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Kindness Rock Garden Ribbon Cutting Planned

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Jun 192017
 

The Orange Arts and Cultural Council and Orange Community Services have partnered together to bring a Kindness Rock Garden to town.

Every Friday in May groups of people got together to paint rocks with inspirational sayings for the garden.

The creativity expanded to the community during last week’s Orange Expo, when visitors were invited to paint rocks for inclusion in the garden.

This Wednesday, June 21 at 1 p.m. the OACC and Community Services will host a ribbon cutting for the Kindness Rock Garden at High Plains Community Center near the front cafeteria doors.

All are welcome to attend.

 

Walk the Labyrinth

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Jun 192017
 

Come walk the Good Shepherd labyrinth on Saturday, July 8 at 9 a.m.  The labyrinth in available anytime to anyone for walking prayer and meditation, and once a month Rev. Diana leads a guided labyrinth walk.

No registration or fee required.

The Good Shepherd labyrinth is locatedon the church grounds just off Pryde Drive.

The Good Shepherd labyrinth is listed with the Worldwide Labyrinth Locator at  www.labyrinthlocator.com/

Reunited!

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Jun 172017
 

This male Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was found in the vicinity of Orange Center Road and Old Tavern Road around 7 a.m. on Wednesday, June 14.

He was wearing a red collar with an electric fence monitor. No other identification.

The Good Samaritan called the Milford/Orange Animal Control and he was taken into their possession.

The good news is that he has since been reunited with his owner.

Remember, the Independence Day holiday is coming and most pets run away around that time than any other time of year because they are frightened by the loud firecrackers and fireworks that people set off everywhere.

Please prepare ahead of time and find something that will help keep your pet calm and comfortable during the next few weeks.

May 282016
 

IMG_0876If you are an Amity Baseball fan, you most likely are familiar with Andy Hague.

The Spartan’s second baseman wears #1 on his jersey and was chosen as #1 (The MVP) in the SCC Championship game against Notre Dame West Haven today.

Hague and his brother Teddy #7 (a pitcher who also plays outfield), both juniors at Amity, have had a phenomenal year and fans look forward to seeing what they will contribute to the team next year.

Andy is a popular guy, always smiling and showing a positive attitude on and off the field, and the boy has skills!

Congratulations Andy Hague, this year’s SCC Ed Marocco Most Outstanding Player Award Winner. And thank you for an exciting regular season.

ALERT: Winter Weather Advisory in Effect Until 9 a.m. Tuesday (Extremely Hazardous Travel Conditions)

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Feb 022015
 

winter-weather-advisoryA winter weather advisory has been issued for our area. Effective now through 9 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3.

Among the hazardous conditions are significant icing; northwest winds of 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph; temperatures of 6 to 20 above with wind chills of 0 to 10 below.

The advisory includes a warning of hazardous travel, especially on untreated surfaces due to snow and ice covered roads and walkways.

Scattered power outages are possible from falling tree limbs.

Significant black ice is expected to cause travel difficulties, so be prepared for slippery roads and use caution while driving.