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kadams - Mon, May 24, 2010, 1:45 P
Food As Medicine: The Energetics of Food
FREE workshop, sponsored by Greenfield Community Acupuncture

Saturday, June 5 from 3 - 5

Chris Belskis, L.M.T., Shiatsu Practitioner

Food has life force or Qi. There's carrot Qi, broccoli Qi, noodle Qi. The process of transforming carrot Qi to my Qi has an affect on my body. This is what we mean by the Energetics of Food.

Some food has more Qi than others. Some Qi will warm you, some will cool you. It all contributes to establishing and maintaining balance within - or not. Come learn a new way of looking at food and learn a bit about Chinese Medicine at the same time.

Please call to register so we can make sure we have enough chairs: 772-0077. This workshop is free; donations gratefully accepted.

345 Main St, Greenfield
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JanetMasucci - Mon, May 17, 2010, 3:47 P
BioMass on Ch 22 @ 5:30 tonight
Dave Manning says he is going to be on Ch 22 @ 5:30 tonight to give the "whole Story" about the Biomass situation. Pass it on to anyone who may be interested.
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LeeChauvette2010 - Thu, Apr 29, 2010, 8:02 P
Meet and Greet Event
There will be a Meet and Greet event on Thursday May 13 from 5-8pm at the French King Bowling Center in Erving. This event is sponsored by The Chauvette Committee on behalf of Lee Chauvette of Athol who is running for State Representative for the 2nd Franklin District. The committee will supply pizza and refreshments and there are video games, bowling etc for the kids, which is self pay.

Stop in and meet Lee Chauvette who has spent 25 years in public service. Campaign contributions are greatly appreciated. More in on
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LeeChauvette2010 - Thu, Apr 29, 2010, 8:17 A
Chauvette receives fourth endorsement
Lee Chauvette of Athol who is seeking the Democratic nomination for State Representative for the 2nd Franklin District received the following endorsement.

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 2313 Telephone Division, Hanover, Mass., has endorsed Lee Chauvette's campaign for State Representative for the 2nd Franklin District. The local's president Carol Duguay issued the following statement on Tuesday:

"Please be informed that the IBEW Local 2313 endorses Lee Chauvette's candidacy. Lee has 25 years of public service which included 19 years with the Athol Fire Department, School Committee and many other public services. Lee was a member in good standing of Local 1751, the Athol Professional Firefighters Union. Lee Chauvette is a fiscally responsible Democrat and Independent thinker who will listen to voters. Lee is not new to the community or district as he has strong family roots here and has raised his family here.

"Lee understands the issues facing the working class. He has owned and operated his own business and has experience in the manufacturing industry. With all of his past commitments in public service he has shown his dedication to townspeople. We encourage people to support Lee Chauvette's campaign." Local 2313 joins the following other organizations in endorsing Lee Chauvette: Local 98 of the International Union Operating Engineers, Local 59 of the New England Benevolent Order of Police Officers-Athol Police and Local 1751 Professional Firefighters of Mass-Athol Professioanl Firefighters.

For more information visit his Web site at

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kinship - Fri, Apr 23, 2010, 1:50 P
Evergreen pruning services available April-May
Hello, I am a trained and experienced Arborist offering my services to restore your gangly, shapeless, overgrown evergreens back to looking great in your yard! References available. My name is Karen and you can call me about pruning your evergreens at 978-544-0105.

I am making this announcement because April through May is a good time to have your evergreens pruned. Proper pruning keeps them looking green, nicely shaped, and the right size for their context in your landscape! Yews, cedars, junipers and others will appreciate pruning now so they will fill out during the growing season and look great through winter.

Have some evergreens that need professional care? I would love to hear from you! Reasonable rates.

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kadams - Fri, Mar 19, 2010, 9:05 P
Open House - Greenfield Community Acupuncture
Come help us celebrate this great addition to our community:
Greenfield Community Acupuncture

Open House Saturday March 20 from 10 - 5

FREE acupuncture! FREE food!

