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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

10/13/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Afternoon Edition

Late goal lifts Pomperaug over Greenwich in field hockey battle
Greenwich Time
Walker banged home the only goal of the game off a crisp crossing pass from Abby Dwyer in the second half as Pomperaug defeated Greenwich 1-0 in an ...
The new gold rush in Greenwich
Connecticut Post
Thomas said his company started coming to Greenwich once a month, then twice a month, to keep up with demand, which he attributed to the recession coupled ...
Local Scouts go the distance to mark trails at Greenwich Point
Greenwich Time
Two local Scouts are blazing a trail at Greenwich Point. Greenwich High School seniors Gina Capoccia and Christian Thalheim recently got permission from the ...

Greenwich boaters get no respect - Lincoln's Log - Connecticut News
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10/13/09 Greenwich BOE Press Release: Marine Bio Club Event

Hi all,
See attached for information on Greenwich High School Marine Biology
Club's Beach Clean Up Day, and more!

What: Beach Clean Up
Who: GHS Marine Biology Club
When: Saturday, October 17, 2009, 11am
Where: Greenwich Point (Tod's Point)

For More Information, Contact:
Jenna Carlson
Marine Biology Teacher

Greenwich High School
10 Hillside Road
Greenwich, CT 06830

E-mail: jenna_carlson@greenwich.k12.ct.us
Phone: 203.625.8000 ext 8203

Marine Biology Club Beach Clean-up
Date: Saturday, October 17, 2009
Location: Greenwich Point (Tod’s Point)
Time: 11 am

The Marine Biology Club at Greenwich High School is a club that consists of 9-12 grade students. The club this year has multiple activities planned. The club will be planning beach clean-ups, a trip to the Maritime Aquarium, and researching more about marine environments and animals. Also this year the club will be competing in the Quahog Bowl. The Quahog Bowl is the Connecticut and Rhode Island event for the National Ocean Sciences Bowl. It is an academic competition for high schools on topics related to the study of the oceans. These are just a few of the many activities planned.

The Beach Cleanup is the first large event for the Marine Biology Club this school year. It was completely organized by students in the marine biology club as a clean-up of the marine environment and a community service event. The marine biology club advertized in all marine biology classes for students to join the event and also made a poster for the Student Center. All Greenwich High School students who volunteer their time will be joining together to clean-up Tod's Point on Saturday. The group will meet near the second concession stand (near the sandy beach) at 11:00 am.

If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact Jenna Carlson at


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10/13/09 Reader Submitted Comments: H1N1 vaccine

Why is this vaccine not available in Greenwich yet?

With all the media hype about people dying from the H1N1 virus, you'd think that all of Greenwich would have been vaccinated by now.
H1N1 is on the news every single day and in all the papers but still no vaccines.
Has one person or child in Greenwich been vaccinated.
What's going on?
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