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Thanks go to all the incredible residents of Old Saybrook and the Connecticut shoreline—and beyond. They made this year’s Shoreline Fire Department Food Drive on April 27 another great success for the Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries (SSKP). The Old Saybrook Fire Department (OSFD) alone collected close to 1,400 pounds of much-needed non-perishable food during the food drive out of the 6,000-pound goal at the seven participating shoreline fire stations, and the OSFD also received cash donations of more than $700 to directly benefit SSKP.
Thanks go to volunteers Nadine “Deanie” Sabrin; OSFD support members Bob Peterson and Steve Goodstine; OSFD Chaplain Geoff Sinibaldo and his daughter Mia; OSFD members Ned Loiselle, Tony Cronin, Pat Hanley, Jack Dunn, and John Guarnaccia; OSFD Chief Joe Johnson, 1st Assistant Chief James Dion’ Lieutenant Greg Pereira’ and superstar volunteer Ray Gaudet from SSKP.
A big thank you also goes to our print media sponsor Harbor News/Shore Publishing, our radio sponsor for the live remote broadcast at the OSFD featuring Lee Elci of 94.9 News Now, The Pete Mezzetti Show, and our very special volunteer, Chief Meteorologist Gil Simmons of media partner NEWS8 WTNH.
And finally, thanks for the generous donations go to the following organizations: Stop & Shop in Old Saybrook, Mirsina’s in Old Saybrook for the most delicious breakfast and lunch and amazing homemade rice pudding for the grateful volunteers at the OSFD, and the Essex Savings Bank on Main Street in Old Saybrook for providing a food drop-off location.
From the bottom of my heart, I thank everyone. Their extreme generosity once again made this year’s Shoreline Fire Department Food Drive another big success for SSKP and the many individuals that it helps each day!
Old Saybrook Fire Department
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