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October 6, 2013

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SALEM, N.H. — The Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce welcomed Who You Callin’ Cupcake? to their new location, at 154 Main St., with a Ribbon Cutting and enjoyed a cupcake tasting. Some of their unique flavors include: the award-winning Sweet Potato cupcake, the Margarita cupcake (complete with the salt), and many other tempting varieties to choose from. Owners (and sisters), Michelle and Christine Beshara, are pleased with the great visibility provided by their new location. Cupcakes are available to go, or may be enjoyed in their charming shoppe full of interesting collectables.

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HAVERHILL — SeniorCare announces the appointment of Jessica Henzie as a Protective Services Case Worker. A graduate of the Social Work program at Salem State University, Henzie previously volunteered with Healing Abuse Working for Change (HAWC). SeniorCare Inc. is a consumer-centered regional aging and disability agency for nine communities on Cape Ann and the North Shore. Henzie will be working with elders who may have suffered abuse, exploitation, or neglect. Born in Arizona, Henzie grew up on Cape Cod, and now lives in Haverhill with her partner and two dogs, Dudley and Porter. For more information, visit hawcdv.org or seniorcareinc.org.

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NORTH ANDOVER — Windrush Farm was proud to honor Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and Perkins School for the Blind on May 9, at a reception at the Nelson Mullins Riley and Scarborough, LLC offices at One Post Office Square in Boston. Nearly 40 guests attended the event which included hors d’oeuvres and beverages and an award presentation to Spaulding Rehabilitation and Perkins School for the Blind in honor of their partnership with the farm. Windrush Farm board member, Amy Mandragouras and her firm, Nelson Mullins, sponsored the event with wine provided by Kappy’s Liquors. The Spaulding Rehabilitation Network, started at Windrush Farm in 2011 as part of their adaptive sports program, giving patients a chance to get out of the hospital, socialize with each other, learn new things, and experience the healing power of horses. Perkins School for the Blind provides education and services for children and adults around the world who are blind, deaf-blind or visually impaired. The Perkins School for the Blind Lower school program has had a partnership with Windrush Farm for 29 years.

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