Mental Health Awareness Month
Bernice Drumheller, President of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Western Massachusetts, discusses the work the organization does to help individuals and their families dealing with mental illness. May is Mental Health Awareness Month.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Western Massachusetts
NAMI Western Mass on Faceboook
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Green Home Boom
Chris Mason, Energy & Sustainability Officer at the City of Northampton; John Majercak, Executive Director of the Center for Eco Technology (CET); and Jonathan Wright, founder & co-owner of Wright Builders, talk about the green home boom in Northampton and how Northampton has been at the forefront of the sustainability awakening.
Follow the City of Northampton on Twitter: @NorthamptonMA
Follow the Center for Eco Technology on Twitter: @CETonline
Wright Builders on Facebook
Center for Eco Technology on Facebook
Eco Building Bargains on Facebook
Over 50 Job Fair
James P. Leyden, Deputy Director for West Springfield Council on Aging, and Laurie A. Cassidy, Executive Director of Council on Aging, talk about the first “Over 50” job fair to be held on May 19th in West Springfield. Also, what are some of the top concerns and struggles for this unique demographic? May is National Older Americans Month so this is a perfect time to have this conversation.
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West Springfield Council on Aging on Facebook
Gone but Not Forgotten: Kids’ Night Out in the Berkshires
If you grew up in Northern Berkshire County in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, chances are that on any given Saturday night you might be found at Coury’s Drive-In in North Adams or at Roller Magic in Williamstown. Gone but certainly not forgotten, producer Tony Dunne and videographer Mark Langevin take a fond look at children’s entertainment from a bygone era, long before Netflix and video games ruled kids’ hearts.