Westfield Bridge Club Results 8/17/17
North/South: 1st: Dorothy Kowalowski & Judy Fiore; 2nd: Vi Martinell & Cindy Fullerton; 3rd: Candy Pennington & Nancy Gay
East/West: 1st: Barbara Conlin & Priscilla Gover; 2nd: Grace Pietrogallo & Ann Kousch; 3rd: Janet O’Brien & Cindy Healy
Duplicate is played Thursday afternoons from 1:00 – 4:00 at The American Inn in Southwick. All players are welcome.
Westfield Farmers’ Market
The Westfield Farmers’ Market takes place on the lawn of the Church of the Atonement, 36 Court Street, from noon to 6:00 pm every Thursday thru October 6, rain or shine. Music all day, sponsored by the Westfield Cultural Council. Cooking Demonstrations at 3:00 . Thanks to a generous grant from an anonymous donor, SNAP customers receive an additional weekly match up to $5.00 when they purchase tokens at the Market table with their SNAP EBT card.
Congregation Ahavas Achim Hebrew School
Congregation Ahavas Achim of Westfield has spaces open in its Hebrew School starting for the next school year in September for third through seventh grades. The Hebrew School meets weekly on Mondays from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Support for the program is provided by the Jewish Endowment Foundation of Western Massachusetts, a division of the Jewish Federation of Western Massachusetts, Inc. For more information, call Andy at 569-1148.
Tuesdays on the Trail
Join the Friends of the Columbia Greenway for a casual ride on the trail. Riders will meet at 6pm at the Main St. trail ramp (Stop & Shop) for a ride to Shaker Farms and back. If riders prefer a shorter distance, they may turn around at any point and head back. Similarly, if riders prefer a longer distance, they may continue further south on the trail. These rides will occur each Tuesday evening during July and August.
CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars part of Amazon Smile
CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars is set up as an eligible charity in Amazon Smile. If you use Amazon, we would appreciate it if you would make all your purchases through Amazon Smile because CSF will get a percent of all purchases made. It only takes a minute to setup your account.
– Go to www.smile.amazon.com
– Box at bottom right of screen “Pick your own charitable organization”
-Type CSF Westfield and then click the Search button
-Click the Select button next to our organization name
Looking for 1968 High School Graduates
Reunion planners are collecting updated contact information for all members of the three Westfield high school classes who graduated in 1968: St. Mary’s High School, Westfield High School and Westfield Vocational High School. We need email addresses, postal addresses and phone numbers. Email your information to the official reunion email address: email@example.com, or call Helena Mochak at 413-562-3254. And please pass this request to any classmate, near or far, who may not see it here. The combined 50th Reunion will be held September 1, 2018 (next year!!) at East Mountain Country Club. A save the date postcard will be mailed this coming September 1.
The classes of 1968 have held several mini reunions in recent years, all advertised via email or word of mouth. Thus, the planners are looking for email addresses from as many classmates as possible. The next mini reunion is November 4, 2017 at East Mountain Country Club. Get us your email address so we can send you the details.
North Hall Arts Festival announces 2017 season
The North Hall Arts Festival in Huntington, Mass. announces its 2017 season with twelve public events from late May through September. Presented by the North Hall Association, the performance series is made possible by the Westfield News Group and the Daily Hampshire Gazette, along with support from the arts councils of Chester, Huntington, Montgomery, Russell, Westhampton, and Worthington.
In September, the popular area piano-clarinet duo Jerry Noble and Bob Sparkman (jazz-swing) returns to North Hall on September 10, Sunday at 2 pm.
The Old Country Road Band ends the season with old-time vintage country and bluegrass on Sunday, September 17 at 2 p.m.
Events include two free open-mic music jams, art exhibits, and meet-the-artist receptions. Some events are free or by donation. Admission to ticketed events is from $10 to $15 at the door. Student/youth admission is free for all events. All performances take place at Historic North Hall, 40 Searle Road (off Route 66), Huntington. The performance space is wheelchair-accessible and air-conditioned. Complete information including a calendar of events with dates, times, and admission costs is posted at www.northhallhuntington.org and Historic North Hall on Facebook. Telephone queries may be directed to North Hall at 413–667-5543.
