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Retired Men’s Association marks milestone

A big hip, hip, hooray sounded from First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, Oct. 8, as the Retired Men’s Association (RMA) of Greenwich celebrated its 60th anniversary.

Above, from left, Trudy Calendrillo, Ellie Gerli, Kristen Farrel, Lucas Deltezo and his mom, Karena, admire Abraham, a 9-year-old wolf-dog cross. — John Ferris Robben photo

Mission Wolf offers a ‘howling’ good time

Greenwich residents got up close and personal with wolves last week and this was no metaphor or early Halloween celebration. It was a chance to learn about animals for real.

First Selectman Peter Tesei raised the BCA’s flag outside Town Hall with the help of, from left, BCA President Sharon Phillips, Loren Taufield, the Go For Pink chair, and BCA Executive Director Yonni Wattenmaker. –Ken Borsuk

Greenwich shows its support for the Breast Cancer Alliance

Greenwich was certainly “in the pink” on Thursday as Breast Cancer Awareness Month launched with a flag-raising at Town Hall.

Lilli Werner crawls through the mud for a good cause at the annual race. — John Ferris Robben photo

Runners get muddy for Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich

After a rainy Saturday, conditions were perfect for last Sunday’s Muddy Up 5K to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich.

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