Salute to veterans
is set for Nov. 5
West Running Brook Middle School hosts its fifth annual Veterans Breakfast and Salute on Nov. 5 from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at the school’s cafeteria.
Veterans along with state and local dignitaries will be invited to attend. Students will serve breakfast and offer special patriotic salutes and gifts.
Veterans can RSVP by Oct. 29 to Judy Hatch at West Running Brook at 432-1250 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arts and crafts fair set for Saturday
Pinkerton Academy hosts its 20th annual Arts and Crafts Fair on Oct. 20 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the school’s Hackler gymnasium on By-Pass 28.
There is free parking and admission. More than 150 crafters and vendors will be at the fair.
The event is sponsored by the Pinkerton Academy Alumni Association. Call for information at 437-5217.
Students of the Week named
Ernest P. Barka Elementary School named its top Students of the Week for the period ending Sept. 28.
Those being honored were: Grade 2, Makena Kelly, Tyler Herland, Carissa Lannen, Brianna Riley, Aaron Slater; Grade 3, Matthew Koza, Riley Valashinas, Riley Spellman, Ellie Colson, Madelyn Allen; Grade 4, Valencia Mills, Kaleigh Campbell, Ethan Hirsch, Dylan Gagnon, Vinny Vela, Kiley Meehan; and Grade 5, Jeremiasz Konopka, Iverson Petion, Dylan Fortin and Hai Feng Geng.
Student creates database solution
David Meehan of Londonderry is a computer information systems junior at University of New Hampshire and recently came up with a solution to help the YWCA in Manchester with its donations system through software development and computer skills.
Meehan won a fellowship to spend a summer internship at the Y and implemented the project.
“There’s a lot of stuff that you experience, but when you do it for real is really different,” he said. “It actually means a lot; software development is something that I am interested in pursuing as a career so to have this firsthand experience was absolutely terrific.”