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Monroe Parks and Rec. postpones Taste of Sheetrock concert

MONROE, CT — The Taste of Sheetrock concert at Wolfe Park, which was scheduled to be held this Friday, has been postponed due to inclement weather. The concert is part of the Monroe Parks and Recreation Department’s Arts in the Park summer concert series. Director Missy Orosz said a new date and time will be announced. The shows are held on select Fridays and all start at 7:30 p.m. (but makeups due to weather will be different.) Aside from the soon to be rescheduled concert, the remaining shows are as follows: June 28: Raise Your Hands CT, a tribute to…

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Monroe Parks and Rec. postpones Taste of Sheetrock concert

MONROE, CT — The Taste of Sheetrock concert at Wolfe Park, which was scheduled to be held this Friday, has been postponed due to inclement weather. The concert is part of the Monroe Parks and Recreation Department’s Arts in the Park summer concert series. Director Missy Orosz said a new…

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Furever Zen Dog Grooming Spa opens on Main Street in Monroe

MONROE, CT — Carolina Sa had a dog walking business and her boyfriend Jordanny Novo, helped out. Then Sa moved on to work at a dog grooming spa, learning under experienced groomers, while taking online courses. Nearly four years later, Sa decided to strike out on her own. “She saw things she wanted to change and implement herself,” Novo said. Sa founded the Furever Zen Dog Grooming Spa and her boyfriend, whose professional background includes working at his family’s liquor store, then as a salesman for a beverage distribution company, became her partner. On April 16, the Newtown couple opened…

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MASBC Golf Outing ensures Masuk’s athletic program is up to par

MONROE, CT — Close to 90 participants competed in the Masuk All Sports Booster Club’s annual Golf Outing under a hot sun at Whitney Farms Golf Course Wednesday, one day before the official start of summer. “I’d rather have a hot day than a rainy day,” said Stephanie Batch, one of the organizers of the event. “I don’t mind the heat. We have lots of cold beverages.” Women seated at a table under a tent helped golf foursomes register to play. Inside an open bay nearby, tables displayed silent auction items like a baseball autographed by Red Sox pitcher Nick…

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