Week In Review: First Day of School, Municipal Water Projects Slated To Begin

The week's top stories on the Ledyard Patch.


. There were some changes this year, including in all but one school and the year has a lot in store everyone. Stay tuned for more updates from the schools.


Susan Gordon, the director of the center, said the curriculum, which has children learning about gardens, the lifecycle of plants and food is something children of all ages can relate to.

“The children love to be outdoors but we want to make it an educational experience for them, not just play,” she said. “Reading the recipe is a lesson and for some of them, knowing colors of peppers and tomatoes is a lesson,” she said.

. Williams and Zickwolf, along with many other Red Cross volunteers, will drive down south in a Red Cross truck and give food to people who need it. The two are going because the Red Cross sends volunteers across the country to help places in need, much like it did during Tropical Storm Irene.

The long awaited water projects in the Avery Hill Road area and Aljen Heights are one promising to begin. and he said they plan to begin work mid-September.

Speaking of water, we didn't see a drop on the anniversary of Tropical Storm Irene but so that we can all toast to the sunny clear sky.

Mike France, a Gales Ferry resident and Republican town councilor, is campaigning for a seat respresenting the 42nd district in the State General Assembly. .


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