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Westfield Bridge Club results 1/29/14: N/S 1st, Jim Hanly & Ed Merrill 2nd, Judy Fiore & Paddy Stella 3rd, Eileen Doherty & Candy Pennington E/W 1st, Vi Martinell & Cindy Fullerton 2nd, Dot Burke & Shirley Bienvenue 3rd, Barbara Kress & Marilyn Breor Duplicate is played every Wednesday evening at The American Inn in Southwick. All players are welcome.

Pizza Party RUSSELL - On Monday, February 10 at noon there will be a pizza party with birthday cake and ice cream at the Russell Council on Aging. We will also have Bingo, and a Valentine-making contest. In lieu of payment, we ask that you bring a donation of non-

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WESTFIELD - Westfield State University’s Division of Graduate and Continuing Education will be offering Boating Safety on Tuesday nights from February 4 to April 8 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Taught by qualified U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary instructor, Bob Madison, this course includes information on boat construction, life jackets, trailer handling, boat Book Discussion handling, the waterway markSOUTHWICK - The Adult ing system, reading buoys, day markers, lights, rules you Book Discussion Group of the must follow, inland boating, Southwick Public Library will introduction to navigation, charts, chart tools, boat ★ CATERING ★ motors, lines and knots, basic

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WESTFIELD - The high school alumni of 1945 meet on the first Wednesday of each month at Friendly’s between 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. All ’45 graduates and their friends are welcome to their “friendly” get-together. Come early! Next meeting is February 5.

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class) are invited to take part in the first ever Alumni Band! This is a minimal commitment of one weekend, which will take place on February 8 and 9. This will be a fun, musical weekend; people do not need to be playing currently in order to take part. This is part of the year-long 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Gateway Regional School District. Please RSVP as soon as possible by calling 685-1003 or emailing wlong@ grsd.org . Please confirm that you are taking part and report the instrument that you play. We need all instruments, so don’t be shy! We may be able to make arrangements for the

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Book Club RUSSELL - The COA Book Club will be reading the Original Illustrated Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle for our February discussion. Updated versions are now being shown on PBS and CBS.... now let’s compare them to the originals written over 100 years ago! Since this is a complete set, we will all read at least the first three short stories and any others you desire. Pick up your cop at Russell Senior Center. Join us on Tuesday, February 11 at 9:30 a.m. at the Senior Center. Coffee will be served. All are welcome.

Nutrition: Your Fountain of Youth WESTFIELD The Westfield Athenaeum is pleased to host Nancy Dell, registered dietician, on Wednesday, February 12 at 7 p.m. Join us in the Lang Auditorium as Ms. Dell helps kick off our Spring Speaker Series with her presentation, Nutrition: Your Fountain of Youth. Come learn how nutrition can play a vital role in slowing the aging process and keep you healthy at any age. Nancy is best known for her "Food for Thought" nutrition news segments that have aired on NBC's WWLP news since 1984. After receiving her Bachelor's in biology from Westfield State College, she went on to earn her Master's in human nutrition from the University of Massachusetts. This program is free and all are welcome. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, please visit our website www.westath.org

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‘A Balancing Act’ Presentation WESTFIELD - The Council On Aging is combining the monthly “Live and Learn” healthy lifestyle series with a special research project on balance that Dr. Melissa Roti from the Westfield State University Movement Science Department is conducting. The risk of falling is greater for older adults if physical and cognitive functioning decline. Therefore, prevention should address both areas. One factor that may negatively influence physical and cognitive functioning is hydration status or how much fluid a person drinks. Dr. Roti’s research project will examine the relationship between hydration and balance in older adults. Join Dr. Roti at the Senior Center on Thursday, February 13 at 10 a.m. for her presentation, “A Balancing Act.” She’ll discuss factors that affect balance as well as outline her research project for any senior who would like to be a subject. Participants will complete some questionnaires regarding food/fluid intake and physical/cognitive function; provide a single urine sample; and perform a balance assessment. The information gathering and balance testing will take place in March at the Westfield Senior Center. The students in the Gerokinesiology class will administer the balance tests as a practical exam for a grade. Feel free to contact Dr. Roti for more information about the research project at mroti@westfield. ma.edu or 572-5665. No sign-

ups are necessary for Dr. Roti’s “A Balancing Act” session on February 13. The Westfield Senior Center is located at 40 Main Street. Free parking is available in the Stop & Shop lot or, for no more than three hours, in the municipal lot behind Bank of America.

