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Patch Picks: Seven Nonprofits That Make A Difference

It Does Take A Village To Support Those In Need

  1. Shoreline Community Women, nerisews@yahoo.com, meet the third Wednesday of the month at the American Legion Hall

  2. Clinton Rotary, www.clintonctrotary.com, promotes “Service above Self”

  3. Clinton PTA, www.clintonpta.org, meet the first Wednesday of the month at the Henry Carter Hull Library

  4. Families Helping Families, Miner Vincent 860-669-5592, food and heat assistance for local families in need

  5. Shoreline Soup Kitchen and Pantry, www.shorelinesoupkitchens.org, (860) 388-1988

  6. Pretty Committee, Jane Welch, 860-669-7806, pride in the town of Clinton

  7. Local Chapters of Boy and Girl Scouts of America, shaping tomorrow's leaders

Dawn Hittle February 17, 2011 at 10:35 PM
Kid Konnection is a local children's theatre company that has just received non-profit status. Laura Attanasio, and the folks who have supported her efforts, do a great deal of good for our communities youth. Their non-profit status will now allow them to offer financial help to kids who want to be a part of theatre but have not been able to afford it. I know they will continue to create magical experiences for Clinton kids and I am so glad to be involved.

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