Danbury's HamletHub https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury Fri, 28 Jan 2022 19:47:12 -0500 HamletHub.com The Center Announces 14th Annual Hearts of Hope Breakfast at The Candlewood Inn on February 23 https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/events/49303-the-center-announces-14th-annuasl-hearts-of-hope-breakfast49303-the-center-announces-14th-annuasl-hearts-of-hope-breakfast https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/events/49303-the-center-announces-14th-annuasl-hearts-of-hope-breakfast49303-the-center-announces-14th-annuasl-hearts-of-hope-breakfast

14th Annual Hearts of Hope Breakfast on Wednesday, February 23

The Center for Empowerment and Education (formerly the Women's Center) has announced their annual fundraising breakfast will take place at 7:30 am on February 23 at a new location - The Candlewood Inn.

The event will feature guest speaker, Aneta, The Center's client, survivor and advocate, who will tell her story of overcoming domestic violence to the thriving life she is living today.

The Center is honoring Alexa Skalandunas for her years of dedication with the "Service Above Self" Award.

"We are excited to announce our new location at the gorgeous Candlewood Inn. This event sells out year after year so secure your spot today!" The Center says.

Reserve your spot HERE.

kerry@ducey.org (HH) Events Fri, 28 Jan 2022 05:40:00 -0500
Connecticut Eye Consultants, P.C. Announces New Southbury Office https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/places/49349-connecticut-eye-consultants-p-c-announces-new-southbury-office49349-connecticut-eye-consultants-p-c-announces-new-southbury-office https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/places/49349-connecticut-eye-consultants-p-c-announces-new-southbury-office49349-connecticut-eye-consultants-p-c-announces-new-southbury-office

DANBURY, CT — Connecticut Eye Consultants, P.C. is pleased to announce its expansion into Southbury with the acquisition of Oculofacial Associates of Connecticut at 1449 Old Waterbury Road, and the addition of its founder, Mark C. Ruchman, M.D. to the CEC staff.

Dr. Ruchman is a board-certified, fellowship-trained ophthalmic plastic surgeon. A Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude graduate of Williams College, he received his medical degree from Yale University and completed his residency and fellowship in ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery at Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia. He was one of the original investigators in New England for the use of Botox® in the treatment of facial dystonia. Today, he specializes in treating migraine with Botox®.

CEC oculoplastic surgeon Katherine J. Zamecki, M.D will join Dr. Ruchman in the Southbury office two days per week, while keeping her office at 69 Sand Pit Road in Danbury. As of February, she will no longer be seeing patients in New Milford.

Serving the Danbury area for more than 30 years, Connecticut Eye Consultants (formerly Danbury Eye Physicians & Surgeons) is a comprehensive ophthalmology and optometry practice committed to providing superior, personalized care using state-of-the-art technology. Our 14 doctors see patients in four offices located in Danbury, New Milford, Southbury and Prospect. They offer affordable payment options and accept most insurance plans, including Medicare. Please call (203) 791-2020 schedule an appointment, or visit cteye2020.com for more information.

jcanning@danburyeye.com (Jennifer Canning) Places Fri, 28 Jan 2022 04:10:41 -0500
Visualizing Early-stage Cancer: Meet CT Breast Imaging Physician Dr. Jaime Szarmach https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49346-visualizing-early-stage-cancer-meet-ct-breast-imaging-physician-dr-jaime-szarmach49346-visualizing-early-stage-cancer-meet-ct-breast-imaging-physician-dr-jaime-szarmach https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49346-visualizing-early-stage-cancer-meet-ct-breast-imaging-physician-dr-jaime-szarmach49346-visualizing-early-stage-cancer-meet-ct-breast-imaging-physician-dr-jaime-szarmach


Meet Dr. Jaime Szarmach, a fellowship-trained breast imager at Connecticut Breast Imaging in Danbury, Connecticut passionate about compassionate, patient-centered care for breast health.

Dr. Szarmach understands the anxiety patients face when deciding which healthcare facility they should go to for their breast imaging.  This is why she believes finding a facility with state-of-the-art services as well as a focus on the doctor-patient relationship is vital for the best possible care.

