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  1. Shelton Woman Honored For Advocacy Work For Safe Kids

    Shelton Woman Honored For Advocacy Work For Safe Kids

    SHELTON, Conn. -- Safe Kids Connecticut has named Shelton resident Cathi Kellet its Advocate of the Year.The award recognizes Safe Kids coordinators who have gone above and beyond to promote Safe Kids Connecticut’s Initiatives.Kellett coordinates Safe Kids Greater Naugatuck Valley and is special programs coordinator for Griffin Hospital’s Community Outreach Program. Safe Kids Worldwide ...

  2. Greens Farms Academy Arts Chair Turns Bandleader For Southport Concert

    Greens Farms Academy Arts Chair Turns Bandleader For Southport Concert

    SOUTHPORT, Conn. -- Pequot Library in Southport will present a Holiday Jazz concert, "A Winter Wonderland," featuring Emmy-winning composer Rex Cadwallader, on Sunday, Dec. 18. Attendees will be treated to an afternoon of jazzy, holiday-season music presented by Cadwallader and noted Connecticut jazz musicians Steve Moran on saxophone and flute and bassist Mike Asetta.The ...

  3. Bridgeport Diocesan Youth 'Arise And Shine' For Holiday Concert

    Bridgeport Diocesan Youth 'Arise And Shine' For Holiday Concert

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. --The  Diocesan Youth Choir will perform its annual Christmas Concert, "Arise and Shine," on Sunday, Dec. 18, at the Klein Memorial Auditorium in Bridgeport. Under the direction of Mary Bozzuti Higgins of Wilton, the 75-member choir will present a joyous program of Christmas songs and chants from different ages and cultures.The choir will reprise some of last ...

  4. HCC Student From Shelton Shines In State Coding Competition

    HCC Student From Shelton Shines In State Coding Competition

    SHELTON, Conn. — Mahdi Saeikhalili, an international Housatonic Community College student and Shelton resident, recently won second place in the finals of the Connecticut Skills Challenge, which was organized by the Connecticut Technology Council. The challenge is a coding and engineering contest for the state’s top student coders. The event was held Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Yale School ...

  5. Bridgeport Firefighters Wear Pink For Breast Cancer Research

    Bridgeport Firefighters Wear Pink For Breast Cancer Research

    BRIDGEPORT,  Conn. -- Bridgeport Firefighters have made a major donation to the Norma Pfriem Breast Care Center at Bridgeport Hospital to support breast cancer research and prevention, Bridgeport Fire Chief Richard Thode announced. The donation of $6,363 was presented to officials with the Norma Pfriem Center at a recent event at Bridgeport Fire Engine/Ladder 10. Firefighters at ...

  6. Westport Violist Headlines String Ensemble's Holiday Concert

    Westport Violist Headlines String Ensemble's Holiday Concert

    WESTPORT, Conn. — The Pizzazz Strings Ensemble, featuring Westport violist Sarah Smale, will perform a holiday concert Sunday in the Westport Library's McManus Room. The ensemble will perform holiday selections that include Baroque master Vivaldi, Strauss waltzes and jazzy and pop Christmas and Hanukkah favorites. The program is free and open to the public.In addition to Smale, the ...

  7. Alumni Hall Of Fame Gala In Bridgeport Raises $20K For HCC Scholarships

    Alumni Hall Of Fame Gala In Bridgeport Raises $20K For HCC Scholarships

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. --  The Housatonic Community College Foundation hosted its Eighth Annual Alumni Hall Of Fame Gala recently at the campus Event Center. The event, which featured keynote speakers Sonia Manzano and Peter Werth III, raised more than $20,000 in support of scholarships for needy students.With a theme of "Stay Close. Go Far," the evening was dedicated to ...

  8. Art Meets Crime In Lecture At Bridgeport's Housatonic Museum Of Art

    Art Meets Crime In Lecture At Bridgeport's Housatonic Museum Of Art

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- The Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport will present a lecture with Richard Vine, the managing editor of Art in America, on Tuesday, Nov. 29.The lecture, titled “Art, Crime and SoHo Sins,” will highlight Vine's debut novel "SoHo Sins" followed by a book signing and reception with the author. The lecture relates to the museum’s latest exhibition, ...

  9. Bring On Winter With A Blast At Greenwich Reindeer Festival

    Bring On Winter With A Blast At Greenwich Reindeer Festival

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The eighth annual Greenwich Reindeer Festival & Santa's Village will be held from Friday, Nov. 25, to Saturday, Dec. 24, at its new home, “the North Pole on North Street,” Sam Bridge Nursery & Greenhouses in Greenwich.The cherished town tradition continues at this nursery where visitors can have their photo taken with Santa, meet live reindeer and ride on the ...

  10. Bridgeport Gala Benefits High Achieving, Low-Income Students

    Bridgeport Gala Benefits High Achieving, Low-Income Students

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- The  Housatonic Community College Foundation's Eighth Annual Alumni Hall of Fame Gala will be held Saturday on campus in Bridgeport. The gala is the Foundation’s primary fundraiser, raising support for a scholarship program for high-achieving, low-income students who are creating a path to successful careers. The program awards approximately $200,000 to students ...

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