Greenwich to become home to flagship UK store

April 9, 2017 by  

Hobbs London, a clothing store from the United Kingdom and one of the favorite fashion labels of the Duchess of Cambridge, will be opening its first store in the United States in greenwich later this month.

Hobbs USA President, Jim Walters, commented that [Read more]

Health and wellness the central theme at Greenwich library

March 14, 2017 by  

The Greenwich Library system this month is focusing on topics related to healthcare and overall health and wellness.

Among the special programs for [Read more]

Greenwich becomes home to new shopping experience

February 24, 2017 by  

Saks Fifth Avenue recently opened a new store on greenwich Avenue in Greenwich.

Called ‘The Collective’, the store will [Read more]

Home energy solutions help with conservation

January 9, 2017 by  

The Town of Greenwich has collaborated with energy supplier Eversource to provide invaluable energy saving solutions to town residents, and help with tree conservancy at the same time.

For every household that signs up to [Read more]

Local nonprofit is awarded $30,000 grant

December 21, 2016 by  

A Greenwich nonprofit, Community Centers Inc., is to be the first organization to benefit from a $30,000 award from a local grant-funding organization.

The organization, Pitch Your Peers, is the brainchild of founding members Brooke Bohnsack, Dara Johnson, Nina Lindia, and Rachael LeMasters, who hope to award grants annually to local charities or nonprofit projects.

The organization’s membership currently stands at 37 and are all women from Greenwich. The invitation-only membership helps to ensure that this select group of philanthropic women can keep the focus on identifying and promoting Greenwich nonprofits deserving of a monetary grant.

Selected members become Grant Champions, representing a chosen charity which they then research and visit, gathering as much information about the charity or project as possible. This information is then pitched to the group at a Pitch Meeting, after which members, by secret ballot, vote for the nonprofit they feel is the most deserving. Presentation folders may also be used during the pitch to reinforce facts and figures.

Bohnsack said:

“The Pitch Your Peers process highlights the membership’s existing skill set of sales, marketing and public speaking, all the while educating the membership about deserving charities right here in Greenwich.”

Community Centers Inc., the winner of the first Pitch Your Peers award, has been providing counselling and educational programs for over 60 years.

Celebrity chef to take part in Restaurant Week

November 7, 2016 by  

Greenwich food fans will be able to enjoy a celebration of food this month, as the third annual Restaurant Week gets underway.

The J House is to host an [Read more]

Humans and their canine friends enjoy social evening

October 21, 2016 by  

Dog owners in greenwich were invited to the first ‘Bark Bar’ at local pet store Raleigh & Co. Fine Pet Foods.

With the aim of introducing the [Read more]

Walk/run for cancer supports St. Jude Hospital childhood cancer efforts

September 1, 2016 by  

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is hosting a 5K Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer later this month in stamford. It is open to all residents of Connecticut, but it may be particularly appealing to those who live in [Read more]

Greenwich school plans move closer to approval

August 12, 2016 by  

Tai Soo Kim Partners Architects recently presented revised plans to the New Lebanon School Committee, which is part of the district of [Read more]

Greenwich nominates science teacher for annual award

July 18, 2016 by  

Dr. Sarah Goldin has been selected by Superintendent William McKersie as the representative for the Teacher of the Year program for 2017.

Dr. Goldin is a founding member of the [Read more]

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