Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich Thanksgiving Feast

Even though the smell of turkey and gravy won’t be filling the air and the upper floors of the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich (BGCG) won’t be bustling with people sitting down for a meal, the 18th annual Thanksgiving feast at the Club will still be special this year. Meals will be distributed to Club members to take home at pick-up between 3:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 24.

Greenwich COVID-19 Update

With COVID-19 continuing to surge around the country and in the state of Connecticut, Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo and Greenwich Hospital President, Diane Kelly, have resumed weekly briefings on the virus.

On Wednesday, the two officials urged residents to keep their guard up as the holidays approach. As of Wednesday afternoon, there were 104 active COVID-19 cases in the Town of Greenwich, and 18 patients at Greenwich Hospital.

What is it about Old Greenwich?

Old Greenwich, Connecticut is one of the premier communities on the East Coast with the emphasis on the community. Homeowners, mostly successful young families have been paying a premium to live here for decades and getting their money’s worth. It has great parks and multiple price points putting in demand year after year.

Opening Hearts and Minds

As our nation struggles to emerge from an increasingly divisive time – the arts, and particular the cinema – can open our hearts and minds by introducing us to a world of new perspectives. Of course, this can only happen if we are willing to embrace these new perspectives with open hearts and minds.

Happy Thanksgiving Mrs. Winter

Since most of our Thanksgiving dinners will end up being quieter and smaller, it may be a good time to start a new tradition of identifying the ‘good deed doers’ in our lives (watch the Wizard of Oz after dinner and see what the Wizard gives the Tin Man) and how we can show them just how important they are.