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Marven Moss

Community Advisor

Marven Moss has had a long career as a writer and editor including working for the New York Times as well as Brink's Inc., corporate spokesman for 21 years. He was associate editor for both Golf Digest and Tennis Magazine. He is the co-founder of the Monroe Land Trust and Tree Conservancy. He is past president of the Fairchester Communication Council and the Fairfield County Public Relations Association.

Marven Moss's Contributions

  1. Greenwich Nonprofit Awarded $10,000 Grant To Document Clay Artists

    Greenwich Nonprofit Awarded $10,000 Grant To Document Clay Artists

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Marks Project of Greenwich has been awarded a $10,000 grant to document the clay artists of the Southern Highland Craft Guild to be added to a larger database of American studio ceramics working since 1946.This research is supported by a Craft Research Fund grant from The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design, Inc. Both the center and the guild are based in ...

  2. Westport Photographer Draws On Father's Military Past In Making Indy Film

    Westport Photographer Draws On Father's Military Past In Making Indy Film

    WESTPORT, Conn. — In his new independent feature film, “Desolation Angels/Rise of the BOAS,” Westport photographer Jayson Byrd explores the question: “Are we are able to change our fate or is life predestined by the Gods?”The two-hour black-and-white film, a Greek tragedy set in modern times, was shot in more than 30 communities, including Bridgeport, Stamford, Norwalk. Westport, ...

  3. Demonstrations, Re-Elections Highlight Monore Historical Society Meeting

    Demonstrations, Re-Elections Highlight Monore Historical Society Meeting

    MONROE, Conn. -- The re-election of board members and displays of local historical artifacts were the highlights of the Nov. 11 annual meeting of the Monroe Historical Society.There also were demonstrations and presentations about various aspects of local and national history, as well as a report on renovations of the three historical society buildings, at the Edith Wheeler Memorial ...

  4. Monroe Student Improving Trails, Signs For Eagle Scout Project

    Monroe Student Improving Trails, Signs For Eagle Scout Project

    MONROE, Conn. — Thomas Shiskin, a member of Monroe Boy Scout Troop 62, is working on an Eagle Scout project to refurbish the signs and improve the Red and Purple Trails in Webb Mountain Park. The Red and Purple Trails lead to the Goat Rock Lookout, which offers a panoramic view of the Housatonic River Valley. He recently accepted a check to fund his project. His Eagle Scout project is ...

  5. Climate Expert Discusses Salt Marsh Migration In Norwalk

    Climate Expert Discusses Salt Marsh Migration In Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Adam Whelchel, director of science at The Nature Conservancy of Connecticut in New Haven, will discuss the effect of salt marsh migration on Norwalk’s seaside properties at the annual meeting of the Norwalk Land Trust on Monday, Jan. 23, at 7:30 p.m. at the Rowayton Community Center. Whelchel, an authority on ecological restoration and climate preparedness, holds a ...

  6. Westport Photographer Completes Film With Connecticut Actors

    Westport Photographer Completes Film With Connecticut Actors

    WESTPORT, Conn. -- Westport photographer Jayson Byrd -- who has shot everyone from Paul Newman to Bob Dylan to Jean Stapleton and Morris Carnovsky -- recently completed a full-length independent film with 40-plus Connecticut actors on location in more than 30 communities between Ansonia and Stamford.The film is titled “Desolation Angeles/Rise of the BOAS” and features Neal Smith, a ...

  7. Hikers Take Creepy Monroe Historical Fall Foliage Cemetery Tour

    Hikers Take Creepy Monroe Historical Fall Foliage Cemetery Tour

    MONROE, Conn. -- David Solek, Monroe’s park ranger and tree warden, led a group of hikers through a section of the Paugussett Trail in the East Village District on Saturday, Oct. 29, during the Monroe Historical Fall Foliage Creepy Cemetery Tour for Families.The outing covered three other locations on foot and by bus — the East Village Meeting House (est. 1811), the ruin of the Foster ...

  8. Stamford Author Plumbs Dimensions Of Fatherhood In New Book Of Poems

    Stamford Author Plumbs Dimensions Of Fatherhood In New Book Of Poems

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford writer Ken Koprowski’s newest book of poems explores the mysteries, triumphs, magic, humor, pain, and loss that are part of being a son and father. "Fathers, Collected Poems 1973 - 2015" from Ravenswood Publishing, is now available in ebook and paperback editions.The pages of this volume engage all that is human in the reader. Many of these poems ...

  9. Historical Artifacts Unearthed By Firefighter Presented At Monroe Library

    Historical Artifacts Unearthed By Firefighter Presented At Monroe Library

    MONROE, Conn. -- Check out some scandalous history of Monroe, along with newly-discovered Colonial-era artifacts, at a presentation at the Edith Wheeler Memorial Library."Unlocking the Mystery Behind History: Extraordinary Stories From Monroe’s Past" is the   the theme of the free presentation from 1:30-3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 12 in the Ehlers Room. Colonial-era artifacts ...

  10. Monroe Family Tour Focuses On Fall Foliage, Historical Sites

    Monroe Family Tour Focuses On Fall Foliage, Historical Sites

    MONROE, Conn. -- A group of community agencies is combining a fall walk over a short segment of the Paugussett Trail with a look back at the historical intrigue of Monroe’s East Village to create a one-of-a-kind event this weekend. The Monroe Halloween Fall Foliage Creepy Cemetery Tour and Hike for Families will be held on Saturday from 9-11 a.m.The event – co-sponsored by the Monroe ...

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