The Veronese Community Education Center at Wellspring House, home to the Adult Learning Initiative (ALI), has undergone a dramatic renovation.

Thanks to Windover Construction for their work and volunteer efforts, the space has been transformed from one large single classroom into a multi-room suite including a foyer, computer lab, conference room, galley kitchen and a working office space, complete with a separate entrance.

“We are thrilled with the new space and thankful to Windover Contruction for their fine work.  The new space beautifully meets Wellspring’s expanded programming needs providing small meeting spaces for students and teachers and for those working with the WERC program,” commented new board chair, Julie Bishop.

Back in use on May 30th, the new space now offers the ability for Wellspring’s adult education students to attend class, use computers for job searches and resume preparation, and receive career and educational counseling.

Wellspring plans to be up and running soon with North Shore Community College admissions to use the space for Accuplacer Placement exams.


Featured in the photo are Wellspring students, volunteers and staff, including Wellspring’s Executive Director Melissa Dimond (center, with scissors), as well as Peter Gordeau of Windover Construction, Mayor Sefatia Romeo-Theken, Councillor-at-Large Paul Lundberg, Ken Riehl, CEO of the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce, and of Joe Tofalo from the Office of Senator Bruce Tarr.



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