The United Way of Pioneer Valley hosted a luncheon to celebrate its centennial. This luncheon was a lively and well-attended affair, featuring keynote speaker Chirlane McCray, the former first lady of New York City, and senior advisor for the National Council of Mental Well Being. The United Way of Pioneer Valley is celebrating 100 years of working to improve the lives of people in our area with a luncheon at the Sheraton Springfield. The organization took this time to bestow awards and acknowledge long-time partners who helped them reach this milestone with their support. The luncheon was emceed by 22News’ own Rich Tettemer.