Pasta Supper WESTFIELD - Abner Gibbs Elementary School is hosting a 100th Anniversary Pasta Supper on Thursday, February 13 in our school cafeteria. Please join us for a fun family event and some delicious food. Tickets purchased in advance: adults - $6, children ages 4-12 are $4 and under 3 are free! Ticket prices at the door are $7 for adults and children are $5. Tickets can be bought call-

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ing the school at 413-5726418. The tradition continues; please join us and make some great memories.

Construction Class WESTERN MASS Western Mass COSH announces a five-day OSHA30 Construction class for supervisory personnel with tuition set at $300 per person. It is noted that this may be the only time this class is offered this year, as it is often difficult for people to schedule due to the pressure of work. All persons interested in obtaining this qualification with genuine knowledgeable in-person instruction this year are encouraged to attend.The classes will be held from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. all week starting Monday, February 17, through Friday, February 21 at

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Bus Trip SOUTHWICK On Tuesday, February 18 a bus headed for Mohegan Sun Casino will be leaving the Southwick Senior Center at 8 a.m. Departure time from the casino will be 3:30 p.m. Cost per person is $19, which includes a $15 meal credit or free buffet and a $20 bet. To sign up, visit the office or call 569-5498.

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Breakfast Open House RUSSELL - On Wednesday. February 19 from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., the Russell COA will have a Breakfast Open House, serving coffee, muffins, oatmeal, etc. This event is free and open to all seniors in Russell and surrounding communities. Some take-home frozen breakfast foods will be available.

‘2 for 2 Fridays’ WESTFIELD - Volunteer Alan Sudentas whips up scrumptious pancakes at the Senior Center on the third Friday of every month from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Participants get two big pancakes and a cup of coffee for two bucks. Tickets can be purchased at the Senior Center greeter’s desk on the morning of the breakfast. No advance tickets, no sign-ups, and no reservations for these monthly pancake breakfasts are necessary. In addition, the Senior Center Wellness Nurse, Jennifer Pappas, is also at the Senior Center on the third Friday of

the month to take blood pressures, review medications and discuss medical and health concerns. Invite some friends and treat yourself to breakfast “out” on Friday, February 21 from 9 to 10 a.m. at the Senior Center! The Senior Center is located at 40 Main Street. Free parking is available in the Stop & Shop lot or, for no more than three hours, in the municipal lot behind Bank of America.

Refrigerator Recycling Rebate WESTFIELD - For a limited time, The Sponsors of Mass Save® - Cape Light Compact, National Grid, NSTAR Electric, Unitil and Western Massachusetts Electric Company - are offering a special $100 rebate to residential electric customers for recycling outdated, second refrigerators or freezers through the Mass Save® appliance recycling program. The Mass Save® appliance recycling program encourages residential electric customers to reduce their energy use by recycling old refrigerators and

freezers. Many people don’t realize older refrigerators and freezers require as much as three times the amount of energy as newer, more efficient models. By participating in the program, customers will receive the special $100 rebate and save as much as $150 a year by lowering their household energy usage. Refrigerators and freezers must be in working order, clean and empty, with an inside measurement of between 10 and 30 cubic feet — standard size for most units. A maximum of two units per household per calendar year will be accepted. The program runs yearround with a $50 rebate, but the special $100 rebate only lasts through February 28. Customers can schedule a free home pickup by calling 1-877-545-4113 or visiting www.Masssave.com/Recycle.

