Community Postings: Cookie sales, new jobs and more
Updated 4:08 pm, Friday, November 4, 2016
Sacred Heart University has named Carmelo Cicero-Santalena director of capital projects. He will manage the expansion of SHU’s campus into the Jewish Home property and oversee construction of the new Center for Healthcare Education.
He comes to SHU from Colliers International, where he was a senior project manager for four years. Cicero-Santalena, who lives in Wethersfield, graduated from the University of Hartford with a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering and construction.
Crawford was formerly senior vice president of client services and operation at Higher One. Crawford has a master’s degree from the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
The Maritime Aquarium has named Fairfield resident Tina Tison director of marketing.
Tison was a managing director for Propeller Media, an affiliate of Water Cooler Group. She also worked at Norwalk-based ad agency Media Storm, working on campaigns for FX, Food Network and ABC Family. Earlier in her career, Tison worked at Grey Worldwide and Young & Rubicam in New York. She is a graduate of Washington and Lee University.
Get your cookies!
Girl Scouts in Connecticut will be hosting statewide cookie booths at a variety of locations starting on Nov. 5 until Nov. 13, with special booths set up for Election Day on Nov. 8.
Fairfield Woods Middle School, 1115 Fairfield Woods Road, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Stratfield Elementary School, 1407 Melville Ave., 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Dwight Elementary School, 1600 Redding Road, 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Fairfield Warde High School, 755 Melville Ave., 6 a.m. - 8 p.m.
At the Election Day Booth Sales, cookies include favorites such as Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Do-si-dos, Trefoils and Savannah Smiles. sale dates and times are subject to change. Go to gsofct.org and click on the “Looking for Cookies” button for updated booth information.
Many of the booths will offer customers the opportunity to support Girl Scouts of Connecticut's Cookies for Heroes Gift of Caring program. Cookies are a wonderful way to thank our service women and men who serve overseas and at home.
Caroline Wolstenholme initiated the drive after personally experiencing pediatric trauma followed by a lengthy wait in the emergency department while awaiting treatment from a specific surgeon who was en route. In an effort to alleviate mounting fear and anxiety for children facing the same, the senior hopes to provide each and every pediatric trauma patient at Bridgeport Hospital with a story book distraction that they can later bring home.
The drive ends Nov. 12. The community is encouraged to donate new or gently used books for children in need.
Drop box locations include:
The Fairfield YMCA, 841 Old Post Road;
The Fairfield Recreation Center, 75 Mill Plain Road.