Post-Irene Updates: Relief, Travel & Schools

Post-Irene Updates

While not an extensive list, the follow updates have been provide to share information we are receiving: We’ll add more updates that we receive to this post as we receive them, so be sure to scroll down below through the comment field for more updates. – Have an update? Please post HERE or email

Tropical Storm Irene

Flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene in Western MA on Sunday, August 28th, 2011. (Photo credit: Sienna Wildfield)


  • Update: 9/5/11 – Mary Vilbon, ED of SFABA, writes: “Good news! Interstate 91 Southbound reopened yesterday. Franklin and Hampshire Counties have been declared Federal disaster areas.    Links to Federal and State information about Irene recovery   We’re collecting links that will be of use to our members and other people in the community from Federal, State, and other sources. They’re about traffic, FEMA grants, and anything else we can find that may help. If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us.”
  • Update: 9/4/11 – Trina Cysz, Pet Food Bank Coordinator at the Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society writes, “DPVHS has a year round pet food bank program that is available for people in communities in WMass.  I wanted to know if you have heard from anyone in the hill towns about their pet food or companion animal needs (crates, blankets, etc).  We can drop off dry cat and dog food and other supplies if needed.  Feel free to contact me via phone (413-244-0131 ) or email ( – we’re here to help!”
  • Update: 9/3/11 – Mary Vilbon, ED of SFABA, writes: “SFABA received new FEMA update information. Follow this link that has six points of interest titled…”When will I get my money.” As information is shared with the SFABA next week we will forward any additional information to you immediately.”
  • Shelburne Falls Area Business Association Organizes West County Relief Fund to receive funds from the public to be used for relief from the damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene.
  • The Mohawk, Hawlemont, and Rowe School communities have also launched a drive to collect donations of goods for local families in need. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact your local school:
  • The Shelburne Falls Area Business Association is coordinating volunteers following Tropical Storm Irene. Area businesses with needs, and volunteers call 413-625-2526: 
  • Phil Korma of CISA writes, “Farmers, contact your county FSA office to report damages from the storm. CISA’s compiled contact information and advice on how to deal with flooded crops.”


  • Traveling to Western MA this weekend for Labor Day? Terrific! Before heading out, check these post-Tropical Storm Irene alternative travel routes for the Mohawk Trail Region of Northwestern Massachusetts:
  • The Iron Bridge between the towns of Buckland and Shelburne will remain closed for the holiday weekend. It is anticipated that the required inspections will be completed no earlier than Tuesday, September 6th:


  • Update: 9/3/11 – Mohawk, Hawlemont and Rowe School Communities will open the day after Labor Day, 9/6:
  • Update: 9/3/11 – Updated Bus Routes for Mohawk, Hawlemont and Rowe School Communities: 


  • Due to public safety concerns resulting from ongoing infrastructure outages caused by flooding during Tropical Storm Irene, Historic Deerfield will remain closed to the public through Friday, September 2, 2011. The museum now plans to reopen on Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011 at 9:30 a.m.:
    Looking to help the rural folks hardest hit by Tropical Storm Irene? Check out Jessamyn’s list on how to help:

13 Comments on “Post-Irene Updates: Relief, Travel & Schools

  1. The Franklin County CDC had the following article in their September newsletter:

    Attention Businesses affected by Tropical Storm Irene

    Many businesses were impacted by the recent flooding in the area and the Franklin County CDC and town governments have made a special loan fund available to help them clean up and rebuild.

    The Small Business Administration (SBA) has Disaster Loans available which businesses should apply for, but they might not cover everything or be timely enough.

    The Four Town Loan Fund, which the CDC administers for the towns of Greenfield, Shelburne, Buckland and Montague, is available immediately. This fund, plus other loan funds from the CDC has for all towns, are available for short-term bridge loans as businesses await FEMA or insurance money, or can be structured as longer-term loans to put the business in good shape for the future. For more information, contact Amy, John or Alan at 413-774-7204, or visit

    The Shelburne Falls Area Business Association (SFABA) with the support of the Central Connecticut River Valley Institute (CCRVI) has also established the West County Relief fund to receive funds from the public to be used for relief from the damage caused by Hurricane Irene. Funds will be given out to individuals, families, and businesses to fill needs not met by funds from Federal, State and non-profit sources. Funds raised will be distributed by a committee established by the SFABA.

