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The Center for Support and Wellness in Newtown can help Newtown residents looking for counseling. We can also give resources to providers seeking information for their own clients. We maintain an extensive database of providers in the local area. You can call 203-270-4612 or csw@newtown-ct.gov. We are happy to help. ...

Happy Holiday Season everyone. We have received a few calls in our office inquiring about volunteer opportunities the week of Christmas. If anyone is involved in something or knows about volunteer opportunities during that week, feel free to post here and we will share with people who call. (We are not responsible for any volunteering matching) It will be good to have the information. Happy Holidays. ...

For all 8 to 11-year-olds in Newtown, the Newtown Police Department is hosting "Movie with a Cop" on Dec 15, 2018, at Edmond Town Hall. The kids and cops will be watching "The Polar Express", starting at 4 pm. To register, please email maryhelen.mccarthy@newtown-ct.gov by Dec 8, with the parent's name and phone number, street address, and child's name and DOB. The first 100 children to register will be accompanied by a cop and sent a golden ticket in the mail, but all kids after the 100th will still be welcomed. If you have any questions, call Officer Figol at 203-426-5841. See the flyer for more information. Have fun watching this great movie, and "remember, the true spirit of Christmas lies in your heart!" ...

For all 8 to 11-year-olds in Newtown, the Newtown Police Department is hosting Movie with a Cop on Dec 15, 2018, at Edmond Town Hall. The kids and cops will be watching The Polar Express, starting at 4 pm. To register, please email maryhelen.mccarthy@newtown-ct.gov by Dec 8, with the parents name and phone number, street address, and childs name and DOB. The first 100 children to register will be accompanied by a cop and sent a golden ticket in the mail, but all kids after the 100th will still be welcomed. If you have any questions, call Officer Figol at 203-426-5841. See the flyer for more information. Have fun watching this great movie, and remember, the true spirit of Christmas lies in your heart!

 

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just learned they will not turn people away but the first 100 8-11 will get the "golden ticket".

What a sweet idea♥️wish it would be for teens

I love that. Great idea. Unfortunately we are in bethel;-(

amazing idea!

Jennifer Bailey

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