3 Bank Row, Greenfield

Affordable acupuncture in a community setting
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poledancer - Fri, Mar 19, 2010, 10:43 A
Free pole dance lessons (just good clean fun folks)
I am a pole dancer (of the friendly, fitness-instructor-y variety) who would very much like to offer you some free pole dance lessons. All I request is that you provide the practice space. It can be as fancy as a studio or as unglamorous as a basement. As long as it has a floor and a ceiling, we're good to go.

My pole fits by compression and won't make any holes in your floor or ceiling (I promise).

I am a certified group fitness instructor and certified in CPR. I am an active fitness instructor, and I love to teach! We'll do some strength training and cardio as well to make sure that you can get yourself up the pole.

I am willing to teach in Greenfield, Montague, Sunderland, Deerfield, Whately, Leverett, Gill, Erving, and Northfield.

Women only.
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AK47 - Wed, Mar 3, 2010, 4:16 P
Hey Mik

Can we have an EXTREME side like Montague does???
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jgriffin - Tue, Feb 16, 2010, 11:52 A
Lost dog in N. Leverett
Hi! Are you, or perhaps someone you know who lives in North Leverett missing a dog? We found a very friendly border collie mix last night near the Leverett Co-op. He is black with white on his head and black spots mixed in with the white parts, and a white tip on his tail. Very energetic. He is currently at home with us in Montague, but we'll be taking him to Dakin soon if no one claims him—too much energy for our little house! Very sweet though.

Give us a call if this puppy sounds familiar. 676-9890. Thanks!
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artspromo1 - Wed, Dec 2, 2009, 12:21 P
Bikram Yoga
Bikram Yoga is a challenging series of 26 postures and two breathing exercises designed to systematically stretch, strengthen and rejuvenate every part of the body. This 90-minute class is performed in 105 degree heat which allows deeper and safer stretching while simultaneously detoxifying the body and relieving stress and tension. The class is suitable for all skill and fitness levels. No prior experience with yoga or exercise is necessary. Bikram Yoga Amherst is located at 267 Amherst Road (Route 116), in Sunderland, across the street from Cliffsisde Apartments. Entrance to the studio is in back of the building. For more information, including frequently asked questions and short films about Bikram Yoga, visit Current schedule always available at (413) 665-1516.
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JanetMasucci - Mon, Nov 30, 2009, 1:04 P
Discount on Acupressure Massage Gift Certificates
Holiday Gift Certificates $10 off
(until December 15)
if you respond to this post.

Give the gift of a healing, and relaxing Acupressure Massage
with Janet Masucci

Nationally Certified NCTMB and ABMP

Including: Foot Reflexology, Positional Therapy, Reiki, Tong Ren Therapy, TAT and more

Helpful for :
Aches and Pains
Building Immune Function
Low Energy
Stiff joints
And just plain increasing well being! 413-863-8694
less than mile from the Greenfield town line on Rte 2 in Gill.

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mrdw3kds - Sun, Nov 29, 2009, 6:02 P
Relay For Life Cookie Fundraiser
Relay For Life team Emma kisses Mikey's smile is making cookies for the holiday. If you are in need of cookies please contact us. We are selling platters that hold 98 bite size pieces in 10 different kinds. If you are interested please let us know by Dec. 20th. Price per platter is $20. All proceeds go to Relay For Life of Franklin County. So don't hesitate. Give us a call or send an email. Happy Holidays.
Tina Palso

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kadams - Sun, Nov 29, 2009, 9:17 A
new acupuncture clinic needs your help
Good morning, friends - I'm planning to open a community style acupuncture clinic in Greenfield and need your help for my market research (whew, that's easy!). Could you please take the time to answer the following questions, and send them back to me at

Thanks so much - and I'll let you know when we open the doors!

1. Please explain how you think acupuncture can help you with your health care:

2. Have you ever considered acupuncture for your health and well-being?

3. What, if anything, prevented you from doing so?

4. If you knew you could receive affordable treatment (@$20 - 40 each) in a community setting, would you choose to try acupuncture?

