Monroe Senior Center receives donation from Spectrum
MONROE, CT — The Monroe Senior Center received a donation of $2,500 and 10 Chromebooks from Spectrum to support the launch of its new digital education programming. Read More
MONROE, CT — Many know Kim Cassia for her service on the Monroe Volunteer Emergency Medical Service and the Monroe Volunteer Fire Department, or through her work at the Monroe Senior Center, where she enthusiastically engages in friendly banter with its members. Read More
MONROE, CT — Patrons of the Monroe Senior Center lined up at the blue DrewbaQ truck for plates of pulled pork and pulled chicken Tuesday afternoon. Read More
MONROE, CT — Henna Ali, Monroe’s Community and Social Services director, will serve the town one last time this Friday, before moving to Florida with her husband and their two children. Read More
MONROE, CT — Monroe’s rate of new COVID-19 cases dropped to an average of 2.5 per day, as the state amps up vaccinations.
MONROE, CT — Paul G. Lesko, 85, is a Marine Corps veteran, a member of United Methodist Church and an active volunteer for the Monroe Senior Center and Monroe Food Pantry. Read More
MONROE, CT — First Selectman Ken Kellogg says state guidance on the reopening of senior centers released Friday may allow the Monroe Senior Center to reopen with limited in-person activities and programming as soon as Sept.
MONROE, Conn. — Project Warmth, a town nonprofit assisting families in need to pay bills to heat their homes and other utilities, received two generous donations. Read More
Jockey Hollow Middle School is too small for the Science Technology Engineering and Math program, which is currently taking up a wing at Masuk High School. Read More
The Monroe Food Pantry’s second annual Gab and Dab Paint Night fundraiser, “Fluid Art,” will feature Monroe artist Susan Wernau, who will demonstrate two different fluid art pouring techniques. Read More