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March-April 2016

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In This Issue

The Big Mow

Green Awards Winner: Dan Delventhal’s environmental journey

Pink Soda

A spot for hair blowouts, make-up, parties, and general feminine fun

Market Magic

bfresh with all of its fresh choices strives to make shopping fun

Got Milk?

Greenfield Hill Market delights residents with its wide selection of products

Eat for a Cause

Fairfield Supper Club participants gather at a local home for a delicious meal to benefit charity

What is GE’s history here?

Give Where You Live

March 10 is Fairfield County Giving Day

Tough Items to Recycle

Tips for how and where to in Fairfield

One Book...

So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed by Mark Ronson

What is the oldest book in a Fairfield library?

Whistlin’ Dixie

Dixie Doughnuts to also serve doughnut sandwiches

That’s Italian!

Massimo’s Pizzeria Ristorante is much more than just delicious pizza

More Than Meets the Eye

Artist Eddie Nino is a native of Colombia and long-time resident of Norwalk

On the Road

Vermont's Four Columns...and five senses

La Dolce Vita

A slice of Italy right here in town

Third Annual Green Awards

Recognizing businesses, non-profits, and individuals leading the local fight to protect the environment

“Plastics!”—Not

Green Awards Winner: Yumi-Eco Solutions: cleaning up housewares

Lead by Example

Green Awards Winner: Bedford 2020, a model of sustainability

Really Amazing Grace

Green Awards Winner: Grace Farms Foundation - Public space sits lightly on the land

Ten Minutes With Karen Ronald

Fairfield’s Town Librarian
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