Three weeks ago, the Greenwich Polo Club wrapped up its 2020 season in showstopping style with a one-two series of matches featuring its famous characteristic showcase of superb high-goal teams, players and ponies.
John Ferris Robben
Last Sunday was another glorious and exuberant summer afternoon at the Greenwich Polo Club as White Birch and Altaris, the two renowned high-goal polo contingents based here in town, valiantly delivered the golden goods to clinch victories in the two five-chukker matches held that day.
Polo star Aguerre leads White Birch to East Coast Open Championship title in stunning 13-10 win against Black Hound DE
Last Tuesday was certainly a day to remember as White Birch, the illustrious Greenwich Polo Club high-goal team known for its grit, gold charisma and gold standard triumphantly clinched the 2020 East Coast Open title in remarkable style, claiming a 13-10 win over Black Hound DE, the Teflon-tough squad based out of the New York City-metropolitan area.
After 48 years in fire services, Greenwich Fire Department Chief Peter Siecienski has hung up his turnout gear.
Last Friday morning, the department and members of the community trickled onto the apparatus floor at headquarters to wish Siecienski luck in retirement. During the informal gathering, Siecienski received a proclamation from First Selectman Fred Camillo, and a pass to play golf at the Griffith E. Harris Golf Course.