She advises patients to take a close look to make sure a facility has the proper equipment in place, or if they’re a center that has 3D mammography or tomosynthesis. She further advises patients to ask themselves, ‘who is reading the study, are they fellowship-trained?’ 

This is the amazing value of Connecticut Breast Imaging, as not only does the facility have the necessary equipment to visualize early-stage cancers, it is also staffed with professionals like Dr. Szarmach who are qualified experts in breast health.

In addition to medical school at New Jersey Medical School, Dr. Szarmach chose to enter a specialized fellowship in breast imaging, which includes breast MRI, breast ultrasound, mammography, breast biopsy, and armpit biopsy. Before coming to Connecticut Breast Imaging, she served as an assistant professor in the Department of Radiology for Breast Imaging at Yale School of Medicine.

Dr. Szarmach advises that when patients choose their breast imaging center, first check to make sure that if further medical procedures are needed, such as a breast biopsy, the center is able to facilitate it.

With COVID-19 still in effect today, many patients are choosing to avoid going into medical offices for fear of contracting the virus. This is another unfortunate side effect of the pandemic. Dr. Szarmach assures those who are concerned that it is safe to come in for your exams. Schedule your breast imaging exams now and make your health top priority.


kerry@ducey.org (Connecticut Breast Imaging) Neighbors Fri, 28 Jan 2022 02:02:19 -0500
Fairfield County Bank Announces Danbury Resident is VP and Branch Manager of Weston Office https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49347-fairfield-county-bank-announces-bethel-resident-deborah-przewlocki-is-new-branch-manager-of-ridgefield-s-main-street-office49347-fairfield-county-bank-announces-bethel-resident-deborah-przewlocki-is-new-branch-manager-of-ridgefield-s-main-street-office https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49347-fairfield-county-bank-announces-bethel-resident-deborah-przewlocki-is-new-branch-manager-of-ridgefield-s-main-street-office49347-fairfield-county-bank-announces-bethel-resident-deborah-przewlocki-is-new-branch-manager-of-ridgefield-s-main-street-office

Fairfield County Bank is excited to announce the following changes in Retail Banking, effective January 18, 2022.

Deborah Przewlocki, Vice President and Branch Manager has assumed responsibility of the Main Street Branch Office in Ridgefield after spending three years as the Branch Manager of the Compo Road Office in Westport.

Starting with Fairfield County Bank in 1996, Mrs. Przewlocki has held numerous positions and leadership roles throughout her tenure where she has been able to exercise her passion for community banking by proudly serving her clients with best-in-class service and extended volunteerism throughout Fairfield County. Debbie’s prior experience and deep knowledge of the client base in Ridgefield will provide strong leadership for her team.

Mrs. Przewlocki received an associate degree from Mount Ida College and graduated from the Connecticut School of Finance and Management. Debbie currently resides in Bethel, Connecticut, with her family.

Brian Kenny has assumed responsibility of the Weston Office as Vice President and Branch Manager. Mr. Kenny started his banking career more than twenty years ago, joining Fairfield County Bank as an Assistant Branch Manager in 2001. He served as Branch Manager to several of the Bank’s branch offices across Fairfield County before moving to the Bank’s Residential Lending department as Consumer Loan Manager. After spending two years in Residential Lending, Mr. Kenny became Operations Manager of Loan Servicing. Brian looks forward to forging new relationships with the Weston community in his role as Branch Manager of the Weston Office.

Brian is also a graduate of the Connecticut School of Finance and Management. Mr. Kenny currently resides in Danbury, Connecticut with his wife and their four bulldogs.

Learn more about Fairfield County Bank here.

kerry@ducey.org (Jillian Fernandez) Neighbors Thu, 27 Jan 2022 13:26:02 -0500
SPHERE members head to Hat Tricks hockey game, night out includes signature shirts, food, and autographs! https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49348-sphere-members-head-to-hat-tricks-hockey-game-night-out-includes-signature-shirts-food-and-autographs49348-sphere-members-head-to-hat-tricks-hockey-game-night-out-includes-signature-shirts-food-and-autographs https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49348-sphere-members-head-to-hat-tricks-hockey-game-night-out-includes-signature-shirts-food-and-autographs49348-sphere-members-head-to-hat-tricks-hockey-game-night-out-includes-signature-shirts-food-and-autographs

Last week, five SPHERE members, together with their families attended a Hat Tricks game at Danbury Arena! SPHERE Board members Caitlin Granucci and Wendy Lionetti also attended the game. 

