Day: November 3, 2018

National Charity League Seeks New Members

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The youngest membership class in the group is always the incoming 7th grade. And, the duties of members conclude upon high school graduation.

For more than 90 years, NCL has been developing women leaders through volunteerism. NCL teaches girls about the importance of working with local charitable organizations to build better communities. If you are interested in charity, leadership, and cultural engagement, please do reach out.

The selection process is a blind one, accomplished by lottery. However, an application is required. Please know that class sizes are limited by national membership by-laws, however. Not all applicants are assured a spot.  Interested parties should reach out before November 8. We look forward to meeting you all. For more information, please contact:

Police car seat installation suspended

Police car seat installation will be temporarily suspended while the EPD  trains another officer. According to Chief Tim Shaw, “We had three officers who were trained but they have all either retired or moved on to other jobs. We are in the process of finding future dates.”

Residents can call either Newtown PD or Redding PD and make an appointment with their officers until the EPD officer is trained.

Positive Parenting Workshop

Come to the Easton Community Center on November 7th for a Positive Parenting Workshop! Free for ECC Members. Non-Member the fee is $10. Please be sure to pre register by Monday November 5th. Workshop led by Susan O’Brien LCSW Parenting Consultant.

(Please keep in mind this is for parents with preschool aged children.)

Mother and daughter teams from the National Charity League will be providing free childcare during the event. If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity please sign up your child for this option by clicking the link below.

Click here to register online