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About the show:
Based on the unbelievable true story of one of the most famous con artists in history, Catch Me If You Can is a rousing musical set in the 1960s. We begin as Frank Abagnale Jr. is captured by Agent Carl Hanratty after years of pursuit.
Frank, however, thinks we deserve to hear his version of the truth and narrates his life as a hip, dance-heavy variety TV show. We see a teenage Frank run away from his unhappy home to live a life of adventure, conning people by assuming a multitude of identities, including an airplane pilot, doctor, and lawyer.
Catch Me If You Can tells the tale of an ingenious, yet lonely, boy looking for his place in the world.
You may remember the movie starring Leonardo Decaprio as Frank, Tom Hanks as Carl and Christopher Walken as Frank Sr.
Amity Musicals are known as some of the finest in the region having won top awards in the past 11 years for “Musical,” “Actor,” “Actress,” “Supporting Actor,” “Supporting Actress,” “Musical Direction,” “Orchestra,” “Director,” and so much more.
Don’t delay, this show will sell out, and you will miss out if you don’t hurry.
In the United States, the affected canned dog foods were distributed through retail pet stores and veterinary clinics nationwide. No dry foods, cat foods, or treats are affected.
Pet parents who purchased the product with the specific lot/date codes listed should discontinue feeding and dispose of those products immediately or return unopened product to your retailer for a refund. For more information, please contact Hill’s via our website or at 1-800-445-5777.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition learned of the potential for elevated vitamin D levels in some of our canned dog foods after receiving a complaint in the United States about a dog exhibiting signs of elevated vitamin D levels. Our investigation confirmed elevated levels of vitamin D due to a supplier error.
We care deeply about all pets and are committed to providing pet parents with safe and high-quality products. Hill’s has identified and isolated the error and, to prevent this from happening again, we have required our supplier to implement additional quality testing prior to their release of ingredients. In addition to our existing safety processes, we are adding our own further testing of incoming ingredients.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition is voluntarily recalling select canned dog food products due to potentially elevated levels of vitamin D. While vitamin D is an essential nutrient for dogs, ingestion of elevated levels can lead to potential health issues depending on the level of vitamin D and the length of exposure, and dogs may exhibit symptoms such as vomiting, loss of appetite, increased thirst, increased urination, excessive drooling, and weight loss. Vitamin D, when consumed at very high levels, can lead to serious health issues in dogs including renal dysfunction.
Pet parents with dogs who have consumed any of the products listed and are exhibiting any of these signs should contact their veterinarian. In most cases, complete recovery is expected after discontinuation of feeding.
For further information, please contact Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. at 1-800-445-5777 Monday-Friday during the hours of 9am-5pm (CST) or at email@example.com. Information can also be found at www.hillspet.com/productlist
This voluntary recall only impacts canned dog food and primarily in the United States. It is being conducted in cooperation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Impacted products outside of the United States will be subject to separate notices on the country-specific website. If you are outside of the United States, please check your own country’s Hill’s website for more information.
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|Hill’s Prescription Diet i/d Canine Chicken & Vegetable Stew 12.5oz||3389||102020T04|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet i/d Canine Chicken & Vegetable Stew 5.5oz||3390||102020T11|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet z/d Canine 5.5oz||5403||102020T17|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet g/d Canine 13oz||7006||112020T19|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet i/d Canine 13oz||7008||092020T30|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet j/d Canine 13oz||7009||112020T20|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet k/d Canine 13oz||7010||102020T10|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet w/d Canine 13oz||7017||092020T30|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet z/d Canine 13oz||7018||102020T04|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet Metabolic + Mobility Canine Vegetable & Tuna Stew 12.5oz||10086||102020T05|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet w/d Canine Vegetable & Chicken Stew 12.5oz||10129||102020T04|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet i/d Low Fat Canine Rice, Vegetable & Chicken Stew 12.5oz||10423||102020T17|
|Hill’s Prescription Diet Derm Defense Canine Chicken & Vegetable Stew 12.5oz||10509||102020T05|
|Hill’s Science Diet Adult 7+ Small & Toy Breed Chicken & Barley Entree Dog Food 5.8oz||4969||102020T18|
|Hill’s Science Diet Puppy Chicken & Barley Entree 13oz||7036||102020T12|
|Hill’s Science Diet Adult Chicken & Barley Entree Dog Food 13oz||7037||102020T13|
|Hill’s Science Diet? Adult Turkey & Barley Dog Food 13oz||7038||102020T06|
|Hill’s Science Diet Adult Chicken & Beef Entree Dog Food 13oz||7040||102020T13|
|Hill’s Science Diet Adult Light with Liver Dog Food 13oz||7048||112020T19|
|Hill’s Science Diet Adult 7+ Chicken & Barley Entree Dog Food 13oz||7055||092020T31|
|Hill’s Science Diet Adult 7+ Beef & Barley Entree Dog Food 13oz||7056||092020T31|
|Hill’s Science Diet Adult 7+ Turkey & Barley Entree 13oz||7057||112020T19|
|Hill’s Science Diet Adult 7+ Healthy Cuisine Braised Beef, Carrots & Peas Stew dog food 12.5oz||10452||102020T14|
|Hill’s Science Diet Adult 7+ Youthful Vitality Chicken & Vegetable Stew dog food 12.5oz||10763||102020T04|
It is with great sadness we announce the passing of our beloved father, Anthony “Tony” John Pinto, Jr. (Junior) of West Palm Beach, Florida, on February 1, 2019. He passed peacefully surrounded by his four daughters. He was born to the late Anthony J. Pinto, Sr. and Mary Amato Pinto of New Haven, Connecticut.