Fairfield County Bank helped to coordinate the evening and Herm Sorcher, Hat Tricks president, made sure SPHERE members were treated in style!

The fun-filled evening included great food, signature Hat Tricks shirts, and even autographs from the hockey players.

SPHERE’s mission is to enrich and enhance the lives of adults with disabilities through education, recreation and the arts while fostering and nurturing relationships between our members and our communities.

Learn more about SPHERE here.

To purchase tickets to attend a Hat Tricks game, and to view the schedule and learn more about Danbury's professional hockey team, click here.


kerry@ducey.org (HH) Neighbors Thu, 27 Jan 2022 13:00:41 -0500
Danbury Resident Kevin McCoy Earns Faculty Honors at Georgia Tech https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49345-ridgefield-resident-ryan-purdy-named-to-dean-s-list-at-georgia-tech49345-ridgefield-resident-ryan-purdy-named-to-dean-s-list-at-georgia-tech https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49345-ridgefield-resident-ryan-purdy-named-to-dean-s-list-at-georgia-tech49345-ridgefield-resident-ryan-purdy-named-to-dean-s-list-at-georgia-tech

Kevin McCoy of Danbury earned the distinction of Faculty Honors for Fall 2021 at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

This designation is awarded to undergraduate students who have earned a 4.0 academic average for the semester.

For more information, visit gatech.edu.

kerry@ducey.org (Georgia Tech) Neighbors Thu, 27 Jan 2022 08:36:04 -0500
Only 5 Performances Remain: Get Your Tickets to ACT of CT's Nickel Mines, A Powerful and Important Performance https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/events/49344-only-5-performances-remain-get-your-tickets-to-act-of-ct-s-nickel-mines-a-powerful-and-important-performance49344-only-5-performances-remain-get-your-tickets-to-act-of-ct-s-nickel-mines-a-powerful-and-important-performance https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/events/49344-only-5-performances-remain-get-your-tickets-to-act-of-ct-s-nickel-mines-a-powerful-and-important-performance49344-only-5-performances-remain-get-your-tickets-to-act-of-ct-s-nickel-mines-a-powerful-and-important-performance

ACT of CT is using their stage to tell one of the most important stories of all time. There are only five performances of Nickel Mines that remain.

Purchase your tickets here.

On October 2, 2006, in a one-room school in the Amish community of Nickel Mines Pennsylvania, the unthinkable happened. Ten young girls were held hostage by a gunman, a member of their community. Five of those girls perished, the other five were seriously wounded. 

The new musical, Nickel Mines, is about what happens next. This living memorial honors the five young lives lost and lifts up the families left behind. 

“You will be moved to dig deep,” ACT of CT Artistic Director Dan Levine said. Please read our review HERE.

Dan Levine, ACT Artistic Director said, "We are thrilled with the critical response that our production of NICKEL MINES has received. We know how moved our audiences have been, and we are honored to present this important new musical."
Only 5 performances remain - tickets can be purchased here.

Thursday, January 27th at 7pm

Friday, January 28th at 8pm

Saturday, January 29th at 2pm & 8pm

Sunday, January 30th at 2pm

kerry@ducey.org (HH) Events Thu, 27 Jan 2022 08:07:55 -0500
The Ridgefield Playhouse And Aquarion Water Company Make The Entire Diversity Film Series Free Events For The Community https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/events/49342-the-ridgefield-playhouse-and-aquarion-water-company-make-the-entire-diversity-film-series-free-events-for-the-community49342-the-ridgefield-playhouse-and-aquarion-water-company-make-the-entire-diversity-film-series-free-events-for-the-community https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/events/49342-the-ridgefield-playhouse-and-aquarion-water-company-make-the-entire-diversity-film-series-free-events-for-the-community49342-the-ridgefield-playhouse-and-aquarion-water-company-make-the-entire-diversity-film-series-free-events-for-the-community

The Ridgefield Playhouse’s Aquarion Water Company Diversity Film Series continues in February with three films celebrating Black History Month that amplify and honor African-American culture and traditions.

