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Rooftops Newsletter: Getting the Right Seniors in the Room

The title above has become something of a mantra for us at NFESH in recent months because we realize how essential accomplishing that is– if this nation is serious about significantly reducing, and u…
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Earth Talk: Suitable biodegradable materials

Dear EarthTalk: What are suitable materials for making biodegradable plastic besides corn and sugarcane? Is pineapple or peanut suitable? -- Y.H.Y   Biodegradable plastic is defined …
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Rooftops Newsletter: The Truth That Lies Beneath The Surface

Our last blog post entitled “In the Numbers” took a hard look at demographics and speculated about how the aging of the Millennials and Gen Xers might impact senior hunger rates in the future. Today …
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Blood donors Urged to Help Restock Red Cross Shelves After Severe Winter Storms

Though spring has officially arrived, the American Red Cross blood supply is still recovering from severe winter storms in March. Donors of all blood types are urged to roll up a sleeve and help save…
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Ring's End Sponsorship Helps Stepping Stones Build Excitement for the Maker Movement

Thanks in part to a generous donation by Darien-based Ring's End Inc, children are tinkering, creating and making all school year long at Norwalk's Stepping Stones Museum for Children.  The wild…
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Connecticut Food Bank Walk Against Hunger 2018

The Connecticut Food Bank is proud to announce the return of our Greater New Haven Walk Against Hunger. Join us at Lighthouse Point Park to rally in support of neighbors in need and get on the move t…
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Making Connecticut Votes Count Newsletter - February 14, 2018

Connecticut Pushes to Elect the President by Popular VoteThis is the inaugural issue of Making Connecticut Votes Count. We’ll be presenting news and analysis focused on a non-partisan reform movement…
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Connecticut Food Bank News: Help Hungry Neighbors

Sometimes, life takes an unexpected turn, leaving you without the security you thought you'd always have. That's what happened to Lisa, who shops at a Connecticut Food Bank member food pantry. Diffic…
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Must See: Amazing February Florals By Sue Barrasi

Longing for spring? We still have a bit to go, but in the meantime, you can get a glimpse of springtime when you come and see Bronx native, Sue Barrasi's amazing floral exhibit! Her "February Florals…
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Rooftops Newsletter: Somebody's Grandmother Is Hungry

Here at NFESH it is not unusual to answer the phone and find a reporter with questions about our senior hunger research on the other end of the line. Typically, those callers cover news beats focused…
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Connecticut Food Bank News - Record-Breaking Temperatures and Nothing to Eat

Heat or Eat? You Can Make a DifferenceOne of the most distressing choices our struggling neighbors must make is whether they buy food or pay for their utilities.This winter, our community has faced r…
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Connecticut Food Bank - Thank you: Here's to the New Year

All of us at the Connecticut Food Bank want you to know how much we appreciate your support and partnership. We are so grateful to be part of this community of caring people like you who come togethe…
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This Month's Exhibit: Michael Lowenbein

Happy New Year from all of us at the Geary Gallery!   This month, we're happy to start the year off by proudly presenting "Essence of a Painting," an exhibit featuring the work of the late New York …
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Geary Gallery: Pick of the Month

The featured piece of the month is "Patriotic Egret" by Master Carver Kevin Kerrigan. It's a 22x20x6 wood decoy priced at $295. Click here to see this amazing piece!
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Exhibition - Michael Lowenbein: Essence of a Painting

Michael Lowenbein (1935-2009) was born in New York and started painting at the age of 10 by copying the work of Old Masters. After graduating from the High School of Music and Art in Manhattan, he we…
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