyn
Daniels Auditorium on Sept. 30.           taught courses in financial account-      135 UE students built box shelters, lis-   island was formed. Each evening, stu-      Chelsea Dauphinais, of Brooklyn
The dinner kicked off Nichols             ing, managerial accounting, taxation,     tened to community speakers share          dents attended a lecture where they        Amanda Schena, of Brooklyn
Homecoming                                finance, and computer science.            personal stories of homelessness, and      discussed and identified all the organ-    Avery Schena, of Brooklyn
Weekend.                                  Hertzfeld has also served on numer-       learned how local nonprofit organiza-                                     ,
                                                                                                                               isms they discovered that day updat-       Alexis Roberts, of Brooklyn
Ken       Thompson                        ous committees such as Rank and           tions such as Habitat for Humanity         ed their daily observations and            Mary Mansigian, of Brooklyn
Alumni        Service                     Appointments,             Admissions,     are addressing the issue. Students         shared their transect datum.               Rebecca Coolidge, of Danielson
Award — Raymond                           Academic Policy, and Academic             then had the option of spending the        A highlight of the trip was night snor-    Patrick Lynch, of Danielson
 .
P Faucher (’56): Ray                      Review. She also chaired the Faculty      night in their shelters.                   keling, when nocturnal sea creatures       Evan Meshberg, of Danielson
Faucher’s commit-                         Senate and Curriculum Committee.                                                     such as reef squid and octopi were         Alyssa McLaughlin, of Dayville
ment and dedication                       Hertzfeld resides in Putnam, Conn.        University of Connecticut                  encountered. Prior to their time in the    Jackie Menard, of Woodstock
to Nichols College is      Raymond                                     ,
                                          She has a daughter, Mary and son,                                                    Bahamas, the Eastern students had          Melanie Nicholson, of Woodstock
undisputed. He was          Faucher       Elon, and four grandchildren.             STORRS — The University of                 enrolled in the one-credit course,         Shea Ogle, of Woodstock
a member of the                                                                     Connecticut School of Nursing is                                    ,
                                                                                                                               Oceanic Island Ecology to introduce        Casey Vinton, of Woodstock
Alumni Board of Directors for many        Killingly Public Library                  pleased to recognize Taylor Hill as        them to the concepts needed for mak-
years, and has routinely served as a
reunion volunteer for the Class of
                                                                                    recipient of the Nursing Scholars
                                                                                    Scholarship.
                                                                                                                               ing critical observations on San           Zonta Club of Quinebaug
                                          KILLINGLY —           Free     Computer                                              Salvador.
1956. His late brother “Skip” ’50 and
son Peter ’81 also attended Nichols. In
                                          Classes for Adults at Killingly Public    Taylor is the daughter of Jeff Hill of
                                                                                    Danielson, and Jill Hill of Dayville.
                                                                                                                               Eastern students and faculty have vis-
                                                                                                                               ited the Caribbean since 1967 to study
                                                                                                                                                                          Valley Accepting
                                          Library .
2004, Faucher endowed the Faucher
Family Scholarship, which was estab-
                                          Want to learn about computers?
                                          Search the Internet? Use word pro-
                                                                                    She is involved in the National
                                                                                    Society of Leadership and Success.
                                                                                                                               tropical and marine biology in hands-
                                                                                                                               on settings. In addition to the
                                                                                                                                                                          Applications
lished to help a deserving and moti-      cessing software? Killingly Public        She is expecting to earn a bachelor’s      Bahamas, students have studied in          The Zonta Club of Quinebaug Valley
vated student from his hometown of        Library offers free computer classes      degree in nursing in 2013.                 Belize, Bermuda and the Sarapiqui          is now accepting applications for the
Thompson.                                 to adults with little or no computer                                                 region of northeastern Costa Rica.
Faucher is the retired president and
chairman of the board of Superior
                                          experience. Registration is now open      Eastern Connecticut                                                                   Harriet Z. Macht Scholarship, which
                                                                                                                                                                          is awarded to a local woman currently
                                          for the following classes:                                                           WILLIMANTIC — A record 303                 enrolled in an education program
Cake, Inc., located in Sturbridge,
Mass, and has also spent time in the
                                          Nov 2, 2-4 p.m. – Computer Basics
                                              .                                     State University                           Eastern Connecticut State University       preparing to return to the workforce.
                                          Nov 9, 2-4 p.m. – Intro to Internet
                                              .                                                                                students have received ECSU                Those interested in applying should
                    .
banking industry He’s also been           Nov. 16, 2-4 p.m. - Intro to Word        WILLIMANTIC         —      Stephanie        Foundation’s competitive scholar-          submit an essay describing them-
involved with numerous civic organi-      Processing                               Liebscher (’12) of Danielson, major-        ships in the 2011-12 academic year.        selves, their circumstances and indi-
zations, including the Thompson           Dec. 7, 2-4 p.m. – Computer Basics                     ,
                                                                                   ing in Biology was one of a group of        The allotted scholarships total            cate specifically what the monetary
Zoning Board of Appeals, and              Dec. 14, 2-4 p.m. – Intro to Internet    Eastern undergraduate biology stu-          $334,000 in funds awarded through the      award of $300 would be used for. The
Thompson Fire Department.                 Dec. 21, 2-4 p.m. – Intro to Word        dents who traveled to the Gerace            ECSU Foundation’s annual scholar-          name and telephone number of the
He resides in Thompson, and has six       Processing                               Research Center on San Salvador             ship process.                                                             ,
                                                                                                                                                                          designated educational facility as well
                 ,
children, Kathy Ray Jr., Pete, Karen,     Space is limited; call 860-779-5383 to   Island, the outermost island in the         • Brittany Miskell (’13) of Woodstock      as one personal reference, should be
Susan, and Paul.                          register!                                Bahamas.                                    was one of the recipients. Miskell is      included. Applications are due by Oct.
Honorary Alumnus Award — Patricia                                                  The student attended the trip for an        majoring       in     Pre-Elementary       28, and must be sent to: Florence
                                                                                                      11-day study tour        Education and was awarded the The          Parker, Zonta Club of Quinebaug
                                                                                                      of marine and ter-       Meehan & Daughters Real Estate and                ,
                                                                                                                                                                          Valley 32 Perry Street, Putnam, CT

                                    POLICE LOG                                                        restrial environ-
                                                                                                      ments this past
                                                                                                      summer.       San
                                                                                                                               Development Endowed Scholarship.
                                                                                                                               • Calvin Underwood (’13) of
                                                                                                                               Woodstock was one of the recipients.
                                                                                                                                                                          06260.
                                                                                                                                                                          Zonta is an international organiza-
                                                                                                                                                                          tion of professionals working to
                                                                                                      Salvador’s flora         Underwood        is    majoring     in     advance the status of women. More
        Editor’s Note: The information con-             Jamie Sherwood, 34, of 8 Marshall St.,        and fauna include        Environmental Earth Science and            information on the Zonta Club of
     tained in these police logs was obtained         Thompson, was charged with criminal             both native and          was awarded the ECSU Community             Quinebaug Valley may be found at:
                                                                                                      introduced               Youth Scholarship.                         www.zontadistrict1.org/quinebaug_ct.
     through either press releases or other pub-      mischief 3rd, disorderly conduct, and
                                                                                                      species, making          The ECSU Foundation’s competitive
     lic documents kept by each police depart-        violation of protective order.
     ment, and is considered to be the account of
     police. All subjects are considered innocent
     until proven guilty in a court of law.           PUTNAM POLICE                                         Blessed John Paul II Parish
                                                      DEPARTMENT LOGS
     PUTNAM
            TROOP D POLICE LOGS
                                                                   FRIDAY, OCT. 7
                                                        Jessica Tracy, 33, of 33 Walnut St.,                BAZAAR                                                           Sunday
                                                                                                                                                                                      6
                                                                                                                                                                             ovember
                                                      Putnam, was charged with creating a
               SATURDAY, OCT. 15                      public disturbance.                                   The Bazaar will feature a variety                              N
                                                                                                                                                                               2011
       Ryan Robbins, 31, of 50 Richmond                                                                     of tables to visit such as:
     Road, Putnam, was charged with larceny             James Purdon, 73, of 88 North St.,
                                                      Putnam, was charged with evading
     3rd, larceny 4th, larceny 6th, and crimi-
                                                                                                                                                                                        pm
                                                                                                                                                                              am - 4:00
     nal trespassing.                                 responsibility                                        VILLAGE BAKE SHOP
                                                                 SATURDAY, OCT. 8                           THEME BASKETS                                                8:30
     KILLINGLY                                          Nicholas Holmes, 29, of 262 Providence              JEWELRY
                                                      St., Putnam, was charged with disorderly
                MONDAY, OCT. 17                       conduct.                                              SILENT AUCTION
       Theresa Sawyer, 49, of 28 Highview Dr.,
     Dayville, was charged with failure to
                                                                  SUNDAY, OCT. 9                            COMMUNITY RAFFLE
                                                                                                            (with approximately 200 items
     appear 2nd.                                        Travis Frink, 43, of 97 School St.,
                                                      Putnam, was charged with assault 3rd
                                                                                                            to take chances on plus
                                                                                                                                                                    Trinity Catholic
       Amy Podolski, 27, of 101 Viall Road,           and disorderly conduct.
                                                                                                            special raffles)
     Killingly, was charged with operating
     under the influence.                               Michelle Kicking, 38, or 14 Bolles St.,
                                                                                                            CRAFT TABLE
                                                                                                                                                                       Academy
                                                      Putnam, was charged with breach of

     DANIELSON
                                                      peace.                                                FOOD COURT                                              11 Pine Street
              WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12
                                                                 MONDAY, OCT. 10
                                                                                                            CASH CAB                                               Southbridge, MA
       Richard Wessell, 63, of 49 Cottage St.,
                                                        Gregory L’Homme, 33, or 9 Lamothe St.,
                                                      Putnam, was charged with failure to                   CHILDREN’S GAMES
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QVCC teacher now showing work at art gallery
                                          and water, Bernstein also states that      from traditional landscaping to off-
ARTIST                                    she has learned a great deal through       the-wall, kind of edgy sculpture
continued from page   1                   working with other contemporary            work. We want the students to see
were large and more rectangular,          artists.                                   what’s happening. It’s not just the
and then they started getting elon-         “It opens up your whole world —          painting you hang on the wall.”
gated. Then they got a little smaller,    there’s just so much to see out there        QVCC Professor of Fine Arts
too.”                                     of what artists have done in the           Program Coordinator Mark Szantyr
   However, the subject of her work       past, and you learn from them. You         agreed.
has stayed static.                        can learn so much by looking at              “We use it as an adjunct to our
   “With all the ecological catastro-     other people’s work,” she said.            academic offerings. We bring in two
phes, I want to point out something         As far as the title of her collection,   professional artists a semester, plus
that’s still beautiful and still avail-   “Impressions of Light,” Bernstein          we have a student show in the
                   ,”
able to everybody Bernstein said.         gets creative there, too.                  gallery every semester. It gives us
   To create each piece, Bernstein          “A lot of times, I pick a word that’s    another venue, another place we can
takes her time creating a reference.      kind of like a pun to me,” Bernstein       play not-so-traditionally some-
   “Everywhere I go, I document           said. “Impressions because I do            times.”
skies that I see. I’ll do sketches and    print and because of the impression          The gallery is open to both stu-
I’ll do photographs, and then I take      the sky has on me.”                        dents and the community Monday
it all home and put it in the comput-       Bernstein’s collection is just one       through Friday from 9 a.m. until 9
er. I can take different photographs      of the many that The Spirol Gallery        p.m.
and composite them. This way I can        showcases over the semesters.
get the best out of each photograph,        “We like the faculty to show their         Meghan Couture may be reached at
and I use that as my reference.”          work so the students can see what          (860) 928-1818, ext. 112, or by e-mail at
                                          they do,” said Gallery Curator             meghan@villagernewspapers.com.                                                                                Meghan Couture photo
   Inspired by Edgar Degas’s use of
color and William Turner’s skies          Audrey Mucci. “And, we show a                                                          Shirley Bernstein, a fine arts adjunct lecturer at Quinebaug Valley Community College,
                                          variety of work. It can be anywhere                                                    will have her art displayed until Nov. 10. Her work is titled “Impressions of Light.”




Paranormal team on the prowl for supernatural evidence
                                                    to the recordings and not knowing what we’re           ing.”                                                  sion to do so first, and explained that search-
TEAM                                                going to find,” she said.                                The team also showed photographs of para-            ing for the paranormal does not always have to
continued from page   1                                         ,
                                                      Currently the team is investigating at the           normal shadows and apparitions.                        be done during the late hours of the night. The
   “It’s the excitement of it,” said Duchesneau.    former Sunrise Resort in Moodus, and the site            “It was pretty awesome, they had a lot of            team stated they received some of their best
“My family had a house in Vermont, and it           of the East Thompson train wreck, as well as           good pictures,” said attendee Devon                    evidence during the daytime.
actually used to be the undertaker’s house. So                                         .
                                                    a private residence in Killingly The crowd             Wetherbee, 15, of Thompson.                              Finishing their first public presentation
you’d hear people going up and down stairs,         heard electronic voice phenomenon (EVP)                  Thompson resident Frank Miller, 11, agreed.          since the team has been back, Neslusan wel-
we’ve had objects move and stuff. When I was        samples from the locations, where paranor-               “Seeing the half-body apparition was cool,”          comed audience members to contact them
five it started to happen, and ever since then,     mal voices were recorded.                              he said.                                               with any interesting findings.
I’ve been really interested in the paranormal.”       “You hear a lot of the myths, you don’t real-          The team encouraged the audience to con-               “We are here now, and we are ready for new
   Team member Neslusan agreed that the             ly hear about any of the real things that hap-         duct their own investigations, simply by using         cases,” said Neslusan.
excitement is what dragged her in.                  pen,” said Heather Levesque, 26, of                    a digital camera and a voice recorder, and
   “For me, it’s just constantly having to listen   Thompson. “Listening to the EVPs, I thought            offered tips on how to collect untainted evi-            Meghan Couture may be reached at (860) 928-
                                                                             that was really kind of       dence. However, as it is illegal to enter a ceme-      1818, ext. 112, or by e-mail at meghan@vil-
                                                                             cool. You could hear          tery after dark in Connecticut, team members           lagernewspapers.com.
                                                                             them     communicat-          stressed the importance of requesting permis-


                                                                                                                                                    gram coordinator, “The team was impressed with the coop-
                                                                               QVCC program receives positive review                                eration of faculty and administration to deliver a great
                                                                                                                                                    program to students. Collaboration of coursework among
                                                                                 DANIELSON — Two members of the Medical Assisting                   the faculty members creates a comprehensive curriculum
                                                                               Educational Review Board visited Quinebaug Valley                    that well prepares the students for externship and employ-
                                                                               Community College (QVCC) last week as the final step in              ment.”
                                                                               the medical assisting program’s reaccreditation process.                One of the surveyors stated, “It is very unusual to have
                                                                                 The visit resulted in a positive assessment with no defi-          a site visit without any deficiencies.” They were both
                                                                               ciencies.                                                            impressed with the relationship that the college has with
                                                                                 The year-long process included the preparation of a pro-           local health care facilities that are used as externship sites.
                                                                               gram self-study report, as well providing documentation of              QVCC’s medical assisting program has two full-time fac-
                                                                               meeting all the standards as set by Commission on                    ulty members, Cheri Goretti and Cindi Brassington, along
                                                                               Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAA-                                                             .
                                                                                                                                                    with a dedicated staff of adjunct faculty The program
                                                                               HEP). The two site surveyors, Kathylynn Feld, medical                received initial accreditation status in 1995, and was reac-
                                                                               assisting program director from Youngstown State                     credited in 2002. This current reaccreditation should be for
                                                                                         ,
                                                                               University and Connie Stack, assistant dean of health and            10 years. Program accreditation is required so that med-
                                                                               public services at Alamance Community College, inter-                ical assisting graduates are able to take the national certi-
                                                                                                        ,
                                                                               viewed students, faculty staff, and advisory board mem-              fication exam through the American Association of
                                                                               bers during their two-day visit.                                     Medical Assistants (AAMA), the gold standard in medical
                                                                                 According to Cheri Goretti, QVCC medical assisting pro-            assisting credentialing.




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Revels ‘Harvest Home’ at Old Sturbridge Village
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      enowned        Boston-based      Revels
      Repertory Company will perform its
      traditional “Harvest Home” musical
revue this Sunday, Oct. 23, at Old Sturbridge
Village’s Stephen M. Brewer Theater located
directly across from the Oliver Wight
Tavern. The show features a delightful mix
of songs, storytelling, drama and dance.


                          NOT SO
                           QUIET
                          CORNER
                            MARK
                          RENBURKE


