A self-proclaimed “people person,” Latanya Watts Joyner enjoys the interaction with her students.
Teams compete to aid students
Teams competed in several categories at Randall’s Restaurant over the weekend to help Westies on Wheels.
The Swan siblings: Barbara and Marcia, with Sy, Jr.
From left, Robert S. Morton, director of West Haven Youth and Family Services, presents a wooden “Community Service Award” plaque to Steven R. Mullins, worshipful master of the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Annawon Lodge 115, and lodge Secretary Frank J. Andrulli III on Jan. 3 at City Hall. The Masons were recognized by Morton on be- half of the West Haven Interagency Network for Children for donating the lodge hall at 263 Center St. for WHINC’s Halloween dance for special-needs children. Morton is the chairman of WHINC.
Dr. Lee honored
Annawon Lodge Worshipful Master Steven R. Mullins presents Dr. Henry C. Lee with the Lodge’s First Responder Lifetime Achievement Award last week. Lee is former Connecticut State Commissioner of Public Safety and founder of the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science at the University of New Haven. Lee is one of two of the Lodge’s the Lifetime Achievement Award recipients. Former Allingtown and City of West Haven Fire Chief and current Sixth District City Councilman Peter Massaro received his honor last November at the Lodge’s First Responder Awards Dinner.
Rossi urges women to get a mammogram
From left, Yale New Ha- ven Hospital mammography technologists Elizabeth So- rensen and Coretha Thomas give Mayor Nancy R. Rossi, Health Department intern Paulina Lopez and Health Director Maureen B. Lillis a tour of the YNHH Mammography Van in the parking lot of City Hall on Nov. 29. Flanking the van’s digital mammography machine, Rossi, a champion of breast cancer awareness, encouraged women 40 and older to get a yearly mammogram, a low-dose X-ray to examine breast tissue and check for breast abnormalities.
Rohna Committee thanks sponsors
During the Dec. 2 tribute to the “Three Buddies” at the West Haven Veterans Museum, a sketch discussing the three men, Pacifico Migliore, Pasquale Longiodice, and John Cox, was performed. Wilson Valois, Austin Greenwood, Dan Gallipoli, Lauren Panza were the actors creating the roles.
9-0 Knights topple trio of rivals
Jaiden Kimro goes to the basket in an earlier game against East Lyme. Kmbro had 18 points, including a pair of three pointers, in a 65-47 win over Cross last week. Notre Dame basketball entered this week with a 9-0 record before playing Hillhouse Tuesday and Hamden Friday.
Fundamental League Wildcats scramble for the ball in last Saturday’s contest with the Gators. The ‘Cats slipped by, 32-6. The winter sports season is in full swing after the holidays, with teams vying for postseason berths.
Green Machine Michael Villa-Gomez grabs control of the ball in last week’s Fundamental League game action at Bailey School’s gym.
Ahson Henderson guards an opponent at Bailey School last week.