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10/23/11 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Recent Reports

Tesei orders sensitivity training for committee
Greenwich Time
Incumbent Republican First Selectman Peter Tesei during the League of Women Voters of Greenwich debate between the candidates for first selectmen at Greenwich Town Hall, Oct. 5, 2011.
Greenwich Academy soccer blanks Kent
Stamford Advocate
For over 30 minutes in the first half the Greenwich Academy soccer team found itself in a familiar position against visiting Kent. The Gators dominated time of possession and had peppered the Kent net with an array of shots, but had no goals to show ...
Witherell supporters urge BET to make 'moral choice'
Greenwich Post
"We all know Nathaniel Witherell is uniquely one of Greenwich's special facilities and services," First Selectman Peter Tesei said, noting its five-star ranking by Medicare, which is shared by only 12% of nursing homes throughout the country. ...
Roundup: Brunswick water polo picks big road win
Greenwich Time
The Greenwich girls swimming team defeated Glastonbury 103-76 at Glastonbury. The Cardinals picked up several wins including in the medley relay with the team of Christina Frias, Katie Evans, Morgan Karetnick and Porter Carlson winning with a time of ...
GA field hockey coach Angela Tammaro earns career win No. 700
Stamford Advocate
GA Coach Angela Tammaro smiles after a GA goal during field hockey match between Convent of the Sacred Heart and Greenwich Academy at Greenwich Academy, Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011. GA won the match over CSH, 6-1. Coach Tammaro got her 700th career win. ...

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10/23/11 RSVP today for Temple Sholom's Scholar in Residence Weekend with David Keren

Don't Miss Our
Scholar in Residence Weekend
with David Keren!
Friday, Oct. 28th - Sunday, Oct. 30th

This Friday begins our Scholar in Residence weekend with David Keren, leading Israeli scholar and our guide for the upcoming Temple Sholom Mission to Israel this February.

Come join us to hear a uniquely Israeli perspective on the land, its people, and our sacred connection to our Jewish homeland.

David Keren

Friday, October 28th

Shabbat Dinner and Lecture:

One City, Three Faiths:

The Centrality of Jerusalem to Judaism, Christianity and Islam

Services: 6:30pm / Dinner: 7:30pm

$18 per person

Saturday, October 29th

8:30am Saturday morning Torah Study with Rabbi Mitch and David Keren

12:00pm Kiddush Luncheon

Lecture: Can Jerusalem Become a Capital of Two Nations?

Sunday, October 30th

9:30am Informational Session: Mission to Israel - February 9th -19th.

David will be leading a session, as our Misssion tour guide, for all those going on the Temple Sholom mission trip, and for those who are still interested in going - but spaces are going quickly! Don't miss out!

Please consider supporting these programs

with a donation of $360 (Sponsor),

$180 (Patron) or the amount of your choice (Friend)

as part of our Israel Education and Advocacy Programs

at Temple Sholom.

Please RSVP no later than Tuesday, October 25th for these sessions,

by contacting Alice Schoen at

(203) 542-7165, or at alice.schoen@templesholom.com

These programs are part of Temple Sholom's ongoing Israel Education and Advocacy programs.

For more information, or to learn more about upcoming programs, please visit our website at www.templesholom.com.

Temple Sholom
300 East Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
(203) 869-7191

Temple Sholom | 300 East Putnam Avenue | Greenwich | CT | 06830

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10/23/11 Kay And John Terzis Letter About The Board of Education Elections

It was indeed sad and disappointing to read the Greenwich time opinion piece (Oct. 21) written by the former PTA Council presidents wherein they appear to be advocates for the former superintendent of schools instead of being ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN which is what the PTA is supposed to be.
Calling any Board member a dissenter simply because they insist that the superintendent fully inform them of any new program he wants to push through before it is fully laid out, such as the IB program, is NOT advocating for the children. As it turns out, the IB program had no support with teachers and parents.
Trying to ram a new idea through is like Nancy Pelosi insisting on passing Obamacare before we can find out what's in it.
What we need on the Board of Education are eight members with the fortitude to insist on being fully informed of new programs before voting. Then we may be able to avoid disasters like open space classrooms.
We strongly recommend voting for Marianna Ponns Cohen in the coming election and hope the rest of the elected Board follows her example.
Kay & John Terzis
15 Revere Road

10/23/11 Greenwich Resident Linda McMahon: Super Committee Consequences: Our Nation's Security and 40,000 Connecticut Jobs

Good Morning,

In just 30 days, a Super Committee of 12 men and women in Washington are required to produce a plan to cut spending for our country -- the job 535 members of Congress, including members of Connecticut’s delegation, have failed to do for years.

Like you, I know that Washington's runaway spending has led to staggering deficits that will create cascading economic and national security issues. At stake is the security of the American people; and for Connecticut, nearly 40,000 jobs could be on the line.

Please take a moment to read my op-ed in CTNewsJunkie.com. In it, I address the consequences of Congress handing over its responsibilities to the Super Committee, threatening our national security and our already fragile economy.

If you agree that Congress seems more focused on providing political cover for the professional politicians in Washington than for making the difficult decisions needed, then I ask you to forward this email to 10 of your friends and post your thoughts on my Facebook page.