    Donors can make donations (please make checks payable to West County Relief Fund) at any branch of the Greenfield Saving Bank, WHAI, McCusker’s Market, Mocha Maya’s, Keystone Market, and other area businesses.) Checks made out to West County Relief Fund may be mailed to CCRVI, 6 Warren Court, Shelburne Falls, MA, 01370, to the SFABA, PO Box 42, Shelburne Falls, MA, 01370.

    The Farm Service Agency also has disaster assistance programs for farms and small businesses to help them get back up and running. You can find more information about Emergency Farm Loans and other programs by clicking here.

  2. In addition to the Hilltowns farmers along the river valley also experienced flooding. I wanted to repost this e-mail from Nuestras Raices in Holyoke:

    From: Diego Angarita Horowitz
    Sent: Monday, September 12, 2011 4:10 PM
    Subject: Nuestras Raices disaster relief and Harvest Festival

    On August 26, our farm was destroyed in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene. The level of the Connecticut River rose and flooded our farmer incubator site and youth garden with water potentially contaminated with e.Coli and mercury. We host 13 migrant and refugee farmers that cultivate specialty crops from the caribbean and many of their plants used for seed saving were destroyed as well.

    Our plan of action includes testing the site and pursuing disaster relief
    funds. We are also trying to fundraise $100,000 to help the farmers recoup their losses and rebuild our farm.

    We are going ahead with our annual Harvest Festival scheduled for September 24th from noon-4pm. While we are committed to providing this free event to the community we are using it as an opportunity to raise funds to rebuild the farm. I am asking if you could possibly:

    1.) make a tax deductible donation to Nuestras Raices attn: Farm Relief 329 Main St Holyoke MA 01040
    2.) sponsor our Harvest Festival by tabling for your organization (contact: Ramiro Davaro rdavaro @ neustras-raices .org)
    3.) spread the word to your list serves about our need
    4.) volunteer the day of the festival

    In any case your presence at our Harvest Festival would be much appreciated just as a patron to enjoy the day with us after such a trying few weeks.

    For more information you can call me directly at 413-535-1789 ext. 3

    Thanks for your support in advance.


    Diego Angarita
    Director of Youth Programs and Policy

  3. Will Flanders writes,

    Looking for a way that you can contribute to the SFABA, the local business community, and the Hurricane Irene recovery effort? Here's your chance.

    The SFABA needs volunteers to help run the 3rd Annual Salmon Falls Street Fest, this coming Saturday, September 17, 2011 from 12Noon – 7pm.

    The Street Fest this year will be better than ever, lots of fun, good music, and interesting venders. This year the Street Fest will be dedicated to the West County Relief Fund.

    We need:

    1. Volunteers to help set up the Street Fest on Friday, September 16, from 4pm – 7pm.
    2. Volunteers to staff the SFABA booth (selling beer, wine, t-shirts, and sweatshirts) for the following shifts:
    1. 11am – 1pm
    2. 1pm – 4pm
    3. 4pm – 7pm
    3. Volunteers to help clean up after the Street Fest from 7pm – about 9pm.

    Can you help? If you’re willing and able to help out during one or more of these time slots, please call

    Will Flanders, Volunteer Coordinator, at 413-625-2525


    Disaster Recovery Centers are now open in Greenfield and Buckland/Shelburne Falls in Franklin County to serve those whose homes or businesses were affected by Tropical Storm Irene.

    Representatives from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the U.S. Small Business Administration, along with other agencies, are on hand to explain disaster assistance programs and help you through the recovery process.

