Molly Spaeth’s interest in community service started with a penny drive for relief to Haiti after the earthquake in 2010. At the time Molly, a member of Greenwich High School’s class of 2018, was just a fourth grader at Julian Curtiss School. The way she tells it, she surprised even herself when the drive raised $32,000, which was then funneled through the Red Cross to provide much needed assistance. “I said, ‘What if I could get my friends at North Street School to do it?’
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Romano Orlando and Greg Goldstein, members of the GHS class of 2018, have grown the Youth Equipment Sharing Club to 25 members. The group seek donations of children’s sporting equipment. The collection drive runs Monday, January 30 through Monday, February 13, with collection bins at all 3 middle schools, GHS and the YWCA Greenwich. Continue Reading →
Daisy Bongiomi was charged with Tampering with a Witness in Greenwich Police case #1823, the same case involving Robert Wolterstorff. According to GPD, Bongiomi blamed her victim for the incarceration of the suspect. Continue Reading →
“Dita Bhargava is an excellent choice to serve as state party vice chairwoman,” said U.S. Rep. Jim Himes. “I have gotten to know her as a community leader in Greenwich, and I can tell you from experience that she has the leadership skills to be highly effective in her new role. With Donald Trump preparing to take the oath of office, we need Democrats who will hold him – and the Republicans supporting his agenda – accountable. Dita will do just that.” Continue Reading →