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Vol 69 • No 31 • Wednesday, October 8, 2014
All articles pass at Special Town Meeting
DaCruz elected
moderator
By Rich Wirth
Register Correspondent
LUDLOW – Seventy-three
of the town’s 113 precinct voters passed 22 articles at
Senior Center
to host �Wallet
Inventory
Program’
Monday’s Special Town
Meeting.
The first order of business
was the appointment of an interim town moderator. Former
selectman Antonio Dos Santos,
who was elected moderator
back in March, resigned this
summer because he is no longer
a Ludlow resident. Selectman
William E. Rooney, in turn,
nominated former selectman
and attorney John DaCruz for
the post, with Selectman
Carmina Fernandes nominating
former town administrator
Michael Szlosek. DaCruz was
ultimately elected via a paper
ballot vote of 45-28.
DaCruz’s first official duty
as moderator was to request a
moment of silence in memory
of David B. Irvine, a longtime
Planning Board and Sewer
Commission member who
passed away in August, and
Finance Committee member
Albert J. Fabbre, who died in
September.
Articles 2-7 concerned nego-
tiated salary increases for a
number of collective bargaining
units,
including
the
International
Union
of
Operating Engineers Local 98
(laborers and golf course);
LATOS (Ludlow Association of
Town Office Secretaries - cleriPlease see MEETING, Page 9
Police alert
residents to
vehicle
break ins
Neighbors helping neighbors . . .
By Paula Killough
[email protected]
By Paula Killough
[email protected]
LUDLOW – Your wallet
has been lost or stolen. What
do you do?
While most people might
panic as they struggle to
remember everything they
stored in their wallets, the
folks at the Ludlow Senior
Center want to reduce that
anxiety with a “Wallet
Inventory.”
“This was something that
we just kind of fell upon,” said
Senior Center Transportation
Dispatcher
Matthew
Pszeniczny, who, along with
Senior Center Bookkeeper
Betty Harackiewicz, have
organized
the
“Wallet
Inventory Program.” “One of
our co-workers’ spouse lost a
wallet and was trying to
remember what was in it. So
we searched the Internet and
found these inventory forms.
“As we started putting this
together, we thought it was a
LUDLOW – Police are
alerting the public to a string
of recent vehicle break ins.
According to Ludlow
Provisional Lt. Daniel Valadas,
the vehicle break ins have
occurred within the last three
weeks during the evening
hours.
Valadas said multiple items
have been stolen from vehicles; other vehicles have been
vandalized.
A laptop computer was
stolen from a vehicle at 88
Fuller St.; three cars were broken into on Prospect Street – a
wallet, vehicle registration and
change were stolen; registration was stolen from a motor
vehicle on Haviland Street,
and a purse was stolen from a
vehicle on Highland Avenue.
Vehicles on Hubbard and
Miller streets and a lift truck
parked behind Ludlow High
School were vandalized,
Valadas said.
Please see WALLET
INVENTORY, Page 17
Turley Publications staff photo by CHRISTI MILLS
(L-R) Indian Orchard Citizen Council (IOCC) President Linda Yarber thanks Indian
Orchard resident Barbara Kane for the variety of food items Kane donated to the council’s monthly food drive to benefit food programs at the Community Survival Center in
Indian Orchard. “We are grateful to everyone who stops by each month to donate,”
said Yarber last Saturday, Oct. 4. The food drive is held the first Saturday of each month
from 10 a.m. to noon, at the IOCC headquarters at Myrtle Street Park, 117 Main St.,
Indian Orchard.
Volunteers needed for emergency preparedness
By Christi Mills
Register Correspondent
LUDLOW – The Ludlow
Board of Health is seeking volunteers age 18 and older to join
the “Emergency Preparedness”
team. All that is required to
serve as a volunteer is the ability to show up and the willingness to contribute. Members of
veterans, civic and faith-based
organizations are also encouraged to serve as volunteers.
Emergency Preparedness
team members, led by Ludlow
Board of Health Commissioner
Neil Paquette and Ludlow
Director of Nursing Francine
Rusiecki, R.N., assist the
Ludlow community in the
event of natural or man-made
disasters, such as tornadoes,
power outages, winter storms,
or events that alter normal
everyday routines.
Lack of shelter, communication break-down, loss of electricity, heat and water are just
some examples of what can
happen during an emergency
situation.
According to
Paquette, a perfect example of
an emergency situation was
during the severe winter storm
that occurred in October 2011.
Widespread and extended
power outages combined with
extreme cold temperatures
resulted in Ludlow High
School being turned into a
warming shelter.
Paquette said residents
should not be shy about signing
on as a volunteer, as anyone
can contribute in a valuable
way. Duties may include running errands; delivering items
to various sites; checking people into emergency shelters;
filling various support positions; clerical duties; dispensing personal care items and
handing out blankets; assembling cots and assisting with
cot assignments.
Volunteers are needed for
three shifts throughout the day
– daytime, evenings and
overnight. Paquette said severPlease see VOLUNTEERS,
Page 17
Please see BREAK INS,
Page 9
Storming the castle . . .
Turley Publications submitted photo
The Register goes to Europe with another group led by Jim
Martin of Ludlow’s St. Elizabeth Parish. Members of the
tour are pictured here in front of Heidelberg Castle in
Germany, one of the stops along the travelers’ week-long
Rhine River cruise.
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LUDLOW – The Ludlow Lions Club,
a non-profit organization whose members
volunteer their time to humanitarian causes in their local and world communities
by conducting service projects, will be at
various Ludlow businesses on Saturday,
Oct. 11, raising funds for Massachusetts
Lions Eye Research in their “Pennies for
Sight” campaign.
Monies raised from the Pennies for
Sight campaign go directly to the
Massachusetts Lions Eye Research Fund,
which began in 1950 to assist in raising
funds to combat retinopathy of prematurity, more commonly known as baby blindness. Since its inception, the fund has
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a cure or prevention for numerous diseases that cause blindness, such as dia-
betes, macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, dry eye and glaucoma. Nearly
$24 million has been raised to date, over
$1 million last year alone.
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Members will also be out at the
Ludlow Post Office, Luso Federal Credit,
and TD North on Saturday, Oct. 11, so if
you spot a Lion or business with a collection can, please donate.
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October 8, 2014 •
Lupa Zoo to host Halloween celebration
To get spooked – visit Lupa Zoo
Oct. 24-25
By Paula Killough
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LUDLOW – Things are getting spooky at Lupa Zoo!
On Saturday, Oct. 25, and Sunday, Oct. 26, from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m., Lupa Zoo will add a “hauntingly” familiar theme as staff and volunteers welcome you to celebrate Halloween.
According to Lupa Zoo Administrative Assistant
Sherri Knapik, children and adults alike are encouraged
to dress in their Halloween best when they visit Lupa
Zoo. Children ages two to 12 must dress up to trick-ortreat on the zoo grounds. Knapik said five or six stations will be set up throughout the zoo, where staff and
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Clarification
An article and photo that appeared in the Oct. 1
edition of The Register named Maureen Beauregard
as a participant in the Ribbon Cutting ceremony for
HAPHousing’s Stevens Memorial Senior Housing,
held at Mack Donnelly Gazebo in Memorial Park
on Tuesday, Sept. 23. The article and caption failed
to mention that Ms. Beauregard was asked to participate in the ribbon cutting ceremony to honor her
family, specifically, her father, Mack Donnelly
(deceased), the former executive director of the
Ludlow Boys & Girls Club, now the site of Stevens
Memorial Senior Housing. We regret our failure to
mention this very important detail.
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(L-R) “Friends of the Ludlow Senior Center”
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LUDLOW – Tony Tavares, owner of the Villa Rose
Restaurant in Ludlow, will chair this year’s Ludlow
Community Center/Randall Boys & Girls Club One
Campaign.
“I am proud to serve as chairman of the Ludlow
Community Center/Randall Boys & Girls a Club One
Campaign,” said Tavares.
The goal for the Ludlow Community Center/Randall
Boys & Girls Club 2014 One Campaign is $40,000 to
support the club’s annual operating budget.
“We are proud to announce that to date we have
raised over $16,000 as a result of some early gifts
including gifts from Board and staff,” Tavares said.
Additional support, however, is needed in order for
club to meet the 2014 One Campaign goal. The 2014
One Campaign is running now through Nov. 30.
This past year the Ludlow Community
Center/Randall Boys & Girls Club has served over
2,300 youth and their families, providing year-round
programs and activities that are convenient, affordable
and accessible to all ages and backgrounds through
effective partnerships between the public and private
sector. All programs focus on developing strong character and leadership skills and are conducted in a safe,
nurturing environment by well trained and professional
staff.
“The Ludlow Community Center/Randall Boys &
Girls Club is making a difference in the youth and families lives in Ludlow that we serve,” Tavares said.
Over the past year, the club has increased its membership by 13 percent with a total increase of 23 percent
over the past two years. Currently, the club provides
over $20,000 in program access fees for eligible children participating in a variety of programs, including
before and after school programs. These scholarships
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The
Register • October 8, 2014
Hubbard Library to host
�Lizzie Borden and the
40 Whacks’
LUDLOW – On a scorching hot day in Fall River
back in August 1892, a heinous crime occurred.
Spinster Lizzie Borden was accused, tried and acquitted for the vicious axe murders of her father and stepmother.
On Thursday, Oct. 9, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Hubbard
Memorial Library will host the Delvena Theatre
Company, which will bring you back in time to see
why this true unsolved mystery has fascinated people
for over 100 years.
The performance includes a mock trial that invites
the audience to participate by questioning Lizzie and
voting on her guilt or innocence. Did she or didn't
she? You, the audience can be the judge. The cast
opens up to the audience for discussion after the performance.
The Delvena Theatre Company has been entertaining audiences for over 20 years with plays that are
thought-provoking, often humorous and always enriching.
This production is supported in part by a grant from
the Ludlow Cultural Council, a local agency, which is
supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a
state agency, and the Hubbard Memorial Library
Memorial Fund.
This program is free, but registration is required.
LUDLOW REGISTER SEEKS
FREELANCE REPORTER
Fall Fest set for Nov. 14
LUDLOW – The Ludlow Community
Center/Randall Boys & Girls Club second annual Fall
Fest tasting event will be Friday, Nov. 14, from 6 to 9
p.m., at the Gremio Lusitano Club, 385 Winsor St.,
Ludlow. This age 21-plus event is sponsored by the
Pioneer Valley Financial Group, LLC.
Last year more than 300 guests enjoyed a night of
tasting and chances at the Ludlow Community
Center/Randall Boys & Girls Club Fall Fest Event.
This year’s exciting community event will feature
wine, beer and vodka tastings, along with an array of
mouth-watering appetizers and desserts. In addition,
raffle tickets will be sold for an assortment of cleverlythemed raffle baskets donated by local businesses and
individuals.
The Fall Fest event is also happy to bring back Eric
Gulbrandsen who will be performing a variety of music
pieces throughout the evening.
Funds raised at Fall Fest will be used to support general operating expenses for the Ludlow Community
Center/Randall Boys & Girls Club, which supports
more than 2,300 youth and their families throughout
the community.
Advertise your business by signing up for a sponsorship or Table Top Sponsorship. Donate a cleverlythemed basket to spotlight your business.
Tickets are $30 per person, and based on last year’s
fantastic turnout, they are expected to sell quickly.
To become a sponsor, donate a basket or purchase
tickets, please contact Barb Fontaine at 413-583-2072
or via email [email protected]
The Ludlow Register is seeking a freelance journalist to produce news and/or feature stories of local
interest. There is flexibility in the schedule, but
applicants must be dependable, mature, possess professional-level people skills and meet strict deadlines. Photography skills and own camera a plus.
We pay freelancers a flat rate by story and photo.
We will consider less experienced applicants with
proven writing skills.
Send resume to: [email protected] or to The
Ludlow Register, Editor Paula Killough, 24 Water
St., Palmer, MA 01069.
No phone calls or drop-ins, please.
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for Friday, Nov 14, at the Gremio Lusitano Club.
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purchaser
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41. British molasses
5. Llama pacos
5. ___s - goods to the 43. Margulies drama
6. Escaped fluid
poor
45. Astonishment
7. Divided into
8. Tea spoonful
48. N.M. art colony
sections
(abbr.)
49. Baseball stat
8. Delay until a later
11. Margarines
50. One-edged cavalry
time
13. 5th zodiac sign
sword
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14. Filled fried tortilla 55. Southern lash
10. Opera soprano
15. Afrikaans
56. Actress Ryan
Lily
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57. European shad
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17. Israeli politician
59. Snakelike fishes
between S and SE
Abba
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61. Nobel Prize
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Sargasses
winner Fritz
19. Dried up or
20. Town in Nigeria
62. Doctor of
withered
21. Vestments
Education
23. Stitch clothing
22. Builds up
63. Soviet Socialist
24. Tilted
25. W. Estes Blue
Republic (abbr.)
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30. Loosen a bottle
27. Mutual savings
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Scotland
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temperature of
drinks
40. Parts of a whole
41. 2000 lbs.
42. Decays
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measures
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45. Expressed pleasure
46. Form
47. Vipers
48. Overly precious
(British)
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52. Nonsense (slang)
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54. Cambodian
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October 8, 2014 •
Ludlow
Senior
Center
• Monday, Oct. 13 – Holiday – Center Closed
• Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 1 p.m. –Empty Box Craft
Class. Pre-register if possible for this free craft
class. Make a gift that can never be opened! 5 p.m.
– Evening MOVIETIME! Join us for “God’s
Pocket,” starring Shane Harper and Kevin Sorbo
(Rated PG, 113 minutes).
• Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 10 a.m. – Zendoodle.
Join us to learn more about this unique art form!
11:30 a.m. – Birthday Lunch Performance. Be sure
to sign up for a free lunch if you are an October
birthday baby. Then enjoy the choral group performance in your honor.
• Friday, Oct. 16, at 10:30 a.m. – Trivial
Pursuit. Come and test your trivia knowledge and
have fun doing it!
Weekly lunch menu
Monday, Oct. 13
Holiday – Center Closed
Tuesday, Oct. 14
Taco Salad
Wednesday, Oct. 15
Lemon Chicken *Birthday Lunch*
Thursday, Oct. 16
Macaroni & Cheese
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Pork Stew
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Office Assistant – Town Building Dept. /
Inspectional Services
The Town of Ludlow is accepting applications for the position
of Office Assistant for the Building Dept. / Inspectional Services
Office.
Responsibilities of this position include review building
permit applications, process permits on computer software,
and processing payroll and vendor bills on weekly basis.
Applicants need to have skills pertaining to dealing with the
public on a day to day basis. Ability to multitask in a busy office
environment. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Windows 8 is
preferred. This is a full time benefited position (35 hours per
week). The current salary range is $17.15 to $22.04 per hour.
High school Diploma or equivalent with (3 to 5) years of related
work experience or any equivalent combination of education,
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The Town of Ludlow is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action
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Interested candidates should send their resume and completed
application via email or mail to Justin Larivee, Town of Ludlow
Building Dept, 488 Chapin Street, Ludlow MA 01056, [email protected]
ludlow.ma.us no later the Friday, October 24, 2014. Applications
may be found on our website: www.ludlow.ma.us.
Register • Page 7
SENTINEL SEEKS MEETING
Art Fair &
Bake Sale &
Plant Sale
at Sophia’s Pizza
Events
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The
Register • October 8, 2014
Viewpoints
Letters to the Editor
Long story
short
By Paula Killough
Register Policies
�Happy Feet’ team raises $9,000 to fight cancer –
they say �thanks’
Who do they
think they are
dealing with?
I
t happened to me! A couple of weeks
back, I got a phone call from a man with
an Indian accent claiming that there was a
warrant issued for the arrest of someone living at my address. I immediately hung up.
Would you believe the man called me right
back and said, “Why did you hang up on
me?” I said, “Don’t call this number again,”
and, again, I hung up.
A few days later, I received a voicemail
message on my home phone. The caller,
again a man with an Indian accent, claimed
that a warrant had been issued by the “federal
investigation bureau of the IRS” because an
incident of fraud had been flagged on tax
returns. Mind you, the man never stated my
name or my sweetheart, Bobby Rodrigues’
name, throughout the duration of the long
voicemail message. He only said I should
immediately call a number, I remember it was
a 202 area code.
I played the message on speakerphone for
Bobby, and we had a good laugh.
“This guy will never know that he tried to
scam a reporter who has done multiple stories
on this very scam and a retired police lieutenant,” I said.
I, of course, just hung up. I can’t be bothered. Bobby, on the other hand, is hoping the
guy will call back, so he can have some fun
with the lousy crook.
Even though I know about this scam, I
have to say it was a tad alarming to be told
that someone living at this residence has a
warrant out for his or her arrest. Bobby, of
course, was not alarmed. When I told him
about that first call and that there is a warrant
out for mine or his, probably his, arrest, he
laughed and said, “Is that right? Well if he
calls back, I’ll talk to him and tell him to
come and get me.”
He’s such a tough guy!
I make a bit of fun here, but really, this is a
serious matter. Many people have been duped
by these scammers. Don’t be one of them.