    The Recovery Centers are open at the following locations:


    Green River Elementary School
    62 Meridian Street
    Greenfield, MA 01301


    Mohawk Trail Regional High School
    26 Ashfield Road
    Shelburne Falls, MA 01370

    The centers will operate from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday, until further notice. Additional disaster recovery centers are expected to open throughout the declared counties.

    If you have damage or losses as a result of the tropical storm, you are encouraged to register with FEMA before going to the recovery center. You may register by calling 800-621-FEMA (3362) or 800-462-7585(TTY) for people with a hearing or speech impairment. Help is available in most languages. Registration also can be completed online at or using a Web-enabled mobile device or smartphone at and follow the link “apply online for federal assistance.”

  5. The Cooperative Fund of New England is raising $ for organic growers and co-ops with damage from Irene:!/notes/cooperative-development-institute/cdf-establishes-hurricane-irene-cooperative-recovery-fund/262043460483175

    “Citing the need to help in the recovery of the cooperative community that was in the path of Hurricane Irene, the Cooperative Development Foundation (CDF) today announced the launch of the Hurricane Irene Cooperative Recovery Fund at

    The fund will direct tax-deductible contributions specifically to individuals and cooperative businesses along the East Coast and throughout New England who have experienced losses. The fund also will seek to assist organic farmers who are prime suppliers to food cooperatives.”

  6. People who need to rebuild or repair may be able to access some existing non-disaster resources:

    * USDA Rural Development – has loans (and grants) for low-income people in rural towns to make home repairs. They also have mortgages for low and moderate income people who don’t qualify for normal financing. Call the local Hadley office for more info: (413)585-1000 (and read more at

    * Franklin County Regional Housing Authority – up to $30,000 loan for eligible repairs for people who are income eligible in select towns. or call 413-863-9781 (X 132 or 121)

    * Mass Save – free home energy assessment, incentives for insulating and 0% heat loan. No income eligibility requirements. or call Call 1-866-527-7283

  7. Patrick-Murray Administration Announces Disaster Unemployment Assistance

    Individuals in Berkshire and Franklin Counties May be Eligible for Unemployment Insurance Benefits

    September 6, 2011 – The Patrick-Murray Administration announced today that Federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance benefits are available to help those left jobless as a result of damage and flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene. On September 3, 2011, President Obama declared Massachusetts a federal disaster area, making the state eligible for federal disaster aid to supplement recovery efforts in the areas struck by the tropical storm.

    The Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) declared Berkshire and Franklin Counties as official disaster areas and under that declaration, individuals living, working, or scheduled to work in those counties may be eligible for disaster unemployment assistance benefits.

    An individual must be continuously unemployed as a direct result of the tropical storm in order to continue receiving Disaster Unemployment Assistance and, if eligible, he or she can collect benefits for the weeks during which they fulfilled the necessary criteria. Workers who experienced temporary job loss as a direct result of the disaster and who do not qualify for state Unemployment Insurance Benefits, such as self-employed individuals, may be eligible for Disaster Unemployment Assistance.

    The disaster assistance period began on August 28, 2011 and ends the week ending March 3, 2012, and the filing deadline for individuals eligible for assistance is October 6, 2011. Please note that benefits received under Disaster Unemployment Assistance do not impact employers’ experience rate. The first payable week will be the week ending September 3, 2011. An individual must be continuously unemployed as a direct result of the disaster in order to continue receiving Disaster Unemployment Assistance and, if eligible, he or she can collect benefits for the weeks during which they fulfilled the necessary criteria. Workers who experienced temporary job loss as a direct result of the tropical storm and who do not qualify for state Unemployment Insurance Benefits, such as self-employed individuals, may be eligible for Disaster Unemployment Assistance.

    “We are grateful to President Obama for swift action to aid the Massachusetts communities impacted by Tropical Storm Irene,” said Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Joanne F. Goldstein. “Relief for eligible individuals is available through Disaster Unemployment Assistance. It’s important that people who are eligible access these funds as soon as possible.”

