It’s been a long haul, if you count all the early discussions of new office layouts or new building designs, but the continuing need for improved quarters for the Town Hall staff persisted, and the happy end of the struggle has arrived.
As you drive around Suffield, not only will you see the trees budding and flowers blooming but you will see many local farm stands opening their “doors” or setting up their stands at the end of their driveways to sell their local treasures.
Four linemen in two high-lift bucket trucks install interconnecting loops on the electrical cables of one of the old lattice towers in preparation for transferring the cables to one of the new monopole towers close by at this corner just east of North Stone Street.
Following COVID guidelines, our all-volunteer Second Chance Shop reduced weekly hours from 41 to 12 – three partial days – starting last June. Still, we managed to pay expenses and provide our customary annual donation – 100% of our profits – to The Village for Families and Children in Hartford.
We were so excited to see so many friends – old and new! – at Suffield Garden Club’s May Market. Thanks to everyone who came by to contribute to our gratitude tree, paint kindness rocks, share your stories and learn more about us.