Robin Gniadek has worked to develop and maintain a Camp Owner Directory with as much, or as little, information as owners want to provide. In the event there was a problem with a site, the owner can then be contacted more easily. While we have a great network of friends in the campground, it's sometimes difficult to reach the right person in situations. If you would like to be included in the Directory, which will only be provided to Camp Owners who participate, please contact Robin directly at Rgniadek@charter.net.
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Michele Ann Palulis
Helping people in the quiet corner and beyond.
About Michele Ann Palulis
Attorney Michele Ann Palulis - serving the Quiet Corner and beyond with friendly compassionate legal services for you and your loved ones. Attorney Michele Ann Palulis is a lawyer serving the Quiet Corner and beyond with a general practice encompassing most areas of law, concentrating her practice on Elder Law, Title XIX Planning & Application, Probate Matters, Estate Planning (Wills, Living Wills & Health Care Directives, Powers of Attorney, etc.), Personal Injury, Issues of Social Service, and many, many more areas. Please call for your free telephone consultation or to set up an appointment to discuss your legal matter. Attorney Palulis is a member of the Connecticut and Federal Bar, and a participating lawyer in the Hyatt Legal Services network and Work Place Options network. She also currently services in the volunteer position of Municipal Agent for the Elderly for the Town of Eastford, Connecticut.
In 2016 Meadowside added a fenced-in garden area in the large field. Garden boxes measuring approximately 4' x 10' are available, as well as non-boxed available space. Each gardener will be responsible for the clearing, preparation, maintenance and harvesting of their garden plot. All garden plots have access to a water supply, and the garden box area is enclosed in chicken wire to assist with the successful growth of vegetation. Two additional boxes inside the fencing were added in 2017. Let's hope for a great gardening season in 2018!