Financial advisor \u2018Forty Under 40\u2019 selection Sean Flynn, a financial advisor with Essex Financial Services, Inc., has been named to the Fairfield County Business Journal\u2019s \u20182021 Forty Under 40\u2019 list Flynn is a financial advisor in the Southport office of Essex Financial. ConnectFairfield holds Scavenger Hunt ConnectFairfield held a Scavenger Hunt Kickoff Celebration, St. Patrick\u2019s Day, March 17, at the business, Olive My Stuff, 39 Sanford St., in Fairfield. The hunt ends March 31. Tickets are $30 per family, participants will receive a virtual goodie bag via email with more than 50 discounts and promotions from local businesses. A portion of proceeds from ticket sales benefits the St. Baldrick's Foundation in honor of Fairfield's Team Teddy. The Scavenger Hunt offers socially distanced fun, and a combination of trivia, photo and video challenges that test people\u2019s knowledge about local retailers, restaurants, landmarks, and history using the Eventzee phone app. More than $4,000 in prizes from dozens of local retailers, restaurants and services will be awarded to the team with the most points, plus additional prizes for specific categories. Visit www.connectfairfield.com for more information. Egg hunt back at CT Audubon in Fairfield\ue8e1 The Connecticut Audubon Society\u2019s annual Egg Hunt returns April 3. The event will take place at the Society\u2019s Center, 2325 Burr Street, in Fairfield. Festivities will include family activities, socially distanced visits with a special rabbit, healthy snacks and a spring take-home craft. The program will be held rain or shine. People who are interested in attending are reminded to bring a basket. Society members are $10 per child and $5 for an adult. Non members are $15 for a child and $6 for an adult. Pre-registration is required at www.ctaudubon.org\/2021\/03\/egg-hunt-save-the-date\/. Puppy Love Spa and Boutique open Puppy Love Spa and Boutique, has opened at 1125 Post Road, in Fairfield. The business recently held a grand opening. Event marks businesses\u2019 anniversary A ribbon cutting ceremony was recently held for Outdoor Design & Living, and Fresh Flower Bar, 1301 Bronson Road in Fairfield. The day, March 10, was also the one year anniversary of the businesses opening. Education foundation hosts fundraiser Fairfield Foundation for Education\u2019s is hosting another Eat In \u2022 Kids Win fundraiser on March 23 and 24. Visit www.FairfieldFFE.org to view the menus for the event, and order meals. Contact email@example.com to volunteer to drive as part of the event. Aurora\u2019s, at 1603 Post Road East, and Centro, at 1435 Post Road East, have developed special prix fixe menus for those two days. In addition to meal pickup at the restaurants or delivery to people\u2019s home\/business (between 5 and 7:30 p.m.) on the designated days, volunteers will also be delivering meals to each school at afternoon dismissal, for teachers and staff only, many of whom live out of town. Fifty percent of the proceeds from these orders will be given to the FFE, which provides grants to Fairfield public school teachers whose objectives are to enrich the curriculum with new, and original ideas and stimulate learning opportunities for their students. Actor hosting event Trinity Episcopal Church\u2019s Spiritual Center in Southport will host a free, livestream event, \u201cReclaiming Grace in the Face of Adversity,\u201d on March 21 at 3 p.m. Anna Deavere Smith, an actor, playwright and educator, will address how the topic has heightened meaning during the coronavirus pandemic. Smith\u2019s presentation will have a series of live monologues drawn from her one woman shows, a moderated discussion, and an interactive Q&A session. No affiliation with the church is necessary. Registration is required at www.tinyurl.com\/trinityevent Call 203-255-0454 with questions. Fairfield awarded grant from United Way Fairfield has been awarded a $4,000 COVID-19 Relief Grant by United Way of Coastal Fairfield County to support Fairfield\u2019s residents impacted by the pandemic. The grant follows previous supports provided to both the town, and the nonprofit organization, Operation Hope in spring 2020. The grant provides emergency assistance for food, rent, utilities and critical bills to help keep families in stable homes. Save the Children receives $1 million gift Save the Children, a nonprofit based in Fairfield, has received a $1 million gift from the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation to support the humanitarian organization\u2019s continued efforts to combat child hunger across rural America. With the help of partners such as the foundation, who previously donated $500,000 in 2020 to Save COVID-19 response efforts, Save the Children has helped prepare and deliver nearly 21 million meals since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.\ue8e1 Women schedule food drive Three Fairfield women, Daly, Heather Dubrosky and Alexis Harrison, who started community food drives at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March, 2020 will hold their 27th food drive, March 20, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Sherman Green in downtown Fairfield, and will honor those who have been affected by COVID-19. The food drive will benefit Operation Hope\u2019s food pantry which provides more than 123,000 meals a year to those in need. Each month, Operation Hope provides food to more than 200 families, including 100 children. They will be collecting grocery gift cards, cash donations, canned stew, cooking oil, salad dressing and mayonnaise, pasta side dishes, bottled juice, quinoa and other healthy grains, pie crust mix, pancake syrup, honey, coffee, tuna fish, canned meats, canned mushrooms, olives, artichokes, species, sauces and marinade.