A series of entries designed to capture the ongoing adventures of NINA! See how we came to be where we are today, and follow along as we enter the new century of social media!Page: 2
The Green Committee of the Asylum Hill Neighborhood Association and the Friends of Sigourney Square Park organized a Green Energy Fair for today that included exhibits on green energy alternatives.
The house is beginning to resemble its old self.
Some efforts at getting blue sky in the background at 847 Asylum, plus pigeons sunbathing.
Mike Stockman and Bob Rosenberg have been working on framing a new door for the third floor, while Ramon Martinez has been installing more windows. Ramon gave us our first look at the new stain glass window in place.
The new floor plan is begiinning to take shape.
It was a beautiful day, and so I stopped by 52 and 54 Huntington Street on my way back to the office to take some photos of their front yard gardens. These make a great addition to the street and complement the garden up at 102 Huntington.
Andy Daly came back again today to volunteer, and he came with Chris Young of Travelers. Chris, like Andy, has volunteered with us many times in the past but also not since the pandemic began. They worked with our crew on interior framing.
Members of the legal team from The Hartford came over today to volunteer at 847 Asylum Avenue. The group was organized by Andy Daly, president of our board of directors, and it was also organized as part of The Hartford’s annual Day of Caring. This is the first time The Hartford has had its Day of Caring since 2019 due to the pandemic, and it was good to have them back.
After the hard work that the volunteers from Trinity College and Travelers put in, it seemed worthwhile to take a look around at what has been accomplished so far. One shot includes some found wallpaper, and some interior framing has begun up on the third floor.
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