8 - September 23, 2011 | Salem Community Patriot Salemfest- continued from front page
Valerie Turtin with her artwork
Women’s Club: Barbara Elliot, Bea Newton, Dolly Falco and Louise Rand
Cross Lutheran Church. During the two days,
events could be seen taking place while food was offered everywhere - from St. David’s home baked cookies to apples picked and baked into wonderful pies and assorted made by the Greystone farm residents. Salemhaven offered a waffle breakfast, a grilled lunch and miniature horses. Silverthorne Adult Day Center offered fudge and apple crisp, baskets to bid on and arts
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long-time resident of Salem. She has worked in the legal profession for approximately 18 years – working first as a paralegal and now as an attorney. She
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and trusts, probate litigation, real estate and contract law in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She received her law and undergraduate degrees with honors from the Massachusetts School of Law and Rivier College in Paralegal Studies.
Nadine was a trusts and estates paralegal for over fourteen (14) years. She worked as a Fiduciary Administrator in Palm Beach County, Florida for close to a decade at the prominent New York law firm of Proskauer Rose LLP. Before Florida, Nadine worked as a paralegal preparing estate plans for McLane, Graf, Raulerson &
and crafts. The Salem Animal Rescue League had animals available for adoption and canine training tips. Greystone’s famous Chowder Walk to benefit Alzheimer’s and Honor Flight of New England was again played to benefit veterans. Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation was on site to discuss Type 1 Diabetes, while the Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital Network showed how to make permanent lifestyle changes for a healthier life. Salem Lions again requested used eyeglasses, sunglasses and hearing aids to be donated for people in need. To start the day Kelley Library had their famous book sale to a full house early in the morning. Civil War Living Historians showcased civil war era clothes and demonstrated how laundry was done “the old fashioned way.” Girl Scouts had a craft to make and take away. Popcorn was sold by the American Legion and Auxiliary Post 63, and handmade baby afghans and lap robes were available
Civil War Living Historical Washing Museum
Working with the railroad: Caitlin Rolon, “OBama,” Hayzel Ramirez - Success By 6
for purchase. The Salem Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) was present and helping anyone who needed an extra hand. The Farmer’s Market was on site to discuss vegetables and pass out information on the bicycle and pedestrian rail corridor. The Woman’s Club filled everyone up with tasty baked goods, and Salem Family
Laurie Williams buying books
Resources Success by 6 could be seen entertaining the small children with train information and coloring. Kids enjoyed face painting and bounce houses. This day was a real success and one to be long remembered.
Salemhaven 31st Craft Fair
submitted by Sonny Tylus This last Saturday, Salemhaven had its 31st annual craft fair.
This event was started at St. David’s Church. Over the years it evolved into Salemfest. In addition to the crafts, there was some great food, demos, miniature horses, facing painting, raffles, mums for sale. The Salem Animal Rescue League (SARL) was also there and hosted an adoption day. They brought several dogs, much to the joy of attendees. The big raffle item was a wheelbarrow full of goodies including assorted gift cards from restaurants, $200 in cash, handmade soap, liquor, a centerpiece donated by Ford Flowers, etc. The whole package including the wheelbarrow has a value of $800. Tickets are on sale until October 25. You can stop by Salemhaven and buy a raffle ticket. Last year, this raffle item raised about $2,000. Stephanie Micklon explained how all the money raised benefits the Residents Council Activity Fund which is managed by the residents. The funds are used for trips, outings, luncheons, entertainment, craft supplies, etc. Many of residents don’t have the extra cash to pay for these activities so the funds provides this. She explained how these little things “improve the quality of life.”
As part of the celebration,
Middleton, P.A. of New Hampshire. Nadine also wrote an article on post- nuptial agreements, which was published in the NH Bar Journal in fall of 2008. She worked on updating and editing the NH Practice: Probate Law: Adminstration of
Estates, Trusts and Guardianships for Charles A. DeGrandpre, Esq. and William V.A. Zorn, Esq. – a guide for attorneys on probate law in New Hampshire.
Nadine was a panelist speaker for the NH Bar Associations’ continuing education program on Prenuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements in May of 2010. Her new article on the new laws on “in terrorem” (“no-contest”) clauses in Wills and Trusts in New Hampshire will be published in the NH Bar Journal this fall.
Nadine is located at 300 Brick Stone Square, Suite 201, Andover, MA. For more information visit www.MA-NHEstateLaw.com
or call (603) 952-4491.
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Jessica Young and Xeena, a giant Snousa who is 7 years old and can be adopted at SARL.
Diane McPherson and Gail Cox selling raffle tickets for the wheel barrel
Silverthorne also took part with crafts and some great food as sampled by this reporter. All the money raised goes to helping fund activities. The Salemhaven and Silverthorne campus offers made types of services, adult care, nursing home and rehabilitation. Both organizations would like to thank all the people who donated items, the volunteers who gave their time and the community for their support.
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