June 28, 2011

In This Issue
Governor Patrick Visits Students in MWCC's Pathways Innovation School and GEAR UP Program
MWCC Honored with National Climate Leadership Award
MWCC's ESL Service Learning Group Honors Judge Perez During Year-End Celebration
Computer Graphic Design Club Raises $1,900 for Student Scholarships
Gateway to College Graduation Celebrates Student Success
Students in MWCC's College Access Programs Recognized
MWCC Spring Sprint Triathlon Results & Summer Registration Announced
18th Annual Relay for Life Raises Funds, Hope for a Cure
Summer Business Luncheon Series Continues at MWCC
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Governor Patrick at MWCCAs part of the Patrick-Murray Administration's strategy to close achievement gaps by promoting innovation and excellence in education, Governor Deval Patrick visited students, faculty and staff at Mount Wachusett Community College's Pathways Early College Innovation School on Thursday, June 9.

Administered through MWCC's Division of Access & Transition in partnership with the Ralph C. Mahar Regional School District, the Pathways school was one of the first two innovation schools established in Massachusetts last year under new state legislation.

During his visit, Governor Patrick met with students and staff to learn about their first year and about how the flexibility and autonomy of operating an innovation school helped ensure success for the students. The governor also met with 150 sixth graders from Longsjo Middle School, who also were on campus for the Kids to College GEAR UP program, also administered through the Division of Access & Transition.

"The Pathways Early College Innovation School is using the Innovation School model to provide a dynamic education to their first class of students," said Governor Patrick. "The students and staff here are trailblazers and I am excited for their strong start and for their future as a school."

The primary purpose of the Pathways school is to provide motivated high school juniors, some of whom have faced educational and other challenges, with an alternate pathway to higher education. The school is located on the MWCC campus and currently serves students from throughout North Central Massachusetts. The students are enrolled in MWCC courses and receive credit toward both their high school diplomas and certificate or degrees. In addition, they receive individualized academic and career support, participate in internships and other employment opportunities, and have access to all MWCC facilities and services. Twenty new students will enroll in the program this fall.

"This is a powerful model for collaboration between school districts and community colleges, and I am very proud of the accomplishments of the students, the Mahar Regional School District, and MWCC," stated Education Secretary Paul Reville.


"What is amazing about the Pathways Innovation School and MWCC's access programs is that the work is going on at a relatively small community college in a relatively rural area by a highly motivated group of professionals," said MWCC President Daniel Asquino. "This is a testament to the vision and inspiration led by Governor Patrick and Secretary Reville born out of the Readiness Project of which I was privileged to sit as a member of the team. This educational opportunity is priceless and the success of the program serves as a model to be used beyond Mount Wachusett Community College."

The innovation schools initiative, a signature component of the Patrick-Murray Administration's Education Reform Act signed in 2010, gives educators the opportunity to create in-district schools that operate with greater autonomy and flexibility while keeping school funding within districts. These schools can implement creative and inventive strategies related to curriculum, budget, school schedule and calendar, staffing, professional development, and school district policies to improve learning outcomes for all students and reduce achievement gaps.

"The Pathways Innovation School wouldn't be possible without our many talented teachers and educators and our strong partnership with Mount Wachusett Community College," said Mahar Superintendent Michael Baldassarre. "The Pathways Early College Innovation School is accomplishing its mission of helping all students access an education that prepares them for a long and successful future. We believe that the opportunities provided by the school can inspire and inform the rest of the school districts in the Commonwealth."


Pictured: Governor Deval Patrick addresses a group of 150 Fitchburg middle school students during his June 9 visit to MWCC's Access & Transition programs. (Photo by Dana Armstrong).

MWCC Honored with National Climate Leadership Award 

MWCC wind turbinesMount Wachusett Community College has been nationally recognized with a Climate Leadership Award from Second Nature, the supporting organization of the American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment.

In recognizing MWCC with the prestigious award, Second Nature highlighted the college's successful renewable energy measures, including the recent installation of two 1.65 MW Vestas V82 wind turbines expected to propel the college to near-carbon neutrality for campus operations. With the college's biomass and solar technologies incorporated into the mix, coupled with significant efficiency improvements, MWCC will be generating nearly all of its energy on-site to operate as a near-zero net energy campus. 

