The Annual meeting includes an awards ceremony for employees, employers and community partners. Additionally, the Peter Bloomer Citizen award will be awarded to a middle and high school student who demonstrates sensitivity toward people with disabilities through leadership, involvement, and participation in activities that benefit citizens with disabilities. Continue Reading →
First Presbyterian Church of Greenwich hosted its 20th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner for Greenwich senior citizens on Thursday, November 23. A total of 136 guests came to the church for the sit down meal, and 103 meals were delivered to homebound seniors. Continue Reading →
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US Senator Chris Murphy from Connecticut talked about the state of the US democracy and how checks & balances have succeeded and failed in the new Trump administration. He said Trump mistakes military policy for foreign policy and described his approach as dangerously improvisational.
Murphy answered questions about gerrymandering, income disparity, immigration and the minimum wage. Continue Reading →
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Abilis, the non-profit organization that provides services and supports for individuals with special needs and their families, will hold its annual meeting on Wednesday, April 5, 2017, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at First Presbyterian Church, 1 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich. Continue Reading →
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Michael Baker is President and Co-founder of Diligence LLC, a private intelligence and security firm, which is a leading provider of competitive/strategic intelligence, due diligence, litigation support and investigative services to multinationals, financial institutions, law firms, governments and high net wealth individuals around the globe. Continue Reading →
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Many have sat through vacation photos from our friends, squinting to see through darkness, and struggling to see figures that are too far away. David Shafer explain how to take better photographs while regaling attendees with his humor. Continue Reading →
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The world’s economy runs on fossil fuels. Unfortunately the resulting carbon dioxide emissions threaten intolerable changes in our climate.
Jonathan Chanis will discuss that problem and future of fossil fuels, including insights on the pace of conversion to non-fossil fuels, the economic impacts of this conversion which include the displacement of countless employees and commercial assets, technology trends, and the effects on world politics and nations. Continue Reading →