The Town of Guilford recently received checks totaling $5,750 as a result of residents taking advantage of the residential energy audits, which were offered in a town-wide letter from First Selectman Joe Mazza back in May. The money will go to the Guilford Social Services Fuel Fund, which assists Guilford families in need. It's not too late to participate-the audit program is on-going, and every audit brings money to the town's fuel fund. For more information, visit www.ci.guilford.ct.us and click "Energy News for Residents" on the Energy Task Force page. Shown here receiving the check on behalf of the town are First Selectman Joe Mazza, Geoff Bye of the Guilford Energy Task Force, and Guilford Social Services Director Tammy DeFrancesco.