Scammers may identify themselves as IRS
agents and even provide an IRS identification
number. To make it appear even more official, caller ID may show a Washington D.C.
telephone number or an IRS number. I
checked into the call I received. It was a 202
area code, Washington D.C.
I’ve reported on this before, but it’s always
worth repeating – the IRS will first notify a
taxpayer in writing via regular mail. The IRS
will NEVER contact a taxpayer via email or
request debit or credit card information via
the telephone.
If you receive a call from someone claiming to represent the IRS – JUST HANG UP.
If you think you owe money to the IRS,
contact them at 1-800-829-1040.
And if you want to take it a step further,
report the call to local police or call Treasury
Inspector General for Tax Administration at
1-800-366-4484.
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At the finish line are (l-r) Patricia Guenette, Mary Jo Bloomberg, Joan Lupa, Jeannie
Zapala, Katherine Manning and Kamila Wnuk. Not pictured are Susan Bouquet,
Kathleen Dziok, Mary Taylor and Katherine Rorrio.
Pictured halfway
through the walk are
(l-r) Mary Taylor,
Mary Joe Bloomberg,
Katherine Manning,
Joan Lupa, Katherine
Rorrio, Kamila
Wnuk, Kathleen
Dziok and Susan
Bousquet, and (in
front) Jeannie
Zapala.
Following up to an article that appeared in
the Aug. 6 edition of The Register about the
“Happy Feet” team, a group of women who
trained for the 26-mile Boston Marathon
Jimmy Fund Walk to fight cancer, we walked,
and it was great! It was a very long walk but
worth every drop of sweat.
On Sunday, Sept. 21, we started in
Hopkinton in pouring rain, but by 6:15 a.m.,
the sky cleared, and we had a dry day. It was
quite humid, and at times hot, but during the
last eight miles or so, the sun was behind the
clouds and walking was easier – we made it
to Copley Square.
The Heartbreak Hill was long but not very
steep, actually easier than many hills we
walked before. The six months training did its
job, and we all were able to get to the Finish
Line, tired but very happy. Those of us who
had to, reported for duties Monday morning
as usual.
When it comes to raising money, our
group came in 157th out of 938 as of Sept.
12, but it will most likely change by Oct. 15.
Among the new groups for this year, we
ranked 36th out of 390. We are proud of ourselves.
There were over 8,800 walkers and 1,000
volunteers this year. The total raised this year
is expected to top $7.5 million. Since 1989,
over $100 million was donated to Dana
Farber by families and friends of those who
decided to walk.
This is a reason to celebrate.
We would like to thank everyone who supported us. Thanks to you, Helping Feet raised
over $9,000 with donations still being accepted to Oct. 15.
Without everyone’s help, the research centers would not be able to come up with new
procedures, medications and ways to fight the
horrible monster.
Thank you again,
Kamila Wnuk
Ludlow
Guest Column
A Slick, Skilled
and Seasoned
Stow-A-Way
By Joan E. B.
Coombs
Intentional. Targeted. Stealth acts were
performed with peerless skill in the silent,
dark shadows. Hours before dawn, a slick
path was staked out, planned and completed
with unparalleled expertise. On that chilly
October morning, an unsuspecting gunboat
was overtaken, and a seasoned, stow-a-way
mission was accomplished in less than 24
hours.
“What’s this?” my husband bellowed.
“What’s WHAT?” I replied, gulping my
first sip of morning coffee.
“Is this a JOKE?”
“What’s the problem?”
“Did you spill THIS in my shoe?”
“Spill WHAT into WHERE?”
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There he stood. His well built, over 6-foot
frame, almost dressed for a busy workday:
Shirt. Tie. Sports Jacket. Belted slacks.
(Hmm. What’s missing in this picture?)
He had ONE shoe and ONE sock on. The
other Size 14 shoe swung dangling from his
left hand as shoestrings jostled mid air.
“Last night, I put these shoes out and
ready for today’s meetings.”
“And your point is…”
“This shoe is STASHED with BIRD
SEED!”
“WHAT?
Birdseed? I only feed
PEANUTS to the squirrels and chipmunks.
Acorns are bombarding our roof and burying
our yard, walkway and driveway. It could be
a long, hard winter…” my voice trailed.
“Maybe so. But NO critter’s going to store
his winter stash in MY shoe!” he muttered,
thump-dumping seeds into the wastebasket.
“But, mousetraps didn’t stop their winter
Please see STOW-A-WAY, Page 9
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What IS IT?
The
Register • Page 9
A Look Back at last fall
Mystery photos
Turley Publications file photo
Correctly guessing last
week’s photo that was
included in a collage
that premiered at the
Turley Publications file photo
ribbon cutting ceremony
of the HAPHousing
Stevens Memorial Senior Housing (at right) are Charlotte Moreau, Msgr.
Homer Gosselin, Matthew Tibbitts, Jane Siuda and Patti Walter, who went
so far as to try to identify the boys in the photo. “Ludlow Boys Club 7-8
grade Basketball players from 1973-1974 – Brian Bylicki, Dan Mortimer,
Tony Dias and Mike Ostrowski,” she wrote. Jim Wehner said he recognized the photo as his brother, Tom Wehner’s, basketball team. He took a
guess at identifying the boys as well, also identifying Brian Bylicki, Mike
Ostrowski and Dan Mortimer. How did they do? Can you guess what this
week’s photo is (at left)? Please send responses to [email protected] or
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STOW-A-WAY
from Page 8
retreat. �Shoulda put up a �No Vacancy’
sign!” he quipped.
“Was it baited with their favorite
cheese?”
TouchГ©.
After whisking the seed debris out of
this shoe, he sat down putting on his
remaining sock and shoe. Looking up
with his typical Cheshire-cat grin and
quick wit, and knowing that his humor
would make my day, I waited for his
retort.
“Well, I can excuse that critter’s packrat maneuvers.”
“How so?” I asked, while straightening his tie.
“Because, my dear Watsonette, field
mice or critters are smarter than we
think.”
“Huh?”
“ Those seeds WERE NOT stashed in
a loafer, a slipper, or a sneaker?”
“Clever deduction, my dear
Sherlock.”
“It stored BIRDSEED ONLY in my
WING-TIPPED dress shoe!”
“Fun pun done!” he quipped.
Grabbing his briefcase in stride, he
spread-eagled his way through autumnstrewn acorns along our walkway.
Before heading to my day’s work,
while savoring my second cup of coffee,
I basked in the blissful humor of an early
morning seed skirmish, uniquely ushered
in by a slick, skilled and seasoned stowa-way.
Comments welcomed. Email Joan at
[email protected]
BREAK INS
from Page 1
Police want to remind residents to
remove valuable items from their cars
and make sure vehicles are locked.
Anyone with information regarding
these crimes is asked to call the Ludlow
Police Department at 413-583-8305.
Witnesses can also report crimes anonymously on the Hampden County “Text-aTip” hotline from any cell phone that
allows text messaging. To send a text,
messages should be addressed to
“Crimes” or 274637, and should begin
with the word “Solve” to route the message to the Hampden County
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cal/Council on Aging), and Ludlow
police dispatchers. The most current
contracts, which became effective on
July 1, 2014, and run through June 30,
2017, call for a 2 percent increase in
each fiscal year.
Police Chief Paul Madera requested
Article 8, which sought to create a parttime (21-hour) weekend night position
for the police department’s dispatch center. The roughly $22,000 a year salary
will be covered by a $40,000 E-911
grant, Madera said. Currently $35,000 of
that grant is being spent on overtime to
maintain adequate staffing on all shifts.
The department’s Special Police officers will see a rate increase with the passage of Article 9, from the current rate of
$11.87 an hour to $15.17. These reserve
officers, who pay their own way through
the academy and receive the same training as full-time police officers, provide
coverage at more than 35 town events,
handle traffic duty and supplement regular patrols as needed. The department
would need to add another 20 full-time
officers to offset their presence, Madera
said.
Although the department is not obligated to pay these officers, who must
volunteer a minimum of 150 hours a
year, they are sometimes provided compensation as a courtesy, he added.
Madera said he has money in his budget
to cover the increase.
“When the budget money runs out,
there is no more pay,” he said.
Madera was initially seeking to raise
the hourly rate to $18.50 – a 56 percent
increase – and will likely seek an additional $3.33 at the Annual Town Meeting
in May.
Voters approved Article 10, which
sought $34,140 to cover a projected
shortfall in the fire department’s rescue
pumper replacement project that was
approved at the May 12 Annual Town
Meeting. The monies will be used to
fund corrosion prevention measures that
will extend the life of the vehicle.
“This is a 25-year investment for the
town,” Rooney said.
Turley Publications file photo
(L-R) Connor Burke, 5, and his brother Brendan, 8, pet the goats that
were on display last year during Randall’s Farm “Fall Festival” event.
Randall’s Farm “Fall Festival” continues, open weekends from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. through Oct. 26!
Fire Chief Mark Babineau said side
impact roll protection will also be
installed in the pumper. He said roughly
100 firefighters are killed in the U.S.
every year, and 25 percent of those
deaths are a result of apparatus-related
accidents en route to or returning from a
call.
Article 14 changed the notice requirement (from 48 hours to 30 days) for
individuals seeking written permission
from the Board of Selectmen to hold a
parade or procession on public streets or
sidewalks.
Article 15, relating to an amendment
to Chapter IV of the town’s bylaws
regarding Regulating the Conduct of
Citizens, generated some discussion.
The new section, which would require
property owners to maintain vacant and
abandoned property, extended the grace
period (up to 60 days) and instituted an
appeal process.
Rooney said this article was originally included on the warrant of a Special
Town Meeting last October, but it was
revised following suggestions from
some precinct members. He said the
impetus for the article was a complaint
he received from a Noel Street resident
who lives across the street from a blighted property. The foreclosed property is
bank-owned, and the bank’s attorney
informed the town it has no recourse
because there is no bylaw in effect.
�That individual has to look out every
day at an absolute pigsty of a house that
the town of Ludlow is powerless to do
anything about because we don’t have a
bylaw,” Rooney said. “It’s unfair to the
neighbors.”
Precinct member Tim Donnelly said
he was opposed to the article because
there were “too many discretionary
determinations.” Derek DeBarge agreed.
“I think this is too ambiguous to go
forward,” he said.
Precinct member Ryan Pease, a captain with the Ludlow Fire Department,
said he’s personally seen a number of
these blighted properties in his capacity
as the department’s fire prevention officer and urged approval of the article.
“To me it’s a quality of life issue,” he
said. “It’s also a public health and a safety issue.”
Article 22, which sought a zone
change from Agriculture to Residential
A for the purposes of subdividing a 1.8
acre parcel at 18 Chapin St., resulted in
some debate. Rosemary Brodeur, who
resides at 25 Chapin St., said 19 residents from Chapin and Miller streets and
Batista Circle signed a petition opposing
the article. Chief among their concerns is
well water contamination.
“We are set back below road-grade
heading back to the river,” Brodeur said.
“Anything they do to the road affects
us.’
The disruption of a natural wildlife
pathway in the area was also noted.
“We are at Tin Bridge,” she said. “We
are the last bastion.”
Building more than one house on the
subdivided property would change the
character of the rural area, she added
Planning Board member Ray Phoenix
said any suggestion that the Planning
Board gave a cursory nod when preapproving this article was a “gross misrepresentation” of the process.
“Something is going to be on that
piece of property; the people that own
that property have the right to develop
it,” he said. “We can’t say no to everything. We have to say yes to (what’s best
for the town).”
Property owner Marco M. Vieira
attempted to speak, but a motion to
extend the debate failed with a head
count. Article 22 passed overwhelmingly.
Voters also approved a zone change
from Residential B and Residential A to
Business A for a parcel of land at 18
Canterbury St. owned by Antonio
Sebastiao. Dos Santos, who was in
attendance and was allowed to speak
although he is no longer a resident, said
this was a “clean-up” article to conform
the lot to East Street’s Business A designation.
Article 23, which concerned a zone
change from Agriculture to Industrial A
for a parcel at Lot B Lawton Street, was
withdrawn by the Planning Board.
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Indian Orchard
Community kindness . . .
�Meet the Artists’ . . .
Turley Publications staff photos by CHRISTI MILLS
(L-R) Resident artist Tess Ahlberg, of Hampden,
and astrologist Linda Goodman, of Monson, speak
with Peggy Griswold, who attended the “Meet the
Artists” reception held in the Dane Gallery on
Saturday, Sept. 27, during the “Women Artists of
the Indian Orchard Mills Art Show,” running on
Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m. through Nov. 1.
Ahlberg and Goodman offer portraits to clients
based on their astrological analysis.
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actress Kay
Gross, of
Burlington,
admires
the wares
of jewelry
artist Tosca Alberici, of Wilbraham. “I love Tosca’s
designs,” said Gross. “The colors are beautiful
and they have an iridescent quality to them.”
(L-R) Pictured are “Women Artists of the
Indian Orchard Mills Art Show” organizers
and resident artists Jackie Griswold and
Stacy Pringle. They, along with resident artist
Tess Ahlberg, encourage residents from
Indian Orchard and surrounding communities to visit their art show on Saturdays from
noon to 4 p.m. through Nov. 1. “Original
artwork make wonderful gifts,” said
Griswold. “We are approaching the holiday
season, and giving a gift is a wonderful way
to show your love and appreciation to
friends and family.”
Turley Publications staff photo by CHRISTI MILLS
(L-R) Carol Misiaszek, of Indian Orchard, is
pictured here with Indian Orchard Citizens
Council (IOCC) Secretary and Fundraising
Chairman Patricia Voisine during the IOCC
Monthly Food Drive held the first Saturday
of each month from 10 a.m. to noon, at the
IOCC headquarters Myrtle Street Park, 117
Main St., Indian Orchard. All donations
benefit the Community Survival Center.
Vacancy to fill on IOCC
Board of Directors
(L-R) Springfield resident Audre Terell purchases a stained glass window from stained
glass artist Carol Russell. “I plan to use this
window in the front of my English Tudor
home,” said Terell. “I will paint the outside
trim to match this beautiful window. I know
it will make the color pop.”
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Board of Directors members are expected to attend
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month. Meetings begin at 7 p.m. at the headquarters
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CHICOPEE – Lindsay Marie
LaCoille and Michal Keith
Manning, Jr., were married May
24, 2014, at Elms College Chapel.
The bride, a registered ICU
nurse at Mercy Medical Center, is
the daughter of Randall LaCoille,
of Ludlow.
The groom, a behavioral therapist at the May Institute, is the son
of Michael and Patricia Manning,
of Belchertown.
The wedding reception was
held at the Salem Cross Inn, in
West Brookfield. During the
reception, $832 was raised for the
Rays of Hope.
The couple had their honeymoon in Aruba.
CUMBERLAND, R.I. – Milton and Marguerite Provost celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary with a party given by their children on Aug. 16.
Mrs. Provost is the former Marguerite Tourville.
Mr. and Mrs. Provost were married on Aug. 29, 1964, at St. John the Baptist
Church in Ludlow. The Rev. Charles Gendreau officiated the ceremony.
They are the parents of Michel an David Lamorte, of New Milford, Conn., Todd
Provost, of Lincoln, R.I., and Brian and Gayle Provost, of Cumberland, R.I. They are
the grandparents of Isabela and Alexandra Lamorte.
Mrs. Provost was a branch office manager at Philips Federal Credit Union for 30
years. Mr. Provost is a technical project manager.
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ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Ian Dansereau
of Ludlow, has joined Rochester
Institute of Technology’s men’s tennis
team.
Dansereau is studying software engineering.
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And the
winners are . . .
With a �roar’ . . .
Top Overall Female
Kara Ryczek
Celia Snow
Savanna Charow
18:20
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Top Overall Male
Bob Landry
Tyler St. Marie
Brian Walsh
17:43
21:03
21:44
Top Female and Male Age 1 - 11
Briana Charow
Jonathan Goncalves
23:39
27:57
Top Female and Male Age 12 – 19
Meghan Anderson
Sullivan Kennedy
24:16
22:15
Fourth- and fifth-graders from Veterans Park School complete
three laps around the Randall Boys & Girls Club soccer field as
part of the fourth annual Lion’s Roar fundraising event. Vets
Park Principal Melissa Knowles congratulates top female and
male finishers, (l-r) Hallie Dones (3rd place), Emma Serisser
(2nd place), Taylor Walsh (1stt place), Matthew Mendez (1st
place), Joshua Provost (2nd place), and Brendan White (3rd
place).
Chapin Street Principal Susan Pease stands with
second and third grade students after they complete a two-lap race around the soccer field located behind the Randall Boys & Girls Club. The top
male and female finishers are (l-r) Taylor Owsiek
(2nd place), Lucy Dones (3rd place), Lucas
Blanchard (3rd place), Madeline Brown (1st
place), Logan Walsh (1st place), and Brady Guillen
(2nd place).
