The Colebrook Historical Society cordially invites you to its annual Holiday Open House on Sunday, December 3, from 3:00-5:00 PM. There will be lots of refreshments on hand, plus a good deal of Holiday Cheer. Colebrook’s children will perform music of the season, and everyone can join in an old fashioned carol sing. Megan McTavish, former professional actor and Head Writer of All My Children and General Hospital, will read the traditional favorite, ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. The festivities will conclude with a special Tree Lighting. The CHS is delighted to be able to light three trees in Colebrook Center for all to enjoy. Do come and kick off the Holiday Season with us, all are most welcome. The Open House will be held at the home of the CHS, the historic Seymour Inn, located at the intersection of Routes 183 and 182A in Colebrook Center. For further information contact Carol Lord at email@example.com@yahoo.com> or 860-738-8244.
Colebrook Food Pantry will be open as follows for the holiday season: Christmas - open Tuesday, 12/26/17 (instead of Monday, 12/25/17) New Year's Day - open Tuesday 1/2/18 (instead of Monday, 1/1/18) Same hours - 4pm to 6pm
HOLIDAY MAGIC IN HISTORIC COLEBROOK CENTER Join us on Saturday, December 9th for a fun-filled day for the whole family starting at 8:30 am with Breakfast with Santa at the Congregational Church, followed by a traditional Holiday Fair until 2 pm at the Town Hall and Community & Senior Center, 562 Colebrook Rd., Colebrook, CT. Unique vendors with fun gifts, Cookie Land, Live Trees and Wreaths for sale, Children's Shopping Area and activities, Holiday Café with hot breakfast and lunch specialties, bake sale and much, much more. Live performance by the Greenwoods Consort, featuring Renaissance and Traditional Holiday Music at 12:00 noon, Town Hall, 2nd Floor For more information, visit www.townofcolebrook.org, call 860-379-3359 x 201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org@gmail.com>.
The Colebrook Holiday Fair is looking for donations for the following: 1. "Children's Table" - donations of items to be sold on the Children's Table - donation box outside the Selectman's Office, Floor 1, Town Hall 2. Gingerbread Cookie decorations - small candies etc. - donations may be left in the Selectman's Office on Lee's desk - children are able to decorate donated gingerbread men Any questions please feel free to call Lee 860-379-3359 x201 or email email@example.com@colebrooktownhall.org> The children's activities are always an important of our fair and many children enjoy them. Thank you in advance for your continued generosity.
Please remember that the Colebrook Food Pantry is open on Mondays 4pm-6pm Lower level parking lot at the Colebrook Congregational Church No application necessary If you need assistance with food please stop by
Jury Duty Scam October 2017 It has been reported by several CT Police Department Officials that scammers are calling claiming to be a member of law enforcement, whether it's the local police, the sheriff's department or the U.S. Marshals Service. The caller typically tells the victim that they have failed to appear for jury duty, failed to answer a court summons or have an active warrant for their arrest, which they may tell you was just signed by a judge. The caller ID may show phone numbers for a courthouse or law enforcement agency, and the caller may cite names of actual police officers, court officials, judges or town officials. The caller will tell the victim that they can pay a fine to avoid arrest. They will request this payment through prepaid cards, gift cards or wire transfer. The caller may even ask to the victim to confirm their identity by soliciting personal information, including your name, birth date, Social Security number and other ID theft-worthy details. According to many Local Police Departments, "The jury duty scam remains one of the most successful intimidation/imposter schemes, "scammers can not only get a quick payoff but also enough personal details for future identity theft." Police recommend that people receiving this call HANG UP without providing any information. This information provided the Senior Medicare Patrol at the Western CT Area Agency Call to be a volunteer and Help STOP Fraud, 203-757-5449
Please be advised that this office has received a number of complaints regarding the IRS phone scam occurring again in this area. The IRS DOES NOT call on the phone - they mail through the Postal Service only. Do not speak to these people. Let me know if you have any questions Thanks Tom