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Posted on January 16th, 2017

​Auditions for “Man of La Mancha” in Madison
 
Performers from the shoreline community and beyond are invited to audition for Vista Life Innovations’ upcoming musical production of “Man of La Mancha,” which takes the stage in May at The Kate in Old Saybrook.
 
Auditions will be held Feb. 9 and Feb. 10 from 6 to 8: 30 p.m. at Vista’s Madison Campus, 107 Bradley Road, Madison. Performers ages 15 and older are encouraged to audition. Those interested should prepare 16 measures of sheet music for an audition song and be dressed to move. An accompanist will be provided.
 
A Tony Award winning play-within-a-play, “Man of La Mancha” tells the stories of tax-collecting-playwright-novelist Miguel de Cervantes and his unlikely hero, Don Quixote de La Mancha, a “mad knight” who seeks to attain “The Impossible Dream” and restore the age of chivalry.
 
“Man of La Mancha” will run May 19, 20 and 21 at The Kate under the direction of Pat Souney. The show, Vista’s fourth community theater production, is being funded in part by a grant from the Community Foundation of Middlesex County.
 
Performers are asked to schedule an audition time by contacting Kristin Juaire at 860-399-8080 ext. 236 or kjuaire@vistalifeinnovations.org. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are also welcome.
 


Posted on January 16th, 2017

​Winter/Spring 2017
Pharmacy Technician Certification Program
 
The Pharmacy Technician Certification Program is an intensive 20 week program divided into two 10 week courses, using the blended learning format.  Pharmacy Tech A includes job required skills and responsibilities and 10 hour OSHA Authorization course. Pharmacy Tech B includes Pharmacy mathematics and chemistry with wet lab, externship, and will conclude with registering for the PTCB Certification Exam.

Pharmacy Tech A will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:15pm-8:15pm for 10 weeks beginning Monday, February 1st and ending Wednesday, April 5th.  The cost is $225.

Pharmacy Tech B will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:15pm-8:15pm for 10 weeks beginning Monday, April 17th and ending Wednesday, June 21st.  The cost is $225.

The course fee includes the course curriculum delivered through Edgenuity online educational software and access to a Connecticut certified teacher, but does not include the $129 PTCB exam fee.  Please check the PTCB website (www.ptcb.org) for more exam information. Students should bring a calculator to class.  Please note that this is a rigorous program that will require a minimum of 8-10 hours of homework per week and at most two absences for successful completion.

Registration Guidelines:
Students interested in registering for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Program are required to take and pass a math and reading pretest prior to the first night of class. ERACE offers remediation classes in reading and math for students who do not pass the necessary pretests.  The fee for remediation classes is $80 per course for 8 weeks.
 
Students must have a high school diploma to take Pharmacy Tech B, but may concurrently enroll in a high school completion program during Pharmacy Tech A.
 
How to register:
Visit us on our website www.erace-adulted.org or call us 203.488.5693.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity! Contact us today!


Posted on January 16th, 2017


Posted on January 10th, 2017

​Faculty and Students Showcase Work
At Guilford Art Center
In celebration of GAC’s 50th Anniversary 
 
Guilford, CT — New creations by faculty members and students at Guilford Art Center will be featured in the FACULTY & STUDENT EXHIBITION: In Honor of 50 Years, on view in the Center’s gallery February 3-March 5, 2017.

The exhibition will highlight recent work in all media by faculty members and adult students who have taught or taken classes or workshops at the Center in the past two years. It will serve as the kick-off event for the Art Center’s 50th anniversary year, which will include events and celebrations throughout 2017.Works on view will represent the many media taught at the Center, including paintings and drawings, pottery, weaving, blacksmithing, jewelry, glass, stone carving, photography and more.
 
“This show is a great opportunity for Guilford Art Center to showcase the wonderful work created and taught here,” says Executive Director Maureen Belden. “We have an amazingly talented group of instructor-artists, many with national stature, who also happen to be strong teachers. Seeing their work, and the work of their students, together, really highlights the creative learning and inspiration that takes place at the Center.”
 
The opening reception is free and open to all, on Friday, February 3, from 5-7. This 50th Anniversary kick-off celebration will include beverages and refreshments with a 60’s theme, an interactive community art project, GAC 50th anniversary merchandise for sale, and a chance to meet the exhibiting artists. Gallery hours are Monday-Saturday, 10am-4pm and Sunday 12-4pm. The exhibit and the opening reception are free and open to the public.
 
For more information contact www.guilfordartcenter.org or 203.453.5947.


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Posted on January 10th, 2017


Posted on January 10th, 2017

​Eagle Eye Photo Imaging, LLC

Aerial Photography

Is using Aerial Drone Photography a service that will bring added value to your business?
Aerial photo imagery brings a unique added value perspective to your project.
For example, a real estate aerial video can show in panorama the area surrounding the property.

This provides the prospective buyer with a better understanding of exactly where the property is located in relation to other homes and features of the neighborhood.

Also, dramatic effects can be created by flying around a property from different flight attitudes, creating a video montage highlighting notable features such as gardens, swimming pools, water views, barns, carriage houses, etc. All done to bring added value, facilitating the sale and showcasing the property.

