Archive | September, 2007

OPINION

At the United Way, Community Matters It’s called the Day of Caring, and the name says it all. The program was started in 1994 by the United Way of Pioneer Valley to involve area businesses and their employees in initiatives that would benefit the community and those who live, work, and play here in Western […]

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Ann Marie Harding; Ron Sadowski; Jennifer Baril; Edward Reiter

A Classic Example

Max’s Golf Tournament Shows the Power of Philanthropy They call it a “shotgun start.” That’s the name given to the process used to get as many as 120 people around a golf course in a timely fashion for a charity tournament or even a regular Saturday morning’s play at the local municipal course. The idea […]

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A Day of Caring The United Way of the Pioneer Valley staged its 14th annual Day of Caring on Sept. 7. Hosted by Peter and Melissa Picknelly, the event included more than 1,700 employees, representing 48 companies, who completed 209 projects in several area communities. As part of a project for the Margaret Ells Elementary […]

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Andrew Jensen

On the Beat

From Teen Bashes to Retirement Parties, Jx2 Has a Playlist for Everyone Andrew Jensen serves a diverse and demanding clientele ranging from CEOs to 16-year-olds, and he knows he’d better listen well when it comes to both — they’re equally his most promising demographics. Owner of Jx2, a production company based in Westfield offering disc […]

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