Tony graduated from Wilbur Cross High School in 1961 and later attended Bryant College in Rhode Island. He was married to Carol Glowacki Pinto is 1964 in Orange, Connecticut, and together they raised four daughters.
Tony was a real estate broker and commercial developer in Connecticut. He worked for the Fusco Corporation in his early years and continued his success in commercial real estate until his retirement.
He was also an accomplished professional pool player, who went on to win several tournaments as a member of the Renegades, including wins in Las Vegas.
Anthony could fill a room when he entered with his contagious sense of humor and smile. He was known for his legendary Fourth of July fireworks, passed onto him by his late grandfather Frank Amato, his love for the New York Giants and his generous heart.
In his later years, Tony enjoyed the company of his partner and companion of 9 years, Ann Marie Mercurio of Clinton, Connecticut, who passed in 2016. Together they shared their love with family from holiday parties to impromptu gatherings on “the seawall” at their home in Clinton, Connecticut. To see them laughing and dancing the night away together, would inspire love and happiness to all that knew them.
Tony is survived by his sister, Francis Festa (Robert Festa) and their two sons Robert and David. His four daughters, Maria Pinto (Jodie Bechard), Audra Pinto (Brian Mahoney), Nicole Pinto (Toby Barnes) and Erica Pinto (Adam Parker).
He is also survived by his grandsons Rowan and Keane Mahoney, his former wife Carol Pinto, girlfriend Cynthia Anderson of West Palm Beach, Florida, and many family and friends.
In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting you make a donation on his behalf to a charity of your choice and to pass on Random Acts of Kindness to others.
A memorial mass will be celebrated on Saturday, February 9, 2019, at St. Michael Church, 29 Wooster Pl., New Haven, CT at 11 a.m.
The Orange Lions Club will host its annual Spring Wine Tasting event on Friday, March 22, 2019, at St Barbara’s Church Hall, 480 Racebrook Road from 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. The tasting will be facilitated by the Wine and Liquor Outlet of Orange.
The tasting will feature a large selection of wines, boutique beers, and some specialty liquors. The event also will feature a large cheese table, appetizers, and delicious desserts. As always, a lively raffle of baskets will take place during the evening.
All proceeds will benefit Lions Club local and national charities. Additionally, the club supports Fidelco Guide Dogs and Low Vision Centers. The Club awards Community Grants to worthy groups/individuals such as the Orange Historical Society, Senior Center, Case Memorial Library, Youth Services, and the Volunteer Fire Department, serves an annual Thanksgiving dinner to local seniors, does vision screenings for young children in Orange, and provides scholarships to qualified Amity seniors.
Join the Orange Lions on Friday, March 22, for this wonderful evening and get your tickets early.
Tickets are available from any Orange Lion Club member, at The Wine and Liquor Outlet, or by calling 203-795-3906 or 203-795- 0134 and through the following link https://orangelionswinetasting.brownpapertickets.com/
After they were introduced, the boys brought out the puppy in their older companion. They bounced around, ran after one another and seemed to have a great time.
Although, during the playtime, the female did not hesitate to put the boys in their place if necessary.
NOTE: The nearby female red wolf that reportedly is in heat, ran from one end of her enclosure to the other to check out her handsome new neighbors.
Here’s what the zoo had to say about the new wolves:
Born on May 13, 2017 at the Endangered Wolf Center of Eureka, Missouri, the brothers arrived on December 6, 2018, and have been in quarantine, required for any new Zoo arrival. The males have now joined the Zoo’s remaining female to begin a small pack. The Zoo lost a second female due to a medically untreatable condition last month. Guests will be able to view the three Mexican Gray wolves between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily from the W.O.L.F. Cabin (Wolf Observation Learning Facility).
As with the female Mexican Gray wolves, the brothers will not be named. This serves to emphasize their wild status, and helps to prevent human/wolf interaction so that a re-introduction to the wild at some point may be possible. No breeding is planned for the new pack, although a Species Survival Plan recommendation may be made in the future. The Species Survival Program (SSP) is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ (AZA) breeding and management program designed to preserve the long-term sustainability of animal populations in human care.
The existing Mexican gray wolf at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo was born in 2007 at the California Wolf Center in Julian, Calif. The Zoo is also home to two Red wolves, one male named Peanut, and one female named Shy. The Mexican gray wolves and the Red wolves are two of the rarest mammals in North America. Both species at one time were completely extinct in the wild.
