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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.

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  1. 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 ...

  2. 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 ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. Greenwich Expert Compiles Decades Of Data Online On Ceramics, Pottery

    Greenwich Expert Compiles Decades Of Data Online On Ceramics, Pottery

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Greenwich's Martha Vida, a ceramics and pottery collector and a onetime interior designer, has converted a lifelong interest in the arts into a treasure trove of Internet information. Vida has established the Internet’s first free searchable database for American studio ceramics and pottery produced since the end of World War II. The end results is called "The ...

  6. Stamford Picnic Supports Veterans, First Responders

    Stamford Picnic Supports Veterans, First Responders

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- An afternoon of food and fun to show support for U.S. military veterans and first responders affected by post-traumatic Stress Disorder is planned for Sunday, Oct. 1, at Cove Island Park in Stamford.There is no charge to those with service ID, and public donations are accepted. Dan Karger, the organizer of the first PTSD Warriors Cove Island Picnic, said the day is ...

  7. Norwalk Land Trust Features Discovery Day At Farm Creek Preserve

    Norwalk Land Trust Features Discovery Day At Farm Creek Preserve

    NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Land Trust is hosting Discovery Day, a free afternoon of fun and entertainment for the entire family, on Saturday from noon-4 p.m. at the Preserve at Farm Creek.The event will feature master falconer Brian Bradley conducting a one-hour demonstration of outdoor flight by falcons, hawks and other predatory birds beginning at 12:30 p.m.The show, “Skyhunters in ...

  8. Mishkan Israel Camp In Stamford Completes 37th Season

    Mishkan Israel Camp In Stamford Completes 37th Season

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- The Mishkan Israel Day Camp in Stamford concluded its 37th season with accolades from the campers and their parents. The camp provided nine weeks of activities from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays for boys and girls from and Fairfield and Westchester Counties. A typical day covered swimming with instruction at the YMCA pool, computer time, theater and song, arts and ...

  9. Norwalk Land Trust Acquires Site For New Meadow Space

    Norwalk Land Trust Acquires Site For New Meadow Space

    NORWALK, Conn. -- A 1.2-acre property in Norwalk’s Broad River neighborhood has been acquired by the Norwalk Land Trust with plans to convert the open space into a meadow for butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. The acquisition on Wood Acre Road off New Canaan Road (Route 123) is the 28th property in the NLT inventory, totaling 90 acres of protected open space. Brightview Senior Living ...

  10. Expert To Talk About Benefits Of Tree Canopies At Monroe Library

    Expert To Talk About Benefits Of Tree Canopies At Monroe Library

    MONROE, Conn. -- A discussion on the importance of tree canopies will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the Edith Wheeler Library in Monroe.The discussion begins at 6:30 p.m. and registration begins on Aug. 13. Click here to register on the library website. This program is presented by the Monroe Conservation & Water Resources Commission with the support of the Monroe Land Trust and ...

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