NoteWorthy – 7/21/19
AROUND THE VALLEY
High Vibration and Wellness Named July Business of the Month
In an effort to recognize outstanding achievement in the Greater Haverhill community, the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce named High Vibration Wellness Inc. “Business of the Month.” This award is given to a Chamber member that is a proven leader in their business or industry and excels in the areas of community involvement, economic growth, customer service and professional relationships.
High Vibration Wellness Inc. specializes in helping people live more productive, successful, happy and pain free lives. Sue Cullen works with a variety of people including school children, office workers, teachers and seniors in private and group settings. As an internationally certified Wellpro Wellness Coach and Usui and Shamballa Reiki II practitioner, Cullen adds balance to her client’s physical wellness program. Reiki is a Japanese form of energy work that promotes healing through energy flow. It moves the energy in your body to promote healing and wellness.
Amesbury Carriage Museum Receives Lead Donation from Dan Healey for the Industrial History Center
Dan Healey, a successful Amesbury businessman and philanthropist, has pledged $100,000 to the Amesbury Carriage Museum (ACM) towards the development and build-out of space in what will become the Industrial History Center at Mill 2. This is the space donated by Greg Jardis in the city’s upper millyard and the home of Amesbury Industrial Supply.
The space will be the first physical location for ACM since its start in 1985.
Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union Unites Kids and Shelter Animals
For the second consecutive year, Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union is sponsoring a collaboration between the Greater Lowell Family YMCA and Lowell Humane Society. The “Tales 4 Tails” program allows children at the YMCA to visit Lowell Humane Society to read aloud to dogs, cats, rabbits and other shelter animals that are awaiting adoption.
“Last year was such a success,” said Erin Hebert, Summer Reading Program Director and Membership Director at the Greater Lowell Family YMCA. “There are so many kids where the thought of getting picked in the middle of the classroom to read out loud causes so much anxiety. Here, there is no judgement. They’re getting to read out loud, it’s helping to build their fluency in reading and their confidence level to read out loud, and they continue to build a passion.”
Helicopter Ball Drop Raffle to Support Saints Campus First Floor Renovation
Entries are still available for the Helicopter Ball Drop Raffle, an annual highlight of Lowell General Hospital’s Golf Challenge on August 19 at The International in Bolton.
The Helicopter Ball Drop is a 50/50 raffle with a dramatic twist. Each entry buys a golf ball, which will be delivered and dropped by a swooping helicopter onto the 18th green. The lucky winner is the person whose ball comes closest to the pin. Last year, the winner won $3,600.
The Helicopter Ball Drop is sponsored by Trinity Emergency Medical Services. The donations from the 50/50 Helicopter Ball Drop and the Golf Challenge will support the first floor renovation of Lowell General Hospital’s Saints Campus.
MORE IN THE VALLEY
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MOVERS & SHAKERS
Enterprise Bank CEO Jack Clancy was recently elected to the New Hampshire Bankers Association board of directors at their annual meeting. Clancy is one of four new members elected to the 10-member board. Clancy has been with Enterprise Bank for 31 years and in the role of CEO for more than 12 years. The New Hampshire Bankers Association is a statewide, not-for-profit trade association.