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Roasts & Toasts

Norwalk Reflector Staff • Oct 29, 2015 at 12:45 PM

Toast Fisher-Titus Medical Center for its commitment to give back to the area. First, as part of the collaborative community effort to fight drugs, the hospital donated 100 drug test kits that will be available free of charge to parents. In addition, FTMC has continued its "Helmets for Kids" program this year. Last year, FTMC donated more than 1,200 helmets to area children.

 Roast a waterline disruption that has left frustrated Eagle Creek residents without drinking water and greatly reduced water pressure. The break was an accident caused by road work on a nearby bridge. But while the city and county work out and construct a permanent solution, residents have been left with a boil order likely to last at least two weeks.

Toast all those who participated in Relay for Life in Willard. A fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, Relay is about so much more than generating $46,000 the goal this year. Said one cancer survivor who participated in the event, "This is very emotional. It touches your heart and soul." Norwalk residents will have the opportunity to take part in Relay for Life later this summer.

Roast Audias Morales, the Norwalk man accused of grabbing a cop's crotch as he resisted arrest. Thanks to his actions, Norwalk Police might soon be requesting a shipment of cups, or perhaps Kevlar underwear, in the department's annual budget.

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