Shoreline Singers: Another Evening of Inappropriate Song

Submitted by Rebecca Degnan. Back by popular demand! The Shoreline Singer’s second Evening of Inappropriate Song is a hysterical adult cabaret filled with Broadway songs… and absolutely no censoring! General admission, table seating at the American Legion in Moodus ( 35 Neptune Ave, Moodus)  Bring your own food and enjoy it while being entertained by […]

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100 Years Ago, January 1919: Local News

100 Years Ago January 1919: In and About The Haddams selected from the pages of The Evening Press and lightly annotated by Sally Haase Killingworth, Jan. 3, 1919: Rev. G.B. Gilbert was down to Emmanuel church at the Christmas social where there were over forty people from Rockland, Killingworth Center, and Chestnut Hill district attended. […]

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100 Years Ago – Dec 1918, Local News

100 Years Ago December 1918 The Haddams – The Homecoming Begins Selected from the pages of The Evening Press and lightly annotated by Sally Haase Moodus, Dec. 1, 1918: Continental Hall, Wednesday, evening 8:30 p.m.; Official U.S. government war pictures: “America’s Answers,” a pictorial history of America’s achievement during the first year in the world’s […]

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100 Years Ago – November 1918, Local News

100 Years Ago – November 1918 The Haddams Celebrate Armistice   Selected from the pages of The Evening Press and lightly annotated by Sally Haase Higganum, November 1, 1918: Services at the Congregational church will be resumed on Sunday as the board of health has consented. The churches in town have been closed for three […]

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Local News, 100 Years Ago: Oct 1918

100 Years Ago: October 1918 The Haddams – Flu Takes H.Johnson at Camp Upton, E. Secor Dies in France Selected from the pages of The Evening Press and lightly annotated by Sally Haase Boston, Oct. 1, 1918: Flu Still Spreading. The epidemic of Spanish influenza is spreading, according to reports today. Sixty-cities and towns outside […]

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100 Years Ago: October 1918 – Local News

100 Years Ago October 1918 The Haddams – Flu Takes H. Johnson at Camp Upton, E. Secor Dies in France Selected from the pages of The Evening Press and lightly annotated by Sally Haase Boston, Oct. 1, 1918: Flu Still Spreading. The epidemic of Spanish influenza is spreading, according to reports today. Sixty-cities and towns […]

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Congregation Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek: A History

By Ellen Nodelman. Congregation Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek has roots on both sides of the Connecticut River, in Moodus, on one, and in Deep River and Chester, on the other. How the Congregation, situated today in Chester, came to be ‘The Congregation with the Long Name’ is a story that goes back over 100 years. […]

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