Support of the FIRST- PUBLIC EVENT, Monday, July 30, 2018, 5-7 p.m.Haddam Volunteer Fire Company 439 Saybrook Rd, Higganum, Connecticut 06441
Please join us in solidarity in a PEACEFUL, NON-VIOLENT, SILENT VIGIL supporting the values of the United States Constitution. We oppose Senator Art Linares’ attack on the First Amendment rights afforded to us under the United States Constitution. We do not condone bullying or intimidation. Our Mission is NOT to incite, but to bear witness in silence. We are NOT protesting our Country, we are Defending the Right to Free Speech!
Please come wearing a black shirt to help visually display our solidarity.
At 5pm, as people arrive, we ask them line the sides of the driveway into the Haddam Firehouse. DO NOT IMPEDE MOTOR OR FOOT TRAFFIC IN THE DRIVEWAY IT SELF.
We have some American flags and stickers. People should sit along the sides of the driveway, holding an American Flag and placing an American flag sticker over your mouth.
Flags welcome and encouraged!
PLEASE NOTE: ONLY A SELECT FEW INDIVIDUALS WILL BE CHOSEN TO ATTEND THE BOARD OF SELECTMAN MEETING.
We need to get our message across, not take over the meeting or intrude on Board of Selectman business.
Taking out the Trash
The Haddam Dems are taking out the trash! … along Saybrook Road that is.
Join us this Saturday at 9 a.m. in the Haddam Meadows parking lot near the road and help us clean up our beautiful town! We’ll be walking along the roadway and river so wear appropriate and bright clothing and bring gloves.
Hope to see you there!
Enviro-Movie Night, Friday, May 19th, 7 p.m. at the Community Center, 7 Candlewood Hill Rd, Higganum.
Join us at the Community center next Friday, May 19, 7 p.m., for an HD presentation of Dr. Suess’ The Lorax!
You’ll also hear how trees help our environment and get to take home your very own sapling. The Lorax is a special movie not just for kids, so join us for a fun night of “treeducation,” popcorn and cotton candy lorax trees!
Special thanks to the Connecticut River Coastal Conservation District for the saplings and for all their work on soil and water conservation, and erosion and sediment control education in Haddam and surrounding towns.
“The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The second best time is now.” ~Anonymous
If you have any questions, contact Melissa Schlag at firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 25, Legislative Candidates’ Breakfast
Throughout October: NORM Events! With October here, we have about a month left until the election! State senatorial candidate Norm Needleman has a full slate of events coming up – and you’re invited! Be sure to come see him at any of the debates and public gatherings near you, and look for updates on even more happenings as we approach the final month of the campaign.
East Hampton Meet & Greet
October 2nd, Sunday
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
95 Main Street, East Hampton
Candidate Forum Hosted by Westbrook Council of Beaches
October 5th, Wednesday
Westbrook Town Hall, 866 Boston Post Road, Westbrook
Debate Hosted by Essex Library
October 17th, Monday
Valley Regional High School, 256 Kelsey Hill Rd, Deep River
Debate Hosted by The Morgan School
October 27th, Thursday
Auditorium, The Morgan School, 71 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton
Thanks as always for your support, and I’ll see you out on the campaign trail!
P.S. We’re always looking for more volunteers to help spread the word – you can sign up to volunteer, learn more about our campaign, request a Norm lawn sign and more at www.norm.vote.