Can you believe it’s this time of year, again? Yes! It’s difficult to believe with the thermometer reaching 70 degrees today! The pie ladies at the North Stonington Congregational Church will help get you into the spirit of Thanksgiving with their mouthwatering, handmade pies – “It’s a Fall Pie Festival” all week long. Check out page 7 for details and find out who sparked this wonderful tradition.
The WNBA’s Connecticut Sun continued its holiday tradition on Tuesday, November 17th, celebrating Thanksgiving with the Thames River Family Program. CT Sun GM Chris Sienko, and head coach Mike Thibault with his wife, Nanci, served up a turkey dinner with all the trimmings…fit for a King on page 9.
Kudos to Dr. Grace Jones, president, Thames River Community College, for commissioning a recently published book entitled, Open. “We are proud of this book,” states Dr. Jones. “I think they have captured the essence and spirit of us….” Page 16.
“Git-R-Done” a.k.a. Larry the Cable Guy took center stage in the Sun Arena. It was a packed house so the laughter turned to roars! Madder than a mosquito in a mannequin factory!! Page 17.
The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut with the William Crawford Distinguished Service Award honored Dr. Raymond B. Johnson on November 5th at the Mystic Marriott Hotel & Spa. If you know Ray, you know how deserving he is of this award. Congrats on pages 4 – 5.
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