I am happy to say that Val and Derek Buckley are home and recuperating. Although they are making progress every day, thoughts and prayers are still in order.
On Monday, the Zoning Board of Appeals upheld a permit for a slaughter house on Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Some seniors may recall a 1977 advertising campaign for Dannon Yogurt, boasting that the oldest living men in the world owed their longevity and well-being to eating yogurt every day.
Yogurt may have its benefits, but other things account for Easton’s Continue reading “Easton’s Thriving Seniors”
Experts are predicting a dangerous convergence of both COVID-19 and the flu in the fall, so national healthcare professionals are urging everyone, especially seniors, to get flu shots.
The Easton Senior Center will offer flu shots to adults of all ages on Wednesday, Oct. 7, by Continue reading “Easton Senior Center to Offer Flu Shots”
The following update from First Selectman David Bindelglass was posted to the town’s website this afternoon:
It looks like yesterday’s storm pretty much missed us! That is good as we continue to work on improvements we can make regarding our handling of the prior Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
The Easton Senior Center is looking forward to providing flu shots again in October.
“We are looking to check on interest,” Val Buckley, Senior Center director said. She asks interested parties to call the center at 203-268-1145. Appointments will follow.
While the Advisory Continue reading “Senior Center Plans to Offer Flu Shots in October”
Reed Cooper and Jim Fahey were born generations apart, and their upbringings could not be more different. Fahey grew up on a farm in Ireland. Cooper is a Joel Barlow High School student from Easton.
Despite their differences, Fahey, 80, and Cooper, 15, write each other letters Continue reading “Students Reach Out To Seniors Via Pen Pal Program”
A recent article from the Historical Society of Easton noted that “the essential quality of resilience has been a feature of its citizens.” Today that is exemplified by our senior citizens who are staying In their homes and following the guidelines to remain healthy and the many Continue reading “Seniors Exemplify Resilience in COVID-19 Pandemic”