Friday, April 10, 2015

In the News: Pellegri to retire, Dean focuses on respectful community

Longtime town clerk Deborah Pellegri announced that she would not be seeking re-election this November, marking an end to 30 years on the job. 
Pellegri made the announcement shortly before swearing in Teresa Burr as assistant town clerk Thursday morning. 
"(Burr) has worked in the office for the last five years as assistant to the town clerk," Pellegri said. "We felt now was the time (to make her assistant town clerk). She has the experience, and is ready to take on the responsibility." 
Burr will be the first person to hold the assistant town clerk title for several years.
Continue reading the article in the Milford Daily News

Dean College this week contributed to the national effort to stop cases of sexual assault on college campuses, hosting a series of anti-violence events focused on creating a more respectful community. 
The college recognized NASPA — Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education's campaign, “Enough is Enough” - which aims to promote peace and reduce violence among students. Dean has taken part in “Enough is Enough” week (April 6 through April 10) since 2010. 
The campaign touches on all forms of violence, but the rise of college sexual assaults has brought the issue to the fore.
Continue reading the article in the Milford Daily News here

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