Thurs., Oct. 22, ’20 2pm Everyday Ableism: Disability Through Social Justice Lens
Disability Services at UMass/Amherst is sponsoring an event:
EVERYDAY ABLEISM: Disability Through A Social Justice Lens
Facilitator: Amanda Kraus, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President for Campus Life at the University of Arizona, Amanda Kraus will lead an interactive presentation aimed at indentifying pervasive disability stereotypes and microaggressions. Dr. Kraus will help participants explore how these perspectives inform their personal and professional behaviors and attitudes.
Disability Services at UMass/Amherst is sponsoring an event:
Structural Obstacles to Holistic Disability Support in Higher Education
Amanda Kraus, Ph.D. is facilitating.
How can existing resources and systems create a more inclusive and holistic model of support for students with disabilities? Moderator Dr. Amanda Kraus will facilitate a panel discussion with faculty and disability services professionals exploring the topic of holistic disability support in higher education. The panel will explore topics such as funding, disability identity, campus culture, faculty perceptions and disability stigma.
Panelists include: Jamie Axelrod, Laura Rauscher, Ezekiel Kimball and Ashley Woodman.
JACK & JILL PARTY / April 4, 2020 (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC)
To Celebrate the upcoming wedding of Rachelle Blais & Chris Cehlar
Portuguese American Club, 149 Exchange Street, Chicopee, MA 01013
Tickets cost $20/ea and includes food, music and open bar of beer and wine. Tickets must be bought in advance in order to tell the Caterer how many people are coming. A group of 8-10 can request a reserved table.
This is not a gift giving event.
There will be lots of raffle baskets to take a chance on including but not limited to: Tickets to a Red Sox/Yankee Game; Large Screen TV and a grand prize One Week Vacation in Orlando, FL (not including airfare).
Please share this post with anyone you might know. Tickets can be purchased by calling Lorie at 413-387-7062 or via email at email@example.com
It's looking to be a fun time and we hope you can come!
I am booking my annual holiday fresh green wreath workshops
~It’s always a fun time. Invite your family & friends, co-workers and clubs.
Please select a time and let me know how many plan to attend with you & what date & time slot
Please email ASAP, slots are filling up fast!
The cost is only $20 and includes all materials (bow, fresh greens, frame, wire and use of clippers).
Feel free to bring anything you want to embellish your wreath with. glue gun available for use. Garden gloves - I have a few pairs but bring your own if you want them
Sat 11/30 12 noon
Sun 12/1 3 pm
Fri 12/6 6 pm few spots left
Sat 12/7 3:30
Some of you may know my daughter in law and some may not. Mandie Ryan is one of the strongest people I know. She’s been fighting an aggressive cancer called Synovial Sarcoma for 4 1/2 years now. Through some of the Strongest chemotherapy available 61 rounds of radiation and seven surgeries she has continued Stay optimistic and live life to its fullest.But now with her second surgery this year on top of weekly clinical trial rounds since January in Boston things are getting tight. So in order for her and my son to make it through this difficult time with the oncoming holiday season I am asking for any help from the community every little bit anyone can donate will help seeing as for now the treatments have no end date.
Hannah’s Ride: Memorial Bike Ride & Community Event
When:Sunday, October 6, 2019 (rain date: October 13), 8 a.m. –4 p.m. (ride starts at 10:30 a.m.)Where:39 North University Drive, Amherst, MA (UMass Amherst, Lot 33)
Who:UMass Amherst Information Technology (IT)
Description:Bike riders and non-bike riders alike are invited to the first-ever “Hannah’s Ride,” put on by UMass Amherst Information Technology! Registration is open for the special 17-mile bike ride created to honor the life of former UMass Amherst student and IT student worker, Hannah Frilot, and to help grow the scholarship set up in her memory. Riders can register online at www.umass.edu/it/hannahs-ride or in-person the day of the ride between 8 –10 a.m. For those who aren’t up for a 17-mile ride, you’re invited to take part in the festivities! There will be plenty of food, raffles, an art auction, and more throughout the day!
Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FrilotFund/
Admission: $30.00 Includes: Appetizers - Full Buffet w/ desserts - K-9 Demonstrations - Door Prizes -
Lots of Freebies - Raffles - Auction - DJ - Free Shelter Logo Glass w/ the
purchase of any beverage.
Hadley Mothers Club will be having there annual recycle day this Saturday April 27 from 8am-1pm at the Hadley Elementary School.
IS SPONSORING OUR14THANNUALRECYCLING DAYAPRIL 27, 2019; 8am-1pmHADLEY ELEMENTARYSCHOOL PARKING LOTRAIN OR SHINESEE LIST OF FEES FOR DISPOSAL ON BACKFREEDISPOSAL OF:cell phones, printer cartridges, household alkaline batteries, eyeglassesPick up available,additional fee charged:call Denise at 413-695-0385*Bring clothes, shoes, sneakers, belts, sheets, pillowcases, drapes, stuffed animalsfor collection Most Holy Redeemer St.Pauly Mission.*6thGrade Class HES will be running Can and Bottle driveBring non-perishable food itemsfor the Hadley Food PantryWe accept cash, checks and credit cards via squarewww.hadleymothersclub.org
LIST OF FEESFEE THAT IS COLLECTED WILL USED BY HADLEY MOTHERS’ CLUB TO FUND VARIOUS PROJECTS
AIR CONDITIONER$20,BBQ GRILL$15,COMPACTORS$15,COPY MACHINES$15,CPU’S , computer tower$10,DEHUMIFIER$10,DISHWASHER$20,DORM FRIDGE$15,DRYER$20,FREEZERS$25,MICROWAVE OVEN$10,MONITORS, computer screens$10,MOWER, PUSH$15,MOWER, RIDE ON$25,PROPANE TANKS$10,TELEVISIONS CONSOLES$20,ALL OTHER TV’S$15,REFRIGERATOR$25,STOVE$20,WASHING MACHINE$20,BATTERIES(car), TIRES,VACCUMS, FILINGCABINETS,VCR’S, TELPHONES, WEEDWACKER, CAMCORDERS, FAX,SEWING MACHINES, PRINTERS, LAPTOP$5,
For more information please call, Denise Devine 584-1859 Thank you for your support!!!Sorry-we can no longer accept matressses