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Requests from organizations providing services to the elderly residents of the greater Westfield area. The filing deadline is March 1. Since the Sarah Gillett Trust was established in 1971, thousands of dollars have been awarded each year to those organizations in the greater Westfield area that are serving the elderly populations within this location. Preliminary applications should include the specific amount desired and a brief one page explanation of the services the organization

would provide. No brochures or lengthy descriptions of the organization should be provided at this time. Shortly after the filing date of March 1, qualifying applicants will be contacted and an appointment for an interview with the trustees will be established. Interviews are generally set for Thursday afternoons between 2:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Preliminary Grant Requests are to be mailed to: The Sarah Gillett Services for the Elderly, Inc. P.O. Box 1871 Westfield, MA 01086

ESB Welcomes Bill Fontes Bill Fontes has joined the business banking team at ESB. Bill is not only a business lender with more than 30 years experience, but more importantly an active community leader. Among other involvement, he is the Founding Director of the Promoting Downtown Amherst, Inc., Director of the South Hadley Baseball Association and a coach with the South Hadley Recreation Department and St. Patrick’s CYO basketball. Be sure to stop in to meet Bill and ask how he can help you with your business banking needs.

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Fur-Bowl WESTFIELD - Bowlers of all levels are invited to a Bowl-A-Thon fundraiser on Saturday, February 22 from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. at Canal Bowling Lanes at 74 College Highway in Southampton. The event benefits the Westfield Homeless Cat Project, a no-kill cat and kitten rescue. This purrfectly fun evening will include pizza, snacks, prizes, raffles

BOSTON – State Senator Benjamin B. Downing (D Pittsfield) announced today that the 72nd Citizens' Legislative Seminar (CLS) will be held on Tuesday, March 4 and Wednesday, March 5 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Massachusetts State House. Nominated applicants will participate. The CLS is a biannual seminar that aims to better educate the public on the Commonwealth’s legislative process. Established in 1976 through a collaborative effort of the Massachusetts Senate and the University of Massachusetts, this two day conference features presentations by senators and staff on aspects of the day-to-day experience of legislators in

the Commonwealth. Topics will include the history and process of the legislature, the parliamentary role of the Clerk of the Senate and the future of the legislature. The CLS culminates with a simulated legislative hearing and Senate session where participants are invited to use what they have learned and participate as “senators” in the Senate Chamber in order to have a first-hand experience of the legislative process.

Library Meeting SOUTHWICK - The Friends of the Southwick Public Library have set a Wednesday, March 12 meeting to discuss which library programs they will support during FY’14. According to President Nancy Zdun, “Thanks to profits from the group’s summer book sale and its Holiday Basket Raffle, there are funds to support Children and Adult programs.” Friends of the Library and interested patrons are welcome to attend this meeting set for 7 p.m. in the library’s Community Room and all of their meetings.

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Scholarship Application WESTFIELD - The CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars Board of Directors announces that students applying for scholarships must file online. Through the new website, http://csfwestfield.dollarsforscholars.org, students will have the ability to create online profiles, which allow them to apply for and be matched to multiple scholarships for the 2014 school year. The student dashboard on the website will give students and their parents one stop shopping for chapter scholarships, educational resources, opportunities and events. We encourage prospective college students to begin developing online profiles now, to assure that you are alerted about scholarship opportunities in advance of deadlines. Applications must be submitted by March 22.

WESTFIELD The Scholarship Committee of American Legion Post 124, 38 Broad St., Westfield announces its 17th annual $500 scholarship for High School Seniors. Qualifications: Student must be a High School Senior accepted by a college, university or accredited post-secondary school. Proof of acceptance must accompany application. The parent or guardian of the student must be a member of Post 124 or a deceased member. Application deadline is April 23. The scholarship will be awarded on Memorial Day.

Abner Gibbs Raffle WESTFIELD - Abner Gibbs Elementary School is holding a calendar raffle fundraiser in celebration of the school turning 100 years old. 100 days of prizes to celebrate 100 years of quality education

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Computer Support Tutorials WESTFIELD - Do you have some computer knowledge and experience, but get stuck on certain technical tasks because you never learned how to do them? Individual computer support tutorials are offered at the Senior Center in the Computer Lab located on the second floor. Frank Quirk, retired Senior Lecturer at Northeastern’s College of Professional Studies, conducts the tutorials. There is no charge, but participants must sign up in advance. Sessions are offered on Wednesday mornings between 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. and each is a half-hour in length. Participants should call the Senior Center at 562-6435 to sign up for a session.