All films in the Aquarion Water Company Diversity Film Series are presented as free events for the community. Following each film, a pre-recorded interview led by reporter Cheryl Washington will also be screened. These enlightening interviews can be viewed later on The Ridgefield Playhouse YouTube Channel.

On February 2ndSummer Of Soul presents a powerful and transporting document of an epic event in the summer of 1969: the Harlem Cultural Festival featuring performances by Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, Sly & The Family Stone, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Mahalia Jackson, BB King and more. In his debut as a filmmaker, Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson reintroduces these lost performances as part of a documentary that combines music, history and story-telling to celebrate Black history, culture and fashion.

Then on February 16thQueen & Slim offers a thrilling modern drama about love, justice and righteous anger, focused on a young couple on the run from the law after a first date gone wrong. Starring Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner Smith, directed by Melina Matsoukas and written by Lena Waithe and James Frey.

The Black History Month programming concludes on February 23rd with a 50th anniversary screening of Lady Sings The Blues, the classic Billie Holiday biopic starring Diana Ross in a tour-de-force performance that landed Ms. Ross an Oscar nomination for Best Actress.

For more information or to reserve your free tickets, go online at ridgefieldplayhouse.org or visit or call the box office (203) 438-5795. The Ridgefield Playhouse is a non-profit performing arts center located at 80 East Ridge, parallel to Main Street, Ridgefield, CT and is committed to keeping the arts alive and available to all.

Follow us on Instagram:  @RidgefieldPlayhouse Twitter: @RPlayhouse
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ridgefieldplayhouse/

kerry@ducey.org (The Ridgefield Playhouse) Events Thu, 27 Jan 2022 04:48:19 -0500
Danbury resident Jurnee Coker named to dean's list at Susquehanna University https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49341-danbury-resident-jurnee-coker-named-to-dean-s-list-at-susquehanna-university-164323755349341-danbury-resident-jurnee-coker-named-to-dean-s-list-at-susquehanna-university-1643237553 https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49341-danbury-resident-jurnee-coker-named-to-dean-s-list-at-susquehanna-university-164323755349341-danbury-resident-jurnee-coker-named-to-dean-s-list-at-susquehanna-university-1643237553

Jurnee Coker, of Danbury, was named to Susquehanna University's dean's list for the fall 2021 semester. Coker, who is majoring in psychology, is a member of the Class of 2023.

The dean's list recognizes students who achieve a grade point average of 3.4 or higher out of a possible 4.0 for the semester. To qualify, students must complete a minimum of 12 semester hours.

For more information, visit www.susqu.edu.

kerry@ducey.org (Susquehanna University) Neighbors Thu, 27 Jan 2022 02:52:22 -0500
Danbury's Golf Lounge 18 Grand Opening Celebration on February 5! https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/events/49340-danbury-s-golf-lounge-18-grand-opening-celebration-on-february-549340-danbury-s-golf-lounge-18-grand-opening-celebration-on-february-5 https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/events/49340-danbury-s-golf-lounge-18-grand-opening-celebration-on-february-549340-danbury-s-golf-lounge-18-grand-opening-celebration-on-february-5

Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening celebration welcoming Golf Lounge 18 to Danbury Fair Mall on Saturday, February 5 from 4 to 9pm
Contests and giveaways every hour.
•Club & Membership Prizes
•Food & Drink Specials
Open to the public
RSVP and learn more HERE.
kerry@ducey.org (HH) Events Wed, 26 Jan 2022 11:51:48 -0500
Age Well Community Council Refines 2022 Focus https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49339-age-well-community-council-refines-2022-focus49339-age-well-community-council-refines-2022-focus https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49339-age-well-community-council-refines-2022-focus49339-age-well-community-council-refines-2022-focus

Hosts Roundtable Conversation with Danbury Community Leaders

The Age Well Community Council hosted a virtual conference alongside Danbury-area community partners and legislators to discuss the council’s progress, new initiatives, and crucial findings impacting the aging community based on data from the Tufts Health Plan Foundation 2021 Connecticut Healthy Aging Data Report.

