Thursday, February 6, 2014 –Secretary of Administration and Finance Glen Shor today announced the 37 projects slated to receive funding from the $4 million Community Innovation Challenge (CIC) grant program. Now in its third year, the Patrick Administration originally authorized the establishment of the CIC program in the Fiscal Year 2012 budget. The program incentivizes and supports regionalization and other cost saving initiatives that will change the way local governments do business to maintain service delivery and stretch every tax payer dollar as far as possible.
“The CIC program is a major component of the Patrick Administration’s commitment to provide cities and towns with the tools to effectively manage resources and provide services to their residents,” said Secretary Shor. “This program provides an opportunity for neighboring communities to build partnerships, share services and use their resources wisely.”
“Investing in the relationships between local governments, school districts, and regional organizations
“Caregiver 101” provides information on community resources, support and respite services for elders and their family caregivers. Participants will receive materials to create a caregiver notebook and will learn successful strategies for managing elder care planning and family decision making. This training is not Presented by the HESSCO Elder Services’
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HESSCO’s offices are located on One Merchant Street in Sharon about 2 miles
The session will be held at HESSCO Elder Services, north of Gillette Stadium on the corner of US Route 1 North.
To register call Kristin Heuwold, Family Caregiver Specialist, at 781-784-4944 Ext. 238 or email email@example.com
This program is funded by a Title IIIE grant of the Older Americans Act through HESSCO Elder Services. The educational offering is free although donations are greatly appreciated. The HESSCO Elder Services’ Family Caregiver Support Program is an initiative of the National Family Caregiver Support Program with support from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs.
The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon is hosting entertaining family activities during February’s winter school break (Feb. 14-23). From table football and trivia to a trip back in Super Bowl time, The Hall is the place to be when school is out.
Friday, Feb. 14 to Sunday, Feb. 16: Not only is Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) Patriots Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Bledsoe’s birthday, it is a chance for you and a friend or loved one to enjoy The Hall and receive a special Valentine’s Day weekend admission price of two adults for $14.
Tuesday, Feb. 18: Are you ready for some football trivia? The Hall, equipped with a full game show set, will host a football trivia challenge from noon to 3 p.m. Those interested in participating can pre-register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the word “TRIVIA” in the subject line. Please provide your name, age, email, hometown and phone number at which you may be contacted. The Hall will randomly select three contestants at a time and compile a tournament bracket. Upon conclusion of the tournament, The Hall’s three trivia challenge finalists will receive the following autographed prizes:
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