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September/October 2015
Help us deliver warm sleepwear
to children in need!
We're sponsoring drives around Connecticut to
benefit Pajama Program, a not-for-profit providing
new pajamas to local children in need, many of
whom are waiting and hoping to be adopted.
We're collecting sleepwear for children of all ages,
from infants to teens 18 years old (up to adult size XXXL).
You can also make a financial donation.
Start collecting now!
Collect new pajamas in a central location at
your office. Encourage staff and clients to join in!
You can download and print a participation
poster at www.ctcpas.org/nyp.
Schedule your pick-up
CTCPA will pick up the items from
November 16 to December 18.
To schedule your pick-up, contact Tyler Losure
at 860-258-0215 or tylerl@ctcpas.org.
In the neighborhood?
You can also drop off donations at
the CTCPA Education Center from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
New and Young Professionals News
W
e're looking to again recognize new and young
professionals (aged 35 and younger) who have
distinguished themselves as emerging leaders
in the accounting profession. Honorees will be featured
in Connecticut CPA magazine's "New and Young Profes-
sionals to Watch" and recognized at the New and Young
Professionals Holiday Party on Thursday, December 10.
Selection of the "New and Young Professionals to Watch"
will be made by a panel of the accounting profession's
leaders based on professional or workplace contributions,
community service, CTCPA involvement, or other relevant
activities. Individuals may self-nominate.
Download a nomination form at www.ctcpas.org/watch.
Nominations must be submitted by Wednesday, October 14, 2015.
Nominate a
Rising Star!
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