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MASC VICE PRESIDENT Brandon Gilmour, who is a junior at


Minnechaug Regional High School, was recently elected to serve as the 2012-2013 vice president of the Massachusetts Association of Student Councils (MASC). MASC is one of the nation’s most


highly regarded programs for student leadership development and training. This association represents all member student councils throughout


Massachusetts. For this election, Gilmour campaigned against seven other candidates.


Gilmour will be in charge of creating and publishing the monthly MASC newsletter,working with the MASC president on accomplishing goals and tasks, and attending monthly state meetings.


Presently, Gilmour serves as the secretary for the Minnechaug Class of 2013.


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Hampden Library hosts event of corporate intrigue, heartbreak


HAMPDEN – Hampden Public Library, 625 Main St., will present a “Meet the Author” series with Gerry Fitzgerald on April 28. Fitzgerald, author of “The Pie


Man,” will share his tale of romance, corporate intrigue, heroism and heartbreak. This novel takes place in the


coalfields of West Virginia as Natty Oakes struggles to save her marriage, support her family and raise a child with Down syndrome. When she suddenly is thrust into a battle to save her grandparents’ farm from the destruction of a coal mining company. Battling alone against a large utility company, a powerful law firm and even friends


HCC DEAN’S LIST HOLYOKE, Mass. – The following Hampden residents were named to the fall 2011 dean’s list at Holyoke Community College: Scott Avdoulos, Anne Collins and Ryan Howell.


ITHACA COLLEGE DEAN’S LIST ITHACA, N.Y. – The following Wilbraham residents were named to the dean’s list at Ithaca Ithaca College for the fall 2011 semester: Kathryn Weiss, a sophomore sport management major and Leah Bianco, a junior speech language pathology and audio major.


and family, Natty finds help from an unlikely ally in a successful engineer from New York. Come and meet Fitzgerald and hear about his journey in getting the story of The Pie Man published. Fitzgerald is the president of a


local advertising agency as well as an adjunct faculty member of the College of Business at Western New England University.


He resides in East


Longmeadow with his family. Join authors Nancy Sporborg


and Pat Piper as they share their story called “It’s Not About the Hike” on May 12. Everyone has their mountain to climb. A


SALVE REGINA UNIV. DEAN’S LIST NEWPORT, R.I. – Alyssa Gomez of Hampden, Mass., has been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2011 semester at Salve Regina University. Gomez is a freshman majoring in nursing. To qualify for the dean’s list, full-time undergraduate students must earn a minimum grade point average of 3.6 with no grade below a “B” in that semester.


SACRED HEART DEAN’S LIST FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Jennifer Lacasse of Wilbraham was named to the fall 2011 dean’s list at Sacred Heart University. To receive this honor, a student must


mountain may be a 4,000 footer in the White Mountains but it could also be going to college, getting a job, bringing up children, caring for aging parents or dealing with an illness. “It’s Not About the Hike” is a presentation that will lift the spirits of those in attendance and inspire them to climb that next mountain in their lives. It is not a presentation about what these two authors accomplished but an opportunity to those in attendance to look inside themselves and see what they can do. All programs will start at 11 a.m. at the Hampden Public Library.


achieve a 3.6 grade average, based on a 4.0 scale.


WNE PRESIDENT’S LIST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – The following Hampden residents have been named to the president’s list at Western New England for the fall semester of 2011: Theodore J. Fatse, a junior majoring in accounting; Alexandra H. Pessolano, a sophomore majoring in elementary education; and Jacob D. Booth, a freshman majoring in pre-pharmacy. Students are named to the president’s list for achieving a semester grade point average of 3.80 or higher.


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What’s Current (Channel 12) •School Board Meetings: LIVE Apr. 9th at 7pm & re-aired April 10th at 7pm. All Meetings are streaming on www.longmeadowtv.org Also LIKE us on Facebook


•“Living History” will have Selena Black and Tom Herrala as guests this week. Tuesdays at 6:30pm & Wednesdays at 9:30am.


•“The Upside” will have Longmeadow News, Mondays at 10am & Tuesdays at 5pm


•LHS Girls Basketball all week long: Wednesday & Thursday at 7pm, Saturday at 2pm and


•Girls Basketball Marathon starting at Noon on Sunday. •Brand New “Public Domain Theatre” Wednesday at 9pm with “The Brain that Wouldn’t Die”. LCTV will be LIVE on the Green for Long Meddowe Days, May 19th & 20th


What’s Playing (Channel 9) •Classic Movies every night 5pm to midnight •April 10th at 6pm: Richard Attenborough in “David Copperfield” •April 11th at 5pm: Roy Rogers in “The Man from Cheyenne” •April 12th at 6pm: John Hurt in “Cry of the Penguins” •April 13th at 8pm: Gerald Mohr in “The Ring”


What’s on CAS (Channel 15) •Classic Arts 24 hrs. a day


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