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Specialized Foster Care Open House at Family & Children’s Agency

Date: March 23, 2016 Time: 5:30 to 6:30 pm Location: Family & Children’s Agency, 140 Water Street, Norwalk, CT If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a foster parent and transforming the life of a child, please join us or contact Karen Clark at (203) 523-5329 or at kclark@fcagency.org. Download the flyer
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Planning for the Future (in Spanish)

Thursday, April 21, 2016 (5:30pm-7:30pm) Topics Include: “Planning for the Future and Safeguarding the present, Investment Primer (459b, Roth IRAs, 401k’s, mutual funds, real estate, limited partner-ships, etc), Long term planning (wills, living trusts, medical power of attorney, etc.) For more information, please visit our website www.bntweb.org or call Lydia at 203.290.4255.
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Free computer & training for Bridgeport parents

Junta for Progressive Action, a non-profit organization, in partnership with the Connecticut State Library and Concepts for Adaptive Learning, is pleased to offer the first 30 families that sign up the opportunity to receive free computer training, a refurbished computer, home installation, and a year of high speed Internet service. To be eligible, a parent…
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Latinas & Power Symposium, featuring Andrea Navedo

Latinas & Power presents its annual one-day conference at the Hilton Hartford Hotel featuring celebrity keynote speaker Andrea Navedo. The day includes panels and breakout sessions led by powerful presenters with expertise in the fields of business, marketing, health, finance and professional development. The Latinas & Power Symposium is the largest event of its kind…
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The Borinqueneers: Triumph Through Adversity

The Borinqueneers is a nickname for the 65th Infantry Regiment of the 3rd Division in the United States Army, an all volunteer Puerto Rican unit. An exhibit by Central Connecticut State University's Fall 2015 Introduction to Public History class, in cooperation with the Veterans History Project. Event Details New Britain Visitors Center 66 W Main…
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Latino Americans: 500 Years of History

University of Saint Joseph and Hartford Public Library present a free screening of Episode IV of the Latino Americans Film Series, The New Latinos (1946-1965). Until World War II, Latino immigration to the United States was overwhelmingly Mexican-American. In the decades following the war, large waves of immigrants made their way to the American mainland from Puerto Rico, Cuba, and…
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We need volunteers!

Are you seeking opportunities to get involved in the community? Do you like planning events or getting involved in civic engagement activities? Are you savvy with social media and technology? We are seeking energetic, dedicated, creative volunteers to help the organization with upcoming activities. Come find out how you can get involved! Upcoming activities: Spring special event,…
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