Tuesday was election day, and as always, many people worked long and hard to make the process run smoothly. We thank them for their efforts. More than 2,800 of our citizens voted.
This post is going out today because Town Hall will be closed on Friday, November 10, in recognition of Veterans Day. I will be marking Veterans Day on Saturday. November 11, at 11 a.m. at the Stepney Green in Monroe with American Legion Post 160.
We want to thank all the Veterans here in town and around our country for their service. For the freedoms which we too often take for granted and for our way of life we must recognize that we have those things because there are those among us willing to serve and make tremendous sacrifices to preserve what we have. Thank you all. The Easton Senior Center will be hosting a Veterans Day breakfast on Monday Nov. 13, at 9 a.m.
I have received some questions about the town’s social media policy. All employees, elected officials and members of boards and commissions are bound by the policy which can be found here:
From the Easton Energy and Environment task force: Please join a representative from the Energize Connecticut Heat Pump Support Team on Zoom to learn about these highly efficient, environmentally friendly heating and cooling units. There will be a presentation, followed by time for your questions on Thursday, Nov. 9 from 7 to 8 p.m.
Please click the link below to join the webinar online:
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Easton’s Here to Help Social Services Department has organized Treats for the Troops. Please consider donating your excess candy to Soldiers’ Angels Treats for Troops. Drop off is at the Easton Public Library until 7p.m. tonight.
The Senior Center will be offering adults Flu, COVID, RSV, Shingles and Pneumonia shots on Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please call for an appointment to avoid wait time at (203) 268-1145 and bring your insurance ID to the appointment. Walk-ins are welcome. Also, the Aspetuck Health District has flu shots available. Please call (203) 227-9571 x235 to make an appointment. Medicare, Connecticare, Cigna and Aetna accepted.
What you need to know about scams. The Easton Police Department will be at the Senior Center on Nov. 16 at 10 a.m. to discuss scams and how to identify them. Call the Easton Senior Center to sign up! 203-268-1145.
Easton Garden Club Annual Wreath & Poinsettia Sale is now open: Each year the Easton Garden Club hosts the https://www.eastongardenclubofct.org/wreathsale to fund activities that benefit our Easton Community. The catalog of what the club is offering this year can be found here: www.eastongardenclubofct.org/wreathsale, including double wreaths, roping, Poinsettia, and winter seed sowing kits. The sale is open until Nov. 21 for pre-paid order and scheduled curbside pickup on Nov. 29 between 1-6 p.m. at the Easton Public Library community room courtyard.
Have a great weekend,