  The Revels Repertory Company is the tour-
ing ensemble of Revels, which has presented
its famed “Christmas Revels” at Sanders
Theater in Cambridge, Mass., for 40 years.
The costumed ensemble of 35 adults and
children performs songs, dances, and ghost
stories based on 19th-century American,
English and Celtic Harvest traditions, incor-
porating audience participation into the per-
formances. The Revels “Harvest Home” per-
formance opens with “The Souling Song,”
sung in England on All Soul’s Eve (Nov. 1). In
this ancient ritual, children (and sometimes
adults) begged for soul cakes, money, and
other food or drink. Soul cakes are spiced
buns, which were given in thanks for prayers
for departed souls, and the custom of “soul-
ing” is the origin of the American tradition
of “trick-or-treating.” The program also
includes Shaker songs, such as “I Will Bow                                                                                                           “Harvest Home”
and Be Simple,” with choreography based on
Shaker spirit drawings. An enjoyable event
for the entire family, the Sunday showtimes                   FRIDAY, OCT. 21                                           • LOBSTERZ FROM MARZ, 1-5 p.m.,                   • Open Mic w/Rick Harrington Band, 3
are at 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. and admission                                                                             Hyland Orchard, Sturbridge, Mass.                 p.m., Cady’s Tavern, 2168 Putnam Pike, West
                                                   • Boys of the Town, 10 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.,                           • Bill McCarthy, 9 p.m., Admiral T.J.           Glocester, R.I.
includes a special Sunday Brunch.
                                                 Fiddler’s Green at the Worcester Hibernian                           O’Brien’s, 407 Main St., Sturbridge, Mass.
  Old Sturbridge Village celebrates life in
early New England from 1790-1840 and is
                                                 Cultural Centre, 19 Temple St., Worcester,                             • Amy and Jared, 7 p.m., Ugly Duckling                       TUESDAY, OCT. 25
                                                 Mass.                                                                Loft, Sturbridge, Mass.
located just off the Massachusetts Turnpike                                                                                                                               • Bill McCarthy’s Open Mic World, 7:30 pm,
                                                   • Patty Biernacki, Mill Church, 45 River                             • Rob Adams, 6:30-9:30 p.m., Rovezzi’s
and routes 84 and 20 in Sturbridge, Mass. For                                                                                                                           Greendale’s Pub, Worcester, Mass.
                                                 St., Millbury, Mass.                                                 Ristorante, Rte 20, Sturbridge, Mass.
more information and to purchase tickets in                                                                                                                               • Open Mic, 8 p.m., English Social Club, 29
                                                   • New Bay Colony, 9 p.m., Pepperoncini’s,                            • Sup, 9 p.m., The Pump House,
advance, visit www.osv.org.                                                                                                                                             Camp St., Worcester, Mass.
                                                 Route 16, Milford, Mass.                                             Southbridge, Mass.
                                                   • Rob Adams, 7 p.m., Ugly Duckling Loft,                                                                               • Open Mic w/Brett Brumby, 6:30 p.m.,
                                                                                                                        • Radio Flyers, 9:30 p.m., Route 56 Roadside    Point Breeze, Webster, Mass.
                                                 Sturbridge, Mass.
    3 RD ANNUAL CRAFT FAIR
      RD
                                                   • The Kings, 9 p.m., Admiral T.J. O’Brien’s,
                                                                                                                      Bar & Grill, 24 Leicester St. (Route 56), North
   Nor theast K9 • 9 Mill St., Dudley
                                                                                                                      Oxford, Mass.                                               WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26
                                   Dudley        407 Main St., Sturbridge, Mass.
       Sat., Nov. 19th • 9AM-3PM
             Nov                                                                                                        • Relative Sound, noon to 3 p.m., Great
                                                   • Radio Ranch, 8 p.m. to midnight, Wales                                                                               • Wicked Wednesday Open Mic, 7:30 p.m.,
                                                                                                                      Pumpkin Festival, Downtown Putnam,
    Great Gifts • Still room for crafters        Irish Pub, 16 Holland Road, Wales, Mass.                             Conn.
                                                                                                                                                                        The Lashaway Inn, 308 East Main St. (Route
   Call Jan 508.943.7459 or 508.949-3599           • Zane Couch Explosion, 9 p.m., The Pump                                                                             9 westbound), East Brookfield, Mass.
                                                                                                                        • Madison Avenue, 9 p.m., J.D. Coopers,
                                                 House, Southbridge, Mass.                                                                                                • Bill McCarthy’s Open Mic World, 7 p.m.,
                                                                                                                      Putnam, Conn.
                                                                           • Sharp Drezzed                                                                              Pepe’s Brick Oven, Worcester, Mass.
                                                                                                                        • Les Sampou, 8 p.m., The Vanilla Bean,
                                                                         Man, 9 p.m., The                             Pomfret, Conn., $15
                                                                         Village      Lounge,                                                                                   THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27
                                                                                                                        • Mark Renburke, The Gold Eagle at The
                                                                         Route             171,                       Laurel House, Exit 94 off Route 395, Dayville,      • Open Mic, 8 p.m., Statz Sports Bar & Grill,
                                                                         Woodstock, Conn.                             Conn.                                             North Brookfield, Mass.
                                                                                                                                                                          • Scotty Marshall, 8 p.m., Dunny’s Tavern,
                                                                         SATURDAY, OCT.                                                         SUNDAY, OCT. 23         East Brookfield, Mass.
                                                                              22
                               MILL OUTLET                                • Boys of the Town,
                                                                                                                        • Sam Gentile and the Living Bras, 4-8 p.m.       • Open Mic with “The Hillbilly Graham
                                                                                                                                                                        Crackers”, 8:30 p.m., Pangea Wine Bar,
                                                                                                                      (Blues Jam from 5:30-7 p.m.), Dunny’s
       137 Schofield Ave. Rt. 12 (behind the Mill)                      5:45-7           p.m.,                        Tavern, East Brookfield, Mass.                    Putnam, Conn.
                                                                        B r o o k f i e l d                             • Blues Jam w/Bootsy and Da Funk, 3-7             • Brannon and Waters, 8 p.m., The Music
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                                                                        Pumpkinfest,                                  p.m., Chooch’s, North Brookfield, Mass.
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                                                                        Common, Brookfield,
                                                                                                                        • MUTHALOAD, 1 to 5 p.m., Hyland
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                Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm                                                                         Orchard, Sturbridge, Mass.
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                                                                          •          Brumby                           Home” musical revue, 1 and 3:30 p.m.,             want to let us know about an upcoming gig,
                                                                        (Bret/Lisa & friends),                        Stephen M. Brewer Theater, Old Sturbridge         email me at the address below. Events must be
                                                                        8    p.m.,   Dunny’s                          Village, Mass.                                    within 10 miles of the readership area and
                                                                        Tavern,          East                           • Pure Country Band, 5-8:30 p.m., Moosup        submitted to me by 7 p.m. Thursday of each
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wood beam ceiling. Updates to electric, boiler, & win-         floors, tile kitchen & bath, 3 bedrooms, and a finished        eat-in kitchen and entertaining living room. There are      Heritage Pines       CD 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.         $174,900 Sarah Gustafson
dows. Even attached and detached sheds for all the             lower level family room w/woodstove. Laundry room,             two bedrooms and an updated full bathroom. Priced at                                                                 Coldwell Banker
tools.. Priced at just $179,900                                shed, & new deck. Asking just $174,900.                        $54,900. Owner motivated to sell.                                                                                    774-289-7369
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ings must be submitted by 3 p.m. on Friday to        Spink at 974-1678.                                                       Drive (Route 12) for a SPECIAL SERVICE with                              career and/or your personal growth. For fur-
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space allows.                                                                             ,
                                                     KET from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday Oct. 22 at                            Ghost. The Baptism of the Holy Ghost is
                                                     the Sterling Municipal Building, 1183                                    Biblical, tangible proof that God is working in
                                                     Plainfield Pike. Sterling. All proceeds will ben-
                                                     efit the 2012 Sterling Family Day that will be
                                                                                                                              your life. www.actsii.org                                                         WEDNESDAY
         ONGOING                                     packed with food, fun and fireworks.
                                                                                                                                               MONDAY                                                                   OCTOBER 26
  WOODSTOCK — The following programs                   POMFRET        —     The     Northeastern                                                                                                         THOMPSON — Celebrate Recovery (a
will be held at the Woodstock Seniors at the         Connecticut Art Guild will hold a DRAWING
                                                     WORKSHOP at the Seely Brown Village in
                                                                                                                                               OCTOBER 24                                              Christ-centered life RECOVERY PROGRAM)
Woodstock Town Hall, 415 Route 169:                                                                                                                                                                    from 7 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday at the High
Tuesdays, EXERCISE from 9 to 10 a.m.;                                                        ,
                                                     Pomfret from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday Oct.                               DANIELSON – There will be a WHIST                                      Point Church, 1208 Thompson Road,
Wednesdays, ARTS AND CRAFTS from 9:30 to             22. Guest demonstrator will be Rebecca                                   PARTY at 7 p.m. every Monday in the Maple                                Thompson Faith Avenue, Thompson. Do you
11 a.m. and DOMINOES from 1 to 4 p.m.;               Montgomery and she requests that partici-                                Court Community Room, Maple Street,                                      wear a mask that hides your depression,
Thursdays, exercise from 9 to 10 a.m. If you         pants bring a #2 pencil, eraser, and a pad of                            Danielson.     $1     admission      charge.                             anger, addiction, pain, guilt, fear? Check us
have any questions, call Connie at 860-974-2685.     sketch paper. For further information about                              Refreshments included. Come join the fun. For                            out online, or attend a meeting. Call 508-832-
                                                     fees and deadline for the workshop, contact                              more information, call 860-774-9324.                                     5044 for more information.
                                                     Nancy at grancy5252@gmail.com.
              FRIDAY                                   BROOKLYN — There will be a LASAGNA
                                                                                                                                POMFRET — The Pomfret FOOD PANTRY
                                                                                                                              for residents of the town of Pomfret is open
                                                                                                                                                                                                         WOODSTOCK — Children’s STORY HOUR
                                                                                                                                                                                                       meets each Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the West
                                                                                              ,
                                                     DINNER from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Saturday Oct. 22
           OCTOBER 21                                at the Federated Church, Route 6, Brooklyn.
                                                                                                                              Monday nights from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Please bring
                                                                                                                              proper I.D. and proof of residence, for exam-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Woodstock Library at the 5 Bungay Hill
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Connector, Woodstock. Join us for stories,
                                                     The menu includes meat or vegetable lasagna,                             ple, a copy of a phone or electric bill, etc. Easy                       songs and crafts! We welcome all little ones,
  DAYVILLE — There will be a WHIST                   salad, rolls and dessert. The cost is $8 per per-
PARTY at 7 p.m. every Friday in St. Joseph                                                                                    access at rear of the Pomfret Senior Center                              from babies to preschoolers! No registration
                                                     son. Take-out only .                                                     eliminates any climbing of stairs.                                       required. For more information, call 860-974-
Church Hall in Dayville. $1 admission charge.
Refreshments included. Raffles. Come join the                                                                                                                                                          0376.
fun. For more information, call 860-774-9935.
                                                                     SUNDAY                                                                   TUESDAY                                                    DAYVILLE — We would like to invite you to
                                                                                                                                                                                                       visit our chapter, the Quiet Corner BNI
  WEBSTER — The Webster Police
Department is sponsoring a Halloween dance                         OCTOBER 23                                                                  OCTOBER 25                                              (Business Network International) from 7:30 to
“SENIOR MEMORIES” from 6 to 9 p.m.                                                                                                                                                                     9 a.m. every Wednesday at the Comfort Inn &
       ,
Friday Oct. 28 in the Webster Auditorium,              WOODSTOCK — There will be a FREE                                         WOODSTOCK —Tuesday evening BIBLE                                       Suites, 16 Tracy Road, Dayville. BNI is one of
Town Hall, Main Street, Webster. Dance to the        EXHIBIT from noon to 4 p.m. Sundays                                      STUDY of the Psalms from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at                            the strongest business networking groups in
music of Ron Stone, snacks and drinks provid-        through December celebrating Woodstock’s                                 the North Woodstock Congregational Church,                               Connecticut. Twenty-five business owners
ed, free admission. Costume optional.                325th Anniversary at the Woodstock                                       1227 Rte 169, Woodstock. Greg Wilmot, study                              from the Quiet Corner BNI chapter meet to
                                                                       ,
                                                     Historical Society 523 Route 169, Woodstock.                             leader. For more information, call 860-963-                              exchange business referrals and leads. BNI
                                                     For more information, call 860-928-1035.                                 2170.                                                                    follows the Killingly School System for clo-
         SATURDAY                                      N. GROSVENORDALE — The American                                          REGIONAL — WORDS OF PEACE, a practi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       sures. If the schools are closed or late start,
                                                                                                                                                                                                       the meeting is canceled. For more informa-
                                                     Legion Family Post 67, Route 200, N.                                                                                                              tion, call Rhonda Rooney at 508-987-0700 (rhon-
           OCTOBER 22                                Grosvenordale, will hold an all-you-can-eat
                                                                                                                              cal way to go inside and experience that joy on
                                                                                                                              CTV14 Channel 14 at 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays for                               darooney@finsvcs.com); Judy Haines at 860-
                                                     BREAKFAST from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Sunday         ,                       Thompson, Woodstock, Pomfret, Brooklyn                                   774-3459 (judyhaines@msn.com) or Deb
  N. GROSVENORDALE — St. Joseph School               Oct. 9. The cost is $7 per person and $4 for chil-                                                                                                Tavernier at 860-928-0545 (dtavernier@put-
will hold its seventh annual OKTOBERFEST                                                                                      and Eastford.
                                                     dren 7 and under. Proceeds will benefit legion                                                                                                    nambank.com).
and HARVEST DINNER Saturday Oct. 22 at,              programs.
the Knights of Columbus Hall, Route 12, N.                                                                                      POMFRET — The Pomfret FOOD PANTRY
                                                                                                                              for residents of the town of Pomfret is open                               PUTNAM — Day Kimball HomeMakers and
Grosvenordale. Doors open at 6 p.m. A                  BROOKLYN — There will be an EARLY                                                                                                               Christopher Heights present the 2011 SENIOR
sausage, kielbasa and roast beef buffet will be                                                                               Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Please
                                                     THANKSGIVING FEAST from noon to 2 p.m.                                   bring proper I.D. and proof of residence, for                            DANCES from 7 to 10 p.m. on the fourth
served at 6:30 p.m. Beer tasting to follow. There           ,
                                                     Sunday Oct. 23 at the Moriah Lodge #15, 220                                                                                                       Wednesday of the month at the Putnam Lodge
will also be a Silent Auction and more. Tickets                                                                               example, a copy of a phone or electric bill, etc.
                                                     Providence Road, Brooklyn. The meal                                      Easy access at rear of the Pomfret Senior                                of Elks. There will be door prizes, raffles and
are $30 per person and $50 per couple. Dinner                          ,
                                                     includes turkey stuffing, cranberry sauce,                                                                                                        refreshments.
only is $20 per person. Tickets available in the                                                                              Center eliminates any climbing of stairs.
                                                     vegetable, rolls, beverages and desserts. Dine                                                                                                      * October 28 – Halloween theme
school office and at the door. For more infor-       in or take out, only $10 per person. Help us
mation, call the school office at 860-923-2090 or                                                                                DANIELSON — TOASTMASTERS Club                                                                          Turn To CALENDAR page 5




                                                                                                 LEGALS
          TOWN OF WOODSTOCK                          January 1 and July 1, provided there is a 30                             for Certificates of Appropriateness:                                         155 Providence Street, PO Box 166
       WATER POLLUTION CONTROL                       day grace period for payment, and shall be                                    1. Paul and Ramona Geotis, 49 Old Hall                                  Putnam, CT 06260-0166
                  AUTHORITY                          made payable to Woodstock Tax Collector and                              Rd, for front roof; 2. Woodstock Hill
       NOTICE OF SEWER USE RATE                      delivered to Woodstock Town Hall, 415 Route                              Congregational Church, 543 Route 169, for                                October 21, 2011
     INCREASE AND AMENDMENT TO                       168, Woodstock CT, 06281.                                                installation of lighting fixture.
       POLICIES AND PROCEDURES                            At its meeting on September 27, 2011,                                                                 Gail White, Chair                             THOMPSON ZONING BOARD OF
     Notice is hereby given that, at a meeting       the WPCA also adopted an amendment to its                                                                       10-17-2011                                          APPEALS
on September 27, 2011, the Water Pollution           Policies and Procedures that would authorize                             October 21, 2011                                                               The Thompson Zoning Board of Appeals
Control Authority of the Town of Woodstock,          the WPCA to impose a fee on a metered cus-                                                                                                        at its October 12, 2011 meeting approved:
Connecticut (WPCA) adopted the following             tomer of One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($150.00)                                             NOTICE TO CREDITORS                                            1. Zoning Board of Appeals Application
increase in its sewer use charges:                   per visit if the property owner fails to timely                                                                                                   11-10: Variance, September 12, 2011,
a) Metered customers:                                report water meter readings and the WPCA                                 ESTATE OF CECILE C. SPINOSO                                              Quinebaug Volunteer Fire Department, 720
     Year 1: from $4.65 to $5.8125/1000              sends a representative to the facility to record                         (11-475)                                                                 Quinebaug Road, Map 3, Block 81, Lot 1,
     gallons (a 25% increase)                        the delinquent readings.                                                                                                                          R40: Article VI, Section 7 (1) (e), size of out-
     Year 2: from $5.8125 to $6.975/1000                                               Dan Atwood                             The Hon. Leah P. Schad, Judge of the Court of                            door sign beyond the 16 (sixteen) square feet
     gallons (a 20% increase)                                                              Chairman                           Probate, Northeast Probate District, by decree                           allowed; sign proposed is 36 (thirty-six)
b) Non-metered customers:                                           Water Pollution Control Authority                         dated October 13, 2011, ordered that all                                 square feet.
     Year 1: from $212.16 to $265.20                 October 21, 2011                                                         claims must be presented to the fiduciary at                                   Hardship: Erect sign at Fire Station to
     bi-annual fee (a 25% increase)                  October 28, 2011                                                         the address below. Failure to promptly present                           show location and upcoming events in a size
     Year 2: from $265.20 to $318.24                                                                                          any such claim may result in the loss of rights                          to be read while driving by and visible to the
     bi-annual fee (a 20% increase)                          TOWN OF WOODSTOCK                                                to recover on such claim.                                                public.
A copy of the fee increase was filed with the                   PUBLIC HEARING                                                                         Janis E. Beltis, Clerk                                             Kevin Beno, Vice-Chairman
Office of the Town Clerk in Woodstock                   The    Woodstock       Historic   District                            The fiduciary is:                                                                                     October 12, 2011
Connecticut on October 18, 2011. Any appeal          Commission will hold a public hearing on                                                                                                          October 21, 2011
from the adoption of such increase must be           Monday, October 24, at 8:00 p.m. in the                                  Clifford Poludniak
taken within twenty-one (21) days from               Woodstock Town Hall, 415 Route 169,                                         c/o Thomas A. Borner, Esq.,
October 21, 2011. Payments shall be due on           Woodstock, CT for the following applications                                Borner, Aleman & Davis, LLC
B4 ☎ VILLAGER NEWSPAPERS ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS ☎               Friday, October 21, 2011

