A Diverse Fair Haven Community with Historic Homes and a Beautiful Waterfront
Meeting Notes - Thank you George Morrison.
November 16, 2017 ~ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
The Mary Wade Home
Attendees: George M., Sally E., Mary Ann M., Lt. Zannelli, Kirk M. Kathleen F., Vinnie A. Lee C.
Finance Report – Fund balance: $9,090.98. $300 contribution fr. George C., Grand Apizza is in process.
Health & Wellness:
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EVENT: The People's Symposium
DATE: Saturday, December 2:
TIME: 11:00AM - 12:00PM: Breakfast Reception
12:00PM - 1:30PM: Issues Forum
PLACE: Fair Haven School, 164 Grand Avenue, New Haven
SPONSOR: Action Together CT New Haven County
Candidates considering a run for governor will express their…Continue
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Hey neighbors, I have a gas fireplace in my home that is not switching on even though the pilot is burning. I am wondering if someone out there who has a little knowledge about this kind of stuff could take a look. I use it for heat, so I am really hoping to get it up and running again. It is likely a small enough job that I am afraid none of the fireplace installation/repair companies will come out to check it out. I am hoping it is just a bad switch or something that we can easily replace.…Continue
New Haven City VITA Tax Program is looking for volunteers to help community members file tax returns free of charge.
The program asked for a four hour per week commitment during tax filing season. Email VITA@newhavenct.gov for more information. …
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The New Haven Free Public Library is in the process of designing what kinds of programs, services and spaces we will provide now and into the future, and we need your input!
What do you care about?
What do you want and need help with?
What inspires you?
Use this link: bit.ly/NHFPLSurvey2017 to take the survey. If you know someone interested in giving us feedback who doesn't have access to the internet, we'll be glad to set them up on a public computer here at…Continue
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CSNA Meeting Minutes
October 18, 2017 | 6:00 – 7:15pm
The Mary Wade Home
Attendees: Lee Cruz, Mary Ann Moran, Marian Lemly, Sally Esposito, Susan Regan, Leslie Flowers, George Morrison, Lauren Bisio, Kathy Krebzer, Lynne Knowles, David Hunter, Kirk Morrison, Lt. David Zannelli, Vinnie Kiernan
Welcome and Introductions
Finance Report (Sally)
September 20, 2017 ~ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
The Mary Wade Home • Welcome & Introductions - Kathleen
Attendees: Lee Cruz, Tyshawna Neal-Dixon, Kirk Morrison, George Morrison, Mary Ann Moran, Marian Lemly, Kathy Krebzer, Vinnie Kiernan, Shirley Criscuolo, Jacqueline Melendez, Lt David Zannelli, Sally Esposito, Brenda Brown, Richard Pizzoferrato, Kathleen Flynn and Alder Kenneth Reveiz.
• Finance Report - Sally
There is $9,090.98 in the…
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YOU ARE INVITED!
Please join supporters of Mayor Toni Harp this coming Saturday, September 2nd from 4:00-6:00 pm for a BLOCK PARTY at Chatham Square Park. Refreshments will be served.
Organized by Harp 2017 (posting requested by Alder Ernie Santiago)
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Dear CSNA Community,
Hola de Olvera, España!…Continue
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August 16, 2017 ~ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
The Mary Wade Home
Attendees: Susan Regan, Marian Lemly, Brenda Brown, Richard Pizzo…, Mark Duda, Lee Cruz, David Hunter,
Lauren Bisio, Pilip Boulanger, Kirk Morrison, Rhea Hirshman, George Morrison, Susan O’Leary,
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Hi Neighbors: We are going to Maine next week and have had a tough time finding friends who are in town (July 29–Aug 5) to house/dog sit. If you know anyone who might be interested, please share my contact information: email@example.com or text 315-237-2141.
If anyone is interested, I can provide details about house sitting and watching our sweet old dog, Nani. Thank you!
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Just off Grand Avenue, an African woman carries a bundled baby on her back, a purple cloth pressing up into her hair. A half-pigeon, half-dove with pink and blue-green wings flies above. Just a few feet to the left, an activist steps forward, bangled, purple fist slicing the air triumphantly. The Quinnipiac River bridge beckons behind her...…Continue
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We at St. James have been blessed with the generous gift of a challenge grant. For one year, up to a total of $10,000, which ever happens first, our anonymous donor will match whatever comes in above $1700 in a given month. So, if for example, in July our incoming donations are $1800 our challenger will match that extra $100. Our challenger would also match an overage of $1.00, and yet would definitely rather we think bigger than that! We St. James folk are committed to being a supportive,…Continue
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We are looking for a few items to help out with our mural project this weekend. Can you provide...
1. Baked goods for a bake sale to be run by kids throughout the weekend
2. Small plastic containers for mixing paints. Wide-mouthed hummus and cream cheese containers are perfect.
3. Rags of all sizes.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 203 675 9516 if you can help with any of these…Continue
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MINUTES June 21, 2017 ~ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
The Mary Wade Home
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Today is the last day of school, the last day of school breakfast and lunch for many children in our community. Summer Meals are free, nutritious, meals and snacks that are provided to kids and teens,18 years of age and younger, throughout the summer when school is out. Find and Share Information about Summer Meal Programs Here: http://www.endhungerct.org/summer-meals/
Let's not let any child go hungry in our community for…Continue
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