Making Bristol Better

Making Bristol Better is a Facebook page formed by The Bristol Early Childhood Alliance. They are committed to ensuring that “Every single child in Bristol is healthy and ready to learn by age five, and achieves developmental and school success by age nine. They encourage all community members to help in these efforts.

“We all will reap benefits when we reach out and help our youngest child”!

The Bristol Early Childhood Alliance shares the mission of The Bristol School Readiness Council.  They are highly committed to the community working through shared committees. 

To get involved you can Laura Watson, BECA coordinator contact  makingbristolbetter@gmail.om

They meet every month on the 3rd Tuesday at the Bristol Public Library 5 High Street  in the Meeting Room  from 10-11 am.

You can find out more info and events on their Facebook page. MAKING BRISTOL BETTER

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DWI Checkpoint On Friday

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CT’s Birth To Three System

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Officials Announce New CTfastrak Details

Originally posted on WTIC FOX CT:
Planners and engineers are hosting a community meeting tonight at Central Connecticut State University to discuss CTfastrak. Specifically, they want to open up a dialogue about schedules and tickets. Using CTfastrak will be similar to using subways and buses in New York City – there will be machines where you…

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