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MA 01119. Joel A. Burgos, same. Place of worship.
Iglesia De Dios Pentecos- tal Jesus Faro De Luz Inc.,
55 Allen Park Road Apt. #A, Springfield, MA 01118. Hiram Martinez-Soto, same. Teach- ing of biblical doctrine.
Derenzy Business Technolo- gies Inc., 130 Doty Circle, West Springfield, MA 01089. John Kenneth Daigle, 83 East St., Southampton, MA 01073. Copier, printer sales and services.
The following business certificates and/or trade names were issued or renewed during the month of July 2020. (Filings are limited due to closures or reduced staffing hours at municipal offices due to COVID-19 restrictions).
Active Chiropractic
8 Goffe St. Bradford Eichwald
Claire’s #5448
367 Russell St.
Claire’s Boutiques Inc.
Dwight Home Improvements 27 Maple Ave. Thomas Dwight
Exotic Automotive Service
373 River Dr. Paul Narus
Farm Shop and Café
10 Rocky Hill Road Shannon Rice-Nichols
Strong as a Mother Coffee
185 Russell St. Brandy Fill
Walmart #2683
337 Russell St. David Reading
Caschetta Consulting
211 Crescent St. Mary Beth Caschetta
Electric Soul Skin Care
151 Main St. René Maserati
Hampshire Sheriff’s Office
205 Rocky Hill Road David Foley
HoleyMoleys Comics and Collectibles
90 King St., Unit 3
Anthony Barrineau
North King Motel
504 North King St. Shweta Patel
198 Sylvester Road Adrienne Ehlert-Bashista
Yankee Mattress Factory Inc.
104 Damon Road
Joseph Noblit
Country Colonial Shop
408 College Highway Joseph Radwilowicz
ICS Coatings and Polishing
282 South Loomis St. Patrick Clarke
Kirk Samuelsen
13 Honey Pot Road Kirk Samuelsen
Practical Painting Services
2 Country Club Dr. Richard Lemon
Raw Consulting, LLC
31 Ranch Club Road Rebecca White
Tyson Carpenter Electric
15 Jeffrey Circle Tyson Carpenter
Five Guys
1268 Riverdale St. Darisel Lopez
Homans Associates II, LLC
78 Interstate Dr. Richard Iandoli
Pintus Indian Palace
25 Park Ave. Sarabjit Chawla
Riverdale Storage Center Inc.
143 Doty Circle
Jan Chrzan
SJH Cleaning Service
67 Vincent Dr. Steven Hieronymus
The following business incorporations were recorded in Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties and are the latest available. They are listed by community.
Kielbasa & Dairy Inc., 266 Walnut St., Agawam, MA 01001. Larisa Mironova, same. Food sales.
Human Rights Advocacy Center Inc., 135 East Hadley Road, Amherst, MA 01002. Mohamed Ibrahim, same. Promote human rights, immi- grants and social and eco- nomic rights. Human rights education, training human rights activist and support and help all victims of human rights violation.
Havoc Industries Inc., 412 Main St., Easthampton, MA 01027. Christopher Graham, same. Manufacturing and sale of after-market equip- ment and parts for all terrain vehicles.
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Florence Ventures Inc., 60 Main St., Florence, MA 01062. Konstantinos N. Sierros, 292 Old Wilson Rd., Florence, MA 01062. Restaurants.
Donald Lee Wroth Memorial Corp., 47 Sun Valley Road, Holyoke, MA 01040. Gertrude Margaret Wroth, same. This entity will be used to fund
a yearly scholarship. It will be used to benefit children or grandchildren of local firefighters.
East2west Transport Inc., 332 Cherry St., Holyoke, MA 01040. Swostik Rana Magar, 48 Old Lyman Road, South Hadley, MA 01075. Transportation.
Green Burial Massachusetts Cemetery Inc., 3 Emerson Lane, Lenox, MA 01240. Can- dace Currie, same. Purchase, maintain, and preserve burial grounds.
Dream Nail & Spa Inc., 927 Shaker Road, Longmeadow, MA 01106. Guanghao Han, same. Nail salon and spa.
Honey Beer & Wine Inc., 524 Union St., North Adams, MA 01247. Sureshkumar Patel, 116 Lenox Ave., Pittsfield, MA 01201. Package store.
Gage-Wiley Group Inc., 120 King St., Northampton, MA 01060. Christopher B. Milne, 119 Prospect St., Northamp- ton, MA 01060. Investment advisor.