The Council–which focuses on providing Danbury residents the opportunity to age in ways that are relevant, healthy, and meaningful to individuals, cultures, and the larger community–has refined its 2022 focus on social connectedness, food security, and freedom from scams or financial exploitation.

Data covered during the meeting included social, financial, health, and housing indicators relevant to nearly 20 percent of Danbury residents aged 60 and over. While expressing the need for awareness regarding the obstacles that the aging community continues to face throughout the pandemic, Sherry Ostrout, Director of Government Initiatives for Connecticut Community Care stated, “there are significant racial disparities of income, home ownership, the poverty level, and health care access.”

According to the Healthy Aging Data Report, 8.2% of the Danbury community aged 65 and over lived below the poverty line in the last year with larger numbers facing barriers to essential services and care. Research on the wellness and overall nutrition of this group revealed that around 24% of the population has poor access to supermarkets, leading to more than 8% of the group expressing stress in relation to their ability to buy food, and over 80% being clinically diagnosed with high cholesterol and 27% with obesity.

“We recognize that food insecurity is a pressing issue for older adults in our community, and one that we must continue to tackle,” said Casey Levene, Vice President of Community Impact at United Way of Western Connecticut. “In Honor of Dr. Peter Buck’s passing, the United Way of Western Connecticut recently released grant funding to assist food pantries and other providers looking to address food insecurity for adults 60 years and older living in Danbury.”

An in-depth breakdown in the Connecticut Healthy Aging and Data Report can be found here: https://healthyagingdatareports.org/connecticut-healthy-aging-data-report/.The report was funded by Tufts Health Plan Foundation with research led by the Gerontology Institute of the John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

Leaders from the Danbury community in attendance included State Senator Julie Kushner, Mayor Dean Esposito, Council Chair Vinny DiGilio, Representatives Pat Callahan and Ken Gucker, along with other council members and state officials looking to support and understand the push for legislative action.

With support from The Peter and Carmen Lucia Buck Foundation, Inc., the Age Well Community Council was formed in 2015. Since its inception, the Council has grown to include more than twenty members representing nonprofits, foundations, and City of Danbury officials. United Way of Western Connecticut serves as the backbone entity for the council. For more information on joining the Age Well Community Council, please contact Casey Levene, Vice President of Community Impact at United Way of Western Connecticut, at casey.levene@uwwesternct.org.

Media Contact: Ashley Gaudiano, Vice President of Resource Development and Marketing, at 203-297-6726 or Ashley.gaudiano@uwwesternct.org


pr@uwwesternct.org (UWWCT) Neighbors Wed, 26 Jan 2022 11:40:14 -0500
Why Small Businesses Matter in Danbury: Centerboard https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/places/49125-why-small-businesses-matter-centerboard49125-why-small-businesses-matter-centerboard https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/places/49125-why-small-businesses-matter-centerboard49125-why-small-businesses-matter-centerboard

Why Small Businesses Matter

Shop small, do big things for your community

Why Small Businesses Matter puts a spotlight on the local merchants who donate their time, talent, goods, and services for the betterment of our community. The shop local movement spreads virally as local businesses who are “tagged” have the opportunity to share their story!

You're IT Centerboard!

Meet Lindsey Shellman, Chief Commercial Officer at Centerboard.

Why did you start your business?

Shippers (manufacturers and distributors) wanted a way to manage their freight and their shipping internally and avoid having to outsource those jobs. There is a lot of exciting development happening in technology, and the supply chain can finally take advantage of it. It’s a new era, and it has a name – FreightTech.

Lindsey, the WIN team, and many others who share this space are the pioneers of the FreightTech era, pushing the boundaries of what is possible. Using the latest technologies, including AI and ML, Lindsey and the team look forward to bringing visibility to the supply chain space.

What is your best-selling product/service?

WIN, by Centerboard!

How many local businesses do you use to support your business (products and services) and can you name them?

KnockMedia (website design)
BSP Apparel (WIN branded merchandise)
ProForma (WIN giveaways)
Bagelman (catering for WIN events)
Danbury Staples RETAIL: G (hardware)
Habitat for Humanity (WIN Volunteering program)
Danbury Women’s Shelter (WIN volunteering program)
Barnet Associates (WIN CRM Development)
- Local Restaurants for all WIN dining events
- Local hotels for WIN overnights

Have you "reimagined" your small business?

