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Sawyer Thornton of Sharon Health Care said staff morale is good and most patients are recovering well. Photo submitted

Sharon Health Care Center: Joy as patients ‘graduate’ and return home

SHARON — The governor’s office continues to post helpful updates daily online at www.portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus, with statistics that this week show a continued decrease in positive cases of COVID-19 in Litchfield County. Deaths continue at a rate of about three per day.


Vision boards are created to provide affirmation of goals and dreams and to help visualize the pathway to one’s desired future. Boards can be made from many sources and whatever materials one has on hand, including photos, images from magazines and other common items. Photo submitted

See it… believe it… do it!: In times of stress, we all need a vision

MILLBROOK — People are going through stressful times just now, maybe the most stressful they have known. They deal with stress in many different ways, and should be open to new ideas about how to deal with that stress.


Employed as a teaching assistant at Webutuck Elementary School for the last four years, Ruth Van Wagner and her fellow teaching assistants sought to make a difference in the lives of Webutuck families by launching a community DIY face mask program and sewing face masks for families in need during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo submitted

Webutuck seeks volunteers for DIY face mask program

WEBUTUCK — Even with the school buildings closed, the North East (Webutuck) Central School District teaching staff has continued to make a difference in the lives of Webutuck families.


 

Spelling out a hopeful message on the sign next to the main entrance, the Four Brothers Drive-In Theater, located at 4957 Route 22 in Amenia, encouraged local residents to stay healthy during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo by Robert Riemer

Four Brothers Drive-In Theater seeks to be declared ‘essential’ business by the state and allowed to open

AMENIA — Since a State of Emergency was declared for the evolving coronavirus health crisis, non-essential businesses in New York state have closed per the governor’s orders and essential businesses have been adjusting their operations and workforce in conjunction with state guidelines.

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