Southwick Public Library Children’s Room Events
August 23, 3:30 p.m. LEGO Club K-2
Allen Bird Club August Birding Trips
The Allen Bird Club has a number of birding trips in August and anyone interested is invited to participate including beginners. Bring binoculars if you have them. Go to the club website at www.allenbirdclub.org, click on Field Trips/Upcoming Trips/August to find out the details and leader contact information. A 3-hour trip is scheduled on Saturday, August 26, in the Longmeadow and Agawam area, to look for songbirds and water birds. Participants should meet at Pynchon Point Park on River Road in Agawam at 7:30 a.m. For leader information, again go to the website. There will be an evening watch for migrating Nighthawks at Longmeadow Flats late in August, with the date to be announced. Participants will meet at the sign on Bark Haul and Pondside Roads in Longmeadow at 6:30 p.m. Those interested need to check the website regularly for the exact date or call the leader whose contact information is in the website.
WHS Freshman Orientation
Westfield High School, invites all incoming freshman, new and transfer students and their parents/guardians to attend Freshman/Parent Orientation on Wednesday, August 23, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. This will be an opportunity to get acquainted with the school and programs that are offered at Westfield High School.
‘Weight Watchers’ Senior Center Group
Beginning on August 23, the Westfield Senior Center, 45 Noble Street, will be the host site for a twelve-week Weight Watchers pilot program. Meetings will be held on Wednesday afternoons from 1 to 2 p.m. The cost is $156, paid in advance, which averages $13 per session. Meetings consist of a weigh-in and discussion of a particular topic lead by the group facilitator. Weight Watchers products will also be available for purchase. If you have an interest in participating in such a group, please contact Senior Center Program Director, Mary Lou Niedzielski, at 562-6435.
Westfield Athenaeum – Ice Cream Social
Children and teens are invited to celebrate the end of the summer at an ice cream social at the Westfield Athenaeum on Friday, August 25. Drop in anytime between 2-3pm. Kids under age 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Please let us know you are coming by registering for this event online at westath.org or call us at 562-6158 x 5.
Stanley Park Hosts “Pathways to Colonial Times”
Stanley Park of Westfield, MA, invites you toour annual fundraising event, “Pathways to Colonial Times,”on Saturday, September 9th from 5:00pm to 8:30pm in the Beveridge Pavilion. Guests will enjoy hors d’oeuvres, delectable stations and desserts, catered by The Delaney House, a live and silent auction while Sarah the Fiddler strolls playing songs of yesteryear. The Westfield High School Show Choir will also be performing. As a private, non-profit organization, Stanley Park relies on fundraising to support upkeep, community programming and improvements to the park. The proceeds from this event will be help restore our Colonial-era buildings around the Duck Pond – the Wheel House, Blacksmith Shop, Meeting House and the Carriage House – so we can open these areas up to the public. Tickets are $45.00 per person. Pre-registration is required for the event before August 25th, 2017. For information and to register for the event please visit http://stanleypark.org or call the Stanley Park office at 413-568-9312 x108.
Car show at Food Fest
WESTFIELD – Automobile aficionados will be able to feast their eyes – as well as their taste buds – at the third annual Rotary Food Fest which will be staged on the weekend of Aug. 25-26 in downtown Westfield. For the first time, the Food Fest will include a car show which will bring as many as 50 vintage and customized cars to Elm Street which will be closed to vehicular traffic from School Street to Franklin Street for the event. Visitors to the Food Fest will be able to get an up-close and personal looks at stunning examples of the cars of yesterday and today as the owners of the cars show off their treasures and compete for prizes. The car show is a new addition to the Food Fest (now in it’s third year) sponsored by the Rotary Club of Westfield. The free two day event will begin on Friday at 5 p.m. and close for the night at 10 p.m. The street festival will resume on Saturday at noon and will will feature food and drink from local restaurants and food trucks as well as entertainment from local musicians.
Rotarian Jennifer Gruszka, a co-chair of this year’s festival, said the goal of the event is “to showcase local businesses as well as the downtown area.” The Westfield Rotarians will be selling beer and wine to adults at the festival which will enjoy live coverage from local FM radio station WSKB. Gruszka said that proceeds from the event will be returned to the community by the club in the form of grants for service projects which promote Rotary’s areas of focus.
