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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes the Virtual Experience

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes the Virtual Experience, will be held wherever you want , from May 11 – 31, 2020. This replaces the version held at the Litchfield Green the past two years.

To learn about the different levels of involvement for this virtual event go to https://sbaproject.org/walkamile/.

Proceeds will benefit the Susan B. Anthony Project which provides confidential and free services including a 24-hour crisis line, 1:1 peer counseling, emergency shelter, support groups, and medical & legal advocacy for victims.  Transitional housing offers extended services to previously sheltered families creating a place to live without abuse while helping to achieve autonomy and work toward long-term goals.

Community Education programs are offered to school students in grades K-12 and beyond and to children in summer camp.  These programs address age appropriate issues of personal safety, teasing and bullying, conflict resolution, healthy relationships, dating violence, sexual harassment and assault.  Through presentations in schools, to civic groups, healthcare, police and other professionals, the agency seeks to build understanding of the scope of abuse and its impact/costs to individual women, children and society.

Thank you to these generous sponsors:

Agency Sponsor

Webster Bank

Gold Sponsors

O & G Industries

Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation

Torrington Savings Bank

Silver Sponsor

Twenty 2 Wallpaper

Bronze Sponsors

A Healing Trail Wellness Center

The Beauty Mark Tattooing/Piercing

Center Subaru

Charlotte Hungerford Hospital

King, King Associates Certified Public Accountants

Peter Grubstein & Rosemary Ripley

National Iron Bank  

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Making Strides of Litchfield County

The  Making Strides of Litchfield County walk against breast cancer will be held Sunday, October 20, 2019 at the White Memorial Conservation Center, 80 Whitehall Road, Litchfield, CT.

Nationally, over 1.4 million people will participate in Making Strides events this year, and more than $60 million will be raised. The Litchfield County Making Strides will be one of hundreds taking place around the country.

The event is free, but participants are asked to fundraise as individuals or teams.

Raise a minimum of $25 by Sept. 5th and earn your choice of a cape, fanny pack or retro specs.

To learn how to become a fundraiser or join a team visit  https://secure.acsevents.org/site/SPageServer/?pagename=strides_msabc

The walk is non-competitive and from 3 to 5 miles long.

The walk day schedule is as follows:

10:30 am  Registration

11:15 am  Opening Ceremonies

Noon  Walk begins

Entertainment , food trucks after the walk.

Proceeds from the event will be used “to fund innovative research, provide free information and support programs to patients and caregivers and to help reduce breast cancer risks or find it early”.

To learn how to register, form a team or fundraise for the event call Graham Kobs at (203) 379-4884  or email litchfieldctstrides@cancer.org .

Thank you to these generous sponsors:

National Presenting Sponsor

Avon

Local Sponsors

Hartford HealthCare

NBC Connecticut 30

O & G Industries

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Miles 4 Moe

Miles 4 Moe, will be held on Sunday, September 15, 2019 at Camp Moe, 1145 Brandy Hill, Torrington, CT.

The 10 year old  5K Race and  Walk will  begin and end at Camp Moe, rain or shine.

Register online  at miles4moe.org or register on race day for an additional $5.

The registration fee for the race is $30 for adults, $20 for students 18 years and under and $50 for families with 4 or more members (no race giveaways). There is a $10 fee for picnic only.

The registration fee includes the race/walk, awards ceremony and after-race picnic. The first 100 registrants get a “Race Giveaway” (except “Family” registrants).

Race day schedule is as follows:

8:30-9:45 am  registration

10:00 am START – Runners/Walkers (walkers will line up behind runners)

Picnic and award ceremony following the race

Prizes will be awarded to the top overall male and female finishers as well as 1st and 2nd place finishers in various age categories.

For more information:

Call  (860) 459-4318

Email colleenrenzullo@gmail.com

Visit  www.miles4moe.org

The Harvest Fest/Miles 4 Moe Race, along with the Miles for Moe Foundation were established to honor the life ofEmil “Moe” Renzullo Jr.  who passed away in 2010 at age 12 from leukemia and who loved going to camp.

Proceeds from the race will benefit Miles4Moe , a non-profit that benefits local children in the Litchfield County area, including money for camper scholarships to Camp MOE, a college scholarship to Explorations Charter School, Charlotte Hungerford Hospital Pedia-toy drive, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center helping families who have a child diagnosed with cancer by purchasing gift cards to stores and gas stations for basic needs, and other schools and organizations in the area.

Thank you to all of our generous sponsors!

NFL Charities

Law Office of Ellen Marino

True Value of Litchfield

Bushnell Theater

Warner Theater

Long Wharf Theater

Litchfield Hills Fitness

Northwest Community Bank

Webster Bank

Walmart

Home Depot

Lowe’s

Fairview Farm Golf Course

Torrington Country Club

Stoneybrook Golf Course

Canaan Country Club

Torrington Savings Bank

Charlotte Hungerford Hospital

McDonalds

Vet’s Explosives Inc.

Petricone’s Pharmacy

Sterling Sintered Tech

Progressive Paving & Construction

North Torrington Veterinary Hospital

Dunkin Donuts

Borghesi Engineers & Designers

UConn Huskies

Bigelow Tea Blenders

Litchfield Bancorp

Sportsmen’s

Arconic

Photo Arts Printing Company

Donut Station

O & G Industries

Giordano Signs

Carbone’s Builders

1st Order, Inc.

Cook Funeral Home

Iffland Lumber

Campion Ambulance

All-Star Storage

Theroux, Nowell & Stoughton, LLC

The Mescall Family

The Pace Family

Raymond & Carole Neag

Patterson Controls

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