5. Please add anything that you'd like me to know:
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kadams - Thu, Nov 19, 2009, 10:32 A
Wild dog story
Hi all - thought you might enjoy this dog story my mom sent me from OH. The connections are amazing: my mom lives in Wadsworth, OH, the vet that treated the dog is from Wadsworth. Local connections galore here. Way cool:

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mmuller - Fri, Oct 30, 2009, 2:47 P
Blood Drive Today
Blood drive in Greenfield today. Church Street off Federal. Receive a Subway sandwich!
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leonardkahle - Fri, Oct 16, 2009, 6:21 A
TONIGHT! Friday night the 16th of October.
Where: The Route 63 Roadhouse in Millers Falls MA.
When: Be there by 8, first band starts at 8:45
What: 1st on , THE PACKAGE, local boys play Molly Hatchet, ZZ Top, Ozzy, Van Halen, Foghat, hard drivin' shake yer booty rock-n-roll! Featuring dual lead guitars by Bruce Richardson and Lenny Kahle, Matt Lewis lead vocals and Bass, and Chet Sobieski on drums.
2nd on, Dead Mans Dossier,
Adam Kelley - Guitar Morgan Kanash - Vocals Ben Murphy - Drums Jack Powers - Bass and Joe Hamel - Guitar
3rd, Pioneer Valleys own WRENCHNECK.

Bonus: College students with valid ID get in FREE, and $4 pitchers

This event will be a great time for all that come. The music is high energy and good karma resides here. Don't miss it!
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kadams - Tue, Aug 4, 2009, 8:20 P
Everyone’s Guide to Acupressure
Did you know that, when the swine flu scare first hit the news, the main message you would get from the medical office would be to stay home?

This was a good thing for many reasons, principally because, unless you had other health problems, there wasn't anything the doctors could do except tell you to stay in bed, get lots of rest and drink lots of fluids. That's just the nature of the flu.

I want you to have tools to help recover as quickly as possible. I want you to be able to ease the symptoms of the flu while keeping yourselves strong enough to kick it faster.

I'm offering an acupressure first aid class to teach you points to help ease the symptoms of such things as headaches, sprains and muscle strains, and much more. The class will run on Tuesday nights for four weeks, beginning August 18th. It will be held at 25 - 27 Bank Row, 3rd floor, in Greenfield.

This acupressure first aid has information from a lot of acupuncture theory, as well as my own experience. You'll get handouts of points, and learn how to find them and activate them - without needles. The cost is $80; if you sign up by August 8th you will get $10 off this price.

Please call Karen at 413-768-8333 to register today.
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kdsdance - Wed, Jul 8, 2009, 8:51 A
Register now for Summer Dance Classes!

4 week morning program begins July 14th

Program includes: Hip Hop with Hannah Frank, Contemporary/Lyrical with Sydney Bruso, Ballet & Modern with Katie Pousont, Tap/Jazz with Sarah Devine, Tap/Jazz/Lyrical with Karen Fritz O'Hare and more !

Ages 3 and older.

Tap Class with Sarah Devine - Mondays 5:00

Belly Dance with Jacqueline Olmeda - Tuesdays 6:00

Irish Step by Celtic Heels begins July 21st

Karen's Dance Studio 413-773-7816 kdsdance

KDS Dance Supplies - Summer Hours

Tuesdays & Saturdays ONLY!

10:00 - 2:00

30% off any one item
when you mentiopn
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ajleblanc - Fri, Jun 26, 2009, 9:09 A
The Country Players present: Oliver!
Celebrating 30 years 1979 - 2009
The Country Players present:

Lionel Bart's Musical Favorite


Based on the Charles Dickens novel.