As space to display cars is limited on Elm Street only the first 50 registrants will be able to participate in the car show. The site will open to participants at 11 a.m. and all cars must be in place when the Food Fest resumes at noon. The car show will continue until 3 p.m. although the Food Fest will not end until 10 p.m.
Car owners who wish to participate or learn more about the car show are encouraged to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The advance registration fee for the car show will be $10 while registration on the day of the event (as space is available) will be $15.
For sponsorship opportunities or to become a vendor at the Food Fest, please contact Gruszka at email@example.com or visit the club’s website, westfieldrotary.org.
Westfield Athenaeum – Story Time With Mayor Sullivan
Boys and girls of all ages are invited to join Mayor Sullivan as he reads the book Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel on Monday, August 28th at 10am at the Westfield Athenaeum. Mayor Sullivan will read this classic book and the children will create a fun craft based on the story. Register online at westath.org or call us at 562-6158 x 5.
Sisters of St. Joseph Golf Tournament Planned
Registration is now being accepted for the 21st Annual Sisters of St. Joseph Golf Classic to be held Monday, August 28 at the Springfield Country Club. Morning and afternoon tee times are available to golfers, with shotgun starts at 8:00AM and 1:00PM. The tournament includes lunch and dinner, a silent auction and a raffle. Several levels of sponsorship opportunities are available to businesses and individuals. Proceeds from this event will benefit the care of the retired Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield. For more information, contact Sr. Eleanor Harrington at 413-536-0853.
Crusin’ with Bruce Marshall
Food, music, and classic cars—all makes and models welcome! Great door prizes! Every Tuesday from 5 pm to dusk, August 29 through September 26, 2017 at Hampton Ponds Plaza, 1029 North Rd (Route 202), Westfield. There will be a 50/50 raffle in support of the Greater Westfield & Western Hampden County Medical Reserve Corps Inc. & Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). Find us at: realoldies1250.net; on Facebook at Real Oldies 1250; and 413-289-2300.
Alzheimer’s Support Group at Armbrook Village
August 30, 2017, 6:00 pm at Armbrook Village Senior Living and Memory Support Community, 551 North Road, Westfield. Enjoy a light dinner and a chance to share your personal experiences and strategies for communicating with your loved one! For more information and to RSVP, call (413) 568-0000.
Rotary to host free concert – Truck Stop Troubadours, a Travelin’ Retro Country Roadshow
Chris Boyd, President, Southwick Rotary Club, announced that the club will host the Truck Stop Troubadours , a free live concert to be held August 30 in the pavilion at Whalley Park, Powder Mill Road, Southwick. The concert is scheduled from 6 to 9:30 pm rain or shine. The concert is family oriented. Food and beverages will be offered. For more information, contact Rotarian Bob Fox at 413 579 4585. Bring a lawn chair!! For more details, check out www.truckstoptroubadours.com. The group is as close to Nashville as you can get pulling influences from Waylon Jennings, and selections from Country Gold Hits. The concert is made possible through a grant awarded by the Southwick Cultural Council to the Southwick Rotary Club.
Wyman Family Reunion
Blandford, MA will be the site for hundreds of visitors from throughout the country on Labor Day weekend. Besides those who come to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Blandford Fair, over 220 members of one of the town’s oldest families will gather for a reunion. Wymans from all over the country will be gathering in Blandford for a huge reunion over Labor Day Weekend this year. The event will take place at the White Church in Blandford on Saturday and Sunday, September 2 and 3. Many activities are planned, including sharing the Wyman family history, sharing old photos and family artifacts, what life was like in Blandford for the Wymans, and since the event is being held in a church, a family service on Sunday morning. The descendants of William Horatio and Eliza Hanchett Wyman will be coming from as far away as California, but also, North Dakota, Minnesota, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, Maine, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Anyone with questions about the reunion or the Blandford Homecoming should contact Gary Hart in Feeding Hills at 413-786-7131.
Westfield Athenaeum – Music Together At The Athenaeum
All children love music! Families will sing, dance, and make music in a fun, relaxed environment. Music Together is a program that fosters basic music skills and encourages language development, creativity, self-expression, and confidence. This series of three classes will be taught by Keri Klee of Greater Springfield Music Together on September 8, 15, and 22 at 10am at the Westfield Athenaeum. This program is for children ages birth to 7 and their caregivers. Register online at westath.org or call us at 562-6158 x5. This program is generously sponsored by a grant from the Shurtleff Foundation.
