Laurel House to recognize O’Dea

By New Canaan Advertiser on April 26, 2017
 
Laurel House Inc., a nonprofit organization in Stamford, will host its annual Champions for Recovery Dinner Dance on Saturday, April 29, at The Delamar, Greenwich Harbor.

Laurel House’s 2017 Champion for Recovery is Randi Silverman, co-founder and CEO of The Youth Mental Health Project and award-winning screenwriter and producer of the feature film, No Letting Go.

State Rep. Tom O’Dea (R-125), who represents New Canaan and Wilton has been chosen as Town Champion for those towns in recognition of his work in the General Assembly, as a litigator and as a community volunteer. O’Dea is a ranking member on the legislature’s Transportation Committee. He was also a member of the New Canaan’s Town Council from 2005 to 2013 and in his free time coaches New Canaan youth football, baseball and basketball.

The other 2017 Town Champions are: Kate Larson, Darien; Nancy von Euler, Norwalk/Southport; Jack and Sharon Feighery, Stamford; and Dan Woog, Westport.

To purchase tickets and obtain more information, call 203-324-7735 or visit 501auctions/laurelhouse.

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Laurel House provides resources and opportunities for people living with mental illness to lead fulfilling and productive lives in their communities throughout Fairfield County. 

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