Thursday, February 14 Published weekly since August 2017
Silk City Serenade
Barbershop quartets from the Silk City Chorus have been crooning Valentine greetings for a generation, and one of today's stops was in Manchester Town Hall, where Doreen Petrozza was the object of their affection.
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The Week Ahead
There's a Valentine's dance for 5th and 6th graders at Bennet tomorrow, an MDOG meeting next Wednesday and lots more listed below.
Free tax preparation is available for families and individuals meeting certain income guidelines. Check out the fliers in English and Spanish.
The town has scheduled a public presentation for the East Side neighborhood on Monday, March 4 about the proposed re-use for Nathan Hale by Odyssey charter school. Click for English and Spanish fliers.
Some recent pictures from around the district.
Clockwise from top left: The Bennet Bear was giving Valentine hugs today; MHS hoops (and Jahkaya Butler) celebrated Senior Night; painting rocks at Highland Park; and Illing's Enrichment Showcase.
Left to right: Ted Paul, George LaPrad, Doreen Petrozza (Customer Service & Information Center manager), Jim Nolan and Dick Cichowski. Said one chorus member: “Seeing the smiles on the faces makes us happy, too.”
ONEMANCHESTER is compiled by Jim Farrell and Paul Ofria of the school district's communications office based on contributions from people and institutions throughout town. Jim, the district's communications director, can be reached at email@example.com or 860-268-6377 and he keeps a log of mistakes he makes in district-produced newsletters that you will find here.