WATERTOWN — The Watertown Foundation will host its 94th annual meeting and dinner on Wednesday, October 2 at the Watertown Golf Club, 246 Guernseytown Rd.

The foundation will honor former State Representative Brian Flaherty, R-68, for his commitment to the community. 

Mr. Flaherty served as a state representative from 1989 to 2003. During his time in Hartford he served for nine years as deputy house minority deader.

Currently, Mr. Flaherty is an executive vice president at Sullivan & LeShane Public Relations, Inc. in Hartford.

Mr. Flaherty and his wife, Melanie, live in Watertown with their three children. 

He is a trustee and the treasurer of the Watertown Library Association, where he is helping to rally support for the Woodward Atrium Project.

The evening will also feature a presentation by Semina DeLaurentis, artistic director of Seven Angels Theatre in Waterbury.

On October 2, the business meeting for Watertown Foundation members will begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by a cocktail reception and dinner program for all attendees at 6 p.m.

Tickets are $50 each with a cash bar.

The Watertown Foundation was established in 1925 by local residents who wished to enhance the quality of life in their community through charity.

By combining their gifts and working together to invest their contributions and assess the community’s needs, the founding members began an extraordinary legacy that continues today.

Those who would like to receive an invitation or are interested in membership information may email wtnfoundationct@gmail.com or call 860-274-2511.

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