EAST LONGMEADOW — MH Group Staffing celebrated its move to its new offices at 44 Harkness Ave. in East Longmeadow with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Jan. 16. Several gave testimonials in support of the 10-year-old organization that got its start in Springfield, including Behavioral Health Network Vice President of Quality and Social Justice Chelan Brown and Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts Vice President for Community Impact and Partnerships Denise Hurst. East Longmeadow Town Manager Tom Christensen and Deputy Town Manager Rebecca Lisi welcomed MH Group founder and CEO Nicole Polite to town while state Sen. Jake Oliveira (D-Ludlow) and state Reps. Angelo Puppolo (D-Springfield) and Brian Ashe presented citations from the state House and Senate. Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno and City Councilor Lavar Click-Bruce, a friend and supporter of Polite, were also on hand to extend congratulations. Representatives for state Rep. Bud Williams (D-Springfield) and Orlando Ramos (D-Springfeld) were also among those in attendance. For more information on the MH Group, visit www.themhgrp.com.

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