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Bruce McCauley de Danielson has been named AVP, Loan Administration at American Eagle Financial Credit Union. He worked there for the last 13 years of his 26-year career in financial services.

WORKSHOPS

SCORE:

PART ONE “Manage your business finances with QuickBooks”, Intuit ProAdvisor Elizabeth SantausWednesday, Nov. 30, 10-11:30 a.m., Zoom.

PART TWO “Choosing the Right QuickBooks: The Basics of Setting Up Your QuickBooks Business,” Thursday, December 1, 10:00-11:30 a.m., Zoom.

“2023: the year when branding thrives” Maria MirandaThursday, December 8, noon to 1 p.m., Zoom.

“The Three-Page Business Plan”, sponsored by Essex Savings BankWednesday Dec. 14, 2 p.m.-3:30 p.m., Zoom.

For more information, contact Anne Driscoll at [email protected]lunteer.org

LARGE OPENINGS

Caramia Wellness opened at 1101 Noank Ledyard Road, Mystic. The company offers advice on nutrition, diet modification and life coaching. Staff understand Shelly LaibrandtRN, functional nutrition and nutritional response tests; Hali Ballantyne, Holistic Health Coaching; and cara joseph, RN, CCWFN, functional nutrition and nutritional response tests. The Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting on November 17. For more information, visit https://caramiawellness.com/ or call (860) 245-4186.

EVENTS

Eastern CT Chamber of Commerce Foundation will present the 37th Annual Holiday Gala in-person celebration on Friday, December 16 from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event, presented in partnership with the Mohegan Tribewill take place in the Uncas Ballroom and will raise funds for the Foundation’s grant and scholarship programs.

After a two-year hiatus from the live event, guests will be treated to a champagne reception at a silent auction. For more information about the Foundation and its grants, visit www.ChamberECT.com. Live and silent auction donations are still accepted. Contact Shöna Nilsson at [email protected] for any interest in donating. Tickets are $125 per person or $1,250 for a reserved table of 8 people. For more information and tickets, visit www.ChamberECT.com/gala or call 860-701-9113.

GNACC Annual Holiday Bazaar/Small Business Saturday will take place on November 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. holiday hostel, 10 Laura Blvd, Norwich. Over 70+ artists and artisans. FREE ENTRANCE. Hot chocolate and photos with Santa offered. Sponsors: Holiday Inn, Norwich and Frontier Communications. For more information, visit www.norwichchamber.com/events, call (860) 887-1647 or email: [email protected]

GIVING

S&P Restaurant and Oyster Bar in Mystic donated 20% of its Veterans Day revenue to the Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs. Co-owner Catherine Holland pointed out that many of the restaurant’s employees and customers served in the armed forces.

November 5, nature art village, home of The Dinosaur Place in Montville, made its annual donation to Safe Futures of Southeastern CT, a program that serves victims of domestic violence in New London County. Customers donated $5,000, which was matched by Nature’s Art Village.

Jewett City Savings Bank Foundation awarded grants totaling $32,500 to eight local food pantries. Grants in the amount of $5,000 each were awarded to stock pantry shelves at Interfaith Human Services of Putnam, Thompson Ecumenical Empowerment Group, Inc. (TEEG), and Saint Mary Food Pantry in Jewett City. The Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center, Inc. (PNC) received $5,000 to pay for gas for two PNC vehicles used for pantry pick-ups/deliveries and a handicap-accessible van used for free transportation for seniors.

Two grants were awarded to Project Pin Food Pantry, Inc. – a $5,000 grant will fund their new food delivery service, plus a $500 grant awarded in recognition of former Jewett President and CEO City Savings Bank, Kevin Merchant.

Friends of Assisi Food Pantry in Danielson received $3,500 and the Jonnycake Center in Westerly received $2,500 to stock the pantry shelves. United Way of Southeast Connecticut, Inc. received $1,000 for Griswold High School’s mobile pantry.

This year, the Foundation awarded 73 grants totaling $116,000.

The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub raised more than $387,000 for local Boys and Girls Clubs in New England and Upstate New York at the company’s annual Boys and Girls Clubs fundraiser held in October. All 101 Ninety Nine restaurants participated in supplying assistance to 59 local chapters.

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