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Apr 182014
 

JuniorettesThe girls of the Orange Community Juniorettes will have a two-day Easter Flower Sale and Material Girls Fundraiser, Friday, April 18 and Saturday, April 19 from 12 to 5 p.m.

The fundraisers will take place at Material Girls Boutique, 463 Boston Post Road (left side of the same building as Kaoud Rugs).

Stop by and do some shopping for Easter, Mother’s Day, Spring or just because.

When you mention Juniorettes at checkout, 10% of the sale will be donated to the group to help fund future community service projects.

The flowers are great ready made gifts for Easter or Passover. Come on out and support the girls.

Originally Published on: Apr 5, 2014 @ 0:08

2nd printing on  Apr 14, 2014 @ 22:08

Apr 062014
 

Screen shot 2014-04-06 at 6.21.22 PMThe Amity Link Crew will host a fundraiser at Chip’s Restaurant, 321 Boston Post Road, on Tuesday, April 29.

Admission is $10 and includes 2 buttermilk pancakes, 2 bacon or sausage, 2 eggs, coffee or tea.

Seatings are at 5, 6, and 7 p.m.

Link Crew is a group of trained volunteer students who take incoming freshmen under their wings as they transition into high school.

Apr 062014
 

Sad dogRockin’ Out For Animal Rescue (ROAR) is a group of no-nonsense animal rescuers and trainers, assisting families and homeless animals in the community.

ROAR donates time teaching Responsible Pet Ownership through educating the public of the importance of training, vaccines, et care and sterilization.

They also offer financial assistance to families who cannot afford to spay/neuter their pets. All of this is in order to decrease overpopulation of animals suffering and dying in shelters.

The Orange Ale House, 517 Boston Post Road, will host a fundraiser today (Sunday April 6) from 1-8 p.m.

Tickets are $20 at the door, and admission includes food, drink specials, raffles and 7 bands.

Portions of the proceeds also go to benefit the Milford Animal Shelter and Rescued In The Nic of Time.

Jan 312014
 

coaches vs cancerThe high school basketball teams from Amity and Shelton are teaming up to support the American Cancer Society’s Coaches vs cancer initiative.

Today (Friday, Jan. 31) Amity will be hosting Coaches vs Cancer games beginning at 3 p.m. with all entrance proceeds going to the American Cancer Society.

This is the first year that Amity is hosting a basketball event to take part in fundraising activities for this particular initiative.

Amity Athletic Director Paul Mengold said, “We are excited to be holding our first Coaches vs Cancer Basketball game. We may be battling on the court, but we’re on the same team when it comes to reminding our community and fans about taking an active role in reducing the risk of cancer and fighting back against this disease.”

In addition to the entrance proceeds; the Amity Boys and Girls Basketball teams have been raising funds with:

• Go PINK — purchase a T-shirt and wear it to the games

• Purchase a Wall of Hope card in Honor/Memory of someone who has battled cancer

• Pledge for Points scored during the games vs Shelton today

• Coin Wars at lunch.

Shelton High School recently held an event in memory of Asst. Coach Joe LaPorta’s wife, who lost her battle with cancer. In an effort to reaise funds the teams from Shelton sold hope cards; hosted a “suits and sneakers day”; and are currently collecting pledges to go towards points scored in today’s games.

Shelton Varsity Boys’ Basketball Coach Brian Gardiner said, “This is so much more than just a game for us. We dedicate this game every yera to the memory of Jeanne LaPorta,, who lost her life to cancer three years ago. For the last three years our community, students, and faculty have taken the opportunity to help save lives and make a real impact by supporting the American Cancer Society. We take great pride in being a part of the Coaches vs Cancer program.”

Today’s games are scheduled as follows:

Girls JV 3 p.m. 

Boys JV 4:30 p.m. 

Girls Varsity 6 p.m. 

Boys Varsity 7:30 p.m.

Jan 242014
 
Congratulations Orange Lions!

Congratulations Orange Lions!

The Orange  Lions Club will host its “UNCORKED” fundraiser on Saturday, Jan. 25 at the St. Barbara Greek Church Hall, 480 Racebrook Road, Orange from 7-10 p.m.

Aside from the venue change, this year the alcoholic beverages will be provided by Racebrook Wine & Liquor World.

There will be a variety of wines to sample plus beer and cognacs. Hot and cold hors d’ oeuvres with pasta station by Andini’s Retaurant and a  pizza station by Marco Pizzeria. Dessert bar by Scratch Baking. Coffee and tea will be provided. There will be many prizes also available.

Tickets will be available at the door $35.00

 

Originally Published on: Jan 5, 2014 @ 19:48

 

Jan 112014
 

logoThe Orange Ale House, 517 Boston Post Road, will host a fundraiser for Carrie Benvenuti today 4 – 8 p.m.

Carrie is a brave young woman who battled cancer, had a double mastectomy, hysterectomy and to add insult to injury the bank foreclosed on her home while she was in treatment.

Every day is a struggle for Carrie and her daughter Rylee as Carrie tries to get back on her feet.

Carrie is blessed to have won her battle with cancer, and to have many caring friends who have rallied around her and arranged for this fundraiser with Ale House owner Jim Hassenmayer.

