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Harold Davis

Tree & wreath sale to aid SHS band through 12/23

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The Stamford High School Marching Band’s will be selling trees and wreaths for the holidays through Dec. 23 or until supplies run out at 55 Strawberry Hill Ave. All sizes of trees from table tops on up will be available. Trees will be sold in the back parking lot of Boyle Stadium. Hours of operation […] [Read More]
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Loft Artists holiday show & boutique 12/20-12/21

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The Loft Artists Association at 575 Pacific St. will be hosting  its annual holiday show and boutique on Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Gifts made by local artists will be available for sale with a portion of the proceeds going to Laurel House. For more information, visit www.loftartists.com or call 203-247-2027. [Read More]
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St. Francis Christmas service 12/21

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St. Francis Episcopal Church will hold a candlelight Christmas service at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at 503 Old Long Ridge Road. The program will include carols, classic readings and the Christmas story. Seats are limited. A festive reception will follow in the parish rectory adjacent to the church. For more information, call the church at 203-461-8201. [Read More]
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Stamford fire fighter toy drive, toys still sought

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On Saturday, members of the Stamford Professional Fire Fighters Association (SPFFA) will join Santa to deliver toys to children across Stamford. They will depart from Drill Field at 148 Magee Ave. on an antique fire truck driven by Santa. Toys will be given away to the Franklin Street Shelter, the Salvation Army, the Wilson Food […] [Read More]
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Toys for Tots drop-off locations, donations needed

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The annual Toys for Tots program is once again collecting toys for children this holiday season. Toys are needed for infants through age 12. Toys are especially needed for older children. Toy drop-off locations in Stamford, Greenwich, Darien and New Canaan are listed below. Toy donations should be dropped off before Dec. 18 to allow […] [Read More]
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Stamford Veterans Council reactivated

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The Stamford Veterans Council has recently been reactivated to provide assistance to local veterans and to city and state agencies on matters pertaining to veterans. The American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars,  the Jewish War Veterans, the Catholic War Veterans and the Marine Corps League all attended a recent meeting. The Disabled American Veterans […] [Read More]
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Hospice volunteer training

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Masonicare Home Health and Hospice in Norwalk will be offering a free hospice volunteer training soon. The classes will cover clinical aspects of dying, communication skills, issues of religion and spirituality as well as the grief and bereavement process. Hospice volunteers assist in many ways, including companionship, family support, reiki, song, spiritual support, visiting with […] [Read More]
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Award breakfast raises $375,000 for March of Dimes

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The March of Dimes Connecticut Chapter’s Real Estate Award committee reached its goal of raising $375,000 at the recent 19th annual award breakfast at the Stamford Hilton. Nearly 700 industry professionals attended and helped to honor Stamford Hospital and The Cohen Children’s Institute for its tremendous contributions to Fairfield County communities. The Real Estate Award […] [Read More]
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Toys for Toys donation sites – Complete List

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The annual Toys for Tots program is once again collecting toys for children this holiday season. Toys are needed for infants through age 12. Toys are especially needed for older children. Toy drop-off locations in Stamford, Greenwich, Darien and New Canaan are listed below. Toy donations should be dropped off before Dec. 18 to allow […] [Read More]
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Senior Services of Stamford names seven to board

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Senior Services of Stamford has named seven esteemed community members to its board of trustees. The new board members are current and former corporate and nonprofit leaders committed to helping seniors. The new members are: Jerome Berkman, Kristella Garcia, Robert James, Kari Pollak, Mary Lou Rinaldi, Samuel J. Starks and Patricia Squires. [Read More]
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