Remy Cook hosted his second annual golf tournament at The Griff, raising funds for the Breast Cancer Alliance.
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The party just keeps growing. Working alongside his mother, Remy Cook, of “Party With Moms,” has parlayed a single T-Shirt into a burgeoning business and heavily trafficked website.
Secrets from the founders of Zaniac Greenwich, master multi-taskers have found a way to be professionally satisfied without sacrificing family time. Remy Cook of Part With Moms Interview with Camila Gazal and Flavia Naslausky.
“The Republican short-sighted “pay as you go” strategy has left a staggering backlog of building projects, including those for our schools, pedestrian safety, and fire response times. Through their delay, the Republican majority on the BET has added tens of millions of dollars to the constructions costs of these projects.” – Sherry Wernicke
In their email newsletter, The Voting Moms sought out to present a fair and balanced assessment of local issues for their friends and neighbors. Their distribution has grown. And grown.
Temple Sholom held its annual Party Planning Showcase on Sunday. The free event was a great way for people planning events to meet DJ’s, photographers, florists and caterers.
Get your party started with fresh ideas and creative inspiration at Temple Sholom’s 2016 Party Planning Showcase. Free and open to the public, the event features 40 local vendors who specialize in photography, entertainment, catering, decor and floral arrangements and much more.New this year: Most bar/bat mitzvah students are required to pick a Mitzvah (good deed) project as part of their preparations. Knowing that it can be challenging for bar/bat mitzvah students to choose a community service project, Temple Sholom has added a “Mitzvah Project Fair” component to its showcase. Representatives from different organizations will be on hand to discuss tikkun olam (social action) opportunities both locally and abroad.
The kick-off party for Greenwich Restaurant Week, which runs through Nov. 18, drew a crowd to Miller Motorcars on Wednesday night. The event benefited Transportation Association of Greenwich (TAG) and Safe Rides. Guests mingled and enjoyed delicious food and drinks from local restaurants and stores.
Remy Cook of Party With Moms shares an interesting interview with Tamara Houston, wife of NY Knicks legend Allan Houston. The family of nine lives in Greenwich.
The goal of Quad Jobs is to digitize good old-fashioned word of mouth, rewarding scrappy students for their initiative and filling employers’ needs. In the process, students build a work history and employers pay it forward.