Past Issues of the Putnam Town Crier



Lighted Celebration
At a recent concert at Rotary Park, in honor of Day Kimball Healthcare's 125th anniversary, Gilman and Valade Funeral Homes celebrated its 100th anniversary by giving away lighted balls. Max Gerum and Hudson Smith enjoyed the souvenir. The funeral homes will celebrate a rededication from 5 to 7 p.m. on July 18 at Gilman Funeral Home on Church Street. Courtesy photo.

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The following charges were listed in the Putnam Police Department logs.  The people charged are innocent until proven guilty in court. The Town Crier will publish dispositions of cases at the request of the accused. The dispositions must be accompanied by the proper documentation. The Putnam Police Department confidential Tip Line is 963-0000.
June 24
Thomas Shaevitz, 35, Green Street, Putnam; seatbelt.
Lisa Paradis, 50, Providence Street; disorderly conduct, interfering.
July 13
Zachariah Irwin, 28, Garden Street, Enfield; sixth-degree larceny.

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Get degrees
MIDDLETOWN — Three local students earned bachelor’s degrees at Wesleyan University: Hanna Holcomb of Woodstock Valley, biology and English, previously attended Woodstock Academy; Abigail Horst of Pomfret, economics and environmental studies, previously attended Pomfret School; Keith O’Hara of Woodstock, environmental studies and history, (honors in history), previously attended Pomfret School.

Graduates
BURLINGTON, Vt. — Sawyer Woodland of Woodstock graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.

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Honored
Jenn Brytowski was awarded a Paul Harris Fellow at the Putnam Rotary Club meeting July 9. She is pictured with fellow Rotarian Dick Loomis, who proposed her for the Rotary Club's highest honor. Linda Lemmon photo.

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Cultural Week
In May Pomfret Community School went on an imaginary trip to Finland this year thanks to the PTO, Frank Aleman and the Finnish American Heritage Society. In May students learned about Finnish culture all week long with exhibits, demonstrations and Finnish dancing. Docents gave presentations in classrooms. Authentic items from Finland were exhibited as well as a table of Finnish pulla, delicious bread. Students were treated to a performance of Finnish music, dance and culture. Photo courtesy of the FAHS.

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