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as well as food, games, and special events. Prevent Blindness
Tri-State focuses on identifying and preventing sight-threatening
conditions in children and adults through early detection
screening programs.
Quassy Amusement Park is located on Route 64 in
Middlebury, CT. Event parking will be $7. There is a separate
fee for rides, food, and attractions. For more information, call
203.758.2913 or 1.800.FOR.PARK, or visit
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Clinton Clinic Celebrates
Twentieth Anniversary
ost Road Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Clinic,
LLC in Clinton is currently celebrating its twentieth year
in practice. Physical Therapist and Certified Athletic Trainer,
Thomas Pare, is the founder and owner of the Clinic. He spe-
cializes in manual therapy treatments for many problems and
conditions that cause pain and loss of abilities. Thomas works
with clients to develop an individualized treatment program for
reducing pain and restoring function. Therapies offered at the
clinic include cranial sacral therapy, manual lymph drainage,
muscle energy techniques, and more. In his 20 years of practice
in Clinton, Mr. Pare has specialized in treating thousands of
Shoreline area residents who had chronic pain and disabilities
from injuries, disease or dysfunctions. Among the problems he
has helped remedy are: headaches; neck and back soreness;
chronic pain; lymphadema; neurological tenderness; and soft
tissue restrictions and dysfunctions. He looks forward to many
more years in practice helping clients decrease suffering and
restore health.
Post Road Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Clinic,
LLC is located at 246 East Main Street in Clinton, CT. For further
information, contact 860.664.0366, or visit www.postroadphysi- See CRG page 46.
Finding Meaning at New Haven
ew Haven Shambhala invites the public to its First Mon-
day Open House on Monday, July 6 from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
A senior student will present a short talk on a topic related to
meditation and daily life from the Shambhala /Buddhist tradi-
tion. This will be followed by questions and answers and a short
reception. The event serves as part of the group’s desire to share
their diverse programs, which are designed to help people of all
traditions discover their inherent sanity, gentleness and humor.
Additionally, the center will host a talk by Changling Rinpoche
on Monday, July 27 at 7:30 p.m. Rinpoche, a Tibetan teacher
and esteemed meditation master in the Nyingma tradition,
will discuss living a life that is meaningful, without regret. Pre-
registration is suggested.
The New Haven Shambhala Meditation Center is part of an
international community of urban meditation and rural retreat
centers founded by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and now led
by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. They offer ongoing training in
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