Top Female and Male Age 20 – 29
Lauren Dones
Ronald Tetrault
26:54
29:21
Top Female and Male Age 30 - 39
Ashley Antoine
Jonathan Blanchard
22:35
21:55
Top Female and Male Age 40 – 49
Karen Alves
Kevin Brown
Turley Publications staff photo by NANCY DOS SANTOS
27:42
21:53
Top Female and Male Age 50 - 59
Tammy Marquis
Thomas Petrolati
26:11
24:31
Nearly 90 runners and walkers lined up to participate in the
Ludlow Elementary PTO’s fourth annual Lion’s Roar 5K
Race/Walk held on Sunday, Oct. 5. Sponsored by Luso Federal
Credit Union, the event raised around $6,585 to help defray the
costs of field trips and other class expenses for elementary school
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finishers from each elementary school were
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Federal Credit Union and other gracious sponsors.
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Schools
Prizes for school
and family in �Red
Ribbon Week’
photo contest
Coaches are �AWESOME’ . . .
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A heartwarming thanks to Coach Joe Anselmo and Coach Kathleen Marino and the Lady Lions
Soccer team for putting on a soccer clinic on Sunday, Sept. 28, for first- and second-graders!
Your community service put a smile on many children’s faces, as they learned new skills. You are
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Ludlow grads awarded scholarships from Big Y
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Gabriel Rivera, pictured here with his family members last year, was a winner in the National Family
Partnership’s annual Red Ribbon Week Photo contest. For his efforts, Rivera won $1,000 for his
school – Veterans Park – and an iPad for his family.
LUDLOW – In an effort to prevent drug use and
educate youth, the National Family Partnership (NFP)
invites families and schools across America to participate in its Annual Red Ribbon Photo Contest taking
place this month, in conjunction with the 29th Annual
Red Ribbon Week.
Schools and families in the Ludlow community
should be especially encouraged to take part after
enjoying local success in 2013. Gabriel Rivera, a student at Veterans Park Elementary School, was one of
last year’s national winners.
“It’s important for children to understand that drug
addiction can happen to anybody, and this is the perfect age to start the conversation,” said Veterans Park
Principal Melissa Knowles. “If they start learning
now, they can use these lessons to make smart decisions when they are older.”
Once again, 10 families across America will be
selected to win the grand prize: an iPad and $1,000
donation to a K-12 school of their choosing. There
will also be one prize awarded for a school decoration.
Here’s how to enter:
• Students and families decorate their home’s front
door, mailbox or fence with a double-looped red ribbon and the theme, “Love Yourself. Be Drug Free.”
Schools may decorate any part of their campus.
• Take a photo with your decoration and upload it
to RedRibbon.org/contest now through Nov. 4. You
must be 18 years or older to upload the photo and can
do so from any desktop or mobile device.
• Ask family and friends to vote for your entry
beginning Nov. 5.
• Eleven winners will be announced Dec. 5.
“Students will once again take the Red Ribbon
Campaign prevention message into their homes,
neighborhoods and schools with this contest,” said
NFP President Peggy Sapp. “It’s a fun and creative
way for parents to educate their children about the
dangers of drug use while they decorate their homes
using this year’s theme, �Love Yourself. Be Drug
Free.’”
Nearly nine percent of United States youths ages
12 to 17 use illicit drugs, according to the National
Survey of Drug Use Health’s Summary of National
Findings. The same study showed that substance use
by adolescents could be prevented through early interventions, including parental involvement. In fact, 96
percent of youths who perceived strong parental disapproval for trying marijuana once or twice remained
drug free.
Red Ribbon Week is the nation’s largest and oldest
drug prevention campaign, created in response to the
1985 abduction and murder of DEA agent Enrique
“Kiki” Camarena.
To learn more about Red Ribbon Week and contest
rules, visit RedRibbonWeek.org.
SPRINGFIELD – Three members of the Ludlow
High School Class of 2014 were among the over 335
academically-outstanding students who received a total
of over $232,000 in college scholarships for the 201415 academic year from Big Y World Class Markets.
Brandon Nowakowski received the Big Y
Scholarship for Academic Excellence, and Marcus
Lafayette and Nina Roxo both received the Gerald &
Pal D’Amour Founders’ Scholarships for Academic
Excellence.
Unlike most area scholarships, these awards are
based on academic merit, regardless of financial need.
Big Y’s Scholarship Program reflects their longstanding
commitment to education and is considered to be one of
the most competitive in New England, with thousands
of students applying each year.
Since this program was founded in 1984, $3.5 million has been awarded to more than 4,700 students.
“We are grateful to be in a position to fill a real need
in the communities we serve by recognizing the hard
work, dedication to excellence and outstanding academic achievement of so many fine young men and women
who are our neighbors in our marketing area. This
exercise also serves as a humbling reminder to us all to
continue to strive for excellence,” said Donald H.
D’Amour, Big Y chairman and CEO. “My personal congratulations go out to all of our winners.”
Scholarship applications for the upcoming 2015 –
2016 academic year will be available at all of Big Y’s
63 locations, including Fresh Acres and Table & Vine,
from mid-October through January. Applications will
also be available at school guidance offices within Big
Y’s market area. To be eligible, a student’s permanent
residence or school must be located within Western and
Central Massachusetts, Norfolk County, Massachusetts,
or the state of Connecticut. Completed applications
must be submitted by Feb. 1, 2015.
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Juniors knock
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McCarthy picks up
shutout
LUDLOW - What do you get when
you pit one football program that is rich
with tradition and has a storied history
versus a young, upstart program that is
loaded with talent and seeking recognition across the football landscape?
The answer - simply an amazing day
of youth football! Such was the case on
Sunday as the Ludlow Football
Association welcomed Longmeadow to
Whitney Park for a Week 6 SAFL
match up. And while the results didn’t
quite lean in the home team’s favor
(two losses and a victory), the Lions
showed that they can definitely play
with the big boys.
Although the Pee-Wee team eventually fell 28-14, this was a game that was
much closer than the final score would
indicate. Ludlow’s lineman owned the
first half, playing their best football to
date. After holding Longmeadow to a
four-and-out on their opening series, the
offensive line opened up some nice
holes for Ryan Kennedy and Brady
DeBarge, who would put the Lions on
the board first with a lengthy scoring
run. Longmeadow would answer but
failed on the conversion play to keep
the Lions’ lead at 8-6. Longmeadow
would threaten again but a key touchdown saving tackle by Lily
By Tim Peterson
Turley Publications
Sports Correspondent
LUDLOW - Alyssa Szymczyk and
Emily McGourty are two of the eight
seniors listed on the Ludlow girls varsity soccer roster.
Szymczyk and McGourty, who have
known each other since they were in the
sixth grade, combined for the Lady
Lions first goal against Agawam leading
to a 2-0 shutout victory in a non-league
match played under the lights at Ludlow
High School, last Tuesday night, Sept.
30.
“Emily and I have been friends since
we were in the sixth grade,” Szymczyk
said. “When we were in the eighth
grade, we combined for a goal in the
PVJLS (Pioneer Valley Junior Soccer
League) finals, but this was the first
time that we combined for a goal in a
varsity game. It was a pretty good feeling.”
It was the Lady Lions, who had a 71-3 overall record at the beginning of
this week, third consecutive shutout and
sixth overall this season. They’ve gone
5-0-3 since losing at East Longmeadow,
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Ludlow’s Giavanna Colaccino (6) looks to make a run up the field.
3-2, at the beginning of September.
“We’re also in a much more comfortable position than we were in at this
time last year. We just have to continue
playing well like we’ve been doing,”
said Ludlow head coach Katie Marino,
who’s approaching her 100th career varsity victory. “I thought we played very
well during the first half and Agawam
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Ludlow, Chicopee settle for tie
By Nate Rosenthal
Turley Publications
Sports Correspondent
CHICOPEE - There are many expressions that are used in sports to describe
ties. Some are less flattering than others.
The boys soccer game between Ludlow
and Chicopee, in the eyes of many from
Ludlow would likely be categorized in
not so pleasant terms.
Seven minutes into the game, the
Lions scored a goal and continued to
have an edge in possession through the
first half. They outshot the Pacers, 10-6.
At approximately the same point in the
second half, 7:00, Chicopee evened the
score. They were still outshot by
Ludlow, but the ball was kept out of the
net and the Lions went home, with a tie.
In the first minute Brad Garete got a
shot from the side of the Chicopee goal
and Josh Rogowski came out to get. In
the third, Chicopee had a big opportunity
after a Cody Jones corner kick. The ball
went into the crowd in front of the net.
Brendan Berube got off a shot that was
stopped by Tyler Diotalevi. The ball
rebounded to Atheer Albahadly, who put
one on Diotalevi. All of that led to
another corner kick for Jones.
In the sixth minute, the Lions broke
downfield Zach Frangules, Josh Labonte
and David Goncalves leading the charge.
LaBonte found Frangules about 5 yards
away from the left post and pushed a
pass to him. Frangules found the opening between Rogowski and the post with
7:07 played, Ludlow had a 1-0 lead.
The teams moved back and forth up
and down the field after that. In the 11th
minute Jones had another corner kick.
In the 14th, Batuhan Citlak was wide
right with a shot. In the 20th, Goncalves
had a corner kick for the Lions. After
Chicopee cleared, the broke downfield,
where Dan Vazquez was able to get a
shot from 20 yards that bounced off the
crossbar.
Frangules had a break in the 28th
minute and got off a shot from 10 yards
out. Rogowski knocked it away.
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Ludlow’s Bruno Machado (4) takes a
look down at the field.
Seconds later, it was Davin Kendall with
a shot to the left of the goal.
As the first half went into the final
10:00, the action slowed. Then in the
final 6:00, it picked up. Berube sent a
35-yarder just to the left of the goal in
the 34th minute. Diotalevi went after it.
Jones had a free kick in the 35th and in
the 38th, Rogowski covered up a 10yard shot from David Goncalves.
The half ended with Ludlow leading
1-0.
The second half started out much like
the first, with Ludlow pressuring at the
Chicopee end. After the Lions swarmed
the net, Bruno Machado had a corner
kick in the second minute, which went
right in front of the goal. Rogowski
came out a few feet to kick it away. A
minute later Chicopee got the ball downfield where Brandon Bailey sent one
through the crease past Diotalevi.
In the fourth minute, Goncalves had a
free kick from the ten. He veered away
from the ball and Machado kicked it, but
it was blocked at the wall set up by the
Pacers.
In the sixth minute Chicopee managed to clear the ball and that led to a
Jones corner kick. When the Lions were
unable to clear the ball, Kaleb Figueroa
picked it up at about the 15-yard line.
He passed it inside to Bailey at the 5.
The pass was high and Bailey out
jumped the defender to head it past
Diotalevi for the tying goal. The time
was 6:53 into the second half.
Chicopee tried to keep up the pressure and in the ninth minute, Mike
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Please see JUNIORS, Page 16
Titans rally to
overtake Miss
Porter’s
WILBRAHAM - The Wilbraham &
Monson Academy girls volleyball team
continued its exceptional season, topping Miss Porter’s School 3-1 at the
Academy Oct. 1.
The Titans (6-1 overall) improved to
6-0 against prep school competition
with the win over the Class A school.
“I’m really proud of how we played
Please see TITANS, Page 16
Turley Publications photo by WMA
Ashley Theriault, of Ludlow, helped
lead the comeback in a win over
Miss Porter’s.
October 8, 2014 •
The
Register • Page 15
Sports
Sugermeyer enshrined
in Downes Hall of Fame
Becomes the eighth
individual in his sport
to be inducted
SPRINGFIELD - An axiom that
Steve Sugermeyer, a 1978 graduate,
often lives by during his four-decade
association with Western New England
University is "From day one, I always
tried to help the wrestling program —
put your best foot forward."
During Homecoming Weekend, the
former accounting major took a giant
leap forward into the annals of all-time
Golden Bear greats when he was
enshrined as a member of the
University's Athletics Downes Hall of
Fame. Sugermeyer joined five other
Western New England greats who comprised the 16th class inducted to the
Downes Hall during a ceremony held at
Rivers Memorial Hall.
Known as a pioneer in the sport of
wrestling at the University, Sugermeyer
competed on the grassroots club team as
a freshman in 1974-1975 that led to varsity status two years later.
In his sophomore year, he was the
junior varsity captain and team most
valuable player in 1975-76. He placed
second at the 1976 New England Junior
Varsity Championships in the 118-pound
division.
As a junior member of the first varsity squad in 1976-77, Sugermeyer turned
in an even better performance than the
prior season by finishing with a 13-1
record and qualifying for the national
championships — among the first class
of WNE wrestlers to do so. As a result,
he was the recipient of what is now
known as the Joe Leto Award for greatest contribution to team effort.
A two-time varsity captain, he
wrapped up his career after the 19771978 season as a senior scholar-athlete
and all-college performer. He wrestled at
the 118 weight class during his collegiate career.
“Coming to a college acknowledging
that my wrestling career (I thought) was
over (after high school) only to be
instrumental in the program's start-up,
earning the team MVP our first year,
being named the college's scholar-athlete
as a senior and joining WNE's first class
of national qualifiers are special to me,"
Sugermeyer describes as his most memorable moments as a student-athlete
here.
While attending graduate school and
maintaining a full-time at the same time,
Sugermeyer stayed on with the program
for the 1978-1979 campaign helping
then-coach Bob Skelton. Sugermeyer
also earned a Master of Science in
Accounting from Western New England
in 1980.
Sugermeyer recalls the best advice
his college coach gave him occurred
during a road trip to Plymouth, N.H.,
saying "Once on a trip to Plymouth State
while as the team's 118-pound wrestler, I
attempted to come to the defense of our
heavyweight (but) Coach instructed me
to keep the 'guinea' in me!"
He still remains close to his athletic
pursuit at his alma mater, serving as a
two-year Faculty Fellow to the team and
he has had three stints (1979-1980,
1984-86 and 2002) as a volunteer assistant coach at under Skelton. In addition,
he has been active in the community as a
Western Massachusetts wrestling official
from 1978-1986 and coaching the youth
wrestling program at the Scantic Valley
YMCA in Wilbraham for the past 10
years. "I'll periodically lace up the
wrestling shoes and wrestle at practice,"
adds Sugermeyer.
Sugermeyer also stays active by road
biking, competing in five Olympic distance triathlons and running in 33
marathons including 17 in the famed
Boston Marathon.
Today, Sugermeyer is a General
Partner at Gauthier & Sugermeyer, CPA,
in Ludlow, and he has been a full-time
faculty member at Western New
England from 1989-90 and then 11 of
the past 12 years. He is a professional
educator of accounting in the College of
Business at the University. His teaching
career began as an adjunct instructor at
Western New England in 1986.
He makes his home in Hampden with
his wife, Tracey, and the couple has
three children: Laura (25), Michael (23)
and Kevin (21).
Being a Golden Bear and earning his
bachelor's and master's degree at the
University have had a profound impact
on Sugermeyer's life since adulthood.
"I never thought that WNE would
have had so much influence on my life. I
was a commuter who came to a school
without wrestling. My first job in public
accounting was at one of my professor's
firms. I have coached here at WNE. I
have taught here at WNE. I met my wife
here at WNE at a wrestling function. I
currently serve as the wrestling team's
faculty fellow. My son, Michael, is currently the assistant coach here at WNE,
so I can't wait to see the fruits of his current recruits this upcoming wrestling
season."
Steve's son, Michael, was his induction presenter. In addition to coaching,
Michael works as a media services technology support assistant at the
University.
The Week Ahead
THURSDAY, OCT. 9
Golf
Ludlow at Longmeadow
Girls Soccer
Ludlow at West Springfield
Girls Volleyball
Ludlow at Chicopee Comp
3 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
5 p.m.
FRIDAY, OCT. 10
Football
Greenfield at Ludlow
7 p.m.
Golf
Ludlow at PVIAC Tournament (at
Elmcrest Country Club in East
Longmeadow)
10 a.m.
Boys Soccer
Ludlow at Amherst
4 p.m.
SATURDAY, OCT. 11
No games scheduled.
SUNDAY, OCT. 12
No games scheduled.
MONDAY, OCT. 13
Boys Soccer
Ludlow at Woodstock Academy 4 p.m.
TUESDAY, OCT. 14
Cross Country
Minnechaug at Ludlow
3:45 p.m.
Golf
Ludlow at Belchertown
3 p.m.
Boys Soccer
Chicopee at Ludlow (at Lusitano
Stadium)
6:30 p.m.
Girls Soccer
Ludlow at Pittsfield (at Kiervan Park in
Pittsfield)
4:30 p.m.
Girls Volleyball
Ludlow at Commerce
4 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15
Golf
Westfield at Ludlow
3 p.m.
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Athlete of the Week
NAME: Meagan McCarthy
SCHOOL: Ludlow
Congratulations goes out to the
Lady Lions goalie.
She had two shutouts in the past
week and has only lost one match
all season.
To nominate someone for
Athlete of the Week, contact Sports
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Falcons top Wolf
Pack in shootout
SPRINGFIELD – The Springfield
Falcons topped the Hartford Wolf Pack,
3-2, Saturday night in a shootout at the
MassMutual Center.
Falcons goaltender Anton Forsberg
stopped 21 of 23 shots in victory. Wolf
Pack goaltender Jason Missiaen turned
away 10 of 11 shots before being
replaced by Jeff Malcolm, who allowed
one goal on 15 shots. The Falcons were
unable to convert on two power-play
opportunities. The penalty kill unit shut
down the Wolf Pack’s only man-advantage.
