500 spaghetti eaters, danger to pets, street closing and more
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Feb 2, 2013 at 1:07 PM
500 spaghetti eaters
St. Paul High School, via Facebook: Over 500 people enjoyed spaghetti at the Early Childhood Center. Thanks to all of our great volunteers that made it possible.
Click below for some pictures of the event.
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Cold a danger to pets, and, oh yeah, people, too
City of Willard @CityofWillard via Tweet, is concerned about your pets, via Twitter, from the Maintenance Dept: These cold temps can be deadly on pets left outside. Bring them in or make sure they have proper shelter...
...and then followed up two minutes later with this tweet: Don't forget -- check on your elderly neighbors, too!
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Southern Living in the Firelands
From the Culinary Vegetable Institute, via Facebook: Chef Steven Halliday of The Greenbrier, featured in January's Southern Living, will bring a taste of his Grand Resort to our Valentine Dinner on February 16th. Check out what makes The Greenbrier a Grand Resort and make your reservations today for the Valentine's Dinner. 419.499.7500
Have you seen the January issue of Southern Living?
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City of Norwalk, on Facebook: Beginning Monday, February 4, 2013 to Sunday, March 10, 2013 Ohio St. from State St. to Hester St. will be closed for the demolition of the grain silos. Ohio St. will reopen on Monday, March 11, 2013.
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Police work is not all glamour
The New London Police Department, via Facebook: Complainant requests assistance with a deceased animal on her property. Officer responded and properly disposed of the animal.