Angela Swift

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GFP Top Stories of the Week: November 21-27, 2016

This week we profiled Angela Swift, a local mom, realtor, triathlete and intrepid volunteer. On Monday we covered the Wetlands Agency’s review of an application for 3 houses to go up Lake Ave where there is but one today. On Tuesday a crowd gathered to brainstorm ideas following their disappointment at Donald Trump’s election as POTUS. Just in time for Thanksgiving the PE teachers at North Mianus School got their heads shaved into mohawks for a good cause. Those stories, and more… Continue Reading →

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Angela Swift: Super Mom, Athlete, Successful Realtor and Intrepid Volunteer

Angela Swift opens up about her abiding love of Greenwich, her family, and plans for a “New Year’s Day Dip” at Tod’s Point for Kids in Crisis. There is no fee to participate, but anyone can buy a t-shirt to support the agency that recently lost its state funding. Continue Reading →

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Time for a Spring Fling to Benefit Kids in Crisis

The Kids in Crisis “The Spirit of the Olympics” fundraiser promises to be a casually elegant evening of exquisite food, live and silent auctions, and exciting entertainment. The fun begins at 6:30 pm. Be the best you can be and support Kids in Crisis as a Champion for Children! No jeans, no ties please. Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: New Year’s Day Plunge for Kids Draws Hundreds to Frigid Sound

Noon on New Year’s Day marked the moment, as hundreds turned out for an icy dip in Long Island Sound. Though this year’s Plunge for Kids was unofficial, news of the event spread successfully through word of mouth. Cars streamed into the parking lot at Greenwich Point around 11:30am, and the “plungers” and spectators, including dozens of dogs, drew into a tighter crowd at the water’s edge. Under clear blue sky, with the air hovering around 30°F, the final minutes were spent on some brisk jumping jacks. The countdown was led by a hardy bunch of Greenwich Academy and Brunswick alumni, and, precisely at noon, the fearless crowd, some wearing hats and sunglasses with their bathing suits, dashed over the sand and charged into the icy waters. Continue Reading →

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