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Salem Community Patriot 6 - November 26, 2010

Haigh School Receives Turkey Donations for Thanksgiving Baskets

by Robyn Hatch Now is the season for giving, and no place but Haigh School is this showing up to such an extreme. Ten turkeys and home-baked pies were donated by a Salem family to put in each of the baskets that are being given to Salem families in the Haigh area. Each basket was made with individualism, and a special “love” was added to each. Candy bars, towels, and cute little extras were added to each basket. This was an anonymous delivery of these 10 family baskets put together by staff and friends. These were made for those families who are facing hardship at this time of year. These baskets will do more than fill empty bellies; they will help restore faith that there really are people who live among us who care for their brothers and sisters. There is a saying, “The more you give, the more you have. Abundance creates the ability to give; giving creates abundance.” This is a wonderful way to start the holiday season! (Michael Ouellette and son, Kyle, were the generous people who donated the turkeys and pies.)

Helping Young Professionals Excel (HYPE) Social Media Lunch and Learn

Scott Barger of CMIT Solutions, Trent Sanders of 36Creative, and Sarah Linehan of Trivantus enjoy lunch

by S. Aaron Shamshoyan Helping Young Professionals Excel (HYPE) held a Social Media Lunch n’ Learn last Wednesday at Coffee Roasters Cafe with guest speakers from The Discovery Communications Group. Topics

Principal Christine Honey-Nadeau, Michael and Kyle Ouellette (turkey donations), and Amy Patenaude (Guidance)

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A fresh baked pie for each basket

Each basket was unique Young and established professionals enjoy networking

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