So whether your project involves real estate, golf &country clubs, yacht clubs, construction sites, special events etc., all will benefit from aerial photography.

A word of caution - A drone operator who does not have the proper FAA credentials risks fines and or penalties. All commercial drone operators must be certified by the FAA under Section 333 or Part 107.

Eagle Eye Photo Imaging, LLC has received FAA approval to commercially operate UAS in the National Air Space. We follow FAA regulations mandating that a commercial UAS operator hold a Section 333 Exemption or pass the 14 CFR Part 107 Airman Knowledge Test.  The UAS business is relatively new and developing, therefore, you should insure that the company you choose is insured and meets all FAA guidelines.

John P. Drakos                                                  Owner/Licensed Pilot
Eagle Eye Photo Imaging, LLC                         FAA Commercially Approved
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Below is a link to one of my Real Estate videos.

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Posted on January 9th, 2017

​Two is better than one! Stop into your local Hair Cuttery to pick up your favorite liter duos on sale.

Plus BOGO 1/2 off styling products!  Offers good January 10 - February 13


 

Posted on January 9th, 2017

​Hi everyone,
 
Happy New Year! 
 
Last week the General Assembly convened for our annual session (which goes until June) and as we get going up in Hartford, I of course want to hear from you at my upcoming "Coffee and Conversation" office hours. 
 
Have a question? An idea for a bill? A comment about something you read we're up to? I hope you'll join me! 
 
BRANFORD

This Thursday January 12, 2017
6 p.m.
Willoughby Wallace Memorial Library Meeting Room
146 Thimble Island Road 
 
GUILFORD
Wednesday January 18, 2017
6 p.m.
Guilford Free Library Meeting Room (First Floor)
67 Park Street 
 
Hope to see you then!


 

Posted on January 9th, 2017


Posted on January 9th, 2017

​Connex Credit Union Continues Support of
Local Charitable Groups with Coins-for-Change Program
 
Both members and non-members can contribute to this initiative 
 
NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (Jan. 9, 2017) – Connex Credit Union is proud to announce that its highly successful Coins-for-Change program will return in 2017. This initiative, which donated more than $10,000 in 2016, was developed to help convert neglected spare change into a beneficial contribution for deserving non-profits.

Sorting, counting and wrapping coins can be a nuisance, but coin-counting machines can make the task quick and easy. Unlike most machines that charge high fees and profit from them, Connex donates one hundred percent of its modest fees to various community organizations each quarter. Connex’s coin-counting machines charge a five percent fee to Connex members and a seven percent fee to non-members and every penny goes towards a worthy charity via the Coins-for-Change program.

Those looking to participate can find coin-counting machines at four Connex branches in Guilford, Hamden, Meriden and North Haven.

Coins-for-Change occurs four times each year as part of the ConnexCares philanthropic initiative. Connex has selected the following charitable groups to benefit from the program during the initial quarter of 2017.

From Jan. 1 through March 31, 2017, members and non-members can donate by visiting:
Connex’s Guilford Branch located at 849 Boston Post Road to donate to Branford Early Childhood CollaborativeConnex’s Hamden Branch located at 2100 Dixwell Ave. to donate to  New Haven ReadsConnex’s Meriden Branch located at 533 S. Broad St. (Townline Square) to donate to North Haven Education Foundation, Inc.Connex’s North Haven Branch located at 412 Washington Ave. to donate to North Haven Garden ClubBranford Early Childhood Collaborative (BECC) seeks to instill a love of learning in both school and life for Branford children, from birth to eight years old. Funds raised would help alleviate programming costs associated with Branford’s early childhood support network and Early Care Provider Roundtable Series.
New Haven Reads promotes children’s literacy through free personal tutoring, educational family support and a community book bank.

North Haven Education Foundation, Inc. encourages academic excellence by funding projects and initiatives for students and the community designed to enhance or extend learning opportunities beyond the conventional resources of the school system. Contributions would go towards educational materials and programs not included in the board of education budget.
North Haven Garden Club provides gardening and beautification efforts for the town of North Haven. They maintain several locations with plantings and street landscaping services, including the library and historical buildings.

To learn more about Coins-for-Change, or any of the other charitable ConnexCares initiatives, please visit connexcu.org or contact Roquita Johnson at rjohnson@connexcu.org.

About ConnexCares:

ConnexCares is Connex Credit Union’s charitable and philanthropic program. The mission through ConnexCares is to promote financial literacy, well-being and understanding to our members and the greater communities Connex serves.

About Connex Credit Union:

As the Unbank, Connex Credit Union is one of Connecticut’s largest credit unions serving more than 48,000 members at 7 branches throughout greater New Haven. Headquartered in North Haven, Connecticut, Connex is a full-service member-owned credit union that offers members a full-range of financial services and products, including savings and loans, Unbank Checking, Smart Score credit score range, free online and mobile banking and more. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, attends school or worships in New Haven, Hartford, Middlesex or Fairfield Counties. Connex Credit Union helps guide and improve members’ financial lives through the Connex Advocacy Promises: We will always work in your best interest; we will work with you to understand your goals, identify your financial needs and provide solutions to improve your life; and we will be responsive to you and make your experience simpler, faster and friendlier. It’s time to Unbank! For more information, please call 1-800-CR-UNION or visit connexcu.org.