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Milford ASPiRE! kicked off its Community Giving Back Projects by donating 37 looming hats to the Milford Hospital Dana Farber Cancer Ward. This cause was chosen because it hits close to home at ASPiRE!
The Open Door Gallery at Worcester Art Museum is host to the 6th installment of unique works of art created by participants supported through Seven Hills. The show, titled: Landscape of Identity, Intersection of Art and Nature opened today, March 14th, to an enthusiastic audience, who came to see this collection of art that explores landscapes of all shapes and forms in our environment.
Celebrate the Abilities in Us All! On Sunday, September 23, 2018, a diverse community of Seven Hills friends, families and supporters will come together to challenge and encourage each other to SEE, BELIEVE and ACHIEVE!
Seven Hills is joining the movement to Spread the Word to End the Word™ and build awareness for society to stop and think about the use of the R-word. The word “retard” or “retarded,” is hurtful and painful and whether intended or not, is a form of bullying.
On February 9, Kelly O’Brien was one of 11 individuals to receive advanced computer numerical control (CNC) training certification, qualifying her and her classmates as accredited CNC operators. The training is a workforce-readiness program of the Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MassMEP). Committed to success in manufacturing, MassMEP transforms companies through solutions focused on innovative growth, operational excellence, and workforce development.