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  • Girl Scout Cookies Fund Success

    The world may have been changed, but one thing that hasn’t is Girl Scout Cookies fund success.  Did you k ...

    The world may have been changed, but one thing that hasn’t is Girl Scout Cookies fund success.  Did you know Girl Scouts remains the largest girl-led entrepreneurial program in the world?  When you bu ...

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  • History Corner: Ruthie From The Bronx…

    I was born in 1911 on Simpson Street in the Bronx.  My aunt Berth, Mom’s sister, was fortunate to be empl ...

    I was born in 1911 on Simpson Street in the Bronx.  My aunt Berth, Mom’s sister, was fortunate to be employed by Gladys Vanderbilt, part of the “haves” families, travelling abroad, twice a year, more ...

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  • History Corner: It’s Like This Folks…

    We all learned about Alexander Graham Bell inventing the telephone, right?  We need to reteach this infor ...

    We all learned about Alexander Graham Bell inventing the telephone, right?  We need to reteach this information.  Now don’t put the paper down, this gets more interesting, I think. You know that middl ...

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  • Holiday Party Sparks Joy

    On Thursday, December 9, the magic of the season was abundant as the individuals Marrakech supports were ...

    On Thursday, December 9, the magic of the season was abundant as the individuals Marrakech supports were treated to a holiday celebration in the great hall at St. Barbara’s Greek Orthodox Church.  Ind ...

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  • Orange Lions Club to Make Community Grants

    The Orange Lions Club will provide a limited number of mini-grants to eligible community organizations an ...

    The Orange Lions Club will provide a limited number of mini-grants to eligible community organizations and/or individuals in 2022, for the eighteenth year.  The program is intended to provide funds to ...

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  • Climbing in the New Year!

    Pack 922 spent our first pack meeting climbing walls at City Climb Gym in New Haven.  Nineteen of our sco ...

    Pack 922 spent our first pack meeting climbing walls at City Climb Gym in New Haven.  Nineteen of our scouts and their families came out for a night of great heights and new challenges.  Before the ne ...

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  • What Do We Know About 1822?

    It won’t be long before we will be celebrating the town’s Bicentennial, 200 years after the May 28th meet ...

    It won’t be long before we will be celebrating the town’s Bicentennial, 200 years after the May 28th meeting where a “true copy” of the original document outlining the resolve by the Assembly that the ...

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  • Beautifying Orange

    The Garden Club of Orange designed wreaths to decorate town buildings for the holidays.  Members brought ...

    The Garden Club of Orange designed wreaths to decorate town buildings for the holidays.  Members brought clippings of evergreens and pinecones from their yards to embellish the wreaths.  If you are in ...

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  • 1st Annual Frosty Fest

    BOWDAAC (Bethany Orange Woodbridge Drug/Alcohol Action Committee) hosted its first Frosty Fest!  Frosty F ...

    BOWDAAC (Bethany Orange Woodbridge Drug/Alcohol Action Committee) hosted its first Frosty Fest!  Frosty Fest is a chance for families and/or businesses to show off your community holiday pride!  Decor ...

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  • History Corner: Let’s Take Another Look at 1822 & Beyond…

    No one can deny that our forefathers had a rough time of it when they arrived here, not only in the early ...

    No one can deny that our forefathers had a rough time of it when they arrived here, not only in the early centuries but in 1822, 202 years after the first settlers started their lives in the new land. ...

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  • Sweitzer Speaks at Joint Garden Club Meeting

    The Garden Club of Orange was hosted by the Garden Club of Woodbridge at its in-person, October 5 meeting ...

    The Garden Club of Orange was hosted by the Garden Club of Woodbridge at its in-person, October 5 meeting.  Commercial flower designer, Tucker Sweitzer, was the guest speaker.  At the age of 5, Tucker ...

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  • Halloween in the Neighborhood

    I don’t think there is another Orange neighborhood like ours.  In late September our “neighbors” email li ...

    I don’t think there is another Orange neighborhood like ours.  In late September our “neighbors” email list of over 40 began the planning for this year’s Halloween.  Today at the bottom of many drivew ...

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  • History Corner: What Was it Like in 1822?

    In a few short months, Orange will be celebrating its 200th anniversary, the bicentennial.  Although the ...

    In a few short months, Orange will be celebrating its 200th anniversary, the bicentennial.  Although the Orange Historical Society’s research center holds the key to the past, information about 1822 a ...

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  • Wreaths, Poinsettias and Pies!

      It’s that time of year again and Pack 922 will be out looking for those of you who would like a de ...

      It’s that time of year again and Pack 922 will be out looking for those of you who would like a decorated wreath, poinsettia and Oronoque Pies for the Holidays.  Starting the first week of Nove ...

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  • History Corner: Where Do We Go From Here?...

    The American Revolution was initiated by delegates from thirteen colonies of British America against the ...

    The American Revolution was initiated by delegates from thirteen colonies of British America against the British.  I know or hope you know that the war was fought over the issue of American independen ...

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  • Pack 922 Is Together and Hiking

    September 13th Pack 922 met for the first time since the spring.  We welcomed new faces and were able to ...

    September 13th Pack 922 met for the first time since the spring.  We welcomed new faces and were able to reconnect with our dens.  Scouts were able to hear about our fun happenings that are to come.  ...

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  • The Orange Recycling Committee has announced the next paper shredding and mattress recycling event, will ...

    The Orange Recycling Committee has announced the next paper shredding and mattress recycling event, will be held rain or shine on Saturday, October 9, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the front pa ...

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  • On Saturday, July 10, 2021, Benjamin Cap from Boy Scout Troop 12 completed his eagle project at Holy Infa ...

    On Saturday, July 10, 2021, Benjamin Cap from Boy Scout Troop 12 completed his eagle project at Holy Infant Church, focusing on beautifying the outdoor front right wing section of the church. In late ...

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  • History Corner: He Didn’t Have a Clue…

    In 1830, a young Dennis Stone built a home on Orange Center Road which was actually North Main Street.  A ...

    In 1830, a young Dennis Stone built a home on Orange Center Road which was actually North Main Street.  After all, streets were only dirt roads with names that fit where they were with South Main Stre ...

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  • Stone-Otis House Museum Is Open

    The Stone-Otis House is open Sundays 1:00-3:00.  Come tour the 1830 home built a mere 8 years after the f ...

    The Stone-Otis House is open Sundays 1:00-3:00.  Come tour the 1830 home built a mere 8 years after the founding of the Town of Orange.  The year 2022 will be a banner one as Orange will be celebratin ...

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