Winter 2009 - The Upper Room

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Winter 2009 - The Upper Room
Winter/Spring 2009
F AMILY M ATTERS
36 Tsienneto Road
PO Box 1017
Derry, NH 03038
603-437-8477
www.urteachers.org
The Upper Room Wins $15,000 Smith Award
An award recognizing exceptional service to families.
On behalf of the NH
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l
dr
en’
sTr
us
tFund,
Leonard Wilson of Sovereign
Bank presented the Smith
Award to Kimberly Bavaro
and her dream team of staff,
board and volunteers at the
Upper Room. Pictured (l-r)
Wilson, Bavaro, Linda
Wojtkiewicz, Martha
Raymond, Ruth Kay, John
Dulmage, James Bavaro, Sue
Schick, Cheri Haidichuck,
Michelle Mobsby, Thelma
Hutton, Elaina Wheaton, and
Diane Casale.
Our Mission:
Providing people
with the services
and resources they
need to live
healthier, happier
and more selfsufficient lives.
The Upper
Room has been
blessed with
many
wonderful
volunteers!
Thank you for
sharing your
time with us
and supporting
all that we do.
The Smith Award for Excellence in Service to Families is a $15,000 cash award
made every two years. It was established through a grant made to the New
Hampshi
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ustFundi
n1996,f
r
om t
heLouandLut
zaSmi
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Foundation. TheSmi
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ust
Fund to an exemplary nonprofit family support agency demonstrating
exceptional practices and standards. It can be used for any purpose the agency
deems necessary. Lou and Lutza Smith, the founders of Rockingham Park, were
New Hampshire philanthropists and had a special interest in children and
f
ami
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i
es. “
Wear
et
hr
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l
edbyt
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sr
ecogni
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”saysKi
mber
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yBavar
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Wehave
a dream team working here. Everyone, including our families, does things for
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ustseem t
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”
The board of directors and
staff opened the doors and
hosted the first Supporters
Appreciation Reception on
Sept. 11, 2007.
Community volunteers,
business leaders and
supporters of The Upper
Room took tours of the
facility, spoke with staff
and then received
recognition awards for all
the help and support they
give throughout the year.
The main award of the
night f
or“
The Bill Burke
Award for Outstanding
Community Service and
Dedication to Improving
SUPPORTERS APPRECIATION RECEPTION
t
heLi
vesofChi
l
dr
enandFami
l
i
es”went to Bill Burke of Dollar Bill's Discount
World. When it came time to give the first supporters award, Burke's name was
the first to come to mind. A personal and professional example of community
service the award will forever be named after him.
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FAMILY MATTERS
The Upper Room, A Family
Resource Center
Board of Directors
Renee Fellows, Chairperson
Clearpoint Marketing
Michael Caruso, Vice Chairperson
Cross Insurance Agency
Brenda Davis, Treasurer
Bank of New England
Mike Royce, Secretary
Hannaford Supermarket
Thelma Hutton
Retired Chester College
John Dulmage
Personal Financial Advisor
Rick Bonito
Fast-techs On-Site Computer Services
Donna Cavalieri
The Centre School of Hampton
Bill Allard
Comcast
Cathy Taylor
River Bank
Staff
Kimberly Bavaro
Kim Bedard
Diane Casale
Brenda Guggisberg
Ruth Marie Kay
Cynthia Marshall
Michelle Mobsby
Linda Wojtkiewicz
Sue Schick
Janet Nodine
Elaina Wheaton
Cheryl Haidaichuk
Martha Raymond
Esther Connelly
Cara Long
Laura Wilmoth
Meredith Richardson
Ruth Pendergast
Alicia Triplett
Jackie Paton
Pam Miller-Sallet
The Upper Room announces the addition of three
new Board of DirectorsThe Upper Room welcomes Donna Cavalieri, Bill Allard and Cathy Taylor.
Donna is a guidance counselor at The Centre School of Hampton. Bill is a Sr.
Technical Operations Manager at Comcast. Cathy is Assistant VP at River Bank.
