Frosty pg 1 1-11-18


Frosty View
The below-zero temperatures created glittery frost on the inside windows on an upper Main Street building. Victoria Station Cafe is reflected in the window.  More winter photos on page 6. Linda Lemmon photo.

Then and Now pg 2 1-11-18


Then
A blizzard struck northeastern Connecticut in 1888. This is Main Street, toward Union Square after the storm. Putnam Town Crier file photos.

& Now
This is the same corner, post Storm Brody.

Dividend pg 3 1-11-18


Dividend
PUTNAM —  Thomas A. Borner, president and CEO of PB Bancorp, Inc., announced that the company’s Board of Directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend on the company’s common stock of $0.05 per share. The dividend will be payable to all stockholders of record as of Jan., and is scheduled to be paid on Jan. 31.
“We are pleased to announce this latest dividend payment for the Holding Company” said Borner. “We believe that providing a return to our stockholders is an important part of being a community bank.  We look forward to continuing to build our brand of community banking, a journey we embarked upon 155 years ago, and serving our mission of enhancing the quality of life in the communities we serve”.

PJs pg 3 1-11-18


PJs poured in
PUTNAM — The annual bankHometown collection of pajamas and slippers and cash did well this past December.
In its 13th year, according to Monique L. Mailloux, Putnam branch member, “We collected a total of 448 pair of pajamas/slippers.” As cash was donated, the staff would purchase PJs.
The five Connecticut branches — Putnam, Killingly, Thompson, Brooklyn and Woodstock — participated in the collection this year.
She said the pajamas were delivered around Dec. 18 to five local schools, Thompson, Putnam, Woodstock (TEEG), Killingly and Brooklyn. They were divided up equally amongst the five schools.
Each person who donated either a pair of pajamas or slippers or $5 was entered in a drawing for $250 worth of heating assistance. Mailloux said they did have a winner.

Menus pg 5 1-11-18



Monday: No school --- Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Woodstock public schools
Tuesday: Meatball grinders, carrots, fruit. Wednesday: Popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes, corn, fruit. Thursday: Beef and bean burritos, fruit. Friday: Pizza, spinach salad, fruit.
Putnam Elementary/Middle
Tuesday - Wolf Meal: Beef burgers with cheese, sherbet. Wednesday: Chicken tenders, mashed potatoes, gravy, carrots. Thursday: Fiesta Taco Bowls, Spanish Rice, corn. Friday: Putnam Special Pizza, salad with cherry tomatoes and cucumbers.
Putnam High
Tuesday: Italian meatball parm subs or bacon cheeseburgers. Wednesday: Clipper burgers or buffalo chicken wraps. Thursday: Chicken potato bowls or chef salads. Friday: French bread pizza or fish and chip dinner.
Pomfret Community
Tuesday - Brunch for Lunch: French toast sticks, turkey sausages. Wednesday: Herb roasted chicken, broccoli, carrots. Thursday: Meatball and cheese wraps, salad. Friday: Hamburgers or cheeseburgers, baked beans., baked potatoes.

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