The OSDTC will meet at 7:30, unless noted otherwise, on the following dates in 2014:
Monday, January 27
Monday, February 24
Monday, March 31 (7:00PM)
Monday, April 28
Tuesday, May 27
Monday, June 23
Monday, July 28
Monday, August 25
Monday, September 22
Monday, October 27
Monday, November 17
There is no meeting scheduled for the month of December.
The Town of Old Saybrook is looking for individuals to join an ad hoc committee to study the effects of sea level rise and climate adaptation. Follow this link: http://www.oldsaybrookct.org/Pages/OldSaybrookCT_News/04572068-000F8513 or go to www.oldsaybrookct.org for more information.
It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our longtime friend and committee member Joan Breindel. Our thoughts are with her family at this sad time. May she rest in peace.
“Too Hot to Cook” night (August 5, 2013) at Luigi’s was a success. Everyone had fun and we can’t wait until we get to do it again. Everyone deserves a night out. Here are a few pictures from that night:
Eileen Baker, Sharon Craft, John DeCristoforo, Teri and Richard Metsack
Don & Karen Brodeur and the Ladd Family enjoying their meal
Another table of supporters enjoying their dinner.
If you have been following the controversy surrounding The Preserve then you should know that a deal has been reached. Follow the link below for the article that appeared in The Day today.
Pursuant to the Rules of the Democratic Party and State Election Laws, you are hereby notified that a caucus will be held on:
Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at 7:30PM at the Saybrook Point Pavilion, 150 College Street, Old Saybrook, CT 06475.
Caucus will endorse candidates for Municipal Office and to transact other business as may be proper to come before said caucus.
This year’s Saybrook Stroll was, as always, a huge success. The OSDTC would like to thank Nancy Walsh, Marty Ladd, Hank Conti, Bill Webb, and Kathy Sugland for braving the heat and manning the table. We would also like to thank those who stopped by to check in on everyone: Adam, Gina, and the Stillman girls, Wendy & Mike Gesick, John & Pat O’Brien, Mim & Kathy Scamporino, J. Colin & Alexis Heffernan and family. And a big THANK YOU to Susan Esty for allowing us to set up in front of her store.
As always, the Old Saybrook Chili Fest was a huge success. Our Firecracker Inaugural Chili with our Jalapeno Corn Bread, Avocado Crema, and Chili Lime Crema was well liked. We went thru 15 gallons and had to close our booth early! The weather was perfect and it seemed like the whole town came out to support the event. A special thanks to Mim Scamporino, Mary Kennedy, Sharon Craft, Kathy Sugland, and Marty Ladd for manning the booth. For those members that stopped by to visit- thank you. This years winners were:
1) Water’s Edge
2) The Monkey Farm
3) St. John’s School
Here are a few pictures from this years booth:
Mary Kennedy, Sharon Craft, and Chairman Marty Ladd manning the booth
Mary Kennedy, Sharon Craft, and Marty Ladd preparing for taste testers
Taste testers visit our Inaugural Firecracker Chili Booth
Look at that line!!!
Location, Location, Location