Directed by Sara Gibson
Music Direction by Erin Girouard
Choreography by Hayley Descavich

At the Shea Theater
71 Avenue A
Turners Falls MA

Friday and Saturday evenings, July 10, 11, 17 & 18 at 8:00 PM
Sunday Matinee July 19 at 2:00 PM

Tickets $12/$10 seniors/students

Call to reserve: 413-863-2281 x1

For more information go to
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kdsdance - Tue, Jun 23, 2009, 9:51 P
Great shape. Amazing sound. One owner. Purchased from The Music Store in the 1980's.
$600.00 oe Best Offer.
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patrick - Thu, Jun 18, 2009, 2:14 P
Montague WebWorks announces new Senior Advisor
Montague WebWorks | JW DeWitt Business Communications


‘Montague WebWorks now offering high-quality streaming media'

Tom Adams, Reelife Productions' award winning director & editor, joins the Montague WebWorks creative team as Senior Advisor for Strategic Media and Creative Direction

ORANGE, Mass., June 16, 2009 – Montague WebWorks, in association with strategic partner and marketing arm JW|DeWitt Business Communications of New Salem, MA, today announced the addition of Tom Adams of Reelife Productions to the Montague WebWorks creative team. Adams was named Senior Advisor for Strategic Media and Creative Direction said co-founder and Director of Business Development, Patrick Davis.

“Since we began our creative relationship a few years ago, Tom has consistently delivered high-quality video and production assistance to our clients. Montague WebWorks understands the need for professional quality promotional and on-line video programming in today’s on-demand world. With the ever growing infusion of streaming video staples such as YouTube, Hulu, Vimeo and Google Video, Tom brings his video expertise to our clients and will be a powerful value-add for the future of our business”, Davis said.

Tom Adams is owner and director of Reelife Productions based in Williamsburg, MA. Reelife serves a wide array of educational institutions, governmental offices, arts organizations and business clients. Working locally in the Pioneer Valley since 1996, Tom has built a strong reputation for excellence and creativity.

Davis said Tom’s addition as a Senior Advisor will allow Montague WebWorks to increase its offerings to its clients, while taking an important creative step in bolstering its on-line marketing strategy programs.

“We never thought ‘video’ would make a difference in our small manufacturing business,” said Chris Duval, Owner of CRD Metalworks in Williamsburg, MA, who manufactures the Woodbine Firewood Processor. “ When we put Reelife's video on on on YouTube and our website, the impact and result was immediate and very noticeable. The video of our product, the Woodbine Junior, has had over 107, 000 views and has undoubtedly led to many of our most recent sales.”

If you are interested in learning more about how the power of video can grow your business, on-line and off, please contact Patrick Davis, Montague WebWorks at 413.522.4808 to set up a free consultation and strategy session. Find Reelife productions on-line at

About Montague WebWorks and JW DeWitt Business Communications

J.W. DeWitt Business Communications, an independent consulting firm based in New Salem, Mass., specializes in marketing and communications for business-to-business, technology, environmental, retail, and industrial markets. In partnership with Montague WebWorks, a web development and marketing firm serving more than 100 clients in the Quabbin and Pioneer Valley region, they provide strategic communications programs for large enterprises as well as comprehensive marketing, public relations, Internet, and sales support programs for small to mid-size companies. For more information, visit and

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kdsdance - Mon, Jun 15, 2009, 11:32 A
Tues Wed Thurs Mornings
8:45 - 12:15 Senior Session
Age 7 and older

10:15 - 12:15 Junior Session
Ages 5 - 7

Wed & Thurs Mornings ONLY
10:15 - 11:15 Small Fry Session
Ages 3 - 5

Classes begin Tuesday, July 14

No Classes July 28-30

ALL SUMMER DANCERS will be featured in the annual Montague Old Home Days
Friday, August 14th, 6:00 pm
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JanetMasucci - Thu, May 28, 2009, 12:31 P
Has anybody heard of Surf Tone? They telemarketed me saying that the government wants to save small businesses money and they can get me a 20% discount on my Verizon phone bills. This sounds like scam but I figured, in case it isn't I might check it out.
Am I just being niave?

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jadek - Sat, May 23, 2009, 2:18 P
Wendy’s Burgers
Any info on when the Wendy's is gonna reopen in town????????? Or is Greenfield pulling thier usual crap about businesses??????????????????