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        or fax them to (860) 928-5946.
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                          Evelyn B. Barrett, 92                                                                                                    Lillian E. Murphy, 104
  NORTH GROSVENORDALE — Evelyn B.                   and lived in North Grosvendordale most of                                                                             she moved with family to Thompson where
Barrette, 92, formerly of 500 Riverside Drive,      her life.                                                                        PUTNAM and THOMP-                    she made many new friends and continued to
died Friday, Oct. 14, 2011, at Matulaitis             She worked for many years at Belding                                         SON — Lillian Elizabeth                contribute to the joys of family life.
Nursing Home in Putnam.                             Heminghway in Grosvenordale, retiring in                                               ,
                                                                                                                                   Murphy 104, of Putnam                     As a devoted mother and grandmother, she
  Evelyn is survived by several nieces and          1982.                                                                          and Thompson, came to                  was often found providing nurturance and
nephews.                                              She was a parishoner of Saint Joseph                                         rest at Pierce Memorial                warmth to those in her presence.
  She was predeceased by her brothers,              Church in North Grosvenordale.                                                 Baptist Home in Brooklyn                  She enjoyed travel, reading, cooking
Aldor Barrette, Joseph Barrette, Robert               Private graveside services were held in                                      on Oct. 15, 2011.                      favorite recipes, and sharing stories with
Barrette and Alfred Barretteand by her sis-                                            ,
                                                    Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery Webster.                                          She was born Lillian E.              friends. She had a talent for piano playing
ters, Corinne Charbonneau and Bella Blain.          Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home, 48 School                      Beaudreault in Putnam, Nov. 2, 1906 date,                  and loved listening to music. She guided
  She was born in Natick, Mass., daughter of        Street, Webster, directed the arrangements.                daughter of Zoe (Dumas) and Norbert                        many paths with her natural ability as a good
the late Joseph and Melina (Forcier) Barrette                                                                  Beaudreault.                                               listener.
                                                                                                                 She was the wife of John T. Murphy of                       She was a communicant of St Mary Church
                                                                                                               Pomfret, whom she married in 1936. He pre-                 of the visitation, where she was a life mem-
                                                                                                               deceased her in 1967.                                      ber of the League of Catholic Women.
                              James Deviow, 61                                                                   She is survived by her daughter, Elaine,
                                                                                                               and son-in-law, Jean O. Chicoine, of Sun City
                                                                                                                                                                             A Mass of Christian Burial was held
                                                                                                                                                                                    ,
                                                                                                                                                                          Tuesday Oct.18 in St. Mary Church of the
                                                                                                               Center, Fla.; grandchildren, Stephanie and                 Visitation, 218 Providence St., Putnam.
                    SOUTHBRIDGE           —         lived in the area many years.                              husband Erik Johnson of South Windsor,                     Burial was in St. Mary Cemetery   .
                  James Deviow, 61, of                 He served in the Army dur-                              Jason and wife Denise Chicoine of Pomfret,                    Donations may be made to Pierce Memorial
                  Dresser Street, passed            ing the Vietnam War.                                       Dana and wife Tracy of Andover Mass.,                      Baptist Home, Brooklyn.
                                ,
                  away Saturday Oct. 8, 2011           He enjoyed woodworking                                  Susan Satterly of Southern Pines, N.C.,                       Everyone who came in contact with Lillian
                  at Harrington Memorial            and visiting Hampton Beach,                                Sandra and husband George Nelson of Vaas,                  gave her generous amounts of compassion
                  Hospital after a short ill-       but most of all he enjoyed his                             N.C., and Dean and wife Wendy Stocks of                    and quality care. This truly contributed to
                  ness.                             family .                                                   Putnam and seven great-grand-children.                                                          .
                                                                                                                                                                          her comfort and peaceful longevity The fami-
                    He leaves his wife of 40           A graveside service was                                   She was predeceased by her daughter, Ruth                ly remains grateful for their sincere dedica-
                  years, Cheryl (Belanger)                        ,
                                                    held Monday Oct 17 at the Massachusetts                    E. Stocks, and son-in-law, Edward A. Stocks,               tion to her care.
Deviow; a daughter and son-in-law, Jamey            Veterans Cemetery in Agawam.                               in 2000, and a great-grand-daughter, Kimberly                                                     ,
                                                                                                                                                                             To share a memory with her family “Light
and Jason Worth of Southbridge; a brother,             The Belanger-Bullard Funeral Home, 51                   Satterly.                                                  a Candle” at www.smithandwalkerfh.com.
John Deviow of Quinebaug, Conn., and two            Marcy St., Southbridge, directed the arrange-                Having lived in Putnam for almost 80 years,
grandchildren, Victoria and Katherine.              ments.
  James was born in Webster, the son of                An online guestbook is available at
Albert and Roseannah (Warren) Deviow and            www.BelangerFuneralHome.com.                                                              Lorraine A. Plotczyk, 65
                                                                                                                                    DUDLEY — Lorraine                     Linen then was a stitcher at Ethan Allen. She
                                                                                                                                  Anna (Houle) Plotczyk, 65,              enjoyed many years as a cook at Oakwood
                            Calla L. Gould, 84                                                                                    of Dudley, died Oct. 12,
                                                                                                                                  2011 at St. Vincent
                                                                                                                                                                          Nursing Home in Webster and most recently
                                                                                                                                                                          was a demonstrator at Price Chopper.
                                                                                                                                  Hospital in Worcester.                    She was a dedicated wife and loving moth-
                      WOODSTOCK — Calla             design and modeling, and taught there for a                                     Lorraine was born                     er who loved cooking for her family and doing
                    Linnea Gould, nee Otto, 84,     time after graduation.                                                        August      2,  1946   in               crafts.
                    of Sunset Hill, Academy           Calla then set out to New York City to find                                 Worcester,.                               She was a communicant of St. Anthony of
                    Road, Woodstock, died           fame and fortune, but she was pursued and                                       She is the daughter of                Padua Church
                    Thursday, Oct. 6 at Day         married by a determined young man from                     Armur E. and the late Laurette (Dumont)                      A graveside service was held Saturday Oct.
                    Kimball   Hospital      in      Brown.                                                     Houle.                                                     15 at St. Anthony of Padua Cemetery,
                    Putnam.                           They lived in Flushing, N.Y. and Plainfield,               She is survived by her husband of 44 years,              Worcester Road, Webster.
                      She was wife to the late      before finding their family home, an old inn               Henry J. Plotczyk and her son, Michael                       Memorials may be made to American
                    John Nathan Gould. He           on Woodstock Hill, where they began the rais-                    ,
                                                                                                               Plotzy both of Dudley; her father, Armur E.                               ,
                                                                                                                                                                          Cancer Society 30 Speen St., Framingham,
died Feb. 14, 2010.                                 ing of four sons. With husband and mother                  Houle of North Grosvenordale, Conn., and                   MA 01701.
  Calla is survived by three sons, David, of        helping she ran it as an inn for a time. During            several cousins.                                             Bartel Funeral Home & Chapel, 33
the Virgin Islands and Woodstock, George, of        this period she was a founding member of the                 She was predeceased by her infant twin                                            ,
                                                                                                                                                                          Schofield Avenue, Dudley assisted the family
Putnam, and John of Shelburne Falls, Mass.          Quinebaug Valley Health and Welfare                        son, Thomas John Plotczyk.                                 with the arrangements.
Her oldest son Nathan died in 2000. She has a       Council, and helped create a listing of human                Lorraine worked several years at Stevens                   www.bartelfuneralhome.com
brother, George in Chicago; a sister,               services in the area.
Genevieve in Maine; two nieces; four                  Her husband’s work first as an arbitrator
nephews; six grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.
                                                    then as trade unionist took the family to
                                                    Pittsburgh, where she continued social work
                                                                                                                                                    Hazel F. Sheldon, 94
  Born in Salt Point, N.Y., on March 26 1927,       and costume design; thence to Africa, where                   WOODSTOCK —Hazel F. Sheldon, 94, of                     Ronald and wife Dianne Sheldon of Pomfret,
to George Myers Otto and Irma Charlotte             she lived in Ghana, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Kenya                                             ,
                                                                                                               Woodstock, died Wednesday Oct. 5, at Day                   Susan and husband Eric Fallenius of
(John) Otto, she grew up on Ragged                  and Egypt. In Ghana she undertook an                       Kimball Hospital in Putnam.                                Woodstock and Deborah Pratt of Woodstock;
                       ,
Mountain in Danbury N.H.                            exhaustive study of traditional ceremonial                    She was born in Pomfret, on July 31, 1917,              23 grandchildren, 51 great-grandchildren; 17
  Calla enjoyed fashion design, dressmaking         costume and regalia in the village of                      daughter of the late John and Hazel (Dickey)               great-great-grandchildren and three broth-
and modeling, collecting antique rugs,              Akwamufie, where she was made an hon-                      Currier.                                                   ers, Frank Currier of Pomfret, Thomas
African art, couches, and ducks. She was            orary Queen Mother for her work; in Kenya                     She was the wife of Wayland N. Sheldon, Sr.             Currier of Putnam and Robert Currier of
practical and down-to-earth, a good cook, and       she worked with tailor’s unions to set up a tai-           They were blissfully married for 62 years                  Florida. Eight siblings predeceased her. Her
loved animals and gardening; always poised,         loring school.                                             when he passed on Jan. 12, 1996.                           stepson. Richard Sheldon; a granddaughter,
gracious and generous, she could readily              After 25 years in Africa they retired home                  Hazel helped start the first nursery school             Cindy Whitehouse; a great-granddaughter
offer an intelligent view, an artist’s eye, and a   to Sunset Hill.                                            program in Woodstock in 1945. She spent                    Ashley Sheldon and a great-great-grandson
pointed remark.                                       She is loved and much missed.                            many years as a housekeeper for many fami-                 Hayden Young predeceased her.
  She graduated from the Rhode Island                 For      memorial       guestbook,       visit           lies of Woodstock Hill and beyond. Hazel also                Calling hours will be held from 6 to 8 p.m.
School of Design, where she did fashion             www.GilmanAndValade.com.                                                     .T.
                                                                                                               worked for the W Grant Co. in Putnam for                   Friday, Oct. 28 at the Smith and Walker
                                                                                                               17 years.                                                  Funeral Home, 148 Grove St., Putnam. A
                                                                                                                  She was very active for many years with                 memorial service will be held at 11 a.m.
                                                                                                               the Woodstock Volunteer Fire Association                   Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Christ Episcopal
                          Asa M. Davis, Jr., 79                                                                working countless hours at the food booth at
                                                                                                               the fair and other various events. She led a
                                                                                                                                                                          Church, 521 Pomfret St., Pomfret. A light lun-
                                                                                                                                                                          cheon will be held directly after the services
                                                                                                               home economics group for area women to                     in the church hall. Burial will be later in the
  EASTFORD — Asa M. Davis, Jr., 79, of Old            He built or refinished much of the furni-                learn crafts, cooking and sewing. She loved                day for the immediate family at Quassett
Colony Road, Eastford, went home to be with         ture in their home. Asa was a long time                    attending the Woodstock Senior Center for                  Cemetery in Woodstock.
the Lord on Oct. 15, 2011, while a patient for      member of the Eastford Baptist Church, the                 crafts.                                                      In lieu of flowers please make donations to
over three weeks at UMASS Memorial                  Eastford Fire Department and a former                         She was best known for her fabulous cook-               the Woodstock Volunteer Fire Association, P   .
Medical Center in Worcester, Mass.                  member of the Bungay Fire Brigade in West                  ing, generous heart and loving her family .                O. Box 222, South Woodstock, CT 06267.
  He was born in Warwick, RI on February 3,         Woodstock. He drove tractor-trailer for many                  Hazel leaves behind four children, Wayland                To share a memory with the family “Light
1932 to Asa M. and Jennie (Numberg) Davis.          years, worked as a carpenter for a building                Jr. and wife Nancy Sheldon of Woodstock,                   a Candle” at www.smithandwalkerfh.com.
When he was a few years old they moved              contractor and retired July 31, 1994 from
from Rhode Island back to West Woodstock            Whitcraft of Eastford, where he worked as a
where many of his father’s relatives lived.
  On July 5, 1952 he married Dorothy Irene
                                                    machinist for 29 years.
                                                      There are no callilng hours. A memorial                                                      Thomas J. Toolan, 93
Spooner. Last July they observed their 59th                                                ,
                                                    service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday Oct. 22,
wedding anniversary  .                              at the Eastford Baptist Church, 133 Union                    DAYVILLE – Thomas Joseph Toolan, 93, of                    He was a communicant of St. Mary Church
  He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; his          Road, Eastford. Private burial in Grove                    Ware Road, formerly of Putnam, died                        of the Visitation.
children, Betsy Jean Salo and her husband                     ,
                                                    Cemetery Eastford.                                                 ,
                                                                                                               Monday Oct. 10, 2011 in Westview Healthcare                  He was a member of the Cargill Council 64,
Karl of Woodstock, Robert Asa of Eastford;            In lieu of flowers, the family asks that                 Center.                                                    Knights of Columbus, and the Monsignor
step-granddaughter and her son, step-grand-         donations be made to the Eastford Baptist                    He is survived by a brother, Joseph F.                                              ,
                                                                                                                                                                          Jean C. Mathieu Assembly Fourth Degree
son, nieces, nephews and many cousins.              Church, 133 Union Road, Eastford, CT 06242                 Toolan and a sister, Anna E. Toolan, both of               Knight of Columbus.
  He was predeceased by his parents; his            or Eastford Independent Fire Co., PO Box                   Dayville.                                                    He enjoyed watching baseball and was an
daughter Bonnie Lee LeSage on Jan. 1, 1982          333, Eastford, CT 06242.                                     Tom was predeceased by his sister, Mary T.               avid Red Sox fan.
and a son-in-law Edward A. LeSage in 2009; a          Arrangements by Smith and Walker                         Toolan, who died in 2008.                                                                 ,
                                                                                                                                                                            A graveside was held Saturday Oct. 15 in St.
sister, Bertha Brownell in 2003 and his step-       Funeral Home, 148 Grove St., Putnam.                         Born in Putnam, he was the son of the late               Mary Cemetery   .
mother, Marion B. Davis in 2009 at the age of                                               ,
                                                      To share a memory with his family “Light                 Thomas and Deborah (Lynch) Toolan.                           Arrangements were entrusted to the
107.                                                a Candle” at www.smithandwalkerfh.com.                       Mr. Toolan worked for the Putnam Woolen                  Gilman Funeral Home. For memorial guest-
  Two of his favorite hobbies were doing jig-                                                                  Manufacturing Co. and later Hale                           book, visit www.GilmanAndValade.com.
saw puzzles and woodworking.                                                                                   Manufacturing.


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                        CHURCH DIRECTORY                                                                                                            NEWS BRIEFS
                    EASTFORD                            St. Stephen Church
                                                        Junction of Routes 131 and 197
Congregational Church of Eastford                                                  .O.
                                                        130 Old Turnpike Road, P Box 222
8 Church Road, P Box 177
(860) 974-01294
Pastor Mike Moran
                 .O.                                    Quinebaug, CT 06262, 860-935-5205
                                                        Masses: Saturday 4 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m.; Thursday
                                                        and Friday 8 a.m. Holy Day as announced.
                                                                    ,
                                                                           ,               ,                       Sign up to be a Cub Scout
office@cceastford.com                                   Pastor: Very Rev. Charles R. Leblanc; Religious
Sunday Morning Services: 8:30 a.m., 11:00 am (child     Education Coordinator: Mrs. Louise LeFort.
care for 5 and under)                                   Religious Education, grades 1 through 7, Sunday 10   ,       PUTNAM — Cub Scout Pack 25 is accepting registrations for boys in grades 1 through 5.
Sunday School: 9:30 A.M.                                to 11:30 a.m.; grade 9 (confirmation), 10 to 11:30 a.m.    For more information, contact Lori Brodeur at cubscouting@snet.net or call
Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 PM                                                                                       (860) 617-1155 or (860) 963-2333. For more information about scouting in your area go to
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:00 AM                        Tri-State Baptist Church                                   www.beascout.org.
Wednesday Evening Service: 6:30 PM                       .O.
                                                        P Box 404
Thursday Women's Bible Studies:                         Thompson, CT 06277 (Meeting at the VFW Hall on
Friday Children's Pioneer Clubs 6:30 PM                 Route 131, south of intersection with Route 197)
Saturday Men's Fraternity: 7-8:30 AM                    933-8947
                                                        rberard@tristatebaptist.org
                                                                                                                   Community Cultural Committee announces
Eastford Baptist Church
133 Union Road
                                                        www.tristatebaptist.org
                                                        Pastor R. Berard
                                                        Sunday School for all ages: 10 a.m.
                                                                                                                   performances at Hyde Center
974-1414                                                Sunday Morning Service: 11 a.m.                              WOODSTOCK — The Three C’s The Community Cultural Committee, announces the 2011-
Pastor Tim Vamosi                                       Sunday Evening Service: 6 p.m.
Sunday School: 9 a.m. All ages.
                                                                                                                   2012 performances at the Hyde Cultural Center in Woodstock.
                                                        Wednesday Evening Service: 7 p.m.
Service: 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday: Mid-week prayer services, 7 p.m., prayer     Bible Fellowship Church                                     All shows with Theatreworks USA from New York.
meeting for adults, Kindred Spirits — ladies only  ,    400 Quinebaug Rd                                            Oct. 25: Thomas Edison for grades 4 through 8
Olympians, Grades one to six, Word of Life Teen         P Box 619
                                                         .O.                                                        Dec. 6: The Yellow Brick Road (multi cultural musical for grades 2 through 6
Club, junior and senior high school, child care pro-    Quinebaug, CT 06262                                         April 2: Freedom Train for grades 3 through 8
vided.                                                  923-9512 or (800) 621-6807                                  May 22: Skippyjon Jones for grades K through 4.
                                                        thompsonbfc@aol.com                                         The cost is $3 per person.
                    POMFRET                             www.bfc.org                                                 All programs are subject to change.
Most Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church                 Pastor Dennis Spinney
                                                        Sunday services: 9 a.m., Bible School for all ages; 10
                                                                                                                    For more information, call the box office at 860-928-2946 or visit www.TheThreeCs.org or
568 Pomfret St. • 928-5830                                                                                         www.TWUSA.org.
Summer Mass schedule, which runs from the second        a.m., Worship Service
Sunday of May through the third Sunday of               Tuesdays: 4:30 p.m., Teen Bible Study; 6:30 p.m.,
September, is 4 p.m. on Saturday and 8 a.m. and 10:30   Children’s Bible Club/Adult Bible Study and Prayer
a.m. on Sunday. Weekday masses on Monday,               Fridays: 6:30 p.m., Teen Youth Group
        ,
Tuesday Thursday and Friday are at 8 a.m.


                                                                                                                                         CALENDAR
Rev. Ryszard Sliwinski, Pastor                          Acts II Ministries
                                                         .O.
                                                        P Box 224
Christ Church of Pomfret                                1366 Riverside Drive
527 Pomfret St.                                         Thompson, CT 06277
928-7026                                                935-5107 (toll free, 888-433-9901)
Services: 8 and 10:15 a.m. Sunday; 9:15 a.m. (Rectory   www.actsII.org
School Chapel)                                          Service: 10 a.m. Sunday
Mid-week service: 7 a.m. Wednesday                                                                                 CALENDAR                                          6:30 p.m. Please bring proper I.D. and proof
Rector David M. Carter                                  HighPointe Church                                                                                            of residence, for example, a copy of a phone
                                                        1028 Thompson Road                                         continued from page   3
                                                                                                                                                                     or electric bill, etc. Easy access at rear of the
Abington Congregational Church                          Thompson, CT 06277
                                                        935-0357 www.gotohpc.org                                                                                     Pomfret Senior Center eliminates any climb-
Route 97                                                                                                             Donations toward food and beverages
                                                        www.goto24seven.com                                                                                          ing of stairs.
974-1476                                                                                                           always accepted. Sponsored by Day Kimball
Service: 10 a.m. Sunday                                 Sunday Services, 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 6 p.m. Celebrate         HomeMakers and Christopher Heights.
Rev. Dr. Bruce Hedman                                   Recovery, every Wednesday at 7 p.m., café opens at

First Congregational Church of Pomfret
                                                        6:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                     For more information call (860) 928-5441 or
                                                                                                                   (508) 949-0400.                                             TUESDAY
                                                        Emmanuel Lutheran Church
13 Church Road
Pomfret Center                                          83 Main St.                                                  DANIELSON — There is BINGO at St.                        NOVEMBER 1
(860) 928-7381                                          North Grosvenordale                                        James Church, 12 Franklin St., Danielson
fccpomfret@sbcglobal.net                                PO Box 221                                                 every Wednesday night in the downstairs             WOODSTOCK —Tuesday evening BIBLE
Rev. Thomas Crumb.                                      (860) 928-7038                                             church hall. Game sales start at 6 p.m.           STUDY of the Psalms from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at
Adult Sunday School class begins at 9:15 a.m.           Pastor Charles F. Seivard                                                                                    the North Woodstock Congregational
                                                                                                                   Games start at 7 p.m. Over $2000 is given
Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.                               Sunday Services: 9:30 a.m.                                                                                   Church, 1227 Rte 169, Woodstock. Greg
                                                                                                                   away each week. There are also progressive
Children's Sunday School 10:30 a.m.                                                                                games. Food is available by the Knights of        Wilmot, study leader. For more information,
Potluck, Praise & Worship 1st Sunday of every           Quinebaug 7th Day Adventist Church
                                                        768 Quinebaug Road                                         Columbus. All profits benefit St. James           call 860-963-2170.
month at 6 p.m.
                                                        Route 131                                                  School.
                     PUTNAM                             953-5412                                                                                                        REGIONAL — WORDS OF PEACE, a prac-
                                                        Services: Saturday worship, 9:30 a.m.; Saturday                                                              tical way to go inside and experience that joy
The Congregational Church of Putnam
175 Main Street, Putnam
(860) 928-4405
                                                        Sabbath School, 11 a.m.; weekly prayer meetings,
                                                        Wednesdays, 7 p.m.                                                       FRIDAY                              on CTV14 Channel 14 at 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays
                                                                                                                                                                     for Thompson, Woodstock, Pomfret,
Web site: www.putnamcong.com
Rev. Thomas H. Meyer, Pastor
                                                        North Grosvenordale United Methodist Church
                                                        954 Riverside Drive
                                                                                                                              OCTOBER 28                             Brooklyn and Eastford.

