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Huntington Council on Aging Day Trip to Boston Flower Show There are still about 20 open seats that must be filled for the day trip to the Boston Flower show on March 15, 2018, otherwise the trip may be cancelled. The trip is being sponsored by the Huntington Council on Aging and is open to everyone, not only senior citizens. The Council on Aging is extending the deadline for reservations and payments to March 5th. The Luxury Silver Fox bus will be picking up passengers

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Senator Humason Announces March Office Hours State Senator Don Humason announced today that he will be holding public office hours during March in cities and towns throughout the 2nd Hampden and Hampshire District. Senator Humason or his staff will be available at public office hours on the fol-

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Improve your golf game off the field! Beyond the golf lessons, practices and golf equipment, there are specific skills that need to be honed to play a proficient game of golf. Good golfers develop flexibility, strength, power, body awareness and core stability. This golf exercise program will work on developing stronger muscles and bones for the entire body with additional focus on the core. A simple, safe, and short routine will accomplish this task. This strength training program will be taught by Karen Saczawa a certified personal trainer. This is a small group personal training class for golfers, offered at the Westfield Y’s Functional training room. Don’t neglect one important aspect of your game: your physical abilities. The class will meet Tues. & Thurs., 10:30AM-11:15AM for the Month of March. For more information, contact Cindy Agan, at the Westfield YMCA, P. 413.568.8631 E. cagan@westfieldymca.org

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Greater Westfield Lunch at the Russell Senior Center Community The Russell Council on Band Rehersals Aging serves lunch at the The Greater Westfield Community Band will begin rehearsals for its spring concert and we invite all local musicians over the age of 18 to join us, whether you have played with us previously or are looking to dust off those instruments for the first time in many years. Rehearsals will be held on Mondays at the North Middle School on Southampton Road in Westfield, just north of the Mass Turnpike exit, starting March 5, 2018, and continuing March 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9 culminating with our concert on Wednesday April 11, 2018. All rehearsals and the concert start at 7:30. Previous experience is not necessary but you must be able to read music. The band is under the direction of Jim O’Connor and plays a wide variety of music. For further information, contact us through our website: GWCB. org New members are always welcome — a good time is always had!

Russell Senior Center, 65 Main St., Russell, each Tuesday at noon. Lunch is provided by Highland Valley Elder Services. There is not a fee for lunch but a $3.00 donation is suggested by Highland Valley. Reservations should be made and meal choice stated, by calling and leaving a message at 862-6205 by the Sunday evening before. The menu for Tuesday, March 6th is Cheese Frittata or Orange Glaze Chicken, steamed broccoli, Dimes is celebrating their 80th brown rice, whole wheat bread, anniversary of helping parents and fresh fruit for dessert. of children afflicted with life threatening illnesses. The dinner will be held Friday March American Legion 9, 2018 and Saturday March Post 124 To Hold 10, 2018 at the Post Home from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM. 71st March Of Special guests from the Massachusetts March of Dimes Dimes Benefit will be present at the Friday Dinner night dinner. Donations are The American Legion Post $8:00 for adults and $4.00 for 124, 38 Broad Street will hold children. A complete dinner of its 71st consecutive benefit spaghetti, meatballs, salad, dinner for the March of Dimes dessert and coffee prepared by Foundation. The March of Post 124 members, volunteers and our special sauce will be served by Westfield High School and St Mary’s High School National Honor Society Honor Students. Our special meatball grinders will be available each day from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM, donation of $5.00. Take-out will be available for dinners and grinders.

Westfield to welcome hometown hero Kacey Bellamy Mayor Brian P. Sullivan is pleased to announce that the City of Westfield will be welcoming hometown hero and 2018 Olympic gold medalist, Kacey Bellamy on Saturday, March 10. Kacey will be escorted by the Westfield Police and Fire Department at approximately 9:30 am beginning at Mestek down North Elm Street and continuing across the Great River Bridge onto Elm Street, around the green, and down south Broad Street to The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Westfield located at 28 West Silver Street. Ms. Bellamy will be at the Boys and Girls Club gymnasium from 10:00am until 1:00pm for a public meet and greet event.

