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May 24, 2013

Lawrence receives $2.3M to protect against lead paint


Rivera to officially kick off mayoral campaign

LAWRENCE — Dan Rivera will officially kick off his campaign for mayor May 30 at 6 p.m. at El Cesar Restaurant and Bar, 99 Essex St.

The event includes live music, appetizers and a cash bar.

Rivera is a City Councilor at large and vice president of the City Council. Rivera, 42, is chairman of the City Council’s budget committee. He works as a database marketing manager at Birddog Solutions, a shipping and transportation consultant based in Andover.

Donations can be made at the door or by mailing a check to the Committee to elect Dan Rivera, 12 Jefferson St., Lawrence, Ma. 01843 or by logging on to www.makelawrencebetter.com/donate.

Student car wash postponed

Due to the weather, the Nettle Middle School Life Skills Program has postponed its fifth annual faculty car wash scheduled for today and will instead hold it on May 31. About 20 students in the Life Skills Program will be participating in the event to help raise money for the purchase of pre-vocational curriculum and materials for the program. More information is available by contacting Kevin Beaudoin at 978-374-5792.

LHSA Alumni night June 6

LAWRENCE — The Lawrence High School alumni night banquet will be held on Thursday, June 6 at 6 p.m. in the LHSA cafeteria. All alumni are invited to join us in welcoming our new members as we award this year’s scholarships.

Please RSVP by May 31st to Chris Eldredge at chris@lhsaa.com or leave a message at the alumni office 978-722-8481.

STEM Academy presentation at Haverhill High

HAVERHILL — Haverhill High School will host a STEM Academy presentation on Tuesday, May 28, at 6 p.m. in the auditorium at Haverhill High, 137 Monument St. Jane Siebecker, dean of the high school’s STEM Academy, and Meg Keppler, supervisor of science curriculum, will lead the presentation. There will be time for questions and answers after the presentation, which is designed to help parents make a decision about their children’s participation in the STEM Academy. For more information, call 978-374-5700.

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