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Opinion: Norwalk ACTS director’s weekly shout outs

Anthony Allison

Anthony Allison is the executive director of Norwalk ACTS.

Shout Out to Fairfield County’s Community Foundation (FCCF) for building stronger communities and serving as a leader and a catalyst for change in Fairfield County for the past 25 years. In celebration of its 25th Anniversary, FCCF is hosting a series of 25 minute webinars on the 25th of each month, designed to spark discussions and launch us into the next 25 years. On Monday, September 25 at 4 pm, Kate Ritter, Associate Director of Norwalk ACTS will be the featured guest, speaking on the topic, Investing in our Future by Combating Summer Learning Loss. Click here to register and join the conversation.

Shout Out to the Norwalk Early Childhood Council (NECC) for its continued work in our community on behalf of children and families. This week, the Council launched a Text Alert Program for families with young children to receive pertinent information. Learn more about how to sign up. The Council is also inviting the community to participate in the creation of the Norwalk Early Childhood 2018-2021 Strategic Plan through Listening Tour meetings, scheduled throughout the city on September 25, 26 and October 11. Spanish translation will be available. Learn more.

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