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The First Congregational Church, 18 Broad Street, Westfield will once again offer their famous Corned Beef and Cabbage dinner, Saturday March 10th at 5:30 PM. First Church dinners have become a favorite to area residents and this dinner is always a sell-out. Tickets are now on sale from the church office. They are $12.50 for adult’s children 10 and under are free. The menu will consist of corned beef, cabbage, Irish potatoes, boiled potatoes, carrots, rolls, butter, dessert and beverage. Come and join everyone for a grand night out. Call the Church Office at 568-2833 for reservations.

Maple Harvest Day & Pancake Breakfast March 11, 2018. Storrowton Village Museum & Storrowton Tavern. Learn about the history and folklore of one of New England’s earliest harvests from former Storrowton Village Museum Director Dennis Picard. At the Gilbert Farmstead, see a demonstration of a sugar camp and sap boiling, fireplace cooking demonstration, and crafts. Select maple products and memorabilia will also be available for sale. Treat yourself and your family to a scrumptious sitdown breakfast prepared by the West Springfield Lions Club from 10am-Noon. Pancakes with pure maple syrup, sausages, coffee, and juice will be served in the Red Barn for $5 per person – all proceeds will be donated to Storrowton Village

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Volunteers wanted for Scholarship Mail-a-thon Southwick Dollars for Scholars will hold its annual Mail-a-thon from 5:30pm-7:30 pm on Monday, March 12 at Southwick Regional School library. Everyone is invited to join the fun to prepare for this year’s mailing. Volunteers will enjoy snacks and good company to help make the time go by quickly. Students earn 2-4 hours of volunteer time. Proceeds go to the Southwick Dollars for Scholars Scholarship for distribution to this year’s scholars. For more information, email southwickdollarsforscholars@gmail.com Are Thoughts of Going to West Point in Your Future? If you have ever thought about attending West Point, you’ll want to meet Cadet Harry Reed. Cadet Reed, a Southwick resident and current West Point Cadet, will be at the Southwick Public Library on Tuesday, March 13th at 2:30 p.m. to speak about continuing your education at West Point. Learn about admissions, aca-

demics, extracurricular activities, opportunities following graduation, and benefits. Cadet Reed will also answer any questions the audience has in general about the U.S. Army. This program is for students in 7th– thru 11th graders. Parents are also invited to attend.

Russell Council on Aging St Patrick’s Day Luncheon The Russell Council on Aging will have our St. Patrick’s Day luncheon and March Birthday celebration, Tuesday, March 13th at 11:45 a.m. A traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage meal will be served, followed by birthday cake for dessert. All are welcome. The cost for the luncheon is $11.50 per person. The Russell COA is able to absorb a portion of the cost for its Seniors, the cost to Russell Seniors is $6.00 per person, and Russell Seniors with birthdays in March receive their lunch at no cost. Wear your green and join the celebration. The Do Re Mi Singers of Westfield will be performing their St. Patrick’s Day concert at 1:30 at the Chester Council on Aging.

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If anyone is interested in attending the concert after the luncheon and would like to car pool, please call the Russell COA reservation line and leave a message. Or, if you’d like to attend the concert only, that’s fine too! There is not a fee for the concert. Please make reservations by March 9th by mailing a check to Russell COA, PO Box 407, Russell, MA 01071. For more information contact Carrie Florek at 862-6217 or russellcoa@ russellma.net.

Southwick’s 250th Birthday Southwick will be celebrating its’ 250th Birthday in the year 2020. The Town of Southwick Select Board is seeking volunteers to serve on the “Celebrate Southwick Days” Committee. Please submit a letter of interest and resume to the Select Board by 12:00 p.m. March 13, 2018. Mario Day at the Southwick Public Library

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Free Parent Training on Positive Discipline Are you the parent of a toddler, teen or “in-between” who is feeling overwhelmed with morning hassles, bedtime hassles, homework hassles, foul language, fighting or whining? You’re not alone! Join other area parents for a free workshop series on March 14, 21 and 28 at Chester Elementary School to learn “positive discipline”. Research tells us that children are hardwired from birth to connect with others, and that children who feel a sense of connection to their community, family and school are less likely to misbehave. To be successful, contributing members of their community, children must learn necessary social and life skills. Positive Discipline is based on the understanding that discipline must be taught and that discipline also teaches. Free childcare and dinner will be provided to those who attend. For more information, or to register, contact Kim Savery at 6672203 ext. 310 or ksavery@hchcweb.org.

