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September 25, 2013

Forum on autism report at Tenney School tomorrow

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“We are encouraging anyone who is considering college to attend,” said Jill Palermo, Northern Essex Enrollment Services. “It’s a great way to connect with college admissions counselors and learn more about individual colleges.”

For a list of colleges and universities that are scheduled to participate please visit http://www.necc.mass.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/NEACAC-College-Fair.pdf

For more information, please contact Enrollment Services at 978-556-3735 or admissions@necc.mass.edu.

Restaurant supports Alzheimer’s walk

ANDOVER - The Alzheimer’s Association 2013 Northeastern Massachusetts Walk to End Alzheimer’s will take place on Sunday, Sept. 29 at 200 Brickstone Square .

This year, as in the past three years, Gahiji Marshall, Manager of theNot Your Average Joe’s restaurant in Methuen and members of his staff will prepare, donate, deliver, set up and serve food for the walkers. They have also hosted kick off parties at the restaurant leading up to the event. Not Your Average Joe’s Founder and CEO Steven Silverstein lost his brother to Alzheimer’s just last year.

“We are truly grateful to Gahiji and his staff at Not Your Average Joe’s for their incredible generosity,” said Colleen Warren, Development Officer, Alzheimer’s Association, Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter. “They have certainly found a fantastic way to support our cause by volunteering their time and talents for our walkers.”

“We set up a table so that walkers can easily come through and enjoy a delicious made-from-scratch selection,” said Gahiji Marshall. “This year, we will be arriving with freshly prepared soup by our Head Chef Tim Henning, who will be joining me to serve at the event. It’s great to see the amount of support out there for such a wonderful cause.”

Alzheimer’s is now the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death.

To learn more or to sign-up to participate in the Northeastern Massachusetts Walk to End Alzheimer’s, call 800-272-3900 or visit www.alzwalkMANH.org.

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