Monday, September 24, 2012

Insider Scoop: Local Social Activism Calendar Sept.-Oct.

September 27th: FLU CLINIC The St. Sebastian Parish Nurse Ministry & Middlesex Hospital Home Care will sponsor a Flu Clinic on Thursday, September 27th from 9:00 – 11:00 AM in St. Sebastian Church Hall for all ages. Pneumonia vaccine will be available for those eligible. All insurances accepted. Non-insured will also be able to receive the vaccine at this time. Please mark your calendar so you don’t forget this important date.

October 6th : NEAT meet the candidates night, Green Street Arts Center- meet all state representative and senatorial candidates in person in an informal session.

October 4th: St. John School Annual Golf Tournament: Middletown's St. John School will hold their 8th Annual Golf Tournament on Thursday, October 4th, at Lyman Orchard’s Golf Course. The event starts at 9:00 AM. Anyone interested in participating can call Walter Wydo at 860-342-1366 or contact by email at

October 6th: Family Style Italian Dinner
St. Francis of Assisi Church in Middletown will be hosting a family-style Italian Dinner on Oct. 6th at 6:00 p.m. to celebrate the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi. Tickets can be purchased by calling Susan Gombotz at (860) 346-1870. The cost is adult - $15, Children over 10 - $5, Children under 10 - $2

Octber 11th: First Year Anniversary Party of the Young Leaders Society branch of the Middlesex United Way  on 10/11/2012 at 7pm at the Shadow Room Bar & Lounge on Main Street. Guest Speaker Mayor Dan Drew.

October 13th: Knights of Columbus “Double Star” Dinner Dance: Knights of Columbus Freestone Council 7 of Portland Annual Dinner Dance, the Elks Club in Middletown, Saturday, October 13th. The event will feature live music, exciting raffles, and a renowned caterer, our own excellent Farrell’s of Portland. St. John's School will receive 50% of the money raised in the KoC’s Teacup Raffle. For tickets, please contact Jerry Duclos, at 860-342-2898 or email at

October 13th: “Called to Protect”: On Saturday October 13th at 10:00 a.m. “Called to Protect” will be presented at St. Pius X Church, in Middletown. The workshop is a video-based educational program designed to keep children and families, ministers, employees, volunteers, parishes and diocese, and youth ministries safe from child sexual abuse. If you are in a ministry with direct contact to our children and have not attended a session as of yet, you are required to attend a ‘Called to Protect” workshop. Families are also encouraged to attend a session. Please call 860-347-4441 as soon as possible to register.

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