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Thursday, November 17, 2011

11/17/11 Shinui HaShem - Name Changing Ceremony in support of Nicki Markley

Shinui HaShem

Name Changing Ceremony in support of Nicki Markley

November 17, 2011

Dear Friends:

I am writing to ask for your prayers in support of a cherished member of our congregational family.

An ancient Jewish custom is to change a person's Hebrew name when they are confronted by a serious health challenge. As many in our community are aware, Nicki Markley was involved in a terrible car accident. During this week's Sunday morning Minyan (8:30 AM - 9:15 AM) we will observe the custom of Shinui HaShem and offer special prayers of healing on her behalf.

Nicki's family invites you to join us as able, and if you are not able to attend, we ask that you please offer privately your own prayers.

Due to her medical challenges, Nicki's family requests that there be no visitors at this time, and that communications take place with cards only. Additionally, any inquiries may be made with me directly, and I will facilitate with the family as they request.

Thank you for your support as we pray that Nicki will be restored to renewed health and vigor, and that God will grant her both physical and spiritual healing.

With blessings for a Refuah Shleimah,

Rabbi Mitch

Rabbi Mitchell M. Hurvitz
Temple Sholom
300 E. Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Direct Line: (203) 542-7150
Emergencies: (203) 869-7191 x 3

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11/17/11 The Raw Greenwich News Feed

News Reports About Greenwich, CT
Greenwich Library releases results of community survey
Greenwich Time
Carol Mahoney, director of Greenwich Library, stands on the stairway above the computer section of the library, May 17, 2011. The general reference area of Greenwich Library, May 17, 2011. The book is not dead yet, at least according to a survey ...
Greenwich swimmers set records en route to LL title
Danbury News Times
NEW HAVEN -- After a frustrating showing at the FCIAC championship meet, the Greenwich girls swimming team came out on fire at the Class LL championships at Southern Connecticut State University, setting either Class LL or state records in several ...
7 Luxury Greenwich Home Short Sales
ABC News
By SUSANNA KIM (@skimm ) If one person's misfortune is another's gain, then there may be a lot of fortunes to be made in the real estate market in tony Greenwich, Conn. Home to wealthy individuals in New York City's finance sector, various properties ...

ABC News
Entrepreneur likes her chances in Greenwich
Ct Post
Wendy DeFeudis, owner of Very Wendy Designs, who recently moved her one-person design shop from NYC to Cos Cob. She is in her studio/apartment Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011. ...
In This Week's Greenwich Post
Greenwich Post
The Greenwich Post came out today. Have you seen what's inside? Here are a few of the news items and features in this week's issue. The Post is available on newsstands today and by mail to subscribers. • Who performs with no excuses and regardless of ...
Whitby appoints new head of school
Greenwich Time
Bryan Nixon, a native of Northern Ireland who currently serves as director of the Bavarian International School in Germany, will take over for the retiring Doug Fainelli as the head of Whitby School in Greenwich ...
Greenwich Academy, Sacred Heart set to duel in NEPSAC volleyball semifinals
Greenwich Time
After recording impressive quarterfinal round victories, neighborhood rivals Greenwich Academy and Convent of the Sacred Heart will travel to Berkshire, Mass., to play each other in the semifinals of the NEPSAC Class B volleyball tournament Saturday. ...

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11/17/11 CT News Alert: Obama Declares Connecticut As A Major Disaster Area

Obama Declares Connecticut As A Major Disaster Area

President Obama declared Thursday that Connecticut suffered a "major disaster" in the pre-Halloween storm - a designation that makes reimbursement easier for cities and towns.

11/17/11 Temple Sholom Of Greenwich Weekly E-Bulletin

Temple Sholom E-Bulletin November 17th, 2011
Temple Sholom Sancuary

This Week 2

Friday, November 18th

Sisterhood Neshama Yoga 9:15am

Shabbat on the Road in Rye Brook

Services 6:30pm

Light Dinner 7:30pm

*Shabbat services will also take place

at Temple Sholom at 6:30pm.

