---- — Derry Sal’s Pizza celebrates community
DERRY — On Saturday, Sept. 21, Sal’s Pizza in Derry was part of the community it serves and attend DerryFest.
They donated the proceeds to the Boys & Girls Club to contribute to the children in their community. Sal’s Pizza has been family owned and operated since 1990.
Sal’s Pizza in Derry celebrates October as national Pizza Month with special savings and customer incentives on Oct. 12 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Area firefighters train in Maryland
Firefighters from a number of Southern New Hampshire fire departments, including one from Derry, traveled to Maryland Sept. 20-22 to attend the National Fire Academy to receive special training.
Their “multi-state training weekend” was held with groups that came from New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Alabama and Florida.
Firefighters attending included Dennis Livoli from the Derry Fire Department, Eric Hildebrandt and Gary Kurgan from the Windham Fire Department, and Edward Glancy and James Rea Jr. from the Litchfield Fire Department.
State fire training agencies sponsor the training program in cooperation with the National Fire Academy. The state agency selects the courses and recruits and enrolls the students according to established student selection criteria. The NFA hosts the program and provides the instruction and course materials.
Landmark Crossing has new tenants
LONDONDERRY — The Valentine Group announces the lease up of two office suites at Landmark Crossing.
Victoria Gorveatt has opened the first location for Neuropathy Comfort Center of New England in 1,525 square feet. She specializes in the treatment of hand and foot pain. Neuropathy Comfort Center will utilize cutting-edge treatments to alleviate neuropathic pain in the extremities.
Neuropathy Comfort Center is unique in that it does not utilize pharmacological treatment as the primary course of action. Gorveatt has many years of experience in this field and looks forward to meeting new patients.
Krista and Tom Rojic have opened Premier Physical Therapy at Landmark Crossing. The 1,465-square-foot suite offers a large open area for therapeutic treatment and several private treatment rooms. The Rojics have years of therapy experience, and look forward to building their new business at Landmark Crossing.
The Valentine Group represented the landlord, Landmark Crossing LLC in both transactions. The complex is on Route 102 and immediately adjacent to the south-bound on-ramp to Interstate 93.
‘Cups for Kids’ supports CHaD
Cumberland Farms announced its 2013 Cups for Kids campaign has raised $100,706.
The amount raised is greater than the inaugural year in 2012, once again achieving the mission of helping provide medical care to children at hospitals across the Northeast.
In an aim to strengthen their support of the communities where their stores are located, Cumberland Farms launched its Pediatric Care Campaign last year with the emphasis toward benefitting programs that focus on children’s health. The five-month fundraiser, benefitting a different hospital each month, was rebranded as “Cups for Kids” this year.
Beginning in April, Cumberland Farms stores in the communities that serve the five participating hospitals donated 5 cents per cup from its coffee and/or Chill Zone beverage sales to directly benefit the pediatric care programs. Working closely with each hospital, Cumberland Farms worked to identify the needs of their respective pediatric care units to have a profound impact on the meaningful programs that the hospitals provide in their communities. Once again, this ensured a successful fundraiser for each facility.
“To ensure a successful Cups for Kids campaign, we rely on help and support from the participating stores and our loyal Cumberland Farms customers,” said Ari Haseotes, Cumberland Farms retail president. “We’re grateful to all who helped us surpass last year’s fundraising efforts, and hope that Cups for Kids will have a positive impact on these hospitals, allowing them to continue to provide the highest level of care to their pediatric patients.”
Participating Cumberland Farms stores in New Hampshire and Vermont raised $17,000.80 for Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, also known as CHaD.