Highbrow Inc., 12 Craft Ave., Northampton, MA 01060. Andrew Brow, 30 High St., #2, East Longmeadow, MA 01028. Restaurant.
Crystalline Cleaners Inc., 15 Park St., Unit 402, Springfield, MA 01103. Tatiana P. Donald- son, same. Cleaning services and products.
Early Enterprise Inc., 143 Main St., Suite 106, Spring- field, MA 01105. Andrae Gillylan, 39 Hawthorne St., Springfield, MA 01105. Trans- portation of individuals for medical purposes for free
or low- cost throughout the Commonwealth.
House of Prayer Heart for The Nations Church Inc., 100 Ravenwood St., Springfield,
     WNEU to Offer MS Program in Construction Management
SPRINGFIELD — Western New England University (WNEU) announced the addition of a new master of science program in construction management to the list of graduate-degree offerings. U.S. News and World Report ranks construction manager first in “Best Con- struction Jobs” and 43rd in “100 Best Jobs” with a low unemployment rate of 2.3%. The Bureau of Labor Statistics website shows that the job outlook growth (2016-26) for Construction Managers is 11% (faster than average), with a median salary of $93,370 per year. With courses rooted in civil engineering, indus- trial engineering, and engineering management, the program strives to provide a well-rounded knowl- edge base in engineering as it pertains to construc- tion management. Elective opportunities in business and management will give students a perspective into the business world that will prepare them for management and leadership roles. The program is tailored for students to choose from three options
to complete the degree. The all-course option allows students to complete the 10 graduate courses that include open electives, choosing from courses in civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering as well as engineering management and business. Through the project or thesis options, students will work with a faculty advisor to take a deeper dive in a topic of interest, culminating in a final report and presenta- tion. Applications are now being accepted for the MS in construction management program. Classes begin Sept. 28. To learn more, call the Office of Graduate Studies at (413) 782-1517 or e-mail [email protected]
Dress for Success to Collaborate with
the Links Inc. on Mentorship Program
Dress for Success of Western Massachusetts announced a partnership with the Greater Springfield chapter of the Links Inc. Founded in 1946, the Links Inc. is an international, not-for-profit organization that brings together professional women of color to serve their communities through volunteerism and philanthropy. Its ultimate goal is to sustain the cul- ture and economic survival of African-Americans
and people of African ancestry. The work of the Links Inc. aligns well with the mission of Dress for Success, specifically the Margaret Fitzgerald Mentor Program. This program, named for a Physics Department sec- retary from Mount Holyoke College who provided help and encouragement for women entering that male-dominated field in the 1970s, pairs women who are overcoming great odds to achieve economic inde- pendence with professional women who volunteer to work with them one-on-one. Together, they establish individual goals and work on self-esteem, résumé building, workplace etiquette, interview skills, work/ life balance, and more. By establishing a trusting rap- port and sharing the wisdom of experience, mentors helps move their mentees from career readiness to action. Though the mentorships last one year, the impact lasts a lifetime. Beginning on Aug. 14, women from the Greater Springfield chapter of the Links Inc. will serve as mentors to women of color who have been recruited to the Margaret Fitzgerald Mentor Program from both Dress for Success programs as well as their partners in the community. The men- torships will continue until August 2021, when the mentees will be invited to join the Dress for Success
Professional Women’s Group.
6 Bricks Wins Provisional License to Advance Cannabis Dispensary
SPRINGFIELD — 6 Bricks, LLC was chosen to receive a state provisional license from the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission. Last year, the city of Springfield awarded 6 Bricks one of just four licenses to operate a cannabis dispensary in the city. For more than a year before the award by Springfield, 6 Bricks had been preparing for the city application process, engaging and working with architects, industry and profession experts, security professionals, and oth- ers as to how best to propose a community-oriented facility and operation that would include and benefit the city and surrounding neighborhood community. 6 Bricks incurred substantial expense and invested significant time securing data and planning strategies to put forth a winning application to the city and the state, including hiring and working with engineering firm Vanhasse Hangen Bustin Inc. to produce traffic and other studies. 6 Bricks worked extensively with former Springfield Police Officer John Delaney on
a security plan for operation; he assembled a team
of former law-enforcement professionals who have advised the project from the idea stages to the pres- ent. Achieving provisional-license status means 6 Bricks, LLC has moved one step closer to being able to open a facility on Springfield. Of the four Spring- field applicants, 6 Bricks is the first to be awarded this status.
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