Marine Corps Pvt. Anna E. Hanides, daughter of Karen J. Hanides of Hampstead, recently completed the Basic Electrician’s Course. During the course at Marine Corps Engineer School, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N. C. , students receive instruction on the repair and maintenance of generators, transformers and power lines. In addition to the mechanical skills involved, studies also include circuitry, electrical theory and related safety procedures. Hanides is a 2010 graduate of Pinkerton Academy of Derry.
The Physicians of Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics are pleased to announce the addition of Heather B. Kaiser, PA-C, to their practice. Heather is a Physician Assistant that joins Access Sports Medicine after completing her Master of Medical Science Degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee. Heather has training in the assist of both orthopedic and general surgery as well as family medicine. For more information or to make an appointment, call 603-775-7575 or visit accesssportsmed.com.
International Cars, Ltd. (ICL) and its family of dealerships, including Honda North, Dover Honda, Dover Chevrolet, Audi Stratham and Porsche of Stratham, proudly presented a donation of $15,000 to Veterans Northeast Outreach Center, located in Haverhill, MA. To commemorate “Veterans Appreciation Month”, ICL dealerships donated $100 from every vehicle sold to the Center and its programs addressing the needs of veterans and their families throughout the Merrimack Valley. In addition to donating $100 per vehicle, ICL also offered employee pricing to all veterans and active duty military members throughout the month of November.
The Palace Theatre has announced it is a recipient of a $41,042 grant award from the Samuel P. Hunt Foundation for a new orchestra pit cover. The Hunt Foundation, located in Manchester, was created for general charitable purposes. The latest gift to the Palace Theatre Trust will be used to support the purchase and installation of a new orchestra pit cover that will replace an out-of-date, heavy, wooden pit with limited functions. The replacement pit cover will provide the Palace stage with a safer surface and increased design capabilities. Built in 1914, the Palace Theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Palace Theatre is a non-profit performing arts center that hosts its own professional company, youth and teen program and presenting acts. Visit www.palacetheatre.org