Many Acts of Kindness

Children at Salisbury Central School have emailed charming pictures of their drawings, paintings, crafting and chalk-work that you can see here.  As Pre-K teacher Rebecca Gaschel wrote,
We'd love to send pictures to your fabulous residents thus continuing our tradition of sending projects your way.   To circumvent the actual paper could the children take pictures of projects and drawings, pass them along in a safe way and you could print them? We are anxious to do something helpful to spread cheer not germs!

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Jerry Baldwin is known to many throughout Connecticut’s northwest corner as a Rotarian, a banker, a father of five and a grandfather of many, a devoted community volunteer and avid golfer, but his years as a military man 55 years ago remain at his core. “The discipline factor when I finished the military was totally focused on doing well and I have always been proud to have served.”

Adam Zies-Way wanted to serve in the military since he was a child. Growing up, he was inspired by the stories about both his grandfathers’ service in World War II--one at Pearl Harbor and the other during the Berlin Airlift.

Michelle Hansen grew up in the Falls Village Fire Department. Her father served as chief and her mother was active in the Ladies Auxiliary. Like smoke from a fire, the experience permeated her. As an adult also joined the Auxiliary but in time wanted to serve in another way.

May 17-23 is National EMS (Emergency Medical Services) week and this Monday is Memorial Day, one of the most revered dates on our calendar. Noble Horizons recognizes and thanks the exceptional heroes who honor and serve our nation and local communities.