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Party organizer Courtney Spada provided this account of the RHA party that was held at the Audubon Barn on Sunday, June 24th from 4:30-6:30 pm. “The weather cooperated perfectly on Sunday, June 24th as more than fifty backcountry neighbors gathered in The Barn at Audubon Greenwich for an evening of community building. The group shared delicious appetizers...
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Senator Richard Blumenthal spoke at the 2018 RHA Annual Spring Event.  His informative presentation touched on everything from his work on the Armed Services Committee to Connecticut infrastructure and more. He took many questions from the audience and we thank him for taking the time to share his views with his fellow RHA members.  
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Do you feel completely safe controlling the fires you start? Did you ever have a mishap with fire? Recently, our neighbors, the Round Hill Volunteer Fire Company, hosted their annual open house, featuring demonstrations on the right way to put out a fire. Chief Rick Strain and his daughter Sharon, also a firefighter with RHVFC,...
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Photos from our annual Halloween Party! We had so much fun with all our ghoulish neighbors!
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It wasn’t just the balmy day, or the dazzling sunshine or the spectacular leaves or the wondrous collection of animals at the petting zoo that made such a superb success of the Round Hill Halloween party. It was a combination of all of these, organized and executed by co-chairs Deepa Javeri and Christina Schwefel and...
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The graves of early Greenwich settlers and British and Tory soldiers are scarcely noticed by motorists negotiating the steep hill atop Burying Hill Road. The settlers have names like Nehemiah, Phineas, Susannah, and Lucius, and most inscriptions are barely visible on weathered headstones scattered on a roadside plot near Topping road. The earliest carved gravestone...
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Photos from the Recharging Center Opening The Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting of our Cellular Recharging Center This community facility enables our neighbors to access to their electronic devices. A wonderful resource in the case of outages and emergencies.
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Fields of purple loosestrife and garlic mustard’s pretty white blossoms are pleasing to the eye and in autumn, “burning bush” is downright spectacular, its magenta leaves emblazing the landscape.    “The problem is that these are invasive plants,” says Steve Conaway, Stewardship and Outreach manager for the Greenwich Land Trust (GLT). “They grow unchecked, spread...
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