Yes, we have completely reinvented the way that folks can manage their freight. WIN, by Centerboard, is a cloud-based transportation management system that integrates with your existing ERP or legacy system. You can view your carrier rates, book your shipments and track your orders – in the office or remote. Centerboard provides one place to manage all your shipping needs. This was especially effective during the WFH policies related to COVID19.

Lindsey would like to nominate Barnet Associates to be featured next!

Centerboard is located at 100 Reserve Road in Danbury. Visit Centerboard online here, and make sure to check out their Facebook and Twitter pages as well!

HamletHub thanks Fairfield County Bank for making our Why Small Businesses Matter series possible!

daliborboldis@gmail.com (Dan) Places Wed, 26 Jan 2022 09:55:08 -0500
Gianna Iaquinto of Danbury Named to Fall 2021 Dean's List at Hofstra University https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49336-gianna-iaquinto-of-danbury-named-to-fall-2021-dean-s-list-at-hofstra-university49336-gianna-iaquinto-of-danbury-named-to-fall-2021-dean-s-list-at-hofstra-university https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49336-gianna-iaquinto-of-danbury-named-to-fall-2021-dean-s-list-at-hofstra-university49336-gianna-iaquinto-of-danbury-named-to-fall-2021-dean-s-list-at-hofstra-university

Gianna Iaquinto of Danbury excelled during the Fall 2021 semester, achieving a GPA of at least 3.5 to earn a spot on the Dean's List.

Hofstra University is a nationally ranked and recognized private university in Hempstead, N.Y. that is the only school to ever host three consecutive presidential debates (2008, 2012 and 2016). 

kerry@ducey.org (Hofstra University) Neighbors Wed, 26 Jan 2022 05:42:55 -0500
Danbury residents name to Dean's List a University of Rhode Island https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/events/15-todays-events/49338-danbury-residents-name-to-dean-s-list-a-university-of-rhode-island49338-danbury-residents-name-to-dean-s-list-a-university-of-rhode-island https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/events/15-todays-events/49338-danbury-residents-name-to-dean-s-list-a-university-of-rhode-island49338-danbury-residents-name-to-dean-s-list-a-university-of-rhode-island

The University of Rhode Island is pleased to announce the Fall 2021 Dean's List. Congratulations to the following Danbury residents:

Kyle Boller 

Sarah Bradsell 

Lucas Brecher 

Frank Calabrese-Gavay 

Greg Clark 

Connor Corcoran 

Abby Giansiracusa 

Michael Moran 

Ben Pereira 

Benjamin Seward 

Cam Tate 

Isabella Zimmer 

Students named to the Dean's List represent nearly all of Rhode Island's cities and towns, all six New England states, New York and New Jersey, and many other states and countries.

To be included on the Dean's List, full-time students must have completed 12 or more credits for letter grades which are GPA applicable during a semester and achieved at least a 3.30 quality point average. Part-time students qualify with the accumulation of 12 or more credits for letter grades which are GPA applicable earning at least a 3.30 quality point average.

To view the entire Dean's List, visit: uri.edu/academics/deans-list/

To learn more, visit: uri.edu.

kerry@ducey.org (URI) Todays events Tue, 25 Jan 2022 13:54:02 -0500
Danbury Fire Department welcomes seven new recruits! https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49337-danbury-fire-department-welcomes-seven-new-recruits49337-danbury-fire-department-welcomes-seven-new-recruits https://news.hamlethub.com/danbury/neighbors/49337-danbury-fire-department-welcomes-seven-new-recruits49337-danbury-fire-department-welcomes-seven-new-recruits

This week the Danbury Fire Department welcomes seven new recruits to the ranks.

Five of them will start at the CT Fire Academy for their Recruit Firefighter Training next week, while the remaining two are coming from other career fire departments and will go right on the line after a short local orientation.

The new members are: Sveinn Bragason, Jake Czelada, Ben Urbano, Marty Stahl, Noam Kessing, Kyle Lindsay, and Bailey Studer

Visit Danbury Fire Department on Facebook here.

kerry@ducey.org (Danbury Fire Dept.) Neighbors Tue, 25 Jan 2022 12:55:20 -0500