The PTAs of Miller-Driscoll, Cider Mill, Middlebrook, and Wilton High School were thrilled to accept a generous donation of $46,000, which will be split evenly among each PTA from The Turnover Shop. The Turnover Shop has been a long-standing supporter of the schools and these funds go to support student enrichment programs. Donations of clothing, furniture, household goods, shoes and books to The Turnover Shop primarily benefit the Wilton PTAs and Visiting Nurse Services. In addition, The Turnover Shop accepts consignments designated for other non-profit organizations such as Class Projects, WHS Band, Theater Department, Sports Teams and many other groups. So come in to make a donation and stay to shop! For anyone looking for a wonderful volunteer opportunity, contact Dawn Padovan at – times are flexbile, even once a month commitments are available. Located to the lower left of the Village Market, the Turnover Shop accepts donations when open, Monday thru Friday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.  and Saturday 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

Pictured above are schoolchildren Brendan Morrissy (T), Eli Patania(H), Mason Patania(A), Noah Patania(N), Lucy Shultz (K), Luke Thornton (Y), Annabelle Shultz (O), Noah Thornton (U), and in the back left to right are Turnover Shop volunteers Ritva Ruskevitch, Anne Stratton, Sandy Schmidtt, Turnover Shop president Sharon Sobel, Hillary Morrissy (Middlebrook PTA), Vanessa Vaccari, Amanda Patania (Cider Mill PTA), Dawn Padovan and Tammy Thornton (Miller Driscoll).