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Rizzo's 10th Annual Golf Tournament to Benefit The Arthritis Foundation

Yesterday’s 10th annual golf tournament featured tasty treats and tons of laughs both on the fairways and off. We are currently tallying the total amount that was raised before and during the event, and we can’t wait to share it with you!

In the meantime, check out the photos below!

Photo credit to MangoMayra Photography.

Keystone at Wooster Heights Breaks Ground

Yesterday’s groundbreaking on our senior living community project was a festive occasion; turnout included Mayor Mark Boughton, members of the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce, and those who have already reserved their spots in the new community, as well as members of the Danbury community. The project, the first of its kind in Danbury, comprises 55 apartments those who do not require any living assistance, 63 units for those with varying assistance needs, and 22 apartments for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia who require ongoing monitoring and care. The community will include a library, theater, pub, ice cream parlor, salon and activity rooms.

For more information, go to https://keystoneplaceatwoosterheights.com/.

Bethel Schools Project Ramping Up
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The arrival of the first of 12 temporary classrooms marks an important project milestone of the Rockwell School project. The classrooms will become fully functional over the next 4 to 6 weeks, ready for the start of 2019-2020 school year. The temporary classrooms will hold students from areas being renovated within the building; as an area is completed, the students will move back and another space will undergo renovation with those students moved to the temporary classrooms.

2019 Walk to Cure Arthritis Raises Thousands

This weekend’s annual Walk to Cure Arthritis was a huge success thank to those who donated and spent their time fundraising - while the final numbers are still being tallied, the event was without a doubt a success. Friend, families, and coworkers came from all over the Greater Danbury area to support their loved ones living with Arthritis, and the weather proved to be the nicest weekend in recent months.

The purpose of the Walk to Cure Arthritis is to pursue a cure for America’s #1 cause of disability; one in every four Americans has arthritis, and two-thirds of those affected are under age 65, including 300,000 children. By raising money to find a cure, the Rizzo Companies, working with The Arthritis Foundation, makes more headway through scientific discoveries that bring us closer to a cure.

Click through the slideshow above to see highlights!