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Nowadays at Manchester Barber Shop, you’ll find Pam Marvasti cutting hair at the chair closest to the door. That’s because, since June 2019, she’s been the owner of the barbershop, and has chosen to follow tradition.
Hunger remains a problem in Connecticut and across the country. According to Feeding America, 1 in 8 people in the state faces hunger—coming out to 428,800 people, including 109,480 children.
As a small thank you for their military service, Manchester Elks Lodge 1893 and Johnson Brunetti Retirement and Investment Specialists teamed up for the sixth consecutive year this December to provide local veterans hot meals and care packages of winter attire.
The opening day of registration for Winter-Spring programs and events is fast approaching. Beginning on December 8th, Manchester residents can sign up for a wide variety of activities offered by the Town of Manchester’s Department of Leisure, Family and Recreation.
With colder weather coming, there’s the temptation to stay inside your house, but the Town of Manchester’s Department of Leisure, Family, and Recreation has the solution.
On October 29, President Biden proclaimed November to be Native American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate Native American & Indigenous history and culture. Across the country, people will be celebrating the rich cultural heritage of one of America’s most marginalized communities.
As LGBTQ+ History Month draws to a close, it is important to know how you can be an ally to the community in the future, especially as a parent.
Beginning in October, expect to see plenty of positive messages popping up around town. The Manchester Women’s Club, in partnership with the Town of Manchester’s Recreation Division, is launching The Positivity Project.
The past year and a half has seen drastic changes to the issue of school lunch debt in Manchester, the state, and the country as a whole.
Due to rising cases of COVID-19, the Town of Manchester currently has a mask mandate in place.
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