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Mark W. Cronin, Interim Dean of the College, announces the following students that were named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester at Saint Anselm College:
Nicole Arsenault, Brittany Beaumier, Kelsie Cameron, Erin Duggan, Jason Herrick, Jennifer Hoyt, Allan McQuarrie, Jonathan McQuarrie, Robert Merritt, Catherine Miranowicz, Joseph Morin
.Forty Saint Anselm College students were inducted into the college’s TAU Chapter of Delta Epsilon Sigma National Scholastic Honor Society. Inductees included residents
, a junior education studies major and
, a junior economics major.Delta Epsilon Sigma is a national scholastic honor society for students, faculty, and alumni of colleges and universities with a Catholic tradition. Juniors must have a 3.2 cumulative grade point average and seniors a 3.1 cumulative grade point average to apply for membership. Applicants are selected by a committee of TAU chapter faculty and administrators based on academic standing, leadership, and service to the college and community.The inductees and their guests were welcomed at Mass and a brunch before the beginning of the ofﬁcial induction ceremony. Montague Brown, Ph.D., president of Tau Chapter and chair of the philosophy department presided over the induction. Rt. Rev. Mark A. Cooper, O.S.B., Abbot of Saint Anselm Abbey, performed the opening invocation.
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Town Manager Honors Senior Corps Volunteers
submitted by Addie Tarbell, Program Coordinator, Friends RSVP
Salem Town Manager Keith Hickey met with a small contingent of Friends RSVP volunteers at the Ingram Senior Center to recognize the contributions of RSVP volunteers and other national service programs. RSVP is a Senior Corps program that recruits and mobilizes volunteers to meet signiﬁcant unmet needs. Volunteers work throughout the year to get tasks done that wouldn’t be accomplished otherwise. RSVP volunteers serve children, families and older adults by providing free Bone Builders senior exercise classes and doing necessary work at locations like adult daycare facilities, schools, senior nutrition sites, healthcare facilities, state and municipal human services agencies, libraries, cultural venues, hospitals, food banks, soup kitchens, nursing facilities, disaster preparedness organizations, thrift stores, transportation programs and many others. In the last 12 months, 78 RSVP volunteers provided 6,100 hours of service to an estimated 1,880 Salem residents.In total, 662 Friends RSVP volunteers worked 72,041 hours doing critical community work last year, which saved towns, counties and the state signiﬁcant funds. Hickey showed his gratitude for RSVP, and other volunteers contributing to Salem causes, as part of the nationwide celebration of service. “The volunteers in our community are essential to the success of the community’s mission,” said Hickey. Other Senior Corps programs (under the Corporation for National and Community Service) that have been active in New Hampshire for almost 50 years are as follows: The Foster Grandparent Program, which engages members to tutor and mentor children in 90 New Hampshire schools and other youth service organizations, providing about 3,500 children with more than 140,000 hours of targeted interventions every year. The Foster Grandparent Program will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2015. The Senior Companion Program provides transportation, non-medical assistance and companionship to elderly and disabled individuals to enable them to remain living in their own homes. The Senior Companion Program is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.The Friends Program is a non-proﬁt human services agency, based in Concord, N.H., that has served New Hampshire residents since 1975. It operates an emergency housing shelter for families and a youth mentoring program as well as engages volunteers of all ages in community service to meet critical unmet needs. The agency is the statewide sponsor of the Foster Grandparent Program and one of six RSVP’s in New Hampshire; www.friendsprogram.org; 228-1193.
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own Manager Keith Hickey, center back, and Ingram Senior Center Director, Patti Drelick, front, third from left, celebrate National Service by recognizing Friends RSVP volunteers.
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Celebrating Boys & Girls Club Week
submitted by Cynthia McKeon
The Boys and Girls Club Preschool celebrates National Boys and Girls Club Week beginning March 23.
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