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Stephanie Cinque

  • Snapshot: Stephanie Cinque

    Occupation: I’m the founder and executive director of the Resiliency Center of Newtown, since 2013. Prior to that, I was a forensics social worker for the State of Connecticut Public Defenders.

    Family: I have a son, Chase, who is 8, and a daughter, Alexis, who is 6.

    Pets: We have a dog, Sammy. He is a Shih Tzu-Lhasa mix, and just 4 years old.

  • RCN Art Therapy Is A Splash

    Resident and artist Dave Brooker’s cheeks and hair bore rainbow splashes of paint. His hands, white smock, and shoes also carried a slash of red, smudge of blue, and random dabs in many colors as he led children through an afternoon of art in his Newtown studio late last week.

    With several Resiliency Center of Newtown (RCN) members on hand, a group of children visited on March 6 and squinted behind goggles as they grabbed up paint brushes and threw paint at the walls, overhead, and in wet swaths across the floor.

  • Resiliency Center Events To Include Anniversary Celebration

    The Resiliency Center of Newtown (RCN) will celebrate its first anniversary on September 23.

  • Multiple Organizations To Present ‘A Day Of Shared Experience’

    Six community organizations have come together to present “A Day of Shared Experience,” Saturday, May 31, from 9:15 am to 2:30 pm, at Walnut Hill Community Church, 156 Walnut Hill Road in Bethel.

  • Resiliency Center To Celebrate Its Work And Its Future With An ‘Evening Under The Stars’

    Artist Dave Brooker, standing at left, supervised an art project on April 18 that gave children the opportunity to create a large group painting. The art will be sold, in smaller pieces, during a gala fundraising event for The Resiliency Center of Newtown on May 2.

  • Workshops, Class Preview At Resiliency Center

    UPDATE: Please note this article has been corrected to reflect the correct start time of the March 18 Positive Discipline introductory class.

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    The Resiliency Center of Newtown has added two events to its schedule, both coming up within the next week. A new series of classes will also begin within the week.

  • Successful Music For Newtown Auction Means Programs For Resiliency Center

    Stephanie Cinque, founder of The Resiliency Center of Newtown (RCN), and Beth Bogdan, who organized two Music For Newtown auctions, on February 1. The women were packaging the items that had sold during Ms Bogdan’s second annual auction, which this year served as a fundraiser for RCN. Ms Bogdan is holding a guitar signed by the members of Florida Georgia Line.