Past Issues of the Putnam Town Crier


Then
This is Weiss store in 1956. Abraham and Sarah came to Putnam from Poland in 1900. First they operated a produce wagon, then had a small grocery store on Marshall Street. In 1921 they moved into their store on Church and Providence. The store burned in 1957 and they moved their market to the Victory Theater building on Main Street until the new building was built on the old site. Putnam Town Crier file photos.

& Now
This is the market today, Putnam Supermarket.



PUTNAM — The Putnam Lions Club will be collecting for the homeless and less fortunate from 6 to 10 a.m. Oct. 5 at WINY radio station.
Cold weather is coming and living outside can be life threatening.
The donations will go to Daily Bread and TEEG for distribution.
Donations needed: Tarps, sleeping bags, tents, socks, hats, gloves and blankets.
In addition money donations would be appreciated. If you can’t drop it off Oct. 5, please mail a check made out to the Putnam Lions Club and mailed to Putnam Lions, PO Box 535, Putnam, CT 06260.
The Putnam Lions club will also collect donations for the homeless at their monthly Trivia Challenge. On the last Thursday of every month the Lions host a free night of Trivia fun at the Crossings Restaurant  and Brew Pub in Putnam at 7 p.m.

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New brand ID
is launched
POMFRET CENTER —   Weiss & Hale Financial announced the launch of a new business brand identity and name — Weiss, Hale & Zahansky Strategic Wealth Advisors.
The change more accurately expresses the business’ offerings and strategic financial service model: Plan Well, Invest Well, Live Well™. The new identity builds upon its history of unique, quality wealth building service focused on individuals, non-profits, and institutions.
The business was founded in 2006 by Jim Weiss and Laurence Hale. Jim Zahansky joined in 2014 as senior vice president. Zahansky became co-principal/managing partner in 2016 with Hale as Weiss transitioned out of the business to focus on the “Live Well” phase of his life.

 


$2,000 raised
PUTNAM — The recent Savor the Flavor – Bacon fund-raiser pulled in $2,000 for Daily Bread.



9-11 Ceremony
The Danielson Elks #1706 of Danielson held its annual 9/11 ceremony in Davis Park. Courtesy photo.
 

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