The Stavros center for Independent Living has announced that PCT has won the 2016 Paul Winske access award for, “going the extra mile in offering access to persons with disabilities. Marty Klein, the major force behind the Mutter’s Field accessible trail project, has been been invited to an awards ceremony to take place this Thursday, […]
The Fall plant sale raised a total of $1,071 from the sales of plants and raffle tickets. Thank You to everyone that participated!
July 25, 2016 – Construction continues on the Mutter Field accessible trail. The parking lot off of East St., is almost finished as well as the ramp, with railings, going from the parking lot to the beginning of the trail. A kiosk to display information has also been erected near the entrance of the ramp. […]
We had beautiful warm weather for the Spring plant sale. A large number of people showed up very early to take advantage of the great plants offered. Proceeds from all sales totaled $1,840. Plants sold totaled $1,476 and raffle ticket sales totaled $316. Donations for the Mutter Field Accessible Trail project totaled $48. Thank You […]
PCT’s latest project was featured in the March 9th edition of the Daily Hampshire Gazette. There was an interview with Marty Klein, board member and major force behind the project. Interviews with several other community leaders also touts the project’s benefits for those with physical difficulties. The project is expected to be completed by the […]