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Masuk senior Dylan Pinto and junior Christopher Tierney received state funding from the Voices4Change program for enhancements to their school. Pinto envisions the Wingman program and Tierney improvements for the Carl Bodnar Weight Room. Here they are congratulated by secondary instructional leader Ian Lowell, Board of Education Chairman David Ferris and Superintendent Joseph Kobza.
Reality Check needs volunteers

MONROE, CT — Reality Check, the Monroe Rotary Club’s finance and budget simulation to be held at Masuk High School on Tuesday, May 17, still needs volunteers.

In the program, students will be assigned a career and given a monthly salary — after taxes. The list of careers include a broad array of jobs and salaries.

The event will be held from 10 a.m. until noon on May 17 and volunteers are needed to help students at booths when they budget their income to buy products and services. The volunteers from the business community will present the different options.

The businesses and services will include insurance, transportation, housing, clothing, furniture, entertainment and more.

To be a volunteer, call Monroe Rotary President Dennis Condon at 203-520-1812.

Tacos and Margaritas

Better Homes and Gardens: Gaetano Marra Homes, 588 Monroe Turnpike, hosted a free event called Tacos and Margaritas to celebrate its two-year-anniversary on May 5.

Chops Taco, a food truck, served tacos in the parking lot and the margaritas were provided by 574 Wines, a business next door.

Tacos and Margaritas was sponsored by Better Homes and Gardens: Gaetano Marra Homes, 574 Wines, Assured Partners Insurance and Guaranteed Rate Affinity.

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