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St Lawrence Club to Host Inauguration Party: Making Cos Cob Fun Again

Come to the St. Lawrence Club in Cos Cob to celebrate the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump. The hosts have lined up a DJ, a prime rib dinner and buffet, dancing and a selection of red, white & blue drinks. Continue Reading →

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St Lawrence Club Presents Scholarship to College-Bound Alexa Guerreri

Alexa Guerrieri received a college scholarship from the St. Lawrence Club. The GHS ’16 graduate is headed to UNH at the end of the month. The club also honored their Columbus Day honoree Sam Romeo and bid bon voyage to 13 members and their families who departed on Saturday for Rose, Italy. Continue Reading →

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Remember Greenwich’s Clam Box Restaurant – Relive the Belly Burster!

Don’t miss the next next St Lawrence Club nostalgia night dinner on July 8! RSVP to (203) 618-9036 for the Clam Box nostalgia dinner, complete with a Belly Burster Menu of New England Clam Chowder, Fried Clams, Fish & Chips, Cole Slaw and an Ice Cream Sundae Bar. The Clam Box, initially a mere shack on Putnam Ave, operated for decades in Greenwich, initially deriving its popularity as a destination for deep fried clams on hot summer nights before the advent of TV and air conditioning. Anna and George Gross started the first Clam Box in Cos Cob in 1939 at the corner of the Putnam Ave and Salem Street. Continue Reading →

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Cos Cob Roots Grow Here: A Visit to the St. Lawrence Club

The office at the St. Lawrence Club was brimming with everything from stacks of paper and boxes to computer monitors and file cabinets on Friday afternoon when club president Tod Laudonia arrived after a day’s work at Town Hall as Tax Collector. But, more than a busy hub for the club’s leadership, the office is also a repository of nearly a century’s worth of the club’s collective memory. Secreted away are photo albums, scrap books and memorabilia tracing the history of St. Lawrence Club, founded  in 1923 by 125 gentlemen from Rose, Italy. Continue Reading →

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