Boston Scenes 3-8-18
State Representative Jeff Sanchez received a $2,500 donation on behalf of the Boston Fund for Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief from the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades DC35 and the Painters and Glaziers Employers Association of New England.
Elected officials gathered for the groundbreaking for phase one of the $30 million Whittier Choice redevelopment program.
Whittier Street Health Center held its Black History Month Celebration and Annual Meeting recently. (l-r) Matt Fishman, Vice President of Communty Health at Partners HealthCare; Frederica Williams, President and CEO of Whittier; Wanda McClain, Vice President of Community Health and Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Eva Clark, Whittier Board of Directors.
At Lynn Tech, Governor Charlie Baker, Labor and Workforce Development Secretary Rosalin Acosta, and Education Secretary James Peyser announced $2.3 million in Skills Capital Grants to seven high schools that will use the funds to purchase new industry-standard equipment, in a variety of fields, so students are better prepared for college and careers.
Mayor Martin Walsh celebrates with residents during Phase 1 of the Whittier Street public housing project breaks ground in Roxbury.
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Puerto Rico hurricane relief, Whittier construction, Whittier Black History Month Celebration, Governor announces grants for high schools, and breaking ground at Whittier street.