New dog event comes to Fairfield and more

The town clerk reminds Fairfield canine owners that canine, who are 6 months of age or more mature will have to be certified by July 1, every calendar year.

Licenses can be bought at the Fairfield City Clerk’s business from 8:30 a.m to 4 p.m., Mondays by Fridays.

A present rabies certificate is required.

The fee for a spayed or neutered puppy is $8. If a puppy has not been set, the price is $19. A certificate of spaying or neutering must be presented to qualify for the lessen charge the first time a pet is accredited.

A $1 for every thirty day period penalty is included to the licensing cost just after June 30.


On the web renewals are obtainable through July 31on the city web site, fairfieldct.org.

Send out required certificates, and checks in the acceptable amount payable to Fairfield City Clerk to Betsy P. Browne, City Clerk, 611 Outdated Publish Road, Fairfield, CT 06824, together with a stamped, and self addressed envelope to apply for the license by mail.

Devlin, Operation Hope hosting diaper drive

Point out Rep. Laura Devlin (R-134) and Procedure Hope are hosting their fifth yearly diaper drive to assist any Fairfield neighbor in need to have.

Operation Hope does not have adequate diapers on hand to meet up with the community’s need.

Donations are remaining recognized by means of June 24 at: Fairfield Wood Department Library, 1147 Fairfield Woods Highway Fairfield Public Library, at 1080 Old Write-up Highway the Outdated City Hall, 611 Outdated Write-up Street A Child’s Garden, at 100 Mona Terrace St. Timothy’s at 4670 Congress St. and St. Paul’s, at 661 Outdated Write-up Highway.

Devlin will be at Saugatuck Sweets from 1 to 2 p.m. on June 25 with Fairfield First Selectwoman Brenda L. Kupchick to conclude the diaper drive.

Get in touch with 800-842-1423, or 203-254-2935 with any queries or go to operationhopect.org.

Fairfield cadet commissioned

U.S. Army 2nd Lieutenant John Feeney, from Fairfield, was not too long ago one particular of 4 cadets commissioned by the Providence College Army Reserve Officers’ Instruction Corps.

The commissioning took area at the school’s War Memorial Grotto with Providence College President Rev. Kenneth R. Sicard, O.P., providing welcoming opinions.

The new officers will be responsible for leading platoons and companies in the comprehensive range of Military functions as 2nd lieutenants. Lively responsibility lieutenants provide comprehensive time as Military leaders, when Countrywide Guard lieutenants serve component time with their respective condition countrywide guards.

Feeney acquired an undergraduate diploma in historical past, and graduated Cum Laude.

He will show up at primary officer management teaching in Fort Lee, Va. and then be assigned to the Connecticut Countrywide Guard’s transportation branch.

Neighborhood company celebrates 25th anniversary

The Universal Printing and Mailing Products and services, Inc. recently celebrated its 25th anniversary with a ribbon chopping ceremony officiated by Fairfield Very first Selectwoman Brenda Kupchick.

The corporation is a lengthy standing member of the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce.

Given that 1997, Universal Printing has been providing printing, mailing expert services, and signage to their shoppers. All through the previous 25 many years, Universal has continued to insert new devices, solutions, and personnel to preserve expectations of excellence, and its substantial-excellent amount where it is right now.

The organization has generally been family members owned and operated.

It was began by Shelley Llewellyn in 1997 at age 27. She remaining her corporate printing job and made a decision to get started her individual firm. As the small business started to expand, her partner Invoice Llewellyn remaining his corporate career with the Sotheby’s Auction Dwelling to be part of the company in 2000. Together they grew the enterprise and lifted two children: Tyler and Cassie.

Common Printing and Mailing Products and services, Inc. is located, and centered in Fairfield at 75 Ardmore St.

Stop by https://www.universalprinting4u.com or contact 203-330-0611 for extra facts.

Rotary Club announces Pillars of the Community Awards

The Rotary Club of Fairfield has announced its 2022 Pillars of the Group Awards: Kelly Maffel, of Woofgang Rocky Progano, of RipRour George Markley, humanitarian Alex Plitsas patriot and the Fairfield Group Unexpected emergency Response Team.

The awards figure out those people who exemplify Rotary’s motto of “Service over self.”

The awards ceremony will be on Monday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Gaelic American Club at 74 Seaside Road in Fairfield, and will allow the Club to spotlight the perform and the determination designed by the award winners.

Tickets are $40 per individual and incorporate major appetizers, dessert and gentle beverages.

A hard cash bar is readily available.

RSVPs for the function are thanks by June 3.

More information is available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2022RotaryPillars.

Fairfield Dog Days to be hosted for first time

Fairfield Pet Days will be held June 19 at the Old Town Hall from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The celebration will be hosted by the Pet Pantry Warehouse organization, which has a locale in Fairfield. The company is partnering with the non-financial gain group Operation Hope Connecticut, the Woofgang & Co. enterprise, and Adopt-a-Pet for the party.

Pursuits will include things like K9 demonstrations, canine lovers’ lure coursing, a radar operate, a child zone, deal with painting, a caricature artist, a Pet Pantry bone bar, an ice product pawlour, a sniffari and foodstuff vehicles.

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