Sunday worship: 10:00 a.m.                              860-923-2738 or 860-923-9133
Sunday School: 10:30 a.m. (starts Sept. 14, registra-
tion at 10 a.m.)
                                                        Pastor: Barbara Kszystyniak.
                                                        Services: Sunday services at Putnam United
                                                                                                                     DAYVILLE — There will be a WHIST
                                                                                                                   PARTY at 7 p.m. every Friday in St. Joseph             WEDNESDAY
                                                                                                                   Church Hall in Dayville. $1 admission
The public is welcome to join the church every
Sunday as they celebrate God's presence through:
                                                        Methodist Church;
                                                                                                                   charge. Refreshments included. Raffles.                    NOVEMBER 2
worship together, voice and handbell choirs, mission    Thompson Congregational Church                             Come join the fun. For more information,
outreach, Bible study and book discussion group.        347 Thompson Road                                          call 860-774-9935.                                  THOMPSON — Celebrate Recovery (a
                                                        860-923-2431                                                                                                 Christ-centered life RECOVERY PRO-
East Putnam Community Church                            Rev. Dr. Jennifer Cook                                                                                       GRAM) from 7 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday at
250 East Putnam Road
928-2193
Services: 10:30 a.m. Sunday
                                                        Services: 10 a.m., Sunday; Children’s Sunday School,
                                                        10 a.m., Sunday                                                     SATURDAY                                 the High Point Church, 1208 Thompson
                                                                                                                                                                     Road, Thompson Faith Avenue, Thompson.
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.
Tri-State Christian Academy — K-8
                                                                            WOODSTOCK                                         OCTOBER 29                             Do you wear a mask that hides your depres-
                                                                                                                                                                     sion, anger, addiction, pain, guilt, fear?
                                                        Church of the Good Shepherd                                                                                  Check us out online, or attend a meeting.
                                                        12 Bradford Corner Road                                      THOMPSON — Thompson Memorial Post
First Congregational Church                                                                                                                                          Call 508-832-5044 for more information.
                                                        974-2047                                                   10088 VFW will hold its ANNUAL CHICKEN
71 Liberty Highway
928-7381                                                Service: 10:30 a.m. Sunday                                 BARBECUE from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday      ,
                                                                                                                                                                       WOODSTOCK — Children’s STORY
Pastor John Eckman                                      Pastor: Brian C. Baeder                                    Oct. 29. Donations are $9 for adults and $5 for
                                                                                                                                                                     HOUR meets each Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at
Services: 9:30 a.m. Sunday                                                                                         children under 12. Take-outs available.
                                                        East Woodstock Congregational                                                                                the West Woodstock Library at the 5 Bungay
                                                                                                                   Proceeds will benefit VFW programs.
Living Faith United Methodist Church                    220 Woodstock Road                                                                                           Hill Connector, Woodstock. Join us for sto-
53 Grove St.                                            928-7449                                                                                                     ries, songs and crafts! We welcome all little
                                                        Service: 10 a.m. Sunday (Children’s Sunday school,           QUINEBAUG — Thompson Memorial
928-9705                                                                                                                                                             ones, from babies to preschoolers! No regis-
                                                        same time)                                                 Post 10088 VFW will be accepting donations
Pastor: Barbara Kszystyniak.                                                                                                                                         tration required. For more information, call
Services: 10:00 a.m. (during the summer)                Pastor: Rev. Susan Foster                                  to ADD MORE NAMES to the Iraq and
                                                                                                                                                                     860-974-0376.
                                                                                                                                                        ,
                                                                                                                   Afghanistan monument on Saturday Oct. 29
         ,
St. Mary Church of the Visitation                       Evangelical Covenant Church                                at the Thompson transfer station all day and
                                                        24 Child Hill Road, Woodstock                                                                                   DAYVILLE — We would like to invite you
218 Providence St.                                                                                                              ,
                                                                                                                   at the VFW Route 131, Quinebaug, from
                                                        928-0486                                                                                                     to visit our chapter, the Quiet Corner BNI
928-6535                                                                                                           noon to 7 p.m. Please stop by – we would like
Rev. Roland Cloutier                                    www.WoodstockCovenant.intuitwebsites.com                                                                     (Business Network International) from 7:30
                                                        Leon Engman, senior pastor
                                                                                                                   to thank all who donated for the monument.
Masses: Saturday 4 p.m., Sunday 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.                                                                                                                  to 9 a.m. every Wednesday at the Comfort
                                                        Beginning September 25th: Sunday School 9:00am                                                               Inn & Suites, 16 Tracy Road, Dayville. BNI is
                                                        Worship Service 10:30am
St. Philip’s Episcopal Church
63 Grove St., Putnam; Holy Eucharist or Morning
Prayer at 9:30 a.m., with a supply Priest. Coffee
                                                        Beginning October 5th: AWANA 6:30pm                                    SUNDAY                                one of the strongest business networking
                                                                                                                                                                     groups in Connecticut. Twenty-five business
                                                                                                                                                                     owners from the Quiet Corner BNI chapter
hour follows the service.                               Faith Bible Evangelical Free
                                                        587 Route 171                                                         OCTOBER 30                             meet to exchange business referrals and
Putnam Baptist Church                                   974-2528                                                                                                     leads. BNI follows the Killingly School
                                                        Will resume its regular scheduling beginning                 WOODSTOCK — There will be a FREE                System for closures. If the schools are closed
170 Church St.
928-3678                                                       ,
                                                        Sunday September 11, 2011                                  EXHIBIT from noon to 4 p.m. Sundays               or late start, the meeting is canceled. For
Rev. Gil Bourquin                                       Sunday school for both adults and children will            through December celebrating Woodstock’s          more information, call Rhonda Rooney at
Services: 11 a.m. Sunday; Russian language service,     begin at 9:15 a.m. Worship service will follow at 10:30    325th Anniversary at the Woodstock                508-987-0700 (rhondarooney@finsvcs.com);
5 p.m. Sunday; Youth group, 6 p.m. Friday; Bible        a.m. Visitors are always welcome.                                            ,
                                                                                                                   Historical Society 523 Route 169, Woodstock.
                                                        Pastor Mitch Santell                                                                                         Judy        Haines        at     860-774-3459
study, 7 p.m. Thursday; Guitar lessons, 2 p.m.                                                                     For more information, call 860-928-1035.          (judyhaines@msn.com) or Deb Tavernier at
Saturday; ESL, by appointment.
                                                        First Congregational Church, United Church of                                                                860-928-0545 (dtavernier@putnambank.com).
                                                        Christ, an Open & Affirming Church, 543 Route                 THOMPSON — The annual HARVEST
Putnam Assembly of God
25 Kennedy Drive                                        169, 860-928-7405, www.hillchurch.org. Sunday              PARTY at High Pointe Church, 1208                   DANIELSON — There is BINGO at St.
928-2794                                                Service: 10 a.m. Children attend first 15 minutes then     Thompson Road, Thompson, starts at 6 p.m.         James Church, 12 Franklin St., Danielson
Pastor: Gregg McKechnie                                 go to Rotational Workshop classes. Pastor: The Rev.                ,
                                                                                                                   Sunday Oct. 30 with a hot meal (meal deal         every Wednesday night in the downstairs
               ,
Service: Sunday 10 a.m.                                 Michael Ader.                                              tickets available in advance or at the door)      church hall. Game sales start at 6 p.m.
Other: Wednesday Family Night, 7 p.m.; Friday                                                                      and Trunk or Treating for children under 10       Games start at 7 p.m. Over $2000 is given
Youth Night: prayer 6 p.m., Youth Service 7 p.m.        North Woodstock Congregational
                                                        1227 Route 169                                             years old. Please no scary costumes. For          away each week. There are also progressive
                                                        (860) 963-2170                                             more information see www. gotohpc.org.            games. Food is available by the Knights of
B’nai Shalom (Conservative Synagogue)
125 Church Street, Putnam                               Sunday Worship: 10 a.m., Communion, first Sunday                                                             Columbus. All profits benefit St. James
125 Church Street, Putnam                               of the month                                                 N. GROSVENORDALE — The Knights of               School.
Co-Presidents: Linda Simons & Dr. Gail Dickinson-:                         ,
                                                        Tuesday Bible Study 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.                      Columbus Council 2087 will hold a special
(860) 928-7775 (leave a message)                                                                                   BREAKFAST BUFFET from 8 to 11 a.m.                  BROOKLYN – The Sarah Williams
Hebrew School Director: Sharon Colemman,                South Woodstock Baptist Church                                     ,
                                                                                                                   Sunday Oct. 30 in the Knights of Columbus
                                                        23 Roseland Park Road                                                                                        Danielson Chapter Daughters of the
401-647-5323                                                                                                       Hall, 1017 Riverside Drive, N. Grosvenordale.     American Revolution will host a HARVEST
Services: Fridays at 7 p.m.; Saturdays: 9 a.m.          www.southwoodstockbaptist.org
                                                        (860) 928-9341                                             The menu will consist of scrambled eggs,          TEA FOR LADIES Saturday, Nov. 12.
                                                        Sunday School, for all ages, 9 a.m.,                       pancakes, sausage, ham, baked beans, and          Assorted finger sandwiches, desserts, and
Jehovah Witnesses                                       Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.                                home fries. The cost is $7 per person. For        teas will be served from 2 to 4 p.m. at the
81 Thurber Road                                         Pastor: Bob Beckwith                                       more information, call 860-923-2967 or visit      Palmer Homestead, 36 Wolf Den Road,
928-4442                                                                                                           council2087@att.net. Proceeds will go to the      Brooklyn. Seating is limited. Call before Nov.
                                                        Northeast House Church                                     Thompson Public Library to support the
                                                        Location: From house to house
                                                                                                                                                                     2 for reservations. $25 per person prepaid
                   THOMPSON                                                                                        purchase of surveillance cameras.                 admission required. Call Marian 860-974-
                                                        Time: 1 p.m.
Creation Church                                         Contact: Matthew Durning, 928-7658                                                                           3032 or Lucy 860-774-9457. A highlight of the
47 West Thompson Road, Thompson                         The church has the Lord’s Supper as a full meal                                                              Harvest Tea will be a special presentation by
860-923-0455
Training Depot, Children’s Ministry nursery-6th
                                   ,
                                                        every Sunday followed by an open interactive partic-
                                                                       ,
                                                        ipatory meeting (closely following Acts 20:7 and
                                                                                                                              MONDAY                                 Kandie Carle, veteran theater performer,
                                                                                                                                                                     who will take guests on a journey of discov-
grade 10 a.m., Sundays                                  1Cor.14 26-39)
                                                        For more information, check out www.house-
                                                                                                                              OCTOBER 31                             ery of the American Civil War. Ms. Carle
St. Joseph Church
                                                                                                                                                                     will share her love of history by using vin-
                                                        church.info and www.ntrf.org
18 Main St., North Grosvenordale                                                                                     DANIELSON – There will be a WHIST               tage clothing and accessories to elaborate on
(860) 923-2361                                                                  REGION                             PARTY at 7 p.m. every Monday in the Maple         the lifestyles and customs of adults and chil-
www.stjoseph-sacredheart.net                                                                                       Court Community Room, Maple Street,               dren of the time period.
Pastor: Very Rev. Charles R. LeBlanc                    St Columba Anglican Church
                                                        Nichols College Chapel
                                                                                                                   Danielson.    $1     admission       charge.
                          ,
Weekday Masses: Monday 5 p.m.                                                                                      Refreshments included. Come join the fun.
         ,
Tuesday 7:15 a.m., Wednesday 7:15 a.m.
                             ,
                               ,
                                         ,
Weekend schedule, Saturday 4 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m.,
                                                        Center Rd.
                                                        Dudley, MA
                                                        860 243-3606
                                                                                                                   For more information, call 860-774-9324.                 THURSDAY
11 a.m.
                                                        Canon John Wesley Westcott III
                                                        10:00 a.m. Sunday Worship
                                                                                                                     POMFRET — The Pomfret FOOD
                                                                                                                   PANTRY for residents of the town of
                                                                                                                                                                              NOVEMBER 3
                                                                                                                   Pomfret is open Monday nights from 5:30-                               Turn To CALENDAR page 6
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        COMMUNITY CALENDAR
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                                                                                                                                                                       is Monday at 12 p.m. Send to
                                                                                                                                                                             Ann Tremnlay at
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                                                      for residents of the town of Pomfret is open
CALENDAR
continued from page   5                               Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Please
                                                      bring proper I.D. and proof of residence, for
                                                                                                                      MONDAY                                                  FRIDAY
  DAYVILLE — The Arc, Quinebaug Valley —
                                                      example, a copy of a phone or electric bill, etc.             NOVEMBER 14                                          NOVEMBER 18
                                                      Easy access at rear of the Pomfret Senior
help enhance our programs and complete                                                                       PUTNAM — The Quiet Corner TEA PARTY                  DAYVILLE — There will be a WHIST PARTY
                                                      Center eliminates any climbing of stairs.
agency building projects for individuals with                                                              PATRIOTS meet at 7 p.m. every second                 at 7 p.m. every Friday in St. Joseph Church
                                                      Also, the Pomfret Food Pantry will have a
intellectual, developmental, and other life-                                                               Monday of the month at 91 Main St., Putnam,          Hall in Dayville. $1 admission charge.
                                                      FREE TURKEY BASKET in November for
affecting disabilities by attending the fifth                                                              upstairs in the Tea Room. All meetings are           Refreshments included. Raffles. Come join the
                                                      qualified residents of the town of Pomfret.
annual CELEBRITY BARTENDER NIGHT                                                                           open to the public. The “Cup of Tea” presenta-       fun. For more information, call 860-774-9935.
                                                      People can sign up during regular open hours,
from 5 to 9 p.m. Nov. 3 at The Lake Restaurant,                                                            tion hour starts at 7 p.m. followed by a busi-
                                                      which are Monday nights from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
1717 Upper Maple St., Dayville. There will be                                                              ness meeting. Information can be found at
                                                      and Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
karaoke by Wolf Entertainment.
  For more information, call Sandy Barton or
                                                      the Pomfret Senior Center. We will also be
                                                      available for sign up on Wednesday Nov. 9 ,
                                                                                                           www.qctpp.org. Interest may be directed to
                                                                                                           860-974-9880. Donations of food for local food
                                                                                                                                                                            SUNDAY
Linda Lamoureux at 860-774-2827.
                                                      from 5 to 6 p.m. People need to sign up in
                                                      advance to receive the basket at a later date. If
                                                                                                           pantries is collected at every meeting.                       NOVEMBER 20
              FRIDAY                                  you are new to the Pantry please bring proper
                                                                                ,
                                                      I.D. and proof of residence (example: a copy of
                                                                                                             DANIELSON – There will be a WHIST
                                                                                                           PARTY at 7 p.m. every Monday in the Maple
                                                                                                                                                                  WOODSTOCK — There will be a FREE
                                                                                                                                                                EXHIBIT from noon to 4 p.m. Sundays through
                                                      your electric or phone bill, etc.). If people wish   Court Community Room, Maple Street,                  December celebrating Woodstock’s 325th
           NOVEMBER 4                                 to drop off food donations, we can receive           Danielson.     $1     admission      charge.         Anniversary at the Woodstock Historical
                                                      them during these hours as well.                     Refreshments included. Come join the fun. For               ,
                                                                                                                                                                Society 523 Route 169, Woodstock. For more
  DAYVILLE — There will be a WHIST                                                                         more information, call 860-774-9324.                 information, call 860-928-1035.
PARTY at 7 p.m. every Friday in St. Joseph
Church Hall in Dayville. $1 admission charge.
                                                            WEDNESDAY
Refreshments included. Raffles. Come join the
fun. For more information, call 860-774-9935.
                                                                NOVEMBER 9                                   POMFRET — The Pomfret FOOD PANTRY                             MONDAY
                                                                                                           for residents of the town of Pomfret is open
                                                                                                           Monday nights from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Please bring                NOVEMBER 21
         SATURDAY                                       THOMPSON — Celebrate Recovery (a
                                                      Christ-centered life RECOVERY PROGRAM)               proper I.D. and proof of residence, for exam-
                                                                                                           ple, a copy of a phone or electric bill, etc. Easy     DANIELSON – There will be a WHIST
                                                      from 7 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday at the High                                                              PARTY at 7 p.m. every Monday in the Maple
           NOVEMBER 5                                 Point Church, 1208 Thompson Road,                    access at rear of the Pomfret Senior Center
                                                                                                           eliminates any climbing of stairs. Also, the         Court Community Room, Maple Street,
                                                      Thompson Faith Avenue, Thompson. Do you                                                                   Danielson. $1 admission charge. Refreshments
  WEST THOMPSON — The West Thompson                   wear a mask that hides your depression,              Pomfret Food Pantry will have a FREE
                                                                                                           TURKEY BASKET in November for qualified              included. Come join the fun. For more infor-
Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary will be              anger, addiction, pain, guilt, fear? Check us                                                             mation, call 860-774-9324.
holding a CRAFT AND VENDOR FAIR from 8                out online, or attend a meeting. Call 508-832-       residents of the town of Pomfret. People can
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday Nov. 5 at the fire sta-
                        ,                             5044 for more information.                           sign up during regular open hours, which are
                                                                                                           Monday nights from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and               POMFRET — The Pomfret FOOD PANTRY
tion,   248     W.   Thompson        Road,     N.                                                                                                               for residents of the town of Pomfret is open
Grosvenordale. Tables are available for $20. If         WOODSTOCK — Children’s STORY HOUR                  Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the
                                                                                                           Pomfret Senior Center. We will also be avail-        Monday nights from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Please bring
interested, call Sherry at 860-928-6076. All pro-     meets each Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the West                                                             proper I.D. and proof of residence, for exam-
ceeds benefit the W. Thompson Fire                    Woodstock Library at the 5 Bungay Hill                                                ,
                                                                                                           able for sign up on Wednesday Nov. 9 from 5 to
                                                                                                           6 p.m. People need to sign up in advance to          ple, a copy of a phone or electric bill, etc. Easy
Department Ladies Auxiliary    .                      Connector, Woodstock. Join us for stories,                                                                access at rear of the Pomfret Senior Center
                                                      songs and crafts! We welcome all little ones,        receive the basket at a later date. If you are
                                                                                                           new to the Pantry please bring proper I.D. and
                                                                                                                              ,                                 eliminates any climbing of stairs. Also, the
  N. GROSVENORDALE – The American                     from babies to preschoolers! No registration                                                              Pomfret Food Pantry will have a FREE
Legion Family Post 67, Route 200, N.                  required. For more information, call 860-974-        proof of residence (example: a copy of your
                                                                                                           electric or phone bill, etc.). If people wish to     TURKEY BASKET in November for qualified
Grosvenordale, will hold a HAM AND BEAN               0376.                                                                                                     residents of the town of Pomfret. People can
DINNER from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday Nov. 5. The
                                     ,                                                                     drop off food donations, we can receive them
                                                                                                           during these hours as well.                          sign up during regular open hours, which are
cost is $10 per person. Call 860-923-9203 for tick-     DAYVILLE — We would like to invite you to                                                               Monday nights from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and
ets. Tickets will also be available at the door.      visit our chapter, the Quiet Corner BNI                                                                   Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the
                                                      (Business Network International) from 7:30 to
  EAST WOODSTOCK — There will be a
HOLLY ‘n’ HARVEST FAIR from 10 a.m. to 2
                                                      9 a.m. every Wednesday at the Comfort Inn &
                                                      Suites, 16 Tracy Road, Dayville. BNI is one of
                                                                                                                      TUESDAY                                   Pomfret Senior Center. We will also be avail-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ,
                                                                                                                                                                able for sign up on Wednesday Nov. 9 from 5 to
                                                                                                                                                                6 p.m. People need to sign up in advance to
p.m. Saturday Nov. 5 at the East Woodstock
               ,
Congregational Church. For more informa-
                                                      the strongest business networking groups in                   NOVEMBER 15                                 receive the basket at a later date. If you are
                                                      Connecticut. Twenty-five business owners                                                                                    ,
                                                                                                                                                                new to the Pantry please bring proper I.D. and
tion call 860-928-7449.                               from the Quiet Corner BNI chapter meet to              WOODSTOCK —Tuesday evening BIBLE                   proof of residence (example: a copy of your
                                                      exchange business referrals and leads. BNI           STUDY of the Psalms from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at        electric or phone bill, etc.). If people wish to
                                                      follows the Killingly School System for clo-         the North Woodstock Congregational Church,
             SUNDAY                                   sures. If the schools are closed or late start,
                                                      the meeting is canceled. For more informa-
                                                                                                           1227 Rte 169, Woodstock. Greg Wilmot, study
                                                                                                           leader. For more information, call 860-963-
                                                                                                                                                                drop off food donations, we can receive them
                                                                                                                                                                during these hours as well.

           NOVEMBER 6                                 tion, call Rhonda Rooney at 508-987-0700 (rhon-      2170.

  WOODSTOCK — There will be a FREE
                                                      darooney@finsvcs.com); Judy Haines at 860-
                                                      774-3459 (judyhaines@msn.com) or Deb                   REGIONAL — WORDS OF PEACE, a practi-                          TUESDAY
                                                                                                           cal way to go inside and experience that joy on
EXHIBIT from noon to 4 p.m. Sundays
through December celebrating Woodstock’s
                                                      Tavernier at 860-928-0545 (dtavernier@put-
                                                      nambank.com).                                        CTV14 Channel 14 at 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays for                    NOVEMBER 22
325th Anniversary at the Woodstock                                                                         Thompson, Woodstock, Pomfret, Brooklyn
                                                                                                           and Eastford.                                          WOODSTOCK —Tuesday evening BIBLE
Historical Society 523 Route 169, Woodstock.
                  ,                                     DANIELSON — There is BINGO at St.
                                                                                                                                                                STUDY of the Psalms from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at
For more information, call 860-928-1035.              James Church, 12 Franklin St., Danielson
                                                                                                             POMFRET — The Pomfret FOOD PANTRY                  the North Woodstock Congregational Church,
                                                      every Wednesday night in the downstairs
                                                                                                           for residents of the town of Pomfret is open         1227 Rte 169, Woodstock. Greg Wilmot, study
  PUTNAM —The Aspinock Historical                     church hall. Game sales start at 6 p.m. Games
                                                                                                           Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Please        leader. For more information, call 860-963-2170.
Society of Putnam will have a joint program           start at 7 p.m. Over $2000 is given away each
with the VFW on at the VFW Hall, Providence           week. There are also progressive games. Food         bring proper I.D. and proof of residence, for
                                                                                                           example, a copy of a phone or electric bill, etc.      REGIONAL — WORDS OF PEACE, a practi-
Street, Putnam at 2 p.m. Sunday Nov. 6. This
                                 ,                    is available by the Knights of Columbus. All
                                                                                                           Easy access at rear of the Pomfret Senior            cal way to go inside and experience that joy on
program, led for the AHS by Fab Cutler, will be       profits benefit St. James School.
                                                                                                           Center eliminates any climbing of stairs.            CTV14 Channel 14 at 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays for
a tribute to those Putnam people who served,                                                                                                                    Thompson, Woodstock, Pomfret, Brooklyn and
gave their lives, and were buried in overseas                                                              Also, the Pomfret Food Pantry will have a
American cemeteries. If anyone has journals
or memories of their World War II service
                                                                    FRIDAY                                 FREE TURKEY BASKET in November for
                                                                                                           qualified residents of the town of Pomfret.
                                                                                                                                                                Eastford.

