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My name is Scott, I work at UMass and I'm looking for a place to live. A friend forwarded this listing to me and it sounds great. I've worked part-time at UHS in the BASICS program for over 10 years and am looking for a room/studio with bus access to UMass. The house I'd been living in for several years got sold and the new owners wanted to turn it over to a family. I'm a pretty quiet guy with a passion for nature photography and I'd love to hear from you if the room is still available. You can reach me by replying to this email or by calling me at 413-687-8213.
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Save The Tour, Benefit show!
Hosted by Gabe Jackson and Hunter Grant
Wednesday, March 28 at 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT
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Come see a great show at the Waterfront Tavern!
Recently PVPA's music department has been planning a tour to VA, and it was swiped out from under our feet due to unfortunate circumstances. But the community has made a massive uproar and began to fund-raise so that the tour can still happen. A large effort has been put in by students to make these benefit shows happen, so come see what music the PVPA ensembles & students are made of. There will also be guest musicians!
A raffle or auction will be in play as well!
Everything to raise money for this trip, donations would be greatly appreciated.
Please come and support PVPA's music dept and the Waterfront Tavern, Wednesday the 28th of March.
I am posting on behalf of my daughter, Vyanna and friends at Pioneer Valley Performing Arts school with a unique & time-sensitive
request. We are looking for fundraising heroes to help ‘Save The Music’. Specifically: PVPA’s
ambitious music ‘We Came To Play’ music department tour to Virginia happening April 6—
PVPA’s four music ensembles (Jazz, Rock, Pop and Acapella ensembles) comprised of 65 student
have come together to create one incredibles communal show. Our bags are packed, the hotels
and buses are booked, and we are ready to go. We are already booked to perform three full length
shows in VA, including one at the famous Busch Gardens. We will also be conducting a half-day
workshop at the Waller Mill Magnet Elementary School, where we will teach students about making
music as a group, and then perform for them.
April Tour In Jeopardy Of Being Cancelled!
The beloved head of our music department, Frank Newton, has had a vision of taking our tour
on the road for many years, and took on the huge task of organizing for the past year to make
this vision a reality.
Unfortunately, we were just informed that our major funding source is no longer available.
The entire tour is in jeopardy of being cancelled just two weeks before we’re supposed to
hit the road! Our students have been rehearsing and working non-stop the entire school year to
create this wonderful show. We will NOT give up now. We are determined to save it. That’s
where you come in.
How You Can Be A Music Hero
We are tasked with raising $26,000 in just a matter of days (the bus deposit is due on
Monday, TODAY, March 26, 2018). The good news? We think this is actually possible. The response to
our plight has been swift, and the outpouring of support heartening. We are asking friends,
family, alumni, businesses, benefactors and supporters of students and music lovers
everywhere to donate what they can to the nonprofit ‘Friends Of PVPA’ so our students’
dreams of going on this tour can stay alive.
BECOME A HERO - SAVE PVPA’S APRIL MUSIC TOUR
Your contribution will make an immeasurable difference not only to our PVPA community, but to
our students and the people we will be playing for. All donations are tax deductible, and can be
made through the ‘Friends of PVPA’ via PayPal or credit card.
Want to make a tax-deductible donation? Here’s how:
We greatly appreciate any and all donations to this most worthy cause. You can easily donate
through PayPal or credit card by going to the school’s website.
GO TO: WWW.PVPA.ORG
Click ‘DONATE NOW’ button in upper left hand corner
IMPORTANT! Under ‘Special Instructions ’, please write
‘For VA Music Tour’ to make sure your funds will go directly to our music tour fundraising effort.
You can also send a check MADE OUT TO FRIENDS OF PVPA to:
Friends of PVPA
15 Mulligan Drive
South Hadley, MA 01075
Note: Please write ‘For VA Music Tour’ in the memo section.