MWCC President Daniel M. Asquino accepted the award on behalf of the college on June 23 during the fifth annual ACUPCC summit in Washington, D.C., hosted by George Washington University.

"We are extremely proud and honored to receive this Climate Leadership Award for the groundbreaking work that has been underway at Mount Wachusett Community College for more than a decade, including the recent installation of two wind turbines," said Asquino, a charter signatory to the ACUPCC and a member of the organization's leadership circle. "My hope is that our energy initiatives will serve as a model for other institutions across the nation, as we strive to reduce our reliance on foreign fuel and protect the environment through a combination of ingenuity and commitment to future generations."

MWCC's wind project is an integral component in Gov. Deval Patrick's 2007 executive order "Leading by Example - Clean Energy and Efficient Buildings," which calls for increasing the use of renewable power and significant energy and greenhouse gas emission reduction targets at  state facilities.

"When it comes to being a leader in our quest for a clean energy future, Mount Wachusett Community College truly walks the walk," said Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Richard K. Sullivan Jr. "The college's efforts to expand renewable energy and energy efficiency - recently becoming a near zero net energy campus - demonstrate true commitment to Governor Patrick's Leading by Example program, and I am pleased to congratulate college officials on this well-earned recognition," Sullivan said.    

The Leading by Example Program executive order set aggressive clean energy targets, including calling for 15 percent of state electricity use to come from renewable sources and a 25 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2012. MWCC has far surpassed both these goals and is the first state institution to meet the 80 percent greenhouse gas emission reduction goal by 2050, according to Eric Friedman, deputy director of the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources' Green Communities Division and Director of the Leading by Example Program.

A collaboration between the college, the Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management, the Department of Energy Resources, the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, and the Executive Office of Administration and Finance, the $9 million wind project is being funded through $3.2 million in U.S. Department of Energy grants, $2.1 million from a low interest Clean Renewal Energy Bonds; and $3.7 million from Massachusetts Clean Energy Investment Bonds.  

"The Division of Capital Asset Management is proud of Mount Wachusett Community College's national recognition. This achievement is a testament to the Patrick-Murray Administration's commitment to investing in innovative technologies and providing world class public higher education facilities," said DCAM Commissioner Carole Cornelison.

"I want to commend President Asquino, Executive Vice President Emeritus Ed Terceiro and the entire Mount Wachusett community for their receipt of this national award," said Commissioner of Higher Education Richard Freeland. "It is truly remarkable to see the transformation that has occurred at Mount Wachusett as a result of its sound investment in renewable energy. At a time when all Massachusetts campuses are struggling with limited financial resources, Mount Wachusett has achieved substantial energy cost savings and also used its clean energy programs to prepare students for careers in green technology. I am delighted to see the campus receiving national recognition for these achievements," Freeland said.

The Second Nature Climate Leadership Awards, initiated in 2010, recognize the best examples of climate leadership actions among colleges and universities that are stepping up efforts to conserve resources and preserve the environment. The ACUPCC, launched in December 2006, is a national effort addressing global climate issues and the steps colleges can take to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Its mission is to accelerate the country's progress toward climate neutrality and sustainability by empowering colleges and universities to education students, create solutions and provide leadership in their communities and throughout society to achieve this goal.  


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MWCC's ESL Service Learning Group Honors Judge Perez During Year-End Celebration 

ESL Service Learning Leadership GroupWhen they came to the United States to seek greater opportunities, a group of North Central Massachusetts residents never envisioned they would ultimately earn the title of "community leader" in their new country. However, that is exactly how a group of English as a Second Language students at MWCC are now recognized, thanks to opportunities created through a $10,000 service learning leadership grant awarded to MWCC's Division of Lifelong Learning and Workforce Development this academic year by The College Board.

During a celebration on June 17 in Fitchburg, the students and MWCC faculty and staff members affiliated with the service learning leadership program honored retired Worcester Juvenile Court Judge Luis Perez, a North Central Massachusetts resident, for his support as mentor, teacher and role model during the leadership program. During the year-long program, Judge Perez led a six-week leadership training course, covering such topics as team building, ambassador strategies and networking strategies.

