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September 30, 2012

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After the 30-day program period, Timberlane Youth Soccer will receive $2 on behalf of Michelin and A & C Tire Co. Inc. for every Michelin tire sold to the general public. Donations can be used to purchase items such as new soccer equipment, uniforms, and entry fees for local soccer tournaments.

For more information on the Michelin Soccer Program, visit michelinsoccer.com. For information about A & C Tire Co. Inc., call Al Illsley at 603-362-5213.


HAVERHILL — ActivMed Practices & Research announces that they have been selected to participate in a worldwide clinical trial for Long Term Weight Management. Research has demonstrated the investigational medicine being evaluated in this clinical trial may reduce appetite, increase metabolism, and control cravings and overeating behaviors. ActivMed is proud to contribute to this critical research. All study related medical care is free to those who qualify and decide to participate. ActivMed Practices & Research is located at One Water St., Suite A, Haverhill. For more information, call Alison, study coordinator, at 978-372-7252.


BOSTON — Jim Nolan of Derry has been promoted to executive vice president at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Nolan has been serving as senior vice president and director of Supervision, Regulation, and Credit (SRC) since 2007.

Nolan joined the bank in 1985 as an assistant bank examiner. He was promoted to assistant vice president in 1995 and vice president in 2001. Nolan is a member of the bank’s Executive Committee and its Macrofinancial Steering Committee. He chairs the System’s Subcommittee on Regulations, Bank Supervision, and Legislation and is a member of the System’s Supervision Committee as well as its Large Institution Supervision Coordinating Committee.


ATKINSON — Atkinson Resort & Country Club announces that the fifth annual Peter A. Lewis Memorial Golf Tournament, which was held on Aug. 13, raised $27,395 for the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence. Over the past five years, this tournament has collected over $100,000 for this organization.

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