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We’re now First Choice Health Centers. For All Your Health Care Needs. We’ve also added several new pediatric doctors to expand our services for exams, immunizations, assessments, vision, hearing, routine well child care, referrals and more. We’re continually growing and expanding offering Manchester residents the very best health care services. So we thought it was time to reflect our growth by creating a new name and adding more providers to demonstrate our continued commitment to you and your family. We want to be your First Choice for all your health care needs. Manchester Community Health Services 150 North Main Street Manchester, CT 06042 (860) 646-8117 www.Firstchc.org

Medical and Dental Facility 94 Connecticut Blvd., East Hartford (860) 528-1359

OB/GYN and Pediatrics 110 Connecticut Boulevard East Hartford, CT 06108 PH: (860) 528-1359

Manchester Community Health Services 150 North Main Street Manchester, CT 06042 PH: (860) 646-8117

Vernon Community Health Services 3 Prospect Street Vernon, CT 06066 PH: (860) 896-1616

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Growing a healthier community one person at a time.

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Dazzling feats by international skating stars, seasonal music by the Hartford Symphony Orchestra and impressive performances by The Symphony Skaters combined in a glittering spectacle that’s a Connecticut holiday tradition. Best of all, your generous donations of toys at the show will make happy holidays possible for thousands of needy children through the Toys for Tots campaign of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. Admission is one free ticket and one wonderful, new, unwrapped toy per person. Group tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis by calling 860.493.5003. Group requests must be for 10 to 25 tickets, and you must supply the name of the organization, address, phone number and contact name.


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Dear fellow alum, As spring turns to summer, let me welcome you back to Goodwin College for our first annual Alumni Day. Our new state-of-the-art River Campus is the perfect place to enjoy a summer afternoon of food, fun, and friends. Reconnect with professors and fellow students and tour the Half Moon tall ship. You’ve done so much for Goodwin College, let us do something for you for a change - and boy have we changed! Come on down and take a look around - it’s simply amazing! See you there, Merilee

All aboard, alumni and families!

The Half Moon tall ship is a full scale replica of the original Dutch tall ship of exploration sailed by Henry Hudson for the Dutch East India Company in 1609. The original Half Moon was the first European ship to explore the Delaware Bay and River. This tall ship will be docked at the Goodwin College River Campus for alumni day. You and family members can board and tour the ship and for a moment in time, be a crew member in 1609.

For directions go to www.goodwin.edu/alumniday


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