Saturday, November 19th

Saturday Morning Torah Study with

Rav David

Meets in the Temple Library 8:30am - 9:30am

Rak Shabbat 10:30am

Young Children's Family Service 11:00am

Sunday, November 20th

Film Screening "The Matchmaker" 5:00pm

Tickets are $10 at the door

Tuesday, November 22nd

Lunch 'n' Learn with Rabbi's Panel at Congregation Agudath Sholom 12:00pm

USY Teen Thanksgiving Cooking 6:00pm

Wednesday, November 23rd

Hebrew for Beginners with Ezra Konigsberg 10:00am

Thursday, November 24th

Temple Sholom Offices are closed for Thanksgiving

Friday, November 25th

Temple Sholom Offices are closed

Sunday, December 18th 4:00pm - at Temple Sholom:

Presented by the Norman M. Morris Foundation

Don't Miss Out!


Tickets go on sale Monday, November 21st at 9:00am!

Go to www.templesholom.com on Monday morning for the link to purchase tickets. For more information, call (203) 869-7191.

Click here and watch the Fountainheads sing their hit "Dip Your Apple"

Dip Your Apple - Fountainheads Rosh Hashanah
Dip Your Apple - Fountainheads Rosh Hashanah

Candle Lighting

Friday, November 18th


Temple Sholom's
Worship Schedule

Friday, November 18th

Saturday, November 19th

Torah Study: 8:30am - 9:30am
Shabbat worship at 9:30am

Sunday, November 20th
8:30 - 9:15am

Temple Sholom

Simcha Corner

jewish star image

Mazel Tov to:

Randi and Steven Leder on the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Mindy.

Check out Sisterhood's Upcoming Programs!

Neshama Yoga continues on Friday, November 18th. Cost for the six-week program is $122.31. Each session will link mind, body, and Torah with a different focus on elements of Jewish spirituality. For more information, or to register, please download the registration form and contact information here.

Sisterhood's Book Clubbook sellers sonnet

Tuesday, December 6th, 7:00pm

Sisterhood's monthly book club will continue with The Bookseller's Sonnets by Andi Rosenthal. Andi's book was chosen as a 2011 "Book of Note" by Jewish Book World and has been a "Conversations" selection by the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute. Copies of the book can be purchased on Amazon or any book retailer as softcover or ebook. Everyone in the congregation is invited to participate! For more information, please email Phyllis Shapiro at wigini@gmail.com.

Sisterhood Holiday Boutiques
Wednesday, December 7th, 9:00am - 3:00pm
Sisterhood will have several tables at the UJA Federation of Greenwich Holiday Boutique and Clothing Drive.
Tuesday, December 13th
1:00pm - 6:00pm
Sisterhood will have its annual kid's Chanukah boutique with special lower priced items.

For further information, call Phyllis Shapiro at (203) 637-7809.

To RSVP, or if you have any questions regarding any of Sisterhood programs, please call Phyllis Shapiro at (203) 637-7809 or email her at wigini@gmail.com.

usy thanksgiving
USY Teen Thanksgiving Cooking
Tuesday, November 22nd, 6:00pm

Calling all teens! Join us for an evening of making mitzvah real as we cook and prepare Thanksgiving dinner for our Senior friends in the local home for the aging. Join Rav David, resident chef, for an evening of fun and delicious doing good. For more information or to volunteer, email Rav David at david@templesholom.com or call him at

(203) 542-7163.

toy drive

Holiday Toy Drive
Monday, November 28th - Thursday, December 15th

Benefiting Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty

Please bring new, originally packaged, unwrapped toys to our collection bins located in the Temple Sholom lobby. All gifts will be donated to the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty.

The final day for our toy collection is at our Sholom Center Tree Lighting and Menorah Lighting on December 15th.

For further information, contact Pamela Plummer at (203) 340-9009.

The Matchmaker

Film Screening at
Temple Sholom in conjunction with JCC Greenwich

The Matchmaker
Sunday, November 20th at 5:00pm
Tickets are $10 at the door.

