Monthly Archive for June, 2011

: June, 2011

2011 CT Emerald Ash Borer Trapping Program

Recently, these purple boxes have been seen throughout Fairfield and Westchester Counties ~ so we did some research! Information from the University of Connecticut, College for Agriculture and Natural

Don’t Let the Name Fool You… Fun for the Entire Family at Golf Quest!

By Joanna Kutler Looking for a fun summertime activity?  How about playing a round of mini golf and hitting the batting cages at Golf Quest in Brookfield, CT.  The mini golf facility at Golf Quest is

Bethel High School Grads Set Record in Scholarship Earnings

By Jennifer Leavitt-Wipf Bethel High School graduated 244 seniors on Tuesday evening, in a O’Neill Center ceremony that focused on achievement, family and happiness. The class of 2011 earned a record

Gymnastics Revolution Nearing its Relocation Finish Line

By Jennifer Leavitt-Wipf Forced to  close after roof damage from ice and snow back in January, Gymnastics Revolution of Bethel will celebrate its grand re-opening on Tuesday, July 5 from 12-6 p.m., at
Categories: Sports

Malloy’s Budget Leads to Income Loss for Thousands

Written by Jennifer Leavitt-Wipf A state-wide study reveals that, for over ten years now, thousands of Connecticut residents have been deriving their full or part time incomes from web sites, through

Raccoons and Moose and Bears, Oh My!

By Jennifer Leavitt-Wipf Wildlife has been out and about lately, from moose trekking along I-84, to raccoons and bears roaming through local backyards. At least 100 moose live in this state, and
Categories: Animals
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