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ajleblanc - Tue, May 12, 2009, 8:42 A
Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society Open Forum
Everyone is welcome to join in learning more about what the DPVHS purchase of the Union Street shelter in Springfield will mean for our community. Dakin's Executive Director Leslie Harris will talk about transition plans, the close of the rescue center in Greenfield, and plans for the adoption center in Leverett. She'll also talk about how DPVHS hopes to work with Pioneer Valley residents to transform animal welfare and create a humane community.

The forum will be held on Thursday, May 21st, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of the Greenfield High School, 1 Lenox Avenue, Greenfield. This venue is accessible to people with disabilities.

For more information, please visit
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artspromo1 - Tue, May 5, 2009, 10:38 A
Job Offering-Put Up Posters! Great Summer job
Put Up Posters! Great Summer job

in Pioneer Valley, Brattleboro, Hartford & Colleges.
$9-$12 hour. 20 flexible hours

**15 hours MUST be
during daylight business hours.

Car, references, your OWN computer, email &
cell, commit through fall at minimum. But would like to hire someone for a year if possible.

Excellent attention to detail and follow up.

Interviews this Thursday and Friday- HIRING NOW

PAID TRAINING MAY 17-20 must be available


(Please re- apply if you previously responded to this ad)
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guitarman - Thu, Apr 9, 2009, 3:39 P
Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo Lessons
Feed Your Soul!
High Quality Music Lessons
Supportive, Friendly and Fun!
Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Uke
Theory, Composition
Michael Nix

Free parking in downtown Greenfield. I teach Monday through Thursday afternoons and evenings. I have some openings on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday eves and am accepting new students. I also can do Webcam lessons (Skype/PayPal, or prepay) See for more info.
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AfterGlo - Wed, Apr 1, 2009, 5:11 P
Models needed

My band, AfterGlo, would be interested . We are a classic rock band that plays out in the area. Contact me at

-- Steve
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kdsdance - Mon, Mar 30, 2009, 1:46 P
Models needed
Please feel free to drop by Karen's Dance Studio, 49 Bank Row in Greenfield and hand a poster.
We can usually help the Hallmark students.
Tammy is a firend of mine! K
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MMP - Mon, Mar 30, 2009, 12:33 P
Models needed
Hey! I'm going to school at Hallmark and I have posted on the site too, but we are working on our final portfolios and I'm in need of models!! If anyone is interested email me. I am giving a free 8x10 to anyone who models for me. Let me know! Thanks!!
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ChangeGreenfield - Thu, Mar 26, 2009, 3:41 P
Candidate for School Committee
I have decided to run a write-in campaign for the 2 year seat on the Greenfield School Committee. If I win I intend to do all I can to promote stability and to build an exciting long term plan for our district. I will also work to make that plan a centerpiece of the City of Greenfield Master Plan. I am not interested in furthering some factional agenda on the committee. My only interest is to work with all members of the Committee, the Superintendent, Town Council, Mayors office, the State and the community to build world class opportunities for our children starting with the basics, and working towards the ideal.

I recognize that any meaningful plan for our schools must be within our means as a community. Budgets should be designed to move a consistent sustainable plan forward - you start with what you have and work towards what you want. Taxpayers are investors. The community needs to see a plan before they can feel entirely comfortable with their investment. I believe budgets will be more clear and less politicized when the “extras” are in the context of a long term strategic plan that has buy-in from the community. Planning on the fly contributes to chaos and the perception of constant desperation.

I understand that a thriving school system is the core of any strong community. Everything from real estate markets to crime rates are a reflection of a town’s willingness to work together and focus on smart solutions for their schools. I am unwilling to sit by and accept the status quo as good enough. I think we have a responsibility to do much better. I am beyond impressed and very appreciative of the ability of Susan Hollins to stand this district up last fall and to move us into a position from which we can build.

