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The Daily Five: Hamm to be Honored by EHEA

Five things you might want to know.

 

  1. Groundhog Day is Feb. 2 and there will be events all around the country to see if local groundhogs will see their shadows. In Connecticut, the resident rodent who’s an expert on Groundhog Day is Chuckles the groundhog, who resides at the Lutz Children’s Museum in Manchester. Patch will be at Saturday’s event to see if Chuckles sees her shadow so check back tomorrow to find out if we’ll have six more weeks of winter!
  2. The Taste of Hartford is in full swing this weekend, Feb. 2 and Feb. 3. The city's premier restaurant event features two weeks’ of fine discount dining. Participating restaurants across Hartford will offer special multi-course, price-fixed tasting menus featuring some of their signature dishes for only $20.13. Click here for information on which restaurants will be participating.
  3. Eagle viewing season on the Connecticut River is here. The state has a list of several agencies that are offering excursions.
  4. East Hampton Police Chief Matt Reimondo will remain on the payroll for another three months as interim chief.
  5. On Monday, Feb. 4th at 4 p.m., the East Hampton Education Association will host a reception for recently retired State Representative and former East Hampton Board of Education Chairman Gail Hamm.  The reception will be in the East Hampton Middle School Library Media Center. Hamm will be honored by both the Connecticut Education Association and the EHEA.  She represented the 34th House District in the Connecticut General Assembly for 14 years and served on the East Hampton BOE for seven years.

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