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NEWS SUMMARY:             Town of Enfield 5th Annual Earth Day Celebration Around Freshwater Pond – Thursday, April 24

 

 (ENFIELD) March 19, 2014 – The Town of Enfield is hosting the 5th Annual Earth Day Celebration around Freshwater Pond from 4 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 24, 2014.

 

The Earth Day Celebration will include food, demonstrations, games, music and information about recycling. Among those participating in the event are The Cupcake Brake, Bruno’s Pizza and Backyard Barbecue; Home Depot, who will be conducting a compost demonstration, and a special visit from Can-Do, Enfield’s Recycling Mascot.

 

Organizers are seeking additional demonstrations of environmentally friendly products, healthy/locally grown foods to eat, animal care demonstrations, games for children made of recycled products and musicians and actors performing environmental music and skits.

 

Local restaurants are encouraged to participate by providing a sampling of their specialty food, as well as the opportunity to sell food at the event. There is no fee for restaurants to participate. A temporary food license application is required and can be obtained by contacting Kim Markwell at kmarkwell@enfield.org or by calling 860.253.6385. Permits must be submitted by April 4, 2014. 

 

 


TREX Contest as  of 04/15/13

Elementary School

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Henry Barnard        
   
Prudence
Crandall
 
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Enfield Street
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Nathan Hale
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Hazardville
Memorial
 
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Edgar H. Parkman
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Eli Whitney
 
   
           

 

 Enfield’s Recycling Logo Design Contest

ENFIELD (June 25, 2010) – Katelynn Burby, a seventh grade student at John F. Kennedy Middle School, has been selected as the winner of the Town of Enfield’s recent Recycling Logo Design Contest.  The winner was announced at the Town Council meeting on June 21, and the logo she designed will be incorporated on various materials pertaining to Enfield’s recycling program, including banners, containers, vehicles and literature.  It will also be prominently displayed at the upcoming Fourth of July Parade.

 

See Press Releases for further details.


 

 

Allied's Attic

Who do you recycle for?

"Clothing for a Cause"

Every third Saturday of the month the Town of Enfield Public Works Department, 40 Moody Road, will be accepting clothing and shoes.  The items will be donated to Allied's Attic Thrift Store, located at 581 Enfield Street.

  • January - estimated 300 pounds of clothing dropped off.
     
  • December - estimated 220 pounds of clothing dropped off

 

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