Naugatuck Mayor Bob Mezzo, left, hands Tim Andrew a check for the Robert D. Veillette Special Needs Trust with Bob Veillette at Veillette’s home in Naugatuck June 5. Andrew will be running the Mount Washington Road Race June 16 to raise money for the trust in honor of Gabby Steele, an 11 year old Prospect girl who passed away two months ago. The trust helps pay for Veillette’s care. Veillette suffered a stroke in 2006. To donate, checks for the Robert D. Veillette Special Needs Trust can be sent to attn: Brian DeVito at the Naugatuck Saving Bank, 251 Church St., Naugatuck, CT 06770, with a note in the memo line related to the race.
Rob Nocera, right, won a hole-in-one contest during the Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce and YMCA’s 18th Annual Golf Outing at Oxford Greens in Oxford, April 24. Nocera, of the Waterbury Housing Fund, won a 2005 Dodge Ram RumbleBee Limited Edition. Pictured with Nocera are Keith Sullivan of Zackin Zimyeski Sullivan C.P.A. LLC and Alex Bequary of Webster Bank.
The Special Olympics’ Law Enforcement Torch Run took place last week prior to the Special Olympics Summer Games last weekend. The torch run raises funds and awareness for the Special Olympics.