Putnam Branch – Journal Inquirer

The Journal Inquirer’s front page today has a half page picture of the CTSSAR Color Guard yesterday at the Wood Memorial Library in South Windsor. On page 3 are two more great photographs. Leslloyd F. Alleyne, the JI photographer, did a great job. Try to get a copy today if you can.
The Putnam Branch and Color Guard had a great time and lucked up on the weather. Since there were a total of eight Putnam branch members in attendance, we decided to hold our fall meeting yesterday during lunch. Also spending the day with us were the Presidents of both the Wadsworth and Sherman branches.
In case you missed the information in the CTSSAR newsletter, there are two lectures this month at Wood Memorial Library and Museum in South Windsor and an art exhibit as they celebrate a month of Revolutionary War Events. Our own CTSSAR member, Rev. Paul F. Everett, will be speaking on Oct. 28 and the ever popular George C. Neumann on Oct 21. Our Putnam branch is putting these events on in conjunction with the library so please come out and show your support. More information below.
A big thank you to all who participated yesterday (one drove from Westport and another from MA!) and especially to Todd for all his help. Our next meeting will in the Jan/Feb ’10 period.
See you at Wood this month!
Best,
Gary Pitcock
Putnam Branch President

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