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seeking innovative, dynamic and thoughtful leaders to serve on its Board of Directors. This is a two year term commitment beginning in April. GSCWM Board of Directors is a vital, engaged group of volunteers who routinely open doors and make major decisions on behalf of the Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts. Members possess the ability to see the big picture, the willingness to promote the mission of the Girl Scouts, and the capability to serve GSCWM with their time, talent, resources and enthusiasm. The Girl Scouts strive to build a diverse board representing all girls, one that brings its vast knowledge and experience to the table to fulfill the organization's mission of building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. A referral form can be found on the website www.yourtimewellspent.org or you can contact GSCWM CEO Pattie Hallberg at phallberg@ gscwm.org who is happy to provide more information about the organization, the duties and responsibilities of our board members, Board Development Committee members or other governance volunteers. Candidates need not have experience with the Girl Scouts to volunteer. Referrals for qualified prospects are welcome.

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SOUTHWICK - A new series of chair yoga for seniors WESTERN MASS - Girl is being held on Fridays at 11 Scouts of Central and Western a.m. at the Southwick Senior Massachusetts (GSCWM) is Center for all area seniors.

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Yoga Classes MONTGOMERY - Grace Hall Memorial Library is sponsoring yoga classes at the Town Hall, 161 Main Road in Montgomery Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. The mixed-

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level class is taught by Kathy Niedzielski, CYT, of LifeDance Studios in Westfield, and is appropriate for most ability levels. The fee is $10 per class and students should bring their own mats. For more information contact the library by phone at 413 862-3894 or via email at montgomerylibrary@yahoo. com.

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raising a grandchild? Grandparents' traditional roles change dramatically when they assume total responsibility of caring for their grandchildren. Although each family situation is unique, there are many similar needs and concerns. The Greater Westfield Grandparents Raising Grandchildren support group meets the second Tuesday of every month at the Westfield Boys and Girls Club. Childcare will be provided. All grandparents are welcome to attend starting at 6:30 p.m. For questions, please contact gpsg01085@ aol.com or call 562-2301.

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Chi-Gong Exercise Class SOUTHWICK - A new Chi-Gong exercise class is being offered at the Southwick Senior Center and we are hoping to get more involvement. The goal is to provide gentle movement exercises for adults with health challenges, which will result in more energy, an increase in mobility and reduced stress. Classes will be

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AMVETS Seeking New Members RUSSELL - We are looking for veterans who are interested in helping out the community and of course other veterans. Last year we had a successful year as we marched in parades, put on dinners and clover drives, and helped out families. You say what is the AMVETS? The AMVETS is a Veteran’s Service Organization dedicated to serving our fellow veterans and our communities. For more than 60 years, AMVETS has been a staunch advocate of providing American’s veterans with the benefits and services they’ve earned through honorable military service. Unlike other veteran’s service organizations who restrict membership to service dates or theaters of

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Museum Discounts SOUTHWICK - The Southwick Public Library and its Friends Association have 15 area passes/discounts available for check out to its adult patrons in good standing. Each pass is allowed out for two days, may be checked out by a family once per month, and are $5 per day past due. The library’s passes/discounts include: The Springfield Museums, Amelia Park Children’s Museum, the New Children’s Museum in West Hartford and Roaring Brook Nature Center, Eric Carle Museum, Connecticut Tr o l l e y Museum, Massachusetts State Parks Pass, Connecticut Science Center, and the U.S.S. Constitution, Boston. The Friends of the Library passes/discounts include: The Basketball Hall of Fame, Magic Wings, Mystic Seaport, New England Air Museum, Zoo at Forest Park, Holyoke Children’s Museum, and Norman Rockwell Museum.