All are long time residents of Derry and bring years of valuable work experience
to The Upper Room and have a strong sense of community involvement.
Welcome Donna, Bill and Cathy.
Thank you to Dzioba Construction for
RESOURCES
The Way Home –www.thewayhomenh.org
Helping to prevent homelessness. Providing
keys to success in affordable housing. 214
Spruce St. Manchester 627-3491 Their
mission is to help low income households
obtain and keep safe, affordable housing
with direct housing assistance services,
empowerment of low income tenants and
community advocacy for housing.
Bonnie Clac –Car loans and counseling –
1-866-455-2522 or www.bonnieclac.org.
Helping consumers get the best deal on a
reliable, fuel-efficient car. Counselors will
do the negotiating for you to get you a low
price and a low interest rate. Whether you
have perfect credit or need a little help
figuring out your finances, their car-buying
experts will help.
The Partnership for Prescription
Assistance helps uninsured and financially
struggling patients, who lack prescription
coverage, get access to prescription
assistance programs that offer medicines
for free or nearly free. Call 1-888-4PPANOW or go to www.pparx.org. For children
www.kids.pparx.org.
Elliot Hospital Post-Partum Emotional
Support Program- intended to help support
women experiencing mood, anxiety, and
thought disorders during pregnancy and the
first year after the birth of their baby.
Babies are welcome and it is free. Group
meets TUESDAYS 10:30am –12pm in the
activity room of the Elliot Childcare
Center, located on the Elliot Hospital
campus at 450 Massabesic St., Manchester.
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of
NH & VT- www.cccsnh-vt.org –Free
budget, debt, and housing counseling.
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ourbudgetandhel
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ou
create a spending plan that's realistic.
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ourdebtand make
suggestions and recommendations about
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ourbes
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ou
pay your bills and get out of debt - and
stay out. Toll Free: 800-327-6778
donating food baskets and turkeys to 50
families for Thanksgiving!
Meet Michelle
Michelle Mobsby
started as an
intern in the
summer of 2007!
She worked for
several programs
during her
internship and
participated in
administrative and
fundraising
activities. No
matter what gap
we needed to fill –Michelle was always willing
and eager to do the best she could to help the
agency. Shei
sanabsol
ut
e“
nat
ur
al
”at
working well with others and is a deeply caring
individual. Towar
dst
heendofMi
chel
l
e’
s
internship, the agency had a staffing need for
the Community Service Learning Opportunities
program. Michelle was hired and since then
has grown with her position as the Program
Assistant for the Greater Derry Juvenile
Diversion Program , is our CLSO Specialist,
facilitates the Take Control and YES programs
and is a GED tutor. The Upper Room is proud
of Michelle, her accomplishments and is
thrilled she joined our team!
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FAMILY MATTERS
MAKING A \DIFFERENCE
What FOG has done for me:
Yout
hf
r
om TheUpperRoom’
sCS
L
O(
Communi
t
y
Service Learning Opportunities) program help to
create a garden at the NH Food Bank.
“More self confidence, better self esteem,
assertiveness, friends, social skills, motivation and
a better perspective.
Helped me lose my victim - poor me - thought
process and focus more on solutions and
empowerment. All the positive personal changes
have helped my life socially. I have more friends,
better relationships, dinners with friends and
out
i
ngs
.I
’
mc
omf
or
t
abl
emeet
i
ngnew peopl
e.
I have enough money now that I have extra
income, compared to when I started FOG a year
ago. I was under every month and had increasing
credit card debt.
I
’
m maki
ngpos
i
t
i
v
ec
hoi
c
es
.I
’
m abet
t
erpar
ent
and better person. My emotions are more
balanced. I feel great and life is good. During the
past year I finally feel happy and excited every
day, better than any time in my life. ”
Written by a FOG Participant.
Ongoing Events and Programs
Teen Information for Parenting Success –TIPS Supporting teen families. Meetings are held every other
Wednesday from 6-8 pm. Includes free childcare. Learn
how to parent, to be financially stable and to live your
dreams!