“Both species of wolves at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo are imperiled. It is only through managed breeding and reintroduction that they survive in the wild today,” said Gregg Dancho, zoo director. “We’re pleased to add two new wolves to our Wolf Observation Learning Facility, and offer our guests an incredible opportunity to see these beautiful and fascinating animals up close.”
Missing from the landscape for more than 30 years, returning the Mexican gray wolf, or “lobo” to the wild was a significant milestone for wildlife conservation efforts. More than a million wolves were killed in the U.S. between 1850 and 1900. In 1907, a call was made for the extinction of the entire species. Throughout the wolf’s history, they have been hunted and reviled due to fear and misunderstanding.
In 1998, The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released 11 Mexican gray wolves back into the wild in Arizona and New Mexico, in an effort to restore balance to the Southwest’s ecosystems under the Endangered Species Act. Wolves contribute to the health of the environment by keeping deer, elk and javelina populations in check, preventing these animals from population growth that results in overgrazing and the destruction of habitat that other species depend upon.
Come to the Beardsley Zoo, 1875 Noble Ave., Bridgeport, to see these beautiful animals. We are so lucky to have this wonderful resource only a few minutes away from Orange.
While you’re there, be sure to visit the Amur Tiger sisters, at just over a year old, they are almost as big as their mother. The Red Pandas are enjoying their new habitat, and they are so cute, everyone loves them.
When the weather warms up a little more, the prairie dogs will be scampering around, too.
Did you know that the Beardsley Zoo has a beautiful carousel and an awesome Victorian Greenhouse?
The zoo also offers many volunteer opportunities and hands-on educational programs for children and teens.
Get involved and enrich your life and the lives of these precious animals.
Upon arrival, officers reportedly observed Nina Steele, 34, of West Haven standing on the side of the road near the accident. According to the report, her speech was slurred and her eyes were bloodshot.
She stated that she did not know what she hit in the road. (Officers discovered it was a mailbox). Officers administered standardized field sobriety tests. Subsequently, Steele was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failure to drive in a proper lane.
Steele posted a $50 cash bond and she was given a court date of Feb. 15.
The driver, later identified as John E. Kouremetis, 38, of Branford, then began to follow and throw beer bottles at another vehicle.
Police stopped the car and, according to the report, Kouremetis was behind the wheel with a strong smell of alcoholic beverage emanating from the vehicle. Officers administered Standardized Sobriety Field Tests, and also discovered a firearm and controlled substances within his vehicle.
Kouremetis was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, illegal operation of a motor vehicle to harass/intimidate, carrying a firearm under the influence of alcohol or drugs, possession of a controlled substance and failure to drive in a proper lane.
Kouremetis posted a $500 bond and was given a court date of Feb. 19.
Monday, Feb. 4
Boys and Girls Indoor Track Cap. Prep. Last Chance Meet away at Floyd Little 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 5
Unified Sports Basketball vs Shelton, Away at 2:30 p.m.
Girls Gymnastics vs Wilton, Fairfield Warde Away at 4:30 p.m.
Boys Basketball vs Lyman Hall Away at Lyman Hall at 7:00 p.m.
Girls Basketball vs Lauralton Hall Home at Amity at 7:00 p.m.
Boys Swimming and Diving vs Notre Dame-West Haven Home at Orange Community Center Pool at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 6
Boys and Girls Alpine Skiing RACE Away at Mt. Southington at 4:00 p.m.
Wrestling vs Jonathan Law Home at Amity at 6:00 p.m.
Boys Ice Hockey vs Lyman Hall/H-K/Coginchaug Home at Bennett Rink, West Haven at 8:30 p.m.
Girls Ice Hockey vs Hand-Coginchaug-Old Lyme Away at Northford Ice Pavilion at 8:30 p.m.
Boys Basketball vs Wilbur Cross Home at Amity at 7:00 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 8
Boys Indoor Track Class L Championship Meet Away at Floyd Little at 4:00 p.m.
V Boys Swimming and Diving vs Norwalk/Brien McMahon Away at 6:00 p.m.
Girls Ice Hockey vs New Canaan Away at Darien Ice Rink at 6:00 p.m.
Girls Basketball vs. East Haven Away at East Haven High School at 7:00 p.m.
Dance Team Warde Dance Away at Fairfield Warde HS at 4:00 p.m.
Girls Gymnastics FCIAC Championships Away at Westhill High School at 10:00 a.m.
Girls Indoor Track State Championships Away at Floyd Little at 4:30 p.m.
NOTE: CT SCIENCE FAIR Middle & Main Gym at 8:00 a.m.
Everyone is welcome to attend and tour the classrooms during this event.
For more information about the open house or the 3 and 4-year-old programs for the upcoming school year, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 203-795-9749, ext. 305.
Visit the school website at orangecongregationalchurchnurseryschool.com.
In case of inclement weather, the snow date is March 10.