Thursday March 05, 2015
BFMC Offers Writing Workshop & Sports Clinic
Adapted from a Baystate Franklin Medical Center (BFMC) press release:
This month, Baystate Franklin Medical Center’s Oncology Department will offer a free writing workshop, Spirit of the Written Word, for Western Massachusetts residents touched by cancer, and Baystate Rehabilitation Care will sponsor a free sports clinic, Throwing, Rowing, Rackets, Clubs & More: A Sports Medicine Focus on the Upper Extremity Athlete.
Wednesday March 04, 2015
Human Rights Commission Meeting Monday
Adapted from a Greenfield Human Rights Commission (HRC) press release:
The Greenfield Human Rights Commission (HRC) will welcome State Representative Paul Mark on Monday, March 9th, at 6PM, in the Greenfield Town Hall meeting room. Representative Mark plans to speak about his state education reform bill that is pending in the legislature. It's a comprehensive higher education reform bill addressing the issues of student debt, lower overall costs, and enhanced funding for the state's public colleges and universities.
Tuesday March 03, 2015
2015 Dog Licenses are Now Available
Adapted from a Greenfield Town Clerk's Office press release:
The Greenfield Town Clerk’s Office reminds residents that all dogs are required to be licensed by April 1st. Fees are $10.00 for spayed and neutered dogs and $15.00 for males and females. If the dog has not previously been registered, dog owners must present a current rabies certificate and a neutered/spayed certificate from their veterinarian.
Monday March 02, 2015
Free Soup & Games Tonight!
Adapted from a Nolumbeka Project press release:
Don't forget that tonight's beneficiary of Free Soup & Games Night at Hope & Olive is The Nolumbeka Project. Join them at the restaurant, 44 Hope Street here in Greenfield, from 5PM to 7:30PM, for lots of fun and great food while donating to a good cause.
Friday February 27, 2015
Reflections on Black History Month Community Panel
On February 26, 2015, Opeyemi Parham, MD, Greenfield Town Councilor Penny Ricketts, GCC student Kia Burton McLaughlin, writer Julia Ellingboe, and consultant/mediator Jade Barker spent an hour in our studio sharing what Black History Month means to them, how they experience life in the Valley as black women, and how they'd like to see people treat each other in the future.
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Thursday February 26, 2015
NAMI-WM Support Group Changes Meeting Time
Adapted from a National Alliance on Mental Illness of Western Massachusetts (NAMI-WM) press release:
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Western Massachusetts (NAMI-WM) has changed the time of its monthly support group for family and friends of loved ones with mental illness. The group will now meet on the last Wednesday of every month from 6PM to 8PM, at Clinical Support Options (CSO) here in Greenfield.