Monday, March 4, 2013

"expects the town to embrace Today's Special"

The idea is alive and work remains to be be done according to this article in the Milford Daily News:
In fact, Carlucci has already picked a name: Today’s Special. The restaurant, she hopes, will provide crucial job opportunities for young adults with special needs amid an engaging, vital social environment. 
"It’s important for a lot of reasons," she said. "I feel like young adults with special needs really live a separate life from other young people, and I would really like to blur the lines between them." 
She added, "Once they leave school … the opportunities really go away — social opportunities and employment opportunities. We are looking to give them a place to go and work. Not everybody is going to want that social type of job, but some do..."

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The Horace Mann Educational Association holds their major fund raiser in May. The 12th Annual Independence Day 5K Run and the Independence Day Walk, Roll and stroll are scheduled for May 19th. For more information on this event please visit

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