In 1968 Haifa, a teenage boy gets a summer job with a mysterious matchmaker who has him spy on the potential matches to determine whether they are truly in need of love. His lessons in romance are put to the test when his best pal's cousin returns from America all abuzz with notions of free love and rock 'n roll. A story about learning to live, love and spread joy despite life's hardships. Nominated for seven Israeli Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Actress. Directed by renowned filmmaker Avi Nesher.

For more information, please call Alice Schoen, at (203) 542-7165 or email her at alice.schoen@templesholom.com.

lifelong learning

Lunch 'n' Learn
Rabbi's Panel

With our Rabbi Mitch, Rabbi Daniel Cohen of Congregation Agudath Sholom and Rabbi Andrew Sklarz of Greenwich Reform Synagogue

Feed the body, soul and mind with our special Lunch 'n' Learn series, featuring our esteemed Rabbi's Panel. On three Tuesdays, coming up in the next few months, these three dynamic
spiritual leaders will discuss the topic
"Jewish Ethics/Jewish Leadership."

Please note that these sessions, from 12:00pm to 1:00pm, will take place at the following locations:

Tuesday, November 22nd
Congregation Agudath Sholom
301 Strawberry Hill Avenue, Stamford

Tuesday, December 13th
Temple Sholom
300 East Putnam Avenue, Greenwich

Tuesday, January 24th
Greenwich Reform Synagogue
257 Stanwich Road, Greenwich

For additional information, please email Alice Schoen at alice.schoen@templesholom.com or call her at (203) 542-7165.

A kosher lunch will be provided.
All are welcome!
uja holiday boutique

UJA Federation of Greenwich
Holiday Boutique
and Clothing Drive at
Temple Sholom
Wednesday, December 7th
9:00am to 3:00pm

Give: Vintage Thrift, a non-profit, will be sending a truck to collect your donations of men's and women's clothing and accessories, collectibles, and housewares - just about everything!

Get: Shop for Chanukah and the holidays at UJA-Federation Greenwich fabulous boutiques, including Women's Clothing, Summer Camp Gear and much more!

15% of boutique sales will be donated to programs that support the most vulnerable in our worldwide community, through the UJA Federation of Greenwich. For further information, visit ujafedgreenwich.org or call (203)552-1818.

ycfs latkes & pjs
Young Children's Family Service:
Latkes and Pajamas
Friday, December 16th, 5:30 pm
Join us for a special Chanukah edition of Young Children's Family Service (YCFS) with Reb Allison and special musical guest Sheldon Low. Kids should come in their pajamas! Come sing songs, celebrate Chanukah & Shabbat and enjoy home-made latkes.

We will also kick off our pajama donation drive to benefit The Pajama Program, an organization which collects pajamas and books for children in foster care and group homes. Please bring a NEW pair of pajamas and a new book with you to donate to these children, who may not have a pair of pajamas or a story to read at bedtime.

For further information, please call Alice Schoen at (203) 542-716 or email her at alice.schoen@templesholom.com.

In and Around the Community...

Tapestry: A Community Celebration of Adult Learning Learning, Saturday Evening, November 19th, 2011 at 6:45pm at the Jewish Community Center of Stamford, presented by United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford, New Canaan and Darien and the Jewish Community Center in cooperation with the Board of Rabbis, UJA Federation of Greenwich, The Jewish Historical Society of Lower Fairfield County, The Center for Judaic & Middle Eastern Studies at UConn, Stamford, and Jewish organizations throughout Greater Stamford and Greenwich. Visit www.stamfordjcc.org for cost information and to register.

UJA Federation Annual Gala Honors Teen Philanthropists, Saturday, December 3rd at 7:00pm at the SUNY Purchase Performing Arts Center, Purchase, NY. Event charis are Debra Fram and Eric Schwartz, Dina Klein Lunder and Michael Lunder. Journal chairs are Eve and Brett Goldberg. The evening will include cocktails and dinner followed by the presentation of the Weitzman Youth Award for Jewish Philanthropy to 12 Teen Philanthropists from Greenwich High School. They are Joshua Genn, Isa Goldberg, Connor Hegarty, Julia Jandrisits, Jonathan Kerbs, Jonathan Muhlrad, Graham Perry, Douglas Saper, Robert Saper, Sanuel Savitz, Jacob Segal, Michelle Socher. Entertainment by Sidney Friedman, America's leading mentalist, who is known for reading, ESP, telepathy and premonition. Call (203) 552-1818 for further details or visit www.ujafedgreenwich.org.

