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September 30, 2012

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Approximately 130 golfers participated in the tournament. Winners were the foursome of Paul Riley, Kevin Lariviere, Jim Lariviere and Craig LeSage with a score of -11 (61). In second place was the foursome of John Cook, Odette Cook, Jim Cook, and Tony Vallario who finished with a score of -10 (62).

The tournament also featured 15 children and representatives from the Boys & Girls Club. The children greeted the tournament participants on the contest holes and hit some shots with the golfers. During the dinner portion of the event, the children helped distribute raffle prizes donated by local businesses such as Epic Design Studios, Who You Callin’ Cupcake, Grill Next Door, and other generous contributors.

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LAWRENCE — Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley announces Pati Fernandez as the new Director of Development.

Prior to joining the Elder Services team in November 2010, Fernandez worked in patient care, community relations and marketing at Children’s Hospital in Boston, and Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital in Haverhill, along with several other nonprofit organizations in Boston. For the past five years, she was also a private consultant in the greater Boston and Lawrence areas, helping organizations with marketing, media relations, and event management.

Fernandez brings extensive marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience to the Director of Development role. At Elder Services, she will be responsible for management of the Development Department and activities related to: fundraising, donor relations, community relations, marketing, education, advocacy, media relations, event management, and publicity activities.

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SALEM, N.H. — On Aug. 19, Dianne Larose and Isabel Ciano of Absolute Elegance Salon in Salem, N.H., passed all three phases of the American Board of Certified Haircolorists (ABCH) exam to become master haircolorists. Larose and Ciano are currently the only hairstylists in Salem, N.H. and the surrounding communities that are board certified master haircolorists. The board conducts a stringent three phase exam that requires a candidate to be well prepared and highly qualified in hair color. A candidate must pass a 250 question test, a hands on performance of specific color tasks, and an interactive portion that tests the effective skills of various hair color challenges. The ABCH establishes a standard by which to judge competence and to acknowledge the level of excellence achieved in hair color. Larose and Ciano will offer support and share their knowledge with aspiring hair colorists to mentor any stylist who is interested in taking the ABCH examination. For more information, visit haircolorist.com.

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