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Fuel bank given a boost by 'Cold Homes, Warm Hearts' walk

Published 1:34 pm, Sunday, January 27, 2013

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Members of New Milford High School's  United Way Youth Leadership group show the way during New Milford Social Services' annual "Cold Homes, Warm Hearts" five-kiolmeter walk around the village center.  The Jan. 13 event benefited the community fuel bank. Among the NMHS students shown here are John Vazquez, Eric Vazquez, Gabe Hack, Hugh Sichel and Greg Hansel. Photo: Trish Haldin
    'Cold homes, warm hearts' Members of New Milford High School's United Way Youth Leadership group show the way during New Milford Social Services' annual "Cold Homes, Warm Hearts" five-kiolmeter walk around the village center. The Jan. 13 event benefited the community fuel bank. Among the NMHS students shown here are John Vazquez, Eric Vazquez, Gabe Hack, Hugh Sichel and Greg Hansel. Photo: Trish Haldin

 

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The annual "Cold Homes, Warm Hearts" 5K/walk through the New Milford village center was held Jan. 13 to raise funds for the community fuel bank.

Donations may be made payable to Community Fuel Bank and dropped off at Social Services at the Richmond Citizen Center.

For more information, call New Milford Social Services at 860-355-6079 or the senior center at 860-355-6075.

Photography by Trish Haldin