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Cos Cob’s Annie Trotta to be featured on TV

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This news just in from Cos Cob resident Frank Trotta that his daughter, Annie Trotta, a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame Alliance of Catholic Education program in Washington, D.C. is to be featured on the EWTN-TV evening news at 6 p.m,  either this evening, Oct 2, or tomorrow evening, Oct. 3. In Greenwich the program would […] [Read More]
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Greenwch non-profit Mothers for Others benefit raises record funds

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For three years Greenwich’s Karen Giannuzzi, as founder of the nonprofit Mothers for Others (MFO) and her dedicated volunteer moms have been collecting, sorting, and distributing gently used baby equipment, toys, books and children’s clothing to needy families in the Greenwich community. The recipient families (clients) are identified by local social service agencies – including […] [Read More]
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Keeping up with the gallivanting Greenwich Red Man

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Receiving these images from across the world brings a refreshing thought of how this red painted exuberant figure is taking the viewer to all sorts of places he or she would like to go. These Red Men make it look so easy – no baggage – just fancy free adventuring. The thought comes whether this […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Health workers, left to right, Kristin Donlin, Peter Dombrowski, Victoria Quatrone and Deb Travers, were part of a team handing out pins at Greenwich Town Hall, in support of American Heart Association's effort to fight heart disease.  Photo by Bob Luckey.

Book 4 nights for a healthy heart at Greenwich Town Hall

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Your town cares about your heart! So, take advantage of four free how-to-have-a-healthy heart classes with expert Nancy M. Ryan on Tuesday nights, from 6:30 — 8:30 p.m., to walk you through the risk factors — value of exercise – your medications – how they work — life style modification — and methods to reduce cholesterol. […] [Read More]
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Greenwich resident, Jim Himes, U.S. Rep. for Connecticut's 4th congressional district, speaks during the Fifth Street Management ceremony commemorating the formal opening of their new office building at 777 West Putnam Avenue on Sept. 3. Photo by Bob Luckey.

CT Congressional candidates Himes and Debicella to debate foreign policy

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Greenwich’s Kay Maxwell, who directs the Stamford-based World Affairs Forum has her group hosting a foreign policy issues debate between Congressman Jim Himes (D) and Dan Debicella (R), candidates for the 4th Congressional District seat. The debate is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 20, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at UCONN/Stamford’s Gen Re Auditorium. The event […] [Read More]
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Nobel Laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel speaks to students at Brunswick School. Photo by Kerry Sherk.

Greenwich’s Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel turns 86 today

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Today, is the birthday of one of Greenwich’s distinguished citizens, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Elie Wiesel. He turns 86 today. His Greenwich neighbor, Cecilia Attias, the former First Lady of France, now married to Richard Attias, has reported that it was Elie Wiesel and his wife Marion who urged them to move to Greenwich. Years […] [Read More]
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Teddy bears, toys get top-notch treatment at Greenwich Hospital

Greenwich Hospital to hold free teddy bear clinic

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Greenwich Hospital will hold its annual, free Teddy Bear Clinic on Oct. 5 from 12 to 3 p.m. for kids 3- to 12-years-old accompanied by an adult. Chilren are invited to bring their favorite stuffed toy or doll for evaluation and treatment by more than 20 specialty tables manned by hospital staff. The family event […] [Read More]
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The Greenwich High School 60th reunion is coming up on Saturday, Oct. 18 at the  Milbrook Club. ,First row: Theresa (Tiska) Juan, Martha (Atherlay) Awdziewicz, Alice(Gibson) Mascaro, Gail (Pedersen) Telerico, Kay (Repaci) Benvenuto
Back row: Allan Mascaro, Joan (Pitman) Taylor, John Usowski, Per Thompsen, Sam Telerico
Missing from photo: Dorothy Haas and Sue (Turtle) Millard. Photo by Christopher Semmes.

Greenwich High School 60th reunion slated for Oct. 18

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The Greenwich High School 60th reunion is coming up on Saturday, Oct. 18 at the Milbrook Club, 61 Woodside Drive, at 6 o’clock sharp. Any information on classmates and/or their addresses should please contact Martha Awdziewicz, Putnam Park, No. 51, Greenwich, CT 06831, or call Sam Telerico at 203-637-8898. [Read More]
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Some seen and unseen wonders of Greenwich’s Indian Summer Weekend

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The Hawks were flying over Quaker Ridge in the warm air at the annual Hawk Watch Festival in backcountry as were the giant balloons over the Greenwich Polo Field at Greenwich Land Trust’s Go Wild. And the ponies were being put through their motions by their young riders at the GRTA Horse show on the […] [Read More]
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The annual Greenwich Crop Hunger Walk, which raises funds to combat hunger around the world, will take place on Sunday, April 22 at 2 p.m. Greenwich CROP Hunger walkers take part in last year's walk.

Two-mile Greenwich CROP Hunger Walk to raise funds for hungry and N2N

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On Sunday afternoon, Oct. 5, Greenwich will host the 7th annual CROP Hunger Walk down Greenwich Avenue and up Mason Street to end at Christ Church Greenwich. Registration starts at 1:30 p.m. at Second Congregational Church for the 2 p.m.walk. A portion of proceeds raised will benefit Neighbor to Neighbor. You can also donate online to www.hunger.cwsglobal.org. A little […] [Read More]
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