I have 2 children in the Greenfield School system and a baby due a few days before this election (yes that could get interesting). My kids are my main motivation. I became an education activist and founded last February. I have 10 years of executive experience creating and managing budgets of up to $5 million as the East Coast Regional Director with Greenpeace. I managed 16 offices and up to 300 staff in that position. I started a web development company in 1995 which I sold in 1998. I have worked the last 9 years as the Internet Strategist for The Yankee Candle Company. I am also a musician and enjoy growing as much of my own food as possible.

I have always been impressed with the generosity of the people of Greenfield. Business leaders, elected officials and the community are always willing to help when they understand what is needed and the difference it will make. I believe Greenfield is a great place to live, but that it has been challenged to recognize and build on its own potential.

As a member of the School Committee my basic responsibilities will be policy making, planning and communication. If elected I also intend to remain an education activist. I have opinions on the big issues in public education, which I find are evolving (the issues and my opinions) the more I learn about them. I believe it’s important to work with the state to propose truly out-of-the-box local and regional solutions for the crisis in education that we face nationally. I also believe it’s our responsibility to question authority if top down proposals make no sense for us or are rushed.

I will work towards:

• Stability & sustainable solutions within our means
• A 5 year strategic plan for education in Greenfield and incorporating that plan into the Greenfield Master Plan
• Updating the district technology plan
• A cooperative and respectful working relationship on the committee
• Opportunity for community to be engaged in all discussions
• Continue to explore ALL opportunities for funding efficiencies and new funding mechanisms

I will also be open to exploring public private partnerships, the possibility of a virtual / online school, consolidated administrative services, additional charter schools, and just about any other idea brought forward by a member of the committee or the public. If there is a chance an idea will improve the educational experience in this district I want to hear about it. If there is a chance an idea will make us more efficient and therefore free up more funds for education, I want to hear about it.

My name is Michael Phillips. I hope you’ll vote for me on June 9th.

I'm not sure how this discussion board works and if you can post them here, but if you have questions please let me know. If you have input, suggestions or ideas please let me know. My email is

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patrick - Sun, Mar 8, 2009, 11:39 P

1.} WARM-UP: Greetings, student @ GCC conducting evaluation for my advertising course.
A) Approx Age: 31
B) Highest Level of Education: Grad School
C) Employment: Full time
D) Household Size: 5
A) Currently involved in any hobbies?Pool, skiing, politics, business
B) What are your interests?see above, plus music, networking, grilling, yard work, family
C) When you think of shopping and your needs what comes to mind? what we need and where we can afford it.
__________________________________________________ __________________________
D) When you think of the expenses of shopping how do you feel? depends on the expense
A) How important is saving money to you? right now, it's not
B) Why is saving money important to you? right now, it's not; trying to survive in this crappy economy!
C) How has the importance of saving money changed for you in today’s economy? It's impossible for us to save right now.
D) How do you save money? __________________________________________________ __
E) What influences the way you save money? _______________________________________
F) What strategies do you use to save money? ________________________________________
A) How often do you need to save money? ____________________________________
B) How did you select strategies for saving money? ______________________________
C) How do you find savings strategies to use? __________________________________
D) How do you select which savings to utilize? _________________________________
E) How do you feel savings strategies could be improved? ________________________
__________________________________________________ ____________________
F) Which savings strategies did you use? ______________________________________
G) How happy where you with your savings strategies of choice? __________________
H) How happy were you with your savings? ___________________________________
6} I thank you for your time and feedback regarding this evaluation,
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VizslaDiva - Sun, Mar 8, 2009, 10:37 P
Greetings fellow Greenfielders! I am a college student and need some help from people who choose to utilize savings strategies when shopping. I have a Case Study due tomorrow and need 10 responses to an evaluation, which I have posted below.
If you have time and utilize savings strategies could you help me make the grade and reply to this post with your answers to the evaluation questions? I do not know which area of this should be placed so I am guessing here...

Thank you soooo much. Also, this is for my Principles of Advertising college course.

Screener Requirements: Consumers who utilize price saving strategies.

