by Alexis Ann
We are sooooooo lucky to live in this unique two-state region. The word on the street from the mouths of business owners is that, “Business is picking up!” Now, that’s music to my ears… yours too, I’m sure.
Just ask Neil Ryan and Scott Gladstone who recently expanded by relocating their Wireless Zone of Groton location to Route 12 (next to Kohl’s) about how busy they are. With a snip of the ribbon, invited guests joined in the celebration by raising their cell phones and cheering-all raving about the outstanding customer service offered by the Wireless Zone’s Team for the past 12 years! “Our goal is to help our customers in-and-out of the store quickly in a comfortable atmosphere while being serviced in a professional manner,” says Neil Ryan. Congrats here.
A salute to the Subase for cutting the ribbon on its new Child Development Center. This center will provide a safe, nurturing and caring environment to promote the healthy growth and development of more than 150 military community children. “The Child Development Center is committed to positively impacting Subase’s fleet, fighters and families through the best child care we can deliver,” states Janet Anderson, director, CDC here.
Our Community Spirit column features Nity Oris for her life of giving here. Nity is a nurse supervisor at Backus Hospital and her career there spans 40 years. She is the Health Care Hero awarded by the Connecticut Hospital Association. Congratulations Nity!
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