“This is one of the most worthy causes we’ve ever been asked to help here,” Hassenmayer said. “If anyone needs help, it’s Carrie. I can’t imagine how hard this has been on her. I really want this one to be a huge success.”

The event will include  food, entertainment, dancing, drink specials, door prizes, and free Bud Light Drafts from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.

Carrie’s friend, Kendra Montano, one of the organizers said, ” There are awesome Raffle Prizes: Apple MacBook Pro, Ipad Mini, 32″ HDTV, 19″ HDTV, Garmin GPS, Nikon Digital Camera, HiSense Tablet, Headphones, UGG Wear, and lots of Gift Certificates for local stores, restaurants, and other businesses that include: Jimmy’s Apizza, Massage Envy, DSW, Macy’s, Oyster River Tavern, Kelly’s on Campbell, Lorenzo’s Restaurant, Jenn and Jan’s Deli, Antonio’s Restaurant, New Century Salon, Hair House Salon, and Studio D salon.”

Tickets can be purchased through Montano 203-415-9161; Melissa Bonessi-Beler 203-530-4506; or Jeanie DeLoughery 203-376-0105.

Donations can be mailed to Carrie Benvenuti c/o Chase Manhattan Bank, Attn: Jeanie DeLoughery, 262 Boston Post Road, Orange, CT 06477.

On her Facebook Page, Carrie posted the following:

“I am lost for words for what Kendra and Jim  have taken their time out of their hectic schedules and done for me. Their concern and amazing hearts have brought back my faith in people. If it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t have as much faith, hope, and feel optimistic as I used to. Thank you both for bringing the fight back to me and giving me my fortitude back! God bless you both! No words can express how grateful I am for the both of you!”

 

Jan 042014
 

517 Boston Post Road, Orange, CTThe Racebrook School Father’s Club will have it’s first fundraiser today at 4 p.m. at Orange Ale House, 517 Boston Post Road.

Food, beer and the Colts-Chiefs game are on tap. $35 per person.

If you want to stay for the comedy show at 8, you get $5 off.

Nov 072013
 

Light the Night fundraiserOrange resident Karen Iassogna was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma — an incurable, but treatable cancer of the plasma cells in the blood — about 2.5 years ago.

Karen said she was lucky that her cancer was caught extremely early due to a slight abnormality in her normal blood work for her annual physical.

“I am very thankful for my primary care doctor being diligent and sending me to a specialist for further testing,” she said. “I am now under continual monitoring of my blood levels so that when/if anything changes we can take the necessary steps quickly to ensure we keep my disease in check.”

Knowing that there are others who are dealing with this disease, Karen and her family [Team Possible] have organized the “Light The Night” fundraiser to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, at the Orange Ale House, 517 Boston Post Road, Orange, on Thursday, Nov. 7, from 4-8 p.m.

Tickets are $15 each and can be purchased in advance or at the door, and entitle you to a buffet and ONE free wine or beer, courtesy of the Orange Ale House.

Raffle prizes, donated by local and area businesses will add to the excitement.

All proceeds from admission and raffle tickets go to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, which is dedicated to fighting blood cancers.

For more information or to purchase tickets, call Karen or Mike Iassogna at 203-799-6633 or Harry or Susan Richardson at 203-874-4213.

Originally Published on: Oct 29, 2013 @ 11:47

Aug 252013
 
JustinJustin is a 12 year old who is battling HTLV-1 LYMPHOMA,~it is INCURABLE~ He is such a fighter, but his medical expenses are HUGE. He is sick daily from his chemo treatments but still manages to get all A’s and B’s in school!
Justin LOVES WWE and is a die hard fan, his favorite wrestlers are Triple H, John Cena and Ray Mysterio
His dream is to become one of them!

An Orange Volunteer Firefighter and friend of the family told us about this benefit  today at Anthony D’s in Milford, that will help Justin receive the medication he so badly needs to fight for his life.

Tickets are $20, and can be purchased at the door.

This is a kid friendly event with face painting and balloon animals.

The benefit begins at 2 p.m. and includes Buffet, free draft beer for 2 hours, jello shots, food, raffles with prizes that include a TV, Car detailing, Gift Cards and so much more. A 50/50 raffle also will take place.

The Navels, AND Nicky D Show will perform.

Can’t go, but want to donate?? Call Heidi  203.444.4985

There is also a FUNDRAZR set up for Justin, you can donate thru PAYPAL at this link

https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/fXxia?psid=7956a1dc4e064b1a91062d778bc7b701

Aug 122013
 

Jeremy SaxeThe Jeremy Saxe Memorial Amity Boys Soccer Alumni game will be played Saturday, Aug. 31, with a rain date of Monday, Sept. 2, Labor Day.

Participating alumni are asked to donate $20 to play, which will include a commemorative game shirt.

A portion of the donations will be going to the Jeremy Saxe Scholarship Fund.  The general public also will be asked to support them through additional donations for the scholarship.

Players should confirm their attendance by Aug. 24 by contacting Coach Marchitto at [email protected]

An Orange native, Jeremy Saxe was a 21-year-old philosophy major at Lafayette College in Easton, PA., when he died in his home near campus in September 2008. He planned to attend law school after graduating from Lafayette.

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