Hearts, Hugs & Hope: Care Partner Support Group WESTFIELD - Dealing with Alzheimer’s disease isn’t easy. But it is helpful to share your concerns and personal experiences with others who completely understand what you are going through. You will also learn about proven strategies to help you better care for your family member. Join us. We meet on the last Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m on North Road in Westfield. Call for more info at 413-568-0000 or email us at edrumm@armbrookevillage.com or to let us know you will be attending. Light refreshments will be served.

Drivers Needed SOUTHWICK - Southwick Senior Center is looking for volunteers to drive in the mornings to local grocery stores to help with our bread program. Please call the center at 569-5498.

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Southampton Lions WESTFIELD The Southampton Lions Club is now holding its meetings on the first and third Mondays of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Westwood Restaurant in Westfield. This robust group is currently comprised of 36 men and women from Northampton, Easthampton and Southampton and membership is open to residents 18 and older from any city or town in Western Massachusetts. Lions are men and women who volunteer their time to humanitarian causes in their communities by conducting service projects and raising funds to help those in need wherever need exists. Part of a worldwide organization of more than 1.5 million members, the Lions motto is “We Serve.” Lions Clubs across the state donate more than $1 million to Massachusetts Eye Research, but also conduct service activities emphasizing diabetes awareness, education and research, community welfare, improved hearing and

work with those who are physically and mentally impaired. Lions members come from every walk of life, age and persuasion but all have one thing in common: They enjoy helping others. While the primary function of the Club is charitable, its members often find involvement in Lionism leads to improved networking with others in the community. Any resident interested in joining this local Lions Club is most welcome to come to a meeting as a guest to talk with others about the work of Lionism and get to know the benefits of becoming a member.

Library Collection SOUTHWICK - A special collection housed in the Children’s Room helps families to cope with various challenges and issues. The Bibliotherapy Collection consists of fiction and non-fiction titles to read to your children regarding physiological changes, keeping safe, coping

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Volunteer Companions Sought WESTFIELD - If you want to impact an older adult’s life in a positive way, consider volunteering with the Council On Aging Companion Program. Companions assist homebound elders in Westfield with grocery shopping, errands, transportation to medical appointments and/ or friendly visiting. The goal of the Volunteer Companion Program is to help older adults maintain their independence and sense of well being. It takes only two hours per week and volunteers are reimbursed for their gas mileage. There is no charge to seniors for the service which is funded by the Westfield Community Development Block Grant program, Sarah Gillett Services for the Elderly, the

Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs, and private donations. For more information, contact Fran Aguda at the Senior Center at 562-6435.

Yarn Donations Needed WESTFIELD - The “Sassy Stitchers” knit and crochet group at the Westfield Council on Aging is seeking yarn or monetary donations for their involvement with two local programs, “Project Linus” and “Comfort Covers.” The mission of Project Linus is to provide a sense of security, warmth, and comfort to children who are seriously ill or traumatized through the gifts of new, handmade blankets and afghans. Lap blankets and shawls are given to seriously ill hospice patients through

the Comfort Covers program. Donations of brand new, full skeins of washable yarn or monetary donations for the purchase of yarn will be gratefully accepted. Please contact Tara LeBlanc at 562-6435 for additional information.

