STAMFORD, Conn. -- The ROSCCO Stamford School Community Center Organization is celebrating 40 years of providing safe, structured, quality programs for Stamford families and their children, with its annual show on Friday.
“ROSCCO is a shining example of why Stamford is a great place to live. Congratulations to ROSCCO on its long tradition of providing outstanding programming for Stamford kids and families,” said Stamford Mayor David Martin.
On April 17, ROSCCO will present its annual show in the Rippowam Middle School auditorium, located at 381 High Ridge Road in Stamford.
The show features more than 200 ROSCCO children from every school performing the original production "With My Own Two Hands."
The evening’s events will honor Lois B. Mattaboni, Douglas Taylor and Elizabeth Murray, the recent presidents of the ROSCCO Board of Directors. The show also features a fundraising raffle.
ROSCCO has a strong reputation in the Stamford Public Schools community as an outstanding provider of school-based before- and after-school programs that are affordable and available to all.
It strives to work in collaboration and partnership with the Stamford Public Schools and community agencies to provide school-based direct service, recreational, educational, enrichment and cultural activities to 2,000 Stamford families each year.
For tickets to the show, contact executive director Christina Ramoglou at 203-609-9027.
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