The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) presented its highest accolades to Granby residents Tim and Deb Lenihan at its Annual Volunteer Awards Reception in March. The Lenihans were chosen to receive the Volunteer of the Year Award because of their unwavering dedication to raising funds to help accelerate cystic fibrosis (CF) research.
Jonathan Harris, a lawyer, former state Consumer Protection Commissioner, former Mayor of West Hartford and a Democratic candidate for the 2018 Gubernatorial race spoke with Susan Patricelli-Regan, host of CT Valley Views to outline his view on what is needed to re-invigorate the State. Harris, who says on his website, “I’m the only candidate in this race who is the proven progressive problem solver.
Stop & Shop of Granby recently presented a check to Farmington Valley Visiting Nurse Association in support of the Granby Food Bank. Stop & Shop cashiers often ask customers if they would like to donate to various causes, and the food bank is one of the fortunate recipients.
It seems like the norm in human medicine is to see your family physician for a health issue but if the problem is the least bit complicated then a referral to a specialist follows. In the veterinary world the general practitioner manages most of your pet’s medical problems. There are, however, complicated cases that require specialists and veterinarians will recommend a consult with a specialist.
It is easy to find information in the newspaper or popular magazines about the incidence and devastating effects of Alzheimer’s Disease. We also see TV commercials for medications that may help to slow the progression.
Locals looking for catering services, take-home meals or an intimate dining experience have a new option to explore with The Whisk, a business established in Connecticut for over 40 years, that has just relocated to 335B Salmon Brook Street in Granby. Owner, Sarah Cowles-Gentile, is a Granby mother of two.