- published: 19 May 2017
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We're going to miss you guys!!
Briarglen staff created a slideshow of their visit from graduating seniors who attended the elementary school. Celebrating Union Public Schools' mission to ensure all students graduate from high school, "100 Percent College & Career Ready," seniors dressed up in their cap and gowns and returned to their former elementary schools across the district today. This was their chance to "complete the circle," as they returned to their school of origin to inspire elementary students to follow their own pathway to a successful future. #UnionGrads www.unionps.org April 2017
A Throwback to all those memories.
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The experience of Super Storm Sandy has thrown traditional experiences over board. The beauty of living with a bay view is now overshadowed by significant danger. The next storm will happen, but we do not know when and where. Getting ready for disaster is crucial; however, the quality of our daily live should not be compromised by always preparing for the worst. This advanced Landscape Architecture studio, with a focus on housing and open space, supported the initiatives of the Borough of Union Beach to develop long term resilient solutions for the town. Our goal was to find a balance between the needs for protection from future storms, safe and affordable housing structures, appealing streetscapes, high quality open spaces, and wildlife habitat. The students considered the needs of local ...
#Fairfield CT--The Fairfiled Police Department's C.O.P.S. Union Local 550 waited on and treated over 150 seniors to lunch at the Senior Center on Mona Terrace last week. The dinner consisted of salad, rolls, pasta and chicken. Desserts were provided by Luigi's Bakery. Lt. Keith Broderick told us that during the holidays everyone gets busy and there was a gap of over 6 years of doing this but "this our opportunity of giving back to the community" said Broderick. Music was provided by the Fairfield County Chorale and the day ended with a visit from Santa!
Michael Hurley, president of CUPE's Ontario Council of Hospital Unions, said the union's members are reporting that hospitals, full to capacity and needing to make room for incoming patients stacked up in hallways, are pressuring seniors to leave