GED Prep Class Program–If you are 16-21 and would like
to complete your education, call for information on how to
obtain your GED.
Makayla M. enjoys a Thanksgiving Meal at The
Upper Room, prepared by Marie Brownell of
Brownell Insurance Center, Inc.
Take THE CHALLENGE - Have you been in trouble for smoking pot
ordr
i
nki
ngal
c
ohol
?Doy
ouwantt
os
ayNObutdon’
tknow how?
Are your parents on your case all the time? Have you thought
about trying to stop? If you answer yes to any of these questions
y
ouneedt
o….
TAKE THE CHALLENGE –a drug and alcohol
education program for youth. Program will run in January, March
and May. Fee
Take Control –Anger Management for Youth–Tired of everyone
making you mad!? Then TAKE CONTROL! Learn how to turn
t
hi
ngsar
ounds
oangerdoes
n’
tgett
hebes
tofy
ou.Hav
ef
unwi
t
h
friends, get and keep a job, and less frustration in your life!
Families on the Go –FOG –Workshops/Support Group and
Classes held on Tuesdays and Thursdays for 5 sessions in
Playgroup –For families with young children. Held every
February, April and June. Fee.
Wednesday from 10:00-11:30 AM.
UR Parents Support Group - Tuesdays from 6:30-7:30 pm
Bring questions and concerns about your teen to this
weekly open support group.
YES –
Youth Educational Shoplifting program - A 6 hour class for
youth who have shoplifted. If you are ready to stop, say YES. Fee
Greater Derry Juvenile Diversion Program –An alternative to
court for first time juvenile offenders. If you are a first time
Greater Derry Family Outreach –Free, short-term
offender and are under 17 years old, ask your local Juvenile
parenting education and counseling in your home. Helping
Of
f
i
c
eri
f“di
v
er
s
i
on”i
sanopt
i
on.
you find solutions to create a healthier family.
Community Service Learning Opportunities –Want your
child to get involved in the community? Need community
service hours? The CSLO program offers adolescents the
chance to help their communities in a variety of ways
through supervised community service projects. If you are
someone in need of community service assistance, we are
always looking for new projects! We meet on Tuesday and
Thursday afternoons. Fee.
We offer college level internship opportunities
And
Volunteer Opportunities
Call 437-8477 to register for any of our classes
and programs. All classes are free unless
otherwise noted. Classes and programs at The
Upper Room will be canceled whenever Derry
Schools are closed due to inclement weather.
Page 4
FAMILY MATTERS
How to Talk to Your Kids About the Recession
Tips for talking about, and living wi
t
h,t
hef
i
nanci
alcr
i
si
s,what
everyourchi
l
d’
sage. By Lilan Patri
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ghtwantt
oshi
el
dourchi
l
dr
en,t
hebi
ggestmi
s
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akei
st
oav
oi
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het
opi
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yony
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ourbody
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Jan Faull, child developmentandbehav
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orspeci
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,andl
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i
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hef
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nanci
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s
,what
ev
ery
ourchi
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sage.
1. Open up the discussion. Operate on the same principle as with the Birds & the Bees talk: the older the child, the more detailed the info.
Wi
t
hpr
es
chool
er
s
,say
sFaul
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,par
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smi
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:“
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ewor
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i
edaboutmoney
,buti
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’
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obl
em,andwe’
l
lt
akecar
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t
.
”Vi
t
al
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s that
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ourchi
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ot
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shol
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uenomat
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erhowdi
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ey
oursi
t
uat
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on.Shoul
dy
oubel
osi
ngy
ourhome,say
:“
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r
egoi
ngt
omov
et
oan
apar
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ment
,butwe’
r
eal
lgoi
ngt
obet
oget
her
.You’
r
esaf
ewi
t
hus
.
”
School-aged kids, privy to news reports and playground rumors, will know something is up. Parents can explain mortgages, banking, whatever might fit into a
chi
l
d’
sknowl
edgebase.But
,say
sFaul
l
,del
i
v
ert
hei
nf
or
mat
i
on“
i
nsoundbi
t
es.
