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January 18, 2012

Community events

CHURCHES

Women Peacebuilders: A group of women peacebuilders will present their "Walk, Sister, Walk" program at the Groveland Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, Jan. 22 at the 10 a.m. worship service, and at a brunch following the service. The public is invited to attend the presentation after the worship service to hear more about what these dedicated women are doing to build peace. The church is at 4 King St. in Groveland. This event is sponsored by the Missions Committee in cooperation with the Chile Partnership Committee of the Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ. More information is available by contacting Jennifer Petersen at 978-372-3463.

FAMILIES AND KIDS

Pottery Studio: From Jan. 20 to Jan. 22, You're Fired, a pottery and mosaic studio in Salem, N.H., will donate their sitting fee of $8 per adult and $6 per child to St. Joseph School of All Saints Parish in Haverhill. Please let them know you are there for this school fundraiser. Bring friends, family, neighbors and anyone else that is looking to spend a few hours tapping into their inner artist. You're Fired is located in the Breckenridge Plaza at 264 North Broadway, Salem, N.H. For more information visit yourefirednh.com.

Fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club: The Massachusetts Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs and Staples Inc. are teaming up by offering a special-edition flash drive to benefit 41 Boys & Girls Clubs statewide, including the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Haverhill. For every flash drive purchased in a Staples Massachusetts store this month, Staples will donate $1 to the Massachusetts Alliance Boys & Girls Clubs. Staples will donate a minimum of $5,000 to the Alliance. For more information about the program visit www.bgcmass.org/Staples.aspx.

Sign language: Northern Essex Community College provides sign language instruction for families with a deaf or hard-of-hearing child. Information, contact Glenys Crane-Emerson, Family Sign Language Program coordinator, at fslp@necc.mass.edu, 978-556-3701 (voice/tty), 978-556-3703 (fax), and 978-241-7057 (VP/VRS).

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