The season of sun and satisfaction is here, and with it comes the summer issue of Passport magazine. It's a guide to the diverse pleasures to be discovered in Litchfield County, the Berkshires and Eastern New York. From lavish dining at the Winvian resort in Morris, Conn., to the best of the Berkshires' arts and culture scene and the finest in country properties, Passport provides a visa to summer fun for everyone.
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The incoming chief executive officer and president of the YMCA of Western Connecticut is a graduate of one of the premier physical education colleges in the East, has held administrative positions at two other YMCAs and sees a need to promote fitness and wellness programs to help combat, among other things, adult diabetes and child obesity.
Today's economy may be seesawing, but one thing remains constant, as far as Bethel Chamber of Commerce's leadership is concerned: The annual Summer Festival offers a broad range of bargains by local retailers and a wide variety of entertainment, for the enjoyment of local residents and visitors to the town.
The two candidates in the 107th state House District have taken opposing positions on an increase of Connecticut's minimum wage, an issue in which the General Assembly recently overrode a veto by Gov. M. Jodi Rell (R-Brookfield).
WE WON AGAIN! We are proud to announce that we have won 5 awards in the Suburban Newspaper Association 2007 Advertising Contest. First place for LCT Monthly, first place for Spring Real Estate, third place for Passport Magazine, honorable mention for Bridal 2007 and honorable mention for Fall Home Improvement.