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Bloomfield

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Thursdays, 12:15 every week at Carbone's Kitchen in Bloomfield..
Carbone's Kitchen
6 Wintonbury Mall
Bloomfield, CT  06002
United States
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In an effort to promote literacy and deepen the 
understanding of early Connecticut among students 
at Metacomet School, the Bloomfield Rotary Club 
donated copies to each student of the book “Sybil 
Ludington’s Midnight Ride” by Marsha Amstel.
Bloomfield Rotary awarded Maya Deres Metacomet Elementary School the Student of the Month plaque December March 2016.  Congratulations, Maya!
On February 16 Bloomfield Rotary members Donna Banks, Norm Famely and Mark Weisman presented coats to families as part of the Fire Department coat drive.
 
 
 
Bloomfield Rotary donated $1,000 to the Bloomfield Fire Department coat drive.  When kids have a warm coat it helps reduce absenteeism at school, and increases the chance that they will eventually graduate from high school.  To help Bloomfield students have a brighter future, please join us in supporting this cause.
 
 
We know you will be disappointed, but we could not get either of our two venues to host our meeting scheduled for Thanksgiving Day.  Please enjoy spending time with your family instead.
 

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