After a scoreless first period, the
Falcons struck first at the 3:29 mark of
the middle frame. Austin Madaisky
passed to Mike Hoeffel, who skated the
puck into the offensive zone and took a
wrist shot from the left circle. The high
shot slid under the crossbar to give the
Falcons a 1-0 lead. Springfield increased
their lead over Hartford at the 11:34
mark. Trent Vogelhuber brought the
puck across the slot and passed back to
the stick of Hubert Labrie. Labrie beat
Malcolm to add another Springfield
tally. T.J. Tynan was credited with the
secondary assist.
The Wolf Pack answered with 3:57
remaining in the second period. Forsberg
made the initial save on a Nick Tarnasky
shot. Shawn O’Donnell was able to get a
stick on the puck and slid it over the
goal line. Vinny Saponari picked up a
point for the helper. The Falcons entered
the second intermission leading, 2-1.
Hartford scored once more in the
third period to force overtime. Andrew
Yogan passed back to O’Donnell, who
one-timed the feed past Forsberg from
the right circle at the 11:26 mark.
Saponari earned his second point of the
contest with the secondary assist.
A scoreless overtime frame led to a
shootout. Tynan scored the game-winner
in the first round with a quick backhand
shot over Malcolm’s left pad.
The Springfield Falcons will open the
2014-15 regular season at Syracuse Oct.
11 and Oct. 17 before returning to the
MassMutual Center to host the Hershey
Bears at 7 p.m. on Oct. 18.
Falcons fall to Bruins
The Falcons fell to the Providence
Bruins, 5-1, Friday night at the
MassMutual Center.
Falcons’ goaltender Oscar Dansk
stopped 23 of 28 shots, while his Bruins
counterpart, Jeremy Smith, turned away
22 of 23. The Falcons were able to convert on one of three power play opportunities. The penalty kill unit allowed two
goals on six Bruins man-advantages.
The Bruins opened scoring and carried a 1-0 lead into the first intermission.
Tyler Randell scored a power-play goal
for the Bruins at the 6:52 mark. Randell
powered a shot from the left point while
the Falcons were down a man due to a
high-sticking penalty. Joe Morrow and
Jared Knight each picked up a point for
the assist.
Springfield scored once in the middle
frame, but allowed two Providence
goals, ending the period down, 3-1.
Domenic Monardo received a pass from
Ryan Craig in the crease and put the
Falcons on the board with a power-play
goal 37 seconds into the period. Lukas
Sedlak earned a point for the helper. The
Bruins responded three minutes later.
Knight redirected a pass from Randell to
put Providence back on top, 2-1.
Morrow was credited with the secondary
assist. Providence scored again with a
power-play goal at the 8:38 mark.
Knight passed the puck down to Andrew
Cherniwchan, who set up Randell for his
third point of the game.
The Bruins added two to their tally in
the third period to secure a 5-1 victory
over the Falcons. Cody Sylvester found
the back of the net with an unassisted
shot from the slot at the 2:32 mark. The
Bruins scored for the final time with
4:14 remaining in the game. Dansk
stopped the initial shot from Ben Youds,
but Rob Flick was able to control the
puck and score on the rebound.
Alexander Fallstrom earned a point on
the play with the secondary assist.
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Sports
LADY LIONS
from Page 14
ond half.”
A year ago, the Lady Lions missed
qualifying for the Western Mass.
Division 1 Tournament by only one
point. They began this week’s action
with 17 points and they needed only one
more point (two points for a win, one for
a tie) in their final seven regular season
matches in order to qualify for the postseason tournament.
“We’re a much closer team this season, which wasn’t the case last year,”
Szymczyk said. “It just feels great to be
this close to qualifying for the postseason tournament.”
While the Lady Lions players can
start thinking about the postseason tournament, the Lady Brownies (2-6-2) still
have a lot of hard work to do to accomplish the same feat.
“It was a very tough night for us, but
we’re still hoping to make the postseason tournament this year,” said Agawam
TITANS
from Page 14
against Miss Porter’s,” Ashley Theriault,
of Ludlow, said. “We started out slowly,
losing the first set, but we were able to
pick each other up, which allowed us to
win the next three sets.”
WMA dropped the first set 21-25
before responding with 26-24, 25-21 and
25-10 set victories.
Most impressively, the Titans beat a
solid team without four-year starter
Bailey Giese (concussion).
“The team played great,” WMA
coach Donna Barone said. “They went
from learning a new rotation to all of a
sudden becoming a true team. By the
fourth set, Miss Porter’s didn’t know
what hit them – we were playing so well
as a unit. I’m so ecstatic.
“Not having Bailey out there was initially a challenge, but I think it was a
great opportunity for the other players to
see what they’re made of. They rallied
around each other and they’re learning
that you don’t have one superstar in volleyball. It’s a team sport.”
head coach Laura Wray-Ramos “They
were the dominate team in the first half
and we did come alive in the second
half. We just weren’t able to make a
comeback tonight.”
The non-league match was scoreless
until the 19th minute of the first half.
That’s when McGourty, who’s a firstyear varsity player, sent a crossing pass
to Szymczyk on the right side. She then
dribbled the ball up the field and fired a
shot past Agawam junior goalkeeper
Jenna Beach, who was credited with nine
saves in the contest.
It was McGourty’s first assist and it
was also Szymczyk’s first goal of the
season. Szymczyk now has nine career
varsity goals with five of them coming
when she was a sophomore.
A little more than 10:00 later, sophomore forward Julianna Iwasinski put a
beautiful shot from the right side into the
left corner for an unassisted goal giving
the home team a 2-0 lead. It was her
fourth goal of the season.
“Julianna is a natural goal scorer,”
Marino said. “I was a little bit comfortable having a 2-0 lead, but I was really
hoping that we would’ve scored a couple
more goals.”
The Lady Lions, who outshot the
Lady Brownies, 10-0, in the opening
half, had several other very good scoring
chances, but the score was still 2-0 at
halftime.
Ludlow also had several more scoring
chances in the second half, but they
couldn’t put any more shots into the
back of the net past Beach.
“I thought that our goalie played
spectacular the whole game,” WrayRamos said. “She was aggressive and
didn’t allow any more goals during the
second half.”
Beach received plenty of support,
especially in the second half, from her
defensive unit led by freshman
Cassandra Jones, sophomore Katelyn
Grasso, senior Kaitlyn Martin, and senior Lindsey Wassung.
Down at the other end of the field,
Ludlow senior goalkeeper Meghan
McCarthy only had to make one save in
the match, which came on a corner kick
during the second half.
The Lady Lions defensive unit was
led by sophomore Nissa Pereira, sophomore Taylor Masse, junior Morgan Foye,
and senior Kelsey Jordan.
“Our four defenders and goalkeeper
have really jelled as a group this season,” Marino said. “I’m very happy with
how well they’ve been playing lately.”
The Lady Lions concluded last week
with a 3-0 road victory against
Westfield, last Thursday afternoon. The
three goal scorers in that contest were
junior midfielder Jennifer Hackett, senior midfielder Molly Palatino, and senior
midfielder Olivia Santos.
The Lady Brownies lost 2-0 against
Minnechaug, last Thursday night.
Unlike recent years, the Titans have
one thing they can always count on
going into a match: experienced senior
leadership, with the Academy sporting
seven members in the Class of 2015.
“I’ve seen a significant change in the
team this year,” Theriault said. “As a
team we’ve grown together. It helps
most of us have played with each other
for three or four years. We have a big
senior class. We’ve been able to grow
each year.”
Anna McCartney and Meera Miller
played very well at the net for the Titans,
and Ashley was superb in her new role
as setter. Ally Faulstick gave Miss
Porter’s problems with her serving.
Coach Barone said her new assistant
coach, John Reidy, has been an invaluable addition to the team this season.
“He has this presence with the girls
where he can joke but he’s teaching
them,” Coach Barone said. “He’s forcing
them, in a good way, to take their game
to the next level. He’s helped me learn
more as a coach.”
JUNIORS
Chambers, Cam LaPatin , Collin Doyle
and Jacob Wadas were among those that
contributed at the right time. Chris Fogg
and Jake Manewich also had scores to
round out the Lions’ win.
The Senior team had the toughest
task of the day, facing an undefeated
Longmeadow squad. While the Knights
would get the best of the Lions by a
score of 44-12, Ludlow still played well
enough to claim “small victories.” That
would come in the form of their play on
offense that was consistent throughout
the day. Jeremy Garcia was the Lions’
workhorse on the ground and had a
decent day rushing. But it was quarterback Carson Kowalski’s accuracy that
gave Ludlow it’s only two scores of the
day. Running a unique offensive set,
Kowalski hit Michael Hastings with a
touchdown pass in the first half and connected again with Jacob Ferris late in the
game. The Lions had a tough day on
defense but saw solid play from
Kowalski, Josh Saloio, Dylan Beddow,
Greg Ricardi and Jaiden Giza-Bilodeau.
With their home schedule complete,
Ludlow will play their final two regular
season games on the road. The Lions
will travel to Agawam this Sunday and
finish off in Belchertown on Oct. 19.
Field locations and times for both games
can be found on either the LFA of SAFL
websites.
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Berthaiume-Dennette and a stellar
defensive stand kept the Lions’ lead at 86 going into the half. The two teams
traded scores to open the second half
and knot the game at 14-14.
Unfortunately for the Lions, a
Longmeadow interception would allow
the visitors to take the lead for good.
Some bright spots for the Lions included
the defensive play of Mason Marques,
Adrian Leiper and Roniel Traveras, who
chased down a Longmeadow breakaway
runner to the 1-yard line and captivated
the crowd with his own touchdown saving tackle.
The Junior team solidified their spot
in the playoffs with a thrilling 38-22
win. Whereas Longmeadow has tradition and history on their side, Ludlow
has Jamonte Beckett, an exciting firstyear player who creates magic on the
field. Beckett rushed for two touchdowns in the first half, including a spectacular play during which he was
swarmed by two Longmeadow defenders, lost the ball, picked it back up and
continued on into the end zone. Beckett
also had one reception for a touchdown
and one interception on defense. All
around solid play by Ludlow’s defense
held the Knights offense in check for
most of the game. Joe Villano had a key
interception in the first half and Wyatt
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Doyle knocked a shot off the side of the
goal. In the 11th, he sent one from the
right side that forced Diotalevi to come
out in order to keep it away from other
Pacers.
In the 12th, the ball was back on the
other end and Goncalves sent a 20
yarder just to the right of the goal. Nick
Dos Santos had a corner kick in the
15th. More shots rang out for Ludlow
with Rogowski making a diving stop in
the 16th minute off a 10-yarder by
Garete. A minute after that, Garete was
wide left from 8 yards.
Back to the Ludlow end, it was
Albahadly with a shot on goal from 15
yards in the 20th minute and in the 24th,
Doyle could not corral a crossing pass
from Aymen Saady in front of the goal.
A minute later, Machado led
Frangules with a pass, but his shot from
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8 was stopped by Rogowski. In the 28th
minute, Rogowski came well out of the
goal to pick up a loose ball. Machado
was wide left from 30 yards.
Jones took a free kick in the 33rd
minute and it was right on goal, where
Diotalevi made the save. It was a similar situation in the 35th as Jacob Parker
put a 30-yarder on Rogowski.
The Lions had one last shot in the
38th minute, when Frangules sent one
through the crease and Garete followed
with a 15-yarder that went over the goal.
The Lions peppered Chicopee with
18 shots, while Diotalevi faced just
eight, stopping seven.
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Obituaries
VOLUNTEERS
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DEATH NOTICES
Omer M. Bernardo,
Died Sept. 30, 2014
Funeral Services Oct. 3, 2014
Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home, Ludlow
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Omer M. Bernardo
1927-2014
LUDLOW – Omer M.
Bernardo, 86, of Ludlow, passed
into the great beyond Tuesday,
Sept. 30, after a brief illness. Born
Nov. 12, 1927, he was the son of
the late Domingos and Gertrude
Bernardo. Omer proudly served his
country during World War II as a
member of the U. S. Navy Seabees.
He saw extensive service in the
Pacific Theater. He was a lifelong
electrician and owner of Bernardo Electric. In the years
after his retirement, he served as the Electrical
Inspector for the Town of Ludlow. Omer was a communicant of Our Lady of Fatima Church and a past
Grand Knight of the Ludlow Knights of Columbus. He
is survived by his wife Mary (Coelho) Bernardo; two
sons, Omer Jr. and Brett, and his sister Philomena
Fidalgo and her husband Arthur. He also leaves his
beloved grandchildren Melissa and her husband
Edwin; Amy and her fiancГ© Corey; Kali and her husband Thomas and Arianna along with his great-grandson Christian Alexander and step-great-granddaughter
Destiny. Omer leaves many nieces, nephews and
friends. Sadly, he was predeceased by his son Brian
and his sisters Irene Dias and Laura Santos. Funeral
Services celebrating Omer’s life were held Friday, Oct.
3, at the Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home, 64 Sewall St.,
Ludlow, followed by a Liturgy of Christian Burial in
Our Lady of Fatima Church, 438 Winsor St., Ludlow,
and Rites of Committal with Military Honors at St.
Aloysius Cemetery, Berkshire Avenue, Springfield.
Donations in Omer’s memory may be made to the
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Massachusetts, 9
Erie Dr., Suite 101, Natick, MA 01760. For more
information, please go to www.kapinosmazurfh.com.
al nurses and one doctor serve as volunteers, but additional medical professionals are always welcome.
“Presently we have about 80 volunteers. Although
we have no ideal goal for the number of volunteers, I
can say, with certainty, that we can never have enough
volunteers,” said Paquette. “Assembling cots is quite
labor intensive, so we can always use additional volunteers for that task.”
The Board of Health is one of several town departments that comprise the Ludlow Local Emergency
Planning Committee (LEPC). LEPC members also
include representatives from the Ludlow Fire and
Police Departments, the Ludlow Public Schools, the
Department of Public Works and the Ludlow Senior
Center. The committee meets once a month throughout
the year, taking summer months off, to coordinate and
implement all aspects of local, state and federal emergency preparedness guidelines.
“Creating the LEPC and the Emergency
Preparedness Team not only ensures the safety of our
community, but it also gives us the opportunity to apply
for funding for related emergency preparedness,”
Paquette said. “We recently purchased a shed to house
our emergency preparedness equipment from funding
provided by the state.”
WALLET INVENTORY
wonderful idea,” Pszeniczny continued.
The premise of the program is simple – write down
everything you keep in your wallet – documents, identification cards, credit, ATM/debit cards, membership
cards, etc., and then store the inventory sheet in a
secure place.
Keeping a wallet inventory will help you to provide
information to all relevant financial and business industries to keep your accounts secure and lessen your
exposure to identity theft.
Pszeniczny said there are two ways to complete the
Wallet Inventory form – visit the Ludlow Senior Center
on Thursday, Oct. 23, from 9:30 to 11 a.m., and Senior
Center staff, along with Ludlow Police Officer Jerome
Mayou, will assist you in filling out the Wallet
Inventory form. All information will remain confidential.
Or you can download the forms from the town’s
website at www.ludlow.ma.us/.
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The Emergency Preparedness Team also provides
additional services as an Emergency Dispensing Site
(EDS) during a widespread medical emergency.
Volunteers can be utilized for EDS and widespread
medical emergencies as well.
“About three years ago, we held a live EDS drill,”
said Paquette. “We were the first community to perform a live EDS drill in the state of Massachusetts. We
performed a second EDS drill last year. Both drills
were performed in cooperation with the State
Department of Public Health and representatives from
surrounding communities.
“We did a flu clinic several years ago in which we
dispensed the flu vaccine updated to include the H1N1
flu vaccine that was administered to those who visited
the Board of Health, the members of the Senior Center
and Ludlow Public School System staff members and
students,” Paquette continued.
“We are eager to touch base with everyone,” said
Rusiecki. “Public safety is everyone’s responsibility not
just those who serve as volunteers. I encourage everyone to please consider becoming a volunteer because
no matter how many volunteers we have listed, not
everyone can show up at the same time.”
To sign up or to learn more about becoming a volunteer, contact the Board of Health at 413-583-5600, ext.
1271, visit the Board of Health office at Ludlow Town
Hall or send an email inquiry to [email protected]
Once the inventory form is complete, store it in a
secure place, like a safe or lockbox within your home.
Pszeniczny said the program is open to all residents
– not only seniors.
“We’re promoting this for everyone to do it,” he
said.
Pszeniczny said the Senior Center may expand on
the Wallet Inventory Program in the future to include a
program that will help to keep Internet information at
the ready.
“If you think of all the areas you go into now on the
Internet, you need a username and password, it can be
quite a list,” said Pszeniczny said.
Most people save this information on their computers, but what if your computer crashes? Creating a hard
copy inventory of all usernames and passwords will
keep this information available and secure.
To find out more about the Wallet Inventory
Program or to download a form, go to
www.ludlow.ma.us/.
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The
Register • October 8, 2014
Legals
LEGAL NOTICE
The Ludlow Zoning
Board of Appeals will hold a
public hearing in Ludlow
Town Hall, 488 Chapin
Street, Hearing Room 2 on
Thursday, October 16,
2014 at 7:00 PM on the
application of Pride Limited
Partnership, 478 Center
Street, Ludlow, MA 01056
(Assessors Map 16A, Parcel
56, Zoning B). The subject
of the hearing is a Variance
of a Sign.