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Annual Lenten Fish Dinner St Joseph’s Church, 73 Main St, Westfield will hold our famous annual fish dinner on Friday, March 23 at 6:00 pm. Along with the fish, the meal includes potatoes, vegetables, rolls, and homemade dessert and a drink. The cost is $12.00. Ticket must be purchased in advance; no tickets will be sold at the door. Please send your check to St Joseph’s Church, 73 Main St, Westfield, MA 01085 no later than Friday, March 16. Your paid ticket will be reserved for you at the door.

The Southwick Cultural 9:30, please call the center at Council (SCC) is now accept- 569-5498 to make one. Free ing applications from all screenings may be done and regional artists for consideration at its 19th annual juried Art Exhibition. The Exhibition will be held at the Southwick Town Hall on April 28 and 29, 2018. The exhibit is open to fine arts, fine art crafts (sculpture, pottery), and photography on all subject matter and media. Originals, limited editions and open editions are allowed. Interested artisans may pick up an application and guideline at the Southwick Town Hall or, download from the town website, www.southwickma.org/cultural. Applications are also available

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Whalley Way, Southwick, MA. FREE for Chamber members, $10 General Public (cash/credit paid at the door). Refreshments will be served. 50/50 Raffle to benefit our Chamber Scholarship fund! Bring your business cards and make connections! On-line registration available @ www.westfieldbiz.org. For more information, please call Pam at the Chamber at 413.568.1618.

Fire Victim’s Fundraiser Spaghetti Dinner Montgomery announces the Fire Victim’s Fundraiser Spaghetti Dinner to benefit the Bodendorf and Camp families. This winter our town has suffered, these two families have lost both their homes due to fire. Please come and support your neighbors at the Spaghetti Dinner held in the Montgomery Town Hall on March 15 at 6 pm. Tickets are $8 for Adults and $5 for kids under 12, there will be a 50/50 raffle and ToGo boxes if you cannot stay. The Pitoniak Brother’s will be providing live music as well! Volunteers and donations please contact Paula at the Montgomery Library (413-862-3894 or montgomerylibrary@yahoo. com)

Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce – St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast Join us as for our annual St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast hosted by Westfield State University March 16, 2018 (7:00 – 9:00 am). Thank you to our sponsors: Event Sponsor: Westfield State University; Bronze Sponsor: Republic Services; In-Kind Flower Sponsor: Flowers by Webster. Keynote Speaker: Bo Sullivan, Executive Director of The Irish Cultural Center of Western

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New England. 50/50 Raffle to support the Chamber Scholarship Fund. Breakfast tickets: $25 for Chamber Members, $30 for General Public. Registration is available on our website at www. westfieldbiz.org. For tickets, sponsorship opportunities or additional information, please contact: Pam Bussell at The Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce: 413.568.1618 or pbussell@westfieldbiz.org.

Self-Defense Awareness, Safety and Protect, Self-Defense Series at the YMCA of Greater Westfield will consist of three Sunday afternoon’s for woman only. Each Sunday you will get workouts that will maximum physical efficiency and selfconfidence to help deal with a variety of situations. You will learn how to quickly disable an attacker and learn how to take advantage of time and space. You will learn various stances, striking motions, kicks, choke holds, and other defense techniques to help protect yourself. Learn to prepare for the unexpected! The instructor, Catlin McCue, is a certified R.A.D., rape aggression defense, instructor. This program is based on realistic self-defense tactics taught for woman only. The Sunday dates are March 18th, 25, and April 8th from

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Enjoy Some “You Time” at SPL’s Adult Color, Chat & Cookies 1:00PM to 2:15PM. Girls 14 and 15 of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Registration is required. Space is limited. For more info, contact Cindy Agan, Fitness Director, P. 413. 568.8631 or Email: cagan@westfieldymca. org

CSF Scholarship Application Deadline March 18th The CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars Board of Directors announces that beginning February 1st high school seniors and college students in undergraduate studies residing in Westfield may apply for college scholarships online through the website, http: // csfwestfield.dollarsforscholars.org. Students will have the

