Posts Tagged ‘ SouthingtonSOS ’

Town reaches out to victims in Philippines

November 20, 2013
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer In the wake of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, the Southington community has banded together to help out the hundreds of thousands of victims affected by the devastation. SouthingtonSOS, an ad hoc humanitarian service committee of leaders of charity organizations, churches, temples, and community-minded volunteers representing all sectors of town,…

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SouthingtonSOS: Successful in creating a dialogue

January 16, 2013
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By Ed Harris Editor SouthingtonSOS believes it was successful in encouraging families to discuss the type of videogames played within the households, a dialogue the group hopes continues. Earlier this month the group announced a local violent videogame return initiative that garnered national attention. Last week the group canceled the program, saying that it had…

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SouthingtonSOS cancels videogame return program, states community has begun a dialogue

January 10, 2013
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By Ed Harris Editor SouthingtonSOS believes it was successful in encouraging families to discuss the type of videogames played within the households, a dialogue the group hopes continues. Earlier this month the group announced a local violent videogame return initiative that garnered national attention. Yesterday, the group canceled the program, saying that it had already…

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Violent videogame return program announced

January 4, 2013
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SouthingtonSOS is hosting a violent videogame return program at the Southington Drive-in next weekend. The returned videogames will be trashed and participants will receive a gift certificate from sponsors and businesses that are a member of the Southington Chamber of Commerce. The videogame return program was spurred by the recent shootings in Newtown that left…

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Southington group organizes to help Newtown

December 28, 2012
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In the first 72 hours since the unspeakable tragedy in Sandy Hook, the people of Southington, (and throughout the United States), have responded with great shock, anxiety and sadness, launching a tidal wave of compassion, inspiring a compelling need to do something meaningful to help the people of Newtown and to help the parents, teachers…

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