---- — T-Bones supports The Upper Room
DERRY — T-Bones Great American Eatery in Derry is holding its first ever fundraiser to benefit The Upper Room. Guests are encouraged to visit T-Bones at 39 Crystal Ave. through Friday, June 28.
Every $5 dollars donated to The Upper Room at Derry T-Bones will earn guests a spin on the Dining Certificate Prize Wheel for a chance to win $5 to $50 in T-Bones’ dining certificates.
Derry T-Bones staff will use 100 percent of donations raised to purchase school supplies and hygiene products to support the programs at The Upper Room.
The Upper Room, A Family Resource Center, has been providing educational services to strengthen individuals and families throughout Southern New Hampshire since 1986.
The Upper Room has grown and developed to meet the changing needs of individuals and families in the community.
“This is Derry T-Bones’ first annual fundraiser for The Upper Room,” said Tanya Untiet, T-Bones’ community outreach coordinator. “Our staff and patrons couldn’t be more excited for a successful start to benefit such a worthy organization.”
For more information about The Upper Room, visit urteachers.org. For more information about T-Bones, visit T-BONES.com.
Macy’s supports Boys and Girls Club
Macy’s is partnering with the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Derry and invites customers to participate in the store’s eighth annual national campaign “Shop for a Cause” charity shopping spree.
The local club will sell passes for $5 each and shoppers can head to Macy’s on Aug. 24 and purchase items with 100 percent of each shopping pass sold going back to support the club and its programs for youth in the Greater Derry area.
For information, call 434-6695 or stop by the Boys and Girls Club at 40 East Derry Road.
Two Derry men graduate from EMT course
CONCORD — On June 14, 20 students, including William H. Dodge and Ryan L. Hall of Derry, graduated from the Emergency Medical Technician course at the New Hampshire Fire Academy. The intensive four-week course prepared the graduates to sit for the New Hampshire Practical Exam and the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician computer-based test.
The training program prepared the EMTs to recognize the nature and seriousness of a patient’s condition and assess requirements for emergency care. They learned to lift, move, position and handle the patient to minimize discomfort and minimize injury. In addition, they trained to perform triage or prioritize those needing assistance in a mass casualty event.
Chamber will host Technology Expo
DERRY — The Greater Derry Londonderry Chamber of Commerce announced the launch of an annual event, scheduled for the first time this fall.
The GDLC Technology Expo Sept. 26 will bring together vendors, educators and users in an effort to provide much needed resources and information regarding current technologies, their applications within business, and the best process for staying current in your organization.
“One of the biggest challenges locally for small business owners is maintaining current technologies in the workplace that keep our businesses running smoothly,” said Stacey Bruzzese, the Chamber’s executive director. “For most small business owners, there just isn’t enough time in the day to run their company and research new technologies and processes to automate. We hope this event helps fill the void.”
Vendors will have an opportunity to display during the expo t Brookstone Park Event Center as well as provide breakout sessions throughout the day on a variety of topics. Guest speaker Curt Fennell from Google will share new products for business and the general public. Melissa Albano from Grapevine Marketing will provide insight into Email Marketing best practices and Constant Contact products for business. Many addition sessions are forming now, and booth space is available.
Sponsorships are available and include booth space at the event; prime visibility throughout and guest passes for attendance. Businesses interested in being an exhibitor can get more information by visiting the Chamber website, gdlchamber.org. The community is welcome to attend. Admission is $10.