”Don’
tbur
deny
ourchi
l
dwi
t
hdet
ai
l
s
,norwi
t
ht
he problems you and your
spouse might be facing.
Wi
t
ht
eenager
s
,par
ent
sshoul
dbespeci
f
i
c
.Af
t
eral
l
,t
eenswi
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scus
si
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ssuesi
nschool
,andsay
sFaul
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,“
y
ou’
l
l
wantt
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f
tt
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nf
or
mat
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ont
hey
’
r
e
get
t
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oughy
ourf
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’
swor
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”No need to open your check ledger, but do let them know how the crisis is directly affecting the family.
2. Manage expectations. Explain, in a non-al
ar
mi
ngway
,t
hatt
her
e’
l
lbesomebel
t
-tightening. Whether this means gas-saving activities—backyard campout rather than weekend road-trip, say—oral
eanerChr
i
st
masl
oad,y
ourchi
l
dr
enneedt
obet
ol
d.Say
sFaul
l
:“
Achi
l
dwhoget
sonebi
r
t
hdaypr
esenti
nst
eadof
t
heusual
f
i
v
ewi
l
lf
eelhe’
sdones
omet
hi
ngwr
ong”
—unless you explain the reasons behind it. Expect kids to push your limits, whining, even tantruming, for
whatt
hey
’
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eusedt
o.Changei
snev
ercomf
or
t
abl
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oremot
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ons,butcont
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nuet
oaf
f
i
r
my
ournewboundar
i
es,wi
t
has
much patience as possible.
3. Use the crisis as a teachable moment. Older kids need to know how credit cards work—andt
hedanger
sofspendi
ngmoneyt
hatdoesn’
tex
i
st
.
Cost-cutting tricks can be a form of play for younger children: clipping coupons from the Sunday paper or scouting grocery aisles for sale items. All ages can
learn lessons in budgeting through the apportionment of their allowance toward spending, saving, and charity. If parental resources are stretched thin, teens
with jobs might be asked to contribute to their own after-school activities.
4. Reduce the anxiety level. TV news feeds us the same info on an endless loop, breeding fear rather than providing illumination. Get the updates you
need, then retire the remote. Or switch to Sesame Street, Hannah Montana—whatever! As for bickering, or battling, with your spouse about finances, do it
behind closed doors, away from the kids. Find ways to vent your own stress. Pound a Stairmaster, punch a pillow, talk to friends—j
ustdon’
tl
ashoutatt
he
kids. When you do—and,l
et
’
sf
ac
ei
t
,whoamongusdoesn’
t
?—t
aker
esponsi
bi
l
i
t
yf
ory
ourwor
dsandact
i
ons.Makesur
ey
ourchi
l
dknowsshe’
snott
obl
ame.
5. Count your blessings. Noneedt
oactt
hePol
l
y
anna,deny
i
ngt
oday
’
sr
eal
i
t
i
es.Jus
topeny
ourey
est
ot
hegoodal
lar
ound.Ther
e’
sal
way
ssomething
to be grateful for. A younger child might enjoy doing a nightly gratitude list—al
phabet
i
z
ed.“
Iam gr
at
ef
ulf
or
…appl
esauce…Ben10…car
t
wheel
s…”Al
lagescan
be taught to look for silver linings: A laid-of
fpar
entmi
ghthav
emor
et
i
met
opl
ayathome.Fewerf
ancyt
oy
smi
ghtmeanmor
ecr
eat
i
v
epl
aywi
t
hwhat
ev
er
’
sat
hand.
AsFaul
l
poi
nt
sout
:“
Wi
t
hchi
l
dr
en, you can find happiness in so many ways other than buying t
hi
ngs.
”Now,whet
herwel
i
kei
tornot
,maybe
just the time to test that theory. http://www.wetv.com/moms/manage-post-marriage-money-copy.html
PARENTING CLASSES
Call 437-8477 x 18 for information on all classes
CLASSES OFFERED IN SPRING AND FALL.