Volunteer Facilitators Needed
Like working with children? Have 10-11 hours a month to volunteer? Call today to learn how you can volunteer as a facilitator at Rick’s Place. Rick’s Place offers compassionate support in a secure environment to children affected by death in order to facilitate the healing process. Dedicated and creative volunteers are needed to co-facilitate groups for grieving children and teens. Training and on-going supervision is provided. Required 15-hour training will take place over three days: September 8th, 9th and 10th. Rick’s Place will be opening to grieving families in September and run through May 2018. Facilitators work in teams and are responsible for planning and leading activities, projects and games for grieving young people ages 5-18 years. To apply to become a volunteer please download a volunteer application from www.ricksplacema.org and email or mail it to 35 Post Office Park, Suite 3514 Wilbraham, MA 01095. Or please contact us at 413-348-3120.
Russell COA host a “Main Street Tag Sale”
Saturday, September 9th, the Russell, MA Council on Aging will host a “Main Street Tag Sale” from 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Sell your stuff, have some fun, and make some money! Sites are available on the lawn outside the Senior Center located in Russell Town Hall, 65 Main St., Russell, MA, and in the Veteran’s park across the street. A pancake breakfast, and hot dog and pot luck dish lunch will be available for purchase in the Senior Center. A 12’ x 12’ space is $15.00. This is a rain or shine event. Vendors will need to supply their own tables, and tents if desired. Please send name, contact information, and payment to Russell COA, P.O. Box 407, Russell, MA 01071. Call Carrie Florek at 413-862-6217 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with further questions.
CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars Monthly Meeting
The next monthly meeting of the CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars will be held on Monday, September 11, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. in the Faculty Cafeteria at South Middle School. New members always welcome!
Southwick Cultural Council to sponsor bus trip to New York Botanical Gadens
Patricia McMahon, Chair, of the Southwick Cultural Council (SCC), announced that the commission will sponsor a bus trip to the New York Botanical Gardens on Sunday, September 17th. to see a special exhibit by glass artist Dale Chihuly. CHIHULY showcases more than 20 glass work installations and includes drawings and early works in a sensory-filled exhibition. The Garden’s dramatic vistas become a living canvas for work created specifically for the botanical garden showcasing Chihuly’s signature organic shapes in brilliant colors. This is the first exhibit of Chihuly’s work in New York in 10 years.
Cost for the trip is $78.00 for adults and $75.00 for seniors. The bus will leave the Southwick Town Hall at 454 College Highway at 8:00 am, and will depart from the New York Botanical Gardens at 4:00 pm. Please make check payable to the Town of Southwick and note on the memo line “NY bus trip” and mail to Pat McMahon, Southwick Cultural Council, 454 College Highway, Southwick, MA 01077. Payment must be received by September 11, 2017. For more information or questions on the trip, please contact Cindi Warner at 413 831-6161.
Ward 6 Office Hours Announced
Ward 6 City Councilor Bill Onyski and City Council President Brent B. Bean II will hold neighborhood office hours on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 @ 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at the Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport, 110-115 Airport Road.
City residents are invited to attend the neighborhood office hours to meet with Brent directly and share their concerns and ideas. The sessions are open to all Westfield residents, no advance appointments are required.
Special Guests: Mark Cressotti, City Engineer and David Billips, Director of Public Works, Eric Billowitz, Airport Manager
Bill Onyski Brent B. Bean II
Ward 6 City Councilor City Council, President
(413) 568-7747 (413) 454-3573
‘Cook Smart, Eat Well’ Series Coming to the Westfield Senior Center in September
Beginning in September, the Westfield Senior Center, 45 Noble Street, will be the host site for a four-week cooking demonstration series for older adults. The sessions are interactive and are based on cooking easy, healthy recipes. All participants will have the opportunity to taste-test, take home the recipes, and ask questions about healthy cooking and meal preparation. The classes will be held on Thursdays September 14, 21, 28 and October 5 from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. There is no charge for participation in the series. Advance registration is necessary because space is limited. For more information or to sign up for the series, please call the Westfield Senior Center at 562-6435.
