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Andy Bessette To Serve As Chairman Of The Big Brothers Big Sisters' "Start Something Big" Gala
Andy Bessette, executive vice president and chief administrative officer of The Travelers Companies, Inc., has agreed to serve as Chairman of the 2013 edition of "Start Something Big" - the major Gala held each year by Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters - Connecticut's premier youth mentoring organization. The event will be held at the historic Hartford Golf Club in West Hartford on Friday, Nov. 15 at 6:30 p.m.
Golfers Break Records For Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters
Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters recently hosted its 21st Annual Invitational Golf Classic at the 117-year-old Hartford Golf Club in West Hartford - and set a record for the event, raising over $150,000 in total.
Bob’s Discount Furniture Charitable Foundation Donates $10,000 To Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters
Bob’s Discount Furniture Charitable Foundation recently presented a check for $10,000 to Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters, the state’s premier youth mentoring organization. The funds, generated by the retailer’s charity golf tournament, will be used to move children off Nutmeg’s 5-county Connecticut waiting list and into productive, life-affirming match relationships with caring, inspirational adult role models.
At a recent ceremony held at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA, Michael Mascaro was presented a 2013 Myra H. Kraft Community MVP (Most Valuable Player) Award by the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation.
Due to heavy rains today, our 21st Annual Golf Tournament will be moved to Monday, July 15. Standing water on the field is preventing play, in addition to threats of lightning strikes this afternoon. The safety of everyone involved is our priority. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Life was challenging, but workable for Teisha Ward, a nursing assistant and single mother, who lived at the corner of Lakewood Avenue, North Main Street and Chase Avenue in Waterbury until a late April fire ravaged the apartment that was home to her and her eight children.
The good news is that nobody was hurt,” said Ward.