News

IFP Program Honors Longtime Partner

On January 21, 2016, the Intensive Family Preservation program held an appreciation lunch to honor Beverly Truebig. Staff members were able to share stories with her of the many lives she has impacted during her time working as part of our team. Bev Truebig has been a partner with Klingberg’s Intensive Family Preservation Program since… Read more »

Jimmy Greene Nominated for Grammy Awards

We are delighted to announce that Jimmy Greene’s album Beautiful Life has been nominated for two Grammy Awards: one for Best Jazz Instrumental Album and one for Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals for the song “When I Come Home.” The album was inspired by Jimmy’s daughter, Ana Marquez-Greene, who was one of the children killed… Read more »

School Talent Show

Raymond Hill School held its winter talent show on December 16th. Twenty-four acts were performed by students and staff who put on an entertaining show for an audience of classmates, family members, and Klingberg staff. Crowd favorites included a student singing an original song called “My Life,” an elementary student’s high-energy tumbling act, a comedy… Read more »

Run 4 Fun Club

The Run 4 Fun club is an initiative begun in the Raymond Hill School to improve the elementary school students’ transition from the bus to the school day. Kids were entering school with extra energy and having difficulty starting the day smoothly. After observing the chaotic mornings, Stacy Cerbone (RHS Occupational Therapist) and Jerry Carter… Read more »

Klingberg’s WWII Veterans

During World War II, mothers with sons serving in the military would hang a flag with blue stars to represent each family member in active duty. A gold star signified one who had given his life in service to his country. Klingberg had one of these flags to honor those who entered the military from… Read more »

Business After Hours

Last week we had the privilege of hosting the Greater New Britain Chamber of Commerce for a Business After Hours event on our campus. We had a great time connecting with area businesses, showing our History Museum, and sharing about how we seek to help children and families. The event was a unique opportunity to… Read more »

Trick or Treat!

This afternoon, the staff and administrators on our New Britain campus enjoyed handing out candy to costumed elementary school students from Raymond Hill School and children from our Extended Day Treatment program. For those whose jobs do not routinely involve interacting with the youth we serve, this was a special opportunity to meet some of… Read more »

The Potato Donations

There are many stories from throughout Klingberg’s history of how the generosity of friends and strangers has supplied the needs of the children in our care. One remarkable case is that of the farmers in Maine who donated from their potato harvest every year for 40 years! In the annual report of 1911-1912, Rev. John… Read more »

Wayne Carini & Klingberg

You may have noticed Wayne Carini’s name appearing frequently in Klingberg News. For example, he and his dad (and now his daughter) have been the Grand Marshals of the Klingberg Vintage Motorcar Festival since 2011, and he co-hosted The Big E’s Collector Car Experience earlier this month, which we also participated in. “Who is this… Read more »

Dr. Girelli Featured by The Pita Group

Our friends at The Pita Group recently featured Dr. Steven Girelli, President/CEO of Klingberg Family Centers, in their “In the Pocket” video series. You can view the video below.