                                                                                                                                                                  POMFRET — The Pomfret FOOD PANTRY
experience, or family members’ service, we
would be very interested in having you share
                                                               NOVEMBER 11                                 People can sign up during regular open hours,
                                                                                                           which are Monday nights from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.       for residents of the town of Pomfret is open
                                                                                                           and Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at        Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Please
them, or better yet, having written copies of           DAYVILLE — There will be a WHIST                                                                        bring proper I.D. and proof of residence, for
same for our archives. Over 1200 Putnam peo-          PARTY at 7 p.m. every Friday in St. Joseph           the Pomfret Senior Center. We will also be
                                                                                                           available for sign up on Wednesday Nov. 9 ,          example, a copy of a phone or electric bill, etc.
ple served in the military during World War II.       Church Hall in Dayville. $1 admission charge.                                                             Easy access at rear of the Pomfret Senior
There were 35 Putnam people killed, and more          Refreshments included. Raffles. Come join the        from 5 to 6 p.m. People need to sign up in
                                                                                                           advance to receive the basket at a later date. If    Center eliminates any climbing of stairs. Also,
than a dozen of those were buried overseas.           fun. For more information, call 860-774-9935.                                                             the Pomfret Food Pantry will have a FREE
                                                                                                                                     ,
                                                                                                           you are new to the Pantry please bring proper
                                                                                                           I.D. and proof of residence (example: a copy of      TURKEY BASKET in November for qualified
                                                        DAYVILLE — Autism Awareness SUPPORT
           MONDAY                                     GROUP MEETING will be held at 6 p.m. at Nia
                                                      Connecticut in Dayville. These meetings will
                                                                                                           your electric or phone bill, etc.). If people wish
                                                                                                           to drop off food donations, we can receive
                                                                                                                                                                residents of the town of Pomfret. People can
                                                                                                                                                                sign up during regular open hours, which are
                                                                                                                                                                Monday nights from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and
           NOVEMBER 7                                 be sponsored the second Friday of each               them during these hours as well.
                                                                                                                                                                Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the
                                                      month. Join other parents and or caretakers                                                               Pomfret Senior Center. We will also be avail-
                                                      to share information and work together on
  DANIELSON – There will be a WHIST
PARTY at 7 p.m. every Monday in the Maple             creating a network of information. Children
                                                      may attend. For more information, contact
                                                                                                                 WEDNESDAY                                                                       ,
                                                                                                                                                                able for sign up on Wednesday Nov. 9 from 5 to
                                                                                                                                                                6 p.m. People need to sign up in advance to
Court Community Room, Maple Street,                                                                                                                             receive the basket at a later date. If you are
Danielson.     $1     admission      charge.          Nancy at 860-208-4712 or John at 860-779-1303.                NOVEMBER 16                                                   ,
                                                                                                                                                                new to the Pantry please bring proper I.D. and
Refreshments included. Come join the fun. For         Please call or mail jdsnell@mindspring.com                                                                proof of residence (example: a copy of your
more information, call 860-774-9324.                  to confirm attendance.                                 THOMPSON — Celebrate Recovery (a                   electric or phone bill, etc.). If people wish to
                                                                                                           Christ-centered life RECOVERY PROGRAM)               drop off food donations, we can receive them
  POMFRET — The Pomfret FOOD PANTRY                                                                        from 7 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday at the High         during these hours as well.
for residents of the town of Pomfret is open
Monday nights from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Please bring
                                                               SATURDAY                                    Point Church, 1208 Thompson Road,
                                                                                                           Thompson Faith Avenue, Thompson. Do you
proper I.D. and proof of residence, for exam-
ple, a copy of a phone or electric bill, etc. Easy
                                                               NOVEMBER 12                                 wear a mask that hides your depression,
                                                                                                           anger, addiction, pain, guilt, fear? Check us              WEDNESDAY
                                                                                                           out online, or attend a meeting. Call 508-832-
access at rear of the Pomfret Senior Center
eliminates any climbing of stairs. Also, the
                                                        BROOKLYN — Those veterans will never
                                                      truly be “home” until they can reconcile with        5044 for more information.                                    NOVEMBER 23
Pomfret Food Pantry will have a FREE                  God and answer the question “Where was God                                                                  THOMPSON — Celebrate Recovery (a
TURKEY BASKET in November for qualified               in Vietnam? To that end, the Open Bible                WOODSTOCK — Children’s STORY HOUR
                                                                                                           meets each Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the West        Christ-centered life RECOVERY PROGRAM)
residents of the town of Pomfret. People can          Baptist Church is forming a DISCUSSION                                                                    from 7 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday at the High
sign up during regular open hours, which are          GROUP to meet one Saturday afternoon per             Woodstock Library at the 5 Bungay Hill
                                                                                                           Connector, Woodstock. Join us for stories,           Point Church, 1208 Thompson Road,
Monday nights from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and              month. It will be led by to Vietnam Veterans,                                                             Thompson Faith Avenue, Thompson. Do you
Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the         and Pastor Rick Davis will be there to answer        songs and crafts! We welcome all little ones,
                                                                                                           from babies to preschoolers! No registration         wear a mask that hides your depression, anger,
Pomfret Senior Center. We will also be avail-         your questions and help make sense of the                                                                 addiction, pain, guilt, fear? Check us out
able for sign up on Wednesday Nov. 9 from 5 to
                                 ,                    things that are preventing many Vietnam              required. For more information, call 860-974-
                                                                                                           0376.                                                online, or attend a meeting. Call 508-832-5044
6 p.m. People need to sign up in advance to           Veterans from finding the peace and happi-                                                                for more information.
receive the basket at a later date. If you are        ness in life they so richly deserve. This group
new to the Pantry please bring proper I.D. and
                   ,                                  will be for Vietnam veterans ONLY and will             DAYVILLE — We would like to invite you to            WOODSTOCK — Children’s STORY HOUR
proof of residence (example: a copy of your           begin held at 2 p.m. on the second Saturday of       visit our chapter, the Quiet Corner BNI              meets each Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the West
electric or phone bill, etc.). If people wish to      each month thereafter. The Group will meet           (Business Network International) from 7:30 to        Woodstock Library at the 5 Bungay Hill
drop off food donations, we can receive them          downstairs at the Church located at the corner       9 a.m. every Wednesday at the Comfort Inn &          Connector, Woodstock. Join us for stories,
during these hours as well.                           of Prince Hill Road and Route 6 in Brooklyn          Suites, 16 Tracy Road, Dayville. BNI is one of       songs and crafts! We welcome all little ones,
                                                      (the Old Brooklyn Grange building). There is         the strongest business networking groups in          from babies to preschoolers! No registration
                                                      no charge for participating other than a cou-        Connecticut. Twenty-five business owners             required. For more information, call 860-974-
           TUESDAY                                    ple of hours per month. For information call
                                                      Vietnam veteran Rich Hall at (407) 461-9568.
                                                                                                           from the Quiet Corner BNI chapter meet to
                                                                                                           exchange business referrals and leads. BNI
                                                                                                                                                                0376.
                                                                                                                                                                   DAYVILLE — We would like to invite you to
           NOVEMBER 8                                                                                      follows the Killingly School System for clo-
                                                                                                           sures. If the schools are closed or late start,      visit our chapter, the Quiet Corner BNI
                                                                                                                                                                (Business Network International) from 7:30 to
  WOODSTOCK —Tuesday evening BIBLE
STUDY of the Psalms from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at
                                                                  SUNDAY                                   the meeting is canceled. For more informa-
                                                                                                           tion, call Rhonda Rooney at 508-987-0700 (rhon-      9 a.m. every Wednesday at the Comfort Inn &
                                                                                                                                                                Suites, 16 Tracy Road, Dayville. BNI is one of
                                                                                                           darooney@finsvcs.com); Judy Haines at 860-
the North Woodstock Congregational Church,
1227 Rte 169, Woodstock. Greg Wilmot, study
                                                               NOVEMBER 13                                 774-3459 (judyhaines@msn.com) or Deb                 the strongest business networking groups in
                                                                                                           Tavernier at 860-928-0545 (dtavernier@put-           Connecticut. Twenty-five business owners
leader. For more information, call 860-963-             WOODSTOCK — There will be a FREE                                                                        from the Quiet Corner BNI chapter meet to
                                                                                                           nambank.com).
2170.                                                 EXHIBIT from noon to 4 p.m. Sundays                                                                       exchange business referrals and leads. BNI fol-
                                                      through December celebrating Woodstock’s               DANIELSON — There is BINGO at St.                  lows the Killingly School System for closures.
  REGIONAL — WORDS OF PEACE, a practi-                325th Anniversary at the Woodstock                                                                        If the schools are closed or late start, the meet-
                                                                                                           James Church, 12 Franklin St., Danielson
cal way to go inside and experience that joy on                         ,
                                                      Historical Society 523 Route 169, Woodstock.                                                              ing is canceled. For more information, call
                                                                                                           every Wednesday night in the downstairs
CTV14 Channel 14 at 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays for            For more information, call 860-928-1035.                                                                  Rhonda Rooney at 508-987-0700 (rhonda-
                                                                                                           church hall. Game sales start at 6 p.m. Games
Thompson, Woodstock, Pomfret, Brooklyn                                                                                                                          rooney@finsvcs.com); Judy Haines at 860-774-
                                                                                                           start at 7 p.m. Over $2000 is given away each
and Eastford.                                                                                                                                                   3459 (judyhaines@msn.com) or Deb Tavernier
                                                                                                           week. There are also progressive games. Food
                                                                                                           is available by the Knights of Columbus. All         at                                   860-928-0545
  POMFRET — The Pomfret FOOD PANTRY                                                                                                                             (dtavernier@putnambank.com).
                                                                                                           profits benefit St. James School.
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   (2) 350 Chevy                                             Traditional Dining                Snowmobile Thinsulate                                              Your Living Room
   Marine 400HP
                                  2 New Bucket Seats
                                     for Mini Van                                              Jacket, Liner, Bibpants.           BRAND NEW                         Ethan Allen
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Thomasville
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Walnut                  Oil Filled Electric Radiator
                                                             Room Set For Sale                     Women’s Medium.               BISSELL SPOT                                                   French Provincial                         $15
    Race Motors                       $100 OBO                    From the Glenwood                  “Like New”                                                      Love Seat               38”x55”Oval Table, 2-20”
   With Aluminum Intake
    Manifolds And Holly           Call: 508-885-3136         Collection, in great condition.         $175 OBO                      BOT RUG                          With Wood/Fabric                  Leafs,                       Machine Stand
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       $15
                                                                                                                                                                Ottoman. 30 Years Young!
Carburetors. Good For Either       Or: 860-888-5207
                                                                    $800 firm                    BOSSCAT Helmet                    CLEANER                         Excellent Condition.
                                                                                                                                                                                             2 Armed, 4 straight Cain
                                                                                                                                                                                             backed chairs, 6’ Buffet,
 Rebuilds, Or Parts Engine                                                                     With Fog-Reducing 3-Way
    $1500 For The Pair             2 Pianos                    Call: 508-407-7244
                                                                                                Vapor Control System.              FOR SALE                            $400 FIRM
                                                                                                                                                                      Webster
                                                                                                                                                                                               Custom Table Pads.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     $1800
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Brimfield...
    Call 508-259-8805                                                                                Unisex Small.                • Only Used Twice!!                                                                         Call: 203.574.0692
                               Both In Excellent Condition           AC & DC                                                                                        860-657-6128                  Call Between                       (cell)
                                Price Includes Tuning &
                                                                                                       $150 OBO                  • Comes with a 5 Year                                          4:00pm & 6:30pm
                               Move To 1st Floor Location            WELDER                          508-783-3825                Warranty & 2 Bottles of
                                                                                                                                                                   Computer/TV                    508-867-4773
  (6) HEPA Filters               In Worcester County.                 180-140                                                      Cleaning Solution.                                                                               For Sale
        1/3HP, 120V                  Please Call                        $250.00                   Bassett King                                                       Armoire                                                34’’x28’’ Vinyl Replacement
                                    508-885-3705                                                                                     ONLY $130!!!                         $75                        Doors
      2x4 Area Output
   Floor Or Wall-Mount                                                Electric                    Waterbed Set                     Call: 860-774-6677                                                                              Window- $40
                                                                                                   Featuring Solid Oak                                               Circa-1955                 Soild Wood Interior
  Great For Woodworking
            Area.
                                       2003                         Wood Splitter
                                                                      6-ton Mod                Construction With Dovetail                                          Stereo Console                   (1) 78”x18”
                                                                                                                                                                                                        $15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Glass Sliding Tub Door-$10
      Cost New $1000               Damon                               $300.00                     Design, Four Drawer                Childcraft                        $50
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Call: 508-867-6775
                                                                                                Pedestal Stand, Bookcase                                                                            (1) 78”x30”
  Sell For $125 Each OBO                                                                                                             Sleigh Crib                   MAKE AN OFFER!
                                 Challenger                      Irish Parlor Heater
                                                                 14”, Wood, Air Tight,
                                                                                               Headboard, Monterey 1000
                                                                                               Firm Mattress With Heater,                  $200                     508-347-3193            Exterior Prehung Steel-Clad
                                                                                                                                                                                             Wood Core 32” x81” With
    Call 5pm-8:30pm
     508-867-6546                Motor Home                           Blue Met.
                                                                       $300.00
                                                                                                    Side Rails, Dresser           Antique Oak China              Coolant System                65” x 17” Glass Panel              FOR SALE
                                       Gas Engine                                                    And Nightstand.                                                                                    $30
                                                                                                Regular Mattress Can Be            Closet (1940’s)              1/4HP 208/230V 3-Phase                                       Antique Dining Room Set-
                                 Allison Transmission                Call Joe at                  Substituted If Desired.               Asking $300                6-Gallon Flood-Type              Windows                 Chippendale Mahogany table
                                 Work Horse Chassis                1-508-278-3211                   (But Not Included)                                                 $300 New                                             with 2 leaves, 5 chairs, hutch
                                                                                                                                       Cradle Bed                                            (4) Double-Pane Sunroom                and credenza.
                                       24 K Miles                                                       $450                                                           $150 OBO                   Tinted, 47” x 31”
                                      1-Slide Out                ADULT GO-GO                                                             For Infant                                                                             Excellent condition!!
                                                                   ULTRA X                          860-779-3304                           $300                 120V 6-Gallon Flood-Type
                                 Queen Size Bedroom                                                                                                                  Coolant System               508-949-7608                     Asking $800
                                    Asking $45,000             3-WHEEL SCOOTER                   Beautiful Large                      508-234-2631                     $300 New                                                 Call: 508-943-8712
                                    price is negotialbe             260 lb. weight                Vintage 50’s                                                         $150 OBO               Double Window
                                    860-928-2820                    Cover included
                                                                                                  Bedroom Set                       COAL STOVE                                               New, Vetter High Pro 4
                                   or 860-923-3071                Comes in 3 pieces
                                                                                                                                     FOR SALE
                                                                                                                                                                    Call 5pm-8:30pm
                                                                                                                                                                     508-867-6546               With Screens.                     FOR SALE
                                                                   Used only once                         $500                                                                                                                    Cemetery or Pet
    Paying Top                    2004 Polaris                       $700.00 firm                                                Alaska Channing III Stoker
                                                                                                                                                                                              Measures 76”Long
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Monuments: Beautiful
                                                                  Call 508-234-5658                Electric Recliner                                            Craftsman Model                     61”High
      Dollar                       Preditor 90                                                            $150                   with legs, green along with
                                                                                                                                 6’’ piping. Has all original   113 Dual Sander                    $650 OBO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              stained glass & concrete
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  cemetery stones.
    For Silver Coins,               Always Garaged             AFFORDABLE                      Marble-Top End Tables                     paperwork.                                           Call 508-259-8805                   Hexagon 16”x18”
     Silver Dollars,                    $1100                USED FURNITURE                       & Coffee Table                                                    For Sale                                                (2) w/ cross and flowers left
                                    860-608-3402                                                                                         $2,000 firm                  24x6’’ Belt
      Gold Coins,                                                                                    $150 For The Set
                                                                                                                                New Stove alone is $2,650!!        9’’ Side Sander
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Electric                  (1) w/ flowers sit flush with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     landscape.
     Paper Money.                                            We have good used furniture                                                                                                       Dentist’s Chair
                                  2009 Triumph                  at low prices and new
                                                                                                All In Excellent Condition.         call : 508-347-2050          On Stand With Legs                                                  $125.00 ea
 Banks Recommend Us!                America                   mattress sets of all sizes.           508-885-3717                                                     and Wheels.               Full Lift & Tilt. Would
                                                                                                                                 Coleman Electric                                            Make A Great Tattoo Chair.          Dirt Bikes for sale:
                                865cc, 1,800 miles, many              Twins-$89                Biolet Composting                                                         $125
  We Travel To You!                    options!!!                     Full-$119
                                                                                                                                    Generator                    call: 860-974-1841
                                                                                                                                                                                                     $250 OBO
                                                                                                                                                                                                   508-987-6395
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               (1) 2004 Honda CRF70
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               (1) 2005 Honda CRF50
FREE Honest Appraisals                   $5,995                      Queen-$159                       Toilet                           5000W, 10HP
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Like new, garaged w/less
                                                                                                                                          $425
  We Operate By The                                             Pickup or Delivery!!!
                                                                                                 Great For Cabins!                                                      Desk                  Electric Rascal               than 5hrs riding time on each
    Golden Rule!               1988 John Deere                 Call Phil: 508-752-0100
                                                                                                       $600                         Stihl Chainsaw                        $70                   Wheelchair                             $750ea
                               332 Lawn Tractor                   100 Grand Street             Whole-House Ventilator                   MS290, 20”                 Solid Wood, Glass          Large, Never Been Used.
     L&L Coin                   18HP diesel mower. plow.        Worcester, MA 01610                        $25                           X-Chain.
                                                                                                                                          $325
                                                                                                                                                                 & Wood Top 42” x 76”,                 $1500
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Call: 860-299-5925
       Call Tom                   cart & rake included                                                                                                          Base 32” x 59”, 6 Drawers
                                                                                               (3) Antique Wood Windows                                                                        Old Tavern Table
     508-450-1282                     $1,200 OBO              Angle Iron Cutter                         $75 Each                      Craftsman Air                 508-987-9211                                                  FOR SALE
                                                                                                                                                                                                Over 100 Years Old!
                                Call: 860-212-8794
                                                                For Shelving                         Small Shutters
                                                                                                                                       Compressor
                                                                                                                                                                   Diamond                             $400                  Graco Tradeworks 150
                                                               4W296, HK Potter 2790                                               5HP, 20 Gallon, Extras.                                                                   Spray Painter- 2 years
                                                                                                         $4 Each
                                                               Normally Sells For $700                                                     $150                   Marquis Ring                Slant-Top Desk                 old, used only twice!!
    15 Hummels                       2200                             $90 OBO                       413-245-7388                    Reddy Air Heater              Beautiful, New,               Over 100 Years Old             Priced over $700
  Age 20-40 Years Old,
                                  Sports Cards                     Call 5pm-8:30pm                                                   Kerosene, 65k BTU                Appraised                 In Perfect Condition              Asking $500
                                Mostly Stars & Rookies                                                                                      $40                     & Paid $4700                        $300                    Call after 5 pm:
    Private Collection,        Baseball, Football, Hockey,          508-867-6546                 Blue Cushion                                                      14kt 18 Rd. 58                  508-764-8801                  774-452-2667
  Housed In Glass Hutch,         Basketball, And More!                                           Rocking Chair                     Traveling Sprinkler          Semimount Diamond
     Serious Buyers,                                          Antique Crawford                                                              $20
          $3,000                          $50
                                                                Parlor Stove                          $20                                                       Marquis .74 Carat, Will      ELECTRIC TYPE                          For Sale
      860-779-6373                   508-864-9223                                                                                       Spray Doc                  Sell $4500 Firm               WRITER                        Living room furniture,
                                                                   Square Model,                Stephen King’s                            3 Gallon                 860-779-6373                                             Lamps, Stereo,Entertainment
                                    4 Boxes Of                      Dated 1919.
                                                                                                     Books                                  $10                                                 Never Used                      Center, Glass Tables,
                                                                  When Refurbished,                                                                               Diamond Ring
                                 USBORNE-BOOKS                     Sells For $3800                  $1 each                           586-419-1040                                              Paid $200                   Bedroom Set, Paintings and
                                                                                                                                                                Gents 14K Yellow & White                                        Nordic Trac Exercise
  1950’s Blond                   Learning Wrap-Ups
                                 & Kids Kits, 40% Off
                                                                   Asking $1400                  508-764-2274                        Commercial                   Gold. Center Diamond         Asking $150                          Equipment.
                                                                 (Un-Refurbished)                                                                                                             508-987-5137
  Bedroom Set                     Floor Racks $20 Each             508-873-7348                    Brand New                          Equipment                  90/100 Surrounded By
                                                                                                                                                                   6 03/100 Diamonds.                                              508-839-3142
 Bureau, Mirror, Chest,                                                                                                            Slush Puppy Machine,
      Full & Twin
                                  Table Racks $10 Each             508-476-7250                   14” Chrome                     Upright Freezer (2 Door),
                                                                                                                                                                     All Fine Brilliance
                                                                                                                                                                26 Year Old Appraisal Was
                                                                                                                                                                                            Electrical Material                    508-839-2181
                               Misc Business Supplies $35                                                                                                                                    Industrial, Commercial,
     Headboards.                                                                                Knock-Off Rims                      2-Door Soda Cooler,                    $5560
                                                               Antique Open Jelly                                                                                                                    Residential
 $75.00 or best offer!
                                  Call 508-867-9650
                                                                    Cupboard                     With New Radial Tires!
                                                                                                                                Chicken Barb., Counter Grill,
                                                                                                                                 Donut Machine, Counters.
                                                                                                                                                                 Will Sell For Same Now!    Wire, Pipe, Fittings, Relays,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Ford Grill
                                  454 350HP                       Household Items                     $125 EACH                                                     774-232-0407              Coils, Overloads, Fuses,            Fits 82-86 F-150
                                                                                                                                  Each piece for $150.00                                                                                 $20
                                                                                                  (Set Of 4 Available)                                                                           Breakers, Meters,
  Call 508-735-9493              Marine Engine                        Furniture                     508-885-1071
                                                                                                                                    All Must Go ASAP!           DINING ROOM SET               Punches, Pipe-Benders.
                                  Complete & Running.               Kitchen Items                                                      508-278-7522
                                                                                                                                                                   2 leaves, 6 chairs.                                         Pine Coffee Table
                               Includes Alternator, Power           Collectibles                      Cameras                                                      Excellent condition.        New Recessed Troffer                      $40
  1985 Palamino                Steering Pump, Raw Water         Everything Must Go!
                                                                                                                                 ENTERTAINMENT                          $200.00.                Flourescent 3-Tube
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 CD/DVD Cabinet
                                                                                                Several 35MM Cameras                                                                             T-8 277V Fixtures
  Pop-Up Camper
                                       Pump, Etc.
                                                                    508-367-0756                  Cannons & Pentex.                 CENTER                         Call 860-779-6575
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Enclosed                   Holds 100 Or More
                                         $3500                                                                                  4 Piece Thomasville (pecan)                                                                             $25
                                                                   For Appointment                       Also:                                                                                        $56 Each
     For Sale                      Call 508-259-8805
                                                                                                 8MM Movie Cameras                  Includes Glass Curio             FOR SALE                    Call 5pm-8:30pm                  413-262-9990
                                                                                                                                       With Lighting,
    Sleeps 6, Very Clean       55 Gallon Plastic                    Baldwin                             Tripods                   Component & TV Space,         Spotting Scope 20 Power            508-867-6546
                                                                                                    Lots Of Extras!
    Condition, Like New             Drums                        Spinnet Piano                                                  Open And Enclosed Storage,         With Car Window                                          Furniture For Sale
          $1,100
                                      $20 Each                    Light Brown Color                $300 For The Lot                Very Good Condition,             Attachment- $60             Exercise                    •Colonial love seat rocker
                                                                         $500                        Call After 4pm                    $1200 OBO
   Call: 774-230-9017
                                    860-923-3569                   508-885-4320                      508-987-5515                     508-461-9285                 Call: 508-867-9386          Equipment                           •Hall mirror
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 •Oak TV cabinet
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Gunthy Rinker             •Rock maple bedroom set
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Fitness Flyer                  •Dropleaf desk
                                                          Town-to-Town                                                                                                                             Health Rider
                                                                                                                                                                                             Weslo Cadence Electric
                                                                                                                                                                                              Motorized Treadmill
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             •Twin headboard/frame
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    •Bookcase
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              •Computer desk/chair
                                                                                                                                                                                             Bmi Universal Weight


