December 3, 2018
Public Flu Vaccination Clinic Saturday December 8th, 2018
Just a quick reminder that the Windsor Health Department will be offering a vaccination clinic to the public on Saturday, December 8th at the Windsor Town Hall, 275 Broad Street, from 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM for anyone ages 5 years and up. A consent form can be found on the Town of Windsor’s Health Department web site at https://townofwindsorct.com/health/public-flu-vaccination-clinic-saturday-december-8th-2018/ for you to complete and bring with you to the clinic. For questions, please call the Health Department at 860.285.1824.
Loomis Chaffee Emergency Safety Drill
Loomis Chaffee will be conducting an emergency safety drill on Tuesday, December 4th at approximately 11:30 AM. The drill will last for 10 to 15 minutes. During a portion of this time period, their campus warning siren will be tested.
Thanksgiving Turkey Distribution
I’d like to thank the Windsor Food & Fuel Bank, Foodshare, Social Services staff and volunteers for providing and distributing 208 turkeys to individuals and families in need this past Thanksgiving. Also included was a local grocery store gift card to help them purchase the fixings of their choosing.
Wreaths Across America
Windsor’s American Legion Post #59 and Carmon Community Funeral Homes of Windsor will host a Wreaths Across America wreath-laying ceremony on Saturday, December 15th at 12:00 p.m. at the Windsor Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery on East Street. All are invited to attend this special event which is part of a national program to remember and honor our military veterans.
Carol Sing & Torchlight Parade
This year’s Carol Sing and torchlight parade, brought to you by First Town Downtown with the support of the Windsor Volunteer Fire Department and Windsor Federal Savings, will be held on Saturday, December 8th on the Windsor town green starting at 6:00 PM. The carol sing will be led by Nekita Waller, Windsor High School Graduate and State Troubadour.
After the singing comes the parade! At 6:30 PM, the Torchlight parade of more than 20 vehicles and marchers will begin on Remington Road and progress through the town center in all its lights, music and fanciful decorations!
Following the parade, enjoy refreshments donated by Geissler’s and Dunkin Donuts and visit with Santa Claus.
For more information about the Carol Sing or Torchlight Parade or other First Town Downtown programs, please call 860-247-8982 or go to https://www.firsttowndowntown.org/.