“Any time we can help drive consumers to our local businesses, we do it,” said Ray Wrobel, Vice President of Business Development at Align.
“I’m glad we are continuing with this great community event. It really is a great opportunity to reintroduce residents to our diverse base of restaurants and eateries,” added Janet McLennan, owner of Century 21 McLennan & Co.
Shea-Porter staff will be in Kingston
KINGSTON — On Friday, from 10 to 11 a.m., members of Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter’s staff will hold open office hours at Town Halls.
Members of Shea-Porter’s staff will be available to assist constituents with issues they may be facing with a federal agency or with local concerns.
“If you need help with issues related to the federal government such as veterans’ benefits, Social Security, Medicare, or home mortgages, my office can help, and I encourage you to stop by on Friday,” Shea-Porter said.
For questions or additional information on services offered through the office hours, constituents should contact Elise Britton at Elise.Britton@mail.house.gov or 641-9536.
Kingston Town Hall is at 163 Main St.
Senators speak at Chamber event
ATKINSON — State Senate President Chuck Morse, R-Salem, and Sen. James Rausch, R-Derry, will speak on local issues Friday at the Atkinson Resort & Country Club.
The senators will also meet with the public for coffee and pastry during the Concord Connections, organized by the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Salem Rotary Club.
The event begins at 7:45 a.m. in the Tuscany Room. Morse and Rausch will speak at 8:15 a.m. The program ends at 9 a.m. but participants can meet with the elected officials until 9:30 a.m.
The event is also sponsored Beaumont and Campbell Professional Association.
To attend, call the Chamber office at 893-3177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.