                CLASSIFIEDS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                •2 beige recliners
                                                                                                                                                                                              Center Cable/Pulley             •Small storage cabinet
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Guided,                •Antique suitcase stand
                                                                                                                                                                                              All in good condition
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Lot price                 Call: 508-795-3865
                                                              HOME TOWN SERVICE, BIG TIME RESULTS                                                                                                    $350.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Takes It All!
                                                                                                                                                                                                  508-867-0196                    Golf Items
        TO PLACE YOUR AD CALL TOLL FREE OR EMAIL YOUR AD TO US
                                                                                                                                                                                            Five Piece Pine                        For Sale
                classifieds@villagernewspapers.com                                                                                                                                           Bedroom Set
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                •Golf-Wilson Bad $50
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 •Callaway/Big Bertha

                               1-800-536-5836                                                                                       Your Ad Will Appear
                                                                                                                               In All Four Villager Newspapers
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Queen Headboard
                                                                                                                                                                                                 36” 6-drawer chest
                                                                                                                                                                                                64” 9-drawer dresser
                                                                                                                                                                                                     W/Mirror,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Irons 3-9 Great Big Bertha
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  #10,p,w mint $225
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               •Putters, Wedges, SW,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Retriever, Travel Bag, Covers
 RATES:                                                                                                                       and our website for one low price.                                 Excellent Condition         & Golf Caddy, Mint, Holds
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Bag, Clubs, Shoes $55
                                                                                                                                                                                                3 Drawer Night Stand

   RUN UNTIL SOLD                                                                                                                                                                                     $550.00

                                                                                         $
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Call (860)315-7365

   • 30 Words or Less; No Pets/Animals or Businesses
                                                                                                                               PUTNAM VILLAGER                                              If No Answer Please Leave A
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Message
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Heavy Colonial
                                                                                                                                                                                                  860-779-9868
   • Ad Runs Until You Stop It (Up To One Year)                                                                                                                                                                                   Table
                                                                                                                              THOMPSON VILLAGER                                                   FOR SALE                          Trestle Base
                                                                                                                                                                                              • Chrysler A/C 22x24 220V       Solid Top: 5.5’ x 3’ x 3”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Captain’s Chair
   “All other” Classifieds - (RUNS IN ALL 4 PAPERS!)                                      1 Week $16.00                       WOODSTOCK VILLAGER                                                          $50
                                                                                                                                                                                            • Window A/C 20’’x20’’ 110V
                                                                                                                                                                                                          $35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mate’s Chair
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            4 Ladder-Back Caned Chairs
   • 30 Words or Less.                                                                    2 Weeks $24.00                                                                                          • Twin Window Fan         (2 New Seats, 2 Beat Seats)
   • Business ads, Help Wanted, Real Estate, Animals, etc.                                4 Weeks $40.00                      KILLINGLY VILLAGER                                            Thermostat/Reversible Motor
                                                                                                                                                                                                          $20
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ALL $250
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  508-683-6386

                                                                                                                                                                                               Call: 508-347-7013                HOT WATER
   To use this coupon, simply write your ad below:                                                                                                                                                FOR SALE                        HEATERS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Natural Gas
   You can include a check, or WE WILL BE HAPPY TO BILL YOU LATER!                                                                                                                          16’ Canoe- one end square 2
                                                                                                                                                                                            horsepower gas motor $450
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Brand New!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                40, 50, & 80 Gallons
   Write Your Ad Here (or attach copy)                                                                                                                                                          Call: 508-373-2792
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Large Selection!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   $150 And Up.
    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                                                                                    Call Keith
    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                                                                  FOR SALE                        508-524-9328
                                                                                                                                                                                               • 4 Anderson patio
    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                                              windows with frames               HOVEROUND
     _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                                           • Outside wooden door           New, Used 2 Times
                                                                                                                                                                                              with glass and frame,          Only, Serious Buyers
                                                                                                                                                                                                 plus storm door                 Only $1300
   Name: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
   Address: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                                                   Best Offer                         Crib
   Town: ________________________________________________________Zip:__________________Phone:________________                                                                                     860-774-5020              New, Used Only Once,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 All Parts &
   Email (Optional) _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                                             Full-Length                       Mattress
   Mail or Fax to: Villager Newpapers-Town-To-Town Classifieds, 25 Elm Street, Southbridge, MA 01550 (Fax 508-909-4053)                                                                        Faux Fur Coat                        $100
   Or email your ad to us at: classifieds@villagernewspapers.com or call toll-free 1-800-536-5836                                                                                                   Large Size.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Will Sell For $75                   Call
                                                                                                                                                                                                Call 860-944-1816              413-245-9651
B8 ☎ VILLAGER NEWSPAPERS ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS ☎                             Friday, October 21, 2011

                                                                                                                                  205 BOATS                     285 PET CARE                310 GENERAL HELP
    010 FOR SALE                 010 FOR SALE                   010 FOR SALE                   010 FOR SALE                                                5 Large Bird Cages                   WANTED                        500 REAL ESTATE
                                                                                                                            16’ STAR CRAFT
   Hunter Green                Large Jointer               PINE BUREAU SET                 Toro Snowblower                        Boat                           With Stands
   Storm Doors                         $175                  Night stand with mirror           Like new, model                    81” Beam                         $75 Each.                      Drivers:
36x80, retractalbe glass,    Heavy-Duty Motor Lift
                                                                Good condition                    CCR2450                        Jupiter Class
                                                                                                                                                                Fish Tanks                 Local Springfield,                  501 REAL ESTATE
                                                                  Asking $200                        $350                   Complete w/Two 20 HP
 built in screen, brass             $225                                                                                                                          One 25                      MA Van Runs!                         WANTED
        hardware.                                              Cherry Hutch                                                    Mercury Motors,
                                 Antique Cast-Iron
                                                                 Henedon Brand                   (2) Air                    One Motor Very Good,             Gallon With Stand             Great Pay & Benefits!
                                    Coal Stove                                                                                                                  And Filters.
      1 Pair-$200                      $200                    From North Carolina            Conditioners-                   Other Needs Work,                                           CDL-A w/1yr Exp. Req.
  Call: 508-846-0986                                            $2000 Brand New                                              4 Down Riggers With                                            Estenson Logistics.
                                1929 Chevy Engine                  Asking $600             Portable Sylvania, New!              Rods & Lures                 One 20 Gallon Also
                                       $275                                                      $150/each                         $2500                         Available.                       Apply:
                                                                  774-452-1668
 Invacare Pronto                Generac Generator                                                                               508-832-3015                    774-230-3539
                                                                                                                                                                                             www.goelc.com
                                       $250                                                  Call: 774-253-5909
    M51 Power                                                 POOL TABLES                                                                                                                    1-866-336-9642
                                  Radial Arm Saw
  Indoor/Outdoor                       $125                          7 Foot
                                                                                                    TOYS                       1987 31 Foot                      J&L
      Power                          Band Saw
                                                                     8 Foot
                                                                                          Flexible Flyer Rocking Horse,          Silverton                     Pet Sitting                                                 **************
                                                                     9 Foot
    Wheelchair
                                       $150
                                                                   $900 Each
                                                                                            Fisher-Price Little Kitchen
                                                                                             With Accessories, Little           Convertible                     Service                                                    EQUAL HOUSING
  Sure Step Technology
                               Call 508-752-8569
                                    After 6PM
                                                                Delivery Available
                                                                 413-245-7480
                                                                                           Tykes Wagon, Balloon Tire          Twin Crusaders 350’s,
                                                                                                                                                              Professional at Home
                                                                                                                                                                                          HELP WANTED                       OPPORTUNITY
    That Automatically                                                                        Tricycle With Pull Cart,         270 HP. 800 Hours.
  Adjust To Keep All Six                                                                        Small Picnic Table.         F.W.C., A/C & Heat, Radar,     Pet Sitting and Dog Walking                                     **************
 Wheels On The Ground              MOTORS                        Propane                      Many Other Toys                  Color Garmin GPS,               Member of National                                           All real estate advertising in
                                                                                                                                                           Association of Professional                                      this newspaper is subject to
 At All Times. High-Back           1/2HP 230/460V               Gas Heater                    Call 860-935-5513                 Fish-Finder, Many
                                                                                                                                                                     Pet Sitters                                           The Federal Fair Housing Act
   Van Seat, Deep Blue          1725RPM, 56 Frame.               50,000 BTU                                                      New Amenities.
     Pearl Base. The                                                                                                       Boat In Water, Ready To Go,           Established 1996                                              of 1968, which makes it
    Cadillac Of Power
                                       $45 OBO
                                    5HP, 230/460V
                                                                 Make an offer
                                                                 508-892-8588
                                                                                              Trees for                        Excellent Condition.        Certified • Bonded • Insured
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                illegal to advertise any
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               preference, limitation or
       Wheelchairs.                                                                                                                $15,000
       MSRP $3500
   Selling For $2000
                            1740RPM, 184T Frame/TEFC
                                      $125 OBO
                                                                                                Sale                             860-974-1841
                                                                                                                                                                508-347-3826                                               discrimination based on race,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           color, religion, sex, handicap,
                                    5HP, 230/460V          Refinished Chairs               Evergreen Trees, Colorado                                           286 LIVESTOCK                                                  familial status (number of
          FIRM                                                                             Blue Spruce, Potted Trees,        1994 Fling Four                                                                                children and or pregnancy),
      508-410-1784
      Webster, MA
                            3495RPM, 184T Frame/TEFC
                                      $125 OBO
                                                            Natural Or Painted Finish,
                                                                Some Decorated.
                                                                                            Silver Blue, 18”-22” tall.
                                                                                                Excellent Privacy            Winns Jet Boat
                                                                                                                                                                   Quality
                                                                                                                                                                  Horse Hay
                                                                                                                                                                                             Surrogate                     national origin, ancestry, age,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 marital status, or any
                                                              Very Reasonable!
                                1/2HP 208/230/460V
                            Large Overhead Door-Opener
                                                                508-764-4493
                                                                                               Border/Ornamental
                                                                                              All 10 trees for $85.
                                                                                                                            Used Only 4-5 Times Per
                                                                                                                              Year & Serviced By
                                                                                                                                                                    3’x3’x8’
                                                                                                                                                               Square Bales Weigh
                                                                                                                                                                                              Mothers                         intention to make an such
   John Deere                                                                                                                                                                                                                  preference, limitation or
  Garden Tractor
                                      $120 OBO                  Refrigerator
                                                                                            Norway Spruce, 3-4’ tall
                                                                                                    5 for $99
                                                                                                                                 Marina Yearly.
                                                                                                                               Includes Summer
                                                                                                                                                           Approximately 800lbs Each.
                                                                                                                                                            Timothy, Orchard, Alfalfa
                                                                                                                                                                                              Needed                              discrimination. This
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   newspaper will not
                              4 Motor Speed Controls             For Sale                                                       & Winter Covers,                                            Be part of a miracle
 23HP, 48 inch mowing          Hitachi J100, 400/460V                                       Call 508-278-5762                      Bimini Top,                  No Chemicals or                                                  knowingly accept any
 deck, less than 20hrs,                                         Frigidaire, White,               Evenings                                                        Preservatives             The rewards are more               advertising for real estate
                                      Best Offer             Ice & Filtered Water On                                              4 Life Vests,
       like new!!!                                                                                                                                                                             than financial              that is in violation of the law.
                                  Call 5pm-8:30pm                Door. 26 Cu.Ft.                                              Skies & Boat Trailer.           Second Cut Available                                              Our readers are hereby
                                    508-867-6546                   6 Years Old.                                                 Loads Of Fun!!!!              Rock Valley Farm                Seeking Women                  informed that all dwellings
 Call: 774-230-4978                                                  $500                  Various Camping                     In Good Condition
                                                                                                                                                               W. Brookfield                21-43 Non-Smokers              advertising in this newspaper
                                  MOVING                         508-864-1313               Items For Sale                      Asking $2300                   508-867-2508                     With Healthy                  are available on and equal
       Jukebox                                                                               Make Me an Offer!!                      Call                                                    Pregnancy History                   opportunity basis. To
       For Sale                Kimball Console                 Sauder                                                            860-923-3532               298 WANTED TO BUY                                                       complain about
                                 Piano/Bench                                                 Call 774-318-0275                                                                                                                  discrimination call The
    1951 Rowe AMI                    $500                  Computer Armoire                                                                                                                                                 Department of Housing and
     Model “D” 40                                            Black, Good Condition.                                             FOR SALE                                                                                     Urban Development “HUD”
    Excellent Condition.
  Converted To Play 45’s.
                             Woman’s Alpina Cross
                            Country Skies and Boots
                                                              31”W x 52”H x 19”D
                                                                 With Slide-Out
                                                                                          WALNUT CHINA CABINET
                                                                                             Like New Glass doors,
                                                                                                                           1984 Formula 24’                    ROUTE                               For More
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            toll-free at 1-800-669-9777.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             For the N.E. area, call HUD
                                                                                                                           350 Merc Cruiser
    Holds 20 Records.
  Spare Tubes & Service
   Manual. Great Sound,
                                     Size 9
                                      $75
                                                                 Keyboard Tray
                                                                      $100
                                                                    Eastford
                                                                                          mirrored back, lighted interi-
                                                                                           or lower storage, 61’’ long      With trailer. GPS Finder.           169                            Information Call
                                                                                                                                                                                          888-363-9457
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ad 617-565-5308,. The toll
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            free number for the hearing
                                                                                                                               and more!! Well                                                                             impaired is 1-800-927-9275
     Real Solid Wood.
        $2000
                                 508-885-2971                    860-377-4961
                                                                                               17’’ deep 81’’ high.
                                                                                                      $350                   maintained, must sell
                                                                                                                                   moving!!
                                                                                                                                                              ANTIQUES                     reproductivepossibilities.com