Anthony W. Jarvis,
Chairman
10/1,10/8/14
LEGAL NOTICE
TOWN OF LUDLOW
LOCAL EMERGENCY
PLANNING
COMMITTEE
The Local Emergency
Planning Committee is federally mandated to oversee the
“The Community Right to
Know” planning, training
and information gathering
for the storage of hazardous
materials within the Town of
Ludlow. The Local Emergency Planning Committee
would like to announce the
following information concerning meetings, planning
and information storage.
Meetings of the Local Emergency Planning Committee
are generally held at 3:00
p.m. on the third Thursday
of the month at the Ludlow
Fire Department, 574 Center
Street, Ludlow, MA. The
public is invited to attend.
Meeting notices are placed at
the Ludlow Town Hall and
should be checked prior to
attending as some monthly
meetings may be rescheduled. The Committee has
developed an integrated
emergency response plan and
these plans are available to
be reviewed. Additional
material that is site specific
for hazardous material storage is also available at the
same location. These records
may be viewed at the Ludlow Fire Department, Monday through Friday by
appointment only from 9:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Proper
photo identification will be
required.
All requests for information should be directed to
Chief Mark Babineau, Ludlow Fire Department, 574
Center Street, Ludlow, MA
01056, (413)583-8332.
10/8/14
LEGAL NOTICE
The Ludlow Conservation Commission has scheduled a Public Meeting under
W.P.A. (M.G.L. Ch. 131, В§
40) in Ludlow Town Hall,
3rd floor, Selectmen’s Conference Room, for Wednesday, October 15, 2014, at
6:45 p.m. on the Request for
Determination of Applicability application of Michael
Hill, for the property located
at Lot 206 Jerad Drive, Map
41-27F, Parcel 206. The subject of the meeting is:
Clearing of the lot, construction of house with septic system in the front and the well
in the rear.
Jason Martowski
Chairman
10/8/14
LEGAL NOTICE –
SPECIAL PERMIT /
HOME OCCUPATION
The Ludlow Planning
Board will hold a public
hearing in Ludlow Town
Hall, Selectmen’s Conference Room on Thursday,
October 23, 2014 at 8:00
p.m. on the application of
Daniel Faustino of 59
Szlosek Road, Ludlow, MA
for Home Office –
Developing video games
(Faustination). Site plans, if
applicable, are on file for
inspection in the Planning
Board Office.
Christopher Coelho
Chairman
10/8,10/15/14
THE
COMMONWEALTH OF
MASSACHUSETTS
Ludlow
OFFICE OF THE
COLLECTOR OF TAXES
NOTICE OF
TAX TAKING
TO THE OWNERS OF
THE HEREINAFTER
DESCRIBED LAND AND
TO ALL OTHERS CONCERNED
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED THAT on Friday
the 17th day of October
2014 at 10:00 a.m. at Town
Collector ’s Office, 488
Chapin St., pursuant to the
provisions of General Laws,
Chapter 60, Section 53, and
by virtue of the authority
vested in me as Collector of
Taxes,
IT IS MY INTENTION
TO TAKE FOR THE Town
of Ludlow the following
parcels of land for non-payment of the taxes due thereon, with interest and all incidental expenses and costs to
the date of taking, unless the
same shall have been paid
before that date.
LIST OF PARCELS
TO BE TAKEN
Bracci, Darlene A
126 East St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
126 East St. containing
approx. 6,621 SQ FT and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 16584,
Page 201.
2013 $2,232.10
-568.83 pd
1,663.27 balance
2014 $2,433.19
453.41 sewer lien
Rhonda Burelle
Whitney St (Lower)
A parcel of land located
on Whitney St (lower)
known as parcel #2 containing approx. 2,483 SQ FT and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 18623,
Page 335.
2013
$8.59
2014
$8.61
Carrolo, Virginia A
307 U2 Center St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
307 Center St Unit #2 and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 6723,
Page 572.
2013 $2,994.45
-2,148.37 pd
846.08 balance
2014 $3,003.17
CDM Properties LLC
Sewall St
A parcel of land located
on Sewall St known as
Assessors parcel #1 containing approx. 1243 SQ FT and
being the same parcel
described in a deed recorded
in the Hampden County
Registry of Deeds, Book
14285, Page 429.
2013
$3.43
2014
$3.44
CDM Properties LLC
Sewall St
A parcel of land located
on Sewall St known as parcel
#2, Lots 6-8 containing
approx. 8,886 SQ FT and
being the same parcel
described in a deed recorded
in the Hampden County
Registry of Deeds, Book
14285, Page 429.
2013 $1,849.21
2014 $1,787.44
Mary G Clifford
13 Barre Drive
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
13 Barre Drive containing
approx. 10,193 SQ FT and
being the same parcel
described in a deed recorded
in the Hampden County
Registry of Deeds, Book
3248, Page 545.
2013 $2,393.50
2014 $2,441.80
383.23 sewer lien
Dabsky, Dorothy – Life
Estate, Dabsky, Nathan
13 Lillian St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
13 Lillian St containing
approx. 5,009 SQ FT and
being the same parcel
described in a deed recorded
in the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 11327,
Page131.
2013 $1,514.39
-1,158.78 pd
355.61 balance
2014 $1,570.46
Dacruz, Abilio M
121 West Ave
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
121 West Ave containing
approx. 10,890 SQ FT and
being the same parcel
described in a deed recorded
in the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 5269,
Page 149.
2013 $2,096.46
-2,082.22 pd
14.24 balance
2014 $2,064.68
Dempsey, Joan H
62 Bruni Ave
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
62 Bruni Ave containing
approx. 23,522 SQ FT and
being the same parcel
described in a deed recorded
in the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 9683,
Page 586.
2013 $3.013.34
-365.21 pd
2,648.13 balance
2014 $3,041.05
Dias, Eva & Duda, Jill
East St
A parcel of land located
on East St. known as assessors parcel 027-0490000030-001
containing
approx. 3.4 Acres and being
the same parcel described in
a deed recorded in the
Hampden County Registry of
Deeds, Book 5312, Page 89.
2013 $115.04
2014 $115.37
Ellison, William
Miller St
A parcel of land located
on Miller St known as Lot
#31 containing approx.
13.795 Acres and being the
same parcel described in a
deed recorded in the
Hampden County Registry of
Deeds, Book 16696, Page
243.
2013
$97.18
2014
$97.47
Evaristo, Judith Anne
35-37 Joy St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
35-37 Joy St. containing
approx. 14,113 SQ FT and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 4673,
Page 80.
2013 $4,744.07
-2,617.64 pd
2,126.43 balance
1,209.44 sewer lien
2014 $4,604.63
1,164.78 sewer lien
Gallo, Frank M &
Francis T
32 Rood St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
32 Rood St. containing
approx. 1.4 Acres and being
the same parcel described in
a deed recorded in the
Hampden County Registry of
Deeds, Book 3071, Page
565.
2013 $3,083.73
-3,074.48 pd
9.25 balance
2014 $3,318.29
Goguen, Joseph P
132 James St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
132 James St. containing
approx. 1.286 Acres and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 11010,
Page 436.
2013 $2,965.26
-725.90 pd
2,239.36 balance
2014 $3,077.21
Hayes, Michael J
73 West St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
73 West St containing
approx. 16,988 SQ FT and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 10537,
Page 363.
2013 $2,165.14
-569.62 pd
1,595.52 balance
2014 $2,188.66
137.60 sewer lien
Kolenovic, Ferat
& Safeta
200 Center St Unit #8
A parcel located at 200
Center St Unit #8 Maple
Tree Square Business Condominiums and being the
same parcel described in a
deed recorded in the Hampden County Registry of
Deeds, Book 10400, Page
280.
2013 $661.05
2014 $654.36
Kolenovic, Ferat
& Safeta
200 Center St Unit #7
A parcel located at 200
Center St Unit #7 Maple
Tree Square Business Condominiums and being the
same parcel described in a
deed recorded in the Hampden County Registry of
Deeds, Book 10400, Page
280.
2013 $1,598.53
2014 $1,585.96
Mackie, Ty J &
Mackie, Cheryl A &
Mackie, Blanche M
22 Barrett St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
22 Barrett St. containing
approx. 10,106 SQ FT and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 14277,
Page 28.
2013 $2,718.01
-2,701.45 pd
16.56 balance
533.16 sewer lien
2014 $2,700.10
-2,693.12 pd
6.98 balance
214.16 sewer lien
Macmaster, Carolann M
142 Michael St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
142 Michael St. containing
approx. 15,507 SQ FT and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 17205,
Page 500.
2013 $3,289.77
-1,603.34 pd
1,686.43 balance
2014 $3,414.73
Madru, Eugene
39 Meadow St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
39 Meadow St. containing
approx. 6,011 SQ FT and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 12304,
Page 130.
2013 $2,050.10
-1,770.15 pd
279.95 balance
242.87 sewer lien
2014 $2,296.87
303.48 sewer lien
Miner, William L Jr &
Lyla Joanne &
Miner, Christopher A
37 Watt Ave
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
37 Watt Ave containing
approx. 10,019 SQ FT and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 8585,
Page 416.
2013 $3,037.37
2014 $2,741.42
466.17 sewer lien
Pinsonnault, Paul G
505 West St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
505 West St. containing
approx. 4.00 Acres and being
the same parcel described in
a deed recorded in the
Hampden County Registry of
Deeds, Book 17701, Page
177.
2013 $3,540.46
-81.41 pd
3,459.05 balance
2014 $3,910.66
Plankey, Charles E
Fuller St
A parcel of land located
on Fuller St known as parcel
#2 containing approx. 30,013
SQ FT and being the same
parcel described in a deed
recorded in the Hampden
County Registry of Deeds,
Book 8524, Page 312.
2013
$99.44
2014
$94.71
Policarpo, Jose Rogerio
& Filomena M –
Life Estate – Et Al
12 Bristol St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
12 Bristol St containing
approx. 4,748 SQ FT and
being the same parcel
described in a deed recorded
in the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 17283,
Page 520.
2013 $2,589.24
$1,228.50 pd
1,360.74 balance
2014 $2,541.67
217.35 sewer lien
Reeves, Dorilla M
f/k/a Asselin, Dorilla M
36 Newbury St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
36 Newbury St containing
approx. 9,017 SQ FT and
being the same parcel
described in a deed recorded
in the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 17710,
Page 505.
2013 $3,023.64
$1,373.98 pd
1,649.66 balance
2014 $2,839.58
Romansky, Karen L
26 Berkshire St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
26 Berkshire St containing
approx. 4,487 SQ FT and
being the same parcel
described in a deed recorded
in the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 14608,
Page 254.
2013 $2,276.74
$2,372.92 pd
188.64 sewer lien
Rosario, Oscar & Alicia
20 Jennifer Dr
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
20 Jennifer Dr containing
approx. 1.347 Acres and
being the same parcel
described in a deed recorded
in the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 6451,
Page 574.
2013 $5,808.61
2014 $5,701.54
Szczebak, Edward F
Chapin St
A parcel of land located
on Chapin St known as parcel #2 containing approx.
6,360 SQ FT and being the
same parcel described in a
deed recorded in the Hampden County Registry of
Deeds, Book 14617, Page
294.
2013
$20.60
2014
$20.66
Tierney, Maurice W Sr.
66 Ampere Ave
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
66 Ampere Ave containing
approx. 10,019 SQ FT and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 2894,
Page 324.
2013 $2,185.74
-769.80 pd
1,415.94 balance
2014 $2,204.16
Vice, Ronald L Jr
& Findley, Billie Jo
96 Chapin St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
96 Chapin St. containing
approx. 18,339 SQ FT and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 12368,
Page 518.
2013 $2,354.01
-2,341.11 pd
12.90 balance
415.13 sewer lien
2014 $2,665.66
-2,651.19 pd
14.47 balance
443.84 sewer lien
Walter, Patricia H
& Loflanc, Katherine E
631 East St
A parcel of land with
building thereon known as
631 East St. containing
approx. 10,672 SQ FT and
being the same parcel described in a deed recorded in
the Hampden County Registry of Deeds, Book 10728,
Page 482.
2013 $2,972.13
-2,966.67 pd
5.46 balance
175.88 sewer lien
Fred Pereira Collector of Taxes
10/8/14
SUPPORT
COMMUNITY
BUSINESSES
October 8, 2014 •
Datebook
SATURDAY, OCT. 11
OUR LADY OF THE CROSS PARISH, 23
Sycamore St., in Holyoke will be holding a public
rosary on Saturday, Oct. 11, at noon, to commemorate
the Miracle of the Sun, which took place in Fatima,
Portugal on Oct. 13, 1917.
AMERICA NEEDS FATIMA will be praying the
Rosary on Saturday, Oct. 11, in Memorial Park, across
from Walgreens on East Street, in Ludlow, at 12 p.m.
Please come and pray in the public square to ask Our
Lady to intercede on behalf of our country because
America truly needs her help.
THE LUDLOW HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1969
will hold its 45th reunion on Oct. 11 at the El Cid in
Ludlow. Mike Ferreira will be hosting and providing
the dinner and entertainment. Bar opens at 6 p.m. Cost
of the evening is $25. We will need reservations and
check by Sept.16. Please mail to: Joyce (Roberts)
Plodzik, 235 Sand Hill Road, Middletown, CT 06457.
THE LUDLOW HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1969
will hold its 45th reunion on Saturday, Oct. 11, at the
El Cid in Ludlow. Mike Ferreira will be hosting and
providing the dinner and entertainment. Bar opens at 6
p.m. Cost of the evening is $25. We will need reservations and check by Sept.16. Please mail to: Joyce
(Roberts) Plodzik, 235 Sand Hill Road, Middletown,
CT 06457.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, OCT. 11-12
THE SPRINGFIELD BONSAI CLUB WILL PRESENT A BONSAI ART EXHIBIT on Saturday, Oct.
11, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 12, from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Sixteen Acres Garden Center,
1359 Wilbraham Road. Admission is free. Bonsai
workshops will be held from 10 a.m. to noon and 1:30
to 3:30 p.m. at a cost of $30 and includes instruction,
pot and tree. Pre-register for the workshop via email at
[email protected] or by calling Douglas
Taylor at 413-733-2009. Space is limited. To learn
more go to www.SpringfieldBonsai.com.
MONDAY, OCT. 13
THE POLANIE CLUB WILL HOLD A BINGO
CARD PARTY ON MONDAY, OCT. 13, BEGINNING AT 6:30 p.m., at the Polish American Citizen's
Club, 355 East St., Ludlow. Public invited. All are welcome.
OCT. 17-18
FIRST CHURCH IN LUDLOW WILL BE HAVING ITS BI-ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE ON FRIDAY, OCT. 17, AND SATURDAY, OCT. 18, FROM 9
A.M. TO 3 P.M. Drop off times for donations will be
Monday, Oct. 13, and Wednesday, Oct. 15, from 9 a.m.
to noon; Tuesday, Oct. 14, from 9 a.m. to noon and 4
to 7 p.m., and Thursday, Oct. 16, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Donations of gently used clothing for all ages and
household items are greatly appreciated. We will
accept small electrical items in working order, but no
TVs or electronics.
SATURDAY, OCT. 18
ST. PAUL’S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
WILL HOST A PASTA SUPPER FUNDRAISER AT
THE CHURCH, LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF
HUBBARD & SEWALL streets, on Saturday, Oct. 18,
from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Spaghetti with meat sauce and
macaroni and cheese will be served, along with salad,
bread and butter, coffee, tea and dessert. Tickets are $7
for adults, $4 for kids 12 and under. Kids under four
are FREE. Advance purchase of tickets is recommended. For more information or to purchase tickets, call
the parsonage at 413-583-5754.
ST. GREGORY ARMENIAN APOSTOLIC
CHURCH WILL HOLT ITS ANNUAL ARMENIAN
BAZAAR on Saturday, Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.,
in the church hall at 135 Goodwin. Visitors are invited
to enjoy many favorite Armenian dinners. Both traditional Armenian and American baked goods will be
featured. Take-out will be available by calling 413543-4763. Raffle prizes. Admission and parking are
free. For more information, please call the Church
office at 413-543-4763.
CLASSICAL HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1979,
WILL CELEBRATE ITS 35TH REUNION ON SATURDAY, OCT. 18, from 5 p.m. to midnight, at the
Sheraton Hotel in Springfield. Hors D’oeuvres, Buffet
Dinner, DJ, Dancing & Cash Bar. The cost is $70 per
person. For more information, contact Alesia Kenyon
The
Register • Page 19
ChurchDIRECTORY
Week of Oct. 8-14
St. Elizabeth Parish, Ludlow
413-583-3467
Pastor – Rev. Msgr. Homer P. Gosselin; In
Residence – Rev. Norman Bolton; Deacons,
Normand Grondin, Thomas Rickson, Keith Davies
(Robert Duval, retired)
Wednesday, Oct 8 – 7:30 a.m. Daily Mass – (C);
11:30 a.m. Meat Pie Project – (FLBH/JR/ER); 3 p.m.
