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Bethel Photojournalist reflects on the Eleventh Anniversary of 9.11

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 Written and photographed by Paula Antolini Story and Photos By Paula Antolini Sometimes we need to be reminded of how lucky we are about what we have in our lives, including our loved ones, that at times we seem to take for granted. If there is anything that will bring this thought home it’s […] [Read More]
Categories: General

A father’s journey, with his autistic son, to a field of dreams

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Visiting Holland Garry Berger has always loved sports, and, like many parents, longed for the day he could share this joy with his child. “One of the fun things I was looking forward to was to play sports and coach the teams,” Berger says. But when his first son Max was born, Berger felt as […] [Read More]

Bethel Bakes for Bela!

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Bethel Bakes for Bela!!!! I recently came across a Facebook post about a Bethel mother selling raffle tickets to raise money so that her terminally ill daughter and the rest of her family could attend a yearly convention for a disease that is affecting her daughter.  The Facebook post took me to CaringBridge, a website […] [Read More]

Kindergarten Registration in Bethel!

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by Christie Macomber Parents whose children will be 5 years old on or before January 1, 2013, your child will be eligible to start kindergarten in August, 2012. If you have not already pre-registered, please do so by calling Sue White at 203-794-8755, Monday – Friday, between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM. We will ask […] [Read More]
Categories: Education

Life Lessons Abound the Award Winning Film BUCK

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Cindy Meehl You may not believe that someone with a background in fashion and art and no prior movie making experience is capable of directing and producing an award winning film on their first try. You may also find it hard to believe that watching a movie about horses can be so thought provoking that […] [Read More]

Christmas Wreaths for Sale

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Written by Christie Macomber Proceeds of this sale will benefit the St Mary’s Mission Trip/Retreat, a yearly event that sends a group of high school students and adult chaperones to volunteer their time and talents to provide supplies and service to those in need.  Past works included rebuilding condemned homes, working at food banks, homeless […] [Read More]

Cooking Class to benefit DAWS

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by Christie Macomber Cooking Class to benefit DAWS!  Looking for a great night out? Just sit back, socialize with family and friends, taste some food and drink some wine. Two Steps Chefs will provide a night of great fun, chock full of demo’s, recipes and cooking tips.  Everything made at the class will be served […] [Read More]
Categories: Non-profits

Bethel High School Selected to Participate in Sikorsky Innovations STEM Challenge

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by Kari Hulgaard 0inShare 0 Comments Bethel High School is one of five schools in Connecticut selected to participate in the Sikorsky Innovations STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) Challenge this year. Teams of Sikorsky Innovations engineers working with CT Corsair have designed this “real world” design challenge to provide students interested in a career in […] [Read More]
Categories: Education