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When asked about how she felt about her daughter taking her exams, Insha mother Afroza Bano broke down. Looking at Insha dark goggles and wiping her own tears, she said, there to feel? not the first time that a pellet victim has taken the board exams. Several partially blinded pellet victims wrote their Class 10 and 12 board exams in November last year and passed with flying colours.
May 12, 2014Central Connecticut Senior Health Services, SouthingtonThe huge exhibit in the lobby of Mulberry Gardens of Southington on Earth Day, April 22 was something new but the employees’ commitment to the ‘green initiative’ has been in place for years, even before it was fashionable, according to Rennold Hanson, director of engineering.Representatives from Dietary, Nursing and Housekeeping created their own department displays to inform and educate visitors, residents and employees about the dozens of steps that have been taken to reuse, recycle and protect the environment at the facility and, ultimately, in their own homes.Mulberry Gardens, a not for profit assisted living, adult day and memory care community located at 58 Mulberry Street in Plantsville, has been steadfast in its mission to “do the right thing, for the right reason, at the right time.” The Green Committee has taken up the charge.”Everyone on staff is not only doing their part here but in their own personal lives,” said Perry Phillips, Mulberry Gardens executive director. “It has been amazing to see what a team can do and how powerful we can be.”Initiatives include environmentally friendly cleaning products, motion sensor lighting, energy saving refrigerators and dishwashers in the kitchen, single stream recycling, the elimination of foam cartons, redemption of returnable cans and bottles and much more. “We’re being good stewards of the environment,” Hanson said.He noted that “conservation doesn’t cost anything,” referring to simple steps such as turning off lights when leaving a room and setting the appropriate water level in the washing machine.