LAWRENCE — The Lawrence Superior College Alumni Association is keeping its annual scholarship banquet on Thursday, May well 26, at 6 p.m. in the LHS industry residence. This year’s presentation will honor Johanny Rosario Pichardo.
U.S. Marine Sergeant, Johanny Rosario Pichardo, LHS Course of 2014, was 1 of 13 company users killed in the August 2021 suicide bomb assault in Kabul, in the course of the evacuation of Afghanistan.
If you would like to donate to scholarships in honor of Rosario Pichardo be sure to go to: GiveSendGo.com/Johanny
Alumni who would like to show up at the Scholarship Banquet remember to check out tinyurl.com/lhsaa2022 to sign up, at no charge, on eventbrite.
Haverhill Art Stroll returns in June
HAVERHILL — Haverhill Artwork Wander returns to the downtown Riverfront Cultural District on the 2nd Saturday of the thirty day period, from 3-6 p.m., June by October.
The indoor and outside system highlights community businesses and underutilized areas with plein air painting, exhibitions, demonstrations, and tunes performances.
The kick-off party on Saturday, June 11 will include “Architect Alleyways,” an notion conceived by Jimmy Carbone (Craft Haverhill) who is doing the job with Kyle Tornow and Fishbrook Structure to host “what if…” sketch sessions in the historic alleyways in between Washington and Wingate Streets, followed by a sketch expose social gathering at SJ Consulting, 43 Washington St.
There will be an art industry organized by Artwork Wander alum Array of Trades and tunes hosted by Jonee Earthquake Band in Washington Square. Prevent by a taking part restaurant for a 6 p.m. Artwork Walk toast.
All organizations along the route, spanning Washington, Wingate, Essex and Emerson Streets, are invited to participate. With assistance from the Artwork Walk coordinator, participating businesses will host functions best suited for their room and individual objectives. This application is hosted by Artistic Haverhill to assistance the artists and companies of our community though encouraging to activate downtown.
Haverhill Artwork Wander is a grant-funded plan designed possible by the Haverhill Cultural Council and the Mass Cultural Council. Artists, musicians, and enterprises are invited to take part by browsing www.creativehaverhill.org/haverhill-art-wander or emailing Hailey Moschella at [email protected].
Pentucket Bank honors retiring board users
HAVERHILL — Pentucket Lender honored the service of 4 retiring users of the Board of Administrators and Trustees at its 130th once-a-year meeting on March 10.
William Klueber joined the Board in 1979. He retired from the metropolis of Haverhill where by he served as Town Auditor. He is a resident of Bradford.
Timothy Schiavoni joined the Board in 1987. An attorney and husband or wife at Sheehan, Schiavoni, Jutras & Magliocchetti, LLP, he is a lifelong resident of Haverhill and proceeds to provide on the Board of the Pentucket Bank Charitable Basis.
Elizabeth Rogers was welcomed to the Board in 2000. She and her loved ones personal Rogers Spring Hill Backyard garden & Farm Heart. Rogers is a lifelong resident of Haverhill.
Ronald Pollina joined the Board of Administrators in 2010 subsequent his retirement from The Eagle-Tribune where by he served as CFO. Pollina splits his time among Haverhill and Florida.
Pentucket Financial institution welcomes leaders to Board of Corporators
HAVERHILL — Pentucket Financial institution welcomed the next local community leaders to the Board of Corporators at its 130th annual conference on March 10:
Kathleen Darby of Haverhill, proprietor of Pizzazze Hair Salon and a husband or wife in Mac & D Realty.
Denise Dolloff of Derry, director of advancement for the Boys & Girls Club of Larger Salem, New Hampshire.
John McCarthy of Haverhill, a commercial appraiser with Minco Corporation the place he also oversees the day-to-day operations of the appraisal and product sales departments.
Andres Silva of Windham, govt director of EparaTodos, the Spanish language arm of EforAll in Lawrence.
Art prepared for Bradford Rail Trail Extension
HAVERHILL — Team Haverhill introduced that Pentucket Financial institution has agreed to be the sole sponsor of the Bradford Rail Trail Extension Artwork Walk.
The $30,000 donation from the bank’s charitable foundation will be employed for the buy and set up of up to four lasting sculptures along the quickly to be finished Bradford Rail Trail Extension and includes an total for servicing and maintenance.
In addition to Team Haverhill, the job has partnered with Innovative Haverhill, a nonprofit group arts organization, to aid with soliciting artwork from artists. The Haverhill Garden Club is partnering to support with set up of an “Edible Avenue” garden of indigenous edible vegetation that will be set up along the trail.
“We are so excited to be included in continuing the Art Walk along the Bradford Rail Path,” explained Leanne Eastman, Pentucket Bank’s vice president of internet marketing and local community relations. “Pentucket Bank is happy to be a significant supporter of that initially stage and we are thrilled to after yet again just take the guide in supporting Staff Haverhill as they work to increase on the Artwork Stroll with the extension of the Rail Path.”
“We are so grateful for Pentucket Bank’s ongoing aid and are thrilled to transfer this venture forward as the Rail Trail is concluded,” mentioned Ann Jacobson, chair of the Crew Haverhill Bradford Rail Trail Extension Committee.