Bea Crumbine

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7th Annual David N. Theis Award for Outstanding Community Service Presented to Larry Simon

Bea and Peter Crumbine spoke of Mr. Simon’s selflessness, partnership, and friendship. They also praised his commitment to Greenwich, noting that in addition to his work with previously mentioned organizations, he also played significant roles with the Greenwich Land Trust, the League of Women Voters, the United Way and the Bruce Museum. He is currently the chair of the board of the directors of The Nathaniel Witherell. Continue Reading →

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Bea and Peter Crumbine Highlight the Fifth Annual Theis Award on Oct 3

he Glenville Volunteer Fire Company will mark its five-year anniversary of presenting the David N. Theis Award for Outstanding Service to the Community, by honoring Greenwich civic leaders and volunteers, Bea and Peter Crumbine. Continue Reading →

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Tons of Greenwich History Salvaged and Showcased in Cos Cob

In 2016, Parks & Rec board member Frank DiVincenzo, along with Bea Crumbine and then Parks & Rec chair Nancy Caplan, who has since passed, spearheaded an effort to save the marble monoliths at the historic O’Neil ampitheater from a grim fate: the gravel pits. Continue Reading →

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Celebrating Cinco de Mayo at St. Lawrence Club’s Fonda La Paloma Nostalgia Dinner

The Nostalgia Night Dinner Series at the St. Lawrence Club in Cos Cob continued on Friday. Timed to coincide with Cinco de Mayo, the Remember Fonda La Paloma night featured an authentic Mexican meal reminiscent of the fare served for decades at Fonda La Paloma in Cos Cob, now home to Little Pub. Guests enjoyed ceviche, carnitas, fajitas, and Mexican beer. After dinner, the party continued with Karaoke Master, Mike Lehman. Continue Reading →

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Independence Day Ceremony in Greenwich Sparkles at Town Hall on 4th of July

Bea Crumbine explained that an event like Monday’s Independence Day ceremony at Greenwich Town Hall required the work of friends, volunteers and organizations who aim to make the 4th of July meaningful for the children of Greenwich. This year the Master of ceremonies was Ed Dadakis, who was introduced by Bea Crumbine. Mr. Dadakis has donated over 1,000 American flags for the event over the past few years, and everyone was encouraged to wave them whenever the mood struck. Continue Reading →

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