ECHO Membership includes: 30-page ECHO Resource Guide, Newsletter subscription and E-mail list
for the latest information on MCS Issues
Make checks payable and mail to ECHO, Inc. Call for low income membership.
ECHO is a 501c-3 organization and all contributions are tax deductible.
ECHO SPECIAL GIFTS
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ECHO thanks the following members for their membership renewals: Beverly Stantial, Linda Sauerman, Judith Puhalski, Tony Langhbehn, Jean Geir, Barbara Doebelle, Lynn Stevenson, Karen Hunt, Joyce Kowalczyk, Rosetta Vigourneau, Patricia Quigg, Dr. Kenneth Roy, Laura Neeb, Agnes Jonas, Laura
Greaves-Strom, Cheryl Weiner, Beverly Ricks and Joe Urciuoli.
We welcome the following new members and thank all for their support: Gwen Whitaker, Priscilla Musto, Carrie Young, Inez Williams, Taryn Phelan and April
Carlisle. And "thank you Friends" for the kind donations: Gail Giordano,
Gwen Whitaker, Alison Johnson, Doris Nowak, Peggy and Tom Wolff, Cheryl
Weiner and Karen Rose .
MAY ,2007 - MCS AWARENESS MONTH
May 3 - ECHO Display and MCS Videos from 9 am- 4pm at the Concourse in the
Legislative Building on Captial Avenue, Hartford.
May 1 - ECHO 15th Anniversay Dinner Meeting. (Nancy Bartons Home, Call ECHO for diretions. )
SNET COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
want to help ECHO painlessly? SNET will donate 5% of all you calls to ECHO.
Sign up for Community Connections today. Call 1-899-635-7638 and tell them
you want your money to go to ECHO. Or call ECHO for an application. Please
call today or sign up on the Internet at http://www.snet.com/community
ECHO thanks the following people for signing up for Community Connections:
Mrs. Nellie Wysocki, Jerome and Elaine Tomko, Tracy O'Donnell, Paul
Mikkelson, Bruce and Pam Feathers Joyce Lodola, Agnes Jonas, Rosetta
Vigoureux, Carolyn Mullen, Caroline Stevenson, Jerome J. Tomko, Tracy
O'Donnell, Gordon Parmelee, Abraham Wiener, Judith Puhalski, and Elisabeth
Levy, Joyce Kowalczyk and Daniel Simao!!!!!
OIL CO-OP MEMBERS BEAT THE HEAT
Citizen's Oil Co-op announced that their members on average have saved
about 20 to 30 cents per gallon on heating oil. The Citizen's Oil Co-op
price averaged 82.9 for the first week in December. The state average was $
1.11.9. The Citizen's Oil Co-op is open to all residents of Connecticut
and is currently serving all counties, except Litchfield County. For
additional information, contact Citizen's Oil Co-op at 860-561-6011 or
www.oilco-op.com. If an individual joins and names ECHO as the referral
group, ECHO will receive $5 of the $10 startup fee charged to join the co-op.