October 9


The second Tuesday of every month, there will be no speakers or presentations.  The second Tuesday will be devoted to veterans and their suggestions, ideas or anything they want to talk about...…...or just throw the "BULL" and enjoy their fellow veterans and friends.

October 16

Mike Teed, Killingly Business Association


The Killingly Business Association is a merchant group that has been active for 20 years to promote its members through various events, sales, promotions and advertising. It is over 70 members strong who are dedicated to aid in the growth of the town and their businesses with a firm goal of long term economic growth and development of the town of Killingly, mike@blackpondbrews.com

October 23

Putnam Business Association - Sheila Frost


!n 2009, a small group of business owners formed the Putnam Business Association - with the purpose to promote and publicize the business community of Putnam - and businesses or organizations in the area which services the community of Putnam. Today, the PBA boasts of just under 200 business members from various industries, professions and trades.

Incorporated in 1855, the quaint New England town of Putnam, Connecticut is nestled on the banks of the Quinebaug River. Despite a history of setbacks, the town has managed to reinvent itself several times during the 20th Century. In the late '80's, the town became renowned for its extensive Antiques market, even becoming crowned the 'Antiques Capital of the East'. coordinator@putnambusiness.org

In recent years, the town has been re-inventing itself once again with an 'Arts & Al Fresco' motif – and boasts a multitude of Antique Shops and boutiques. Downtown is home to an exciting assortment of restaurants, bars, cafes, art galleries, boutiques, theaters, and more. coordinator@putnambusiness.org

October 30

Amy Patterson Medicare Advisor

Amy will be back to give updates  and changes for 2018 and in particular what plans and changes are good for veterans.