Karyn Polito Joins the United Way of Tri-County for the rescheduled
211 Day celebration announcing the merger of Mass 211 and Call2Talk
Karyn Polito visited the United Way of Tri-County on Wednesday and joined Gary Lever Vice President of Mass 211 and Eileen Davis Director of Call2Talk to announced the merger of the United Way's suicide prevention line Call2Talk with Mass 2-1-1.
During her visit, she toured the United Way facility at the Nutting Building located at 46 Park Street in Framingham and joined President and CEO Paul Mina along with Volunteers and staff for a ribbon cutting and grand reopening of Pearl Street Cupboard and Café at Park. View the gallery
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