Active Parenting 1,2,3,4 - Teaching the stages of
development, building the bond between your child and
you, how to use non-violent discipline skills, choices and
consequences, and the power of encouragement! Fee.
Active Parenting of 5-12 Year Olds - Learn the skills that
will help you develop cooperation, responsibility and selfesteem in your children. As well as positive discipline
techniques so you can avoid those all-too-familiar power
struggles. 6 Week Series to begin in April. Fee.
Active Parenting of Teens –How to live with your teen!
A Survival Class for every parent of a teenager! 6 Week
Series to begin in April. Fee.
1,2,3, Magic - Easy-To-Learn and Effective Parenting
Solutions from Dr. Thomas Phelan for a well-behaved
child. Call for dates and times. Fee.
ATTENTION - Parent Educators,
Religious leaders, Counselors, Healthcare
profess
i
onal
s
,S
c
hoolAdmi
ni
s
t
r
at
or
s
…
We offer Active Parenting Professional
Certification Training
Become an ACTIVE PARENTING LEADER at the Leader Training
Workshops (LTW)! We'll show you how to use the popular,
video-based programs to make your classes entertaining and
filled with practical skills that parents can start using
immediately. That's not all! In addition to training from an
experienced leader, you will also get a free Parent's Guide, a
training guide, a certification packet, refreshments, and a
coupon for 20% off Active Parenting products. CEUs are
available. You can also find more information on these
programs at www.activeparenting.com.
DATES:
April 6 –Combo (Teens and 5-12)
May 4 - Stepfamilies
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FAMILY MATTERS
THANK YOU TO OUR FUNDERS
SNH: Comprehensive Family Support Network
R.C. Bishop's Charitable Assistance
Fund
Smith Award
SNH DHHS: Division of Public Health Services
Rockingham County
DHHS: DCYF
Town of Derry
Agnes Lindsay Trust
Town of Londonderry
Harris Brothers Foundation
Oak Foundation
Derry Village Rotary
TJX Companies
Londonderry Rotary Club
Cogswell Benevolent Trust
Thank you to local businesses, churches and organizationsIncluding Dzioba Construction, Emerson Thunderline, Ti
m’
sTur
fofLi
t
c
hf
i
el
d,BNI Londonderry Chapter, Benson Family, BAE
Systems, Derry Track Club, Flagship Cinemas, J&F Farms, NHHK, CHS, Discovery Stop, SNHU, Revive Salon and Spa, Moo’
s
Place Homemade Ice Cream, Kindercare, Curves, TheWomen’
sCommi
t
t
eeofPS
NH,Brownell Insurance Center, Curves,
Salem NH Exchange Club, the Eastern Stars, Central Congregational Church, Hannaford, T-Bones, First Parish Congregational
Church and Chester Congregational & Baptist Church for their generous donations!
Thank you to all who donated in memory of Mr. Edward J. Keane.
Thank you Bristol-Myers Squibb, Liberty Mutual, Bank of America and Verizon for their Matching Gifts Program.
OUR WISH LIST
Baby Formula* snack cracker packs * diaper rash cream * diapers
Gold fish crackers * baby Tylenol * wipes * muffins
Oatmeal cookies * bottled water * non-perishable foods * cordless drill
No cost ways to help our programs –
S
endi
ny
ourS
haw’
sr
ecei
pt
sandwecans
ubmi
tthem for 1% back!
Shop on-line through igive.com and designate The Upper Room as the charity of choice!
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Organization
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Derry, NH 03038
Permit #5
36 Tsienneto Road
PO Box 1017
Derry, NH 03038
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Requested
Have a SAFE and
HAPPY Holiday
Season
From
all of us at
The Upper Room,
A Family Resource
Center!
DATES TO REMEMBER
36 Tsienneto Road
Derry, NH 03038
Phone:
603-437-8477
Fax:
603-425-6256
We’
r
eont
heWeb!
Visit us at:
WWW.URTEACHERS.ORG
GOOD NEWS!!!
You don't have to be on a
reality show to learn how to
be a great parent. You can
consult with a parent
educator at The Upper Room
and share ideas with other
parents just like you.