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Pastel Artist Gregory John Maichack Offers Hands-on Monet-Inspired Pastel Painting Workshop for Adults at SPL The Southwick Public Library will host award-winning pastel artist Gregory John Maichack to present an adult (18+) hands-on workshop, “Monet’s Magic: Pastel Paint Monet’s Wondrous Water Lilies,” on Monday, March 20th from 6-8 p.m. This pastel painting workshop is designed for sheer beginners to experienced artists. Seats may fill quickly so please call (413) 569-1221 (Circulation) to pre-register. Imagine using the actual imagery that inspired Monet to paint his “Water Lily” paintings. In this new, highly-researched two-hour workshop, participants create their own pastel painting, freely experimenting with hundreds of the artist’s professional grade pastels, pastel pencils, and pastel paper, in this fun pastel painting workshop. Gregory Maichack is a seasoned pro at teaching pastel techniques, as recognized by the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) Boston, Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC), and over 800 libraries and local cultural councils. He guides participants through drawing a close up of a water lily. Then participants are encouraged to make it their own using the water garden photos he took on site at Monet’s home studio in Giverny, France, the site from which Monet painted his famous water lilies. Expressive and fun, you will quickly learn how easy and direct pastel painting is and as always, all will keep their pastel painting. “This project is supported in part by a grant from the Southwick Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.”

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Are you looking to get on the “fast track” to a career in customer service? Springfield Technical Community College will offer its popular fast track Customer Service Essentials Certificate training program starting March 21. The accelerated 14-week program prepares students to become employable, strong candidates for advanced customer service and sales support positions. Students who successfully complete the program will earn a Customer Service Essentials Certificate. Requested by area industry partners, the customer service fast track program reduces the time it takes to earn a certificate from 30

weeks to 14 weeks. Fast track customer service classes run Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., providing intense focus for faster completion. Four classes are offered for each seven-week semester. Customer service requires a solid foundation in many areas to support the needs of both the customer and the organization. While employers welcome entry-level candidates for their customer service positions, a need exists for more prepared candidates who can achieve at higher levels. Courses in the fast track program will provide a broad range of knowledge that will assist customer service professionals in many aspects of theirfuture positions. English courses focus on written and verbal communication—the cornerstone of the customer service professional. Math and computer applications courses will help provide the tools needed to evaluate data and execute reports. Psychology, management, and marketing courses will provide foundational

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Teen Lounge at the Southwick Public Library Snack and relax! Make your own candy sushi in the community room at the Southwick Public Library. Enjoy your snack while you watch the smash hit anime film “Your Name.” Thursday, March 22nd from 2:30-4:15.For grades 7-12.For further information, please contact the reference desk at 413-569-1221 ex. 3

SPL’s Cookbook Club Tries Smart Cooking Using a Slow Cooker & Martha Stewart’s Slow Cooker Cookbook The Southwick Public Library’s Cookbook Club will be using their slow cooker this month to cook recipes from Martha Stewart’s Slow Cooker: 110 recipes for flavorful, foolproof dishes (including desserts!), plus test-kitchen tips and strategies / from the kitchens of Martha Stewart Living. Don’t own a slow cooker? We will have an alternate cookbook you may use. The group will meet on Tuesday, March 27 at 6:30. Copies of the cookbook are available at the Circulation Desk. Please make sure your name is added to our list of participants. Once you have chosen your 1st and 2nd choice recipes, email the information to southwicklibrary@comcast.net and we will advise you which one to prepare. Please be advised: Neither the food served at cookbook club, and prepared in home kitchens, nor the facilities have been inspected by the state or the local public health agency.

Massachusetts Blue Ribbon 4-H Calf Sale March 23-24, 2018 in Mallary West at the Eastern States Exposition. Annual Dairy Calf sale put on by the Massachusetts 4-H Dairy Committee to support Mass. 4-H dairy programming. 9am – 4pm. Admission is free.