Youth Ministry – JR/ER; 6 p.m. Evening Prayer –
(C); 6:30 p.m. Holy Mother’s Choir Rehearsal – (C);
6:30 p.m. Scripture Reflection – (ZR).
Thursday, Oct. 9 – 7:30 a.m. Mass – (C); 11:30
a.m. Meat Pie Project – (FLBH/JR/ER); 6:15 p.m.
Life Teen Choir Rehearsal – (C); 6:30 p.m. Liturgy
Committee – (ER); 7 p.m. RCIA– (C).
Friday, Oct. 10 – 7:30 a.m. Daily Mass – (C);
11:30 a.m. Meat Pie Project – (FLBH/JR/ER); 6 p.m.
Evening Prayer – (C).
Saturday, Oct. 11 – 4 p.m. Mass.
Sunday, Oct. 12 – 7:30 a.m. Mass; 9:15 a.m.
Mass; 11 a.m. Mass; 5 p.m. Mass.
Monday, Oct. 13 – 7:30 a.m. Daily Mass – (C); 6
p.m. Set-up for Spaghetti Dinner – (FLBH).
Tuesday, Oct. 14 – 7:30 a.m. Daily Mass – (C);
4:30 p.m. Spaghetti Dinner – (FLBH); 6:30 p.m.
Bereavement Support Group – (ZR); 6:30 p.m. Cub
Scouts – (ER); 7 p.m. St. Rita’s Choir Rehearsal –
(C); 7 p.m. Finance Council – (R).
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church
123 Hubbard St. Ludlow
413-583-5754
Rev. Linda Peabody
Pastor’s office hours: Wednesdays and
Thursdays 10 a.m. to noon
Sunday Worship at 9:30 a.m.; Sunday School 9:45
a.m.
Tuesdays – AA 7:30 p.m.
Thursdays – AA 7:30 p.m.
*Check
out
our
website
at
www.stpaulsmethodistchurch.org.
Sts. Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church
45 Newbury St. Ludlow, MA 01056
Phone Number: 413-583-2140
Rev. Fr. Robert Markovitch, Pastor
Sunday Divine Liturgy (Holy Mass) at 8 a.m.
Please join us and introduce yourself if you are visiting!
The First Church in Ludlow
859 Center Street
413-583-3339 and 413-583-6834
Rev. Robyn Burns, Interim Pastor
Office hours: Monday through Thursday, 2:30
to 5 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Visit our website at www.ludlowfirst.com.
The First Church in Ludlow is now open for
prayer and meditation on Tuesdays from 4 to 6 p.m.
Anyone is welcome to come in for some peace, quiet
and contemplation, and to take a “time out” from the
bustle of life. Please join us in solitude or in fellowship.
Worship Service – 9:30 a.m. Sunday mornings.
Church School – Nursery, coffee hour after the
Service.
Tuesday 4 – 6 p.m., Prayer vigil; everyone invited.
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Scouts.
Wednesday, 8 p.m. AA.
Thursday, 7 p.m. Choir.
The new Thrift Shop at First Church will be open
Tuesdays from 6 to 8 p.m., Fridays from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon, and after
Sunday services.
Union Church of Christ
(United Church of Christ)
51 Center St., Ludlow
413-583-5717
Pastor: Rev. Jeffrey K. Erb
Worship Service and Sunday School: Sunday, 10
a.m. (Fellowship hour following)
Office Hours: Wednesday, 9 a.m. to noon
Choir Practice: Sunday, 9 a.m.
Christ the King Church
41 Warsaw Ave.
Pastor Rev. Raymond A. Soltys
Saturday Vigil Masses – 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Sunday Masses – 7:30 a.m.; 8:45 a.m. (Polish); 10
a.m. and 11:15 a.m.
Barbaro at 413-478-8611 or Michelle Roderick Lussier
at 413-374-8031.
UPCOMING
LEARN MORE ABOUT JIM MARTIN’S TRIP TO
Sunday Evening Mass – 5:30 p.m.
Immaculate Conception Church
24 Parker St., Indian Orchard
413-543-3627
Pastor Rev. Stanley Sokol
Saturday Vigil Mass – 4 p.m. (English)
Sunday Masses – 9 a.m. (English); 11:15 a.m.
(Polish); 5 p.m. (English)
Monday and Wednesday Morning Masses – 9 a.m.
Tuesday and Thursday Daily Masses – 5 p.m.
Friday Mass – 9:30 a.m.
Saturday Mass – 9 a.m. (Polish)
Vigil Mass on Holy Days of Obligation – 5 p.m.
Holy Day of Obligation Masses – 9 a.m. and 5
p.m.
Saint Jude’s Mission Church
221 Main St., Indian Orchard
Fr. William Pomerleau, Pastor
413-782-8041
Please note: services for St. Jude’s Mission
Church are now taking place at Our Lady of the
Sacred Heart Church, 407 Boston Road, Springfield.
Saturday Mass – 4 p.m.
Spanish Mass – Sundays 12 p.m.
Sunday Mass – 8:15 – 10:30 a.m.
Daily Mass – Monday, Tuesday, Friday: 7 a.m.
Tuesday: 6 p.m. Confessions in Spanish; 6:30 p.m.
Adoration of Blessed Sacrament in Spanish
Thursday: 6:30 p.m.
Reconciliation Schedule: Saturday 3:15 to 3:45
p.m. or by appointment.
Harvest Bible Chapel
Services are held at 10 a.m. each Sunday at
Ludlow High School. Children’s church and nursery
are available. For more information, visit www.harvestwesternmass.org.
Faith Community Chapel
A Church of the Nazarene
485 East St., Ludlow
413-583-7875
Pastor Rev. Douglas E. Fish
Sunday Services: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for all
Ages; 10:30 a.m. Fellowship for all Ages; 11 a.m.
Sunday Worship Service.
Thursday Evening at 6:30 p.m. Gathering for
prayer at the church.
Sunday evenings at 5:30 p.m. Ladies Study,
“Spirit Hunger.” Contact Judi Doyle at
[email protected] for more information. Men’s
Study, “Do Something” Leader is Steve Cooper.
Contact the church to register or for more information
email [email protected]
Beginning Sept. 28 at 5:30 p.m. Young
Adult/Student four-week DVD study
Apologetics: Answering Tough Questions About
God & Christianity” by Matt Chandler. Leader is
Justin Wenners. Contact the church to register or for
more information email [email protected]
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints
584 West Street, Ludlow
413-583-8454
Sunday Services: 10 – 11 a.m. – Combined Family
Service
Adult Classes: 11 a.m. to noon – Adult Sunday
School; Noon to 1 p.m. – Adult Religious/ Marriage
and Parenting Classes for Men; Noon to 1 p.m. –
Adult Religious/ Marriage and Parenting Classes for
Women.
Children’s Classes: (Ages 3-11) 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sunday School and Singing Time; Teen Classes
(Ages 12-18); 11 a.m. to noon Teen Sunday School;
Noon to 1 p.m. Classes for Young Women; Noon to 1
p.m. Classes for Young Men; Young Single Adults:
(ages 18-30); 11 a.m. to noon Teen Sunday School;
Noon to 1 p.m. Classes for Young Single Adult
Women; Noon to 1 p.m. Classes for Young Single
Adult Men.
A Novena to St. Peregrine, patron saint for those
with cancer, takes place every Monday at 5:30 p.m. at
Mary Mother of Hope Church, 840 Page Blvd.,
Springfield. Cancer patients, cancer survivors, friends
of cancer victims, and the general public are invited
to attend.
SOUTH AMERICA AT A PREVIEW MEETING to be
held on Thursday, Oct. 23, beginning at 6:30 p.m., in
the St. Elizabeth Parish SJB Pastoral Center, 201
Hubbard St., Ludlow.
Please see DATEBOOK, Page 20
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Register • October 8, 2014
DATEBOOK
from Page 19
LUPA ZOO WILL HOST A HALLOWEEN CELEBRATION on Saturday, Oct. 25, and Sunday, Oct. 26,
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Children ages two to 12 must
dress up to trick-or-treat on the zoo grounds. Staff and
volunteers will hand out free treats to young zoo-goers.
Kids who participate will also receive a free bag of animal feed to include the animals in some Halloween fun.
Face painting; free coloring and activity books, and
pumpkin painting. Enter a raffle for a chance to win a
family membership for the 2015 season! Apple cider
will be available for $1, Knapik said. Admission to
Lupa Zoo, located at 62 Nash Hill Road, Ludlow, is
$10 for adults and children age 13 and up; $9 for senior
citizens age 62 and up, $6 for children ages 2-12, and
free for children under two years of age.
THE LUDLOW POLICE ASSOCIATION IS
HOSTING ITS FIRST-EVER “RUN FOR THE LAW
5K” to raise funds for protective equipment and training for the department’s Special Response Team. The
5K will be held Sunday, Oct. 26, with registration
beginning at 9 a.m. and the race beginning at 10 a.m.,
at Ludlow High School. Early registration for $25 is
being held online at www.accu-specracing.com. Under
“Events,” click on “The Ludlow Police Association
Run for the Law 5K.” T-shirts for the first 300 who register. Same-day registration is $30.
THE WILBRAHAM WOMEN’S CLUB WILL
HOST ANNUAL LUNCHION AND FASHION
SHOW FOR THURSDAY, OCT. 30, at the Ludlow
Country Club. Social hour begins at 11:30 a.m., followed by the luncheon at 12:15 p.m. Women’s fashions
will be provided by The Little Black Dress of Enfield,
Conn., and the men’s fashions by Jos. A. Bank
Clothiers of Longmeadow. The cost of the luncheon is
$27 inclusive. Luncheon choices are salmon, chicken
francaise, roast pork loin. For reservations, call 413596-8173 by Oct. 23. Proceeds will benefit scholarships
and many community projects.
THE UNION CHURCH OF CHRIST WILL HOST
ITS ANNUAL HOLLY FAIR AND TURKEY LUNCHION ON SATURDAY, NOV. 1, FROM 8 A.M. TO
3 P.M. Christmas crafts, knitted goods, bake sale, jewelry, attic treasures, clothing, pillows, handcrafted sewn
items, raffles, auctions, used books, used toys and
much more. Join us for our Turkey Luncheon with all
of the traditional turkey dinner fixings – turkey, gravy,
mashed potatoes, stuffing, squash, vegetables, rolls and
dessert. Tickets are $12 at the door, $6 for children.
Take out is also available. Call 413-583-5717. This is a
continuous serve buffet from 10:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Union Church of Christ is located at 51 Center St.,
Ludlow. For more information call Jo at 413-427-6963.
SP TLIGHT
This
week’s
T&J
AUTO
BODY
PIZZA CORNER
Beer • Wine • Pizza
• Grinders • Spaghetti
• Salads
Tues., Wed., Thurs, 11 am-9 pm
Fri. & Sat. 11 am-10 pm,
Sunday 2 pm-9 pm • Closed Mon.
We meet by accident
70 East St., Ludlow MA
REPAIRS• PAINTING • WELDING
GLASS • INSTALLATION
583-3088
239 Hubbard St., Ludlow
BEST PRICES FOR USED
AUTO OR TRUCK PARTS
583-4026
CHOICE:
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OR POWER TO CHOOSE.
��60 Day Warranty On Used Parts’’
Paying Top $$
Ludlow Auto Salvage
413-583-8000
JOE’S AUTO BODY
MARIA’S RENTALS
The Collision Experts
Get in the
SPOTLIGHT
413-547-6455
www.joesautobodyinc.com
Contact Tracy at
413-283-8393
BELANGER
Proud publishers
of 15 community
newspapers
Roofing • Siding
Gutters
Replacement Windows
(413) 583-4411
www.turley.com
Leitao
insurance
583-6424
564
Center
Street
Ludlow, MA
If you are involved in an accident
YOUR BODYSHOP IS YOUR CHOICE
JOE’S AUTO BODY, INC.
& MARIA’S CAR RENTALS AND SALES
Celebrating 25 Years in Business!
ONE STOP DOES IT ALL!
We work with all insurance companies
In business since 1987
The good service people.
199 West Ave. Ludlow
James A. Bernardo
547-6455
HANSON JEWELERS
New Store Hours:
Tues., Wed., Fri.: 9:30am-5:30pm
Thursday: 9:30am-7:00pm
Saturday: 9:30am-3:30pm
477C Center Street • Ludlow, MA 01056
413.589.9088 • www.hansonjewelers.com
www.joesautobodyinc.com
RS #752
Appraisers Lic. #012408
October 8, 2014 •
The
Register • Page 21
Buzzin’ from Town to Town
Classifieds
Turley Publications’ Community Marketplace
For Sale
Tag Sale
2 WOOD STOVES, one pot belly,
$350 each. (413)455-5020.
HUGE MULTI FAMILY Sat & Sun
10/11-12, 9-5. 80 Hunter Road, Rt.
21, Ludlow. Rain or Shine.
Clothes, holiday decor, salt/pepper
collection, years of accumulation!
OCT 11-12, 8AM-3PM, 23 Dale
St., Holyoke. Household items,
jewelry,
furniture,
antiques,
bedding, holiday items, lawn
items, books and more.
A public service announcement
presented by your community paper
ANTIQUE AND PERIOD chairs –
Restored with new woven seats –
Many styles and weaves available.
Call (413)267-9680.
CAMPING TRAILER 2011 Jayco
Jay Feather Select 19H, 19 ft.
dble. axle, hybrid trailer. Super
Super
clean,
sleeps
six
comfortably
-2
Queens,
&
convertible dinette, & sofa.
Heat/AC, Full Lav W/shower, 22”
flat screen TV, DVD/CD, speakers
in/out. WITH: Elec Awning, Elec.
Trailer Jack, dual propane tanks,
and 2 year extended warranty.
$13,900. Call Christine 413-2679440
H.O. TRAINS, trucks, buildings,
track. Call John (413)244-8770.
SEA KAYAK- MAELSTROM
Boreal design, VAAG 17/4
w/skeg., 2 graphite paddles,
Werner Shuna and Epic Wing
design. 2 snap dragon spray
skirts, kayak car rack, Yakima
w/drop down supports. $1,500/ all.
(413)256-6119.
T-SHIRTS CUSTOM PRINTED.
$5.50 heavyweight. “Gildan,” min.
order
of
36
pcs.
HATS,
embroidered $6.00. Free catalog.
(800)242-2374. Berg Sportswear.
40.
TEAK DINING TABLE w/6 chairs,
44”x64” extends to 104”. Excellent
condition. $1,200 (413)219-8913.
TECHNICS ORGAN- ROLL top,
key to lock, many music sheets
and books included and bench.
Asking $200. Call (413)283-3829.
Estate Sale
ESTATE SALE SAT/SUN Oct
11/12 9-5pm Country Corner
Storage 50 Greenwich Rd Ware,
MA Dresser, Trestle Tables,
Antique Cutter Sleigh, Iron Patio
Set, farm tools, Yard cart and
more.
Moving Sale
MOVING SALE MON. Oct.13,
8:30-3pm 49 Lamb St South
Hadley. Printing/Office supplies
and furniture, 3ring binders,
organizers,
phone
system,
shipping boxes and filler, paper,
envelopes,
albums,
books,
pegboard,
heavyduty
screws/fasteners, oil painting sets,
lots more...
Tag Sale
200 SOULE ROAD, WIlbraham
Oct 11th, 8-3. Lots of Country
crafts and much more.
40
CHRISTMAS
VILLAGE
scenes, other Christmas items.
Oct. 11, 12, 13, 9am-4pm. 26
Bolton Street, South Hadley.
BOOKS,
CLOTHES,
APPLIANCES,
dishes,
antiques,
furniture, and more. Oct 13th, 8-3.
Rain or Shine. 258 Amherst St.,
Granby.
FIRST TIME NEIGHBORHOOD
tag sale start at intersection of
Bacon and Malboeuf Rds, Ware.
Sat. Oct 11th 9am-4pm
GIANT TAG SALE 84 Cosgrove
Avenue, Agawam, MA October
10th, 11th, 12th and 13th. 9:30am4:30pm. Featuring Ephemera,
housewares, glass, jewelry and
working
1950’s
Sunbeam
refrigerator.
OCT. 13, 9-3. 11 Barton Avenue,
Belchertown. Large variety of
items
including
dishwasher,
rototiller and camping items.
Antiques
EASY
STREET
ANTIQUES.
Buying one item or entire estates.
Buying
antique
&
vintage
glassware, pottery, Hummels,
jewelry, coins, watches, military,
toys, Legos, hunting, fishing,
stringed instruments,
books,
tools, & more. Call today.
www.ezstreetantiques.com
or (413)626-8603.
Firewood
!!!!ALL RED & WHITE OAK!!!!
Seasoned,
over
a
cord
guaranteed. Cut, split, prompt
delivery. Call D & D Cordwood
(413)348-4326.
FIREWOOD
Fresh cut & split $160.00.
Seasoned cut & split $225.00
All hardwood.
*Also have seasoned softwood for
outdoor boilers (Cheap).
Quality & volumes guaranteed!!
New England Forest Products
(413)477-0083.
