According to this organization's pamphlet, it's "not what we give, but what we share." Designed to help Naugatuck and…More Beacon Falls residents in need, the food bank provides temporary aid--and is not intended for long-term assistance. Area churches from all denominations are responsible for its operation and no paid staff is employed. Anyone interested in utilizing the food bank can be referred by a clergy person or a local social service agency.</p>
<p>In 2009 alone, the food bank served 6,655 people offering nearly 60,000 meals to 420 families. Residents interested in volunteering can contact their local clergy. Those interested in donating can leave donations at one of the sponsor churches, contribute to community food drives or drop off during food bank hours. Nonperishable foods are needed, such as peanut butter, jelly, juice, canned vegetables and fruits, and pasta and sauce.</p>
Big Y 85 Bridge St, Naugatuck, CT06770 Big Y is a family-owned supermarket. The Bridge Street location has been open since 1994 and is operated by Sal…More Fazzino. With nearly 200 employees, the store not also has a Wells Fargo Bank on the premises along with a bakery and butcher shop. Additionally it features a Blockbuster Video dispenser with DVD rentals for a dollar.
Holy Saviour National Catholic Church, located right next to the Prospect School, has stood in its current location…More since 1957. The church holds the distinction in Naugatuck of being part of the Polish National Catholic Church, which is a Catholic and Apostolic institution - one that is not in communion with the much larger Roman Catholic Church. The PNCC does not recognize the primacy of the pope, although dialogue exists between the two churches.</p>
<p>Under the ministry of Rev. Pawel Dudek, the Church partakes in several local charities, including the Ecumenical Food Bank and the Harvest Moon Festival. It also hosts a number of events, including a healing service, "Taste of Poland," among others.</p>
Cross Street Intermediate School was, for decades, a elementary school that served children from the kindergarten to…More 5th grade. The district reconfigured in 2002 and Cross Street became an intermediate school for grades 5 and 6, although it is technically still classified as an elementary school through the state.</p>
<p>The school offers instruction in math, language and sciences among other faculties. Students partake in several programs, including DARE, programs presented by the National Guard, charity for the victims of Hurricane Katrina, "Hats for Haiti" and donations to the Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank.</p>
<p>The current principal is Christopher Montini. He can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.</p>
While the Naugatuck Congregational Church has been a member of the United Church of Christ since 1961, its history in…More the borough stretches back much further. Founded as the Ecclesiastical Society in 1773, the first church group gathered in 1781. Today, this parish holds regular Sunday worship services at 8:30am and 10:15am. It also is involved in the community, partaking in charitable activities such as New Beginnings and the borough's Ecumenical Food Bank. Church members also participate in a variety of outreach ministries, including international trips to conduct mission work in third world countries.</p>
Salem Lutheran Church sits on a hill just above the intersection between routes 63 and 68 in Naugatuck. While there…More is access and parking on Salem Street, there is also a stairwell that leads up to the church from Route 63.</p>
<p>Built in 1856, the church has a congregation that stands today at around 150. Members partake in many charity events, including the Crop Walk, New Beginnings and the Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank. There is also a vacation Bible school, which is held on Wednesdays at 7 pm.</p>
The All-American Valley General Store 16 Bank St, Seymour, CT06483 Located near the highway, train station, small homes and apartments, The All-American Valley General Store offers local…More and organic produce, such as butter, cheese, honey and eggs, as well as farm-fresh breads, pies and pastries that are exclusively available on the weekends. In addition, the store is fitted with a cafe open on the weekends that features salads, soups, coffees, teas and other beverages and foods. The All-American Valley General Store is owned by Kimberly Dulka, who has lived in Seymour for four generations. Her wish is for the store to be a focal point for the community, a place for live music, knitting and gardening lessons, among other activities.