West Springfield High School Class of 1952 Reunion
The West Springfield High School Class of 1952 is celebrating its 65 Reunion at the Crestview Country Club on September 14. The following members are missing. If anyone has information regarding their whereabouts please call and leave a message at 786-4726. Maurice Allen, William Athas Jr., John Bremsar, Fred Brown, Ruth Cosby Sterling, Cynthia Brice Faucette, Carolyn Harris Herrick, Glendore Lyman McLaughlin, Ann Thomas, Carol Tranghese Croteau.
YMCA of Greater Westfield to hold golf tournament to support cancer survivors
The YMCA of Greater Westfield is hosting a golf tournament to benefit LiveSTRONG at the YMCA. The tournament will take place at the Worthington Golf Club on Saturday, September 16, 2017. This is a four person scramble format. Registration begins at 10AM with and shotgun start at 11:00AM. Entry fee is $55.00 per golfer for walkers and $65.00 per golfer with cart. The fee includes 9 holes of golf, attendee gift and lunch. Prizes include longest drive, closet to the pin, as well as three division of play: men’s, women’s and mixed. Register deadline is Saturday, September 9th. Enjoy the essence of golf at Worthington’s club with its small sloping greens, tight tree lined fairways, stately pines and maples along with well-placed creek with it’s all encompassing stunning view. Please join us in helping adult cancer survivors feel alive again. All proceeds go directly to the Livestrong at the YMCA. Corporate individual, and team sponsorships opportunities are available. Donations are welcomed and appreciated. For more information on registration, sponsorship or donations, please contact, Andrea Allard, CEO at 413.568.8631 or email@example.com
Holy Trinity Parish Fall Festival
Holy Trinity Parish of Westfield will be holding its FALL FESTIVAL on SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH, 2017, 12 noon to 5 pm at Pilsudski Park, 200 Old County Rd., Holyoke, MA. The day will begin with Mass celebrated at 10:30 am. The Festival will feature a Polish Kitchen serving the popular Polish Plate with pierogi, golumbki, kielbasa, and kapust. These items can also be purchased separately. The American Kitchen will serve hot dogs, hamburgers & kielbasa grinders. Take-Out will be available starting at Noon. Our Bake Sale will have delicious homemade baked goods.
The festival will include Bingo, a Straw Booth, games of chance, a Chinese Raffle and a 50/50 Raffle.. There will be children’s games, activities and a Bounce House. The Grand Raffle has 10 money prizes worth a total of $2,000 with the first prize being $1,000. Tickets are $1 each or a book of 6 tickets for $5. Raffle tickets can be obtained in advance at the parish office during office hours and at the Festival. The drawing will be at the Festival. For your listening and dancing pleasure The “Mark VI Band” will provide Polish & American music from 1 to 5 pm in the spacious ballroom. The Festival is open to the public with free admission & parking, held rain or shine. Come for good food and a fun time. For more information call the Parish Office, Monday thru Friday from 9am to 4pm at 568-1506 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!
The Southwick Senior Center will offer Water Aerobics classes again this year, through Wilderness Experience on College Highway. The dates for the first session are, September 8th, 15, 22, Oct. 6 and 20th, at 10:30am. Cost is $25 for the session, pre-paid at the Senior Center. Stop by the office or call 569-5498 to sign up.
Russell Senior Center Hosts Clarence Darrow Performance
Monday, September 18th at 2:00 p.m., Richard Clark will perform Clarence Darrow by David Rintels, at the Russell Senior Center, 65 Main Street, Russell, MA. This play features intense court room drama and comic relief as it highlights the life and times of Clarence Darrow, attorney extraordinaire and defender of the downtrodden and the damned. From his youthful innocence in small town Ohio to the embattled national stage of the “Scopes Monkey Trial” and the Leopold and Loeb court rooms it is a roller coaster ride into the heart and mind of a complex American hero. Richard Clark is an actor with over thirty years of experience in New England regional theater, New York Theater and television. Mr. Clark’s performance is sponsored by the Russell Cultural Council.The public is welcome; light refreshments will be served after the performance. Please make reservations by leaving a message on the Russell COA reservation line at 862-6205.
Monday, September 18th at 2:00 p.m., Richard Clark will perform Clarence Darrow by David Rintels, at the Russell Senior Center, 65 Main Street, Russell, MA.
