Thank You to Everyone Who Made Our
“Share the Music”
Such a Great Success
Manchester, NH – The Manchester Community Music School would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone that attended our “Share the Music” Community Celebration!
The evening was filled with great music, wonderful food provided by the Common Man Restaurant, and festive libations courtesy of Martignetti of New Hampshire and 603 Brewery.
The Frederick Smyth Institute for Music was honored with the “Thomas Lewry Leadership Award” for their outstanding dedication to the musical arts and their longstanding support of the Music School.
A special thank you goes out to Dan Scanlon (Committee Chair) and the entire “Share the Music” committee for all their hard work in planning the event and securing some truly amazing auction items, Michael L’Ecuyer our honorary chair for the event, and Jeff Rapsis our evenings auctioneer. We’d also like to thank all of our corporate donors and sponsors without whom this evening would not have been possible.
For Immediate Release
Date: March 6, 2017
Contact: Diane DiPersio
Director of Communications
Bellwether Community Credit Union President and CEO
Named Honorary Chair for
Manchester Community Music School
“Share the Music” Community Celebration
Manchester, NH – The Manchester Community Music School (MCMS) is thrilled to announce that Bellwether Community Credit Union President and CEO, Michael L’Ecuyer will be serving as Honorary Chair of their “Share the Music” Community Celebration.
“Share the Music” is MCMS’ yearly community celebration where students, faculty and school supporters come together to celebrate their mission of Changing Lives Through the Power of Learning, Sharing, and Making Music. The event will include live music and dancing, silent and live auctions, cocktails, beer samplings, and hors d’oeuvres.
A huge advocate of music education and a supporter of MCMS L’Ecuyer stated, “I believe the cultural environment of a community is a critical element of its quality of life. For that environment to be strong everyone should have an opportunity to explore his/her interests and or passions in the arts regardless of their economic circumstance. The Manchester Community Music School is an organization that helps to make that happen in our community. Supporting the school is a way for all of us to invest in our quality of life”.
“Share the Music” will be held on Saturday, March 25, 2017 from 5:30-8:30 at the Brady Sullivan Plaza in Manchester. Tickets are $75 and can be purchased by visiting www.mcmusicschool.org or by calling 603-644-4548.
All funds raised from this event provide financial assistance for individuals to participate in MCMS programs such as private lessons, ensembles, chamber groups and music therapy services.
February 28, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Karen Bessette: (603) 669-7469
“Majestic Theatre & Ted Herbert Music School To Hold Grand Opening”
The Majestic Theatre and Ted Herbert Music School are please to open its new studio doors to the public on Sunday, March 12th between 3pm and 6pm. This is a great opportunity to see their new home and learn about theatre and music opportunities for all ages. Live music, raffles, refreshments and tours will be offered throughout the 3 hour open house.
Upon hearing that they would have to vacate their leased Downtown Manchester building due to the owner’s plans to redevelop, they launched a search for a new home. After a challenging period a new home was found at 880 Page Street in Manchester. Renovations were done to ensure the space would meet the needs of both The Majestic Theatre and Ted Herbert Music School. In late December The Majestic leadership with the help of many volunteers relocated to the property which provides 7,000 square feet, onsite parking and easy access to city and highways. After renovations the property now has 9 music studios, theatre rehearsal spaces, a recital hall, as well as offices and costume/prop storage.
Special thanks to the Norwin S. & Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation for providing a grant to support part of the renovation and relocation. Continued fundraising will be done to support phase two; central air conditioning to remaining studios prior to the summer. (READ MORE and VIEW MORE IMAGES)
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For Immediate Release
Brian Balke, Superintendent of Schools
Wendy Lambert, Chair – New Boston School Board
Date: August 25, 2016
The New Boston School Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Jennifer Gilliland as the Interim Special Education Facilitator at New Boston Central School for the 2016-2017 school year. On August 24, 2016, the New Boston School Board unanimously appointed Jenn in this role. Jenn began her career at NBCS after graduating from Rivier College and has been a Special Education Teacher for twenty years. As an educator she has provided highly-effective differentiated and specialized instruction for her students.
According to Principal Tori Underwood, “Jenn has always been a leader in our school. She has shown a strong commitment to the students and families at NBCS. She is well-respected by students, parents and staff. I am confident in her skills and ability to provide leadership and guidance to the Special Education Team.”
Jenn is looking forward to her role as an administrator. In addition to her continued support of students and their families, Jenn will provide professional development and mentoring opportunities for the staff.
Superintendent Brian Balke shares, “I have every confidence in Jenn’s knowledge, expertise, and leadership. She is very capable and is excited to continue to serve the New Boston Community in this new role.”
The Goffstown Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) wishes to extend a sincere thank you to those individuals and businesses that gave water, snack items and even opened their homes for use of the facilities during our recent deployment for the fire event at the Jutras Sign location. CERT members were deployed to perform traffic control duties in multiple locations for several hours and the hospitality shown to our members who were deployed was heartwarming and is greatly appreciated.
While we all recognize that it is the firefighters and police who do the “heavy lifting” in these emergency situations, CERT members serve as a force multiplier and secondary responders so that first responders can concentrate on the highest priority tasks. Having CERT’s efforts noticed and appreciated by the thoughtful community we serve is an especially nice bonus.
Thank you everyone!
Helene Bureau, Executive Director
Richard Nadeau, Public Information Officer