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

11/17/11 BREAKING NEWS: CL&P President Jeff Butler Resigns...

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CL&P President Jeffrey Butler Resigns

Chandra Johnson Greene | Nov 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

Northeast Utilities made the announcement Thursday afternoon.

11/17/11 CT NEWS ALERT: CL-P Chief Jeffrey Butler Resigns

CL&P Chief Jeffrey Butler Resigns

Jeffrey D. Butler, president of Connecticut Light & Power Co., resigned Thursday after a brutal series of weeks in which he became the focus of outrage and the public face of failures by his utility company in the wake of two paralyzing storms, Aug. 28 and Oct. 29, that left hundreds of thousands of state residents in the dark for periods as long as 11 days.

11/17/11 Greenwich Resident Linda McMahon Wants To Know,"Where's the leadership?"

Dear friend,

Real leadership means having the foresight to understand how actions in Washington will impact people here at home. Three and a half weeks ago, I wrote an op-ed warning about the devastating impact cuts to the Pentagon’s budget would have on military contractors in Connecticut and the thousands of people they employ.

The pain of arbitrary defense reductions could be devastating for Connecticut, putting potentially 40,000 people out of work. Jobs at stake include those at East Hartford’s Pratt & Whitney building engines for the Joint Strike Fighter; Stratford’s Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. manufacturing military helicopters; and Groton’s Electric Boat. Given the potential of failure on the part of the Super Committee, Connecticut stands to pay a heavier price than most other states. -- Linda McMahon op-ed, “Super Committee Consequences: Our Nation’s Security and 40,000 Connecticut Jobs,” CT News Junkie, October 23.

This week, the Hartford Courant picked up on that issue. It reported that Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said if the 12 members on the bipartisan federal deficit Super Committee cannot agree to cuts, it would force the Pentagon to end the Joint Strike Fighter program. Its F135 engines are made by Pratt and Whitney and assembled in Middletown.

The Pentagon would end the Joint Strike Fighter program, imperiling thousands of Connecticut jobs, if the "automatic trigger" of $600 billion in defense cuts kicked in following a breakdown of the bipartisan federal deficit supercommittee, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta told two key U.S. Senators.“Panetta: Pentagon Could Cancel F-35; Thousands of CT Jobs at Stake,” Hartford Courant, November 16.

Sen. Richard Blumenthal downplayed Panetta’s concerns, telling the Courant, "His job is to raise worst case scenarios and sound an alarm, which he is clearly doing here. But I believe this warning will not be the last word."

Right now, the Super Committee is at a stalemate, and there is a very r
eal chance that the worst-case scenario could actually happen. Yesterday, professional politicians' failure to do their jobs was even more evident when our national debt reached a staggering $15 trillion. Where is the leadership? Where is there courage to act on the behalf of the American people?

In the business world, I couldn’t ignore the tough decisions, but instead had to focus on real solutions that were in the best interests of my business and my employees. I hope you will agree that Congress needs more job creators with a business perspective who will focus on solutions over stalemates. We’ve got just 356 days until the next election and I hope you’ll join Team Linda. Together, we can bring to Washington the kind of common sense leadership that Connecticut families and small business owners deserve.



11/17/11 The Greenwich Topix News Site (9 stories) First Story: Hyatt Regency Greenwich Hotel Celebrates Silver Anniversary with $35 Million Redesign

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Brian Harrod, AKA Greenwich Proud, Is The Greenwich Topix Editor

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Hyatt Regency Greenwich Hotel Celebrates Silver Anniversary with $35 Million Redesign (All Voices)
The Stamford area hotel redefines style with sophisticated enhancements that will bring the landmark New England hotel luxurious guestrooms and new seating in the Regency Club lounge by end-of-year 2011 and brilliant updates to event space and lobby restaurants in early 2012.

