Posts Tagged ‘ Southington Community Services ’

Community Cookout to benefit SCS food pantry

August 20, 2015
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Southington Community Services
91 Norton St, Plantsville, CT 06479
(860) 628-3761

By TAYLOR HARTZSTAFF WRITER A community cookout will provide an afternoon of healthy grilling, live music, and entertainment for all in support of Southington Community Services. Sponsored by FitLife 24/7, the Aug. 22 fundraiser will bring the community together around a good cause, raising funds for the many services provided by SCS. The event will feature…

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Dogs need help, too

August 16, 2015
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Comm - SCS thanks all pets club

Assistant store manager Tommy Valentin stands beside 750 pounds of pet food that was donated to the Southington Community Services food pantry in Plantsville by All Pets Club on Queen Street.

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Happy Birthday to…the SCS food pantry

July 7, 2015
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Comm - Madison Hendricks donates to SCS pantry

Madison Hendricks recently celebrated her 10th birthday, but instead of getting gifts from family and friends, she requested boxes of cereal and granola bars. Madison was able to donate 150 boxes of cereal and 35 boxes of granola bars to the Southington Community Services food pantry. The pantry, located at 91 Norton St in Plantsville…

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Letter: SCS food pantry enjoys a birthday wish

July 4, 2015
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Letter: SCS food pantry enjoys a birthday wish

To the editors: Southington Community Services would like to thank Madison Hendricks for her donation to help the Community Services Food Pantry. Madison recently celebrated her 10th birthday, and instead of gifts she requested boxes of cereal and granola bars. Madison was able to donate 150 boxes of cereal and 35 boxes of granola bars.…

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Netting funds for SCS food pantry

June 30, 2015
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Comm - Volleyball tourney for SCS

The Southington High School student council raised over $409 during a nine-team, student vs. staff volleyball tournament at the local high school. Proceeds were donated to the Southington Community Services food pantry which feeds over 70 local families each day. From left, SCS Assistant Director Mark Fazzolari, SHS students Ally Schroeder and Emily Mankus, and…

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‘Tea’totalers raise money for SCS

June 7, 2015
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Comm - Downton Abbey

A Downton Abbey-style tea party was held recently to raise money for Southington Community Services. The event, at Hawk’s Landing Country Club in Southington, attracted over 150 women and raised $1,200 for SCS. Victorian Lady Kandie Carle gave an entertaining demonstration of Edwardian fashion. Pictured is a group of tea partiers from SCS.

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Giving Back Girls collect food for SCS pantry

May 18, 2015
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Comm - Fill that Fire Truck Arc

The Giving Back Girls collected a full ton of food donations at a recent fundraiser at Walmart in Southington. The donations will help stock shelves at Southington Community Services. In addition, the girls raised $434.83 in monetary donations.

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Downton Abbey tea party to benefit Community Services

April 16, 2015
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By LINDSAY CAREYSTAFF WRITER The public is cordially invited to attend the fourth annual tea party to benefit Southington Community Services is on Tuesday, April 28 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Hawks Landing Country Club. This year’s, the event will have a Victorian, Downton Abbey-theme. “Every year we do a theme,” said event co-organizer…

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Fill the fire truck for SCS pantry

April 13, 2015
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The Giving Back Girls will be hosting a “Fill that Fire Truck” fund raiser at Walmart on Queen Street in Southington on Saturday, April 25. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The group is requesting donations to help the Southington Community Services food pantry. Items in need include tuna fish, canned…

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Stop & Shop donates to food pantry

April 11, 2015
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Comm - Stop and Shop donates to SCS

Representatives from the Southington Stop & Shop recently presented a check for approximately $5,800 to officials from Southington Community Services for use with the local food pantry, located at 91 Norton St. in Plantsville. From left, John Tuttle and Chris Salvatore from Stop and Shop and Janet Mellon and Mark Fazzolari from Community Services.

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