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  • Town Of Mansfield

    Mansfield started on the path toward becoming a clean energy community in July 2005 when the town council unanimously passed a resolution committing to the SmartPower 20% by 2010 Campaign. The Connecticut Clean Energy Communities program is a partnership between the Connecti...

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  • Mansfield Parks And Recreation

    The mission of the Mansfield Parks and Recreation Department is to enrich the life of the total community by providing quality leisure opportunities which contribute to the environment, needs and interests of the residents of Mansfield....

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  • Mansfield Senior and Wellness Center

    Our purpose is to build a community of respect and support for the older residents of Mansfield and surrounding towns by promoting their dignity and independence through programs and services that enhance the development of their talents, interest, and potential. We are open...

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  • Mansfield Middle School

    In 1995 the first of Mansfield, Connecticut’s elementary schools began dabbling with the idea of composting food waste. By 1998 all three of the Mansfield elementary schools were composting their lunchtime food waste in a small commercial composter located at one of th...

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  • Mansfield Historical Society

    The Museum preserves historic collections, research materials, photographs, manuscripts, and publications relating to Mansfield history. The Edith Mason library contains over 500 books and other local history items. Talented, dedicated members identify, accession, and catalo...

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  • St. Paul's Church

    St. Paul's Collegiate Church is a post-denominational community church in Storrs, CT, that was planted and officially launched in February 2005. There are over 18,000 college students and 20-somethings living in the Storrs-Mansfield community, home to the main campus of...

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  • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Storrs

    OUR HISTORY IN BRIEF The fellowship was founded in 1957 as a lay fellowship at the home of Charles & Marjorie Lee to meet the needs of individuals seeking a community of spiritual acceptance.  In the 1960s, we built and dedicated our meetinghouse on Spring Hill Roa...

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  • Mansfield Public Schools

    The public schools of Mansfield consist of three elementary schools for students in grades pre-kindergarten through fourth grade and a middle school for grades five through eight. ...

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  • Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts

    About Us: Jorgensen first opened its doors on December 6, 1955, when its inaugural concert featured the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Conductor Charles Munch. It quickly sold out. In a review of Jorgensen’s opening night, The Hartford Courant wrote, “Somethin...

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  • Connecticut Repertory Theatre

    Mission Statement: Connecticut Repertory Theatre is the producing arm of the University of Connecticut's Department of Dramatic Arts. CRT produces under a year-round contract with Actors' Equity Association, and serves as a cultural center for Connecticut and the New England...

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  • Department of Music Concerts and Recitals

    Von der Mehden Recital Hall is the home of nearly one hundred concerts presented annually by the faculty, ensembles, students and guests of the Department of Music. All concerts, including student recitals and schedule changes, can be found on this webpage or by phoning the ...

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  • Mansfield Public Schools

    Welcome to the Mansfield Public Schools!  The public schools of Mansfield consist of three elementary schools for students in grades pre-kindergarten through fourth grade and a middle school for grades five through eight. We invite you to explore our website to le...

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  • Asian American Cultural Center

    Our mission is to serve as an informational resource center regarding the Asian American experience and to create an appreciation and understanding of the diverse Asian cultures represented within the community. The Center aids and supports Asian American students in underst...

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  • Puerto Rican/Latin American Cultural Center

    Mission The Puerto Rican/Latin American Cultural Center's mission is to improve the status of Latinos and to promote awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the richness and diversity of Latinos and Latin American cultures. PRLACC works independently and corroborative...

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  • The Rainbow Center

                Officially opened in September 1998,The Rainbow Center is the result of five years of planning, dreaming, and hard work. Numerous groups and individuals participated in crafting the mission and direction of the Rainbow...

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  • Hope Lutheran Church

    Here at Hope Lutheran Church we think that it is vital that you have a comfortable and meaningful place to come and hear of God's message of love for YOU! You will hear about your relationship with Jesus as Savior bringing a peace inside to all your days. We strive to hav...

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  • University of Connecticut Women's Center

    The mission of the Women's Center, which was established in 1972, is to educate, advocate, and provide support services for the achievement of women's equity at the University and within the community at large. Special attention is focused on, but not limited to, women who ...

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  • The Ballard Institute And Museum Of Puppetry

    A puppet is the artist's soul set free. The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry (BIMP) is the State Museum of Puppetry for Connecticut. Located on the UConn Depot Campus in Storrs, the Museum preserves and exhibits puppets from around the world as well as those created...

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  • Connecticut Archaeology Center

    In 1987 the Office of State Archaeology (OSA) was established as a part of the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History to provide local municipalities the technical assistance they needed to help preserve archaeological resources within their communities. In 2004, the Co...

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  • J. Robert Donnelly Husky Heritage Sports Museum

    Located in the new and expanded UConn Alumni Center in the heart of the University of Connecticut's main campus in Storrs, the Husky Heritage Sports Museum is the ultimate library documenting the wide-ranging successes of Connecticut's athletic programs. The state-of-the-ar...

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  • Contemporary Art Galleries

    Mission Statement To enhance the quality of UConn’s visual environment and support the educational obligations to which a world-class university aspires. Making contemporary art available to the university community and extending to the regional community by providing...

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  • UCONN Huskies

    The 2004- 2005 academic year was full of “Winning Moments” for the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics. While the  most  visible  of  these  moments took place in  athletic  venues, UConn student-athletes al...

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  • University of Connecticut Libraries

    The University of Connecticut Libraries provide high quality collections and information services in support of the University’s research and educational missions. The Libraries also contribute to meeting the information needs of the citizens of Connecticut and the sch...

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  • League of Women Voters

    The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization: encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government influences public policy through education and advocacy does not support or oppose any political party or candidate for office takes p...

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  • Connecticut State Museum Of Natural History

    About Us: As a member of the UConn community, the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History is part of a long academic tradition - a tradition founded not only on passing knowledge to future generations, but also on applying this knowledge to solve problems and improve th...

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  • St. Paul's Collegiate Church

    An emerging, purpose-driven, post-denominational, congregational church founded in 2004 by UCONN faculty, students and alumni--where everyone is welcomed to ENCOUNTER God TOGETHER. We are a diverse community with people from every age bracket and religious background. ...

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  • Liquid

    Liquid is a ministry for high school students in the Storrs, Mansfield, Ashford and Willington areas sponsored by St. Paul's Collegiate Church....

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  • University of Connecticut

    The University of Connecticut is the state's flagship institution of higher learning. Founded in 1881, the University of Connecticut has grown to include 10 Schools and Colleges at its main campus in Storrs, separate Schools of Law and Social Work in Hartford, five regional ...

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  • William Benton Museum of Art

    MISSION STATEMENT: The William Benton Museum of Art, The University of Connecticut, has been established for the collection, preservation, research, and interpretation of works of art. The Museum exists for the University of Connecticut academic community, for the citizens ...

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