Past Issues of the Putnam Town Crier



WOODSTOCK — The Woodstock Middle School honor roll for the second quarter includes:
Grade 6
High Honors: Carolina Ahearn, Rhys Asikainen, Georgia Cross, Alexander DeCarli, Charlotte Donovan, Nathaniel Drake, Sophia Groves, Scarlett Hogarty, Haven Magnan, Kaitlyn McQuiston, Stella Puchalski, Patrick Raftery, Abel Rigney, Kaitlyn Teal.
Honors: Ryder Benoit, Ayla Calabrese, Zoe Cloutier, William Collige, Colby Deary, Roan Donovan, Ava Eaton, Caroline Ethier, Jax Golden, Davis Jette, Abigail Keser, Zoe Laffert, Kaylee Letourneau, Teagan Maloney, Tristen Maloney, Abigail Manning, James McHugh, Colbie O’Connor, Erin Russell, James Silva, Lily Smock.
Recognition: Drake Abdullovski, Isabella Amlaw, Kaylee Armbruster, Evan Boucher, Aiden Bush, James Carlone, Summer Goodell, Henry Griffin, Daniel Jameson, Cuhrllz Welch Lopera, Oliver Moulton, Owen Murdock, Muhammad Zameer.
Grade 7
High Honors: Brayden Bottone, Robert Graham, Samuel Greene, Brady Hebert.
Honors: Mia Auger, Sydney Betty, Brayden De Oliveira, Lorelai Fish, Arianna Fox, Maylie Ganias, Julia Guimont, Cooper Harris, Samuel Lindsay, Kelsey McNeil, Landon Murdock, Tyler Odorski, Tatum Perez, Keegan Porter, Rita Anne Rawcliffe, Drew Rhault, Jenna Saraidarian, Leah Thibodeau, Chloe Vogt, Cayden Worth.
Recognition: Cole Cimeno, Kaylyn Converse, Matthew Dearborn, Willow Deary, Amelia Ditzel, Avery Grant, Jake Henderson, Nathan Jezierski, Brendon Lundt, Hayden Maloney, Jessica Palmerino, Damien Redman, Alexee Richter-LaMarre, Blake Robida.
Grade 8
High Honors: Anthony Beaudreault, Adelyn Cournoyer, Avery Danis, Scarlet Delaney, Riley Faber, Isadora Graham, Eli Manning, Spencer Mayo, Katelyn McArthur, Ivar McDonald, Alec Nunes, Diya Patel, Thatcher Paterson, Kaylee Saucier, Jocelynn Sirrine, Samantha Smyth, Abigael Stevens.
Honors: Aiden Bachand, Nathaniel Couture, Jackson Dorez, Harrison Durand, Jackson Durand, Campbell Favreau, Siobhan Hart, Sadie Johnson-Teed, Payton Leite, Guilia Musumeci, Aidan O’Connor, Lucas Quercia, Emma Quinney, Nathan Rauls, Abigail Towne, Wynter Worth.
Recognition: Kyle Bain, Abby Ditzel, Emma Eaton, Sara Forcier, Henry Forrest, Gianna Musumeci, Vayda Payne, Cotter Pierce, Kerrigan Reynolds, Zachary Rodriguez, Jonathan Silva, Luke Thompson.

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Public Notice
Pomfret Registered Democrats are hereby notified that a caucus will be held on Tuesday, March 22nd, 7:00 pm, at the Pomfret Community Center, 207 Mashamoquet Road, Pomfret Center CT for the purpose of accepting nominations and voting for Delegates to Conventions and transact any other business that may properly be brought before the caucus.

Raymond E. Wishart Jr.,
Chairman
Pomfret Democratic
Town Committee

March 10, 2022

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Academy
Building
restoration to
begin in April
WOODSTOCK — Restoration of the Academy Building at The Woodstock Academy is set to begin April 1.
The contract with Kronenberger & Sons Restoration, Inc., was signed March 1.
The renovation is expected to be completed in the fall of 2023, just in time for the 150th anniversary of the building’s construction in 1873. The planned upgrades include a combination of new and restored windows, accessibility throughout the building, restroom upgrades, restoration of the central auditorium and stage, new electrical and heating systems, new AV systems, stabilization of the existing wood framing at the base of the building, interior painting, and a new metal batten seam roofing to match the original roof from 1873.
Funding for the project is coming from a combination of fund-raising and financing. Alumni, parents, and friends have made generous contributions to the ongoing InSpire 150 campaign for the Academy Building. Efforts for the campaign will continue through the coming year. Because of the historic nature of the building, The Academy also applied for and will receive tax credits of $1.58 million. The balance of the project will be financed and paid off within five years of completion.
“As an institution, we would like to thank our alumni, donors, and the greater community for their support of this project. The Academy Building is an iconic structure that is both a community and historic asset,” said Head of School Christopher Sandford. “It is a crucial component in providing our future students with the best possible educational experiences at The Woodstock Academy.”
“Kronenberger & Sons Restoration, Inc. is honored to work on the Academy Building; the crown jewel of this amazing campus. This classic example of Italianate architecture which is listed on the National Register of Historic Structures is a great addition to our firm’s commitment to preserving the very best of American architecture,” said Brian Kronenberger, president of Kronenberger & Sons Restoration.

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DAYVILLE — Marc “Skip” Bates arrived as Country Living at Westview Commons’ February 2022 Employee of the Month.  He is one of the Westview Commons transportation specialists, driving the facility’s grand, 12-passenger van to assist residents on trips that are needed and special trips, for example, to the Bradley Playhouse.
He is a 1973 graduate of the Putnam High School and earned his bachelor’s in accounting from American International College in 1977. He worked for 40 and a half years in accounting at Colt’s Plastics Company in Dayville, retiring in 2019 as their CFO.
He and his wife Tori have five children and 13 grandchildren.
Recreationally, he enjoys outside work in the forms of gardening, lawn care, and the important task of cutting, splitting, and stacking wood for his wood-fired stove.  One of his biggest extracurricular passions is his membership in the Christian Motorcyclists Association along with his wife Tori.  
Executive Vice President David T. Panteleakos said:  “Skip is an asset to Westview Commons in both transporting our residents as well as showing his devoted support to them in so many ways.  His kind and warm demeanor towards each and every resident, family member, and guest that visits Westview Commons keeps the good will going around our community.”

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Woodstock Elementary/Middle
Every day: Fruit. Monday: Cheeseburgers, baked beans. Tuesday: Meatball grinders. Wednesday: Popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes, corn. Thursday: Baked chicken, zucchini. Friday: Pizza, broccoli.
Putnam Elementary/Middle
Monday: Orange popcorn chicken rice bowl, broccoli. Tuesday: Spaghetti, meatballs, green beans. Wednesday: Hot dogs or mini corn dogs, baked beans. Thursday: Beef Shepherd's Pie, special whole grain treat. Friday: Pizza, salad.
Putnam High
Monday: Chicken Parm lasagna or spicy chicken sandwiches. Tuesday: BBQ rib sandwiches or bacon cheeseburgers. Wednesday: Italian meatball Parm grinders or ham and cheese panini. Thursday: Chicken potato bowls or calzone pizza boli. Friday: French bread pizza or mozzarella sticks with marinara sauce.
Pomfret Community
Every day: Fresh fruit and veggies, Alt. Sunbutter and jelly. Monday: Cheeseburgers. Tuesday: BBQ chicken sandwiches. Wednesday: Spaghetti and meatsauce. Thursday: Luck of the Irish Shepherd Pie. Friday: Pizza.

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