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T-Bones Great American Eatery and Cactus Jack’s announce their ninth annual Thanks for Giving fundraiser. The New Hampshire-based restaurant group chooses a local nonprofit organization each year to be the recipient of its four-week fundraising promotion.
Guests are given the opportunity to donate $5 and receive $5 off their next visit in return, when dining at any T-Bones or Cactus Jack’s location. All proceeds from this year’s fundraiser will benefit The Boys & Girls Clubs in New Hampshire, including the one in Derry.
To donate to the Thanks for Giving fundraiser, visit any T-Bones location in Salem, Hudson, Bedford, Derry, or Laconia or any Cactus Jack’s location in Manchester or Laconia through Sunday, Nov. 17.
“Over the past eight years, we have donated over $140,000 to local New Hampshire nonprofits through our Thanks for Giving fundraiser,” said Tanya Untiet, T-Bones and Cactus Jack’s community outreach coordinator. “The Boys & Girls Clubs in New Hampshire are so deserving and we are excited and optimistic that the fundraiser will have a great impact on their organization with the help of our patrons.”
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Pinkerton Place construction complete
DERRY — Jewett Construction Company Inc. has completed construction of the final multi-tenant building in the Pinkerton Place retail/business complex at 19 Manchester St., Derry.
Designed by Port One Architects, the project includes a 9,000-square-foot metal building erected by the Jewett Metal Buildings & Steel Erectors division. The exterior is of cement board siding and accent trims.
Landscaping, paving and an irrigation system complete the exterior. Interior work included the construction of demising walls between the five tenant spaces, as well as the lighting, ceiling, and bathroom fit-up for tenant Go Wireless. Other tenants include the dental practice of Dr. Craig Rothenberg and Dr. Michael Moskowitz. Inquiries as to available space can be directed to Chris McMahon at Summit Realty at (781) 862-9700.
This is the second project Jewett Construction has undertaken for Boomer Wolf LLC, having completed the Panera Bread bakery and restaurant at Pinkerton Place in 2012.
Londonderry native is creative director
MANCHESTER — National digital marketing agency, wedu, announced that Londonderry native Jim Antonellis will lead the agency’s creative services group. Antonellis joins wedu as creative director and will oversee all creative work for consumer advertising and digital brand engagements.
Antonellis and his team will design all advertising, online engagements, and manage the user experience for all digital activations. His experience with business-to-business and business-to-consumer brands will complement wedu’s client roster.
“Jim is a fantastic addition to our team,” said Sean Owen, CEO. “He brings incredible digital engagement experience, and his creative talents and unique approach are second-to-none. Jim makes our excellent creative team even better, and we are excited to see where his vision and ideas take both our clients and wedu.”
A Londonderry native, Antonellis holds a bachelo’s degree in graphic design from the New England Institute of Art in Boston, and his work has received numerous honors and awards, including Awwwards.com Site of the Day, CSS Design Awards Site of the Day and an American Graphic Design Award.