Neighbors Notes

Neighbors Notes

Neighbors Notes

Stamford Neighbors Notes

by Juli Harris04/21/11

Dee Kaye Silverleaf and her Ducky Life Tea will be among nearly 70 restaurants, caterers and beverage purveyors participating in Fairfield County Eats! The event, benefiting the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County, will be held Wednesday, April 27, at the Stamford Italian Center from 6 to 9 pm. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the food bank's website.

St. John's Lutheran Church, at 884 Newfield Ave., will be awash in a colorful array of flowers and plants as well as gardening accessories and craft items when its Spring Fair and Garden Sale is held May 7

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Stamford Neighbors Notes

by Juli Harris04/16/11

Bravo! Will Strong, Muhlenberg College student and a former Westhill High School actor, starred in three separate roles (moving man, radio announcer and gossip columnist) in his college’s production of “As Thousands Cheer, 1933,” a musical revue drawn from Depression-era newspapers and featuring sketches by Moss Hart and music by Irving Berlin.

Olga Brown-Vanderpool, director of nursing services at the Stamford Department of Health, will receive the Community Advocate Award at the third Annual Sweet Mother Dinner and Awards Cruise on May 7. She is being recognized

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Stamford Neighbors Notes

by Juli Harris04/01/11

Bennie Jablonski and the North Stamford Lions Club are getting ready for their annual Spring Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, April 10, at the Belltown Firehouse.

Heading off to Poughkeepsie in September is Emily Riordan, who will be a freshman at Vassar.

Angelo Natalie is having a concert reading of his latest project, “Kris Kringle The Musical” – he wrote the music and lyrics – at Curtain Call on May 23.

Eleanor and Mort Lowenthal, long-time Stamford residents and busy community activists, will be honored Sunday afternoon, June 12, and

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Would You Like to Write a Community Column?

by Gloria Tenofsky03/10/11

We are looking for a weekly columnist. Tell your neighbors about your neighbors with casual "notes around town" featuring lots of names, snapshots and information tidbits. Who's taking a trip, who's throwing an anniversary party, who's happy about their daughter graduating from college. ... Think college alumni reports with a local twist.

If you're interested in learning more, contact Gloria Tenofsky, community marketing director, at .

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