The Orange Volunteer Firemen’s Carnival opened at 5 p.m. Thursday, and will go on through Sunday night.
This is the fire department’s biggest fundraiser of the year. Come on by, even if it’s raining. There’s plenty of food and OH, don’t forget to buy your raffle tickets.
Girls Softball for girls ages 8-13 — born 1/1/2001 to 12/31/2006 — in three divisions: 8-9 year olds, 10-11 year olds and 12-13 year olds.
There will be some travel to other towns for all leagues since they are participating in a program coordinated by another town. Games will be played on the weekends. Level of play will be determined by your child’s age as of 12/31/2014.
There is a fee associated with this program. Registrations must be received by Aug. 28.
OLL Softball is looking for volunteer managers and coaches.
For information, visit the OLL WEBSITE or call Ed Whitman at 203-494-4369.
Fall baseball for boys 7-12 — born between 5/01/2002 and 4/30/2009.
For those new to the Fall Baseball League, it is a great opportunity to get a jump-start into next season.
For kids in the younger age groups moving up, this will be their first look at facing kid-pitching, as opposed to a coach or a machine. It will get them acclimated and ready for the spring season.
For the kids in the older leagues they will start to see better, faster pitching, also in preparation for the spring.
Fee for Baseball/Softball: $ 125.00
Visit the OLL WEBSITE for information and registration forms.
To all the caring Orange residents and others who shared his story, I am happy to let you know that Piggy Has Been Found.
His owner said, “He crossed Boston Post Road and he was caught in the woods next to Home Depot. Thank goodness he didn’t get hurt!! An Orange police officer and Buddha Dog Rescue were totally responsible for us getting him back. We couldn’t be more grateful!!!”
He’s home with his family and most likely relaxing for the first time in nearly three days.
His family extends their gratitude to everyone who helped in the search and passed the word along through social networks.
This is the type of happy ending that everyone was hoping for.
Welcome Home Piggy — Now don’t ever do that again!
(But, if you do, we’ll be there for you.)
UPDATE: The deadline for online purchases has passed. BUT the Fire Department has expanded the deadline to Wednesday, July 30 at NOON. You have a second chance, so Don’t procrastinate.
This is it! just a few hours left in which to purchase a discount ride wristband for the Orange Volunteer Firemen’s Carnival. This opportunity ends at 12 p.m. Wednesday, July 30.
Prices vary depending on how many you buy. Click HERE for the wristband ordering page.
Tickets and wristbands are non-refundable, but if the weather forecast is accurate, the firefighters will have a beautiful weekend for the carny.
NOTE: children must be at least 3-feet tall to ride any ride.
You may pick up your wristbands at the rear of the main raffle booth across from the pavilion. A photo ID is required!!
Wristbands are good at the following days/times:
1) Thursday, 5-11 p.m.
2) Friday 5 p.m. to midnight
3) Saturday 12-5 p.m.
4) Saturday, 5 p.m. to midnight
5) Sunday, 12-5 p.m.
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Elementary School: Turkey Hill Middle School: Amity High School: Amity
For more information, call Community Services at 203-891-4788.
Community Services is located in the High Plains Community Center, 525 Orange Center Road.
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Claudia was born in Bridgeport, the daughter of Althea and the late Vincent Dinan.
She was a 1976 graduate of Smith College, and a 1980 graduate of the Yale School of Medicine. She served her internship and residency from 1980 until 1983 at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
She was in private practice with Pulmonary Associates of New Haven and was on the medical staff of both Yale New Haven Hospital and St. Raphael Hospital.
After raising her children she taught middle school Mathamatics at the Foote School in New Haven.
Claudia’s family was the center of her life, she enjoyed knitting, cooking, playing the piano, reading and playing with her beloved dogs.
In addition to her husband she is survived by her children; Vincent M., Christopher J., Timothy D. and Elizabeth C. Granata.
Her mother Althea Dinan and her sister Althea Dinan II and her husband Thomas O’Conner.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral on Wednesday, July 30, at 11:00 am at the St. Thomas More Chapel at Yale, for a Mass of Christian burial. Interment will be private.
There will be no calling hours. Larson Funeral Home, 2496 North Ave, Bridgeport is in care of arrangements.
Piggy is a puggle (pug/beagle mix) He is cream-colored and responds to anything along the line of Pig (Piggle, Piglet, etc.)
He was last seen near 273 Hawthorne Street in Orange,on Sunday night.
Please call 860-919-7477 if you see him!
From the owner on Sunday night:
No luck with the last sighting. We had to stop for the night because it was too dark. We will be back in the morning.
Please call my cell 860-919-7477 if you see or find him. He is very friendly just frightened.
His tail is mostly tan, if it has white, it would only be a little bit. The underside is whiter
For those who are looking, we believe Piggy has been staying in the general vicinity, we saw him recently, if you live nearby to 273 Hawthorne Street and you have a plant border from your neighbor in any direction, please go check around for him.
NOTE: he was spotted around the Old Tavern, Orange Center and Drummond Road areas late Sunday night.
If he is returned, please let Orange Live know so we can update. Good Luck Everyone!
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Refinished hardwood floors throughout the first floor. Master bedroom with private bathroom, finished lower level with half bath.
2,457 square feet, central air conditioning, baseboard heat. Fireplace, double pane storm windows. Attached two car garage, Deck in back.
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