With a goal of helping your business better serve these individuals and their families, the Dementia Friendly Communities Coalition is offering a short educational program for businesses and their front line workers. Communication tips and greater awareness of the issues will help assure that these customers feel welcome and are well served. This 50 minute presentation will be led by Rachel E. Tierney, RN, PhD.
Location: South Hadley Main Library, 2 Canal Street, SH http://www.shadleylib.org/
This is a FREE program open to anyone.
The Chamber is very pleased to collaborate with the South Hadley Library to provide a free business educational event to the business community and the public.
Speaker: Paulina Borrego is a Science & Engineering Librarian at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Soon after becoming a librarian in 2007 she took on the role of the Patent & Trademark Resource Center (PTRC) Librarian in 2009. She is trained by the USPTO (United States Patent & Trademark Office) to educate patrons about patents and trademarks, the application process, and how to conduct an effective and thorough search. She works in the UMass Amherst Science & Engineering Library which is open to the public.
The Granby Preservation Society will be hosting the Kellogg Hall Flea Market Fundraiser behind Kellogg Hall, 250 State Street, Granby, in the parking lot Saturday, Sept. 9.
All spaces must be paid for in advance. If you would like an application please contact Judy LaPlante at email@example.com or 413-687-7231.
PVTA seeks public comments on full or partial changes to the following routes effective August 27, 2017 that may be needed to balance the budget. Review the PVTA FY18 Service Reduction Options.
CHICOPEE: Monday, July 10
4:00-5:00 pm and 6:00-7:00 pm
Chicopee City Hall
17 Springfield Street, Chicopee