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PUBLICATION TEAM Publisher | Anthony Serino Content Coordinator | Bruce Deckert Designer | Rachel Wood Feature Photographer | Amy Geigner ADVERTISING Contact | Anthony Serino Phone | 860-305-4065 Email | FEEDBACK | IDEAS | SUBMISSIONS Have feedback, ideas or submissions? We are always happy to hear from you! Deadlines for submissions are the 25th of each month. Go to www and click “Submit Content.” You may also email your thoughts, ideas and photos to: Any content, resident submissions, guest columns, advertisements and advertorials are not necessarily endorsed by or represent the views of Best Version Media (BVM) or any municipality, homeowners associations, businesses or organizations that this publication serves. BVM is not responsible for the reliability, suitability or timeliness of any content submitted. All content submitted is done so at the sole discretion of the submitting party. © 2018 Best Version Media. All rights reserved. EXPERTCONTRIBUTORS To learn more about becoming an expert contributor, contact BVM at or 860-305-4065. PLUMBING / HEATING / COOLING Jason Brusa Beacon Mechanical Service 860-844-0111 | URGENT CARE / OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE Dr. Stephen A. Kei, M.D. The Doctors Treatment Center 860-653-2382 INSURANCE / INCOME STRATEGY PLANNING Jesse Skirvin J. Skirvin Insurance Solutions Phone 860-217-0810 | FAMILY / COSMETIC / PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY Dr. Kenneth Endres Salmon Brook Dental Phone 860-653-4551 HEALTH / WELL-BEING Kristal Fiorentino, I-AYT The Om Within LLC 702-523-0274 SENIOR LIVING / HEALTH CARE Christine M. Looby The Mercy Community 860-570-8400 PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE Spring at last! With warming days nature awakes with new growth and promise. The reassuring flow of the seasons comforts the mind and soothes the soul. Research has shown that spending time in nature has real, quantifiable health benefits, both mental and physical. Visiting a forest can boost your immune system, lower your blood pressure, reduce stress, improve your mood and increase your energy level. Studies indicate that children exposed to the natural world show increased self-esteem and, in some cases, significant improvement of the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Nature provides a calming influence and helps children to concentrate. For your own health and that of your family, it's a great time to take a hike. Granby offers more than 8,000 acres of land permanently preserved through the efforts of the Granby Land Trust, McLean Game Refuge, the Town of Granby and the State of Connecticut. Hiking trails crisscross much of this town. Check out this month's feature on the McLean Game Refuge — truly a community treasure. Meet Connor Hogan, McLean's new Refuge Director, and learn about all the refuge has to offer. McLean Game Refuge includes some of the oldest and largest forest areas in the state, encompassing over 4,000 acres. Visitors are encouraged to hike, trail run, snowshoe and cross-country ski on miles of trails and unpaved roads. You can even ride horses in designated areas. We've also included a large map of the trails to help plan your outing. I'll close with a quote from noted American naturalist John Muir: “Everybody needs beauty ... places to play in and pray in where nature may heal and cheer and give strength to the body and soul alike.” So go ahead and enjoy the outdoors — we all could use a little healing and good cheer. Sincerely, Anthony Serino, Publisher | 860-305-4065 Like us on FB | Granby Living - Best Version Media DIGITAL WORKFLOW // COMPUTERS // NETWORKS // DIGITAL SECURITY subseven Supporting the Farmington Valley Locally Owned 860.653.6630 GRANBY LIVING | 3

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