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their home, school, or library – anywhere that has a computer and internet access. SOUTHWICK - Southwick- Please, join CSF Westfield On-Stage announces a direc- Dollars for Scholars in this tor’s search for the 2014 sea- great opportunity! son. The theatre group plans 'Noodlers' Club to produce two shows. Both WESTFIELD - During the shows will be presented on the morning hours, when children stage at the Southwick Town are busy studying at school, Hall. The first show will be: ‘On there is another group who Golden Pond’, by Ernest refers to the Boys & Girls Thompson (first produced in Club of Greater Westfield as 1979) and the second produc- their second home. They have themselves the tion (pending licensing dubbed approval) will be a musical “Noodlers” and they have “The Fantasticks’, music by been active members since the Harvey Schmidt, book and lyr- building opened in 1991. From 7:30 a.m. till 10 a.m. this enerics by Tom Jones. Interested parties should getic group of senior citizens contact the theatre group via can be found walking in the their website: southwick-on- gym, swimming laps or simstage.org or contact Joan ply splashing around in the Perkins-Smith at 413-569- pool. On any given week day 15 1572 and select ‘Opportunities’ to 20 “Noodlers” can be found and ‘Directors’. at the club enjoying their Online Seminar morning workout. Our “Noodlers” regularly organize WESTFIELD - Scholarship America has partnered with coffee hours and holiday parCollegeWeekLive to host an ties here at the club to celeonline event specifically for brate the friendships they Dollars for Scholars commu- share. The club provides a friendly nities. CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars is pleased to offer environment for adults and students, parents and others in seniors to stay active and feel Westfield a convenient way to like they belong. Just like our receive relevant and timely youth members, our seniors information from national refer to each other as their experts on financing education second family. With an annual membership beyond high school. fee of $125.00 for adults and The event will feature three live, interactive presentations, $99.00 for seniors, the club and include topics such as invites the community to take completing the FAFSA, under- advantage of its resources. standing financial aid options Anyone interested in adult and and sharing tips on finding and senior memberships and programs offered from 7:30 a.m. applying for scholarships. Participants can join the pre- until 11:30 a.m. please contact sentations from the comfort of Lerryn at 562-2301.

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Cat Adoptions WESTFIELD – The Westfield Homeless Cat Project, a no-kill cat rescue, holds adoptions at 1124 East Mountain Road during January on Thursdays 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Saturdays 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Sundays 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. These friendly cats are spayed/neutered, have their vaccinations and are ready to warm your laps and hearts. Email denisesinico@hotmail. com.

Guitar Lessons WESTFIELD - The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Westfield is now accepting registrations for youth ages 8 and older for guitar lessons. Lessons will held on Wednesdays. Beginner classes will be from 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. and advanced classes will be

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Volunteer Tutors and Teachers Needed WESTFIELD - Are you a community member, parent or college student? Do you have some extra time and a desire to help children? An hour a week can truly make a difference to help Westfield schools! Volunteers in Public Schools of Westfield (VIPS) would like to match YOU with a request for help from one of our schools. Volunteers work at assignments at the

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request of and under the direction of a staff person. VIPS is currently searching for volunteers at the following locations: Highland Elementary School requests a mentor/ tutor to work with a 2nd grade Nepali student between for ½ hour between 10:30 a.m. and noon. Paper Mill Elementary School is searching for assistance during lunch times any day Monday through Friday and any time between 11:30 a.m. and 1:10 p.m. Grade 5 is looking for a math helper from 10:10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. or a Grade 3 class is looking for math assistance from noon to 1 p.m. any day. A 3rd grade student needs organization assistance for 30 minutes at 9:30 a.m. one or more times weekly. Training is provided as needed. VIPS will work with you to match your availability and school preference. All interested in volunteering must complete an application, a Criminal Offender Records Information form and training before they can begin to volunteer. Training appointments

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series continues on Monday nights at 6 p.m. at the Russell Senior Center. The cost is $50 for the whole eight-session series or $10 for a drop-in day. Make checks payable to: Russell COA Yoga. For more information, contact Dennis Moran (413) 862-4769. Combat the winter blues with yoga!

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A Gardener's Winter (Family Features) - There may not be a lot you can do in your garden during the winter months, especially if you're in a colder part of the country. But there is plenty that you can do right now that will keep you connected to the garden you love while helping you prepare to get your hands dirty in the spring. Evaluate the structure of your garden. The human body has a skeleton that gives it

structure. The garden has a similar framework which is made up of the permanent and structural items and plantings. Trees, shrubs, paths, ponds, arbors, trellises and benches are all part of a garden's bones. And with few leaves to get in the way, winter is a good time to see how your garden's framework is holding up. Study your garden's bones from all vantage points. Look at tree and shrub sizes

