The daily five items that Rocky Hill residents need to know for Monday, July 2.
What's the Weather?
The National Weather Service predicts a 30 percent chance of showers between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. It should be a mostly sunny day with a high near 89 and a low around 63.
Current and past champions will flock to the dance floors of the for 10th annual Nutmeg Ball July 14 and 15.
The event will feature dancers Roy and Janet Williams from Massachusetts and Wayne and Barbara Blackford from Arizona. Randy Roraback will host the two-day event.
The dance is $99 per couple and checks must be made payable to Carol Schilman.
For more information about the U.S. Dance Club, call 860-529-2888 or 860-967-1649 or visit the club's website.
Volunteers and "all the junk on top of the sand pit trail" from Dividend Park Thursday morning.
"It's gone," said Ed Chicucarello in an email sent on June 28.
About 45 volunteers spent more than 300 hours cleaning up Dividend Park over the past few months, according to Chicucarello. A was held for at the park in early June.
The group is expected to return to the park to blaze the yellow trail on July 7 at 8 a.m. Volunteers are asked to meet at the corner of Pleasant Valley Road.
Anyone interested in helping is asked to contact Chiucarello, by emailing him at email@example.com.
Girls Scouts Camp Out At Rock Cat Stadium
New Britain Rock Cats Stadium turned into a camp ground Friday following the minor league game as some Rocky Hill Girl Scouts got the chance to brave the wild outdoors without leaving the baseball diamond.
Before the game started, 100 "first" pitches were thrown out to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts, according to Scout Leader Terry Grant. The Girl Scouts were also treated to a fireworks display and a parade.
After the game, the scouts and their families set up camp in the outfield and were treated to a movie on the score board.
Grand Opening For Hair Dresser
officially opened its door Saturday afternoon with a , which was sponsored by the
"We are happy to celebrate with Noli & Family today the grand opening of their new location in Rocky Hill," said Chamber Executive Director Paul Carr. "It is always a cause for celebration when a Chamber member is successful in our community."
The salon, which opened earlier this month, is owned and operated by Noli Saliu. He works alongside his 23-year-old twin daughters, Alma and Nora.
Mayor Anthony LaRosa and state lawmakers along with family members and chamber members were in attendance.
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