|In the Community
Before the warm weather fades, I am hosting three in-person Office Hour sessions in Norwalk, Westport, and Wilton. I hope you will join me to discuss any sort of local or statewide concerns you may have, so I can continue to serve you and your needs. If you are unable to join me in person for any reason, be it scheduling or safety concerns, I will also host virtual Office Hours within the next month.
We are planning a series of events this Fall. Please follow my Facebook Page for updated event information.
- In-Person Office Hours
- Norwalk: Thursday, Sept 23rd from 8:00am to 9:30am - Freese Park, the benches on Main Street, closest to East Avenue [in case of rain, look for me in Cafe Aroma]
- Wilton: Thursday, Sept 30th from 7:30am to 9:00am - Wilton Gazebo [in case of rain, look for me at Tusk & Cup]
- Westport: Thursday, Oct 7th from 8:00am to 9:30am - Picnic benches on Parker Harding Plaza near the footbridge/star sculpture [in case of rain, look for me at GG & Joe]
- Virtual Office Hours TBD
In The News
Last month, I was featured in a newsletter from the Kiwanis Club of Wilton. Looking back, I was able to thank the Kiwanis Club for awarding me a scholarship that allowed me to go to college.
"The $1,500 Kiwanis scholarship I received in my senior year of high school enabled me to attend New York University in the Fall as planned. When you live in poverty, there is no money for the many "extras" that go along with the college experience. I could not afford to live on campus, so I commuted from my home in New Jersey.
The funding from Kiwanis stretched a long way in the form of carfare, meals, books, supplies, and clothing. Kindness, compassion and generosity make lasting changes each day, even when we cannot see the results. I thank those long-ago donors for their role in helping me to live my best life. Thank you Kiwanis for your work in communities nationwide."