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and see which ones have gotten too big for their current location. Do they need to be moved or will a good pruning bring them back into scale? Are there unattractive areas, such as the house foundation or a fence, that need something to screen them off? Examine the lines created by garden bed edges, sidewalks and the driveway. Do they help create a natural visual flow from one area to another? Beds may need some reshaping, and the hard lines of a sidewalk may need to be softened with plantings and mulch. Make sure you have plenty of winter interest. With many plants dying back for the winter, gardens can be uninspiring, to say the least. Gaping holes in the landscape, flattened, nondescript areas and a distinct lack of color are signs that you need to perk things up for the winter. Evergreen conifers come in all shapes and sizes, and they are not all just green. They add height, texture, color and scent to an otherwise dull landscape - and they look great in the snow. Look for interesting combinations of shapes and colors, keeping your garden's particular sun and water conditions in mind. When the leaves fall off of some plants, a beautiful new sight is revealed. Whether it's

the brightly colored branches of a red- or yellow-stemmed dogwood shrub, or the beautifully peeling bark of a river birch, the colors and textures of branches can look great in a winter garden. Look for architectural features to add to the landscape. Arbors, trellises, bird baths and garden art can catch the winter light, create intriguing shadows and frame interesting views. Another way to create win-

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ter interest is to resist the urge to cut back the perennial grasses and plants that have gone dormant. The feathery fronds of pampas grass glow in a winter sunrise, and the dried blossoms of a sedum 'Autumn Joy' catch snow and attract small birds. What do you have that brings some subtle beauty to the garden? Dream, plan, and dream some more. Load up on seed and plant catalogs, research what will work in your area, sketch out new ideas, think through plant rearrangements, and have fun making plans. When spring time finally arrives, you'll be ready to turn your winter dreaming into reality.

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Old car is having trouble with its get-up-and-go BY TOM AND RAY MAGLIOZZI Dear Tom and Ray: I have a 1979 Jeep CJ-7 with a 5-liter V-8 engine. The ignition switch is the type commonly used in vehicles of this vintage, and it's located on the steering column. It has an "accessoryonly" position; an ignition-on, "run" position; and a spring-loaded, "crank" position, which activates the starter

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motor as long as you hold the key there. When I go to start the engine, I turn the ignition switch to the "crank" position, and the starter motor cranks normally. But the engine will not start until after I release the key and it springs back to the ignition-on, "run" position. I wired a remote starter switch directly into the starter solenoid and tried starting the car with that. And as long as the ignition switch

was in the "run" position, I could make the starter motor crank and the engine fire up normally while the starter motor was still turning. Any ideas? -- Michael RAY: We were just trying to remember the last time we saw a '79 CJ-7 in the shop, Michael. TOM: We couldn't remember, so we also took a moment to thank the automotive deities for that small

blessing. RAY: The first thing I'd suspect and test would be a bad ignition switch in the steering column. TOM: What you want to do is test that "crank" position. When the key is in the crank position, both the starter motor and the coil are supposed to get power. RAY: The starter motor, obviously, gets power to crank the engine and get

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in the CJ-7 is a pain the rear differential. TOM: So try a new switch without installing it first. You should be able to reach under the steering

column, unplug the wires that go into the existing switch and then plug those wires into your new switch, which you'll leave dangling from the wires for now. RAY: Then use a screwdriver to turn the new switch and see what happens. If it works, you can then remove the steering wheel and all that, and install the new switch permanently. TOM: Or just leave it dangling. I think that's a nice touch on a '79 CJ. Good luck, Michael. *** It's NEVER cheaper in the long run to buy a new car. Want proof? Order Tom and Ray's pamphlet "How to Buy a Great Used Car: Secrets Only Your Mechanic Knows." Send $4.75 (check or money order) to Used Car, P.O. Box 536475,

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Easy Ways to Eat Like an Athlete (Family Features) It is common to pair an exercise routine with a plan to cut calories and improve eating habits. While this good old fashioned approach to getting in shape is a smart and healthy one, it's important that your new diet provides adequate nutrition to fuel your exercise. Food is your body's energy source, and giving yourself a boost of energy before your workout is a sound strategy for powering your workout. Afterward, you will have depleted a good portion of your energy reserves, so it's important to refuel postworkout, as well. While your doctor or a nutritionist can help you

determine your body's exact needs based on your physical activity level, age and body type, you can get started keeping these tips in mind: Create an eating plan that incorporates carbohydrates and protein, as well as fat in moderation. Carbohydrates are what the body converts into glucose, which in turn, muscles use for energy. Protein slows the absorption of carbs, prolonging your body's access to the energy they provide. Your body needs moderate amounts of fat, too, which can be found in a wide range of low-fat foods such as milk and lean meats. Aim to incorporate each of these food categories into every meal.