Now, the students serve as ambassadors in their community, encouraging hundreds of others to pursue their academic and career goals. The ESL students who participated in the service learning leadership program include Alma Martinez, Luz Cruz and Yendy Rodriguez, all originally from Puerto Rico, and Maria Quinteros, originally from Uruguay, and Arelys Caines of Clinton, originally from the Dominican Republic.

Jose Mangual, academic counselor in the MWCC's ESL program, Miriam Carrion of the Spanish American Center in Leominster and Miggie Velez, assistant director of the UMass Medical School Communities of Care in Fitchburg, served as masters of ceremony. The celebration featured dinner, music, dancing, and poignant remarks by local residents who have benefited from the support and encouragement of Judge Perez. Lionel Reinford, an artist and ESL instructor at MWCC, presented a painting to the guest of honor.

"The leadership program helped me a lot because I was really shy before. Now I feel well-prepared to help in the community and to help other students," said Cruz, who is enrolled in the Human Services program at MWCC and is also interested in pursuing a career in nursing. Cruz and other members in the leadership program were instrumental in establishing an ESL Club at the college this year.

"They want to help the community and participate in the opportunities that the college offers," Judge Perez said of the student participants.


The surprise party in honor of Judge Perez for his years of dedication to the Latino community was co-hosted by the ESL student leaders, the Cleghorn Neighborhood Center in Fitchburg, the Spanish American Center and the UMass Youth and Family Center/Communities of Care. Joana Dos Santos, executive director of the Cleghorn Neighborhood Center and an MWCC alumna, presented a citation to Judge Perez on behalf of the city of Fitchburg, and Neddy Latimer, executive director of the SAC, recognized Lisa Perez, for her ongoing support in the community, as well. The couple's daughter, Yuisa Perez, was a featured speaker.

Several members of the division of Lifelong Learning and Workforce Development attended the celebration, including Vice President Jacqueline Feldman, Assistant Vice President Jeremiah Riordon, and Teresita Encarnacion, coordinator of development training. Dr. Madhu Sharma, coordinator the college's ESL program, also took part in the celebration.


Pictured: Retired Worcester Juvenile Court Judge Luis Perez was recently recognized for his support for the Latino community during a celebration co-hosted by students in MWCC's ESL Service Learning Leadership program. From left, Alma Martinez, Workforce Development Coordinator Teresita Encarnacion, Yendy Rodriguez, ESL Academic Counselor Jose Mangual, Judge Luis Perez, Maria Quinteros and Luz Cruz.  


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Computer Graphic Design Club Raises $1,900 for Student Scholarships

CGD students at turbine dedicationTwo memorial scholarships at Mount Wachusett Community College received a boost this spring thanks to the Computer Graphic Design club, which designed and sold MWCC wind turbine t-shirts to benefit students in need of financial assistance.

The CGD club sold 258 shirts commemorating the college's new wind energy program, which resulted in a profit of $1,908.24 to benefit the David H. Butler Memorial Scholarship and the Robert H. Gilman Memorial Scholarship, both administered by MWCC Foundation, Inc. The club far exceeded its goal of selling 150 shirts.

"We are very proud of what we accomplished through our fundraising efforts and never imagined we would get such an overwhelming response from the college and greater community," said Associate Professor Leslie Cullen, chair of the Computer Graphic Design department and the club's advisor. "We had individuals from on and off campus looking to buy t-shirts throughout the month of April and well into May," she said.

"The efforts of key CGD club members should be noted: Laura LaBarge, Noah Chicoine, Jon Skinner and Doug York were hugely committed to the success of this project. Together they came up with the design and slogan for the t-shirt, helped to sell shirts at various times on campus, distributed the t-shirts and served as student volunteers for the college during the turbine dedication ceremony," Cullen said. In addition, the students worked with the college's Marketing and Communications Department to develop the project.
"As the club advisor and department chair of the Computer Graphic Design programs, I couldn't be more proud of the success of this fundraiser," Cullen said. "We are also thrilled we are able to support the Gilman and Butler scholarships with the $1,900 we raised, and that our efforts will continue support so many students across this community."