This play features intense court room drama and comic relief as it highlights the life and times of Clarence Darrow, attorney extraordinaire and defender of the downtrodden and the damned. From his youthful innocence in small town Ohio to the embattled national stage of the “Scopes Monkey Trial” and the Leopold and Loeb court rooms it is a roller coaster ride into the heart and mind of a complex American hero.
Richard Clark is an actor with over thirty years of experience in New England regional theater, New York Theater and television.
Mr. Clark’s performance is sponsored by the Russell Cultural Council.The public is welcome; light refreshments will be served after the performance. Please make reservations by leaving a message on the Russell COA reservation line at 862-6205.
LIVESTRONG at the YMCA
The YMCA of Greater Westfield is committed to serving individuals and their families living with, through and beyond cancer. LIVESTRONG at the YMCA is a free 12-week exercise program for adult cancer survivors who are currently in or have completed treatment and are physically deconditioned. Developed by Stanford University, this specially designed program has proven to help survivors regain strength, overcome fatigue, and enhance functional ability to do everyday tasks. Beginning September 19th, the class will meet twice a week, for 12 weeks on Tuesday & Thursday; 3:30AM-5PM to strength train and improve cardiovascular function. Currently enrolling for the fall, space is limited. For more information, visit www.westfieldymca.org or contact: Cindy Agan, Health & Wellness Director, at the YMCA of Greater Westfield 1.413.568.8631 or email@example.com
Huntington Public Library hosts Minstrel Storyteller
The Huntington Public Library will host Minstrel Storyteller Mary Jo Maichack in a participatory family program especially recommended for children ages 4 and older with their caregivers, as well as all other ages. “Fairy House Craft” is a delightful “make and take” workshop that will take place on Monday, September 25th from 6-7 P.M. Families will receive natural woodland materials such as acorns, twigs, bark, and pine cones and use glue and imagination to create tiny houses or furniture for fairies in small containers. If families wish to bring more of their own woodland materials they are welcome to do so. Mary Jo will lead the fun and share a wee bit of fairy lore. This program is free and open to the public. To register or for more information call the Huntington Library at 667-3506.
Westfield Senior Citizen Property Tax Work-Off Applications Available
Applications are now available for those who are eligible for Westfield’s Senior Citizen Property Tax Work-Off Program. The program is limited to one $500 work-off per household. Applicants must be the property owner of record or spouse, a resident of Westfield, 60 years of age or older, and willing to work approximately two hours per week from October through June. Volunteer opportunities include working in the public schools as greeters, library assistants, or reading tutors; clerical work within the offices of various City departments; and staff assistance at the Animal Shelter. Placement at a particular site will be determined by matching the skills, talents, and interests of the applicant with the requests of the various City departments. Income guidelines are $36,180 for a single household and $48,720 for a couple, including Social Security income. Completed applications, along with all required documentation, must be submitted in person to Tina Gorman by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 28, 2017. No applications will be accepted after that date. The selection of participants will be by lottery and priority will be given to those who have not yet participated in the program. If you would like an application packet or additional information, please contact the Council On Aging at 562-6435.
Looking For Direct Sales Vendors For Upcoming Vendor Fair
When: Saturday September 30, 2017
Where: Southwick Congregational Church, 488 College Hwy, Southwick, MA
Time: 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
Cost is $30.00 per table or $25.00 if you bring your own, plus an item to be donated for a raffle.
50th Reunion Announced for Tech High Class of 1967
Technical High – Springfield, MA, Class of 1967 will hold its 50th Class Reunion from September 29 to October 1, 2017. A full weekend of exciting activities are being planned for this significant milestone with a dinner banquet and live entertainment set for Saturday evening September 30 at the Sheraton Monarch Place Hotel in Springfield, MA. If anyone is aware of classmates who may not have heard about the reunion, either send us their name and contact info or have them email Carolyn or Pam and the Reunion Committee will follow through. Names and information should be emailed to 1967Tech50th@gmail.com
Southwick High School class of 1977 reunion
Southwick class of 1977 High School reunion planned for November 24th at the Westfield River Brewing Company 707 College Hwy formerly ” Chucks Steak House” from 6 PM to closing. $5 per person Please send confirmation to Donna by text 413330-7711 or email Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please spread the word and we are hoping for a good turnout.