Regional Notebook: Nov. 9, 2022

  • AAA Northeast’s Greenfield office recently donated $3,500 to The Literacy Project. From left, Literacy Project instructor and Greenfield Site Director Joshua Freund, AAA Pioneer Valley Charitable Giving Team Leader Tammi Benson, Literacy Project Executive Director Judith Roberts and Literacy Project Executive Assistant Ravin Graves. Contributed Photo

Published: 11/11/2022 4:13:54 PM
Local DAR chapter supporting Wreaths Across America

Northampton’s Betty Allen Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) has chosen to support Wreaths Across America, a national program whose mission is to remember fallen veterans, honor those who have served and teach the next generation the value of freedom.

Through Wreaths Across America’s Group Sponsorship Program, the Betty Allen Chapter is asking community members to sponsor balsam wreaths that will then be placed at the Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Agawam on National Wreaths Across America Day, to be celebrated Saturday, Dec. 17. To sponsor a wreath, visit

“We are forever grateful to all the volunteers and groups who dedicate their time and effort nationwide to fulfilling this yearlong mission,” Karen Worcester, executive director of Wreaths Across America, said in a statement. “These individuals and their communities know the value of remembering the fallen, honoring those who currently serve and teaching the next generation about the sacrifices made for our freedom every day, and with their continued support, Wreaths Across America continues to grow.”

AAA Northeast donates $3.5K to The Literacy Project

GREENFIELD — AAA Northeast’s Greenfield office, located at 91 Main St., recently donated $3,500 to The Literacy Project to support its adult education program.

The Literacy Project has been educating adults in Franklin and Hampshire counties as an independent nonprofit since 1984. Through its five locations in Greenfield, Orange, Amherst, Northampton and Ware, The Literacy Project offers free classes in reading, writing, math, high school equivalency, and college and career readiness. Students work at their own pace with guidance from staff instructors and support from volunteer tutors.


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