Miscellaneous
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Wanted
OLD
CARPENTER
TOOLS
wanted. Planes, chisels, saws,
levels, etc. Call Ken 413-4332195. Keep your vintage tools
working and get MONEY.
WANTED
ANTIQUES
&
COLLECTIBLES
Furniture,
Advertising signs, Toys, Dolls,
Trains Crocks & Jugs, Musical
Instruments, Sterling Silver &
Gold, Coins, Jewelry, Books,
Primitives, Vintage Clothing,
Military items, Old Lamps.
Anything old. Contents of attics,
barns and homes. One item or
complete estate. Call (413)2673786 or (413)539-1472 Ask for
Frank.
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PICKERS “in the Old Monson
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all types of Antiques and
Collectibles!! Simply Bring your
items in for a Free Evaluation
and/ or Cash Offer!! We will
come to you. Contents of attic,
basements, entire estates!!
Clean sweep service. All Gold
and Silver Items to include;
jewelry, costume and estate
pcs., wrist/pocket watches,
class ring, etc., broken or not.
Silverware
sets,
trays,
trophies, etc., Coins of all sorts,
Proof sets, Silver dollars and
other coinage collections! All
types of Old Advertising
Signs, Military items to include
Daggers, Swords, Bayonets,
guns,
medals,
uniforms,
helmets etc. Old toys, train
sets, dolls, metal trucks, old
games, model car kits from the
’60s,
old
bicycles,
motorcycles,
pedal
cars,
Matchbox, action figures, Pre1970’s Baseball cards, comic
books, etc.! Old picture frames,
prints and oil paintings, old
fishing equipment, lures, tackle
boxes! Post Card albums, old
coke machines, pinball, juke
boxes, slot machines, musical
instruments, guitars of all
types,
banjos,
horns,
accordions, etc. Old cameras,
microscopes, telescopes, etc.
Just like on T.V. We buy all
things seen on “Pickers” and
the “Pawn Shop” shows!! Call
or Bring your items in to our
4,500 square foot store!! 64
Main Street., Monson (“The
Old Bowling Alley”) We are
your Estate Specialists!! Over
30 yrs. in the Antique Business!
Prompt Courteous Service!
Open Daily 10:00- 5:00 Sun.
12:00- 5:00 (413)267-3729.
Services
*****
Wanted To Buy
Services
*******A & B HOUSEHOLD
REMOVAL SERVICE*******
Cellars, attics, garages cleaned,
yard
debris.
Barns,
sheds,
demolished. Swimming pools
removed. Cheaper than dumpster
fees and we do all the work.
Lowest rates. Fully insured.
(413)267-3353, cell (413)2228868.
***A A CALL – HAUL IT ALL***
Cheaper than a dumpster. I do all
the work, cleanouts, attics, cellars,
barns, garages and appliance
removal. 10% discount with this
ad. Free Est. (413)596-7286
A CALL WE HAUL
WE TAKE IT ALL
WE LOAD IT ALL
Lowest Rates,
accumulations, junk, estates,
attics, garages, appliances,
basements, demo services
10% disc. with this ad.
All Major CC's
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WE powerwash houses, decks,
patios. Roof Cleaning/
non-pressure wash. Removes ugly
dark staining & moss
Free estimates. Fully insured,
owner operated,
Call (413)297-4276
DRIVEWAYS,
EXCAVATING,
SEAL coat, re-surface, patching,
parking lots and slot drains. FALL
SPECIALS. Fully insured. Call
Stan (413)246-5091.
DRIVEWAYS, OIL AND stone,
durable but inexpensive. Choice of
colors, also driveway repair and
trucking available. Fill/ Loam/
Gravel. Call J. Fillion Liquid
Asphalt (413)668-6192.
DRYWALL
AND
CEILINGS,
plaster repair. Drywall hanging.
Taping & complete finishing. All
ceiling textures. Fully insured.
Jason at Great Walls.
(413)563-0487
FREE PICK-UP ANY metal
household
items,
appliances,
pools, mowers, auto parts, yard
furniture, grills, fencing, boilers.
Call (860)970-4787.
A & M TUNE-UPS
Push lawnmowers, riding mowers
and small engine repair.
Work done at your home.
Call Mike
(413) 348-7967
ACE CHIMNEY SWEEPS. Cleanings, inspections, repairs, caps,
liners, waterproofing, rebuilds.
Gutterbrush Installations. Local
family owned since 1986. HIC
#118355. Fully insured. (413)5478500.
BILODEAU AND SON Roofing.
Established 1976. New re-roofs
and repairs. Gutter cleanings and
repairs. Licensed/ insured. Call
(413)967-6679.
CHIMNEY SERVICES: CLEANINGS, caps, dampers, repairs
including masonry and liners. The
best for less!!! Worcester to
Pittsfield.
www.expresschimney.com
413-650-0126, 508-245-1501
CLEAN-OUTS & Waste Removal
Fully insured, Free Estimates.
Garages, basements attics, whole
estates, foreclosures, free metal
removal.
Ben
(413)535-9808
[email protected]
Appliances
COLEMAN APPLIANCE SERVICE. Servicing all makes and
models of washers, dryers,
refrigerators, stoves, dishwashers,
air conitioners. Also dryer vent
cleaning. (413)536-0034.
Child Services
*NEW STATE LAW. Anyone
advertising caring of children must
list a license number to do so if
they offer this service in their own
home.
BABY SITTER WANTED. Family
in Hampden is looking for a baby
sitter for our special needs
daughter. Local high school or
college student preferred. Please
call 413-531-4125.
Cleaning Services
HANDYMAN
DANLAWN
MOWING, FALL clean-up, small
tree pruning, estate clean-outs,
garage,
cellars,
attic’s,
snowblowing, pressure washing.
You want it done call Dan
(413)883-5113.
HOME THEATER, AV Tech.
(Cert. ISF/HAA). The only Cert.
Installers in this area. Put in
theater for you or install a Plasma
the right way. Sales, service. 413374-8000, 413-374-8300.
www.a-v-tech.com
COMPUTERS SHOULDN’T BE
frustrating or frightening. I’ll come
to you. Upgrades, troubleshooting,
set-up, tutoring. Other electronics
too. Call Monique (413)237-1035.
Jim’s Renovation,
Repair & Services
SNOWBLOWER & LAWNMOWER
TUNE UP & REPAIR
WE
RENOVATE,
SELL
&
PURCHASE (any condition) horse
drawn vehicles such as sleighs,
carriages, surreys, wagons, dr’s
buggies,
driveable
or
lawn
ornaments. Some furniture and
other
restoration
services
available.
Reasonable prices.
Quality
workmanship.
Call
(413)213-0373 for estimate and
information.
Demers & Sons
Belchertown, MA
HOUSE CLEANING AT an
affordable price! Honest with a
spotless
reputation
and
experience. Please call for a free
estimate (413)335-9525.
90 YEAR OLD company offering
free in-home water testing. Call
Eric 413-244-8139
CHAIR SEAT WEAVING &
refinishing - cane, fiber rush &
splint - Classroom instructor, 20 +
years experience. Call Walt at
(413)267-9680 for estimate.
WANTED
TO
BUY.
RCA
32V550T CRT TV delivered. 413275-3389
Bob (413) 374-6175
or Jen (413) 244-5112
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“Let Age & Experience
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LOCAL HANDYMAN
12 Years Experience
Big or Small we do it all
Roofing, Windows, Siding
Decks. Drywall, Masonry
& Basement Waterproofing
Call Brad at 413 668-4524
PAINT AND PAPER Over 25
years experience. References. Lic
#086220. Please call Kevin 978355-6864.
PAUL’S QUALITY MASONRY:
Brick, block, stucco, cultured
stone. Specializing in chimney
restoration. Free estimates, senior
citizen discount. Call Paul 413533-5972.
PLUMBING JOBS DONE by fast
and accurate master plumber.
Small jobs welcome. Cheap hourly
rate. LC9070 Paul 413-323-5897.
Computer Services
Electrician
BILL CAMERLIN. ADDITIONS,
service changes, small jobs for
homeowners, fire alarms. Fast,
dependable, reasonable rates.
Insured, free estimates. E280333.
24 hour emergency service.
(413)427-5862.
DEPENDABLE
ELECTRICIAN,
FRIENDLY
service,
installs
deicing cables. Free estimates.
Fully insured. Scott Winters
electrician Lic. #13514-B Call
(413)244-7096.
JAMES
FERRIS:
LICENSE
#E16303. Free estimates. Senior
Discounts. Insured. 40 years
experience. No job too small. Cell
(413)330-3682.
Heating & Air Cond.
HEATING- AFFORDABLE, PROFESSIONAL
service
&
maintenance on all brands, gas,
heat pump & mini split systems.
Tony’s Heating & Cooling Service
(413)221-7073
[email protected]
Home Improvement
20+ YEARS EXPERIENCE!
Complete carpentry, drywall
and painting services.
For all your home
improvement needs.
Kitchens, baths, finished
basements and more!
Joe’s GC-License #CS093368.
(413) 219-6951.
C-D HOME IMPROVEMENT. 1
Call for all your needs. Windows,
siding, roofs, additions, decks,
baths, hardwood floors, painting.
All work 100% guaranteed.
Licensed and insured. Call Bob
(413)596-8807 Cell
CS Lic.
#97110, HIC Lic #162905
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Home Improvement
Landscaping
Tree Work
ACO
MASONRY, HEATING & AIR
CONDITIONING
Heating & Air Conditioning
Service & Installation
Furnaces, Sheet Metal
All types of masonry work.
Chimney repair, tile work, stucco,
stone, brick, block, concrete, flat
work, pavers, retaining walls.
Power Washing
License & Insured
Commercial & Residential
Free Estimates
Competitive Rates
Call Adam 413-374-7779
DAVE’S LAWN & Garden The
leader in property maintenance.
We include Fall clean-up and
snow removal. For free estimate
call (413)478-4212.
AFFORDABLE STUMP GRINDING. Fast, dependable service.
Free estimates. Fully insured. Call
Joe Sablack. 1-413-436-9821 Cell
1-413-537-7994
CERAMIC TILE INSTALLATION
Kitchen, bath, foyers. References.
Lic #086220. Please call Kevin
(978)355-6864.
COMPLETE CONSTRUCTIONADDITIONS,
kitchen
and
bathroom remodels, windows,
doors, roofing, siding. Free
estimates. Fully insured. Jim
Natle, J&N Carpentry (413)3480383 CS Lic #CS057516, HIC Lic
#163318.
DELREO HOME IMPROVEMENT
for all your exterior home
improvement needs. ROOFING,
SIDING, WINDOWS, DOORS,
DECKS & GUTTERS. Extensive
references
available,
Fully
Licensed & Insured in MA. & CT.
Call GARY DELCAMP @ 413569-3733
HOME IMPROVEMENTS. REMODELING. Kitchens, baths.
Ceramic tile, windows, painting,
wallpapering, textured ceilings,
siding, additions. Insurance work.
Fully insured. Free estimates. 413246-2783 Ron. Member of the
Home Builders Association of MA.
WATER DAMAGE
-CALL JAY (413)436-5782FOR REPAIRS
Complete
Drywall
Service.
Finishing,
Painting,
Ceilings
(Smooth or Textured). 38 years
experience. Fully insured
Instruction
THE SPORT THAT can save your
life. Swim lessons at Mercury
Swim Institute’s indoor pool. 73
Allen Street, Hampden (413)5663951.
TRUCK DRIVERS
NEEDED
A & B CDL CLASSES + BUS
Chicopee, Ma (413)592-1500
UNITED TRACTOR TRAILER
SCHOOL
Unitedcdl.com
Landscaping
**ALL
SPRING,
SUMMER,
FALL** Specializing in shrub
trimming, tree pruning, landscape
design, clean-ups, loam, stone,
mulch deliveries. Also small front
loader and backhoe service. Fully
insured. Professional work. Please
call
Bob
(413)538-7954,
(413)537-5789.
A+ ROZELL’S
LANDSCAPING & TREE
SERVICE
Full Service Property Maintenance
Bobcat & Chipper Service
Tree, Brush, Shrub,
Stump Grinding
55’ Aerial Lift
Fully Insured
Competition Doesn’t Cut It!
413-636-5957
A-1 RICK BERGERON
LAWN CARE, INC
Shrub Trimming
Mowing & Landscaping
Loader and Backhoe
Trucking
Over 30 yrs. in business
All Calls Returned
413-283-3192
ACM. HYDROSEEDING, LOAM,
bobcat, fieldstone walls, retaining
wall systems, pavers, trex decks,
mulch and plantings. Waterfalls
and ponds. ACMBUILDING.COM
(413)348-9826.
FALL CLEAN UPS Szymura
Lawn
and
Landscape.
A
professional company for all your
landscaping needs. Please call
Jacob at (413)813-9266
GUTTER CLEANING, FALL leaf
clean-up, shrub trimming, snow
removal and more. Serving local
communities. Call Carl (413)2212113 Senior Discounts.
HYDROSEEDING AND LANDSCAPE Construction. Retaining
walls, walkways, patios, erosion
control, skid steer work, fencing,
plantings, loam, trenching, etc.
Free
estimates.
Medeiros.
(413)267-4050.
LAWN REPAIR. OVERSEEDING,
spot seeding, new lawns, sod,
loam. Full Service Landscaping,
Landscape Designs, Plant/tree
installed & pruned. 413-301-2155
Pools
ABC POOL A+ Rated BBB
Member. Licensed & Insured.
Closings, leak repairs, liner
repairs,
Spa
service,
pool
removals. 7am- 7pm, 7 days a
week. Mark Kirk owner (413)5314192.
AFFORDABLE POOL CLOSINGS, cover pumping, tear downs,
filter repair, new/used filters,
motors, weekly vacs, chemicals.
Call to schedule LaRue (413)5837890 (413)289-0164, (413)3868557
ATEKS TREE- A fully insured
company offering free estimates
and 24 hr emergency service.
From pruning to house lot
clearing.
Firewood
saleshardwood & softwood. (413)6873220.
Pets
BE A RESPONSIBLE PET
OWNER - Financially needy? Call
for assistance to spay/neuter your
cat/dog.
(413)565-5383
CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR
ANIMALS.
RETIRED RACING
GREYHOUNDS AVAILABLE
FOR ADOPTION
spayed/neutered, wormed,
shots, heartworm tested,
teeth cleaned
Make a Fast Friend!
Greyhound Options Inc.
Call Mary at 413-566-3129
or Claire at 413-967-9088
or go to
www.greyhoundoptions.org.
Horses
HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS
offered year round at our state of
the art facility. Beginner to
advanced. Ages 4 years to adult.
Boarding, sales and leasing also
available. Convenient location at
Orion Farm in South Hadley.
(413)532-9753
www.orionfarm.net
LEARN TO RIDE, Jump, Show!
Tiny Trotters Program. Great Fall/
Winter
Programs.
Licensed
instructors.
Excellent
school
horsesponies.
Boarding,
Training, Leases. Gift Certificates
available
(860)668-1656,
(860)668-9990
www.endofhunt.com
Masonry
Help Wanted
ALL BASEMENT, FOUNDATION
AND MASONRY REPAIRS
Jack Level Support columns Sills
Beams Wet basement etc. Brick
Block Stone Stucco. CSL #037505
(413)732-6673, (413)586-5834.
3 PEOPLE NEEDED to assist
manager in our busy Palmer
location. Must be over 18 and
have great customer service skills.
Reliable transportation a must.
Call (413)283-6249 ask for
Rebecca.
Painting
BRUSH WORKS PAINTING.
Interior, Exterior Painting &
Staining. Powerwashing. Quality
work. Reasonable rates. Low
pricing on Ranch style houses.
Rudy (413)262-4007
INTERIOR/ EXTERIOR PAINTING, handyman, house and deck
powerwashing, deck staining,
gutters
cleaned.
Prompt
professional service.
Call 413-323-6425,
[email protected]
Plumbing
GREG LAFOUNTAIN PLUMBING
& Heating. Lic #19196 Repairs &
Replacement of fixtures, water
heater installations, steam/HW
boiler replacement. Kitchen & Bath
remodeling. 30 years experience.
Fully insured. $10. Gift Card With
Work Performed. Call Greg
(413)592-1505.
LINC’S PLUMBING LIC #J27222
Prevent Emergencies Now
Call LINC’S
For Your Connection
(413)668-5299
Roofing
DRIVERS: CDL-A. AVERAGE
$52,000 per yr. plus. Excellent
Home Time + Weekends. Monthly
Bonuses up to $650. 5,000w
APU's for YOUR Comfort + ELogs. Excellent Benefits. 100% no
touch. 877-704-3773
Excellent INTERMODAL
Opportunity for drivers
living in the Springfield area.
Weekly HOME TIME, Home on
Weekends! Top Pay Certified
Carrier, Steady Paycheck.
Premium Benefits. Req’d:
6 mos. OTR exp., 22yrs Old,
CDL-A. 855-570-4799
www.drive4marten.com
DRIVERS: DEDICATED HOME
fWeekly Account! 100% driver
unloading using rollers. Average of
$63,000.00
yearly.
Full
Comprehensive Benefits Pkg!
