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Panel to Discuss the Impact of the Pandemic on Small Businesses

On Wednesday, July 22, The Retired Men’s Association of Greenwich, Inc. (RMA) will present: “Greenwich Small Businesses and the Impact of the Pandemic” – a panel discussion with accountant Sean Dowling, banker David Moore, restaurateur Caren Vizzo St. Phillip, and retail shop owners Randy and Kimberly Caravella. The virtual program will take place at 11 a.m. To view the webinar, log on to: bit.ly/30IBj21 read more...

Helping Kids Connect With Nature

This article discusses how children are spending less time playing outside in nature. It cites supporting evidence showing that outdoor play improves children’s overall health, cognitive development, and their connection to and care for nature. It describes how our preschool has made a commitment to helping children engage with nature through our Nature Classroom and through scheduling ample time in the program day for outdoor play, and it also offers some quick and easy ideas for how families can help their children get outside and appreciate nature.

Obituary: Barret Naylor

“When it comes to living large, I say turn it up till the knob falls off and throw it out the window.” Barret Platten Naylor lived a large, joyful life which was cut short a day after his 57th birthday, Thursday, May 9, 2019 due to complications from a liver transplant. Barret was a life force who radiated love and selflessness. His spirit is carried on by his wife, Kim and two children, Christian (27) and Whitney (26), along with many extended relatives and friends whose lives are blessed to have been touched by Barret. read more...

Obituary: Mary Babcock

Mary Warner King Babcock, of Old Greenwich, CT, died Wednesday, March 27, 2019, in Old Greenwich. Mary was born on April 9, 1926, in Brooklyn, N.Y., of Emma and Warner King. She attended the Woodward School and the Packard Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn. In 1944 she graduated from the Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie in 1948. Upon graduation she and four great friends spent the summer driving across the United States. It was the trip of a lifetime. read more...