     774-200-0501              MOVING SALE                  SINGER SEWING                    Call: 508-949-1251                                              884 Worcester St.
                                                               MACHINE                                                        Asking $8,500 OBO               Southbridge MA                                                505 APARTMENTS FOR
  Junior Wooden
                              •Baby Car Seat- $25           Model 401 Slant-O-Matic          Wood-Burning                     Call: 508-476-3824             Looking To Purchase                                                  RENT
                             •2 Endtables- $50 both        In cabinet with attachments
     Loft Bed                      •2 Carpets:                        $150
                                                                                               Fireplace                                                          Antiques
 With Desk And Dresser.            9x12’- $50                  Call 413-544-1168              Insert Stove                      215 CAMPING                   And Collectibles                 400 SERVICES
        Paid $700                   7x5’- $35                                                Only Used One Month                                                Single Items
  Will Take $250 OBO
 Mattress Not Included.           508-450-1054
                                                                 Ski Boots                        Paid $1100
                                                                                              Asking $900 OBO
                                                                                                                                Stateline
                                                                                                                               Camp Resort
                                                                                                                                                              Or Entire Estates                                              Brookside
                                                                 Girl’s Lange
     860-608-3402
                                 NASCAR                           Ben-5, Size 6
                                                                                               508-667-9916                       Killingly CT
                                                                                                                            Weekend Activities, Rec.
                                                                                                                                                                We Buy It All
                                                                                                                                                                 And Also Do              402 GENERAL SERVICES                Terrace
  Kimball Piano              Die-Cast Models                   Boy’s Dalbello             Wooden Computer Desk               Hall, Adult Club House,         On-Site Estate Sales
     Cherry Finish,                                             Menace-4, Size 9            With Two Box File And            Fishing, Pool, Shady &                  And                                                     Heat/Hot Water
                                  They’re Back!                                            Attached Storage Cabinet.                                           Estate Auctions                                                  Included!
   Excellent Condition.
          $200
                                    $5 And Up!
                                   BRAND NEW
                                                                Asking $75 Each
                                                                   Girl’s
                                                                                                     $150
                                                                                                                            Sunny Sites, Camp Store.
                                                                                                                                      $1500
                                                                                                                            Please Call For Details,         CALL MIKE ANYTIME
                                                                                                                                                                                              Call The                         FREE RENT
                                                                                                   HP Printer
  Antique Mahogany
                                   SHIPMENT!
                                  Blessings Farm
                                                               Snowboard Boots
                                                                  Roxy, Size 7
                                                                                                      $35                           After 4PM
                                                                                                                                  508-476-7382
                                                                                                                                                              508-765-9512                   Junk Man                       Thru October 1st!!
   Drop-Leaf Dining                                                                           Steel String Guitar                                                                                                            Affordable 1, 2 and 3
     Room Table
                                 50 H Foote Road                  Asking $40                 w/ Nylon Cover Case,                                                                            WE NOW TAKE
                                     Charlton                                                                                 260 COLLECTIBLES                                                                               Bedroom Apartments
And 4 Ladder-Back Chairs.         508-248-1411                   508-885-4342                       2 DVDs,
                                                                                                                                                            Wanted To Buy                     YOUR AUTOS                           For Rent.
   All Need Refinishing                                          774-272-2085                   2 Lesson Books                                                                                 FOR CASH!
          $100                                                                                  And Cord Chart.                 Authentic                    By Collector                                                       Spacious, Fully
                              New Queen                          Snapper                      Used For 3 Months.                                                                           Removal of Metal,                      Applianced.
   Edison Phonograph                                                                                  $90                     Revolutionary                Old comic books-1940’s
           $50                Mattress Set                      Roto-Tiller
                                                                                                860-481-5949                   War Historic                and up, old baseball and            Appliances,                     Starting at $698
                                Still In Plastic               IR5003, Used Twice                                                                           sports cards, Beatles            Furniture, TV’s.
   Call 860-974-1647                                              Paid $1295                                                   Autographs                                                                                       • Pets Considered
                            With Factory Warranty,                                                                                                         memorabilia-1960’s and             Construction
   Kitchen Craft                                                   TracVac                                                  Genuine Original Signature         up, old toys, old                Materials.                     • A/C In Every Unit
                            Can Deliver For A fee,                                             100 GENERAL                         Autographs Of
                                                              Model 385-IC/385LH                                                                             advertisement signs;             Cellars/Attics
    Cookware                  List Price $399                    Used Once.                                                   American Hero Icons.              soda, food etc.                                                       • Pool
     Basic Set               Sacrifice For $190                  Paid $1300                   107 MISC. FREE                George Washington $2200                                             Cleaned.                       • Basketball Court
                                                                                                                             Benjamin Franklin $2200                                         Small Building
     Sells For $1495                 Call                  Bear Cat Vac-N-Chip Pro                                           Thomas Jefferson $1000         Call: 860-779-2469                                                    • Playground
     At Home Show
         $800
                                 860-377-2025                     & Vac Pro
                                                              Models 72085, 72285,
                                                                                          FREE WOOD                           All Have Certificates Of
                                                                                                                                    Authenticity.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Demolition, Tires.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Leaves Removed.                    • On-Site Laundry
   Cargo Trailer Axle            NordicTrac                          72295                 PALLETS                                Clear Signatures                                         Residential Moves.                 INCOME LIMITS APPLY
                                       $50                        Used Twice                                                       508-476-1068                 WANTED
      With Tires
                                                                  Paid $2772              You pick up. Monday thru                                                                              Trees Cut                     Section 8 Welcome
           $300                4-Foot Steel Shelves
                                 Very Heavy Duty                 508-765-5763
                                                                                             Friday 8am-noon.                                                  VERY USED                      Brush/Limbs                      Office Open From:
    508-476-7382                       $50                                                   Stonebridge Press             NFL Autographed                  Kitchen Cabinets                    Removed                          Monday-Friday
  Kitchen Queen                   413-245-7388             Solid Ash Nichols                  25 Optical Drive             Helmet Collection                 The older the better. We      Furnaces Removed                    9:00am to 5:00pm
                                                                                          (located behind Southbridge       Five Ridell Team Helmets       are a kitchen refacing com-                                         Saturday 10:00am
    480 Wood                 Oak Crib- with mattress        And Stone Co.                  Hotel & Conference Center)         Signed By MVP Icon             pany and we use these         Check-our-down-to-                       to 3:00pm
  Cooking Stove              and changing table. Used        Dining Table                     130 YARD SALES                      Quarterbacks              cabinets at home shows          earth prices first!
                                                                                                                                                                        for
     With Stainless
                            very little at grammys house
                                    $175 OBO
                                                            (41”Wx60”L) Plus 2 Leafs,                                       Tom Brady, Joe Montana,
                                                                                                                            Dan Marino, Joe Namath,            “BEFORE & AFTER”            Weekends also!
    Water Tank Option                                         Six Chairs And Hutch!
          $650                                                  Perfect Condition!           DEADLINE FOR                     And Peyton Manning.                                             Central Mass                   Evening Appointments Available
                                                                                                                                 All Have COA’s              Call between 9 & 5 M-F          and Connecticut
                               I-Pod- 4G, like new                    $1500                   YARD SALE                                                         or leave message
 Elmira Stoveworks                   condition                   508-943-1117                SUBMISSIONS                          $2000 OBO                                                                                  Brookside Terrace
 Sweetheart Wood                       $100                                                 IS 1:30PM MONDAY
                                                                                                                                 508-476-1068              KITCHEN OPTIONS of NEW
                                                                                                                                                                    ENGLAND
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Dave                      11 Village Drive
    Cook Stove                                               Spinet Piano                     FOR ALL MASS.                    265 FUEL/WOOD
                                                                                                                                                                  508-987-3384               508-347-7804                   Southbridge,MA 01550
                             Brand New LL Bean                   Fruitwood                                                                                      or 860-749-6998              413-262-5082
   Antique Show Piece
       $2600 OBO                 Barn Coat-
                                                                                              WEEKLY PAPERS
                                                                                              *Deadlines Subject To                                         www.mykitchenoptions.com                                        (508)764-7675
                               Tag still on, size Small          Like New                    Change Due To Holidays              FREE
        Call Ron                                           Speakers In Piano Legs              Call For More Info.            Construction
     860-779-7007                       $35                                                                                                                                                                                     Seely-Brown
                                                           Back Lift Like Baby Grand                                         Kindling Wood
     401-864-6082
                                                                   $3,200                                                                                         WAR                               FREE                          Village
                              Call:508-476-3824                                            135 LOST AND FOUND                All Different Types Of
    Laine Couch                                                 860-779-6373                                                                                                                  Metal Pickup
      & Chair                   Old Wooden
                                                               Stepback Kitchen
                                                                                                 FOUND!!!
                                                                                                                              Widths, Lengths &
                                                                                                                             Thicknesses Of Wood.                RELICS                      A/C, Refrigerators,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               In Pomfret Center
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Is Accepting Applications.
                                Office Chair                                                                                                                                               Washers, Small Trailers,
  Floral Print On Beige
      Background.                w/Padded Seat
                                                                  Cupboard
                                                            Lots Of Storage With Work
                                                                                           On Rt.197 In Dudley...
                                                                                          Chocolate brown, leather
                                                                                                                              2x4, 2x6, Plywood.
                                                                                                                            Good For Wood Stove Or                     &                          Batteries.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Seniors 62 And
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Older May Apply.
  Very Good Condition.
          $300
                                     $20                             Surface.
                                                               48”Lx21”Dx77.5”H
                                                                                          couch cushion. New still
                                                                                            in cling wrap. Has a
                                                                                                                            Outdoor Burners/Stoves.
                                                                                                                               Delivery Available                  WAR                        WE PAY YOU                           Please Call
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  860-928-2744
   60” E.R. Buck                Older Dark                            $400                  Marshalls tag on it.               By The Truckload
                                                                                                                                                            SOUVENIRS                      Top Dollar For Your                       Or Email
 Rock Maple Dining             Wood Rocker                                                   Call: 774-276-0866                  508-867-2564                                                        AUTOS                    seely.brown@snet.net
    Room Hutch              w/Pink Stenciled Flowers            China Cabinet                                                                                    WANTED                             TRUCKS                       For Information
                                      $ 50                        Glass Doors,                                                 281 FREE PETS                                                     Or TRACTORS
   Excellent Condition.                                        Underneath Storage.         200 GEN. BUSINESS                                                WWII & EARLIER
      Paid $1200.
      Sell For $700          Other Assorted                   47.5”Lx14.75”Dx70”H                                            FREE TO GOOD                   CA$H WAITING!                     508-867-2564
                                                                      $200
                            Household Items.                                                                                    HOME
   Call 508-476-2056
                                  860-779-0272              Antique Singer Sewing
                                                                                             203 SNOWMOBILES
                                                                                                                               My Name Scruffy...
                                                                                                                                                              Helmets, Swords,
                                                                                                                                                             Daggers, Bayonets,                                             FREE RENT!
     Landscape                                                     Machine                    Snowmobile                    My mother passed away           Medals, Badges, Flags,                                           Heat/Hot Water
     Equipment                Old-Fashioned                       w/Oak Cabinet           2008 Yamaha RS Vector ER
                                                                                            Electric Start, Reverse,
                                                                                                                            and I am homeless. I am            Uniforms, etc.                  433 CLEANING                     Included!
                               Cherry Wood                           $100                                                     11? Had well visit and        Over 30 Years Experience.
       Trailer                                                                                  Studs, Mirrors,
                                                                                                                              rabies shot. I am half               Call David                                                  FREE RENT
        $995 OBO             Sewing Machine                     508-765-6067                 2 Windshields, Cover.
                                                                                            1700 Miles, Like New.               Lhasa Apso & half              1-508-688-0847                                               Thru October 1st!!
    Call 5pm-8:30pm               Table                        Offers Welcome                 Call 860-774-6976            Chihuahua. I am adorable,          I’ll Come To YOU!
                                                                                                                                                                                             Affordable
     508-867-6546                  With Drawers
                                    $200 OBO                  Temple Stuart                    Or 860-617-4000               lovable and very smart.                                      Cleaning Service                   Affordable 1 2, and 3
 Large Doghouse                                                                           204 WATER EQUIPMENT                                                                              We Offer Quality Work At          Bedroom Apartments
                                                              Maple Dining                                                      Call Christine:
           $50
    Coffee Table
                               Set Of 2 Bureaus
                            1 With Mirror, One Without.
                                    $250 OBO
                                                              Room Table &
                                                                 Chairs.
                                                                                            1994 Sea-Doo
                                                                                           Bombardier SP94
                                                                                                                                774-232-4212
                                                                                                                                                                      $                     An Affordable Price!
                                                                                                                                                                                           • Homes & Offices
                                                                                                                                                                                           • Carpet Cleaning
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   For Rent.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Spacious, Fully
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Applianced.
           $35
                                                           Stenciled double drop leaf       With 95 Trailer                        283 PETS                 ROSS RECYCLING                 • Floors
                                  Beige Couch                                                                                                                                                                                  Starting at $698
      End Table                w/2 Chairs, Ottoman.        table. Black legs with gold     Excellent Condition, Runs          Powder-Puff                      We Pay More!!               • And Much More!
           $40                      $600 OBO                trim, corner hutch, glass     Great. Seat Just Recovered,                                                                           REGISTERED,
     Antique Mirror
                                                             top doors, lighted shelf,     Low Hours On Jet Pump.           Chinese Crested                  All Scrap Metals,               INSURED & BONDED                   • Pets Considered
                                  508-943-1428
           $40                    774-242-7515
                                                            bottom doors black with       Has Been Winterized. 60 HP            Puppy                           Cars, Trucks                  Give Maria A Call                • A/C In Every Unit
                                                               hand painted design.                Teal/Pink
       Old Trunks                                                                                   $1500
                                                                                                                              Male. Sweet, Loveable,             Batteries,                    508-764-2500
                               Panasonic Air                                                                                Fluffy Toy Hypo-Allergenic                                                                                 • Pool
       $30 Each                                                                                  508-965-7077                                                  Copper Wire,
 Student’s Desk & Chair         Conditioner                  $440 for the set                                                         Breed.
                                                                                                                                                               Appliances...                                                    • Basketball Court
                                                              508-885-3732                                                  For More Information
           $45                  Wireless Remote                                            Floating Pontoon                     401-397-6499                                                                                       • Playground
                                  10000/BTU                                                                                                                  64 Tucker Hill Rd.
     774-452-3514                                                                          Dock/Swimming                                                                                         454 HOME
                                      $125                 TOOL SHEDS                          Platform
                                                                                                                                                             Putnam, CT 06260
                                                                                                                                                                                                IMPROVEMENT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                • On-Site Laundry
LARGE FRANKLIN              Quaser-6000/BTU                  Made of Texture 1-11                                              Pure Bred                        860-928-7165
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              INCOME LIMITS APPLY
    STOVE                    Air Conditioner                     8x8 $625                        With ladder.                                                                                                                 Section 8 Welcome
Reconditioned, new paint,               $60                      8x10 $800                10’x5’, in good condition,            Puppies                                                                                        Office Open From:
  gaskets and fire brick.                                        8x12 $875                     newly painted!!             Over thirty breeds available.
      Will help load.                 Hutch                      8x16 $1175                                                Health checked/guaranteed.                                                                            Monday-Friday
         $250.00             Dark Wood 50” W X 67” H                                                                             State licensed.             300 HELP WANTED                                                   9:00am to 5:00pm
Call Lou at 508-341-6941
                                                                Delivered And                    $500 OBO                   www.laughlinkennel.com                                                                              Saturday 10:am
                            16” D-Door Shelves Below-3
                                  Shelves Above
                                                                 Built On-Site              Call: 508-347-9081              Laughlin Kennel                                                                                        to 3:00pm
Sofa and Matching                     $150                   Other Sizes Available                                                                           310 GENERAL HELP
                                                                                                 205 BOATS                   Call 508-987-7161                   WANTED
      Chair,                   Call 508-867-4546              Call 413-324-1117
                                 After 6:30pm                                               14’ 2003 Polar
    Art Deco Retro
   Pastel Upholstery                                           Wheel Horse                  Kraft Bass Boat
                                                                                                                             284 LOST & FOUND                    DRIVERS                                                            Evening
Above-Average Condition         Pellet Stove                   Lawn Tractor                                                        PETS                        Start up to $.41/mi.                                               Appointments
                                   Enviro EF2                                                  & Trailer                                                    Home Weekly or Bi-Weekly.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Available
   Asking $125.00                                            Model 257H, With 37”
                                                                                            25 HP Yamaha 4-stroke,              LOST CAT
White-Wash Oak Coffee
                                   Free-Standing            Mower Deck. Hydrostatic
                                                                                             Minkota trolling motor,                                       CDL-A 6 mos. OTR Exp. Req.                                        Brookside Terrace
                                   Two Years Old,          Transmission Not Working.
                                                                                                New batteries,              ANSWERS TO EDDIE                   Equipment you’ll be                                            11 Village Drive
Tables, Floor and Table          Used One Season.           Excellent 17HP Kawasaki                                         Orange Marmalade with a
 Lamps Also Available             Originally $2400             Engine And Body.               Excellent condition.                                               proud to drive!                                            Southbridge,MA 01550
                                                                                                    $5,000.                       little white.
      Separately.                  Asking $1500                    $325 OBO
    860-928-6308                  774-200-0558                   508-476-5007                 Call 508-347-3575               CONTACT HEATHER:
                                                                                                                                 603-781-2419
                                                                                                                                                                 (888)247-4037                                              (508)764-7675
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ConnecticutsQuietCorner
                                                                                                       Webster
   Recently remodeled,
Townhouse style apartments.
   Granite countertops,           Webster                           WEBSTER                               For Rent
                                                                                                        2500 Sq. Ft.
                                                                                                                                   Memorial Park, Paxton, MA
                                                                                                                                            In The
                                                                                                                                   “Rememberance Section”
                                                                                                                                   All Four For $4500 OBO
                                                                                                                                                                         For Sale By Owner
                                                                                                                                                                    Fully Furnished, New Porch
                                                                                                                                                                    Addition, Also Nice Shed &
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Bemis Road
                                                                                                                                                                                                      MOBILE HOME FOR SALE
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Beautiful 1985 14’ x 66’
   wall-to-wall carpeting,
 washer/dryer hookups, off
                                                                   Hartley Terrace                           &
                                                                                                        7500 Sq. Ft.
                                                                                                                                       (Currently Sells For
                                                                                                                                          $1800 Each)
                                                                                                                                                                     Great Place For A Garden.
                                                                                                                                                                       On Beautiful Lot Near
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Two Bedroom,
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Gas, Hot Water, And Stove.
  street parking, no pets.
 2 Bedrooms $625/Month
                                  NORTH VILLAGE                         2 Bedroom                 Free Standing Buildings.
                                                                                                       Loading Docks
                                                                                                                                        508-721-2572                      Swimming Pool.
                                                                                                                                                                        Located At Highview
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Large Open Kitchen With
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Breakfast Bar To
                                                                                                                                    550 MOBILE HOMES
 3 Bedrooms $675/Month
    First/Last/Security            2 Bedroom Units                      $739-$802                     And Nice Offices
                                                                                                                                    MOBILE HOME FOR
                                                                                                                                                                           Campground In
                                                                                                                                                                          West Brookfield.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Living Room,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Porch, Deck,
                                                                      Heat & Hot Water                    ALSO:
                                                                                                                                         SALE                       Begin Camping 4/15-10/15             Upgrades Throughout.
    Call: 774-696-0235             Starting At $783!!                     Included.                    2500 Sq. Ft.
                                                                                                                                  2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bath, new
                                                                                                                                                                      Price Includes Seasonal              $59,900 DASAP
                                                                                                    With Loading Dock,                                                         Payment
                                                                                                      Good For Small               roof and windows, deck and           (April-October 2011)                413-593-9961
   The Village At                 Heat And Hot Water                Must Income Qualify               Machine Shop.               patio. In Sturbridge 55+ park.          Asking $28,000
     Killingly                       Is Included.                   Section 8 Certification            9000 Sq. Ft.                          $68,000
                                                                                                                                       Call: 508-347-8791
                                                                                                                                                                          508-867-8736
                                                                                                         For Light
   Free December Rent                                                     Welcome                    Manufacturing Or                                                                                        Local
     If In By July 1st!               Must Income                      Modern Kitchens                    Storage
                                                                                                                                                                        Sturbridge                    Development
    2/3BR Townhouse
                                        Qualify.                      Wall-To-Wall Carpet                Available!               N. Grosvenordale
   Apartments 15 Acres
       Unsubsidized                                                    Spacious Closets                   ALSO:                          CT                             Retirement                     & Projects
    (USDA Affordable)                                                   On-Site Laundry               1000 Sq. Ft.                  Mobile Home For Sale                1993 Doublewide,
                                  Section 8 Vouchers                                                2nd Floor space,                   14x64 Doublewide             2 Bedroom/2 Bath. Wood
  Sec. 8 & RAP Welcome                                               Easy Highway Access                                                                              Fireplace. New Wood
   Must Income Qualify                 Accepted.                  FREE RENT AT MOVE-IN
                                                                                                  Good Freight Elevator,
                                                                                                  Space Is Good For Any
                                                                                                                                   2 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths.
                                                                                                                                  Large Kitchen, Living Room.          Laminate Flooring.
   Call For Application
                                                                                                      Small Shop.                        Laundry Room.             Enclosed Porch. 2 Carport.
          Today
     860-779-0876                    Please Call                   For More Information              Owner Will Give You
                                                                                                                                      Appliances Included.
                                                                                                                                    Plenty Of Cabinet Space.
                                                                                                                                                                    3 Sheds. Beautiful Large
                                   (508)987-1595                    Call 508-943-9567               Price You Can’t Refuse!
                                                                                                                                            $65,000
                                                                                                                                                                         Landscaped Lot.
                                                                                                                                                                           Reasonable.
                                                                                                          Call                          For Appointment
                                            EHO                            EHO                       1-508-753-3670                      860-923-0421                    508-867-5511                 FOUND HERE!