    Examples of reasons for unemployment that may make a person eligible to receive Disaster Unemployment Assistance:

    • You were injured in the disaster and are unable to work, whether you are an employee or self- employed.
    • Your workplace was damaged or destroyed; or you can’t work because of the disaster.
    • Your transportation to work is not available because of the disaster.
    • You cannot get to your job because you must travel through the area affected by the disaster.
    • You were about to begin working, but could not because of the disaster.
    • You derived most of your income from areas affected by the disaster, whether you worked for yourself or for an employer, and your business is down as a direct result of the disaster.

    Please note: this list is not exhaustive and if you are uncertain as to your eligibility, you are encouraged to apply. All applicants will be required to submit wage information and documentation regarding the basis of your claim. Any impacted individuals may file a claim for unemployment benefits due to Tropical Storm Irene. All claims must be filed by October 6, 2011. Please call the Department of Unemployment Assistance at 1-877-232-6200 if you are an unemployed worker or self-employed individual who lived, worked, or was scheduled to work in the area impacted by the tropical storm. For more information, please visit

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  8. Cleaning up ? Rebuilding? Repairing?

    Read this:

    Key points:
    * If your home has been damaged by the Hurricane you will need to contact your insurance company. Rain from above, or water damage from below may be treated differently.

    * Consumers with insurance concerns should contact the Division of Insurance at (888) 563-4467 or (617) 521-7794.

    No insurance? Need more help? Try calling Mass 211 for assistance.

  9. Dear Mohawk, Hawlemont and Rowe School Communities:

    Outstanding news! Despite the extraordinary circumstances and many uncertainties, we are on track to open school the day after Labor Day, Tuesday, September 6th.

    Several bus drivers conducted a test run yesterday to assess the condition of the roads and develop revised bus routes. Excellent news- it appears that all of our students will have access to bussing, which I believe will eliminate any need to involve the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) in our start of school plans. Some of the bus stops will not be accessible until the roads are repaired, so some parents will need to identify the nearest alternate bus stop and make arrangements to transport their children to those stops. Please see the attached revised bus schedule, which will also be available on As the roads are repaired over the coming weeks/months, closed bus stops will be re-opened.

    More good news- the water crisis in Shelburne has been averted. Repairs were made to the system and the water passed a test for potability (suitable for drinking). As a result, BSE will open on Tuesday and host Hawlemont until its school is repaired, which could be several weeks or more. While there may be some sharing of resources, BSE and Hawlemont classes will not be blended; essentially, the two schools will operate independently within the same building. Principals Giguere and Svoboda have sorted out most of the logistics and will make adjustments as needed once the school year begins.

    It appears that the Massachusetts Army National Guard is wrapping-up its emergency operations and will move out of Mohawk by Friday. While the District has been prepared to support the Guard indefinitely, this timing will work very well for the students. There will be no need to contingency plan a sharing of the building; Mohawk will be back to normal just in time for the first day of school. We are grateful for the emergency assistance provided by the Guard. It is my intention to find an appropriate way to say thank you to the troops, which I hope can be led by the students.

    It is going to take some time to restore Hawlemont to a condition safe for students and staff. Despite the removal of many tanker trucks of water, seepage continues to flow into the boiler room. Building repair and restoration efforts cannot begin until the seepage stops. The mud/sludge covering the outdoor grounds needs to be addressed as well. While this process may take some time, it is important to note that the students will have a very good home within BSE, which has enough classrooms available to support all of Hawlemont. Bussing has been arranged to transport the students from Hawlemont to BSE; Principal Svoboda will provide logistical details to the Hawlemont families.

    The number of folks using Colrain as a shelter has dropped to one person. Arrangements are being made to relocate the shelter, so the building will be back to normal in time for the start of school.

    Nothing significant to report. We anticipate a smooth opening next Tuesday.