Werner Enterprises: 1-855-6154429
FOSTER CARE: YOU can help
change someone’s life. Provide a
safe home for children and teens
who have been abused or
neglected.
Call
Devereux
Therapeutic Foster Care at 413734-2493.
FULL OR PART time Horse
Groomsweekdays
and/or
weekends for leading show barn.
Part time riding instructor. Suffield,
CT (860)668-1656, (860)8748077.
HAIRSTYLIST WANTED FOR
booth rental in trendy East
Longmeadow salon. Please call
413-531-4125.
PACKAGE STORE CLERK- P/T
Register experience. Hours vary.
Some weekend work required.
21+ only. Please call Carol, leave
message (413)736-5664.
SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS
Town of Monson – School
Transportation Department
Regular Route Available with
opportunities for field trips,
athletics and afterschool routes.
Charter incentives, Safety &
Attendance Bonuses
Must have CDL Class B,
Passenger and School Bus
Endorsements & Current
School Bus Driver Certificate.
Air Brake Endorsement a plus.
Please call Michelle Loglisci,
Director of Transportation
413-267-4150 ext. 1200 or
email
[email protected]
for more
information or to apply.
Help Wanted
THE TOWN OF Ludlow is seeking
applicants for the position of
Custodian for the Public Safety
Complex. Responsibilities include,
but are not limited to, the cleaning
and maintenance of all areas of
the interior and exterior of the
building, landscaping including
mowing, trimming, planting, and
snow and ice removal. Candidates
must have prior experience in
custodial and light maintenance
work. Hours of the position are
Tuesday through Friday, 3:30 pm
to 10:00 pm and every Saturday,
8:00 am to 1:00 pm. The hourly
wage range is $12.68 to $15.37.
Applications and a complete job
description are available online at
www.ludlow.ma.us or in the Board
of Selectmen’s Office, 488 Chapin
Street, 3rd floor, Ludlow, MA
01056. Interested candidates may
submit
their
completed
employment application via email
to [email protected] or
mail to Town Administrator, Town
of Ludlow, 488 Chapin Street,
Ludlow, MA 01056 by October 22,
2014. The Town of Ludlow is an
equal
opportunity/affirmative
action employer.
Real Estate
REAL ESTATE
ASSOCIATES
JILL A. GRAVEL, BROKER
See thousands of homes
for sale
24 hours a day
7 days a week at
www.gravelrealestate.com
Thinking of selling?
Call us today for a
no cost, no obligation
market value on
your home!
BIG OR SMALL
WE HAVE THEM ALL!!
CHECK OUT THESE GREAT
SINGLE FAMILY HOMES
WE HAVE FOR SALE!
Situation Wanted
RETIREE- RELIABLE, EXPERIENCED in data entry, accounts
payable, accounts receivable.
Notary Public. Available Tuesday
and Friday. Please call Cindy
(413)537-6123.
20 Westbrook Ave, Ware
$189,900
Real Estate
FANTASTIC VALUE!! BONDSVILLE DUPLEX $144,900, 2,400
sq ft., beautiful kitchens, some
new hardwood floors. Vinyl sided.
Backyard. New Kastle Realty
(860)558-1077.
SOUTH HADLEY: BY OWNER.
BEAUTIFUL split level on 1.5
acres. Open floor plan, huge oak
cabinet kitchen, DA, LR w/FP,
vaulted ceilings, 3 BR, MBR
w/private bath, Jacuzzi, double
vanity. Finished lower level
w/extra BR, 1/2 bath. 2 car
garage. Fenced yard, w/inground
pool. Private setting. $345,500
(413)883-4004.
HISTORIC HOME PALMER Live
“mortgage free” in this vintage
home by renting out the upstairs!
Central Palmer location with easy
access to stores, Post Office,
churches, etc. Many upgrades.
Has nice, wraparound porch. Will
sell
“as-is”.
Reduced!
No
$130,000. Call (413)283-4913.
103 Shoreline Drive, Ware
$199,900
3135 Foster Street, Palmer
$120,000
27 Monson Turnpike, Ware
$214,900
120 Glendale Circle, Ware
$139,900
20 Highland Street, Ware
$165,000
3299218
ADHD Study
on Children’s
Social Reasoning
12 year-old
year-old children
childrenwith
withADHD
ADHD are
8 to 12
are
being
study at
at
being recruited for a research study
Amherst College!
College. Children
Children and
and their parent
complete
includes
complete a two hour assessment that includes
an interview and measures regarding
regarding
social experiences
experiences and cognitive
social
cognitive abilities.
abilities.
ALL TYPES OF ROOFING,
shingle, flat and slate. Call Local
Builders (413)626-5296. Complete
roofing systems and repairs.
Fully licensed and insured. MA CS
#102453.
Lifetime
warranty.
Senior Discount. 24 hour service.
SKY-TECH ROOFING, INC. 25
years experience. Commercial,
residential. Insured. Shingles,
single-ply systems. Tar/ gravel,
slate repairs. 24 hour Emergency
Repairs.
(413)536-3279,
(413)348-9568, (413)204-4841.
Help Wanted
Call us toll free at 1-800-824-6548
ADMINISTRATOR.
BUDGETS,
SCHEDULES, Deadlines. 5 yrs
Exp+Bach.
Dentistry.
ONLY
RESUME.
Guzman
Dental
Partners of Boston 800 Boylston
St. 2nd Floor. Boston, MA 02199
$75
is provided
provided
$75 compensation
compensation is
Contact
Lab!
Contactthe
the Peer
PeerRelationships
Relationships Lab
413-542-5619
413-542-5619
[email protected]
Your Ad
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$127,900
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$69,900
MANY MORE AVAILABLE
SO CONTACT US TODAY!
Evenings call:
NICOLE FLAMAND
JAVIER STUART
LORI FISHER
CLAUDIO SANTORO
MERRIE BROWN
KAYE BOOTHMAN
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Familieswill
willbebe
accepted
all Fall!
Families
accepted
all summer!
3299218
CARMODY'S
LANDSCAPINGFALL Clean-Up, Curbside Leaf
Pick-up, Mowing. Now accepting
New Customers for Snow Plowing
in South Hadley/Chicopee. Call
For FREE Estimate 413-650-0495
***AAA DEVENO LANDSCAPING***
Shrub trimming, weekly
maintenance, bobcat service, new
lawns, new landscaping, brick
walks and patios. Free estimates.
Residential/
Commercial
(413)746-9065.
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SPRINGFIELD LOVELY FURNISHED 2 bedroom home with 1.5
baths. Large breakfast bar, air,
gas heat, nice yard, shed
$52,000.413-593-9961
DASAP.MHVILLAGE.COM
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3 ROOM APARTMENT with offstreet parking. (413)733-9051
www.Century21ToomeyLovett.com
413-967-6326
800-486-2121
West Brookfield:
508-867-7064
OUR INVENTORY
HAS DWINDLED
LIST NOW PROPER PRICING
EQUALS FAST SALES
Call us for an accurate FREE
market analysis.
413-967-6326/800-486-2121
NEW - PALMER: Three bedroom
two bath Cape handy to Pike and
major routes, farmers porch, large
living room with fireplace, nice
place to come home to. $209,900
NEW - WARE: Currently owner
occupied two unit home, one three
bedroom unit, back yard, off street
parking, decks front and back.
Potential
income
producer.
$89,000
ALL REAL ESTATE advertised
herein is subject to the Federal
Fair Housing Act, which makes it
illegal
to
advertise
“any
preference,
limitation,
or
discrimination because of race,
color, religion, sex, handicap,
familial status, or national origin,
or intention to make any such
preference,
limitation,
or
discrimination.” We will not
knowingly accept any advertising
for real estate which is in violation
of the law. All persons are hereby
informed
that
all
dwellings
advertised are available on an
equal opportunity basis.
INDIAN ORCHARD 4 & 5 room
apartments. Near bus line. Stove.
No
pets.
Private
parking.
(413)543-5326
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For Rent
FOR RENT
For Rent
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109 West St.
Ware, MA 01082
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Real Estate
The
All real estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to the Federal
Fair Housing Act of 1968, which makes
it illegal to advertise any preference,
limitation or discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex, handicap,
familial status (number of children and
or pregnancy), national origin, ancestry,
age, marital status, or any intention to
make any such preference, limitation or
discrimination.
This newspaper will not knowingly accept
any advertising for real estate that is in
violation of the law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings advertising in
this newspaper are available on an equal
opportunity basis. To complain about
discrimination call The Department of
Housing and Urban Development “ HUD”
toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. For the N.E.
area, call HUD at 617-565-5308. The toll
free number for the hearing impaired is
1-800-927-9275.
MONSON 2 BR 1st fl $800 plus
utilities. Background check &
references, 1st, last required. Pets
negotiable. (413)330-9288.
PALMER 2 BR. $925/ MO. 1 mi
to Pike. Beautifully renovated. Offstreet
parking.
Utilities
not
included.
Available
now.
(413)427-2706.
Call us toll free at 1-800-824-6548
For Rent
Commercial Rentals
PALMER AREA/ THORNDIKE
remodeled 3 Rm and 5 Rm apts
$600 - $875 Convenient location,
off-street parking. NO PETS.
Deposits. Messages (413)8962513.
GRANBY, RTE. 202, 340 sq ft
office. Carpeted, Sunny location.
large parking lot. (413)427-4638.
PALMER
ONE
BEDROOM.
Available October 1st, HW, off
street parking. Trash removal.
$675. Call (413) 568-2803 Leave
message.
SOUTH HADLEY 3 BR, 1.5 bath,
available currently. Near park,
$1,300/mo + utils. (857)334-2845.
WARE APT FOR RENT FRESHLY PAINTED, SUBSIDIZED 2
Bdrm, off-street parking, coin-op
laundry. No pets. (413)323-8707.
WARE- SPACIOUS, SUNNY 3
BR Townhouse apt $750 plus
utilities, New kitchen, w/d hookup, storage. No smoking, no pets.
(413)320-5784.
WARREN DE-LEADED 3 BR with
Heat,
HW,
electricity
and
appliances
included.
Large
laundry room. Section 8 Welcome.
(413)610-0338.
Roommates
LOOKING FOR
roommate to
share 3 BR apt. in Palmer.
$350/mo. off-street parking, quiet,
convenient to MA Pike. Deposit
and
references
required.
(413)289-9179.
Vacation Rentals
WARM WEATHER IS year round
in Aruba. The water is safe, and
the dining is fantastic. Walk out to
the beach. 3-bedroom weeks
available. Sleeps 8. $3500. Email:
[email protected] for more
information.
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Auto Services
USED
TIRESCARS
&
TRUCKS, 13” to 20” mounted &
balanced. Used Autos & Trucks
$1,000 to $4,000. RPS Auto,
1181 Park Street, Palmer
(413)289-1537
Autos Wanted
$$$ AUTOS WANTED TOP Dollar
paid for your unwanted cars,
trucks, vans, big and small,
running or not. Call 413-534-5400.
*CASH TODAY* WE’LL buy any
car (any condition) + free sameday removal. Best cash offer
guaranteed! Call for free quote
(877)897-4864
CASH FOR CARS: Any
model or year. We pay
Running or not. Sell your
truck today. Free towing!
offer: 1-800-871-0654.
make,
more!
car or
Instant
WARE: Beautiful four bedroom
Colonial near Park, three season
room, two full baths. Oversized
attached garage. Come sit on the
porch and enjoy. $184,900
WARE: Secluded privacy comes
with this three bedroom, 2.5 bath
Colonial, fireplaced living room,
two car garage with finished room
above. Ready to move in.
$280,000
WARREN: First floor master
bedroom with private sunroom,
large kitchen with separate
laundry area, lots of windows for
natural light, two full baths, huge
patio area and one car garage.
$159,900
Dorrinda
O’Keefe-Shea
Glenn Moulton
Ruth Vadnais
Jill Stolgitis
Shalene
Friedhaber
Mary Hicks
Alan Varnum
Christy Toppin
Cheryl
Kaczmarski
Bruce Martin
Joe Chenevert
Kathy Hosley
Carolyn Bessette
978-434-1990
413-967-5463
413-348-8916
413-477-8780
413-593-6656
508-612-4794
508-867-2727
508-341-8934
413-348-0518
508-523-0114
508-331-9031
508-596-0209
518-618-7188
Real Estate Wanted
A BEST CASH offer for any type
of
property,
circumstance,
condition or location. Ugly houses
are OK. Fast closing. (413)2443842
Land For Sale
NORTHERN NEW YORK land
sale. 9 acres $11,500 – 138 acres
$65,500. Hunting, Building and
Camp lots. We have it all. Call
(315)854-3144 or
www.currandevelopment.com
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Services
Child Services
LAW. Anyone
*NEW STATE of children must
advertising caring
so if
number to do
list a license
own
service in their
they offer this
home.
WANTED. Family
BABY SITTER
a baby
is looking for
in Hampden
needs
our special
or
sitter for
high school
daughter. Local
preferred. Please
college student
call 413-531-4125.
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HOME THEATER,
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Satisfaction
the right way.
in perfect condition. estimates.
413-374-8300.
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LOCAL HANDYMAN
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do it all
Big or Small we
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Roofing, Windows,
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Masonry
come
to
from
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frightening. I’ll
frustrating or
troubleshooting,
& Basement Waterproofing
to you. Upgrades,
413 668-4524
Other electronics
set-up, tutoring.
by fast
(413)237-1035.
JOBS DONE
too. Call Monique
PLUMBING
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and accurate
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WELDING, REPAIR
All
PORTABLE
truck frames.
6400 or (413)283-4356.
rusted car and
ACO
no job too small.
REFINISHING WIZARDS- WHY
types of welding, (413)596-4491,
MASONRY, HEATING & AIR
A+ ROZELL’S
replace? Refinishing all bathtubs
MOWING, LEAF CLEAN-UPS
INTERIOR/ EXTERIOR PAINTADDITIONS,
CONDITIONING
LANDSCAPING & TREE
to like new condition. Offering any
bush/hedge BILL
CAMERLIN.
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at
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shots, heartworm tested,
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at (413)478-4212.
&
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&
or Claire at 413-967-9088
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options
siding, additions. Insurance work.
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246-2783 Ron. Member of the
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Home Builders Association of MA.
loader and backhoe service. Fully
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washing. Free estimates. Owner
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at
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The
Register • October 8, 2014
Business
Crespo announces partnership with
Edward Jones Investments
By Christi Mills
Register Correspondent
LUDLOW – Life-long Ludlow resident Steven Crespo has announced his
recent partnership with Edward Jones
Investments, the largest investment firm
in the country with over 13,000 locations.
To celebrate the partnership, Crespo,
a Ludlow High School graduate, welcomed town officials and residents to an
“Open House” held at his new Ludlow
office, located at 658 Center St., last
Thursday, Oct. 2.
Crespo has a diverse financial background that includes graduating cum
laude from Westfield State University
with a bachelor’s degree in business
management with a concentration in
finance.
Crespo’s certifications include a
Series 7 license (investment advisor/broker), Series 66 license (investment advisor) and a Life and Health license. He is
a member of the ERC Chamber of
Commerce and an Our Lady of Fatima
parishioner. He volunteers for several
charitable organizations including the
Ludlow Rotary Club and the Our Lady
of Fatima Festa Committee.
Crespo said his partnership with
Edward Jones boasts a full brokerage
firm that works with individual investors
to assist them in achieving their financial
goals in a wide range of areas, including
Turley Publications staff photo by CHRISTI MILLS
(L-R) State Rep. Thomas Petrolati (D-Ludlow) presents Ludlow resident Steven
Crespo a House Citation during an “Open House,” held at Crespo’s new
Ludlow office located at 658 Center St. Joining them last Thursday, Oct. 2, is
Ludlow Selectman and Attorney Carmina Fernandes. Crespo held the Open
House in celebration of his recent partnership with Edward Jones Investments.
retirement (personal and business), tax
savings, creating an income stream, creating a legacy, protection of assets and
creating a detailed financial plan. He
will be assisted by Edward Jones team
advisors and Judy Saraiva, his Branch
Office administrator.
Crespo also offers advice for 401(K),
457, 403(B), 529 (College Savings
Plan), mutual funds, IRA, stocks/bonds,
CD's, Life/Disability/Long Term insurance and non-profit needs.
“We will strive to become an integral
part of the Ludlow community and will
work with our clients to support them
with their financial needs,” said Crespo.
“We encourage residents from Ludlow
and surrounding communities to stop by
the office any time to allow us to address
their financial concerns.
“I love helping people reach their
financial goals because I find extreme
satisfaction in helping people reach their
financial dreams,” Crespo continued. “I
love to help my clients map out a strategic plan, to customize plans, which will
tailor to their financial needs. I believe
building a relationship, face to face, is
key to a successful relationship. We, at
Edward Jones Investments, strive on
building strong relationships with our
clients.”
Crespo encourages everyone to
schedule a free complimentary financial
review, by appointment only with him.
Office hours are Monday through
Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and by
appointment only on Saturdays. The
office telephone number is 413-5476048.
“On your first complimentary
appointment, I am confident that I will
add value to your financial plan,” said
Crespo. “Please consider giving us a
call to schedule an appointment. I look
forward to meeting you and assisting
you with your financial goals.”