Tag Archives: nonprofits

Out and About

Joanne Sciulli was a student when she first came to New Haven, but now, 17 years after founding the nonprofit Solar Youth, she’s a teacher, and her classroom is nature. …

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Garbage People

EcoWorks

“Garbage can be fun.” So say the folks at EcoWorks, and the proof is in the salvaged wares they’ve packed into bins, baskets and boxes around the organization’s Creative Reuse Center in Fair Haven…

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Kids on the Block

Randi Rubin Rodriguez

Just north from where Dixwell Avenue meets Goffe and Whalley, a long, red brick building with blue window frames keeps an otherwise low profile. What signage it has is oblique: a marbled stone…

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Game Changer

Julie Greenwood, Squash Haven

Squash is a lot like tennis, only… squashed. The court is less than a third the size, and instead of having separate sides, opponents have to share every inch of the playing surface. The time between shots is condensed,…

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Beat It

Kelly Turner Cole of The C.H.A.I.N. Fund

Kelly Turner Cole spent two decades serving the public as a New Haven police officer. Eventually becoming a trainer of new recruits, before that she spent years policing the Beaver Hills area.…

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