Call the Senior Center office at 203-891-4784 to reserve your seat.
There will be a complete Irish Dinner with Corned Beef and Cabbage and all that goes with it.
Tickets are $38 per person and reservations must be made in advance by Sunday, March 8.
Checks should be made out to ORTC and mailed to P.O. Box 632, Orange CT 06477.
There will be a cash bar and door prizes. We hope many of our friends will join us. It is always an enjoyable opportunity for “Wearing of the Green” by all who attend.
For questions and/or reservations, please call Pat Zeoli at (203) 795-9679.
— press release from the Orange Republican Town Committee
Originally Published on: Feb 7, 2015 @ 13:04
The stickers are $2 each or 3 for $5.
Under the famous Orange logo of a farmer and oxen, it says “A Great Place To Live” in celebration of Orange’s recent status update as the “Number 5: Best Cities for Young Families In Connecticut”
Click HERE to place your order.
Display one proudly on your car window to let everyone know that Orange IS a great place to live.
Obviously, some people still don’t know how to distance themselves or control their vehicles in the snow.
Be careful out there and remember driving 101 wherever you go.
Car repairs, even from minor fender benders can be costly.
Recently, Orange Live told you about scholarship opportunities available from the Orange Scholarship Fund Association.
Orange (High School) Seniors, there are only six weeks left to deadline!
Seniors at any of the local public and private high schools who are residents of Orange and plan to continue their education are eligible to apply, with scholarships being awarded on the basis of need, academic achievement, and community service.
If you live in Orange and plan to apply for a scholarship, time is getting short. Pick up your application to the Orange Scholarship Fund Association at Case Memorial Library, 176 Tyler City Road and get started.
Completed applications are due April 15. Complete means fully filled out, with all the references and documentation attached.
Incomplete applications are not considered, so don’t delay any longer.
Don’t miss out because you just didn’t get around to it.
Hazards include snow, briefly mixing with or changing to freezing rain.
Snow accumulation of 4 to 7 inches with a glaze of ice is expected.
Visibility will be down to 1/4 to 1/2 mile at times.
Temperatures will be in the upper 20s.
Snow will be moderate to locally heavy at times into the evening.
Hazardous travel expected due to snow covered surfaces.
Keep travel down to a minimum and be mindful that other drivers may not be skilled in driving in the snow.
Be prepared for emergency situations by keeping an extra flashlight, food and water in your vehicle.
Hundreds of synagogues across the continent will take part in an historic national Jewish event to celebrate what unifies all Jews — Shabbat! Everyone is invited… singles, couples, families — all ages.
That’s the magic of Shabbat Across America and Shabbat Across Canada. By participating in this continent wide event, you will not only have the opportunity to experience Shabbat, but you will be sharing your experience with tens of thousands of Jews across North America.
Siddur presentation at 7 p.m. Service.
NOTE: Reservations were due by Wednesday, Feb. 24.
Originally Published on: Feb 13, 2015 @ 15:16
Investigation revealed that Timothy Lydon, 41, of 387 Valleybrook Road, Orange, had gotten into an argument with a female relative, and that the argument turned physical.
Lydon allegedly choked the victim and covered her face so she could not breathe.
Officers took Lydon into custody and he was subsequently charged with third-degree strangulation (a felony) and disorderly conduct.
He was held on $5,000 bonds for court later that day.