By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR >> Thanks to the efforts of Seymour Middle School’s Student
Council and a town charity, a local man diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic
cancer will be able to take his family on a trip of a lifetime to Disney
The Student Council held a community breakfast last month which was attended
by more than 300 people. The event, dubbed spring’s “Unfrozen” breakfast, was a
way to welcome spring in the theme of the popular Disney movie, “Frozen,” and
featured the lovable snowman character, Olaf.
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