ASAP's Community Mural Project, drawing students from Torrington, earns ...


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TORRINGTON —The Washington Depot-based After School Arts Program (ASAP) has received two grants from the Wayne M. Gnazzo and Family Fund at The Community Foundation of Northwest Connecticut, Inc. The grants, made in memory of Mr. Gnazzo's mother, ...
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