Timing when you eat will affect how much energy you have to exercise. A small snack before you get started may give you the power you need for a successful workout. Before beginning a workout, start with a warmup. Rather than static stretches (holding a stretch for a period of time), which can actually have an adverse effect on your muscles, incorporate a dynamic stretching routine with more movement to get blood flowing, increase muscle temperature and kick-start your nervous system. See Easy Ways, Page 19


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Weather forecasting improvements By JAY BERGER “Everyone complains about the weather, but no one does anything about it.” That old “chestnut” soon will drop by the wayside. This past year we have seen many weather-related tragedies. A number of tornado-related deaths and destructions in the Midwest and south, and the horrendous toll wrought by Hurricane Sandy—just to name two of the most violent storms. The United States House of Representatives is close to passing a bill entitled “The Weather Forecast Improvement Act.” This act—when it passes, clears the Senate and attains the Presidential signature— would help in some significant areas. Tornado forecasting right now gives people 15-20 minutes of warning. With more help from satellites, along with cooperation from all parts of global warning, this can expand the warning to over an hour. If one follows weather forecasts, the announcer will note that the Weather Channel’s model says that, “The storm will go directly north and hit us, but the European model says that it will veer eastward and skip

by us.” Then there is a Japanese model, which clashes with the Weather Channel regarding weather on the west coast. Under the new legislation, our National Weather service, National Oceanic and Air Administration (NOAA), will cooperate with other modelers as well as private weather groups to narrow predicted weather that citizenry can rely on. The most recent few days, had predictions of 6-8 to 10 inches of snow. We all know

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that we had a dusting. One forecaster citing the European Model said that the weather system would hug the coastline and we would get very little snow. Perhaps this would improve under new guidelines. Lead times for tornado warnings have not been updated since the early 1990s. When Congress passes the new bill, and forecasting gets somewhat more consolidated and newer satellites are sent up, we should see less destruction and potential casualties. Many years ago, I was doing some book reporting on Kitty Broman’s show on top of Provin Mountain at Channel 22. John Quill was the forecaster for the station. He did his own forecasting with his own instruments. Now, the forecasters have all sorts of input from satellites and the National Weather Services, as well as private weather forecast companies. John seemed to be as accurate then as they are now. Let us hope that with the passage of this important act, that all of us will benefit from the advance knowledge of impending hurricanes, tornados, blizzards, northeasters and all the myriad weather systems that plague our lives. As I keep telling Kitty when she looks at our large thermometer on the rear deck and it reads zero-degrees, “Spring is just around the corner.”

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Wild and Scenic Westfield River WESTFIELD - The Wild and Scenic Westfield River turns 20 years old and the Watershed Suitcases are out and about in local Libraries and Town Halls to celebrate. They are “Traveling the Watershed”, inspiring community members to take a second look at the Westfield River and join the Wild and Scenic volunteers for trainings and workdays for 2014, our 20th year of having been honored with Wild and Scenic designation. The suitcases are designed and painted by local artists and are chock full of information and ideas for adventure. There are reference books, maps, DVD’s, guidebooks and brochures. If you have a location within the ten towns with Wild & Scenic designation or in neighboring towns where the suitcases might be hosted, call Meredyth Babcock 413 623-2070. Where are the suitcases now? They are at the Savoy Town Hall, the Huntington Library, Chesterfield Library, Chester Library and at the Notchveiw reservation in Windsor MA. Not sure if your town has Wild & Scenic Designation? Visit our newly updated website www.westfieldriverwildscenic.org.

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