Watch the 2018 ‘We Came To Play’
VA Tour Info Video
Hear directly from our Music Director, Frank Newton who recorded this informational video back in July 2017 as he explains his tour vision. You’ll also see performances from our music department students:
Thank you SO much for your support. We are grateful for anything you can provide. Your help
will go directly to making our year-long dream of this important musical tour a reality.
The Students and Parents of PVPA ‘We Came To Play’ Music Tour
PS – If for some reason we do not hit our full $26,000 fundraising goal, please know that funds
that come in for this tour will be used towards a scaled-down-but-equally-exciting performance
opportunity for these PVPA high school music ensemble students
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Year Old Boy Asking For Chrismas Cards For Christmas
My partner forwarded this weblink from the Western Ma News website about an 8 yr old quadraplegic boy who expressed a wish for Christmas cards to decorate his room at the St. Joseph's Home in Cincinnati.
Please take a moment to read the story at the link below.
His mailing address is in the story. I hope you will join me in taking a moment to write an extra card when you are doing them for your family and friends, to help make this boy's simple Christmas wish come true.
It's coming! This Saturday, December 10th. Hadley, MA. 10:00am - 5:00pm. The Barnes & Noble Book and Gift Fair to benefit PVPA! Performances by PVPA students in the music and dvd area! Storytime read and signed by PVPA American Sign Language Students at 11:00am! Free gift-wrapping table staffed by the PVPA Prom Committee and Catalyst Dance Company A percentage of all sales, both at the store and online, when using the PVPA voucher will benefit PVPA. Help us out by planning to do some shopping on December 10th and or any day during the week of December 10-14! This is a great opportunity to give an end-of-the-year boost to the Arts for All Campaign to help us put the finishing touches on our theater!
Please take time out of your day to participate in the UMACC HOLIDAY RAFFLE.
You may view prizes at Print Services, 151 Whitmore.
Tickets are $1.00 each or 10 for $5.00.
Drawing will be Thursday afternoon, Dec 15th.
We put emphasis on our comfort food menu options, and are excited to offer Gourmet Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. Our Overstuffed Deli Sandwiches or one of our Juicy Signature Bacon Burgers will satisfy even the largest appetites. Of course, you cannot forget our amazing Pizza derived from the secret Kazonis family recipe!
In order to keep up with today’s demands we are especially happy to offer GLUTEN FREE options for many of our menu items including our delicious salads and amazing soups. We strive to support sustainable food sources and are happy to say that we are serving a variety of local foods, from local small businesses and farms.
Our goal is providing a comfortable environment suitable for all age groups including families, college students, and local working people. Enjoy your stay with our attentive friendly dining staff or order online for an efficient and satisfying take out option to the parking dilemmas uptown. We feel all guests will leave happy with their experience.
I don't know if anyone replied to your post. I don't know about the tree service you mentioned but I just had a tree removed by Dostal Tree Service from Florence, Ma.
I highly recommend Dan Dostal and crew. Dan was very prompt on returning phone calls. Professional and friendly and very reasonable. My property was left very clean after they were done. Very satisfied.
I sing in a local band which plays international folk dance music, and I'm trying to learn a beautiful song. The piece is called "GORANI", and is Armenian.
Does anyone in the Five College community read or understand Armenian? I have only a hard-to-read hand-written transliteration of the lyrics; I wonder if anyone could provide me with more readable ones. Having fine points on pronunciation and a translation as well would help tremendously. I'd like to do it justice when I perform it.
Feel free to pass this message along, if you know someone who might speak and/or understand Armenian. Here is the haunting "GORANI":
TELL EVERYONE YOU KNOW:
WHOLE FOODS MARKET TO DONATE 5% OF SALES TO PERFORMING ARTS IN THE VALLEY! On Tuesday, May 31, Whole Foods Markets in Hadley is hosting a 5% Community Giving Day to benefit Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School in South Hadley. The store will donate 5% of that day’s sales to support PVPA’s Arts for All campaign to fund new performing arts facilities at the school. Volunteers and staff from PVPA will be at the store from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 31 to thank customers for shopping and discuss their programs.