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20190425: Class of 1973 Coeducation Panel as part of Women at the Summit (Shana Sureck Photography)

Continuing its celebration of 50 years of coeducation, Trinity College held a reunion for the Class of 1973, the college’s first four-year coeducational class. From left, from the Class of ’73, Diane Brown, Joyce Krinitsky, Karen Fink Kupferberg and Patti Mantell-Broad. (photo by Shana Sureck)

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On May 15, the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new education and visitor center planned for the historic 18th-century campus in Wethersfield. From left, Webb-Deane-Stevens executive director Charles T. Lyle; former Gov. Dannel P. Malloy; the past and current presidents of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in Connecticut, Charbra Jestin and Judy Rowley; and architect Robert Paladino. (photo by Jay Anderson)

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In May, Arts for Learning Connecticut celebrated 40 years of bringing arts in education to the state’s schools, libraries and community centers at the “Spring into the Arts” gala at The Woodwinds in Branford. From left, ALC’s incoming executive director, John-Michael Parker, and retiring executive director, Eileen Carpinella, and Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz. (photo by Triple 7 Photography)

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Browngrotta Arts’ exhibition Art + Identity: An International View, featuring work from more than 50 international artists, took place April 27-May 5 in Wilton, with a charity event and private viewing on May 3 to benefit Our Woven Community, a program to provide legal, social and other assistance to refugees and immigrants. From left, artists Wendy Wahl, Judy Mulford, Dawn MacNutt and Helena Hernmarck. (photo courtesy of Browngrotta Arts)

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More than 500 supporters helped raised over $925,000 to benefit pediatrics and women’s health at Greenwich Hospital’s Under the Stars benefit, held at the Riverside Yacht Club in May. The event featured a silent auction and was headlined by the band 98 Degrees. From left, Katie Fong Biglin, Andrea Sinkin Jaffe and Jennifer Turano. (photo by Elaine Ubiña)

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From left, Brad, Olivia, David and Antonella Walker at Greenwich Hospital’s Under the Stars benefit. (photo by Bob Capazzo)

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