2017 GNBBA New Britain High School Scholarship Award
Your support goes a long way to help others
The Prudence Crandall Center, located in New Britain, is the oldest domestic violence program in Connecticut and the second oldest in the nation. It offers comprehensive services such as counseling, housing, education, and transitional services and support to women, men, and children who are victims of domestic violence. It is the only domestic violence program serving Berlin, Bristol, Burlington, Kensington, New Britain, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington, and Terryville. For more info: www.prudencecrandall.org
(Shown above during check presenting ceremony from left to right)
Claudia Barbieri (GNBBA Secretary), Stephen F. Cashman (GNBBA President), Barbara Damon (Prudence Crandall Center Exec. Director), Stephen L. Managan (GNBBA Vice-President), Judge Arnold W. Aronson (GNBBA), Arlene Greco (Prudence Crandall Center Dir. of Services)
also present...Maryann Drennen (Prudence Crandall Center Mgr. of Spec. Events and Comm), Michael F. Romano (GNBBA)
This photo is from a presentation by the Greater New Britain Bar Association on December 13, 2011, to Central Connecticut Association for Retarded Citizens (CCARC) of New Britain. The check was presented to Anne Ruwet, CEO of CCARC and is from money raised by the GNBBA during 2011.
(The photo shows from left to right) Attorney Claudia Barbieri, GNBBA Secretary, Attorney Stephen Mangan GNBBA Vice-President Elect, Anne Ruwet, CCARC CEO, and Attorney Ken Speyer, GNBBA Treasurer.
New Britain Youth & Family Services
On December 19, 2011, the Greater New Britain Bar Association presented a check to New Britain Mayor Timothy E. O'Brien, Jr. for the New Britain Youth and Family Services toy and coat drive. The funds were raised by the GNBBA during 2011.
From left to right are: Attorney Stephen Mangan, Attorney Stephen Cashman, Mayor O'Brien, Attorney Claudia Barbieri and Attorney Ken Speyer.