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Norfolk Students to Play in Honor Band

Three Norfolk students were chosen to play in honor bands after auditions in Bristol on November 17. Serena Sinclair, percussion, and Elise Wignall, violin, will play in the Northern Region High School Concert Festival in New Britain on January 18, and Daniel Torrey, euphonium, will play in the Northern Region Youth Honor Band concert in Canton on February 1. More information is available on the Connecticut Music Educators Association Web site, www.cmea.org.


Republican Caucus

Notice is given that there will be a caucus of all enrolled Republican electors of the Town of Norfolk on January 14 at 7:30 PM at the Norfolk Town Hall to endorse candidates for the Republican Town Committee.


Second Grade Class Gives of Itself

Botelle School’s second grade class took a unique approach to gift giving this holiday season. In lieu  of a grab bag with each other they decided to participate in the International Heifer Project. The children learned that a $20 donation could purchase a flock of chicks, which would produce eggs for food or to sell. The children learned how the funds they raise could change the lives of a needy family somewhere in the world, and provide them with the resources they need to become self-reliant. The children used their own funds for their grab bag gifts. The small class of 16 students raised $500 to date. If you would like to help this class reach their goal of purchasing a whole heifer, donations can be made to: Mrs. Ramsey’s second grade class in care of Botelle School, 128 Greenwoods Road East, Norfolk, Connecticut 06058.


Fireside Fridays at Norfolk Library

During the cold months from January through March, the Norfolk Library Associates will host weekly “Fireside Friday” gatherings before the fireplace in the Great Hall of the library to enjoy refreshments and conversation. The meetings will be held from  3 pm until 4:30 pm.  Mary Ann McGourty, Rita Freedman and Margaret O’Malley are spearheading the planning and would welcome any suggestions for the focus for any given Friday.  Suggestions to date include: a repeat recital of the musical trio of Linda Bell, Nan Frost and Sarah Garrison, as well as other musical interludes, rug-hooking and needlework, conversation about recent scientific topics in the New York Times Tuesday Science section, poetry reading, and games such as Bridge, Mah Jong, and Backgammon


Norfolk After School Program

Registration forms for the Norfolk After School Program (NAS) will be available January 2, in the office of Botelle School or at the Corner Store. The NAS is a program developed by the Botelle Parent Teachers Organization (PTO) with the objective of providing children with interesting, educational, and creative after school activities at an affordable price. This year’s classes will begin January 23, with courses such as indoor soccer or art lesson for older children.  For younger children, Tumble Fun will be offered. The fee is $30 per class for six weeks. Classes meet once a week from 3:15 p.m. until 4:15 p.m. For more information contact Tina Olsen at 542-3994.


Food Banks in Need

With the rising cost of fuel and electricity, local food banks have seen a rise in demand. They are in need of donations, such as canned soups, fruits and vegetables, peanut butter, boxesof cereal, and personal hygiene products. Donations may be dropped off at the Open Door Soup Kitchen on Main Street in Winsted. Please check expiration dates before dropping off donations.


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