Meriden Record Journal: Cheshire Lights of Hope continues to draw participants, organizations

CHESHIRE — The Lights of Hope group is planning for its 12th event next month and has enlisted participants on more than 250 streets.

The community fundraiser will take place on Nov. 12 with luminaries placed on streets throughout town, including main roads.

Jenifer Walsh, a Lights of Hope founder, said the group’s iconic “Hope” signs will go up in a few weeks in front of First Congregational Church and near Cheshire High School. Lawn signs will also begin to appear, according to Walsh ... read more

Cheshire Herald: Lights of Hope Debuts New Logo

Cheshire’s Lights of Hope is pleased to debut a new logo aimed at better emphasizing its mission. “It is our intention that the added tag line “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” will reinforce our commitment to support primarily Cheshire community causes,” said Steve Thomas, chair of the marketing committee. Thomas said the organization wanted a subtle change…
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Luminary Award Nominations Now Being Accepted

Cheshire's Lights of Hope is seeking a Luminary Award recipient for 2015. Please help us select the neighbor you feel most embodies the motto of Cheshire's Lights of Hope- Neighbors Helping Neighbors. Send your nominations and descriptions to
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Hello Cheshire Community!

Welcome Cheshire, Connecticut community.  Announcing Cheshire's Lights of Hope new online presence. We welcome your feedback about how we as a community organization can find ways to give back even more to our neighbors... Contact us today to share your ideas.
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