As the State of Connecticut continues to respond to the global spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Governor Ned Lamont provided the following updates to the residents of Connecticut as of 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 12, 2020: More
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Beginning Monday, March 16, 2020, Norwalk City Hall will operate with limited staff and scaled-back services amidst the growing COVID-19 novel coronavirus outbreak. Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling made the decision today, Thursday, March 12, 2020, in order to protect the health and safety of the public and City staff, while maintaining core government functions. A majority of Board and Commission meetings over the next two weeks will also be canceled, or moved to teleconference. More Mar 12, 2020 - 6:02:47 PM
Wilton Library’s drive thru window keeps people rolling Given the Town of Wilton’s current health advisories, Wilton Library will remain closed through Sunday, March 15. During this time, library custodial staff will perform systematic deep cleaning of all surfaces using CDC recommended guidelines. These cleaning procedures will be maintained for the foreseeable future. More Mar 12, 2020 - 5:46:24 PM
In response to the growing concerns over the spread of COVID19, SilverSource, the nonprofit agency that serves the greater Stamford senior community, has announced immediate updates to its programs and services to ensure the safety of its employees and clients. More Mar 12, 2020 - 4:11:10 PM
City: First Case of COVID-19 in Stamford Followed All Precautionary Measures On March 10th a Stamford resident who returned from international travel was preemptively isolated at Stamford Hospital. On the late evening of March 11th the resident tested positive for COVID-19 (commonly referred to as “the coronavirus”). This is the first reported case of COVID-19 among Stamford residents. This infection was not contracted in the United States or Stamford. More Mar 12, 2020 - 3:15:06 PM
Sound Tigers 4, Marlies 1 Kieffer Bellows and Travis St. Denis each scored twice on Wednesday to help the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (23-33-5-2), American Hockey League affiliate of the New York Islanders, earn a 4-1 win against the Toronto Marlies at Webster Bank Arena. Christopher Gibson also tied a season high with 44 saves to backstop the win, Bridgeport’s second in a row. More Mar 12, 2020 - 12:11:11 AM
CT AG Tong releases guidance on price gouging enforcement Attorney General William Tong on Tuesday released the following statement and guidance on price gouging enforcement after Gov. Ned Lamont declared civil preparedness and public health emergencies in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. More Mar 11, 2020 - 1:56:35 AM
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Susanne D. Kuligowski, ARI of Connecticut, Inc. President & CEO; Jessie Estrada, ARI Consumer; Jodi Gutierrez, Award Recipient George Comfort & Sons, Inc.; and Gerard Gasparino, ARI of Connecticut, Inc. Manager of Development & Recreation (contributed photo)
Stamford, CT - Nearly 300 people enjoyed an evening of music and entertainment to celebrate and raise essential funds for ARI of Connecticut, Inc. The ARI Fall Ball-Jazz Hands for Independence took place on Friday, October 25th at The Italian Center in Stamford, CT. This celebration brought consumers, staff, board members and the community together to honor Pitney Bowes and George Comfort & Sons, Inc. Marcus Walden, an individual served by ARI, received the Always Reaching for Independence Award. Each has assisted in fulfilling our mission of enriching the lives of people with disabilities and their families by enabling them to achieve their fullest potential at home, at work and in the community. Master of Ceremonies, Jazz Singer and Retired Pitney Bowes Employee, Richard “Cookie” Thomas, joined current board chair, Peter Buck and ARI President and CEO Susanne Kuligowski in recognizing the honorees. Cookie Thomas also provided entertainment for the evening along with his three-piece jazz band. Mayor David Martin was also on hand to thank ARI for the valuable service they provide in the community.
The event raised over $115,000 with proceeds directly funding programs and services that support nearly 150 people with developmental disabilities. The support received is essential for ARI to fill the funding gaps created by underfunded services from the state.
Barbara Aronica Buck, Event Chair; Sheila McCaffrey, Event Committee Member; Polly Morrow, Pitney Bowes; and Susanne D. Kuligowski, ARI President & CEO (contributed photo)
Sponsors for the event included our Fall Ball Sponsors, Friends of ARI and Pitney Bowes; Platinum Sponsor, George Comfort & Sons, Inc.; Silver Sponsors, First County Bank and The Norgren Family, and Bronze Sponsors, The Arestia Family, The Buck Family, Connecticut Pharmacy, Jack and Sharon Feighery, The Lyons Family, Workers Compensation Trust, The Umbrella Club, Lynn Villency Cohen, Gimbels Pon & Sandra Leung, CV Longo Mechanical Services and Webster Bank.
ARI of Connecticut, Inc. will be holding its 14th Annual Walk for Independence in the spring of 2020 and the 25th Annual Lotstein/Martin Golf Tournament and dinner in the Summer of 2020. For more information, please contact Gerard J. Gasparino, Mgr. of Development & Recreation or visit us at www.arict.org.