Sadler's Hosts MBA For
On Thursday, April 16, Kevin
Haggerty of Sadler's Ordinary hosted over 25
attendees for the MBA monthly member meeting.
Kevin spoke to the group on new offerings at
Sadler's, including gourmet breakfast on
Saturdays and Sundays, and dinner on Mondays.
Greg Murphy of Lombardo Insurance facilitated
the meeting and focused on member benefits. He
urged all members, and those interested in
membership to “take advantage of all the MBA has
to offer including press releases for your
business, ads on the web, and business resources
right here in town.”
Three RHAM students were also in attendance and
presented the group an opportunity to support
the DECA program. Recently the students competed
in the Annual state DECA Career Development
Conference, where 29 students were recognized
for their performance. Eighteen of those
students will be traveling to a National
Conference in California, and the students are
looking for donations to help defray the cost of
the trip. For further information or to make a
donation, please contact Tim Landry, DECA
Advisor, at 228-9474.
The guest speaker of the morning was Resident
State Trooper Manny Acosta, who spoke to the
group on the goings on in Marlborough. He noted
that several break-ins have occurred in town
recently, and urged everyone to be more aware
and cognizant. He offered several tips to keep
homes and businesses safe, and added, “Take note
of items in your homes, this can lead to
recovery of your belongings.” He also reminded
everyone of the wonderful resources that are
available through AHM. Trooper Acosta also gave
an update on drugs and paraphernalia that are
surfacing in the region. An AHM task force will
be conducting a meeting on May 12 from 7:00-9:00
p.m. at RHAM, and he encouraged all to attend.
Content will be directed to 6th grade and older.
The next monthly member meeting will be held on
Thursday, May 21 at 6:30 p.m. at
Wooden-it-be-Nice Furniture Consignment and is
being hosted by Doreen Chapman and Donna
Finocchiaro of Wooden-it-be-Nice, and Rachel
Pianka of Salmon River Consulting.
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