Pets, Owners Hit the Howl & Prowl in Greenwich (The Daily Greenwich)
"Prisoners" in stripes and their dog stole the heart of the crowd at the Howl & Prowl Costume Parade and Contest as more than 200 dogs and their families dressed up for the festivities in Greenwich.

Greenwich massage therapist adds fertility to offerings (Connecticut Post)
Sergiana Bruno, a certified fertility massage specialist, treats a patient Wednesday, Nov.

Thanksgiving Recipes from Local Chefs (Patch)
Turkey Day is just around the corner. For of you who are hosting your own festivities, here's a bit of culinary inspiration from local chefs in Greenwich and surrounding areas, who offered Patch readers some great recipes.

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Neighbors Blast Mercedes-Benz of Greenwich Expansion Plan
Neighbors Blast Mercedes-Benz of Greenwich Expansion Plan (Patch)
More than two dozen residents from the Edgewood Drive neighborhood attended last night's Planning & Zoning meeting to express opposition to a proposal by Mercedes-Benz of Greenwich to expand its service facility at 217 Post Road West, at the corner of Edgewood, from the current, single story, approximately 9,000 square foot, eight-bay building to a ... (more)

People's United Bank in Greenwich robbed (theoriginalgreenwichdiva)
People's United Bank in the Riverside section of Greenwich was robbed this morning.

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Greenwich Business

We'll always have Greenwich Hospital: Benefit gala has a "Casablanca" theme (Greenwich Citizen)
A sold-out crowd of hundreds of revelers celebrated Moroccan-style under a brilliant Bedouin tent at the "Casablanca" Gala for Greenwich Hospital to benefit the Cancer Institute .

People's Bank in Riverside Robbed (Patch)
The People's United Bank branch at 1155 E. Putnam Ave. - a short distance from the Connecticut Turnpike - in Riverside was robbed Wednesday morning.

Bank robber strikes twice in Greenwich (WTNH)
Greenwich, Conn. - Police in Greenwich are trying to find a man who robbed a bank in the city's Riverside section.

11/17/11 In this week's Greenwich Post

The Greenwich Post came out today. Have you seen what's inside? Here are a few of the news items and features in this week's issue. The Post is available on newsstands today and by mail to subscribers.

• Who performs with no excuses and regardless of politics? Why that would be the U.S. armed forces, of course. See what else Veteran Day speakers had to say at the town's ceremony.
• Plans for a 660,000-square-foot continuing care retirement center on West Putnam Avenue have neighbors in an uproar and town officials skeptical. The Post also weighs in on the matter/
• Is the book's demise really imminent? Check out the results of the latest Greenwich Library survey. You might be surprised.
• One lone protester occupies Greenwich Avenue (for awhile at least) in a stand for what he says is "economic justice."
• Hamilton Avenue School had the kind of "Storm" come through that was actually welcomed.
• An elderly driver sustained critical injuries in a severe accident Monday but reports are that her condition is improving.
• The community is in mourning after the suicide of a middle school teacher.
• The RTM's District plans to meet on Dec. 9 to fill two seats.

• Editorial: The proposed Greenwich Tollgate develpment is misguided and should be rejected.
• Talking Transportation columnist Jim Cameron declares that Metro-North officials could learn a thing or two from European counterparts.
• Joe Pisani says truth telling and politicians don't mix — and that's no lie!
• Market Watch columnist offers advice for those looking for a mortgage to purchase a home or refinance a home.

• GHS field hockey team stuns the competition en route to the semifinals.
• Big Red is ready to wreck Staples in title game.
• Brunswick School's football squad came up short in a heart-breaker.
• Cheerleaders show they not only have talent and skills on the field but also at a fashion show.

