For Those With Family Members With Special Needs: Experts to Discuss Estate Planning

Kimbrerly Greenberg speaking
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A free presentation and discussion next week on estate planning for those who have family members with intellectual and emotional disabilities.

At the event, co-sponsored by Star, Inc., Lighting the Way and JumpSTARs  a lawyer as well as UBS investment and planning specialists will speak. A complimentary continental breakfast will be served.

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Police: Drive Carefully Near Tokeneke School on Saturday During Pumpkin Carnival, and Here’s Where to Park

Tokeneke Pumpkin Carnival 10-12-17
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Because of the expected crowds and traffic surrounding Tokeneke School during the annual Tokeneke Pumpkin Carnival this Saturday, Darien police have issued a traffic advisory and pointed out where extra parking is available.

Police said you can’t park on Old Farm Road, where the entrances to the school are located, nor on private streets in the Tokeneke Association. Continue Reading →

Tickets Still Available for Thursday’s Wine and Food Tasting with Auction to Benefit Darien Nonprofits

Poster 2019 wine and food tasting benefit
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You still have time today, Wednesday, to get discount tickets for the Darien Chamber of Commerce’s 15th Annual Wine & Food Tasting & Auction on Thursday, Oct. 17.

Gourmet foods, over 50 fine wines to taste and a silent auction are all part of the fun, benefitting the Depot Darien Youth Center, Darien Arts Center and the chamber’s scholarships program. Continue Reading →

George Reilly for P&Z: Active in Community Affairs, Insightful, Considerate and Works Hard

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To the editor:

I am delighted to support George Reilly for Darien Planning and Zoning Commission.

After 35 years of practicing law and active participation in various community organizations including Darien Board of Selectman, Norwalk Community College Foundation, King School Board of Trustees, and Center for Hope, George understands this Town. Continue Reading →