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June 21, 2013

Trinity EMS donates to NECC's Paramedic Technology Program


The program is for boys and girls ages 4 to 12.

For more information or details on how to register your child, please visit www.haverhillyouthsoccer.org and click the Registration tab or send email to registrar@haverhillyouthsoccer.org.

Student named to NECC Board

Emily Ramirez of Lawrence has been elected the student representative to the NECC Board of Trustees.

A 2010 graduate of Lawrence High School, she is majoring in engineering science and also working on certificates in help desk and electronic equipment technology.

Ramirez, who works 30 hours a week at Best Buy as a member of its Geek Squad, is interested in transferring to a four-year institution to study electrical or computer engineering after graduating from Northern Essex.

This year she hopes to start an engineering club at the college. With a longstanding interest in science, she would like to eventually become a teacher.

Ramirez is the president of the NECC Student Senate, but her term will expire when she joins the trustees July 1.

“Being a part of NECC’s Student Senate helped shape me,” Ramirez said. “I learned a lot about myself and met so many people. I’m looking forward to continuing my involvement with the college as a member of the board of trustees.”

The NECC Board of Trustees includes nine members who are appointed by the governor of the state to a maximum of two five-year terms as well as an alumni-elected member, who also serves a maximum of 10 years, and a student trustee who serves for two semesters.

Castle hosts free science and nature show

Jackson Gillman will be making his first appearance at Winnekenni Castle with an educational family show titled “Nature in Action, Story & Song” on Sunday, June 30 at 2 p.m.

He won’t be bringing a live animal show, but as the Stand-Up Chameleon, he will become them, and so will the audience.

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