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There were lo of reasons for children to come to Dickinson Park June 5, including games, a K-9 demonstration, face painting, cookout-style refreshments, a petting zoo, and a chance to explore a fire truck or get up close to an authentic NASCAR race car. During his visit to Newtown, he told the audience his passion for this cause was largely inspired by his own personal experiences since being adopted himself when he was just a few days old.
For nearly an hour, the singer and songwriter kept the audience enthralled, introducing song after song that recalled incidents or parts of his life as he grew up. He talked about eventually locating and met his estranged birth parents, and experienced the intense mix of emotions those meetings provided.
Several state officials and a representative for the Connecticut Association of Foster and Adoptive Parents also took the opportunity to remind visitors to spread the word about the thousands of children in the state who are seeking caring foster and adoptive homes. Many of these children are currently in congregate care settings such as residential facilities or group homes, Ms Newtown added.
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Robert Mitchell. I am heartbroken. Joan was my dear friend and like a sister to me for over 40 years. We worked together for many years and shared many lunches and dinners with Irene and Barbara. I will miss her always. My sympathies go out to her family. Joan M. Agree with qstorm. I have lived here long enough, twenty plus years, to see that no matter the outcome of these elections the path forward is one of over development try getting across town any time of the day , raising taxes, and fewer services. So very sorry for your loss. Our sympathies to the Berthier family. Bob was my definition of a true Southern Gentleman.
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