Founded in 1972 by former Ridgefield First Selectman J. Mortimer Woodcock, Woodcock Nature Center is beloved to both Ridgefield and Wilton for its nearly 150-acre preserve, educational programming, unforgettable ...
The center was founded by former Ridgefield First Selectman J. Mortimer Woodcock, who secured the 150-acre preserve from the state. ... “It is truly incredible to see how former Ridgefield First Selectman J.
Woodcock Nature Center in Wilton, Ridgefield celebrates 50 years: ‘It’s people that built this place’
Woodcock Nature Center celebrates 50 years: ‘It’s people that built this place’ By Alyssa Seidman Former Ridgefield First Selectman J. Mortimer Woodcock once envisioned a place where the public could go to ...
., “Portrait of Westportporter J. Mortimer Lichtenaur” LARRY SILVER Larry Silver - photograph, “Yangzhou China” (Westport’s sister City) Lisa Daugherty Lisa Daugherty, oil “Studio” Vincent ...
First Selectman J. Mortimer Woodcock expressed his sorrow to the crowd. ... A newcomer to town, Father Martin J.
“Even the notorious ‘walk’ lights in the village center may go,” The Press reported in its Feb. 15 edition after a meeting between First Selectmen J. Mortimer Woodcock and state highway officials that took place in New Milford.
Republican J. Mortimer Woodcock defeated Democrat Otto Jespersen for first selectman 2,158 to 887.
The election — scheduled for Monday, Oct. 2 — had J. Mortimer Woodcock and Otto Jespersen battling for first selectman, and Fred Montanari and Louis Fossi for Board of Selectmen.
Donald J. Mortimer of 711 N. ... Mortimer was arrested about 8:40 p.m. after being accused of stealing a 2000 Chevrolet pickup truck from Central Illinois Harvestore in Jacksonville and crashing it into a pole at Sandusky Road and Edlen Lane.
“J. Mortimer Woodcock, Paul Hampden and Michael Hagen interviewed with the Republican Town Committee,” The Press said.
Van Wagner began his career in Ridgefield when J. Mortimer “Woody” Woodcock was its top official.
The Press ran a front page picture of then First Selectman J. Mortimer Woodcock and James Costanzi, president of the Lions Club, flipping the switch at Veterans Park in its Dec. 7, 1967, edition.
Highlights: I—J. Mortimer went 2-for-4 with a double, an RBI and a run.
He was united in marriage to Marcia J. ... “Chip” (Sheila) Mortimer II of Port Huron; two daughters, Rebecca J. ... Mortimer and his wife, Doris J.
BARBARA THOMAS AVON -- At Avon Old Farms School, Thomas J. ... Mortimer's father, Thomas Mortimer III, has declined comment and appealed for privacy for his family. ... The victims were identified as Thomas ...
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