MS Action Day

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From left, Greenwich resident Bill Grad, member of the government relations committee, Mr. Himes, Keith Askin (seated), a person living with MS, Sara Bromley, development coordinator with the National MS Society Connecticut Chapter, and person living with MS, and Steve Malkiewicz a member of the Connecticut chapter’s board of trustees.

From left, Greenwich resident Bill Grad, member of the government relations committee, Mr. Himes, Keith Askin (seated), a person living with MS, Sara Bromley, development coordinator with the National MS Society Connecticut Chapter, and person living with MS, and Steve Malkiewicz a member of the Connecticut chapter’s board of trustees.

Local multiple sclerosis activists recently met with U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, a Cos Cob resident, at his office in Stamford to discuss the issues that affect them. From left, Greenwich resident Bill Grad, member of the government relations committee, Mr. Himes, Keith Askin (seated), a person living with MS, Sara Bromley, development coordinator with the National MS Society Connecticut Chapter, and person living with MS, and Steve Malkiewicz a member of the Connecticut chapter’s board of trustees. Both Mr. Grad and Mr. Malkiewicz are married to women who live with MS. On Tuesday, March 12, MS activists, staff members, and volunteers will visit the Connecticut State Capitol building in Hartford for MS Action Day and 6,000 MS Flags of Hope will be planted on the grounds in recognition of each of the 6,000 Connecticut residents battling multiple sclerosis. For more information on multiple sclerosis, MS Action Day and the Connecticut chapter, visit CtfightsMS.org.

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