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Better Breather's Club at Mary Wade

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Alzheimer's Support Group at Mary Wade

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Better Breather's Club at Mary Wade

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Alzheimer's Support Group at Mary Wade

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Better Breather's Club at Mary Wade

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Fair Haven Parade at Mary Wade

May 24, 2019 from 10:30am to 12:30pm
While parades are big around the world, they have found a particularly important place in American life. More than entertainment, they communicate a lot of things, and one of the most important things they communicate is group presence. At Mary Wade, residents continue to celebrate life and participate in the events throughout the community.  Mary Wade began hosting the Fair Haven Community Parade ten years ago when a national organization, LeadingAge, started organizing parades for aging…See More
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Parkinson's Support Group at Mary Wade

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Name of the Organization
Mary Wade
Contact Person
Kara Hunter
Contact phone
203.672.7813
E-mail
khunter@marywade.org
Website
http://marywade.org
Interest
Aging\Elderly Services
Description Interest
Interested in all community events as well as Elderly services.

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At 4:30pm on July 16, 2012, Lee Cruz said…

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Meet the 2020 Rubinger Fellows: Ten Local Leaders Breaking Down Barriers

This year’s winners of the Michael Rubinger Community Fellowship award, the third cohort since the program’s inauguration in 2017, are passionately committeed to leveling barriers that stand in the way of equity for our country’s most vulnerable populations. The fellowship will enable each of the ten community leaders to pursue a cutting-edge project that furthers their personal and professional missions. “It is critical that local expertise and engagement are not just quietly nurtured but actively and persistently supported,” said Michael Rubinger, LISC’s former CEO for whom the fellowship is named, adding that this year’s fellows demonstrate, loud and clear, “the capacity to push the boundaries of the community development field so it can do more, do it faster and do it better.”

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