Today's HappeningsJoin the Branford High School Girls Soccer team as they hold their 3rd Annual "Pink" Play4theCure Game today at 6:30 PM at the high school. The game is in honor of those fighting breast cancer. The girls have joined hands once again with the National Foundation for Cancer Research to participate in the Play4theCure. Join them at the "turf field" as the girls take on Jonathan Law High School. The girls will be rockin' their pink jersey's and pink socks to support the fight for breast cancer movement. There are cool raffle items such as an Alex and Ani bracelet, By the Sea gift card, a Pink scarf and many more. All proceeds received go directly to the National Foundation for Cancer Research.
The Board of Recreation holds its meeting tonight at 7pm at the Community House, 46 Church Street
The RTM meets tonight, 8pm at the Fire Headquarters
What's the Weather?According to The National Weather Service website, (which by the way is closed due to the government shut down) the weather today in Branford is expected to be like yesterday, a mix of clouds and sun, a little cooler with a high of 65 degrees, low of 50. There's a slight chance of rain.
In Case You Missed ItSometimes life gets in the way of checking out the latest great local stories so in case you missed it, here's a recap:
- Yale Professor Wins Nobel Prize for Medicine
- A Branford Man has been Arrrested in the Fatal Accident of His Wife
- Things Parents Should Know About the Silk Road Bust
- What You Can And Cannot Do During A Government Shutdown
- Violations Found in 20 Home Day Care Facilities
- Branford Man Arrested for Alleged Stalking a Former Date
- A Sound Choice Celebrates 15 Years in Business
- Not the same old stuff! Different and tasty Back To School breakfast ideas for your kids
- Polished Boutique to Celebrate One Year in Business!
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