Wrap Up Your Week With Brad and Paul! Here’s what’s on top!
– JENNIFER STEADMAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR THE AURORA FOUNDATION FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS IN GREATER HARTFORD, will talk about how the foundation invests $110,000 annually in programs that help women and girls complete college with the idea that this is the economic game changer for them. Aurora also encourages women and girls to engage in philanthropic efforts that benefit their communities.
– ALEX TEMKIN, TOURNAMENT CHAIR, NEW ENGLAND VOLLEYBALL ASSOCIATION, will talk about The First to the Finish New England Winterfest Volleyball Tournament, which is the largest volleyball tournament in New England. It is designed to showcase girl’s and boy’s volleyball players – ages 12 to 18 – to college coaches and recruiters from throughout the Northeast.
– Doctor J. Craig Allen, Hartford Healthcare addiction medicine doctor will talk about South Windsor joins towns in looking to change minimum age of tobacco purchases and states that More and more Connecticut towns are looking into making it illegal for teens to buy cigarettes and other nicotine products. Hartford Healthcare addiction medicine Doctor J. Craig Allen believes it’s a positive trend. “One of the things raising the smoking age is it takes the cigarettes and it takes the nicotine products out of the hands of high school seniors,” said Allen. Hartford leaders recently raised the minimum age to buy nicotine products from 18 to 21. Now communities like Bloomfield, Wallingford, and East Hartford are exploring similar moves.
– BARRY HOROWITZ of Horowitz and Associates P.C., have the experience that matters and will talk about Living Trust and where you can attend one of his free Living Trusts Seminars.
– Doug Evans for Arts Across Connecticut!
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