David Butler served on the campus security force at MWCC from 1974 to 1995, including serving as chief from 1989 to 1995. An alumnus of MWCC, he was committed to the college and the greater Gardner community as demonstrated by his involvement in a variety of agencies and associations.
Bob Gilman also was an instrumental and well loved figure at MWCC, where he served in a number of capacities in the student services division from 1970 to 1997, including counselor, director of financial aid and director of advisement.

"The contribution by the CGD Club to these memorial scholarships honors the memory of Mr. Butler and Mr. Gilman in a manner that they both would so appreciate," said Foundation Executive Director Darlene Morrilly. Thank you to the club for supporting their legacies."
Pictured: Computer Graphic Design students Jon Skinner and Noah Chicoine wearing the club's turbine t-shirts at the April 27 dedication ceremony.


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Gateway to College Graduation Celebrates Student Success

Gateway to College class of 2011Amid a sea of theater lights and family and friends, 19 area students reached a milestone when they received their high school diplomas though MWCC's Gateway to College program. A graduation ceremony took place June 8 in the Raymond M. LaFontaine Fine Arts Center.

Sharyn Rice, senior vice president for advancement and external affairs, congratulated the graduates on their dual achievement of simultaneously completing high school and beginning college. Six of the graduates were named to MWCC's Dean's List, while the entire Gateway class of 2011 earned an average of 33 credits toward an associate degree or certificate.

"You all made a wise choice in applying to this program," Rice told the graduates. "Wherever you choose to continue, you have a strong foundation behind you. You'll all change over the years, but please remember the community that shaped you."

The Gateway to College program, launched five years ago with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and its partners, is designed for youth age 16 to 20 who have dropped out of high school, are at risk of dropping out of high school, or are not succeeding in a traditional high school environment for various reasons. MWCC's program, administered through the Division of Access & Transition, now enrolls nearly 100 students who simultaneously work toward obtaining their high school diploma and college degrees.
Candace Shivers, associate professor of Human Services and Sociology, delivered the keynote address. "We're taught to plan for tomorrow. We're not always promised tomorrow, so we need to take stock for today," she said. "All you can really do is be you. While you're doing that, enjoy yourself."

The graduation ceremony also featured remarks from Gateway to College Director Deb Bibeau; Michael Baldassarre, superintendent of the Ralph C. Mahar Regional School District, MWCC's lead partnership district; and class valedictorian Bryan Nolan.

Nolan, who enrolled in the Gateway program in fall 2010, graduated with a 3.67 grade point average. During the two years he was in the Gateway program, he earned 25 college credits toward his associate degree. He plans to continue at MWCC and study Broadcasting and Electronic Media. Through research for his Career Planning and Placement course, he received an internship at Fitchburg Access Television.

The majority of the graduates plan to continue their post-secondary education at MWCC or another academic institution.
- Deb Bibeau


Pictured: Members of the Gateway to College Class of 2011. (Photo by Latrice Cooper for The Gardner News).  

Area Students in MWCC's College Access Programs Recognized

Write On! grand prize winnersHundreds of area students who participate in MWCC's college access programs were recognized at two recent year-end events.

High school graduates who have participated in programs administered by the college's Division of Access & Transition were recognized during an awards ceremony and brunch in May at the Courtyard Marriott in Fitchburg. Natascha Saunders, an inspirational career coach and CEO of The Youth Career Coach, Inc., delivered the keynote address to approximately 300 students and family members at the event.
The event celebrated the achievements of high school seniors from Fitchburg, Leominster, Gardner, Athol and Murdock high schools who are completing their participation with MWCC's Educational Talent Search and Upward Bound Math Science TRIO programs and the Gateway to College program. Scholarships were presented to 14 students who will be pursuing degrees at MWCC or other private and public colleges and universities.

More than 150 area middle school students who participate in MWCC's Educational Talent Search program took part in the annual Write On! competition this year. Students from Gardner Middle School, Murdock Middle/High School in Winchendon, Longsjo and Memorial middle schools in Fitchburg and Sky View and Samoset middle schools in Leominster submitted artwork, short stories and poetry in the competition.

