The daily five items that Rocky Hill residents need to know for Monday, Aug. 6.
What's the Weather?
The National Weather Service predicts a mostly, cloudy day with a high near 86 and a low around 61. There is a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms mainly before noon and patchy fog before 11 a.m.
New Sign at State Archaeological Preserve
If you are out a , you will notice something new, a sign.
The Rocky Hill Park and Recreation Department installed the sign Thursday afternoon at the state archaeological preserve.
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Cleanup efforts also continue at the park, which in June. A group of volunteers recently from Dividend Park, where a was held for in June. About 45 volunteers spent more than 300 hours cleaning up Dividend Park over the past few months.
Anyone interested in helping is asked to contact Chiucarello, by emailing him at email@example.com.
Youth Football Meeting Tonight
The will hold a mandatory meeting for parents on Monday at 6:30 p.m. in front of the bleachers at .
for the young football players. Stay tuned to Patch for updates on events, game photos, statistics and more involving Rocky Hill Youth Football.
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Registrations Needed For Spy Camp
Participants are needed desperately to sign up a camp that shows campers how to use science like a secret agent. If there are not enough applicants, the camp will not be offered this summer.
The "Secret Agent Laboratory: James Bond Edition" camp is a chance for campers between the ages of six to 12 to "develop your special agent and detective skills in this super hands-on week of fun," according to the email from Rocky Hill Park and Recreation department.
"Uncover the science involved in evidence gathering and analysis. Become a super sleuth and discover many of the science-based “tricks” that spies use," the release said.
Campers will do the following activities:
- Decode messages
- Use metal detectors
- Experiment with night vision
The camp will be offered Aug. 13 to 17 from 9 a.m. to noon at . The price of registration is $160.
For more information about Parks and Recreation Department events, contact its office at 860-258-2726 or visit its website.
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