8.16.2016 GHS Football trains to fight a new opponent
Domestic Abuse Services
5.25.2016 The 11th Annual YWCA Greenwich Old Bags Luncheon at the Belle Haven Club raised funds exclusively for YWCA Domestic Abuse Services.
“The proceeds from this wonderful, sold-out event help provide a wide range of free, 24/7 services to thousands of domestic violence victims,” said Adrianne Singer, YWCA President and CEO. “My thanks go out to our Co-Chairs, the entire Old Bags Luncheon Committee and to the concerned, caring women who attended the event.”
5.22.2016 The 8th annual YNET Frisbee tournament drew a number of teams to Central Middle School on Saturday. Annie O’Hara and Grace Polistina, leaders of the YNET Club at Greenwich High School, which meets every two weeks, said the tournament was months in the making.
5.12.16 Handbags by Gucci, Dior, Louis Vuitton and others — new, vintage and “gently used” — were sold by auctions at the 11th annual YWCA Greenwich Old Bags Luncheon to benefit the organization’s domestic abuse services held Thursday at the Belle Haven Clug.
The luncheon is one of the YW’s biggest fundraisers of the year.
4.25.16 Handbags by Gucci, Dior, Louis Vuitton and others — new, vintage and “gently used” — will be sold in live and silent auctions at the 11th annual YMCA Greenwich Old Bags Luncheon next month to benefit the organization’s domestic abuse services.
4.4.16 The Board of Education is considering an expansion of the school district’s regulations to explicitly prohibit teen dating violence, a proposal that has garnered broad support in the community.
3.22.2016 Standing room only! Parents from Greenwich flooded the Perrot Memorial Library to hear from experts in the fields of counseling and social media who taught over 350 sixth grade girls over the past two years at the Junior League of Greenwich’s Positively More program.
3.15.2016 Parents from Greenwich flooded the Perrot Memorial Library on March 2 to take part in “No Parent Left Behind: What’s on The Minds of Middle School Girls” panel discussion, presented by the Junior League of Greenwich.
2.12.2016 A state grant will pay for improvements to the roof, climate-control and security at the YWCA of Greenwich.
The $246,096 state allocation is slated to make physical upgrades to the domestic abuse program at the organization, making for a more comfortable and secure facility for staff and clients.