News of Spark's role co-leading the local effort to secure Innovation Places status in the state of CT for the mouth of the Thames River inclusive of New London & Groton generated two articles in the Day newspaper.
The first about the effort and the second reporting out about the public presentation that Hannah Gant and Susan Froshauer from CURE Innovation Commons led at a Special Meeting of the Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition's New London Roundtable on Wednesday August 31st.
Thank you Carolyn Battista for a great article about Spark in the May 2016 edition of Ink Magazine.
Special shout out to Vinnie Scarano who took the amazing spread of pictures and helped make the connection happen.
The Day newspaper writing about Spark moving into the first floor of the historic El N Gee building at 86 Golden St, longtime home to the El N Gee nightclub.
Early article about Spark by Colin Young in the New London Day newspaper: “Community center with tools” could spark New London’s creativity.