    Michael A. Buoniconti
    Superintendent of Schools
    Mohawk Trail Regional School District
    Hawlemont Regional School District
    Rowe School District
    24 Ashfield Road
    Shelburne Falls, MA 01370
    Phone: (413) 625-0192 x10
    Fax: (413) 625-0196

  10. Updated Bus Routes

    Opening September 6, 2011



    ROUTE: #1 6:16 Hazelton Rd., 6:20 Crn of Hazelton/Tunnel Rd., 6:23 Petrie Rd., 6:25 Tunnel Rd., 6:26 Crn of Tunnel/ Brittingham 6:30 Newell Cross Rd., 6:32 Ford Hill Rd., 6:36 Old Cyrus Stage Rd., 6:40
    Pond Rd., 6:42 Kings Highway/ Zoar Rd., 6:43 Zoar Rd., 6:57 Rt 2/ Shun Pike Meet bus #80, 7:00 Tea St., 7:02 Main St. Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE: #2 6:50 Crn of East Hawley Rd/West Hawley Rd/South River 7:08 West Oxbow Rd, 7:23 Heath Stage Rd. Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE: #3 6:45 Heath Highway Dept., 6:51 Crn Number Nine Rd/8A., 7:11 W. Main St., 7:21 School House/South, 7:22 Burrington Hill Rd, 7:23 Avery Rd., 7:25 Indian Plaza. Continue onto Mohawk High

    ROUTE: #4 6:38 8A North, 6:43 Sadoga Rd., 6:50 Underwood Hill Rd. 6:54 Sumner Stetson Rd., 6:59 8A South/Rowe Rd., 7:01 8A South. 7:08 Colrain Stage/Swamp 7:11 Swamp Rd/Flagg Hill Rd. /Taylor Brook
    Rd. Group Stop. 7:15 Taylor Brook Rd., 7:20 Avery Brook Rd. 7:25 Rt 2. Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE: #5., 7:15 Hawlemont School, 7:20 South St/Rt. 2. 7:25 continue on Rt.2. Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE: #6 6:40 Old South/ Gloyd, 6:46 South Central St., 6:50 Mr. Tire (Meet #88), 6:52 N. Union St., 6:53 North St., 6:55 Hawley Fire Station, 7:24 Lower Rd. /Martin. Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE: #7 6:30 Steady Lane, 6:35 Spruce Corner Rd. 6:40 Plainfield Rd., 6:38 John Ford Rd/Rt. 116. 6:40 Jones Ave/Rt. 116. 6:42 Bow/Rt.116, 6:45 Plainfield/ John Ford Rd., /Ranney Crn Rd., 6:50 Watson
    Spruce Crn. Rd., 7:00 Watson Spruce Crn/Ford Rd., 7:05 Bear Swamp Rd., 7:10 Rt. 112, 7:15 Upper St/Orcutt Hill (group stop). 7:16 Upper St. 7:20 Ashfield Rd. Continue onto Mohawk High School

    ROUTE: # 8 6:30 Williamsburg Rd/Bird Hill Rd., 6:35 Williamsburg Rd., 6:40 Crn of West/ Brier Hill 6:42 Brier Hill 6:45 Creamery Rd., 6:46 turn around at Conway Rd/ North Poland Rd. 6:52 Hill Rd., 6:54

    Burton Hill Rd., 6:56 Conway Rd., 7:05 Hawley Rd., 7:08 Hawley/ Brown Rd 7:09 Hawley Rd. /Old Stage Rd., 7:13 Hawley Rd., 7:14 Crn Hawley Rd/Apple Valley 7:18 Rt 112 State Rest Area Continue onto
    Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE #9 6:55 Cape St. 7:00 Group stop at Neighbors- 7:03 Main St./South St/Baptist Crn Rd., 7:06 Baptist Crn., 7:13 Baptist Crn Rd./March Rd., 7:11 Baptist Crn Rd.,,7:15 Wilder Hill/ Conway Rd.,7:18
    Shelburne Falls Rd. 7:20 South St., 7:22 Elm St. 7:24 State St./Bridge St., 7:24 State St./North St. 7:26 State St/Old State St. Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE #11 6:40 E. Buckland Rd., 6:46 Crn E. Buckland Rd. /Hog Hollow Rd., 6:52 Howe’s Rd., 6:58 Crn Bray Rd. /Stone Rd., 7:00 Bray Rd., 7:05 Ashfield St., 7:07 Elm St/Dungarvin Dr., 7:09 Elm St. /
    Homestead Ave. 7:10 Elm/Pine, 7:13 Franklin St/Ashfield St., 7:15 Crn Sears St./Clement, 7:18 Sears St/North St. 7:23 North St. Continue onto Mohawk High School

