Falcon mode returns to high school

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Fairfield Ludlowe High School will host the Falcon Fashion fundraiser, formerly called “Project Runway,” at 1 p.m. Sunday in the auditorium at 785 Unquowa Road.

Tickets are $10 in advance for adults or $15 at the door and $5 up front for students or $10 at the door.

Purchase tickets online at https://fairfieldludlowepta.membershiptoolkit.com/store/8507.

This event is the largest fundraiser for the Fairfield Ludlowe Middle School Teachers’ Association, and is beneficial for both PTA events and senior class activities.


More than 80 seniors, faculty and staff will participate in the show, modeling fashion items from local shops.

Organizers are thrilled to bring back the fundraising event after two years of absence due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Principal Greg Hatzis will MC the event and the school’s a capella group, Close Harmony, will perform.

There will also be a raffle basket featuring local goods and gift cards.

Fairfield Warde will have a prom

The Fairfield Warde High School Class of 2023 held a prom on Saturday in Vazzano’s Four Seasons banquet hall.

The theme is “A Enchanted Night.”

Stop & Shop reveals new renovated store in Fairfield

Stop & Shop has reopened its renovated shop at 763 Villa Ave. in Fairfield recently.

Store features include: New look, enhanced bakery and products department, deli options and food options, including fresh sushi and flatbread pizza.

Customers who have recently visited the renovated store also have the opportunity to enjoy free gifts, product samples or a piece of celebratory cake while shopping. There are also special Mother’s Day activities and gift giving while supplies last.

Visit https://stopandshop.com for more information.

Easton’s Memorial Day Parade in progress

The City of Easton has scheduled a Memorial Day Parade on May 30.

Participants must arrive at Easton fire station by 9am on the day, with alighting at 9:30am

The route will be the same as in previous years, following Center Road to the town hall at 225 Center Road.

There will also be a ceremony honoring those who have given their lives to defend the US once all the participants have arrived. The focus of the 2022 ceremony will be to pay homage to Vietnam veterans.

The speaker was Tony Unger, a Vietnam veteran and former commander of the Charles L. Ruman Post 160 Easton American Legion. Pastor Amanda Ostrove, of The Congregational Church of Easton, will offer the opening prayer. Pastor George Coca, of the Orthodox Church of St. Dimitrie, will give the closing prayer.

The ceremony will also include greetings from dignitaries, flag raising and rifle salutes.

Post 160 members will then travel to the two cemeteries in Easton to perform a brief honorary ceremony. Community members will also be welcome to attend.

Call Commander Don Rodgerson at 203 209-1402, or email info@eastonamericanlegion.com. The Post 160 also has a website, www.eastonamericanlegion.org.

Choir program to hold auditions for children

The Fairfield County Children’s Choir is holding auditions for the show’s 2022 season. Auditions take place in May and June, but fill up quickly. Anyone interested should contact the program as soon as possible.

The community choir program has four choirs for youth in grades four through 12.

This program provides musical training, and the opportunity to perform in society, and the world.

Audition only by appointment. Email manager@singfccc.org for audition slots.

Visit singfccc.org, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram for more information about the choir, auditions or to hear choir members sing.

Senior pet program extended to Fairfield

The Catherine Violet Hubbard Sanctuary recently expanded its Senior Paw Project to support older pet owners in the cities of Fairfield, Wilton, Norwalk, Bethel, Greenwich, Danbury, Sherman, Brookfield, Newtown, Sandy Hook, and Monroe.

The program, which now serves 24 cities, addresses the critical and growing needs of aging Americans who are unable to pet or care for their dogs or cats.

The Senior Paw Project provides pet food, veterinary care assistance, and foster/rest care for senior pet owners who are struggling to look after or care for their animals. The Senior Paw Project is a referral-based program, partnering with municipal housing authorities, nonprofit senior housing providers, food pantries, and veterinarians.

Over the past three years, the program has provided ongoing support to more than 300 older adult pets and more than 325,000 pet food.

Jennifer Hubbard, Executive Director of the sanctuary, is amazed by the impact this service has on the state and looks forward to reaching more cities like Fairfield.

For many older pet owners living on steady incomes, the financial needs of a four-legged family member can add emotional and physical stress to both the owner and the pet. Often these animals end up in shelters across the country, adding to the nearly 7 million animals that are released each year. By removing the economic barriers of owning a dog or cat, the Paw Senior Project prevents new animals from entering shelters while keeping furry friends together with their loving caregivers.

To learn more about the Paw Senior Project, visit cvhfoundation.org or email info@cvhfoundation.org for more information.

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