The joys of the season

A Christmas carol sing-along was a popular part of the evening.
Stay at Home in Wilton’s new president, Sally Kirmser, second from left, is joined by guests Rosemarie Malcarney, left, and Dee Smith, and board member Ellen Kapustka, right.
Yolanda Bonomo baked and donated dozens of cookies for the holiday event.
Members Allan and Donna Allers
Members Rita Gresl and Ben Mazzucco
Stay at Home in Wilton Vice President Jeff Miller; RVNA Director of Rehabilitation Services Gigi Weiss; Stay at Home in Wilton incoming President Sally Kirmser; RVNA Director of Homecare Melissa Woodhouse; and RVNA Marketing Director Nancy Rowe .
Guest Debbie Morello, (Member Mary Porrazzo's daughter) photo bombs Member Kay Chann and Carolyn Wissinger
nny Kern with his wife Carol

Debbie Louis photos

Stay at Home in Wilton’s annual holiday party, sponsored by RVNA, brought together nearly 100 members, volunteers and guests for a festive evening of mingling. This event, which has become a much-anticipated tradition, featured a catered dinner capped by an assortment of cookies baked by Yolanda Bonomo.

The Treblemakers were back this year to entertain the group with a lively selection of favorite seasonal songs, including a sing-along of favorite carols. The evening also celebrated two leaders: outgoing president, Peter Dodds, and incoming president, Sally Kirmser.

For more information on Stay at Home in Wilton visit stayathomeinwilton.org or call Janet Johnson, executive coordinator at 203-762-2600.

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