Around Town:
• What's balayage technique? Becker Chicaiza of Becker Salon explains. An introductory offer aids Kids in Crisis.
• Over 700 people attend the Breast Cancer Alliance's "Hats Off to Health" benefit.
• The First Presbyterian Church will be serving up turkey and all the trimmings to senior soon, but you need to act fast and make a reservation.
• The Junior League's 35th year edition of The Enchanted Forest takes place this weekend, as does a sale of crafts from Maine at the First Congregational Church. Young Life is looking for judges for the Mr. Christmas Tree pageant.
• So many online shoppers from Greenwich have shown an interest in what a Brooklyn, N.Y., shop has been selling that the owner decided to open a shop on Greenwich Avenue for the holiday season. Also, check out the local nursery that is also opening a new Christmas Shop.

Arts & Leisure:
• An interview with author Pete Nelson of South Salem, who wrote the highly praised novel, I Thought You Were Dead, as well as the award-winning young adults book, Left for Dead. He teaches in Fairfield University's MFA program.
• Many festivals this weekend as the holidays approach: two tree festivals in the vicinity.
• Mrs. Warren's Profession by G.B. Shaw opens Friday at the Ridgefield Theater Barn.
• Exhibit of 20th C. photojournalists' work, On Duty: Weegee, Metinides, Odermatt, opens Friday at the Westport Arts Center.
• Connecticut DEEP reports on nesting shorebirds.
• Reel Dad calls J.Edgar "Eastwood's triumph" with Leonardo DiCaprio's strongest performance yet.

11/17/11 Post It: Get a Jump on the Holiday Season and more from Greenwich Patch

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November 17, 2011

Post It: Get a Jump on the Holiday Season

Barbara Heins | Nov 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

Mark the calendars - there's plenty to do this week and weekend to jumpstart the holiday season.

Local Girl to Perform in Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

Patrick Barnard | Nov 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

The children will be performing an original number created especially for the Parade's landmark 85th Anniversary.

Local Students Head Off to College, Studies Abroad

Sue Rogers | Nov 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

News about Greenwich students' accomplishments.

Fewer Connecticut Children Dying from Accidents

Chandra Johnson Greene | Nov 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

According to a review by the Commission on Children, the number of accidental deaths among children has decreased by almost 10 percent since 2001.

Greenwich Field Hockey Falls to Cheshire

Bob Birge | Nov 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

Your interactive daily digest for all Greenwich scores, schedules and standings - and a place to add information and images for all youth sports

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November 17, 2011

'Let's Make Patch the 'No Whining Zone' for Awhile'

Chandra Johnson-Greene | Nov 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

The day's most interesting comments from Patch users in your town and neighboring communities.

Thanksgiving Recipes from Local Chefs

Marisa Torrieri | Nov 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

Turkey Day is just around the corner and here's some culinary inspiration from local chefs in Greenwich and surrounding areas, who offered Patch readers some great recipes.

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Local Voices

November 17, 2011


From Draconian Dress Code in Middle School to No Dress Code at GHS

Alleyha Dannett

An overview of the Greenwich High School dress code – or lack thereof!

Community Bulletin

November 17, 2011


Parkway School Honors Local Hero

Kathleen Yu | Nov 17, 2011

On Thursday, November 10th, Parkway School held a school-wide assembly commemorating Veterans Day, and was honored with a visit from…


Town Halls with Rep. Jim Himes

Himes Staff | Nov 17, 2011

Representative Jim Himes is holding a series of town halls in Connecticut this week. He wants to hear from constituents about how we…


Hospital with Physicians Office in Greenwich Wins Award for Best Mobile App

Robin Frank | Nov 17, 2011

Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), which has an affiliated physicians office in Greenwich, has received an award for its free …

Local Connections

ISD First Annual Fun Run

Cathy Steel | Nov 17, 2011

The International School at Dundee (ISD) hosted its first annual Fun Run on Saturday, September 24, at the school. Students and …

Social Notes

Greenwich United Way's Sole Sisters Off to Work, Play

Susan Ferris | Nov 16, 2011

The United Sole Sisters, the women's initiative of the Greenwich United Way, kicked off its year of fundraising for the United Way …

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Things to Do

November 17, 2011


JCC Basketball League Registration

Registration is now open for the Greenwich Basketball League, open to all boys and girls, grades 1-8. Players will enjoy first rate …

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