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January 2010 Three Kings Day at Eastern Connecticut State University

Little Angels Program donated 30 brand new bicycles sponsored by:

Connecticut Light & Power, Lindsay Parke

Yankee Gas

Bank of America

Guilford Smith Trust, Carmen Britt

 




West Hartford Policeman Bill Norton along with Pat Noonan and Donna Allen load bicycle donated to the Little Angels Program.



Little Angels Program delivered bicycles to a family in Hartford.

The bicycles were sponsored by

Northeast Utilities

to

Cierra Audifre, Sheniah Gonzalez, Johnny Feliciano and Kristina Feliciano.


Karolina Fucikova

Bonnie Oliver

and

Frank Tainor

donates bicycles to the Little Angels Program


Willimantic Police Officer Josh Clark

Chief Maruzo-Bolduc

and

Sergeant Jack Reed

of the Willimantic Police Department  donate bicycles

to the Little Angels Program



Charter Oak Federal Credit Union

donates a $3,000 check to the Little Angels Program.

 

Denise N. Rodriguez & Dee Ann.

Also not in the picture is Keyla Rodriguez &

Kimberly Bartlett Community Relations Coordiantor

who generousely awarded the

Little Angels Program the Grant.



Denise N. Rodriguez is shown in this picture

handing CEO Ed Rivera, of the

Little Angels Program a check for $3,000

on behalf of Charter Oak Federal Credit Union

to give bicycles to the New London and

Windham area.

In the pictures below are:

Denis Rodriguez

Keyla Rodriguez

and

Little Angels CEO

Ed Rivera



CL&P employees from Simsbury

Gail Silvernail - left

Carol Brochu - right

donate bicycles to the Little Angels Program.


The new home of the Little Angels Program

located next to the bicycle trail

The house was donated by:

Roger Morin


At an event put on by the

Willimantic Food COOP

The Little Angels Program donated

6 girls bicycles


Windsor Policman

Dave and Christine Rovich

donate 140 bicycles to

 the Little Angels Program



Arthur Jaques a member of the Tolland Boy Scouts

collected 350 bicycles for the Little Angels Program

Arthur recieved his Eagle Scout Badge.

With the help of

Tolland Bicycle Shop who donated their shop, tools, and expertise

to help fix the bicycles before they were donated.

some of these bicycles went to Middletown, Hartford,

New London, Willimantic and surrounding towns.



Police Officers from East Hampton Police Department

donate 70 bicycles to the Little Angels Program.

Shane Long along with two of his students help to

pick up the bicycles.

 



Two gentlemen from Essex donate 100 bicycles to

The Little Angels Program

the bicycles were given away at the

First Annual Wellness Event In Willimantic



2010 Third Thursday Event.

Director Shane gives away 25

 bicycles at the Annual Third Thursday

Event in Willimantic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shane also does native american

dancing, singing, and story telling.

 

 

 

 

 


June 26, 2010 Little Angels held its

 First Annual Community Wellness Fair.

 

 

At this event the Little Angels gave

away 30 used bicycles and 20

brand new bicycles. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The programs that participated in the

event were: Windham Hospital

(breast cancer program),

Grasshopper studios located in Willimantic,

Weed and Seed program,

Cameo Gardens Youth Program,

Aids Awareness Program,

Youth Outreach Program, WRCC Program,

Local DJs (Chuck Chuck & Pimpy),

Dance Studio with

(Argentine tango, Bacha, Merengen, and Combian),

the Willimantic Twirlers, Middle East Foods,

Local Realtors, Face Art Productions from Willimantic,

Local police Havier Marcado showed up

with the new canine (Sasha),

and the Little Angels Program along with many others.

 

 

 

 


2010 Annual Boom Box Parade.

The Little Angels Program

participates in this parade every year.

 

 

 

Some years Little Angels will

donate brand new bicycles to the

children who come to see the parade.

 

During past parades we

dontaed 20 brand new bicycles after the parade.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


2010 Natchaug Middle School

event that was put on by Barbara

and Mima for children who

excelled during the school year.

 

 

 

Bicycles and the DJ (DJ Pimpy)

were donated by The Little Angels Program. 

 

The Little Angels Program also

donated 40 brand new bicycles at this event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Officer Havier Marcado, Starder

and Leutenant Ray Evens participated

at this event to teach the children bicycle safety.