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Look for Cramer & Anderson at New Milford Trunk or Treat

Trunk or Treat New Milford, CT, 2023, Cramer & Anderson law firm participatingCramer & Anderson’s flagship office in New Milford is participating in the town’s Trunk or Treat event Saturday, Oct. 28, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., a major Halloween celebration that draws hundreds of guests and families for trick-or-treating in a parade-like procession around the Green.

The firm’s “trunk” is a tent in front of the office at 51 Main St., where Partners Jennifer Collins and Lisa Rivas hand out candy and treats.

They dressed up as two of the Sanderson Sisters, the witches from the films “Hocus Pocus” and “Hocus Pocus 2,” last year, and this year’s theme is Super Mario Bros. Stop by the tent to see what they come up with.

In addition to the trick-or-treating, Trunk or Treat will also feature the Thriller Flash Mob (of zombies) in the middle of the Green. Main Street on both sides of the Green will be closed for the event.

Parks and Rec is accepting donations of full bags of unopened candy through Oct. 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Parks and Recreation Office (2 Pickett District Rd.), Town Hall (10 Main St.), and the Senior Center (40 Main St.).

Trunk or Treat New Milford, CT, 2023, Cramer & Anderson law firm participating

Trunk or Treat 2022: Partners Jennifer Collins, left, and Lisa Rivas delighted visitors to the Cramer & Anderson booth as Sanderson sisters from “Hocus Pocus.”

“Last year’s Trunk or Treat was amazing, and we love being part of the New Milford community,” said Attorney Rivas, who lives in New Milford and practices Immigration Law.

“We haven’t seen any ghosts in our New Milford office but given that the building is roughly 230 years old, you never know,” added Attorney Collins, who thrives on helping clients in her Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation, and Social Security Disability practice.

The firm’s New Milford office is in the historic Elijah Boardman House, built between 1793 and 1796 for the prominent businessman and U.S. Senator Elijah Boardman, who operated a dry goods store next door. There was even a brick tunnel connecting the house to the store.

According to “Edith Newtown’s New Milford,” published by the New Milford Historical Society, the house remained in the Boardman family into the 1930s and was purchased by Cramer & Anderson in 1973.

About Cramer & Anderson

Cramer & Anderson provides sophisticated legal services, close to home, with regional offices in New Milford, Washington Depot, Kent, Litchfield, Danbury, and Ridgefield. For more information, see the firm’s website or call the flagship office in New Milford at (860) 355-2631.


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