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Mark Abraham liked Libby Abraham's discussion A Toy Library for New Haven
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A Toy Library for New Haven

Welcome to the Toy Library Discussion!!!  Thanks for joining.  I'd appreciate any comments, thoughts, and questions.  The first step is collecting more information, so I'll try to post regularly with updates.  Don't forget to scroll to the bottom to answer my two questions!  New Haven needs a Toy Library, also known as a Toy Resource Center.  In downtown New Haven there is not a single place for parents or kids to get new (by new I mean novel, not out-of-the-box) toys to play with at reasonable…See More
Aug 22, 2012
Libby Abraham liked Lee Cruz's group Be the Change in NHV
Aug 22, 2012
Libby Abraham liked Lee Cruz's blog post Follow up to: Be the change YOU want to see in New Haven: Crowdsourcing, Philanthropy & Getting it Done
Aug 18, 2012

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Contact Person
Libby Abraham
Job Title
Teacher, Mom
Contact phone
2033975179
E-mail
libby.p.abraham@gmail.com
Interest
Early Childhood, Youth, Education
Description Interest
I'm interested in harnessing the new energy I feel as a mom, and putting to some use.

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At 1:33pm on August 24, 2012, Lee Cruz said…

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