    ROUTE #12 7:08 Adamsville Rd/Foundry Village Rd., 7:10 Foundry Village Rd., 7:13 Foundry Village/York Rd., 7:16 Church/ Main Rd., 7:17 High St/Main Rd., 7:20 continue on Main Rd. Continue onto
    Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE #13 6:54 Thomson RD/Jacksonville Rd., 6:55 Jacksonville Rd., 6:56 Jacksonville Rd. /Calvin Coombs Rd., 7:02 Jacksonville/River St., 7:05 Main Rd/RT112, 7:15 Rt.112/Adamsville Rd., 7:20 Call Rd.,
    7:22 Frankton Rd., 7:27 North River Rd. Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE #14 6:34 W. Leyden / Avery Hill., 6:35 West Leyden Rd., 6:39 Shelburne Line Rd., 6:42 E. Colrain Rd., 6:50 Crn E. Colrain Rd. /Van Nuys., 6:54 Scranton Farm, 6:56 Shelburne Line Rd., 6:58 Fiske Mill
    Rd., 7:02 Fiske Mill/Brook. Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE # 15 6:40 Mohawk Trail, 6:45 Shelburne Town Garage, 6:47 Colrain Shelburne Rd., 6:50 Coombs Hill Rd., 6:53 Little Mohawk Rd., 6:57 Reynolds Rd, 7:00 Crn Little Mohawk/ Patten Rd., 7:03 Frank
    Williams/ Skinner, 7:05 Frank Williams Rd. 7:08Little Mohawk Rd., 7:10 Mercy Anderson Lane/ Rt 2, 7:20 South Maple/Warren St., 7:22 Church St./Severance St., 7:23 Mechanic/Church St., 7:25 Mohawk Trail/
    Creamery Ave. Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE# 18 6:35 Mohawk Trail 6:40 Big Y/Staples (Greenfield) 6:55 Zerah Fisk Rd., 7:00 South Shelburne Rd., 7:02 South Shelburne RD. /Old Albany Rd., 7:05 Taylor Rd. /Guy Manners Rd., 7:10 Bardwell
    Ferry Rd., 7:15 Shelburne Center Rd. Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE # 80 FEEDER BUS 6:40 Whitcomb Hill Rd/River Rd., 6:55 Mohawk Park 6:57 Meet Rt. #1, Transfer (Shun Pike) Rest Area.

    ROUTE # 81 FEEDER BUS 6:45 Legate Hill Rd/Laurel Ln., 6:46 Legate Hill/Potters Rd., 6:53 Rt. 8A North, 6:57 Vincent Rd. /Rt. 8A north, 7: 00 Mountain Rd/South Heath Rd., 7:04 Burrington Rd. 7:10 East
    Oxbow Rd. /Hawk Hill. Continue to Mohawk High School

    ROUTE # 84 FEEDER BUS 7:05 Crn Fort Lucas Rd/Phillips Dr., 7:11 Prolovich Rd., Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE # 86 FEEDER BUS 7:00 Old Greenfield Rd., 7:10 Barnard Rd., 7:20 Cooper Lane, 7:28 Halligan Ave. Continue onto Mohawk High School.

    ROUTE # 88 FEEDER BUS 6:18 Summit St., 6:18 West Main. 6:20 Prospect/Main St., 6:30 West St., 6:32 Main St., 6:35 Upper Liberty St/Prospect St., 6:50 Meet bus #6 at Mr. Tire.

