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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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Children Advocacy Center 6th Annual Hope and Healing Breakfast

Children Advocacy Center 6th Annual Hope and Healing Breakfast

The Children Advocacy Center of Franklin County and North Quabbin, Inc. held a fundraising breakfast to hand out awards to outstanding individuals for their work helping children

It Takes a Village

April 24, 2018

This year's auction is just 1 week away & you don't want to miss your chance to help Greenfield Kiwanis Club members serve Franklin County.  Tune in to Cable Channel 15, WHAI 98.3FM, Bear Country 95.3FM, or GCTV.org on May 1 & 2 to support them.

COOP Concerts Coming Soon!

Adapted from a COOP Concerts press releases:

The 14th season of Coop Concerts at Greenfield's Energy Park (50 Miles Street) will begin on May 25th at 6PM.  Since the park opened in 2004, this free community concert series has been a Thursday evening tradition for Franklin County's music lovers, and talented musicians, and makes great use of its comfortable, family friendly, setting.  Musical styles include folk, country, string bands, singer/songwriter, bluegrass, Americana, Celtic, comedy, rock, pop, and Zydeco.

A Couple of Quick Updates

First of all, we're so glad that the ceiling fixture in our studio is no longer coming apart and that the problem was not as big as we feared.  It turns out that the decoration is made out of plaster, not bronze, so it does not weigh hundreds of pounds.  Once the guys from Mowry & Schmidt got up there, it didn't take them very long at all to inspect the area and pronounce it sound.  Then they made short work of bolting the hanging piece back in place.  As you can see from this picture, there are no more scary shadows:   

An Eventful Week

In addition to their regular duties these last few days, our staff members dealt with a power failure in the WMCB live radio studio, helped the Greenfield Kiwanis Club prepare for its telethon in May, and covered a variety of special events in town.

Greening Greenfield Needs Your Support

Adapted from a Greening Greenfield press release:

It's that time of year again! Greening Greenfield's Annual Appeal campaign will come to its end on December 16th and the organization needs your help in order to continue its efforts to build a more sustainable community.  The group's positive, solution-oriented, presence in Franklin County enriches the lives of both residents and visitors to our Green Community.  

Mmmm Eat Your Fill This Weekend!

Adapted From a Greenfield Recreation Department press release:

The Riverside Blues, Brews, & BBQ Festival, held under the iconic Poet’s Seat Tower, returns for its 6th year on Saturday & Sunday, October 8th & 9th.  “We love to showcase one of the gems of Greenfield- Beacon Park.  It is a wonderful place, with the surrounding mountains and Poet Seat Tower standing above” says Greenfield Recreation Director, and event organizer, Christy Moore.  “It is especially beautiful at this time of year with all of the changing foliage.”

News from Your Local United Way

Adapted from a United Way of Franklin County press release:

In addition to donations, our local chapter of the United Way is looking for volunteers to read to children and/or become Court Appointed Special Adovocates (CASA) for them.  A new session of the preschool reading program began earlier this month and there will be a CASA information session in town on Monday.

Still Time to Register for Wheeling for Healing

Adapted from Baystate Franklin Medical Center (BFMC) press releases:

Registration is still open for the 9th annual Wheeling for Healing bike/walk/run benefit on Sunday, August 21st, that will start and end at Greenfield Community College (GCC).  The event features 3 different rides:  a 10-mile route through the Greenfield meadows; a moderate 25-mile ride through Bernardston, Gill, Turners Falls, and Greenfield; and a challenging 50-mile route that goes up into the hills of Warwick and Wendell.  The walk/run course includes the GCC campus as well as neighboring streets, all within safe, low-traffic, areas.

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