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Connecticut CPA
September/October 2017
As part of the CohnReznick CARES program, team members participated in the
firm's third annual Week of Caring this spring. Volunteers hosted a bingo game at
the Northend Senior Center in Hartford, provided landscaping cleanup of an over-
grown vegetable garden and visited with residents during a picnic at the Depart-
ment of Veterans Affairs in Rocky Hill, weeded and planted vegetables in 13 raised
beds at the Chrysalis Center Railway Gardens, and painted and landscaped at Tara
Farm in Coventry.
Thomas F. Scanlon, a partner with Borgida &
Company, with offices in Manchester, Storrs,
and Niantic, recently made a presentation to
an enrichment class of sixth graders at Frank-
lin Elementary School in North Franklin. The
class introduces students to The Stock Mar-
ket Game, the basics of researching/choosing
stocks, and how to trade in The Stock Market
Teacher Matt Walsh had requested Tom's pre-
sentation through SIFMA's "Invest It Forward"
program, which connects educators and class-
rooms with financial industry professionals
and firms to promote youth financial capability
across the U.S. It is an industry-wide financial
education and capital markets literacy initiative
convening financial firms that are committed to
giving young Americans a solid understanding
of the capital markets system.
CohnReznick CARES Week of Caring Benefits
Four Local Organizations
Scanlon Speaks to Local Sixth Graders About Investing, Capitol Markets
Thomas Scanlon speaks to an enrichment class of sixth graders at Franklin Elementary
School in North Franklin.