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Sunday, March 29, 2009

03/29/09 PRESS RELEASE: Greenwich Socccer Player Are Invited To Attend The Colorado Showcase (College)

Registration is open now for the 2009 Colorado Showcase for U15-U17 Boys and Girls, taking place over Memorial Day Weekend, 2009, in Denver, CO. This is the 8th year for this event which has grown every year.

Last year 142 teams played from 13 states. Over 150 college coaches from all levels and all over the nation came to observe soccer at its highest competition. Brackets include State Cup/ODP, Platinum and Premiere.

All games will be played at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, home of the Colorado Rapids MLS Team, the largest professional soccer complex in the world, on 22 grass and 2 turf fields.

All registrations are $850 and include 15 complimentary tickets to the CO Rapids game to be played during the tournament. Extra tickets are available at a discounted price.

Three game guarantee.

All games are exhibition-style.

Play begins at 4 pm on Friday, May 22 and ends on Monday, May 25. Stay-to-play: reservations must be made through Anthony Travel.

Beautiful time of year in Colorado for soccer and vacation! CO Showcase is hosted by Real Colorado the same weekend as the 2009 Real CO Cup, competitive tournament for U10-U18 boys and girls.

There is truly soccer for everyone in Colorado over Memorial Day 2009!! Website: http://www.lijsl.com/12all/lt/t_go.php?i=2038&e=MzUwNTMw&l=-http--www.coloradoshowcase.org/ For more information, contact Cindy Thomas at cindyt@realcolorado.net.


03/29/09 Hey, Hey !!!, Ho, Ho !!! John Bowman Says Byram Neighborhood Association President Michael Bocchino Has To Go

Greenwich Time Rookie Reporter Meredith Blake Article Wont Tell You All The Facts About The $350,000 Byram Pocket Park

Conflict Of Interest? : The Board of Estimate and Taxation Appropriated $350,000 For The Proposed Pocket Park.

A house directly across the street from the proposed park is owned by Stephen Walko, chairman of the Board of Estimate and Taxation.

The Protesters Say:

Byram Neighborhood Association President Michael Bocchino has refused to put the pocket park on the agenda, because he is afraid it will be voted down.

The Expensive Pocket Park would lead to the elimination of parking spaces that Byram businesses and neighborhood residents heavily rely on.

The people who support this don't live here and don't work here.

The Proposed Park creates a public safety issue: Greenwich Police Chief David Ridberg Has Been Unable To Suppress Crime On South Water. The pocket park will likely make the job of Greenwich police officers harder, because it will attract drug sellers and will probably covered with gang graffiti tags overnight.

The Town Of Greenwich already has budgeted $350,000 for the proposed park: Byram residents and merchants would rather the money go for community policing that would make the village save Again.


By Meredith Blake
STAFF WRITER

.....Carrying signs that said "Say No To the Park," "Use Our Tax Dollars Wisely," and "Sidewalks, Not Boardwalks," protesters were hoping their message -- about the problems they have with the proposed pocket park in Byram -- is heard by the Byram Neighborhood Association and other town leaders, according to organizer John Bowman, a Byram resident and a member of BNA.....

....Linda Gionfreddo, a 25-year resident of Byram, said she Linda Gionfreddo, a 25-year resident of Byram, said she......

Rookie Greenwich Time Reporter Merideth Blake
Only Briefly Touches On The Byram Crime Problem
The Out Of Control Byram Crime Problem
Is Destroying The Fabric Of The Community.

.....This is a proposal that some residents have been fighting since it was first proposed in 2007, according to Dominick Genovese, 51, who lives on Mead Avenue. He circulated a petition which got 150 signatures.

"I think this is going to cause a lot of problems in this area," he said.

He said there have been a slew of car break-ins along South Water Street and problems with teens loitering in the area that may only become worse with a new park. .....

Byram Neighborhood Association President Michael Bocchino Should Put Byram First.

Bocchino should stop refuseing to put thepark on the Byram Neighborhood Association agenda.

If Town Hall Boy Michael Bocchino's Park Gets Voted Down.
Then The Park Gets Voted Down.

Let's Spend The $350,000 On Additional Police Protection That Will Help Solve The Out Of Control Byram Crime Problem

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03/29/09 PRESS RELEASE: ROCKIN' WATER on NBC Nightly News-Monday, March 30, 6:30 pm

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NEWS BULLETIN
Amy Guerrieri and ROCKIN' WATER™ to be featured on
NBC NIGHTLY NEWS WITH BRIAN WILLIAMS
6:30 p.m., Monday, March 3

Old Greenwich's own Amy Guerrieri, owner of ROCKIN' WATER, rocked the Appalachian area of Kentucky this past week with 11 pallets (a semi-tractor trailer truck full) of donated items such as water, school supplies, clothing, diapers, formula, toys, books, and personal care products, collected through the generosity of schools, families and businesses from the community and beyond.

NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams followed this effort from Connecticut to Kentucky and will feature the story on Monday, March 30, 2009, at 6:30 p.m. (ET). The segment will most likely be on the second-half of the show, after 6:45 p.m., barring any breaking news. The show airs on Channel 4 in the New York City metropolitan area. If the segment doesn't air on Monday, it will air Tuesday.

Amy, along with Katrina Bischoff, Allison Cohen and Jenifer Howard, traveled to Martin County, Kentucky, one of the most poverty-stricken areas of the United States. Partnering with CAP - the Christian Appalachian Project, the group was able to hit the ground running - driving more than 875 miles in 2-1/2 days, visiting 12 locations that served children and families, including schools, daycare facilities, after school programs, churches, food pantries, health clinics and the only dentist serving the county for many years. In addition, the group met with and supported two families - both headed by single parent Moms who had four children each, bringing them much needed items used for day-to-day living and survival.

A special THANK YOU to everyone who participated
in this amazing outpouring of support!

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