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If you’ve been following the story of Andy, the 11-year-old Corgi who ran away from a friend’s home in Westport on New Year’s Eve, you’ll want to “like” the group’s Facebook page for regular updates. Andy was last spotted by a jogger.
Jordina, owner of Andy, thanked the support she, her husband, and the search for Andy have received from friends all over the country:
Speaking of great team members we had a seriously large amount of flyers posted tonight because of some last minute rallying from team Andy! We will be adding more flyers and posters tomorrow. Thanks to your generous donations this has been possible. From the very bottom of my heart I thank you, words cannot express the gratitude and amazement I feel, being so blessed to have so much support and help from so many exceptional people.
, the Facebook page for Cinch, the gourmet meal market on Mill Plain Road, posted this status Wednesday:
Stop into Cinch tomorrow for a chance to make it on a TV show pilot being filmed at Cinch. Not only can you grab some great food but you may get to be seen on TV.
So if you’re looking for some food and a shot at fame, head to Cinch today.
Local sports fans should “like” the Fairfield, Conn. Sports page on Facebook and follow @SportsFairfield on Twitter. This self-proclaimed “most informative sports new source” for Fairfield lives up to the description.
The page provides video, photo, and regular updates throughout the day on how local sports teams are faring.
St. Catherine Academy in Fairfield is a private school that serves students with special needs. They school is currently gearing up for its Duckie Derby fundraiser and announced on Facebook on Wednesday that the Fairfield Sun is accepting entries for a “Feeling Duckie” photo contest.
You can read more about this year’s Duckie Derby .
With summer vacations just under two months away for the children of Fairfield County, parents should check out the Facebook page for KidsOutandAbout.com.
The page posts links to activities, summer camps, theatre and fine arts classes, and horseback riding camps, to name a few.
Do you love cupcakes? “Like” page on Facebook to find out the next day’s flavors.
Today will be serving:
Red Velvet, Pink Velvet, Cannoli Cream, Cookies and Cream, High Top Hat, Salted Caramel and Vanilla Cheesecake!
For a laugh or a quick post to brighten your day, check out the page for , a web company that sells gag gifts and other fun things. Its founder is a Fairfield resident.
On Wednesday, Mirth in a Box shared this tidbit:
Bupkes-noun [ BUB kiss] absolutely nothing. Sylvia spent 3 hours staring at her computer screen and wrote bubkes.
Connecticut Magazine shared this request on Wednesday:
Fairfield County singles, tell us where you go to hang out, eat, meet friends, etc. And watch for our upcoming Singles Guide to CT! #CTSingles
Trek Bicycle Store is hosting a special guest this evening at 6:30:
Stephanie from Physical Synergy will be here at the Trek Store to discuss Graston Technique.
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