    ROUTE #1 7:25 Mohawk High School Pick up Choice Students, 7:35 Curtis Country Store 7:54 Stone Hill Rd., 7:57 Leshure Rd., 8:00 Cross rd., 8:07 Ford Hill Rd., 8:10 Crn of Shippee Rd/ Ford Hill Rd 8:12
    Newell Cross Rd (Group Stop) 8:13 Hazelton Rd. Continue onto Rowe Elementary.

    ROUTE # 80R 7:25 Crn Whitcomb Hill Rd/River Rd. 7:38 Zoar Rd., 7:45Tunnel Rd, 7:50 Zoar Rd., 7:52 King Highway 7:55 Drop at Rowe School, 8:02 Old Cyrus Stage Rd., 8:05 Davenport Branch Rd., 8:16
    Davis Mine Rd. Continue onto Rowe Elementary.

    ROUTE #2H 8:00 Crn East Hawley Rd/West Hawley Rd Rd/South River Rd, 8:05 Maxille/8A, 8:07 Vincent Rd. /8A. 8:08 8A/North Heath Rd., Continue onto the Buckland Shelburne Elementary.

    ROUTE #5H 7:40 Park and Ride (School Choice Students) 7:45 Rt.2, 7:47 Meet Feeder at the end of E. Oxbow Rd., 7:50 Antique Shop, 7:55 Rt2/South St., 7:58 Main St. Rt2. 8:00 Cold River, 8:03 Tea St., 8:10
    Shun Pike Rest Area 8:20 Rice Oil parking lot (end of long bridge)., 8:22 Hawlemont Regional Elementary School Continue onto Buckland Shelburne Elementary.

    ROUTE #81H 7:40 Hawk Hill Rd. 7:45 Deer Run Ln. 7:47 West Oxbow Rd, 7:51 Crn Rt2 /Avery Rd., 7:59 Burrington Hill, 8:11 Legate/Potters Rd., 8:13 Legate Hill. 8:22 Zoar Rd., 8:27 Tea St. Continue onto
    Buckland Shelburne Elementary.

    ROUTE #3 7:30- 7:40 Mohawk High School (school Choice Kids) 7:44 Indian Plaza Rt2, 7:47 Rte 2/E.Oxbow Rd. 7:55 Burrington Rd., 8:00 Ledger Rd., 8:01 South Rd., 8:10 West Main St., 8:15 Branch Hill Rd.,
    8:18 Crn Number Nine Rd. / Rt. 8A. Continue onto Heath Elementary.

    ROUTE #4 7:52 Avery Brook Rd., 7:55 Swamp Rd. /Taylor Brook/Flagg Hill, 7:58 Colrain Stage Rd., 7:59 Colrain Stage/Hosmer Rd., 8:00 Colrain Stage Rd., 8:03 Branch Hill Rd., 8:10 Sumner Stetson, 8:15
    Sadoga Rd. /Bellor Rd., 8:17 Sadoga Rd, continue back 8:19 Sadoga Rd., 8:22 8A North. Continue onto Heath Elementary.

    ROUTE #6S 7:55 Spruce Crn Rd. 8:00 Plainfield Rd., 8:04 Crn Gloyd/ South Central, 8:06 S. Central St., 8:12 N. Union St., 8:16 North St, 8:17 Campbell Rd., 8:18 Grant St., 8:19 Bow St 8:20 Bow St./East St,
    8:26 John Ford Rd/ RT 116/Randy Crn Rd.., 8:27 Spruce Crn. Rd. Continue to Sanderson Academy

    ROUTE #7S 8:00 Old Stage Rd/ Hawley Rd, 8:03 Hawley Rd, 8:05 Crn Hawley Rd/Apple Valley 8:15 Rt.112 State Rest Area, 8:20 Rt 112/ Smith Rd, 8:22 Main St., 8:25 Norton Hill Rd, 8:27 Steady Lane/West
    Rd., 8:30 Cape St/Dyer Rd. Continue back to Sanderson.

