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Year in Review: February – June 2012

Sue Murphy, Executive Director, Liberty Bank Foundation, opened the Business Breakfast at Three Rivers February 29, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut, Dominion Millstone Power Station, and Liberty Bank Foundation.Generational Diversity  Harnessed For Productivity

Sue Murphy, Executive Director, Liberty Bank Foundation, opened the Business Breakfast at Three Rivers February 29, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut, Dominion Millstone Power Station, and Liberty Bank Foundation.

 


Snip!  The new showroom of Grader Jewelers opened on March 30, on 217 Boston Post Road in Waterford. Peter, left, and Mark Grader wield the symbolic scissors at the ribboncutting along with Lorraine Grader, Don Stewart, and Linda Grader (center). Flanking them are State Senator Andrea Stillman, left, and the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut’s President, Tony Sheridan, right, who honored the Grader family at the event.Grader Jewelers Sparkles With New Building In Waterford

Snip!  The new showroom of Grader Jewelers opened on March 30, on 217 Boston Post Road in Waterford. Peter, left, and Mark Grader wield the symbolic scissors at the ribboncutting along with Lorraine Grader, Don Stewart, and Linda Grader (center). Flanking them are State Senator Andrea Stillman, left, and the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut’s President, Tony Sheridan, right, who honored the Grader family at the event.


(l-r) Herbert Lebowitz, West Hartford, Adolph Betterini, Avon, and Steve Cavallari, Kensington, take part in a meeting for the AmericanWarrior organization at the Rose City Senior Center. On May 26, the organization sent 100 World War II Veterans to see their national memorial for the first time. WWII Veterans: Day of Honor in Norwich Sees 100 Vets On DC Trip

(l-r) Herbert Lebowitz, West Hartford, Adolph Betterini, Avon, and Steve Cavallari, Kensington, take part in a meeting for the AmericanWarrior organization at the Rose City Senior Center. On May 26, the organization sent 100 World War II Veterans to see their national memorial for the first time.


Three generations of Whittles — Bob, Rick and Phil — are proud to carry on the family tradition of farming started by Robert Whittle in 1906.Willow Spring: A Whittle Tradition For Five Generations

Three generations of Whittles — Bob, Rick and Phil — are proud to carry on the family tradition of farming started by Robert Whittle in 1906.

 

 


On April 14, big scissors cut a big ribbon as young Ryan Hewes, assisted by Shari Holdridge Hewes and Mayor John Rodolico, symbolically re-open the Holdridge center in Ledyard. Left to right are Tony Sheridan (at microphone), Eric Kane, Mayor Rodolico, Ben Hewes, Ryan Hewes, Rep. Tom Reynolds, and Matt Hewes. Ryan is a sixth-generation Holdridge.Holdridge Helps Ledyard Stay Green

On April 14, big scissors cut a big ribbon as young Ryan Hewes, assisted by Shari Holdridge Hewes and Mayor John Rodolico, symbolically re-open the Holdridge center in Ledyard. Left to right are Tony Sheridan (at microphone), Eric Kane, Mayor Rodolico, Ben Hewes, Ryan Hewes, Rep. Tom Reynolds, and Matt Hewes. Ryan is a sixth-generation Holdridge.

 


(l-r) David B. Moorehead, Executive Director, Waterford Country School, and Scott Gladstone, owner of ten local Wireless Zone stores, holds the Community Service Award just presented to him at the School’s Recognition Night Dinner held at the Eugene O’ Neill Theater Center on May 23.Waterford Country School Recognizes Scott Gladstone

(l-r) David B. Moorehead, Executive Director, Waterford Country School, and Scott Gladstone, owner of ten local Wireless Zone stores, holds the Community Service Award just presented to him at the School’s Recognition Night Dinner held at the Eugene O’ Neill Theater Center on May 23.

 


L+M’s Friends and Family Celebrate a Century of Care

A sparkling gala for 2,000 friends and employees celebrated the hundredth anniversary of Lawrence + Memorial Hospital on May 19. A few of the celebrants were (l-r) Martha Garvin, Jackie Linicus, Cheryl Copp, Beth Landa, MaryBeth Jordan, Nancy Shepard, Kim Tassone and Katrina O’Camp-Sheehan.

A sparkling gala for 2,000 friends and employees celebrated the hundredth anniversary of Lawrence + Memorial Hospital on May 19. A few of the celebrants were (l-r) Martha Garvin, Jackie Linicus, Cheryl Copp, Beth Landa, MaryBeth Jordan, Nancy Shepard, Kim Tassone and Katrina O’Camp-Sheehan.