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House painting LETOURNEAU & SONS PAINTING ONE CALL DOES IT ALL! We are a family owned and operated, painting and home improvement company serving the Westfield area since 1986. We specialize in residential/commercial, interior/exterior painting and staining, ceiling and drywall repairs, water damage repair, exterior home repairs, and carpentry of all types including roof repairs. Call Bill for your FREE no obligation estimate (413) 977-9633 or (413) 562-5727 www.Ls-painting.com

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Fields of Flowers: The Annual Spring Bulb Show Northampton — It may still be winter outside, a landscape of bare trees and gray skies, but Smith College’s Lyman Conservatory will soon be in ablaze with the colors of spring. A spectacular array of crocuses, hyacinths, narcissi, irises, lilies, tulips, and more will be in full bloom at the annual Bulb Show. Botanic Garden Director Tim Johnson will give the opening lecture for the Bulb Show in the Campus Center Carroll Room on Friday, March 2 at 7:30pm. His topic is Stories About Seeds. This lecture will be a journey through time, starting with the emergence flowering plant lineage 125 million years ago. Learn about how the humble skill of seed saving altered the course of human history and the crucial work being done today to preserve biodiversity and cultural identities in seed banks. Following his lecture there will be a reception at the illuminated Lyman Plant House to celebrate the opening of the Spring Bulb Show. The display runs Saturday, March 3 through Sunday, March 18, and is open to the public daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. On Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, the show is open until 8:00 pm. The suggested donation is $5.00. Special members-only hours, daily from 9:00 am to 10:00 am (please bring your membership card or you may join when you get here), provide a less crowded experience of the show. Also opening March 3 in the Church Exhibition Gallery is Vanishing Acts: Trees Under Threat a new exhibit that explores endangered trees from all over the world. Discover trees that are over 4,000 years old, and trees that produce life-saving cancer drugs. Learn about the threats to these trees, how human impacts have shaped their environment and habitat, and finally how we can all help prevent the loss of these remarkable organisms through simple steps with major impacts. The weekend following the Bulb Show, Friends of the Botanic Garden and the general public are invited to purchase many of the hardy bulbs from the show. Inexpensively priced, these crocus, daffodil, hyacinth, narcissus, and tulip bulbs, as well as some other plants, can later be planted outdoors or displayed indoors in pots. The general public can purchase bulbs on Saturday March 24, 12:00pm to 3:00pm and Sunday, March 25, 9:00am to 3:00pm. Members (please bring your membership card) can purchases bulbs on Saturday morning March 28, 9:00am to 12:00pm. Please bring your own flats or cardboard trays. The Botanic Garden is wheelchair accessible. Parking is available on College Lane for the two weeks of the Bulb Show. For more information, contact the Botanic Garden of Smith College at (413) 585-2740 or visit the web site at www.smith.edu/garden

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Bumble is a sweet, gentle bun. He is a curious boy that likes to investigate new areas. Bumble enjoys cuddles from his human friends and will sit in your lap. He is neutered and litterbox trained! Come to Westfield Animal Shelter to meet Bumble!

Picasso, a DSH black cat, is a shy boy and really comes around when his buddy, Monet (brown tabby) is close by. Monet is a social love bug and wants to get cuddles from anyone willing to give them out. Both boys are available for new homes, so come to Westfield Animal Shelter to meet Picasso and Monet!

For more information please call (413) 564-3129 or stop by the Westfield Regional Animal Shelter 178 Apremont Way, Westfield, MA

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Donate to CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars Join the hundreds of Westfield residents that have helped Westfield college-bound students attain their educational goals by donating to the annual fund drive that is being conducted by CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars. College costs are staggering. The mission of CSF Westfield is to expand access to undergraduate higher education for resident students of Westfield, by raising funds and distributing these funds on a fair and nondiscriminatory basis. CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars is seeking donations that will be used for the scholarship fund. Your monetary contribution will directly support college students who are selected to receive a CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars scholarship. In over five decades, through the generosity of countless citizens and organizations of Westfield CSF Westfield has distributed over three million dollars to almost six thousand Westfield Students. At Awards Night in May 2017, CSF Westfield awarded 97 scholarships for a total value of more than $125,000. Yet this is only 5% or less of college costs for the year. With your assistance CSF can bolster the scholarship amounts awarded. You can help make a difference with a charitable contribution to CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars. Gifts of any amount are greatly appreciated! To learn more and/or to donate online visit https://csfwestfield.dollarsforscholars. org. Donate by mail by sending check made payable to CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars to the address: to CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars, P.O. Box 382, Westfield, MA 01086. Names of donors who contribute $50 or more will be published in the program booklet distributed on Awards Night. Donations received on or before March 31, 2018 will be published in the May 17, 2018 program booklet. Donations received after March 31, 2018 will be published in the 2019 program booklet. CSF Westfield Dollars for Scholars is an affiliate of the national organization, Scholarship America, and its Dollars for Scholars program. The Westfield, Massachusetts chapter was established in 1962 and is a tax exempt charitable organization staffed by non-salaried volunteers. Questions may be directed to email: csfwestfieldma@ gmail.com

