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Mary Wade is being visited by a high choir from the Plymouth Church of Desmoines, Iowa tomorrow, Tuesday, June 13th at 10:30 AM. This is part of the choirs annual trip through the United States. The Matens Choir will be performing in the Gardens of Mary Wade beginning at 10:30 AM. All are welcome to join us, bring chairs or a blanket. Enter Mary Wade at the Pine Street entrance.
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October 5, 2016
Dear Fair Haven Neighbor,
Mary Wade has been planning new construction on the block across the street on Pine Street, opposite our main building. This new building will be used to replace our existing 50-unit assisted living entity, which currently is in the older building on Clinton Avenue. It will also have a memory care unit for 20 individuals and an assisted living section to accommodate 20…Continue
A sustained charitable impulse was present in New Haven during the late eighteen hundreds, and there were a number of philanthropic institutions already in operation. Among the many emergent organizations serving the “virtuous poor”, there continued to be a challenge to attend the needs of “vagrant young females”.
That concern started toward reality when Mrs. Eli Whitney invited ten ladies to her home at the corner of Elm and Orange Streets on September 8, 1866 to plan a refuge for…Continue