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- 'Brass Valley: Made in America' Exhibit
- IMTI Installs Solar Panel System
- Local Senators support Firefighter Fundraiser
- Sacred Heart H.S. Names Top Students
- Summer Exhibits at the Mattatuck Museum
- Connecticut Museum Open House Day~June 8
- Waterbury Health Care Council Awards
- NAMI announces T-Shirt Contest Winner
- Dolce Fundraiser for Cardiology Center, 6/29
- StayWell Receives Patient-Centered Certification
- American Jazz at Museum’s 1st Thursday
- Palace Theater's 2013-14 Broadway Series
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MAR.2 -- HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL TRIP: NVCC students will visit Harvard Medical School and attend the New England Science Symposium, where they will present, share research and discuss careers in the science field with students at all levels of study. The trip is sponsored by the Human Biology club and led by Jianyu Zheng, Ph.D., associate professor of biology. For more information contact Dr. Zheng at firstname.lastname@example.org, 203-596-2162\
Six weeks after receiving a challenge to build a robot that can play a robot variation of the game Ultimate Frisbee, Wolcott Students have completed their student built 120 pound robot. The students are all members of Team Max 1071, a team participating in the FIRST®
StayWell Health Center’s Nurturing Families Network, along with the Children’s Trust Fund, is sponsoring a presentation on Monday, February 25th at 10 AM. The presentation will be on child safety and abuse prevention, including risk factors, warning signs, and what adults can do to protect children from predators. The presentation will be located at the Salvation Army’s Central P.A.R.K., at 74 Central Avenue in Waterbury. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call (203)756-8021, ext. 3604.
Waterbury students will be recognized for their efforts to become healthy, caring, responsible individuals at 5 p.m. Tuesday, February 26, on the main stage of the Palace Theater, 100 East Main St.
The event will be a celebration of the 100 students in pre-K through college as nominated by the community for demonstrating developmental assets and something special to offer the world.
StayWell Health Center recently received a $55,000 grant from the US Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). This grant was intended to help StayWell improve access to services, quality of care, and clinical outcomes for cervical cancer screenings in women. This grant allowed the agency to hire a new Licensed Practical Nurse to track follow-up cervical screenings that are conducted outside of the agency. This will help StayWell in its goal to increase the number of women patients, ages 24-64, whom are screened for cervical cancer.
A Memory Bear, sewn by a volunteer with compassion and love, is a forever friend who can ease a hurting heart after the death of a VITAS hospice patient.
Sewn from a favorite pair of jeans, a pullover top, dress, bathrobe or nightgown, a Memory Bear may recall the closeness of a loved one, bring a smile to someone in distress, or offer a sense of security to a child who feels alone after the loss of a parent or sibling.
Garry Straker will focus on key provisions of the Affordable Care Act and updates from recent IRS proposed regulations.
Carter Mario Injury Lawyers to award $20,000 in 8th Annual “Arrive Alive” Scholarship Program to Local High School Seniors
On Sunday February 24th from 12:30-2:30 pm, Chef Timothy Cipriano will be at Adam's Hometown market, 1167 Main Street in Watertown, to help celebrate the launch of their Culinary Health Club.