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Each office is independently owned & operated

lorena@lorenasienko.com | www.lorenasienko.com

GARAGE DOORS Sales • Installation Service & Repair

Residential & Light Commercial

Certified, Licensed, Insured • Free Estimates 413-289-6550 • 413-626-1978 • www.menardgaragedoors.com

RGTurc@Yahoo.com Post Office Box 157 Westfield, MA 01086

FREE ESTIMATES

Ray Turcotte (413) 214-4149 Masters Lic. A18022

FULLY INSURED

BAKER MASONRY Residential & Commercial BOBCAT SERVICES

FIREPLACES • CHIMNEYS • STEPS • SIDEWALKS • PATIOS CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS • BILCO HATCHWAYS

BRICK - BLOCK STONE - CONCRETE

(413) 569-3172 (413) 599-0015

Carleton’s

Custom Lamp Picture Repair Framing 38 West school st. and and Restoration Westfield, MA Repair Appointments anytime

(413) 568-2339

(413) 537-5842

To Advertise Call 413-562-4181

$ 60 Flat Rate Residential Computer Repair Virus Removal • Hardware Upgrades • Data Recovery • Reinstalls Screen Replacements & More! (800) 259-4877

acceleratedit.net

650 New Ludlow Rd. • South Hadley, MA 01075

COMPLETE

since 1984

BATHROOM & KITCHEN

R E N O V AT I O N S

New or Repair

Brick-Block-Stone

SOLEK MASONRY

Chimneys • Foundations • Fireplaces

Fully Insured MA Lic #072233 MA Reg #144831

DAVE DAVIDSON (413) 569-9973 www.davedavidsonremodeling.com

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Zoning New Installations Heating & Cooling, INC Replacements Air Filtration Fully EPA Duct WorkCleaning Insured Certified Tune-Ups Steve Burkholder, Owner - License #GF5061-J Maintenance 18 Years Experience Gas Piping FREE (413) 575-8704 ESTIMATES Humidifiers

ranfield TREE SERVICE Seasoned Hardwood

LOG LOAD

Clearance

Prices may vary, call for quote

413-569-6104 • 413-454-5782

LOTS CLEARED • TREE REMOVAL • EXCAVATION FULLY INSURED • FREE ESTIMATES

(413) 569-6855 (413) 569-3428

Free Estimates

David Rose Plumbing & Heating Veteran Owned & Operated Westfield, MA

(413) 579-4073

MA Lic # PL33191-J Fully Licensed & Insured

CREATIVE COLORS

QUALITY PAINTING

413-214-5646

e’sBODY Simply Electrifying GeorgAUTO Lamp Restoration & Repair

Bring Your Old Lamp

• OPEN 7:30AM-4:00PM MON-FRI • Insurance Approved

Michael Busiere Licensed Appraiser (413) 568-7409 Lockhouse Rd., Westfield, MA

• Expert Collision & Painting • Registered Shop #1214

WHERE QUALITY COMES FIRST SINCE 1951

Back to Life!

PERRY’S

PLUMBING & HEATING Sewer & Drain Cleaning 413-782-7322 No Job

Lic. #26177 • AGAWAM, MA

Too Small!

~ Lamp ShadeS ~ In Stock & SpecIal orderS! 85 Skyline Dr., Westfield, MA 01085

Call 413-265-0564

Home Repair Services

A Division of Poehlman Electric

Safe, Guaranteed Repair and Maintenance

or email jilljarvis1968@yahoo.com

413-206-6386

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