Our company as well as its employees take an active interest in their communities. Here's to us and each of them.
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Monitor Controls, Inc. Sponsors American Cancer Society Relay
Deborah Sokol, our CFO & her daughter, Emily were co-chairs of the Durham/Middlefield event.
Monitor Controls, Inc. Helps Children in Regional School District #13
Monitor Controls, Inc. realizes that the children of today are the leaders of tomorrow. We recognize that children need every chance afforded them. For that reason we proudly sponsored the Memorial School basket raffle at the Durham Fair.
In addition we provided funding for the Frank Ward Strong School Project
Graduation and the Brewster/Korn PTA. In addition to Regional District #13
we have advertised for the Choate Rosemary Hall sports teams as well as Maloney
High School band.
Monitor Controls, Inc. has sponsored Durham/Middlefield/Rockfall Girls Softball and Boys Baseball teams for over 15 years.
Coginchaug Little League Girls has a 4 year sponsor in Monitor Controls, Inc. The team of girls has been headed up by team manager, and Monitor Controls, Inc. Operations Manager, Jason Sokol with the help of two fellow coaches and friends John Yale and Craig Gervais, all of whom strongly believe in teaching the art of teamwork along with having great fun. Recently, the girls advanced from minors to majors and team Monitor Controls, Inc. lead by coach Dom Delvecchio won 1st place in the league. You Go Girls!
Girl Scout Troop 568 Receives Corporate Sponsorship from Monitor Controls, Inc. for 7th Consecutive Year
Junior Girl Scout Troop 568, made up of 5th graders at Memorial Elementary School in Middlefield receive donations throughout the school year from their corporate sponsor Monitor Controls, Inc. The troop is lead by Monitor Controls, Inc. Chief Financial Officer Deborah Sokol with the help of her friend Kim Stockdale who both believe in teaching youngsters that the value of hard work will make them the successful leaders of tomorrow.
The troop has received donations for shipping costs when the girls sent gifts to our troops overseas. They have also donated supplies such as glue sticks, paper goods and compact discs for projects throughout the year.
The girls are currently working on their Bronze Award, the 3rd highest award in Girl Scouting, for which Monitor Controls, Inc. has donated supplies as well.
Donations are made each year to selected organizations & towns throughout Connecticut.
- Hillstead Museum
- ARC of Southington
- Oak Hill
- American Legion
- Church of the Resurrection
- Branford Animal Shelter
- SS Peter & Paul
- Durham Heights aka Yeshiva of Waterbury
- Curtis Farm
- Most Holy Trinity Church
- Wallingford Veterans Museum
- Wallingford Silver Museum
- CT State Police Museum