March 1- Bavaro Scholarship Deadline Go to
www.urteachers.org for more information and an
application.
March 13 7:30 pm –Monar
ch’
sgameCome support
TheUpperRoom’
s50/50 Raffle at the Verizon Wireless
Arena.
April 15 3-7 pm - Job Fair - Are you looking for
summer help or having a hard time filling that part time
permanent position? Space for the job fair is free and
open to any local business that has job openings
available. Annually 150-200 youth attend this event
seeking information on employment.
May - Youth Day of Giving Back with Pinkerton
Academy–If you are a non-profit organization and you
would like information on how to participate in this day
please call 437-8477 x 18.
Due to minimal storage space, we accept donations of
gently used baby clothing - up to size 3T- on these
dates:
Thank you for
January 12 April 13
helping us to be
February 9 May 11
organized!
March 9
June 8
Table Talk
Meal times provide the
perfect opportunity for
quality conversation!
“Mor
e…Cokeor
Peps
i
?
”
Written and designed
by Mickey and Cheryl
Gill
1. Have you ever
forgotten to remove the
price tag/size label
from your clothes? 2.
Do you feel sorry for the
bad singers on American
Idol? 3. Do you tell
people when they have
food stuck in their
teeth? 4. Where would
you prefer to go on
vacation –big city,
warm beach or another
country?
Help The Upper Room, A Family
Re
s
our
c
eCe
nt
e
r
’
sFoodPant
r
y!
I
nt
r
oduc
i
ng…
Environmentally Friendly Grocery Totes!
By purchasing one of these stylish, strong and
washable totes, you will help to put money into The
UpperRoom’
sfood pantry to assist those in need and
help to save our environment.
These totes are made from 20% recycled material, are
reusable and hand washable, and are 100% recyclable.
$3.00
Each
Each bag comes
with a gift tag
stating how these
help the community.
A great
gift idea!
Double
your gift,
buy a
bag, fill
it with
food
and
donate it
back to
our food
pantry.
I would like to order ______ bags at $3.00 each = $_________
Please make checks payable to:
Please call to make arrangements to
pick up your bags!
603-437-8477x 11
The Upper Room
Attn: Kimberly Bavaro
PO Box 1017
Derry, NH 03038
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THANK YOU FOR INVESTING IN A STRONGER COMMUNITY!
Our 7 annualdi
nnerandauc
t
i
onev
ent“CowboyUpf
oraS
t
r
ongerCommuni
t
y
”was a
success! We would like to offer our sincere appreciation to all those who showed their
support by attending the auction and all of the businesses and individuals who donated
items for making this fundraiser possible. Thank you!
95.7 WZID
A & A Balloon Rides
A Friend of The Upper Room
A Very Good Cleaning Company
AAMCO
Advanced Energy Resources
Bill Allard
Allure Laser Hair Removal
American Excavating Corp.
Appletree Business Services
Robert and Edith Arnold
Ash Street Inn
BA Carson Plumbing & Heating
Backmann Florist
Bank of New England*
Josephine and John Bavaro
The Bavaro Family
Matthew Beckley D.C.
Beginning with Beads
Blue Seal Feeds
Nutfield BNI- Busi
nessNet
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Boston Celtics
Boston Red Sox
BounceU
Brownell Insurance Center
Meagan Buis
Janice and Bill Burke
Campus Corner - Pinkerton Academy
Campus Rose - Pinkerton Academy
Caruso and Fellows of TUR BOD
Celebrities for Charity
Pinkerton Academy Ctr. for Career and Tech. Ed
Chalifours Flowers, Gift and Gourmet
Cinsgifts.com
Clam Haven
Comcast*
Community Resource Association
Cookies By Design
Courier Printing
Cross Insurance Agency
Currier Museum of Art
Curves for Women (Derry/Londonderry)
CVS
Cyr Lumber
Dalpe Electric
Dance Impressions
daSilva Motorsports
Davis’Family Farm Adventures
Depot Square Steakhouse
Derry Museum of History
Derry News*
Discovery Cruise Lines
Dollar Bill’
s Discount World*
Domino’
s Pizza
Robert and Catherine Dow
East West Massage & Whole Health
Eastman’
s Fishing Fleet
Ecco
Edible Arrangements
Extreem Cheer
Fast Frame Expert Picture Framing
Fast-Teks On-Site Computer Services
Financial Pathways
Fitness on Wheels
Flashback Creations
Fun Bounce Inc.