                                      720 CLASSICS                 1989 Ford F450                 2004 Honda Civic                    2007 Nissan                     740 MOTORCYCLES                      2005 Harley               750 CAMPERS/TRAILERS
                                                                       Cab/Chassis                 Standard transmission,             Altima 3.5 SE                                                         Davidson
   700 AUTOMOTIVE                                                                                 CD player, moonroof, very
                                                                       43,000/Miles                                                 4-Door, Dark Blue/Black                1984                         Fat Boy Anniversary          2000 Sunnybrook
                                   1986 Toyota                           No-Rust                        good on gas!!               Leather Interior. Power              Gold Wing                              Edition               34 Foot Travel
705 AUTO ACCESSORIES                Cargo Van                        $2,40051964300                         $7,100
                                                                                                                                  Options, Traction, Moonroof,                                          10,250 miles, a lot of
                                                                                                      call:508-865-3838
                                                                                                                                      Power Heated Seats,                Motorcycle                      chrome, drag bars,                   Trailer
   (4) 17 x 8 ASA                                                          Call                                                     Bose, Auto. 143k Miles.          Custom Paint Job                       Super G carb                  Two Slideouts,
  Chrome Wheels                                                        781-248-4385                                                          $9,400
                                                                                                                                        508-266-0878
                                                                                                                                                                         (Burgundy)                     asking $13,500 OBO           Removable Or Remain On
    For 2005 Acura RL                                                                                   2005 Ford                                                       43,000 Miles                     Call: 508-340-7950           Park Lot With 200 Acre
   Excellent Condition,                                                                                                                                                                                                               Lake In Wildwood, Fla.
 Never Seen Snow Or Salt.                                                                                Mustang                                                    FOR SALE OR TRADE
                                                                                                                                                                       508-909-6559                        2007 Harley                     Maintenance
        Must See!                                                                                      Convertible                     2007 Toyota                                                                                       $220 Per Month,
  Purchased New $1000                                                 1990 Chevy                     Excellent Condition               Camry XLE                                                            Davidson                      One Hour From
       Asking $500                                                     Corvette                         $11,500.00                 4-Door Sedan, 8400 Miles,           1997 Yamaha                    XL 1200 N Roadster                   Orlando, Fla.
      508-987-2839                                                  Black on black, leather,
                                                                 5.7liter six speed, TPI motor,
                                                                                                       413-324-1117                     Leather/Loaded,                 Royal Star                     5096 Miles. Mint Condition.       1-860-974-0704
                                  Classic, automatic, rare in                                                                         Premium Condition.                Black, 19,550 Miles             Many Added Customized
   Tonnean Cover                 NE. My third one of these.        brand new tires, AC, new                                              $21,000 OBO                      Great Condition             Accessories. Including Vance
       for 2000-2008              Purchased from Arizona.         stereo and speakers. New         2005 Honda VTX 1300                  Call After 6PM                  Saddlebags, Cover                   Hines Exhaust.            2010 40’ Hideout
     Chevrolet pick-up.         Price includes parts from last     clutch, high performance                Retro                         860-974-0069                    New Tires/Battery              $7800
          6’6” bed.             one. 179,000 original miles,       speed-chip, adult owned,          Exellent Condition                                                   Ready To Ride!                 Call 860-966-1660            Camping Trailer
One piece heavy duty plastic     drives, inspected until May.             93,000 miles.                 $7,500 OBO                                                          $4,000 OBO                                                        (ball type)
with locks and lifting shocks    RWD, not a winter vehicle,                $7,500 OBO                                                    FOR SALE                            Call Jim                   2009 Kawasaki                       Paid $24,000,
       860-450-6783              not a previa. Needs a good           Call: 860-923-3092
                                                                                                    (2)1966 Ford Galaxy             1997 Volvo Station                    508-523-5980                     Vulcan                         2 Slideout Queen
                                        project home.                                                                                    Wagon                                                                                           Master Bedroom,
TOWING EQUIPMENT                                                                                          1 hardtop                                                                                    Custom 900, 1,450 miles.        Kids 4 Bunk Bedroom,
                                  $2,700 for vehicle                1992 Cadillac                       1 convertible             White, 5 cylinder automatic
                                                                                                                                                                        1998 Harley                       Like new, dark blue,             Used 1 Season.
  Blue OX Towing                                                                                    $4,000 for both OBO           transmission. 850 GL Turbo             Davidson                     windshield, always garaged!!             $16,000,
    Base Plate                   includes extra parts                  Seville                                                            Needs Work                                                                                     Sacrifice, My Loss
    With Tow Bar And
                                    508-476-3677                    White, v-8, 80K miles,         Both Fords For Parts                    $500 OBO
                                                                                                                                                                       883 Sportster                          $5000 OBO                      Is Your Gain.
                                                                  immaculate, leather, moon                                                                         Original owner, 9,000              North Grosvenordale CT              Very Nice Unit!
 Accessories. BX1665 For                                                                              or Restoration                  Call: 508-867-9566                                               Call: Lefte 978-407-9211
          04-05                                                  roof, power seats, windows,                                                                       miles excellent condition                                                Call Rich
                                                                 rear a/c. Excellent condition,      Call for details
                                          Classic                                                                                                                          $3,600                                                        860-576-0526 or
      Chevy Malibu
          $175                                                    super clean, excellent tires.       860-923-9067                  732 SPORTS UTILITY                  860-974-8721                        BMW
                                  1984- 500 SEL                                                                                                                                                                                           860-382-5071
Blue Ox Heavy Duty
                                                                 Must sell medical condition!                                                                                                            MOTORCYCLE
                                  Mercedes Benz                           $4,000
                                                                                                    2006 Chevrolet                    2002 NISSAN                     1999 Kawasaki                         1997 R85OR T2K
 Towing Package.                4 door sedan, 134,000 miles,       Call: 860-774-0820                                                                                 Vulcan Classic                      New tires, hard bags,           Brimfield/
                                                                                                  Silverado For Sale                   XTERRA SE
 Deadbolt Hitch Lock With
  Keys, 8” Drop Receiver,
                                    showroom condition.
                                                                                                  4 Door, A/C, V-8, Bed Liner,      Supercharged, California           9,000 miles, excellent                    tank bag
                                                                                                                                                                                                                $3,500.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sturbridge
                                                                                                                                   Yellow. Only 90,000 Miles.        condition, $2,000 worth of                                            Must Sell
Lexus Tow Bar With Cables              Asking $6,800                                               Running Boards, Remote                                          chrome, (all original parts for      OR will trade for 2-wheel
                                                                                                                                         4-Wheel Drive,                                                                                 Campground Lot!
         And Wire.
           $800
                                 Call for more information:
                                        508-867-2774
                                                                      1999 Volvo                            Starter.
                                                                                                                                        Great Condition.            chromed) extra set of seats,       drive pickup of equal value
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Call Joe at 860-315-7181             Was $19,000
                                                                                                     Call: 857-636-8913                                            owners manuals, 2 new tires
   Call 508-320-2944                                                  V70 Wagon                                                       New Exhaust System
                                                                                                                                                                             this year!!!                                                   NOW $9500
                                                                    Turbo, Auto, Leather                                             Battery, Brakes, Tires.                                             745 RECREATIONAL                My Loss, Your Gain!
                                                                                                                                          $9,900 Firm
                                     Restoration                  Runs, Check Engine Light
                                                                                                  2006 Mazda 6S                          860-923-0133                       $5,500                           VEHICLES                      508-989-8165
                                                                  On. Needs Electrical Work
                                       Project                       To Pass Emissions.              6 cylinder, 4door, all              Leave Message                   860-774-5020                   Dirtbike - 2003              For RV-Towed Vehicles
      720 CLASSICS               1953 Mercury Monterey            Good Engine, Drive Train        power, a/c, traction control,
1923 Ford Model T                  4 door w/Flathead 8                  & Body Parts.               25 mpg, 73,000 miles.                                                                               Honda XR70R                   Blue Ox Tow Bar
                                      Has Been Garaged                  $1500 OBO                  In Excellent Condition!!        2004 Land Rover                     2 Motorcycles                  Runs Good; Great Beginner           With Safety Cables
   Touring Car                           Since 1962.                   860-974-1801                      $10,000 OBO                 Freelander                                                        Bike; Recently Tuned-Up                  $250
     Superb Frame Off            Car Is All There And Solid.                                          call: 508-769-8324                                                 For Sale                            Asking $650
  Restoration In Excellent       Rear Quarters Need Work.                                                                          78K miles. Extremely well        2007 Roadstar Warrior-                  508-867-9608                 Brake Buddy
   Condition. Winner Of         Excellent Restoration Project.   2000 Ford Windstar                                                                                  Metallic Gray, VERY LOW                                           With Wireless Monitor
 National AACA First Prize             Asking $3200.                                              2006 Volvo S60T                   maintained, clean Carfax.
                                                                                                                                                                     MILES, Samson Ground             750 CAMPERS/TRAILERS                     $400
At Hershey And Many Other         Call Al For More Info                SE Van                        Leather Heated Seats
                                                                                                                                   Sport leather interior, faux
                                                                                                                                                                      Pounders, Very Clean.
Shows. All Stock, 4-Cylinder,                                      147k Miles, Dark Green,             Power Everything.
                                                                                                                                   wood grain console, AWD,
                                                                                                                                                                            $7,000 OBO                    1988 33 Foot                     860-963-0362
                                     508-248-3932                                                                                  tow hitch, cargo area with
    20 HP, Electric Start                                           AWD. Good Condition.                  New Tires.                    privacy canopy.                                                    Southwind
     Must See To Fully                                                     $2400                      Excellent Condition.                                             2008 Yamaha FZ6-                                                    Motor Home
 Appreciated This Vehicle.                                                                                                                                                                                 Motorhome                   1998 Holiday
   Must Be Sold Due To
                                   725 AUTOMOBILES                     508-254-3858                       78k Miles.                       $11,400                   600CC, Royal Blue, VERY
                                                                                                                                                                                                       69k Miles, Sleeps 5, New
                                                                                                            $15,200                                                  LOW MILES, Very Clean,
       Failing Health.                                                                                 774-200-5015
                                                                                                                                      Call 508-846-0986                  Slider Guards.                  Tires, New Batteries,           Rambler
                                     1979 Chevy                                                                                                                                                        Hydraulic Leveling Jacks.
       $16,500 OBO                                                2002 Jeep Grand                                                                                         $5,200 OBO
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Price Reduced For           Endeavor Diesel
      860-774-0820                    El Camino                      Cherokee                                                       GREY NISSAN                                                               Quick Sale!               1 Slide, Low Mileage,
                                Rebuilt engine, transmission                                        2007 Hyundai                   PATHFINDER SE                      Call: 908-242-2016                     $7500 FIRM                  Washer/Dryer, Very
   1929 Model A                   and rear end. Many new
                                                                     Overland Edition
                                                                                                       Sonata                          192K automatic                       or email:                  Can Be Seen On Craigslist          Good Condition.
                                                                   Fully Loaded, Running                                                                                                                                                       $37,000
    Street Rod                       parts included for           Boards, Sunroof, Towing         4-door sedan, dark blue,           w/ 4x4 Hi-Lo Range .            ledford.l@gmail.com                 Call 860-923-0406
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Call 860-774-6128
 350 Ramjet Fuel Injection        restoration. Garaged for         Package, Leather, CD,          automatic, 4 cylinder, cd,        Great condition inside,
          Engine.                years, runs great, 6cyl, 3           4WD, 71k Miles.             mp3, power seat, 97,660           good condition outside.                                                 1999 24 ft.
350 Trans., Vintage Gauges.            speed manual.               Very Good Condition.           miles, good condition and        Sunroof/Cooper tires/new
                                                                                                                                                                     2004 Honda 750                         “Trail Lite”                760 VANS/TRUCKS
       $22,500                                                         NADA $10,925                    runs excellent!!              battery. Runs great.
                                 $3,200 or best reasonable
                                                                      Asking $9,000                        $7,499                       Asking $3,500.                Shadow Aero                      Lt. Wt. Camper Trailer             1980 Blazer
    Four Toolboxes                  Call:508-885-2110
                                                                                                    Call: 774-200-0694                Call 774-200-7604             Excellent condition, loaded,       Awning, screenroom, A.C.,      2-Door, Very Rusty Body.
    Of Mechanic &                                                   Jeff 508-867-6358                                                                                                                 full bathrm, heat w/thermst,
                                                                                                                                                                   full windshield, driving lights,                                         Needs Work.
 Machine-Builder Tools                                                                                                                                              mustang seat, floorboards,          3/4 bed and double bed,       With 7-Foot Fisher Plow
           $2500                                                                                                                                                       crash bar, saddle bags.         refrigerator, double sinks,      (In Good Condition)
                                                                                                                                                                          Always garaged,                 microwave Very clean            Runs And Plows.
      508-867-6706                                                                                                                                                                                              $3,900.00
                                                                                                                                                                         never been down...                                            See It, Drive It, Make
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Call 508-865-6191
  1950 Chevrolet                                                                                                                                                                                                                              An Offer
   4-Door Sedan                                                                                                                                                              $4,000                                                        508-764-6543
 6-Cylinder, Standard Shift.                                                                                                                                          Call: 774-696-3030                  York Beach
  New Factory-Built Motor.
 Solid Body, Runs Excellent.                                                                                                                                            2007 HARLEY                         Maine                    1983 Ford Pickup
Needs Interior & Minor Work                                                                                                                                              DAVIDSON                       36’ Breckenridge 2002             Truck
     To Be Road-Worthy.                                                                                                                                                  Soft Tail Deluxe.            park model. 3 slide outs,           6-Cylinder, Clean
           $5900                                                                                                                                                   Black Cherry. Mint Condition.      attached screen room, on              Underneath,
      978-760-3453                                                                                                                                                   Many Extras. 6000 Miles           site. 500 feet from Long        No Undercarriage Rust.
                                                                                                                                                                              $15,000                        Sands beach!!               Good Mechanics.
1966 FORD COBRA                                                                                                                                                         Call 860-942-0464
                                                                                                                                                                                                                $15,000                        $1500
   ERA Replica                                                                                                                                                           Or 978-355-2389
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Call: 978-464-2406               978-760-3453
Black, 427 side-oiler engine.
   4-speed transmission.
        4,700 miles.
   Black leather interior.
           $49,000
        Clear MA title
      (No tire kickers)
       508-867-7642
1973 Triumph TR6
  Red, Many New Parts -
  Interior, Top, Exhaust,
  Electrical, Brake Lines,
         And More!
       $6500 OBO
      508-248-1592


    1984 Chevy
      Caprice
      Classic
 4 door sedan, 35,000 orig.
   miles, great condition,
   always garaged, single
   family owner. Recently
 serviced and ready to go!!

         $5,200
  Call: 508-248-6311
        or email:
  chasjeanh@charter.net
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  760 VANS/TRUCKS                  760 VANS/TRUCKS               760 VANS/TRUCKS                760 VANS/TRUCKS                  760 VANS/TRUCKS               760 VANS/TRUCKS            765 HEAVY EQUIPMENT   767 VEHICLES WANTED
1987 Chevy Pickup                    1992 GMC                  1999 Dodge Ram                 2001 Ford F-250 4x4                   2002 GMC
6in. lift, completely rebuilt,      Diesel Truck                   Pick-Up                      Extra Cab Pickup                    Sierra SLT                  2007 Chevy                     Michigan
                                                                                                                                                                                                Backhoe
                                                                                                                                                                                                                VEHICLE WANTED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Need Donated Vehicle
383 stroker, 35in. tires, lots                                                                                                                                                                                   In Running Condition
  of new parts. Awesome
 monster truck. Great for
                                       UPS Truck-Style,
                                 Aluminum Grumman Body,
                                                                W/Plow, X-Cab, 5.2L V8,
                                                                Auto Transmission, A/C,
                                                                                              With Matching Cap & Liner.
                                                                                                  33” Tires With Lift.
                                                                                                131k Miles, Well Kept.
                                                                                                                               1500, Z71 off road package.
                                                                                                                                Extended cab, Onstar, 5.3    Colorado Extreme                  Payloader             774-922-0384
                                       Shelves. Rebuilt         8’ bed, w/liner & cover,                                        liter V8, new Mastercraft                                  Diesel, Runs Good
         mud runnin!!
  Serious Inquiries Only             Transmission/Motor,
                                  New Fuel Tank, Radiator,
                                                                        loaded!!                       $6795
                                                                                                    508-885-2884
                                                                                                                                   tires. Massachusetts
                                                                                                                               commuter truck since new.
                                                                                                                                                               Pickup Truck                      $9997                Local
                                 Steering Box. Dual Wheels,     Asking $6,000/OBO                                                                            Real Clean! Cowl Induction     Chevy Box Truck
      $3,500 OBRO
Call Neal: 508-612-5658
   or: 508-488-0566
                                    11’ Area Behind Seats
                                      Excellent Condition
                                                                Call 508-943-4831
                                                                                                   2002 Ford
                                                                                                                                   $6,900 OBO
                                                                                                                                Call: 774-922-2098             Hood, Tonneau Cover,            UPS-Style
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    News
                                        14,100GVWR
                                                              2001 Dodge 2500                                                                                   Extra Set Of Wheels.             $3500
                                      Call 5pm-8:30pm
                                        508-867-6546             Pickup, 4 wheel drive,             Ranger                         2009 Chevy
                                                                                                                                    Silverado
                                                                                                                                                               Must See! 37k Miles.
                                                                                                                                                                                              John Deere
    FOR SALE                                                  automatic, single cab with 8”     Extended cab, tow hitch,                                       Always Garaged. One
 1999 Ford F-150                 1995 Dodge 1500                                              bedliner, excellent condition.        Club Cab                                                  Skidloader
                                      Series                   body, V-8, new snow tires,                                            1500 Series                Responsible Owner.         Needs Motor Work
  4x4 Club Cab                        Fully Powered                fisher plow ready.                 97,534 miles                 Has Z-71 Package.                $18,000
 Automatic,Low Miles!!!                                                                                $11,000                   Silver Blue Color. With
                                        New Tires                     $6,000 OBO                                                                                                           Let’s Talk, Make
      $3,500!!!                     Excellent Condition           Call: 860-974-1801             Call: 413-245-7937
                                                                                                                                 Tonneau Cover & Liner.
                                                                                                                                  8k Miles, One Owner.
                                                                                                                                                                  860-923-0146
                                        $3500.00                                                                                     Asking $25,000               508-612-6974                  An Offer!        FOUND HERE!
  Call: 860-208-5566                  860-315-7309                                                    after 5pm                    Fran 508-791-9885                                      Call (508)347-7300




             2012 Subaru Impreza Debuts as a Strong
             Contender for Winter Vehicle of the Year




The 2012 Subaru Impreza has been redesigned with strongly improved fuel economy and a more engaging exterior look that opens up the cabin for greater visibility.


                    BY KEITH GRIFFIN                          being penned. The 2011 Subaru Impreza                            Impreza is also a good highway cruiser
                                                              had a bigger engine. Of course it was                            and adept at local roads, too.                                      VITAL STATISTICS
  Manufacturers introduce their latest                        going to be less fuel efficient but it was                       Improvements in the A-pillar design,                       Wheelbase: 104.1 inches
vehicles at media drives that are usually a                   also more powerful. That's true. The pre-                        which is thinner and moved forward eight                   Length: 180.3 inches (sedan), 173.8
mixture of too much food (automotive                          vious model had 170 horsepower and 170                           inches, makes visibility impressive.                       inches (hatchback)
journalists like to be fed every two hours                    lb.-ft. of torque compared to the new                            There's no sense of sitting in an enclosed                 Width: inches
or so), fact-filled presentations that make                   Impreza's 148 horsepower and 145 lb.-ft. of                      bathtub like one had with previous                         Height: inches
you nod off (because of all the food) and                     torque from its smaller engine.                                  Imprezas.                                                  Curb weight: 2910 lbs.
short drives along safe roads that make                          But (just to throw in my own but), the                          Other design improvements include                        Engine:
even the most horrible cars look good.                        2012 Subaru Impreza is faster from 0-60                          shorter hood and a wheelbase that is one-                  Horsepower: 148 @ 6,200 rpm
  Then you have Subaru, which decided                         with the CVT. Subaru said it can make the                        inch longer, which contributes to the rear                 Torque: 145 lb.-ft. @ 4,200 rpm
to launch its 2012 Subaru Impreza in                          trek in 9.8 seconds vs. 10.3 seconds for the                     legroom increasing two inches (thanks to                   EPA estimated mpg city/highway:
Manhattan, of all places. What car compa-                     outgoing model. Not only is this Impreza                         scalloped front seats that add another                     27/36 (CVT) 25/34 (manual)
ny in its right mind subjects its new com-                    more fuel efficient but it's faster.                             inch). The door openings are also wider                    Base price: $17,495
pact sedan to morning traffic in lower                           So it's still not right to use the word fast                  for easier entry and exit, as well as mak-                 As-tested price: $22,595
midtown and then lets journalists drive it                    and Impreza in the same breath for this                          ing it simpler to load cargo in the back-                  Also consider: (a comparative vehicle)
for 250 miles? A company that is rightly                      sedan or hatchback. However, the new                             seat (such as televisions). The shoulder                   Chevrolet Cruze, Honda Civic, Mazda3
confident in its latest offering.                             transmission provides the smoothest                              line has also been lowered for better visi-                and Hyundai Elantra
  Ever hear the old childhood taunt of                        acceleration of any CVT I've tested under                        bility.
"You're ugly and your mother dresses you                      hard acceleration. Like any CVT, though,                           I consider the 2012 Subaru Impreza,
funny"? Well, give Subaru credit for point-                   it can get caught looking for shifts under                       which goes on sale in November, to be a
ing that taunt inward and conceded the                        certain conditions like hilly terrain. It's                      strong contender for the New England
previous generation Impreza wasn't a                          not a deal breaker but it is noticeable.                         Winter Vehicle of the Year that is award-
looker. Oh, and by the way, it consumed                          Two different versions of standard                            ed annually by the New England Motor
gas at a horrible rate for a car its size.                    Symmetrical AWD, depending on trans-                             Press Association. It has all-wheel drive, a
  Let's address the latter point first. The                   mission: models with 5-speed manual                              roomy interior, and simply outstanding
2012 Subaru Impreza gets the new 2.0-liter                    transmission feature Continuous AWD                              fuel economy numbers. C'mon winter.
Boxer engine that debuted in the 2011                         with a viscous coupling locking center                           Throw us your best shot. The Impreza's
Subaru Forester. It features longer stroke,
double overhead camshafts and dual
active valve control system for efficient
                                                              differential that splits power 50:50 front to
                                                              rear. Models with Lineartronic CVT use
                                                              Active AWD with an electronically man-
                                                                                                                               ready to take you on.
                                                                                                                                 The 2012 Subaru Impreza, which has
                                                                                                                               standard all-wheel drive, will start at the
                                                                                                                                                                                          Auto Review
performance and low emissions.                                aged continuously variable transfer                              base price of $17,495, which is what the
  How efficient? The 2012 Subaru Impreza                      clutch that actively manages the power                           2011 Subaru Impreza sold for. The next
with the continuously variable transmis-                      split based on acceleration, deceleration                        most expensive Impreza is the 2.0
sion is EPA rated at 27-mpg city and 36-                      and available traction. Both systems                             Premium at $18,795, which is $710 less
                .
mpg highway For comparison's sake, the                        power all four wheels and will transfer                          than a Honda Civic EX. The Impreza 2.0
2011 Subaru Impreza with the 2.5-liter                        power to the wheels with the best grip.                          Limited four-door sedan starts at $21,595.
engine was pegged at 20-mpg city and 26-                         As mentioned at the top, Subaru let                           The 2.0 Sport Premium five-door hatch-
mpg with its four-speed automatic trans-                      automotive journalists flog the Impreza                          back starts at $20,295. The hatchback in
mission.                                                      over a lot of miles in three states, includ-                     Limited trim with a continuously vari-
  Cruising range for the Subaru Impreza                       ing a stop at Camp Hi-Rock in Mount                              able transmission starts at $22,595.
is 523 miles, up 67 miles from the 2011                       Washington, Mass., which had an impres-
Impreza, in spite of a smaller gas tank.                      sive, twisty gravel road that just made you                        (For the latest new car news, follow me
That gives the current Impreza a better                       want to throw the rear-end sideways.                             on Twitter at aboutusedcars. You can also
range than the Chevrolet Cruze, Honda                         Fortunately, the all-wheel drive and elec-                       read the latest automotive news at
Civic, Mazda3 and Hyundai Elantra –                           tronic stability control stepped in at the                       TorqueNews.com, where I am a contribu-
none of which offer all-wheel drive.                          right time.                                                      tor, or learn about buying and selling a
  It's possible to hear the "buts" as this is                    The fourth-generation 2012 Subaru                             used car at UsedCars.About.com.)
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