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Christine Phillips and Carole Parlengas

The Time Has Come

As Confusion Mounts, Cautious Optimism Surrounds Health Insurance Reform ‘One calendar month is the calendar month, commencing with the first calendar month following the first day of employment, unless the first day of employment is the first day of a calendar month, in which case the calendar month commences with the first day of employment.’ […]

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Rick Sullivan

No Walk in the Park

But Former Westfield Mayor Rick Sullivan Is Enjoying His State Cabinet Post Rick Sullivan, former mayor of Westfield and Massachusetts’ current Commissioner of Conserva-tion and Recreation, recently took the leap from the relatively small pond of Western Mass. to a sea of possibilities, as he sees it, in Boston. True, he’s had to make plenty […]

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Ad Club to Honor 3 Area Leaders with Pynchon Awards

SPRINGFIELD – Three distinguished individuals have been selected to receive the William Pynchon Medal and induction into the Order of William Pynchon. The honor is bestowed annually by the Advertising Club of Western Mass. to individuals from the region who have demonstrated exceptional community service with compassion, humility and grace. The 2007 honorees are Carol […]

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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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