Nicki Brown, 10, of Fairfield has her face painted during tonight’s First Night activities. Events for First Night Westport/Weston continue through midnight. Fireworks take place over the Saugatuck River at 7 p.m. and midnight. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com
Sunday, December 10, 2023
Hi, I’m Spazz! Connecticut Humane Society
This gorgeous girl is a sweet southern dog that is going to make some lucky person a wonderful pet and friend. Spazz is a 1-year-old spayed female husky mix. Her name is quite misleading because she is not “spazzy.” She is, however, a bit shy but responds well (and quickly) to gentle words and attention. She absolutely melts with joy when she is the center of attention. Stop by soon to meet Spazz at the CT Humane Society (455 Post Road E., (203) 227-4137).
Hi, I’m Chelsea! Connecticut Humane Society
Dogs are so forgiving. This sweet girl, Chelsea, was found abandoned and brought to the CT Humane Society (455 Post Road E., (203) 227-4137) to find a loving new family. She is quite simply the best. She loves everyone and is very happy around other dogs. Chelsea is a 2 ½-year-old spayed female basset hound. Come by soon to meet (and fall in love with) the basset with a heart of gold, Chelsea.
How can you resist these two little cuties that need a loving home? Please stop by the CT Humane Society (455 Post Road E., (203) 227-4137) to meet Punkin and Cole. They are small corgi mix pups (altered male and spayed female) that are 6 months of age. They are a bit shy at first and take turns hiding behind each other but quickly respond to puppy language. They love to be cuddled and give kisses. Stop by soon to meet these adorable doggies.
Hi, I’m Baby! Connecticut Humane Society
It’s incredibly sad when a wonderful dog like Baby is abandoned and left to fend for herself. She deserves so much better. Baby is a 3-year-old spayed female small husky. You can find this beautiful girl at the CT Humane Society (455 Post Road E., (203) 227-4137). She is very friendly, well trained and gets along well with other dogs. Baby would do best in an adult home with someone willing to give her the attention and exercise that she needs. Please stop by soon to meet this sweet Baby.
Today’s Arizona Star, in a story headlined “People he never met called him buddy and mate, friend and mentor,” tells of the 37-year-old son of a former Westport police captain who died suddenly of a heart attack in July.
“David Barr freely gave away his talents and died too young,” the newspaper said in the Tucson-datelined story.
Barr’s father, Fred, retired from the Westport force and moved with his wife to Arizona two years ago. Their son David accompanied them.
“(David) Barr, a high-school dropout and self-taught auto mechanic, photographer and computer programmer, had a rich online life that parents Fred and Nancy Barr never glimpsed until his death,” the newspaper said.
A map shows the various venues for today’s First Night Westport/Weston events. A complete schedule ican be found on the First Night Web site. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Graphic by Lighthouse Maps
The Westport-Weston co-op ice hockey team won the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference (FCIAC) Division 3 Holiday Tournament Saturday, defeating Norwalk/Brien McMahon 4-1 at the Darien Ice Rink. The team is coached by Head Coach Ralph Unker and Assistant Coach Dale Wehmhoff. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Jim Hallock for WestportNow.com