New Wellness Venue Available

Check out the new business located right over the Suffield line in Windsor Locks designed with the concept of social distancing in mind. Your Wellness Place at 2 Industrial Drive provides opportunities for yoga in a very large warehouse space that can accommodate up to 10 in a class with 12’ social distancing.

Star Award goes to Nathan Adajian

Nathan Adajian has been promoted to Vice-President – Commercial Lending at Windsor Federal. Mr. Adajian joined Windsor Federal in 2015 with a solid background in commercial and retail banking.

Building Project Grows

One of the Briarwood Custom Homes construction workers stows a big paper drawing at the end of the workday; another worker waits for their movable platform to be lowered.

Black Belts Earned

On June 19, Suffield students Quinn Bathgate and Sarah Michaels earned their Black Belts from Integrity Martial Arts (IMA). The two, along with four others, began special black belt preparation training in November last year.

Setting a Good Example

This colorful sign takes more than a moment to read and consider, but each line is currently unarguable in polite society. Full disclosure: the sign is on the lawn of an Observer board member; an identical sign is on a lawn across the street.

New Sign at Former FNBS

In the first week of August, new lettering appeared on the old sign of what we once knew as the First National Bank of Suffield.

Suffield Doctor Named AGA Fellow

The American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) announced that Dr. Rohit Singhania, a Suffield resident, has been named a Fellow of the AGA, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious medical society dedicated to disorders of the gastrointestinal tract.

Birthday Drive-by Parade

On July 24, Ruth Zimmerman enjoyed a surprise drive-by parade for her 80th birthday. Carol Martin and Ann Kannen with Dave Kannen driving celebrated Ruth’s birthday as she waves to them.

New Studio Opens

New Yorker David Moradi, a third degree black belt Tae Kwon Do master, has been teaching martial arts for 16 years and has now opened his second studio.

Tree Climbing

Look closely. This climber from Ricky’s Tree Service has worked his way high up a tree on North Main Street. Certainly good social distancing!