What’s happening at SCA this month?

SCA staff is assisting CDC-eligible, older residents in exploring their options for obtaining COVID-19 vaccine. Priority is given to those residents age 75+ and/or who do not have access to a computer.

Mapleton Maple Syrup

Join us for a community maple syrup boil on Sunday, March 7 in the barnyard at Hilltop Farm, 1616 Mapleton Ave. Ron Fenoff from Triple F Farms will be bringing his big evaporator, and Suffield Agriscience student Ashton Fenoff will share information on the history of maple syrup in New England.

ABAR Suffield Update

While COVID-19 & winter temperatures limit our ability to host rallies and community events, ABAR Suffield has turned our focus to supporting two key issues.

What’s happening at SCA this month?

Although our doors are still locked to the public, staff has been working inside since the pandemic began. We have used the time to familiarize ourselves with programs and resources to help our residents who have been impacted by COVID-19.

Eagle Scout Project Underway to Honor Vets

Suffield High School junior Matt Sinofsky has a dual-purpose idea for his Eagle Scout project. A member of Boy Scout Troop 66, Sinofsky proposes to build a ceremonial fire pit at Sunrise Park to be used exclusively for American flag retirement while honoring veterans with a brick and stone configuration surrounding it.

What’s Happening with Troop 66?

Over the past few months, Troop 66 has been doing many events. Troop 66 has made sure to follow all COVID-19 safety regulations while hosting these events. Some of the events we hosted were a Halloween camp out and party, a Thanksgiving dinner, multiple Eagle Scout projects, and two different bottle drives.