St. Joseph School of All Saints Parish will hold its second annual family golf outing on Sunday at Murphy's Garrison Golf Center, 654 Hilldale Ave.

The event is open to the public. Registration is at 12:30 p.m. Tee-off is at 1 p.m., followed by lunch. Cost is $25. Non-golfers can attend the lunch for $10 per person. Children under age 6 pay $5 for lunch and can use the putting green and driving range. Registration is by calling Darlene Budds at 978-397-6583.

Amvets has free car show Sunday

The Sons of Amvets Post 147 of Haverhill will host a car show on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parking lot at post quarters, 576 Primrose St.

Admission is free. The event includes food, door prizes, raffles and games. There will be free coffee, cocoa and flags while they last. Proceeds benefit veterans charities. More information is available from Patrick Dean, the commander of Sons of Amvets, at 978-771-5455.

Make Some Noise concert is tomorrow

Julie Dougherty and Woody Woodward will headline tomorrow's Make Some Noise concert, presented by the Haverhill Cultural Council and Creative Haverhill.

The show is free and will be in Columbus Park from 6 to 8 p.m. If it rains, the concert will be indoors at 90 Washington St. This series is sponsored by the Haverhill Cultural Council, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, Haverhill Bank and Harbor Sweets of Salem. There are weekly raffle prizes. All performances are free and open to the public.

Church supper to feature art raffle

First Church of Christ in Bradford will raffle off an art print of a portrait of the church on a winter night during the church ham and bean supper on Saturday at 5 p.m.

Copley Master Artist Mark Hayden, who is donating the print of his painting of the church, plans to attend the supper. Tickets are $7 per person, $4 for children under 12 and $20 for a family. The church is at 10 Church St., next to Bradford Common.

Hair salon holds benefit Sunday

Top Cuts, a new hair salon opening at Westgate Plaza, will hold a fundraiser on Sunday to benefit Alexis Sarbanis, a Haverhill mother of two who is battling Lyme disease.

The sales of hair cuts between noon and 4 p.m. will be donated to "Help Alexis Fight Lyme," a fund that was set up in her name. Salon owner and master stylist Gaetano Distefano said he wanted to have this benefit after reading a story about Sarbano's situation in The Eagle-Tribune. More information is available at or by calling 978-476-1659 or 978-373-4430.

Temple adult education series starts Sunday

Temple Emanu-El will kick off its adult education fall series on Sunday with a presentation of the documentary film, "Browsing through Birke's."

The film will be presented by Szifra Birke. Released in 2010, the documentary highlights the journey of her parents from being Holocaust survivors in Poland to entrepreneurs and business-owners in the United States. All adult education programs are free and open to the public. Temple Emanu-El is at 514 Main St. More information is available from Nancy LaFleur at 978-373-3861 or at

Health/hospice organization accredited

Home Health VNA, Merrimack Valley Hospice and HomeCare Inc. have been awarded accreditation with full standards compliance from the Joint Commission, which is dedicated to improving the quality of the nation's health care in the United States through voluntary accreditation.

All Home Health organizations are subject to a three-year accreditation cycle. Home Health VNA, Merrimack Valley Hospice and HomeCare Inc. provide a range of home health, hospice and community-based services in 90 communities in the Merrimack Valley, Northeastern Massachusetts, Southern New Hampshire and the seacoast. More information is available at

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