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May 8, 2014

Opportunity Works celebration planned in Haverhill

Opportunity Works will hold its 40th annual celebration on May 17 from 8 to 11 p.m. at the Bradford Country Club. The event will feature a performance by Beatlejuice, New England’s premier Beatles cover band.

Tickets are $40 each or two for $75. The event will also include snacks and a cash bar, as well as raffle tickets for a six-night cruise to Bermuda or the Bahamas, donated by Norwegian Cruise Lines. The winning ticket will be drawn at the 40th event. Raffle tickets are $25 each or five for $100 and are available through May 17. You do not need to be present to win. For tickets, visit online at http://opportunityworks.net and click on the link under Upcoming Events. More information is available from Deborah Andrews at 978-358-5803 or deborah.andrews@opportunityworks.org. Proceeds benefit Opportunity Works capital campaign.

Opportunity Works Inc. provides employment, specialized day habilitation, community, and recreational services and programs for adults with disabilities.

Boys Scouts to honor three citizens May 22

Prominent local business leader Ann Regan Flynn, Team Haverhill heavyweight and financial consultant Tim Jordan, and beloved sports coach Don Wilson will be recognized for their outstanding contributions to the community on May 22, when they receive the Distinguished Citizen Award from the Yankee Clipper Council of the Boy Scouts of America. This award is for individuals who have been unselfish in their service to others and have demonstrated integrity and genuine concern for others in their professional and personal lives, making important contributions serving their fellow citizens, community, and nation.

Regan Flynn is president of Regan Ford, a Haverhill family business for 70 years. Her many philanthropic activities have included staunch support of the Tribute to Women, board membership of the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Haverhill, Central Catholic Church, and the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce. Her priority now is Merrimack Valley Hospice, which helps people experience love and dignity at the end of their lives.

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