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HAMPTON — Fletcher Memorial Library, 257 Main St., will host the Hampton Hoot, an old fashioned sing-along and playing of folk songs and tuneful favorites from the 1950s and 1960s, led by Jamie Boss.

Singers of all abilities are welcome and instrumentalists may join. The Hampton Hoot will be the second Wednesday of each month from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. To attend, RSVP with the library by calling 860-455-0175or emailing Jamie@hotstringsguitar.com or fletchermemoriallibrary@gmail.com.

Quiet Corner Camera Club

MANSFIELD —The Quiet Corner Camera Club meets the first and third Tuesday of the month at the Mansfield Library, 54 Warrenville Road. It is open to anyone with an interest in photography. For more information about the club or the show, contact Sue at 860-456-4906.

Grandparents Support Group

WILLIMANTIC — Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group, held at First Congregational Church, 199 Valley St., meets the fourth Wednesday of the month, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Call 860-423-6827 for details.

Willimantic American Job Center

WILLIMANTIC — The Willimantic American Job Center, 1320 Main St., holds employment workshops for area residents. Visit CTHires.com or call 860-450-7603 for details.

Windham Area Hour Exchange

WINDHAM — In October 2012, the Access Community Action Agency launched the Windham Area Hour Exchange, a time bank of individuals, businesses, and organizations focused on improving conditions for low-income community members. There are currently more than 200 members in the Hour Exchange who have exchanged over 3,000 hours of services.

For more information about the Windham Area Hour Exchange, contact Eva Csejtey, Access Director of Volunteer Engagement at 860-450-7400, ext. 7458, volunteer@accessagency.org, or visit

Video Production Training

WINDHAM — Northeastern CT Community Access TV is now taking applications for our Free Public Access Internship program at our Studio at 207 Tuckie Road. Interns get hands on experience in all aspects of video production. We cover community events and public affairs shows for airing on Charter channel 192, Frontier channel 99, and on Interns have the opportunity to use their new skills to produce their your own Public Access Television Programs.

Internships are non-paid and are open on a first come, first serve basis to residents in our studio's service area. Interns must reside in one of the following towns to be eligible for internship: Ashford, Brooklyn, Chaplin, Coventry, Canterbury, Columbia, Eastford, Hampton, Lebanon, Mansfield, Pomfret, Scotland, Thompson, Windham, Woodstock, and Willington.

Visit our website at or call the Community Access TV studio line at 860-456-8500 for an internship application and more information.

Coventry Scholarship Foundation

COVENTRY — Over the past 25 years, the Coventry Scholarship Foundation Dollars for Scholars has distributed over $734,000 to Coventry students who have pursued post-secondary education. The total number of 1505 students have been awarded scholarships over that time period. Because of the Dollars for Scholars affiliation, many of the scholarship awards have been matched by the accepting college. Also, each year book awards have been distributed to any former recipient who is entering their senior year of college. The Scholarship Foundation coordinates most of the local civic awards as well as honoring 46 past residents with memorial scholarships in their name.

No student who has completed a scholarship application has been turned down. All high school seniors who reside in Coventry, regardless of what high school they attend, are eligible to apply.

The main source of funding for scholarships comes from the annual phonathon that takes places in March. Other sources of funding comes from donations for memorial scholarships, book recycling at the Second Congregation Church, sales of named bricks for the high school walkway, and collection of pennies for education at the grammar school. The Foundation appreciates the overwhelming generosity of Coventry residents over the past 25 years. New volunteers and residents interested in serving on the CSF board are welcome. Mail contributions to the Scholarship Foundation, 78 Ripley Hill Road, Coventry, CT 06238. To create a memorial scholarship, contact Lynn at 860-742-6988.

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