Joie Gerrish
Eileen and Larry Gill
Goodale’
s Bike Shop, Inc.
Gravity Fitness
John and Brenda Guggisberg
Hannaford Brothers*
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Heather Gwinn, 10 Generation Sculptor
Hilton Garden Inn
Holland America Cruise Lines
Hoodkroft Country Club
House of the Samurai
Huse Healthcare Educational Consultants
Joanna Hyatt
In The Ring Fitness
Isles of Shoals Steamship Co.
J.A. McGillen Associates, Inc*
Jacques Fine European Pastries
Kasey Kahne Foundation
Kay Family
Kitchen & Bath Unlimited
La Carreta of Derry
Lamprey Health Care
Le Beaderie
Lia Sophia
Life is Good, Inc
Lifestyle Beverages, Inc.
Lobster Claw II
Lupo's Seafood & Grille
Manchester Millrats
Marshalls
Martina McBride Fan Club
Mary Kay Cosmetics
MaryAnn's Diner
Meineke
Merrimac Tile Co.*
Phoenix Lehigh Printing
ClearPoint Marketing Communications
Helen Milo
Mohegan Sun
Monarchs Care Foundation
Morgan Services
Motor Sport Tire and Auto Repair, Inc.
Moviescene
Mt. Washington Railway Company
Mulrennan , Rugg and Co, P.C.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Newbury Comics, Inc.
NH Fisher Cats
Damon Norcross
Northstar Financial Planning
Not My Bag, LLC
Nutfield Eye Associates*
O’
Neil Theaters Cinema 12
Ocean Bank*
Offset Paperback Mfrs., INC.
OMO Specialties
Carole Orlosk
Paisan's Painting
Palace Theater
Pam-Miller Sallet & Sue Schick
Parker's Maple Barn
Parkland Medical Center*
Pats Peak
Patti's Vacation Condos
Pittsburgh Networks
John and Sarah Porter
Portsmouth Ballroom Dance Studio
Regal Limousine Services
Renjeau Galleries
Revive Salon and Spa
Richardson Publishing
Meredith Richardson
Rig A Tony's
Robert Rudnick & Family
Salon Bogar
Santa's Village
Saunders at Rye Harbor
Thomas and Deborah Schleicher
Seacoast Science Center
Searles Castle at Windham
Seasons Natural Healthcare
Set in Stone
Margo Seyfarth
Shaws Supermarket
ShootingStar Broadcasting/My TV*
Simpson's Painting
Sir Speedy Printing
Six Flags New England
Sky Sites, Len Printz
Southern NH Internal Medicine
Southern NH University
Southwest Airlines
Sovereign Bank
Spindel Eye Associates
St. Thomas Aquinas Church
Stonebridge Country Club
Storyland
Carl Swenson
Synergistic Therapies, LLC
T-Bones/Cactus Jack's
Jam and DJ Templeton
The Book Cellar
The Butterfly Place
The Children's Museum of Portsmouth
The Coffee Factory
The Common Man Inn
The Costume Gallery
The Discovery Stop
The Highlander Inn and Conference Ctr
The Inns & Spa at Mill Falls
The Lee Family
The Timberland Company
The Windham Junction
The Workout Club and Wellness Center
Usborne Books
Valvoline Instant Oil Change
Verizon Wireless Arena/SMG
Vertical Dreams Inc.
Water Country
Waterville Valley Resort
Whippersnappers
Wildwood Designs, LLC
Linda Wojtkiewicz
York's Wild Kingdom
Zorvino Vineyards
Sponsor / *Major Sponsor

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