Easton Seniors Are Knitting for Refugees in Ukraine

Have Some Yarn Lying Around?

Gale Haskell and Judy Goldbecker hope they are making a difference for Ukrainian refugees with their wool and knitting needles.

The women are among 10 volunteer knitters from the Easton Senior Center knitting scarves, socks and gloves bound for Ukraine. Continue reading “Easton Seniors Are Knitting for Refugees in Ukraine”

The Easton Senior Center Is Getting a New Van

Seniors who belong to the Easton Senior Center will soon have a brand new van to take them around town. Although the pandemic has delayed its arrival, the new van will to continue to improve the quality of life for many retirees, seniors, and physically challenged adults in the Easton Continue reading “The Easton Senior Center Is Getting a New Van”

Op-Ed: Senior Center Does Not Endorse Political Candidates

The Easton Senior Center, its director and staff do not endorse electoral candidates. The Easton Senior Center Advisory Board reiterated that rule at its October meeting.

 A monthly letter sent to seniors from a town selectman was introduced, at my persuasion when Adam Dunsby was Continue reading “Op-Ed: Senior Center Does Not Endorse Political Candidates”

Residents Must Learn More about Proposed New Health District

In my position as Easton Senior Center Director, I was very interested to read the comments for and against a possible joint Easton, Weston and Westport Health District. I had had the ability to attend one of the very informative, Town of Easton presentations by Polly Edwards and Continue reading “Residents Must Learn More about Proposed New Health District”

Message from First Selectman Dr. David Bindelglass

April 3, 2020

Good afternoon!

Our collective efforts to protect ourselves and our community from the Covid-19 virus continue.  The latest Department of Health data indicates there are 5 positive cases identified in Easton. Comparatively speaking, that is a good number when looking Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Dr. David Bindelglass”

Easton Seniors Are not Alone amid Coronavirus

Even though the Easton Senior Center is closed until April 1, the town’s seniors know they are not alone, thanks to Center Director Valerie Buckley.

Early last week, as health experts warned that the elderly and those with long-term health problems are a high-risk group for the Continue reading “Easton Seniors Are not Alone amid Coronavirus”