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Volunteers Needed for Annual Milford Elks Christmas Dinner Credit: Patch
Pamella A. Nelson December 24, 2013 at 08:39 am
I am happy to volunteer and help out tomorrow for the Christmas Dinner. I will be there for the 11Read More to1 PM shift. Please let me know if there are any special instructions re: parking, clothes, etc. I have been trying to find a phone number to call and let you know that I will be volunteering, had no luck. See you tomorrow. Thank you Elks for doing this.
Amy Potts December 26, 2013 at 01:16 am
I want to thank all the volunteers that helped out at this event. Without you, we could not haveRead More made this event happen! The Elks so appreciate the communities involved in our effort to help those in need. If you didn't see the report on News 12 - here's the link: http://connecticut.news12.com/news/volunteers-at-miilford-elks-club-serve-christmas-meals-to-needy-1.6673622
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Mike Novenstein July 22, 2013 at 10:47 pm
I will be unable to volunteer as I will be working with another group but I strongly recomend it. IRead More did it for years, had a lot of fun and got to know some wonderful people all while helping a great cause.
tlkensington June 18, 2013 at 05:15 pm
Will there be any safe guards to make sure the causes are worthy and not scammy?
Gary Jeanfaivre (Editor) June 18, 2013 at 05:30 pm
Absolutely! Thanks for asking. We'll have some internal safeguards, and, of course, we all know theRead More community best and will be able to identify those that are genuine and worthwhile and those that are scams. Together we'll quickly weed out any scams that arise, and we won't allow them to take away from what we feel is an exciting and effective way to connect Milford residents with the causes that are important to the community. Feel free to reach out to me directly if you have more questions or would like more information. My email is gary.jeanfaivre@patch.com. Thanks again!
Amy Potts August 12, 2012 at 03:15 am
Great stuff! Thanks for sharing! If you find any Pez dispensers let me know.
stephen dupree November 3, 2012 at 07:01 am
Good job, interesting and entertaining on camera work and music included. Thank you
margaret castler December 30, 2012 at 07:58 pm
i have a 1954 ranch that has been remodeled for handicap accessibility. with a ramp, wide door,Read More large mbr. main level laundry, heat pump for heat and AC, hardwood floors, new insulation, new energy efficient windows, black appliances all within 5 yrs. of age, screened in porch, and lovely gardens- flower and berry- in the back yard,drainage trenches in the cellar with 2 sump pumps, and an attic that was remodeled into 2 bedrooms or 1 bedroom suite. bath room has not been remodeled but there is a way that it can be done.. house is located in northern waterbury by the wolcott line (bucks hill area) the house needs a new furnace . the house inspection for the present buyer is available to be perused, and can see what has been updated. house was bought 5 yrs. ago for 138,000 and at least 40,000 of modifications and repairs. will sell the house as is (which is very good) for 135,000. do not let the evaluations of wtby fool you. this house is a gem for the money and especially for some one who is handicapped. if children are involved, there are parochial elementary and HS, though i understand that the public elementary school that this house is districted to has a good reputation. if you know of anyone who is interested, please contact me at my e-mail. mcastler@yahoo.com. all appliances and winddow treatments are included as well as closet organizers. other items can be negotiated. some vets from this area go to west pt. for health care.
Donna Stupak July 7, 2012 at 02:29 am
We are trying to get troops started for the fall. This is a great opportunity for girls. Come joinRead More us at Camp Katoya and learn about girl scouting. This is open to all girls entering K-1 who are not currently in girl scouting. Please feel free to contact me. Hope to see you there.