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Two of our child care programs have been approved by the Department of Early Education and Care to open as Emergency Child Care Programs. Slots are available to any essential personnel looking for emergency child care and hours of operation for both centers have been changed to accommodate early shifts. This will remain in effect until April 6, and may be extended as needed. If you or someone you know meet the essential personnel qualifications and have exhausted all options for childcare, please contact one of our two centers
To best ensure the heatlh and safety for our whole community, we have made the decision to postpone Sam Tomasiello's opening reception for "Vibrantly Still", at the Worcester Art Museum. We will share more information as it comes, and ways to support Sam's beatiful work
Seven Hills ASPiRE! Workforce Readiness & Employment participants are engaged in a new job training program to explore sustainable farming as a potential career track. A new large scale community garden is being installed at Coe's Park in Worcester where ASPiRE! Participants will work side-by-side with other community members to learn about garden planning, planting and harvesting of healthy produce.
The Worcester Arts Council has awarded Seven Hills ASPiRE! with a $5,000 grant towards our Creative Movements dance program with the Hanover Theatre Conservatory for the Performing Arts. Participants in our ASPiRE! program will be taught by a skilled Hanover dance instructor twice a week for three months and will get the chance to experience what it’s like to go to a real dance space.
Over the weekend our beloved Cooper passed away. He served Stetson School for over 8 years, and was a source of healing for many of our students. He left an indelible mark on all who were around him, and his intelligence was second to none. His ability to read any situation and respond accordingly was truly remarkable. Cooper will forever be in our hearts and we are eternally grateful for his service.