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Coes Park playground opens as nearby Stearns Tavern gets another grant. When the Stearns Tavern in Coes Park opens in the spring, it will not only offer a peek into the city’s history, it will be a place enjoyed by people from all walks of life. “This park and Stearns Tavern are meant to be fully inclusive,” said David A. Jordan, president of Seven Hills Foundation, which will manage the tavern and adjacent playground. On Tuesday, at the grand opening of the playground - in the shadow of continuing renovations to Stearns Tavern - Dr. Jordan made special note of the city’s immigrant community, saying it is vital to Worcester.
Students from Stetson School give back to the community in many ways – and one of their favorite activities is volunteering with the Boston Bruins Foundation and the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation. Since 2011, the Stetson School community has been volunteering as 50/50 raffle sellers – helping both Foundations raise thousands of dollars for non-profit organizations.
Recently, Stetson School, an affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation, recognized the extraordinary efforts of the Boys & Girls Club of Worcester for its work with the children of Worcester. In addition to awarding the Club its Victim Fund Award for 2017, Stetson purchased backpacks and school supplies to be given to children in Worcester who are currently homeless.
Walk! Run! Come Have Fun! Celebrate the ABILITIES in us all! On Sunday, October 1, 2017, 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 AbilityFest 2017 will be the third annual event for our community to celebrate the abilities of children and adults with life challenges.
Seven Hills President Dr. David A. Jordan led a dedication ceremony to honor the late Jack Healy, longtime member of the Seven Hills Board of Directors. One of the homes supported by Seven Hills NeuroCare which provides a residential community based home for adults with brain injury in Paxton, MA will now be known as Healy House.