This 150-hour daytime program prepares students to sit for the state licensing test to become certified nurses aides and also become a home health aide. The program includes theory, clinical skills and clinical practice at a long term care facility under the supervision of a registered nurse. More information is available from Nancy Tariot at 978-373-1971, ext. 263, Ntariot@comunityactioninc.org or Diane Zold-Gross at 978-659-1221 or email@example.com.
Hospital to hold Harvest Spaghetti Supper: Merrimack Valley Hospital will hold a Harvest Spaghetti Supper fundraiser on Oct. 4, with all proceeds going to the Boston One Fund.
The supper, sponsored by the Employee Activities Committee, will be held at Amvets Post 147, 576 Primrose St., from 6 p.m. to midnight. Seating is limited so please purchase tickets early as this event has sold out every year it has been held. The menu includes spaghetti, meatballs, Italian bread, salad, cash bar and assorted desserts.
Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under. There will be a disc jockey and a 50/50 raffle. For tickets, please call Jude from 2:30 to 7 p.m., Monday through Thursday, at 978 374-2000, or Ralph at 978 521-8184.
Fire safety open house planned: Residents can learn about fire prevention and safety tips and enjoy free pizza when the Fire Department holds a free open house Oct. 5 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Water Street Fire Station.
October is National Fire Prevention Month and Papa Gino’s restaurants are teaming up with local fire departments, including Haverhill’s, to help educate the community on fire safety and prevention. During the open house, firefighters will demonstrate how to “stop, drop and roll,” how to plan an escape route, and how to crawl to safety through a smoke-filled room.
Firefighters will also give cooking safety and fire prevention tips, and show off Sparky the fire safety mascot. Papa Gino’s on River Street will provide free pizza and children’s fire safety coloring sheets. Fire safety open houses are held to educate the community and help better prepare families in the event of a fire. More information is available from Fire Inspector Steven Trocki at 978-373-8460.