Salem Community Patriot
8 - April 2, 2010
Webster Greene Visits Kelley Library
by Robyn Hatch
The Kelley Library was pleased to welcome Dennis Webster Greene of
Webster Greene Antiques and Interiors of Methuen, MA, who presented “Treasures in Your Attic.” Greene established Webster Greene Antiques and Interiors 30 years ago.
Last year, he purchased and renovated a 1790s cape-style house located at 306 Broadway in Methuen for the business, which allows for several room settings to display their incredible finds. In addition to the pursuit and purveyance of fine American and European 18th, 19th, and 20th century antiques, they offer interior design services for both the domestic and commercial market. Webster Greene Antiques and Interiors exhibits at major antique shows all over the East Coast, including the world-famous Brimfield Market three times a year, as well as in major cities such as Manhattan and Miami. Their travels have afforded them the opportunities to meet and develop clientele, including Martha Stewart, Barbara Streisand, Judge Judy Sheindlin,
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Dennis Webster Greene presents “Treasures in Your Attic”
Alan Alda, and the Keno Twins, to name a few. The passion for antiques and interior design has evolved into seminar and lecture talks that cover many interesting aspects and topics. For more information on Webster Greene Antiques and Interiors, please visit www. wgantique.com.
Community Comes Together for First Annual Styles & Smiles Breast Cancer Charity Event
submitted by Donna Bramante InDelicato
After months of preparation and effort by Team BellaDonna and
Windham High School students, Styles & Smiles Fashion Show and Raffle will open its doors to the public on Sunday, April 11, at 1:30 p.m. Little fashionistas to stylish seniors will be treated to an exciting afternoon featuring styles from area clothing stores. Reflecting a community-wide effort, Styles & Smiles models reach across the ages, as students and staff, local women’s group representatives, and area children stride across the stage to show off spring and summer styles for men, women, and children. Hair designs and makeup by award-winning local spas will transform models, several of whom have been directly impacted by breast cancer, from ordinary to extraordinary.
In addition to the fashion promenade, Styles & Smiles patrons will be treated to exciting live dance by Londonderry Dance Academy, a student-produced short film, and music by a Windham High ensemble. A comic “Pink Project Runway” competition, judged by area “celebrities,” will challenge pairs of audience volunteers to create outfits from miscellaneous materials and present them to the audience mid-way through the show. Delicious refreshments will be offered during intermission. Dozens of raffle items will be available. The event will close with dramatic prom and formal fashions, a “survivor” segment, words from the Avon Foundation, and raffle prize drawings. It has been a year of firsts at the newly launched Windham High School, but both students and teachers have risen to the
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many challenges of beginning high school programs from scratch. A major focus at the school has been community service. Leading the charge to develop globally responsible students have been the Windham High School S.M.I.L.E.S Club and the Windham High Student Council. Local breast cancer support organization, Team BellaDonna, has collaborated with these groups to produce the “Styles & Smiles” cancer fundraiser and awareness event. The event has been a win for all involved, with students gaining the confidence that comes with successfully planning a multi- faceted event, and many becoming empowered to take action against cancer. Since the first “Styles & Smiles” event meeting in December, the fashion and raffle event grew from a single idea to a community-wide effort. Generous donations from area businesses are allowing 100 percent of the proceeds to benefit the Avon Breast Cancer Foundation, a 501(c)3 public charity. The fashion event occurs during a week-long cancer awareness campaign planned by the freshman and sophomore students of Windham High School. Tickets for the Styles & Smiles Breast Cancer Charity Fashion
Show and Raffle are available for purchase. The public is invited to enjoy a spring afternoon out, a chance to socialize, and fabulous entertainment while supporting the breast cancer cause. The curtain rises at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 11, at Windham High School Theatre. For more information, visit www. teambelladonna.weebly.com or call 434-9622.
Boys & Girls Club of Salem Celebrates
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submitted by Rachel Hill, Boys & Girls Club of Salem
The Boys & Girls Club of Salem joined Boys & Girls Clubs across America last week to celebrate National Boys & Girls Club Week, March 21-27, by hosting several events to emphasize the importance and value of the Clubs to the Salem community. The organization invited everyone to come visit the Club, and see firsthand the impact being made on today’s youth. “Boys & Girls Clubs are increasingly playing a vital role in many young people’s lives,” said Mike Goodwin, Chief Professional Officer of the Club. “In today’s economic climate, we offer a positive place for kids whose parents are seeking an economical, safe, and enriching environment for their children.” Boys & Girls Clubs are unique in the field
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of child development due to five identifying characteristics. Clubs provide: • A safe place to learn and grow, • Ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals,
• Life-enhancing programs and character development experiences,
• Hope and opportunity, and • Peer, staff, and volunteer recognition. For more than 75 years, Clubs have
celebrated Boys & Girls Club Week in a variety of ways, all with an emphasis on five core Club program areas: Character & Leadership Development; Education & Career Development; Health & Life Skills; The Arts; and Sports, Fitness & Recreation. Activities in these five core areas support Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s overarching goal to help each child reach their full potential and be great by securing academic success, living a healthy lifestyle, and distinguishing themselves as young leaders. Planned activities during Boys & Girls Club
Week included: Be Great Button Drive, Fun Swim, Cookie Decorating, Games Room Tournaments, Computer Game Tournaments, and Gym Activities. To learn more about these activities, contact
the Boys & Girls Club of Salem at 898-7709, or visit www.salembgc.org.
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