Quinnipiac University’s Tau Rho Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, an international honor society for nursing, recently presented $248 and four supermarket carts full of food to the North Haven Food Bank as part of its annual community service project.
Rhea Sanford, associate clinical professor at Quinnipiac’s School of Nursing, and president of Sigma Theta Tau International Tau Rho Chapter; Barbara Glynn, assistant professor in the School of Nursing and treasurer of Sigma Theta Tau International, Tau Rho Chapter, presented the donations to Daniel Riccio Jr., welfare administrator for the Town of North Haven, Community Services and Recreation; and the Rev. Scott Marrow, senior minister, North Haven Congregational Church.
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