10/23/11 The Greenwich Topix News Message Board - (4 Stories) - Greenwich Food + Wine Festival opens

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Greenwich Food + Wine Festival opens
Greenwich Food + Wine Festival opens (Connecticut Post)
The inaugural Greenwich Food + Wine Festival opened Saturday at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park with dozens of food, wine and spirit experts, barbecue grill masters, celebrity book signings, private-event tents and live performances by musical acts.

Killed Bills (Patch)
Last session, the General Assembly killed two bills, which would have allowed child- and personal-care workers to organize.

Retroweek: A look back on Greenwich news (News Times)
"She had always told us if we ever wanted to make a change or do something we had to stand up for our rights.

Carlson is honorary chair for Abilis walk
Carlson is honorary chair for Abilis walk (The Greenwich Post)
Morning television personality Gretchen Carlson will help lead the sixth annual Walk in the Park for Abilis in support of people with developmental disabilities on Sunday, Oct.

10/23/11 The Greenwich First Selectman Report

Recently Updated Web Pages About Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei
10/22/11 Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei has followed through
These are the realities of four years under Peter Tesei's experience and leadership. Peter has exceeded his campaign promises. His accomplishments during ...

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10/23/11 Coming This Week and more from Greenwich Patch

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October 23, 2011

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October 23, 2011

Coming This Week

Barbara Heins | Oct 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

Town meetings scheduled for the week of Oct. 24, 2011. Information obtained from the Town of Greenwich website, and meetings are held at Town Hall, 101 Field Point Rd., unless otherwise noted.

Coming This Week on GCTV

Leslie Yager | Oct 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

Greenwich Community Television Schedule for Week of Oct. 23 - 29, 2011.

Killed Bills

Cathryn J. Prince | Oct 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

Cats aren't the only things with nine lives.

Killed Bills to What Still Has A Chance

Barbara Heins | Oct 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

From Killed Bills to What' Still Under Consideration.

Protesters 'Occupy' Home of GE CEO

Paul Devlin | Oct 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

Protesters travel to New Canaan send message to GE CEO Jeff Immelt about corporate greed, job cuts.

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October 23, 2011

'No Words' When A Parent Takes Lives of Children

Heather Borden Herve | Oct 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

A Patch columnist and parent shares her reaction to the murder-suicide in Cross River.

10/23/11 Loud Protesters Occupy Quiet New Canaan And More News From The Daily Greenwich

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Loud Protesters Occupy Quiet New Canaan
by Richard Weizel | 10/22/11

NEW CANAAN, Conn. – Daisy Franklin of Norwalk was among the nearly 100 protesters who went to the New Canaan home of General ...

Bride, Groom Jump From Burning Stamford Home
by Anthony Buzzeo | 10/22/11

STAMFORD, Conn. – Stamford Fire & Rescue responded to a two-alarm fire on Newfield Avenue just before 2 a.m. Saturday, the ...

Congressional Hopeful Focuses on Economy
by Casey Donahue | 10/22/11

DARIEN, Conn. – David Orner can't sit back while companies shed jobs and the country's deficit grows. The Darien Republican wants to ...

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Head to New Canaan
by Richard Weizel | 10/21/11

NEW CANAAN, Conn. – The Occupy Wall Street movement is coming to New Canaan on Saturday in the form of a protest outside the home of ...

Mary Ann Brown, Longtime Greenwich Resident
by Anna Helhoski | 10/21/11

GREENWICH, Conn. — Mary Ann Brown, a 70-year resident of Greenwich, died Oct. 17 at Nathaniel Witherell nursing home. She was ...


10/22/11 George Schiele's letter to Editor supporting Marianna Ponns Cohen's candidacy

To the Editor:

Having served on the RTM and other community and volunteer service positions, I have come to hold in special respect those who are willing to endure the slings and arrows that such service usually draws in order to do what is best for our Town.

This is particularly true for the Board of Education, whose members must balance the interests of taxpayers at large, parents and students, the schools bureaucracy, and the powerful professional unions.

Republican incumbent candidate for re-election to the Board this year -- Marianna Ponns Cohen -- has consistently and publicly advocated the policies necessary to ensure that all stakeholders' interests are protected in our public school system.

For example, the Board of Education has in recent years been unable to fill the position of Schools Superintendent successfully. It has taken courage and wisdom for Marianna (with at times the support of only one other Board member) to correct the Board's two most recent mistakes, at what was considerable personal cost to her in time, effort and peace of mind .

Greenwich spends generously to support the best programs and facilities. To ensure we get what we need and pay for, we must have a Board of Education whose members are willing to not just "go along to get along".

Our students, and the Town, need Marianna's continued presence and contributions on the Board. She is a worthy leader, and her re-election must be a community priority.

Please join me in voting to re-elect Marianna Ponns Cohen.

George Schiele


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10/22/11 Check Out The Website of Marianna Ponns Cohen


I attach for your information a link to my website regarding my candidacy for re-election to the Board of Education. http://mariannaboe2011.com/

If you should have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Best regards,

Marianna Ponns Cohen
Member, Greenwich Board of Education

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10/22/11 CT NEWS ALERT: Occupy New Haven To Announce 'Major Game Changers'

Occupy New Haven To Announce 'Major Game Changers'

Occupy New Haven says it plans to announce "major game changers" at 2 p.m. Sunday. Check in with courant.com and ctnow.com for the latest.

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