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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Massachusetts' Film Industry

At the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast on May 23, 2014, Lisa Strout, Director of the Massachusetts Film Office in Boston, described how location decisions are made, the outreach that her office has done to the film and television industry, and what film/tv productions can do for a community.

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See The Art of Industry Exhibit this Weekend

Adapted from a Museum of Our Industrial Heritage press release:

On Saturday, June 7th, from 10AM to 4PM, the Museum of Our Industrial Heritage will host a special exhibit, The Art of Industry, with an artist’s reception on Friday, June 6th, from 5PM to 8PM.  Admission is free.

Two Film Fests Call for Entries

Adapted from multiple press releases:

Attention local filmmakers of all ages!  The Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) is looking for high school students to enter their competition and the short shooting schedule No Film Film Festival is back for a third go round.

FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Coping with Change

At the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast on April 24, 2014, Rob Peck of Zestworks presented a program entitled  "Never Mind My To Do List, You Should See My Didn't Do List", showing "how humor helps us cope with constant change and still stay sane", to the local business community.  Prior to Mr. Peck's performance, new UMass Football Head Coach Mark Whipple briefly introduced himself and spoke about his team.

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Auction Supports People with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Adapted from a The United Arc press release:

On April 12th, help The United Arc celebrate its 13th Annual Spring Auction from  4-7pm at Greenfield Community College, in the Cohn Family Dining Hall.  All proceeds benefit critical support services for people in Western Massachusetts with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and their families.  Suggested admission is just one non-perishable item for The United Arc's food pantry.

Top 10 Reasons we Didn't do a 2014 April Fools' Video

First, our abject apologies to those fans who dedicate the first few minutes of each April Fools' Day to checking www.gctv.org for our latest round of goofiness.  We're very sorry that we didn't put together an April Fools' video this year, but we have some really good excuses, uh, we mean reasons:

Fun, Food, & Friends

March 25, 2014

Free Soup & Game Night has become an institution at the Hope & Olive Restaurant.  Join us there on Monday, April 7, 2014, for yummy soups, lots of games, and great raffle prizes.

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It's Our Turn

February 24, 2014

GCTV is proud to announce that we will be the beneficiary of Hope & Olive Restaurant's Free Soup & Game Night on April 7, 2014!

New "Parents Supporting Parents" Group Starting

Adapted from The Salasin Center press releases:

The Family United Network (FUN), part of The Salasin Center, is proud to announce the formation of a new, ongoing, support group for parents, beginning February 12, 2014.  Participants will meet on Wednesdays from 1pm to 2:30pm.  This group will be facilitated by Lynn Norwood & Melissa O’Malley, who have been providing The Nurturing Families 16 week program through The Salasin Project & The Recover Project.  Parents Supporting Parents is free to attend and offered to all parents & grandparents in the community.

Winter Carnival 2014 is Here!

Woo hoo!  It's a beautiful day, lots of people are out and about, and the ice carving competition is underway.

Our intrepid staffer Jimmie spoke with some of the sculptors and you can watch his interviews on our homepage later today. 

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