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Washington Lodge #19 presented the town with its annual donations at a recent dinner, with $1000 for Project Warmth and $500 for the Monroe Food Pantry. Guests included First Selectman Ken Kellogg, Director of Community and Social Services Kim Cassia and Monroe Food Pantry Coordinator Julie Banks.

Traffic Report

Drivers can expect lane closers, alternating traffic and some delays for utility work along Pepper Street through Jan. 14, according to the latest traffic impact report from the Monroe Public Works Department.

Utility work will be performed on Pepper Street, from Jockey Hollow to Garder Road, and from Commerce Drive to Cambridge Drive.

The work schedule is subject to change based on weather and staff availability.

Rec. Notes

Monroe Parks and Recreation is offering a variety of programs for the winter season.

Summer Fun Days Camp is open for registration for students in PK-3 through eighth grade. Register before Feb. 1 to receive the lowest prices of the season.

Future Stars Basketball Winter Clinic is open for registration for students in grades K-2 with sessions on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings.

Adult Co-Ed Volleyball is open for registration for beginner players on Tuesday evenings and advanced players on Wednesday evenings.

CT Sports Network will be running an indoor floor hockey clinic on Tuesday evenings for students in grades 2-8.

The Masuk Pool is available for open swim. Schedules, rates, and memberships are located on the department website. For registration options click here.and check back frequently for upcoming programs. To speak with a staff member send an email to [email protected] or call 203-452-2806.

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