Junior Women’s Club holds town-wide spelling bee

Fairfield Junior Women’s Club will hold their 34th annual Town Wide Spelling Bee for 5th grade students on Monday, May 23, at 7 p.m., in the auditorium at Roger Ludlowe Middle School, Unquowa Road in Fairfield with 35 of the town’s best spellers. The JWC is looking for photographers for the event.

This year’s judges include Helene Murtha, head of Children’s Services, Fairfield Public Library; Andrea Canuel, assistant director Volunteer Programs & Service Learning, Sacred Heart University and John Kovach, editorial director HAN Network, formerly Hersam Acorn Newspapers.

Last year’s spelling bee included 34 students. The competition had eight rounds of spelling bee words for the first, second and third place winners.

About the Junior Women’s Club

Open to women in Fairfield and nearby towns, the JWC is a non-profit service organization that gives members the chance to make new friends while giving back to the greater community through social and personal enrichment programs, fundraisers, and local events, such as Touch-a-Truck, A Visit to Santa’s House and the Town-wide Spelling Bee. To learn more about the club and upcoming projects, visit jwcfairfield.com.

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