(Courtesy Photo by Chuck Kendrick)
— Bob Worden Administrator/Partner of Pinnacle Physical Therapy and his wife Linda Worden donated a Chrysler Town and Country van to the Plaistow Food Pantry at Holy Angels. The vehicle was given to Marie and Joe Farren in recognition of 22 years of commitment to the underserved members within our community. The donation allowed Pinnacle to reach its goal of raising over $100,000 for the food pantry over the last eight years.
Insurance Solutions Corporation President Carmen Maglia donated and coordinated insurance coverage which was also shared by the generosity of the Atkinson and Plaistow Lions Club. Master Auto Mechanic, Ed Thurston, owner of Vintage Auto Enthusiasts, tuned the vehicle and performed routine vehicle maintenance as a contribution. Eric Hebert of Details Plus of Atkinson donated a day of diligent car detailing. The car was presented by many supporters at Pinnacle Physical Therapy of Plaistow and the community.
Pictured above, from left to right, are: Dr. Barbara St. Jean, Jane Dudley, Janice Sullivan, Partner Dr. Leigh Boyle, Zac Blais, Bob and Linda Worden, seated in her new car is proud owner Marie Farren, Joe Farren, Paul Waring, Neil Leonard, Carmen Maglia, Ed Thurston, Paul Rene, Dick Lemiux and Eric Hebert representing the Lions of Atkinson and Plaistow.