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This year’s Taste of the Past will have George Baker portraying President John Adams. Cost is $35/pp which includes hearty soups, bread, desserts, coffee, tea, water and a raffle.
The Orange Tractor Supply is inviting customers to attend a Pet Adoption Event on February 10, 2024 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The pet adoption event is open to the public and friendly, leashed pets. It will take place at Tractor Supply at 253 Indian River Road.
On October 3, the Garden Club of Woodbridge hosted the Garden Club of Orange. Members of both clubs were excited to meet guest speaker, Tovah Martin. Tovah’s presentation, “Terrariums and You,” showcased terrariums in creative glass vessels, e.g., teacups and furniture pieces.
Students at the Amity Middle School Orange banded together to say thank you to our veterans through our annual Stockings for Soldiers community outreach program. The students, staff, and families of AMSO sent in various toiletry and snack items that were put into stockings and delivered on Friday
While the rain was heavy and the wind was strong, the outpouring of support was tremendous. What seemed like only a trickle of cars compared to last year, the arrivals were steady. So many thanks to our wonderful volunteers.
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The Garden Club of Orange’s annual holiday luncheon, The Silver Tea, was held on December 12, 2023. As part of the civic nature of the event, donations from members were collected for and then the amount matched through the Club’s general fund with a total of $400 donated to the Orange Community
Civil Air Patrol CT Minuteman Squadron CT-073 along with Girl Scout Troop 60274 participated in the nationwide Wreaths Across America on 12/16/2023. They laid over 30 wreaths on veteran's graves at the Orange Cemetery on Orange Center Road.
The Orange Lions Club will provide a limited number of mini-grants to eligible community organizations and/or individuals in 2024. The program is intended to provide funds to worthy causes and activities in the town of Orange that might not otherwise be funded.
For a service project, Girl Scouts of Troop 67216 made warm blankets for the Blanket Fairy Mission of the Orange Congregational Church.