The event culminated with a half-day conference, writing and art workshops, luncheon and awards presentation at MWCC's Gardner campus. Barnes & Noble gift certificates were awarded to competition winners, including $100 certificates to three grand prize winners and $25 certificates to first, second and third-prize winners in each category from each participating school. Each student also received a booklet containing this year's competition entries.


MWCC's Division of Access & Transition administers a number of grant-funded programs that provide middle school, high school, and adult students with an array of academic, college, and career awareness services including MCAS remediation, academic and career counseling, tutorials, workshops, and activities.


Pictured: Area students receiving grand prize awards during the Division of Access & Transition's annual Write On! competition include Rachel Dickens of Murdock Middle/High School in Winchendon in the poetry category; Kyrah Altman of Sky View Middle School in Leominster in the short story category; and Eric Paul of Gardner Middle School, in the art category.


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MWCC Spring Sprint Triathlon Results & Summer Registration Announced

MWCC sprint triathlonFollowing the success of its inaugural sprint triathlon, MWCC's Fitness & Wellness Center is gearing up to host the second of three races this year.

The MWCC Spring Sprint Triathlon on May 22 consisted of a 300-yard indoor pool swim, a 15-mile bike and four-mile run. The overall winner was Robin Sandos of Gardner, with a time of 1:13.21. She was closely followed by overall male winner Michael Graffeo of Millbury, with a time of 1:13.55.
The second place overall male winner was Jesse Marquardt of Gardner with a time of 1:13.58. The third place overall male winner was Shawnee Wandless of Gardner, with a time of 1:19.13. The second-place overall female winner was Linda Bent of Norfolk, with a time of 1:32.52, and the third place overall female winner was Tina Bettez of Gardner with a time of 1:34.10.

The next event, the MWCC Multi sport Team Summer Sprint Triathlon, will take place Sunday, July 3 at the Polish American Citizens Club at 171 Kendall Pond Road West in Gardner. This event will include a half-mile lake swim, a 14-mile bike ride and a four-mile run.

The third event, the Fall Backwards Sprint Triathlon, will take place on Oct. 23 at MWCC, with the events completed in reverse order. Participants will start with a four-mile run, followed by a 15-mile bike ride, then a 300-yard pool swim.

Athletes may compete as individuals or as part of a relay team for any of the sprint triathlons. All events are sanctioned by USA Triathlon, professionally timed, and open to the public.  Relay teams consist of one swimmer, one biker and one runner. The relay categories are: all male, all female, mixed, police, EMS, fire, schools (staff or students) local business, MWCC staff, hospital, and military. For more information or to register for the July 3 or Oct 23 events, go to
Pictured:  Among those participating in their first sprint triathlon during the Mount Wachusett Community College Multi Sport Team Spring Sprint Triathlon on May 22 were, from left, athletes Leslie Caponigro of Barre and Jessica Bancroft of Phillipston, event volunteer Jasmine Bancroft of Phillipston, and athlete Michelle Sweeney of Gardner.

8th Annual Relay for Life Raises Funds, Hope for a Cure

Relay for Life 2011Inclement weather did not dampen the spirits of thousands of area residents who participated in the 19th Annual Greater Gardner Relay for Life, held June 9 and 10 at MWCC. The fields and fitness track were filled with those who came out to raise funds for the American Cancer Society.
The annual event now raises approximately $800,000 per year through the collective efforts of nearly 200 teams and supporters who contribute to the fundraising activities. The opening ceremony was highlighted with a survivors' walk, in which hundreds now participate. In the evening, thousands of luminaria were lit during a ceremony remembering loved ones who have died of the disease and to honor those who have won their battle. Many campsites were decorated to commemorate this year's theme: Luau for Life.

The Gardner relay has grown to become the largest relay in New England and fourth largest in the country to raise money for cancer research.

