Rep. Stephanie Cummings joined kindergarten, first and second graders at SS Peter & Paul School during Catholic School Week to talk about teamwork and helping others. During the visit, Rep. Cummings read “Swimmy” by Leo Lionni to the class.
Spoiler: Swimmy is the eye!
She also shared her school motto from when she attended Catholic School while growing up, “Work Hard and Be Nice.” Words that work for any generation.
Tomorrow, January 27, the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) will be teaming up with local health departments to administer free/low cost flu vaccinations.
As the flu continues to spread across the state, DPH strongly encourages all residents 6 months of age or older to get vaccinated.
Please click here to access a full list of times and locations of Flu Clinics in your area.
Stay safe and healthy this winter by taking advantage of this great opportunity.
State Representative Stephanie Cummings (R-74) on Tuesday joined Veteran’s Count CT’s Steve Dunkle and Tonya Tollefsen to deliver cases of food and water, personal care items and clothing to the St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Waterbury.
The donations, collected during a November Stuff a Humvee drive organized and hosted by Rep. Cummings at the Reidville Drive Stop and Shop, were distributed to veterans and shelters across the Greater Waterbury area. Tuesday’s delivery to the Merriman Culinary School / Soup Kitchen was the final distribution from that event. Hundreds of veterans and residents-in-need benefitted from the donations.