Our Coffeehouse is open every Tuesday morning at 9am. It is located at the Killingly Community Center, 185 Broad Street, 2nd floor, rear entrance. Doors open at 8:30am and the program starts at 9am. The morning Coffeehouse is open to VETERANS ONLY due to limited seatimng.
The Evening Coffeehouse is the first Tuesday night of every month located at St. John's Lutheran Church, 190 Wauregan Rd (Rt 12) in Danielson, CT. The evening program is open to veterans and spouse and ONE GUEST.
Locations, dates and times may change in the future so plese check this web site ir our Faceboob page at Danielson Veterans Coffeehouse.
Locations, dates and times may change in the future so please check this web site or our Facebook page at Danielson Veterans Coffeehouse.
Interfaith Human Services of Putnam R.E.A.C.H.'s out to Restore lives through Education and Empowerment of individuals, to Actively respond to the needs in our community, to be Compassionate towards others, and to Help those around us who are in need or in transition by sponsoring, funding and facilitating programs and projects that address these needs in Northeastern Connecticut.
Established in 2005, Interfaith Human Services of Putnam [IHSP] is an all-volunteer, 501c3 non-profit charitable organization that oversees the operation of the Daily Bread Food Pantry, Pathways 2 Success, the NU2U Clothing Closet, the Diaper Bank of NECT, Fuel/Heating Assistance and Homelessness Support/Prevention & Rental Assistance. They also provide Thanksgiving baskets and support for the Town of Putnam Summer Food program. It is a testament to the extraordinary giving nature of people in Northeastern Connecticut that they are able to operate with an all-volunteer staff. Simply put, they are really just an old-fashioned neighborhood helping to wrap their arms around our friends and neighbors in need and volunteering to help provide them a hand during tough times.
Amelia Earhart’s fearless, adventuresome spirit leads to hair-raising rides down her homemade roller coaster, and she is enthralled with the wonders of the new “flying machines” during a family vacation to the Iowa State Fair.
As she matures, she is fulfilled by her work as a nurse’s aide and begins to consider a career in medicine. This idea “flies out the window,” however, when she pays a pilot $1.00 to take her up for a short “hop” in his plane. From then on, the science of aviation becomes her passion as flying becomes her career.
She follows her dreams with an indomitable spirit, and her story will inspire everyone to pursue their own budding interests, whatever they may be, and will also reinforce the importance of family, respect for others and individuality. At St. John's Lutheran Church at 7pm. Open to veterans and their families ONLY.
The topics to be covered in this presentation will include online security (how to maintain a reasonable level of computer security), cell phone security, and how to recognize scams and attempts to obtain your personal identifying information. Actual fraudulent documents will be used during the presentation to discuss tactics used in these scams. Items to be discussed include: robo calls, computer protection/security, most dangerous words, unsolicited emails, tax season scams, credit card/debit card and similar offers, your credit report Tom has been a member of International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators (IAFCI) since 1989 and Tom was instrumental in developing the Association’s Certified Financial Crimes Investigator program. Tom has presented his fraud prevention programs nationally for the American Bankers Association and America’s Community Bankers, and is a frequent speaker on the topics of identity theft and Internet fraud for community organizations. He is also an .