The Women’s Fellowship of North Congregational Church, 11 Main St. North, Woodbury, recently hosted a community sewing session to make dresses for the Dress a Girl Around the World campaign. “We were thrilled to have so many women from Woodbury and its surrounding towns come together at North Church to help make these dresses,” said Linda Kaelin, Chair of the Women’s Fellowship Steering Committee. “Most of the fabric and materials were donated by church and community members. Our thanks go out to all involved.” Participants included Helga Weed (left) and Marge Hubbard.

SOUTHBURY — Sustainable Southbury, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and two of its business partners, the Center for Ecotechnology and EyeRecycle, awarded Andy Adames of Señor Pancho’s with a Certificate of Appreciation for his participation in the Sustainable Southbury Food Scraps Commercial Recycling Program. Señor Pancho’s is the latest restaurant to take advantage of Sustainable Southbury and its partners’ initiatives to improve the sustainability of local businesses by implementing solutions to reduce or recycle food waste and reducing contamination in recycling.

OAKVILLE — Founded by father and son, Dean and Nick Cilfone, the one-of-a-kind Undergrounds Record Café in Oakville offers guests the chance to browse a variety of vinyl records while enjoying elevated, local American fare. Nick, a chef, and Dean, a music and record aficionado, had long wanted to combine their passions into a joint effort. When a space at 206 Main St. became available, the Oakville natives knew they had found the perfect location.

BETHLEHEM-WOODBURY — The Nonnewaug girls’ tennis team is ready for the new season to begin. The Chiefs finished the season last year with a 16-5 record and have been one of the top teams in the Berkshire League, along with Litchfield and Shepaug, for almost a decade. Head Coach Chris York has most of his team back from last year, but will need to find a way to replace the number-one doubles team that were league champions. The duo, along with second singles and one of the second doubles players, have all graduated.

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BETHLEHEM-WOODBURY — A passion for depicting firefighting through works of art has earned Nonnewaug High School senior Samantha Molzon top spots in the high school arts landscape category this year. Her pieces depicting the many sides to being a firefighter were recently awarded a silver medalist in the National Scholastic Art Award and a Top 10 winner in the national “Celebrating Art” contest.

BETHLEHEM — The Bethlehem Wildlife and Conservation Club will hold its annual Good Friday Cod Fish Dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, April 7, at Memorial Hall, 10 The Green. The dinner will include beer-battered cod fish, fried clam strips, french fries, coleslaw and dessert. Meals can be take-out or eat-in at the hall. Tickets may be purchased by calling Pete Essex at 203-266-5547 or Jim Ciriello at 203-266-7934.