Salem Community Patriot | April 20, 2012 - 5
CEO Jack Clancy Announces Annual Management Promotions at Enterprise Bank
submitted by Enterprise Bank CEO Jack Clancy announced that the following annual promotions were voted at a recent meeting of the Board of Directors. At Enterprise Bank, promotions are not the result of any one specific professional achievement, but rather a culmination of many years of professional achievement, education, training and community involvement. Luke Bouchard - Senior Facilities Planner, Vice President. Luke joined Enterprise Bank in 2010, and is responsible for executing plans for capital improvements for the bank’s 19- branch network, as well as the main office complex in Lowell. Luke holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from the Wentworth Institute
Luke Bouchard - Senior Facilities Planner, Vice President.
Hampstead Academy Upper School Team: Destination Imagination State Finalists
submitted by Heather Wheeler, Hampstead Academy Congratulations to Zachary Miller, Jack Lawlor, Connor Capozzi,
Rachel Fonseca, and Morgan Copani: Hampstead Academy Destination ImagiNation team who came in first place in their division at the Destination ImagiNation State Finals in Hampton. They will be representing New Hampshire in the DI Global
Finals in Knoxville, Tennessee in May! Destination ImagiNation (DI) is an exhilarating after-school
activity in which students work in teams to solve mind-bending Challenges and present their solutions at Tournaments. Teams are tested to think on their feet, work together and devise original solutions that satisfy the requirements of the Challenges. Participants gain more than just basic knowledge and skills - they
learn to unleash their imaginations and take unique approaches to problem solving. To foster tomorrow’s leaders, Destination ImagiNation, Inc.
Happenings at St. Joseph Regional Catholic School
submitted by St. Joseph Regional Catholic School Spring is a busy time for all and St. Joseph Regional Catholic School is no exception. Continuing in our outreach programs, students and staff alike donated basic clothing necessities as well as school supplies to be sent off to our buddies at the Nagolie Children’s Home in Kenya. As part of this program, students from fifth through eight grades also correspond throughout the year with the children at the orphanage. In athletics, both the boys baseball and girls softball are teams underway with practices and games. In the lower grades, jump rope club is a fun and healthy afterschool activity for those involved. Other students have continued with spring sessions of computer club and robotics. The Mandarin class also continues to flourish. Our staff has been busy as
well. They recently attended the National Catholic Educators
Association conference which was held in Boston this month. There they attended a great variety of seminars related to both general education and subject specific topics. Our teachers have come back to school equipped with even more professional development, new ideas, and tools that can be incorporated into their classrooms. With spring comes a sense of renewal and revitalization, and it’s obvious throughout our school!
Medical Billing and Coding School
Owner/Specialist Michele Lenzi
We are. ARNNE (Animal Rescue Network of N.E.) Pet Adoption Day Hunter
Saturday, April 28th First Congregational Church, Pelham 11-2pm
To see a complete listing of our available dogs, please visit www.arnne.org
603-233-4801 Photos courtesy of Sea Jay Photography. Thank you to Beaver Valley Farm, Pelham for continued support Maggie
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provides a broad range of exciting, “hands-on and minds- on” experiences that teach creativity, teamwork, and problem solving and provide real-life opportunities to apply them. These experiences are designed to move beyond the rhetoric and meet the challenge of providing all young people the opportunity to learn the basic skills of the 21st Century. Destination ImagiNation is a program that builds participants’
creativity, teamwork and problem solving in enjoyable and meaningful ways. The goals of Destination ImagiNation are for participants to: • Foster creative and critical thinking. • Learn and apply creative problem solving tools and method. • Develop teamwork, collaboration and leadership skills. • Nurture research and inquiry skills, involving both creative exploration and attention to detail.
• Apply and enhance written and verbal communication and presentation skills (both impromptu and sustained).
• Promote the recognition, use and development of many and varied strengths and talents.
• Encourage competence in, enthusiasm for and commitment to real-life problem solving.
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of Technology. Involved in community affairs, Luke is a United Way volunteer team captain and a participant in Lowell General Hospital Cancer Walk activities. Luke resides in Salem. Sheryl Parsons - Vice President. A graduate of Northern Essex Community College, Sheryl began her career at Enterprise in 2004 and was named a bank officer in 2007. In 2011, Sheryl assumed responsibility for the management of the bank’s highly-successful Salem office. A resident of Londonderry, Sheryl contributes many volunteer hours to community activities including the Salem Chamber of Commerce, the Lions Club where she serves as President, and the Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. In announcing these promotions, CEO Clancy stated that “we are proud to have such talented and skilled professionals as part of the Enterprise management team. Each individual has achieved well-deserved professional success and their knowledge and experience are tremendous assets to the bank. Enterprise Bank has 19 full-service branch offices located in the Massachusetts cities and towns of Lowell, Acton, Andover, Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Fitchburg, Leominster, Methuen, Tewksbury, and Westford, MA, and in Hudson, Salem, Derry, and Pelham. As of December 31, 2011, assets were posted at $1.4 billion. Total assets, investment assets under management and mortgage loans serviced totaled $2.0 billion. Enterprise Bank and Trust Company is listed on the NASDAQ Global Market under the stock symbol “EBTC.” For further information on Enterprise Bank, log on to our web site at EnterpriseBanking.com
Charlie Chalk Hunting Education Leads
with to Participation School News
The more familiar youth are with individuals their own age who hunt and target shoot, the more likely they will be to support and participate in these activities. This key finding and others come from a major new research project commissioned by the Hunting Heritage Trust and National Shooting Sports Foundation® to determine the impact of peer influence on youth participation in hunting and the shooting sports. Responsive Management, the well-known public opinion
researchers in the fields of conservation, hunting and target shooting, conducted the research in January using focus groups and a nationwide scientific telephone survey of youth ages 8 to 17 years old. The study also revealed that youth have a curiosity about the shooting sports and an eagerness to learn more about them. Non- participants said they would accept an invitation to try target shooting and hunting. When the percentages from the study were applied to U.S. population estimates, the report found that more than 23 million youth ages 8 to 17 would be likely to hunt if invited in the next 12 months, and more than 27 million youth would be likely to target shoot if invited during that period. “The most important obligation for youth hunting and shooting ambassadors is to invite their friends to go hunting and shooting,” the report said.
Charlie Chalk can be reached at email@example.com
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