Friday, December 7 Published weekly since August 2017
Manchester really lights up this time of year: The porch of the house at the intersection of McKee and High streets is always a favorite, and there are plenty of other festive displays at homes throughout town, which is not to mention (although we will) the snowflakes (btw, when did that become a pejorative?) high above Main. Cue Perry Como and click here if you'd like to subscribe to this newsletter.
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There's No 'I' In Manchester
And the teams pictured below are a testament to the power of collaboration
Members of our PD were joined Tuesday night by Miss Connecticut (Bridget Oei), Mr. Claus (Santa) and kids from throughout the area for fun at Dave & Buster's followed by shopping across the street at Target. There are lots more great photos on the PD FB page.
The town -- represented here by Matt Bordeaux, Chris Silver, Kyle Shiel, Gary Anderson and Nico Arias -- won the best physical plan award from the Connecticut Chapter of the American Planning Association for the Center Springs Park Master Plan.
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The IMS parking lot project got a belated exclamation point this week as banners were raised on Middle Turnpike, overlooking the athletic fields.
ONEMANCHESTER is compiled by Jim Farrell, the school district's communications director, based on contributions from people and institutions throughout town. Jim can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-268-6377. To subscribe to this newsletter, just click here.