    ROUTE #8S 8:05 Williamsburg Rd/Bird Hill Rd., 8:10 Williamsburg Rd., 8:15 West Rd., 8:17 Conway Rd., 8:19 Bullitt/Conway Rd., 8:23 Hill Rd., 8:24 Crn Hill Rd/Burton Hill Rd., 8:25 Burton Hill Rd., 8:27
    Creamery Rd. Continue to Sanderson Academy.

    ROUTE #9S 8:04 Baptist Crn Rd/Warger Rd., 8:06 Baptist Crn /March Rd., 8:08 Baptist Crn Rd., /Phillips. 8:10 Baptist Crn Rd., 8:11 Edge Hill Golf Course, 8:15 Baptist Crn Rd., 8: 18 Main/ South St., 8:20 Main
    St. 8:22 Buckland Rd. Continue to Sanderson Academy.

    ROUTE #88S 7:35 W. Main St., 7:45 West St., 7:50 Mountain/Prospect, 7:55 Summit St., 8:02 Main St., 8:05 Upper/Lower St. 8:16 East Main St., 8:20 Watson Spruce Crn Rd., 8:25 Watson Spruce Crn Rd. /Bear
    Swamp Rd., 8:29 Bug Hill/Ford Hill, 8:30 Suburban Dr. Continue to Sanderson Academy.

    ROUTE#11B 7:40 Ashfield Rd., 7:47 Rt 112 State Rest Area. 7:52 Upper St/Orcutt Hill Rd, 8:00 Charlemont Rd/ Upper St. 8:06 Ashfield Rd., 8:09 East Buckland Rd., 8:19 Howe’s Rd., 8:22 Bray Rd., 8:25 Bray/
    Stone Rd., 8:25 Ashfield St. /Franklin St., 8:30 State St/North St., 8:35 Continue to BSE.

    ROUTE #15B 7:40 Mohawk Trail, 7:42 Blackmer Insurance, 7:45 Meet Rt. #14 Shelburne Town Garage, 7:53 Colrain Shelburne Rd., 7:55 Coombs Hill, 8:00 Reynolds Rd., 8:04 Crn. Patten/ Little Mohawk Rd.,
    8:06 Frank Williams Rd., 8:07 Frank Williams/ Skinner, 8:08 Skinner Rd, 8:15 Mohawk Trail. Continue on to BSE.

    ROUTE # 18B 7:50 Old Greenfield Rd 7:59 South Shelburne Rd., 8:04 Guy Manners Rd/ Taylor Rd., 8:12 Zerah, 8:18 Shelburne Center Rd. Continue on to BSE

    ROUTE #86B 7:40 Cooper Lane, 7:51 Barnard Rd., 8:02 Stotter Rd., 8:28 Frankton Rd. Continue to BSE.

    ROUTE #12C 7:55 Rainville parking lot, 8:00 Call Rd/ Shattuckville Rd, 8:02 Call Rd., 8:10 Adamsville Rd., 8:15 Crn Rt 112/ Foundry Village Rd., 8:30 Main Rd. Continue to Colrain Central School.

    ROUTE #13C 8:00 Adamsville Rd/Foundry Village Rd 8:06 Foundry Village 8:08 Main Rd. 8:12 Jacksonville Rd. 8:15 Calvin Coombs/Jacksonville 8:16 Continue on Jacksonville 8:19 Thompson/Jacksonville Rd.,
    Turn around. Continue back to Colrain Central School.

    ROUTE #14C 7:30 Mohawk Trail, 7:35 Big Y / Staples, 7:42 Mohawk Trail (Jed’s) 7:45 Meet Rt #15 Shelburne Town, 7:52 Greenfield Rd., 7:54 West Leyden Rd., 8:09 East Colrain Rd., 8:15 Crn East Colrain/
    Van Nuys, 8:16 Van Nuys Rd., 8:25 Greenfield Rd., 8:30 Jacksonville /River St. Continue to Colrain Central School.

    ROUTE #84C 8:02 Prolovich Rd. 8:18 New Country Rd. Continue to Colrain Central School.

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