Dedicated Book Reviewer Retires

Peggy and I went to a meeting 21 years ago when Sam Fuller was recruiting people for his new venture.

Book Review

The Madness of Crowds by Louise Penny 2021

Agriscience Teacher Gains Certification

Rebecca Ferguson, an agriscience educator at Suffield High School, recently attended a two-week virtual professional development institute through Carroll County, Maryland, to teach the Natural Resources and Ecology Curriculum for an Agricultural Science Education (CASE) course at the Suffield Regional Agriscience program. Rebecca was one of 24 educators from 10 different states to attend this institute.

Joseph Seger, Original Suffield Proprietor

On May 19, 1679, Joseph Seger was granted forty acres by John Pynchon’s Committee for Suffield.

A Moment in Time: Old Photos Invited from Our Readers

These three houses with deep front yards on the east side of North Main Street, pictured in about 1920, are still there, but all three have been significantly remodeled, and large trees have grown to obscure the view. Front to rear: #310, #318, #332.

Food for Thought

“Today is April Fools’ Day. Believe nothing, trust no one – just like any other day.” – Unknown

Suffield Rotary Club News

Suffield Rotary challenged the Knights of Columbus to a Cornhole Tournament at the end of January. The Knights won, but Suffield Rotary is practicing to regain the trophy. Knights – watch out!