Rocky Hill Parks and Recreation Department Pushes For 26 Acts of Kindness

Chris S. Rusack is taking a cue from Ann Curry's call after Newtown shooting.


In an effort to make Rocky Hill a better community and to honor the victims of the Newtown tragedy the Rocky Hill Parks and Recreation Dept. has adopted Ann Curry’s 26 Act’s of Kindness in Town.

The Department, led by Chris S. Rusack, the town's recreation supervisor, is asking all participants to register at: Cora J. Belden Library, Rocky Hill Youth & Family Services or Rocky Hill Parks & Recreation by Valentine’s Day to participate.

By doing so you are committing to doing 26 acts of kindness (big or small) by Memorial Day Weekend 2013. You are asked to then turn them in to one of the participating departments. We will read as many as we can during the intermissions at our Summer Concert Series.

As the Parks and Recreation Department's first act of kindness participants will be given a free T-shirt at time of registration on a first-come, first-serve basis. We suggest you start on Valentine’s Day and ask that one of your first acts be to recruit at least three people to participate in this program.

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