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   Grand Opening at Venture X
Venture X Holyoke celebrated the grand opening of its co-working space on Sept. 9, drawing more than 80 guests who enjoyed drinks, food, live music, and tours of the facility. Pictured: the Venture X Holyoke team cuts the ribbon at the grand opening. (Photo by Aiden McDonald)
   A New Home for Girls Inc.
Girls Inc. recently acquired the former O’Connell Companies headquarters on Hampden Street in Holyoke and, after exten- sive renovation efforts, plans to open the new facility next year. As part of a strategic plan created more than four years ago, Executive Director Suzanne Parker (pictured) said the nonprofit has sought a new home that will bring all its programs together under one roof and facilitate growth, enabling it to serve more girls in the Pioneer Valley. The new center’s 16,000 square feet will include a cutting-edge STEM makers’ space, a library, two multi-purpose rooms, a teen lounge, a kitchen and dining area, administrative offices, and more.
  Fore a Good Cause
The Royal Law Firm was the signature cocktail spon- sor of the CHD Cancer House of Hope golf tourna- ment held on Sept. 13. The Royal foursome included, from left, Joe Eckerle, Tanzi Cannon-Eckerle, HCN Editor George O’Brien, and Tim Netkovick.

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