1.} WARM-UP: Greetings, student @ GCC conducting evaluation for my advertising course.
A) Approx Age: _______
B) Highest Level of Education: __________
C) Employment: ________________________________
D) Household Size: _______________________
A) Currently involved in any hobbies? _______________________________________________
B) What are your interests? __________________________________________________ _____
C) When you think of shopping and your needs what comes to mind? ______________________
__________________________________________________ __________________________
D) When you think of the expenses of shopping how do you feel? _________________________
__________________________________________________ __________________________
A) How important is saving money to you? ________________________________________
B) Why is saving money important to you? ________________________________________
C) How has the importance of saving money changed for you in today’s economy? ________
__________________________________________________ _______________________
D) How do you save money? __________________________________________________ __
E) What influences the way you save money? _______________________________________
F) What strategies do you use to save money? ________________________________________
A) How often do you need to save money? ____________________________________
B) How did you select strategies for saving money? ______________________________
C) How do you find savings strategies to use? __________________________________
D) How do you select which savings to utilize? _________________________________
E) How do you feel savings strategies could be improved? ________________________
__________________________________________________ ____________________
F) Which savings strategies did you use? ______________________________________
G) How happy where you with your savings strategies of choice? __________________
H) How happy were you with your savings? ___________________________________
6} I thank you for your time and feedback regarding this evaluation,
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patrick - Tue, Feb 3, 2009, 11:24 A
Joining the site...

I welcome this too....there are a lot of other forums, but we hope this one will remain positive.

We enjoy the free exchange of positive ideas, hope people will remain polite, and feel good about putting their name on a post which reflects their ideas.

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mmuller - Tue, Feb 3, 2009, 10:39 A
Joining the site...
Hey Jadek,

If you’re using the FireFox browser, it comes with a spell-check. IE doesn’t provide one.

You can get it here:

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jadek - Tue, Feb 3, 2009, 10:07 A
Joining the site...
Ok... I’ll start ..I welcome a new of sorce of public comments and views. May it be as posative and prosperose as the Montague site... You gotta get spell check though for us old timers looooooooong out of school...
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patrick - Sat, Jan 31, 2009, 6:07 P
Joining the site...
What are the Benefits of Joining?

If you have not yet joined the website community please consider joining now. The benefits are many, including...

1. Being able to submit content, such as corkboard messages, calendar events, photos, etc.
2. Having copies of posts to this website sent to you via e-mail.
3. Having copies of any group’s news or calendar events mailed to you via e-mail.
4. Being able to set up a non-profit org for free on the site -- if you are an officer or a member -- with the ability to update your news and calendar events at will, 24 hours a day.
5. Being able to submit your business listings (as many as you like) for free, and edit them at will 24 hours a day.
6. Just being part of this excellent community!


It’s free and easy (and quick too).
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mmuller - Fri, Jan 30, 2009, 12:13 P
Welcome new Members!
This should be fun. We’re glad to be expanding our community software into Greenfield.

Please let us know if there are any features you’d like to see.

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patrick - Fri, Jan 30, 2009, 11:38 A
Welcome new Members!
Welcome new members!
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Patrick - Thu, Jan 15, 2009, 12:00 A

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GREENFIELDMA.NET will be a place for community bulletin boards, calendar sharing, image sharing, in-line google video and YouTube sharing, free business listings, and group access for community non-profits and other service/educational groups. Clear and consistent user rights and policies will be enforced.

Of course, as an added feature, email alerts and SMS text message notification of hot posts to your hottest topics of interest can be sent directly to that new iPhone or other text-message enabled device within seconds of the posting.

Banner advertising is available for businesses, individuals or groups that want to support this effort, and reach the active membership of the Greenfield community.

GREENFIELDMA.NET is a log-in enabled user interface, with privacy protected log in access. We will retain full records of each user’s valid log in information, and will require a valid email address to join the service.

The service is FREE to anyone who wishes to join. Privacy and User Rights will be available for view prior to registration. Of course, lurking will be allowed and encouraged, but ya have to log in to post.

We hope you’ll stay interested in this new and exciting option in Greenfield, GREENFIELDMA.NET!
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