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  • On the Town: Zonta Club names its Woman of the Year

    On the Town: Zonta Club names its Woman of the Year
    An assemblage of close to 150 men and women filed into the Castaway restaurant’s Starlight Room this past Saturday. From representatives of Burbank’s business community, studios and nonprofit organizations to current and former elected...
  • Local church builds a reputation for its preschool

    Local church builds a reputation for its preschool
    A local church can be known for a lot of things – the spellbinding words of their pastor, a beautifully historic building, or for being a popular site for local weddings. At Winter Park Presbyterian Church, they take a great deal of pride in...
  • Land crunch hits Habitat for Humanity

    Land crunch hits Habitat for Humanity
    The dearth of available lots in Broward County has turned up the heat on homebuilders — and that includes Habitat for Humanity. The Broward chapter of the international nonprofit that builds single-family homes for needy families can't find enough...
  • ECHN welcomes Dr. Philip D. DeGaetano to staff

    Eastern Connecticut Health Network (ECHN) welcomes Philip D. DeGaetano, DO, to its active medical staff. DeGaetano joined Eastern Connecticut Medical Professionals Foundation, Inc. in its multispecialty group practice located at 175 West Road in...
  • Church Leads Hartford's Asylum Hill Revival

    Church Leads Hartford's Asylum Hill Revival
    Last month, there was a wall-raising by volunteers who are building a Victorian-style home in Hartford's Asylum Hill neighborhood. There haven't been many of these put up since Queen Victoria herself left the throne. It's a good story. At the dawn of...
  • Forgiveness Helped Grieving Father Let Go Of Crippling Anger

    Forgiveness Helped Grieving Father Let Go Of Crippling Anger
    The Rev. Walt Everett was in a Virginia hotel on his way south to participate in a Habitat for Humanity build when word came there was an emergency at home. His adopted 24-year old son, Scott, had been shot and killed at his Bridgeport apartment...
  • Town gears up to mark 35th Montverde Day

    The 35th annual Montverde Day Festival and Carnival will kick off Friday from 6 to 10 p.m. with a carnival at Kirk Park, 17436 Division St. Saturday's activities run from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. featuring entertainment, more than 140 vendor booths including...
  • Find service to suit your style at Volunteer Delray expo

    Volunteer Delray promises to align folks with a mission they can wholeheartedly support. Its Nov. 14 expo features 30 nonprofit organizations so the public can freely peruse local opportunities. "Delray has so many nonprofits that do such great work,"...
  • Career Spotlilght: Hotel executive is energized by Principal for a Day program

    Career Spotlilght: Hotel executive is energized by Principal for a Day program
    Who: Christie Netzel, director of sales and marketing of Homewood Suites by Hilton Palm Beach Gardens, recently got to experience leadership, from the vantage point of a school principal. She was selected to participate in the Northern Palm Beach County...
  • Find an Inner Warmth for the Holidays - Volunteer

    Find an Inner Warmth for the Holidays - Volunteer
    It’s almost a clich√© to hear people say the holidays are a time to “give something back.” Yet it’s exactly this time of year when wintry weather conditions and economic pressures put the greatest strain on charities, nonprofits and...
  • Freedom of choice leads to the freedom to serve others: Front Burner

    Freedom of choice leads to the freedom to serve others: Front Burner
    At the height of the Vietnam War, President Richard Nixon appointed two economists — Milton Friedman and Alan Greenspan — to examine the efficacy of maintaining America's long tradition of compulsory military service. During one particularly...