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SHA resident wins state scholarship to pursue educational dreams
Darryl Green, a resident at Springfield Housing Authority’s Patrick Harrigan Apartments, has won a $4,500 scholarship from the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials. Green, a senior at Springfield Technical Community College, plans to use the funding to pay for the next year of his studies. He will travel to ...
Putnam Academy senior wins SHA
Alexandra Curet graduates next month with a solid A average at Roger L. Putnam Vocational-Technical Academy, and bright plans for a future as a kindergarten teacher. She also takes with her a $1,000 Farris Mitchell Scholarship from the Springfield Housing Authority – funds she will use for books and other expenses as she begins her ...
Painting and landscaping at the SHA
Hampden County House of Corrections inmates are spiffing up Springfield Housing Authority properties in a collaboration that saves public dollars and helps train participants for skilled work upon release. The program involves three separate crews of 20 men from the jail in Ludlow. The three crews do painting, landscaping and light maintenance in and around ...
Easter at Sullivan Apartments
Children at Springfield Housing Authority’s Sullivan Apartments busied themselves on a recent afternoon making baskets out of Popsicle sticks and tie-dying boiled eggs, in a project that combined hands-on work, creativity and a whole lot of fun. The 25 children in the after-school program at the SHA family development got the special treat courtesy of ...
Talk/Read/Succeed! thanks Senator Jim Welch
With a luncheon, a few remarks and a plaque, the Talk/Read/Succeed! family recently gave thanks to state Sen. James Welch for his long-standing support of the early literacy program that unites housing, school and the community. The event at Springfield Housing Authority’s main offices at 60 Congress St. featured a full house of educators, service ...
Exercise tips for a rainy day
Seniors living at Springfield Housing Authority’s Forest Park Manor Apartments know the value of daily exercise – they can often be seen out walking when weather permits. And now, thanks to ongoing visits by nursing students at American International College, residents have a battery of indoor exercises to do when it’s raining, snowing, or simply ...
Local solon donates computer to Riverview Apartments residents
State Representative Carlos Gonzalez knows a bit about technology. And the Springfield-based lawmaker brought his knowledge to bear recently, giving an old and cluttered desktop a revamp at the Riverview Apartments Tenants Council, which has an office on Division Street. While he was at it, he donated one of his own to the group, giving ...
Domestic violence training sharpens skills at SHA
Milta Vargas stayed in her abusive relationship for five long years, so she knows full well the cycle of domestic violence: From ‘tension-building’ to ‘crisis’ and finally to ‘honeymoon’, and then back again. And again. And again. She also knows why women and men stay in abusive relationships, which makes her an expert in her ...
The Esta Manthos Indian Motocycle Collection
Wood Museum of Springfield History » Second Floor
Founded by George M. Hendee and Carl Oscar Hedstrom, Indian Manufacturing Company produced motorcycles in Springfield from 1901 to 1953. The museum’s collection features more than two dozen motorcycles donated by Esta Manthos, co-founder and president of the former Indian Motocycle Museum which was located on Hendee Street in Springfield from 1974 to 2006
Among the rarest Indians…
Superheroes join forces to solve literacy puzzles
With a perfect blend of superheroes and literacy, a recent dinner party at Dorman Elementary School was a solid hit. The early evening celebration, dubbed ‘Superhero Literacy Night,’ drew a crowd to the cafeteria and surrounding hallways and classrooms to the school in the Pine Point section of the city. Among those in attendance were ...
Putnam seniors score SHA Farris Mitchell Scholarships
Two stellar graduating seniors at the Roger L. Putnam Vocational Technical Academy have each won a $1,000 Farris Mitchell Scholarship to help them launch the next phase in their lives — college. Jaleace Lindsay and Azariah Mabry, both 18, have been selected for their hard work and top grades for the scholarship, which began in ...
s family-based literacy program expands to Indian Orchard
The family-based literacy program that unites housing, schools and key services in the city is expanding to a third Springfield Housing Authority development and its neighborhood school. Talk/Read/Succeed!, in its eighth year, has officially launched a partnership between Duggan Park Apartments and the Indian Orchard Elementary School. Other participating groups and organizations include the Indian ...
Smoke and Mirrors Day
Deceit! Deception! Celebrate these and all other types of trickery with Smoke And Mirrors Day, the festival dedicated to the art of fraudulent cunning. The...
Life lessons from one who
At age 60, Charles Craig Jr. has seen it all. Well, at least a lot. And luckily for the teens at Springfield Housing Authority’s Robinson Gardens Youth Group, Craig is ready and willing to share his secrets to success, and his tips on living a good life. The founder and director of YOUMAG/Young Men’s Action ...
s Gingerbread Cottages Are So Cool!
"Lillie, do NOT leave Martha's Vineyard without tracking down the Gingerbread Houses!" typed one of my readers on my Facebook wall. "Gingerbread Houses?"
Putnam seniors score Farris Mitchell Scholarships
Three young women soon to graduate from the Roger L. Putnam Vocational Technical Academy have each won a $1,000 Farris Mitchell Scholarship to help them get started in college. Briana Lee, Khialeny Peña and Fergie Perez have different career goals, but will all go to college in September with a gift to help pay for ...
Robinson Gardens youth discover professional opportunities at Baystate Health
Jaleace Lindsay and Azariah Mabry didn’t join the Robinson Gardens Youth Group to learn about job opportunities in the field of medicine, but that is exactly what happened. Along with many other good things, of course. The two 17-year-olds, both ending their junior year as nursing majors at Roger L. Putnam Vocational Technical Academy, participated ...
Summer Programs Guide
This Summer Programs Guide provides a listing of 2016 camp programs available throughout the city to your children ... and to you!
School on the Go links school and home
A few times each month, Boland Elementary School Principal Lisa Bakowski makes the trek down the hill to Springfield Housing Authority’s Sullivan Apartments, where she joins Outreach Coordinator Lynne Cimino for an afternoon of visiting parents and children. Together, the two go knocking on doors, meeting informally with boys and girls who attend the nearby ...
For SHA volunteers, hard work and big rewards
They filed in bright and early on Saturday April 23, and spent the day raking, sweeping, hauling, swabbing down and painting, among other heavy lifting in the Old Hill neighborhood of Springfield. The 10 Springfield Housing Authority employees along with three friends were among some 1,500 people who volunteered a day off to pitch in ...
RG Youth Group gets courtside seats at hoops game
It doesn’t get much better than VIP seats on the floor at a championship basketball game. And that is exactly what happened to seven members of SHA’s Youth Group at Robinson Gardens Apartments, courtesy of tickets donated by Comcast. The young men and women were lucky enough to get the oversized, laminated tickets for the ...