The Ultimate Coffee Table Magazine Is Here

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Dec 042018

For several years, we’ve been singing the praises of the Orange Economic Development Corporation’s semi-annual local publication “Orange Life” magazine.

This is not a rival news organization, rather a sister-type business, as we both serve only the Orange community.

Orange Life is beautiful, with quality printing and a high gloss cover featuring a beautiful picture from someone local. The winter issue shows a stunning painting of the Wepawaug by artist Violet Nastri.

Inside, are detailed stories crafted by skilled writers who have time to put in a lot of research to offer the best information about the subject.

Orange Life is the only news publication that you will want to keep on your coffee table for months to come. Sort of like a Reader’s Digest Magazine, you’ll always pick it up again for reference or to take another look at a photograph, or check out an ad (see our ad on page 58).

OEDC Executive Director Annemarie Sliby does a phenomenal job.

Look for your Orange Life Magazine in the mail, you’ll be sure to love it!


Here’s A Promotional Opportunity For Local Businesses

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Feb 122018

OrangeLife Magazine” has been a part of our lives for seven years. It’s a high-quality publication that brings you well-written detailed stories about local businesses and activities, accompanied by beautiful photographs.

OrangeLife Magazine is what I call a coffee table magazine. It stays around for months, while newspapers are tossed out sometimes before they are even read.

OrangeLife Magazine is published twice per year (Summer and Winter) and residents have said they look at every page after it arrives at their home.

When you advertise in OrangeLife Magazine, your ad will be seen and, because of the popularity of the publication, it will be at residents’ fingertips for several months.

The Orange Economic Development Corporation is now working on the Summer edition of OrangeLife and all businesses are invited to submit an advertisement for publication.

Reserve your space today. Reservation due date is March 20 (Ad Copy Due by April 1)

For information, call 203-891-1045 or e-mail Annemarie Sliby at ASliby@OrangeEDC.com or Mary Bialy at Mary@OrangeEDC.com. Tell them you read about it here on Orange Live (no affiliation).

Visit the website at www.OrangeLife.net.



Orange Chamber Elects New Board Members

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Jul 262017

The Orange Chamber of Commerce announced the election of new Board members and the officers for the 2017-2018 term. Starting in September, the officers are: president, Richard Zorena, UBS/ Eng Zorena Wealth Consulting, vice president, Silveras Sboui, Manager, Peoples United Bank Orange, treasurer, Isabel LaRue, Manager, TD Bank Milford,  secretary, Maria Sandillo, Apicella Adjusters Orange and immediate past president, Katerina Miller, Lead Analyst-Power Procurement, UIL Holdings Corp.

Newly elected to serve on the Board are Brian Clarke, Connecticut Capital Management Group Milford, Janet Harrison, Manager, The Milford Bank, Orange/Milford, Leslie Marsh, Cruise Planners, Pamela Perrelli, Sales Manager, Courtyard Marriott Orange.

Returning members-at-large include Cathy Bradley, Prindle Hill Construction, Lou DeSimone, Cellini Jewelers, The Orange sTimes, Vincent Marino, Cohen & Wolf Attorneys at Law, Nick Mastrangelo, Coldwell Banker, Michael Paolini, Michael Paolini CPA, Rick Roberts, Freeman, Freeman Roberts, Annemarie Sliby, Orange Economic Development, and Sue Vigorito, Stoney Creek Urgent Care.

The Orange Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to provide programs and activities for the education, interaction, growth, and support of the business community in the Greater Orange area. The Chamber has established goals to increase membership through recruitment and retention activities, to provide business-focused program, and to increase awareness and support of the Chamber’s efforts to increase area business.