Old Greenwich School’s “Sailing On Ceremony” Fetes the Class of 2018 on the School’s Grand Front Steps

The 5th grade “Sailing On” Ceremony at Old Greenwich School featured remarks by GHS seniors who had previously attended the school. Oliver Fulton credited Frank Gasparino for his influence.
“It’s important to be able to know who you are and be yourself rather than try to fit in. This is something Mr. G always took into account. If I learned anything from Mr. G it’s be who you want to be, because that’s all that matters,” Oliver said. Continue Reading →

Humane Society: Death of Cat in Body Trap is Reminder Animal Trapping is Cruel and Ineffective

“Far too often, individuals have a knee-jerk reaction, often fear-fueled, to the mere presence of wildlife and respond irrationally, using ineffective, lethal methods—including the use of leg-hold and body-crushing traps. These cruel methods are not effective in the long term, and simply creating a cycle of killing and needless suffering.” Annie Hornish, CT Senior State Director, State Affairs for Human Society of the US Continue Reading →