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The installation of Jon Riedeman’s "Owl of Good Fortune" started with the granite base weighing 2,700 lbs!!!

Under that drop cloth is the bronze owl awaiting its perch.
The artist, Jon Riedeman, watches the meticulous art of installing the granite base.

Saturday, September 2, 2023 was a glorious day with a large crowd applauding as Jon Riedeman unveiled his "Owl of Good Fortune."
Left to right - Sculptor Jon Riedeman, NCA Co-President Doreen Kelly, NCA VP Marie Lowe, NCA VP Treasurer Walter Godlewski, NCA Secretary Marie Civco.

"The Owl of Good Fortune"
Perfectly sited on Robertson Plaza, looking out to Haystack, Norfolk’s Owl has a commanding presence.

These adorable and tasty confections were made by NCA’s Marie Lowe and her team of bakers! Over 200 cookies were enjoyed by our audience for the sculpture unveiling. Thank You! ❤️
Over 100 people helped celebrate our rededication of Battell Fountain.

Co-President of the Norfolk Community Association, Barry Webber, was grateful to National Iron Bank for its sponsorship of the rededication event.
Over 100 people attended the Battell Fountain rededication on June 12 where they were entertained by the Salisbury Hot Shot Band.

The beautifully restored fountain took center stage along with fans both human and canine.
”Battell Fountain Is (Nearly) Back” - an article in Norfolk Now. (Published in: “Norfolk Now” October 17, 2021 Issue)

“Norfolk’s iconic Joseph Battell Fountain returning to ‘its beauty and function’" – An article in "The Register Citizen")
"New Gateways Welcome Visitors to Town” – An article in Norfolk Now. Published in: “Norfolk Now” August 6, 2021 Issue (Article by Doreen Kelly.)

Norfolk Community Association 125 Years Old. (Published in: “Norfolk Now” February, 2020 Issue)
Norfolk Community Association Highlighted in Local Magazine (Published in: "Towns & Villages” May, 2020 Issue, Page 8. The Lakeville Journal Company)

April – Norfolk Spring Clean Up Month. Do What You Can, When You Can! Some Recently Found Trash

February, 2020

January, 2020: Happy 2020 from The Norfolk Community Association
Blossoms all summer long are high on the NCA 2020 agenda!

Clean Up Day 2019 Success Story: Saturday April 27, 2019 was a great success. 38 volunteers collected over 100 bags of trash helping Norfolk live up to its reputation as the “Village Beautiful.” A big thank you to all who participated.

To learn more about Norfolk and what’s happening in our village, visit the Norfolk town web site.