Watertown High School teacher Warren Campbell’s personal finance classes took a trip to John Trumbull Primary School on May 10 to teach all second graders the importance of saving, spending, and sharing their money. Personal finance students started with a quick introduction and then read the Berenstain Bears book “Trouble With Money.” A share, save and spend box was given to each of the second graders to take home and practice the skills they learned about money from the high schoolers. The Personal finance classes did an excellent job at teaching the young students of the community ways to be smart with money.
WATERTOWN — Students from the Watertown High School Choral Ensembles and Swift Select Choir participated in Community Music Day at the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem on May 7. The event was presented by the Woodbury-Bethlehem Community Music Foundation and Chime In! Music With a Mission and sponsored, in part, by a grant from Thomaston Savings Bank. The students rehearsed throughout the afternoon and performed in a concert along with other local school and community choral ensembles and bell choirs.
The Watertown Lions Club would like to thank Labonne’s Market Manager Linda Morris, Labonne’s Market, Iron Mountain Shredding Services of Watertown, and all the customers who helped to make this year’s shredding event a huge success. The money raised from this event will help people and groups in need in the Watertown/Oakville area.
WATERTOWN - While Watertown High School never trailed in its quarterfinal round NVL softball tournament softball game against Wolcott High School on May 22, it seemed that potential disaster was always lurking in the background. Despite having a 4-0 lead heading into the seventh inning, that was mainly due to the Warriors lacking the big hit on several occasions which might have ground down the Eagles.
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A Paint Night was held on Thursday, May 11 at Gayle’s Depot Square Farm Shoppe, hosted by painting instructor and Water Oak Community Women’s club member, Pauline Hudson. Participants were instructed to paint a flower their choice of colors. A good time was had by all. Shown (from left to right) are WOCW Co-president Gayle Clark, Christine Holmes, Sandy Sakalaus, Alice Baughn, Sue Ponton, WOCW Treasurer Debbie Cignoli, WOCW Co-president Dawn Liano, Rebekah Holmes; Pauline Hudson, and Christina Rinaldi.
WATERTOWN — The Watertown-Oakville Veterans’ Council will offer a Memorial Day Parade at 10 a.m. Monday, May 29. The parade will begin at the Watertown Plaza, 1167 Main St., and proceed south on Rt. 63 to Rt. 73 to the Oakville Green. A ceremony will follow. All veterans and currently serving military personnel are invited to march or ride in the parade. Marchers are asked to meet at the Watertown Plaza by 8:45 a.m. Those with floats should have them assembled by 8:30 a.m.
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