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Valley CourierPublished June 06, 2018 08:30 a.m.
Here’s what you will need: 4,300 bales of hay, 91,250 gallons of water, and 18,750 pounds of grain. Here’s what you will get: 25 well fed horses—more precisely, the 25 horses used by High Hopes Therapeutic Riding.
Valley CourierPublished May 16, 2018 08:30 a.m.
Every non-profit organization has a story to tell—it’s what inspires volunteers, donors, and supporters to become part of that story and help advance the group’s mission. But how do non-profit groups make sure the story they tell remains relevant?
Valley CourierPublished March 21, 2018 08:30 a.m.
She’s Sarah Cody, a correspondent for WTNH NEWS 8 at work, but in Essex, she wants to be Sarah Cody Rector, mother, active board member of the Essex Elementary School Foundation (EESF), and committed supporter of the school’s PTO.
Valley CourierPublished Jan. 03, 2018 08:30 a.m.
Don’t look for Reverend Alan Froggatt at the United Church of Chester on Friday mornings. He will not be in either of his two church offices then.
Valley CourierPublished Dec. 13, 2017 08:30 a.m.
Well, you know how things happen in small towns. The real estate agent who sold Laura Grimmer and her husband Michael Beil their home introduced her to Mihae Lee, the artistic director of the Essex Winter Series.
Valley CourierPublished Dec. 06, 2017 08:30 a.m.
Karen Ferrand-Carroll’s profession and her avocation start with the letter A, but this is just about all they have in common. Karen was an accountant nearly 30 years, but on her own time she thought of herself as an artist.
Valley CourierPublished Nov. 22, 2017 08:30 a.m.
If you see Lenore Grunko on a ladder scraping paint off the exterior of her house, you will know she is unwinding. “I do that to relax,” she says pointing to one side of her house in Deep River where there are clear signs of paint removal.