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The New York Yankees Throw a Curveball to The Prospector Theater and Celebrate HOPE

HOPE Week: The 57 million adults living with some form of disability, eighty percent of whom are unemployed, are the reason the Yankees made their way to Ridgefield today

Meet singer/songwriter Sophia Bristol: talented, seventeen & headed to Nashville

Talented singer/songwriter Sophia Bristol, a Brookfield resident, just graduated from high school and is headed to study music in Nashville this fall. At 17 years old, this up and coming musician has

Congresswoman Esty Praises Regional Hospice and Home Care’s Selection

Congresswoman Esty applauds Regional Hospice on its selection as the only hospice in Connecticut to participate in this critical hospice expansion program
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Pity, handouts & disability are not part of the culture of Ridgefield’s Prospector Theater

We dissect the environmental and cultural factors that have labeled us “disabled” and remove them. Pity, handouts, and disability are far removed from the culture of the Prospector.

Frustration looms for Ridgefielder who is in search of his brother

According to Ken, Bill was involved in the internationally supported anti-poaching efforts in Odzala Kokoua Park, Republic of Congo, through A U.S plane arrived on the African continent and Bill was flying it to Congo to be utilized to cease Elephant poaching.

Connecticut’s First Residential Hospice Facility to Open in Danbury

A 35,000 square foot regional hospice facility that sits on a 6 picturesque wooded acres is presently being built on Ridgebury Road in Danbury. This is Connecticut’s first and only private room, family oriented ‘residential style’ hospice facility.
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Drink Pink & help local charities: DATE CHANGE!

Kristen Jensen’s “Faces of Courage” exhibit, pink cocktails, nibbles, heart warming stories & so much more! Don’t miss the 4th Annual Drink Pink Think Pink to benefit Ann’s Place and Danbury Hospital Breast Cancer Program!

“Drink Pink, Think Pink” and raise funds for cancer charities!

It was four years ago when Kristen Jensen and her amazing portraits of beautiful women, who also happened to have breast cancer, joined forces with Sarah Bouissou from Bernard’s and Kerry Anne Ducey from HamletHub to create an event. For four consecutive years, the “Drink Pink, Think “Pink” event has been a heart-warming way to honor the many faces of courage and raise awareness and funds to fight cancer, a disease that touches everyone…survivors, friends, caregivers and men and women alike.