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What's Happening in Watertown

I was reading the Town Times this weekend and found several things of interest to Watertown/Oakville residents, for those who do not get or read the paper:

The Watertown Police Department has unveiled its new website, which is accessible through the Watertown CT homepage in the Departments link. The website provides information on the history of the department, as well as records, investigative services, animal control, parking information, arrest logs and other services. There are also links to MADD, AA, the Connecticut Sex Offender Registry, the CT DMV and Crimestoppers. Information will be updated regularly and there is even a site for resident feedback via a survey.

The PTO at John Trumbull Primary School is holding an Auction on May 29, 2009. The deadline for registering for the event has passed but you can still show your support by attending.

The John Trumbull Trot 5K Road Race being held on May 30, 2009 is still looking for sponsors. The proceeds will benefit a local charity. Contact the Watertown Recreation Department for more information.

On June 7, 2009, the Revolution 3 Triathlon will be coming through Watertown and is looking for volunteers to assist in maintaining the safety of the participants through various means. Click on the link above for further details.

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Serving northern New Haven and southeastern Litchfield Counties (Waterbury, Wolcott, Prospect, Naugatuck, Middlebury, Southbury, Watertown and Plymouth)

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Serving northern New Haven and southeastern Litchfield Counties (Waterbury, Wolcott, Prospect, Naugatuck, Middlebury, Southbury, Watertown, Thomaston and Plymouth)

 

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