Summer Business Luncheon Series Continues at MWCC

Business Luncheon SeriesMWCC's Summer Business Luncheon Training Series continues with three upcoming sessions designed to provide key business strategies. Sponsored by the Division of Lifelong Learning and Workforce Development, the 'Lunch and Learn' series offers regional businesses "a sample of the best training available intended to make their businesses more efficient, competitive and ready for next opportunities," said Jeremiah Riordon, assistant vice president of Lifelong Learning and Workforce Development.
Upcoming sessions include:

"Ten Steps to Profitability" on July 8. Greater Gardner Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Jim Bellina will address steps organizations can implement to improve profitability, including organizational models, key financial measures, program targets and techniques that lead to improved revenue.

"Selling the Way Your Customers Want to Buy" on July 29. John Chapin, speaker, trainer, and author of the award-winning "Sales Encyclopedia: the most comprehensive 'how to' guide on selling" will present the attributes leading to sales success and ways to integrate these strategies into sales efforts, including creative prospecting techniques, defrosting cold calls, strategizing for successful direct sales calls, and overcoming objections.

"Process Improvement and LEAN Manufacturing" on Aug. 26. The LEAN process flow for operations will be emphasized to help participants learn how to better identify areas of improvement and steps to take to implement changes and measure effectiveness. The session will be led by James F. Leonard, a consultant who specializes in teaching the principles of Dr. W. Edwards Deming as a new system of management.

All sessions take place from 12 to 1 p.m. in the North Café at MWCC's Gardner campus. The cost for each session is $10 when pre-registered or $13 at the door and includes a complimentary grilled lunch. Register for one or more sessions by calling 978-630-9575 or email

Upcoming Events

MWCC, in association with the Broadcasting and Electronic Media program and Phi Theta Kappa, is pleased to once again offer Commencement DVDs. This professional quality, edited DVD of MWCC's 2011 graduation ceremony will be available at a cost of $15 each. This low cost includes shipping and handling. Half of the profits from the DVD sales will go to MWCC's Phi Delta Chapter of the PTK Honor Society. PTK students will donate the other 50 percent of profits directly to the Montachusett Veteran Outreach Center in Gardner. To order a DVD, contact Sheila Murphy, PTK advisor, at
MWCC is accepting registrations for Summer Programs for Kids & Teens. Families are encouraged to reserve seats early to secure a spot in popular summer programs including drama, art, computers and athletics. Sports and fitness camps offered through the MWCC Fitness & Wellness Center include basketball, soccer, baseball, field hockey, tennis, fit camp, and more. Course descriptions and registration forms can be found online at or by calling 978-630-9124.

MWCC Golf TournamentMount Wachusett Community College Foundation, Inc. will sponsor its 16th Annual Golf Tournament to benefit student scholarships on Tuesday, Aug. 16 at Wedgewood Pines Country Club in Stowe. The cost is $200 per person to play, which includes breakfast and dinner, or $40 to attend the dinner only. Registration and breakfast begin at 8:30 a.m., with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. The tournament will conclude with a social hour, awards dinner and silent auction from 3 to 6 p.m. Auction and corporate sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information or to register, call (978) 630-9387 or email

RentTheatre at the Mount continues its 2011 season with "Rent" in August. Based on Puccini's opera La Bahome, Rent tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to survive and create in New York's Lower East Side in the thriving days of Bohemian Alphabet City. In 1996, Rent won the Pulitzer Prize for drama and was nominated for 10 Tony Awards, taking home four, including best musical. Recommended for mature audiences only.  Performances are Aug. 19, 20, 26 and 27 at 8 p.m. and Aug. 28 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20 for evening shows, $15 for the matinee, and $10 for students and may be purchased at the TAM box office, by phone at 978-632-2403 or online at
MWCC is offering Information Sessions on a number of academic programs. Upcoming sessions will take place on the following dates: Clinical Laboratory Science: July 18, 4 to 5 p.m., Heywood Hospital; Physical Therapist Assistant: July 26, 2 to 3 p.m., Gardner campus, room 204; A.S. Nursing: July 21, 2 to 3 p.m., Gardner campus, room 204; and Practical Nursing: July 11, 5 to 6 p.m., Devens campus room 124 and July 19, 2 to 3 p.m., Gardner campus, room 204. In addition, small group information sessions are offered daily Monday through Thursday beginning at 3 p.m. Prospective students interested in attending an information session are asked to call the Enrollment Center at 978-630-9284 (TTY 978-632-4916), or send an email to

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