The trails at the Audubon are open for all to enjoy! Eli Schaffer, Director of the Audubon Center in Greenwich, informed us that the trails are open and this is a wonderful time to see the end of the spring migration and other wildlife. He also said the center’s store is open for curbside pickup. Birding, or ornithology, has become very popular this year the Audubon’s store has all you need for backyard birding. They can be reached at 203-869-5272 or www.greenwich.audubon.org read more...
The Board of Directors of Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich announced the appointment of Cristina Vittoria as Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1, 2020. She currently serves as the organization’s Vice President of Development and will succeed Bobby Walker, Jr. whose decision to accept an opportunity at Greenwich Academy was announced earlier this year. read more...
Here are some simple, real-world suggestions to help remind you to find the things that bring you joy.
The Greenwich United Way’s Greenwich COVID-19 Community Relief Fund issued its third round of grants totaling $51,500 for Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich (BGCG) and River House. BGCG will use the grant for virtual club online activities for students, food support and computers. The River House grant will go toward the adult day center’s distance care program for seniors. read more...
The holiday season, ultimately, is about giving joy to others. Remember, a “gift” doesn’t have to cost anything. It just needs to come from the heart.
During this time of uncertainty, the people, organizations and leadership of our town are working together to strengthen our community.
*“The Importance of Play in Promoting Healthy Child Development and Maintaining Strong Parent-Child Bonds” by Kenneth R. Ginsburg, MD, MS Ed, and the Committee on Communications and the Committee on Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health.
Here are some reflections from the CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the importance of living a life purely to help others.
On Feb. 6 at 6 p.m., the Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich (BGCG) will name its 2020 Youth of the Year recipient, which is the highest honor a BGCG member can recieve. The 52nd annual awards dinner will take place at the club, and will also honor the 2020 Champion of Youth Award recipient, Susan Bevan.
Each year, the teenage BGCG members apply to become the Youth of the Year. The program recognizes an outstanding Club member who has made significant contributions to his or her family, school, community and Club.