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NYC Photography Tour



NYC PHOTO TOUR - Street Photography Workshop



Saturday October 25, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 11:55 PM EDT
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Dear Kevin,

Now that summer is behind us, its time to make some fall photo plans. Join us for a day of photography in New York City.


On October 25 we are presenting our next photo tour and we invite you to jump on the bus.  Were heading to Manhattan for a day of street photography and exploration.  Once again we have partnered with our very able travel partners, NH TOURS to bring you this event.


Our tour package include a photo workshop, lunch, stops at key locations, photo coaching and of course we do the driving.  



For complete details and registration click on the links below

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If  you have traveled to NYC with us before you know what a blast this trip is. We have put together a great itinerary and will be in some ideal locations for street photography.  I look forward to having you join us on this photo adventure.




Dan Splaine

Dan Splaine Photography


Paradigm Plumbing, Heating & A/C September Newsletter

Paradigm Plumbing, Heating and A/C




September, 2014 - In This Issue:



Preventative Maintenance Contracts



Good Practices for Boilers and Furnaces 


Maintaining records of maintenance and all repairs to support manufacturer, extended or home maintenance warranty contracts, or for the sale of your home is a good practice. Paradigm Plumbing, Heating and A/C keeps accurate and detailed reports of work performed, findings and recommendations. It is also our practice to label equipment serviced with our Paradigm tag giving you easy access and peace of mind on who to call for general care and in an emergency. We are trained to be your equipments general or specialized caretaker. Call or respond to this newsletter with your concerns. 



Come join us as we help others by donating blood. You may have a reason to donate but you don't need one. Bring a friend and come to meet new friends. Walk-ins welcomed or call now to set up a convenient time for you.







 1:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.

Food, gifts and raffle


First Time Donor

 Ease your concerns.

Check out some helpful information.



Preventative Maintenance


Our annual Paradigm Preventative Maintenance contracts can be set up for one to five years. Most new homeowners are not aware that new equipment warranty contracts are not transferable.  We have no problem transferring our Paradigm Preventative Maintenance contract from a current to new homeowner. Call us to set up your Paradigm Preventative Maintenance contract for all you heating, cooling and water heater systems.  


Find out more here!



The Paradigm Team includes you! Please provide  some important information.


- Make, model, serial number on equipment.
- Fuel source: oil, natural gas, propane
- Install date:  year
- Is there any current warranty
- Did Paradigm install the equipment
- Last date service and last date cleaned
- Unusual odors, sounds or no sounds
- Any leaks around the unit
- Any break in power to home 




Congratulations to August's Customer Appreciation Drawing Winner!


City Side Management


Thank you so much for being such a wonderful and dedicated customer!   




Families in Transition presents the " I AM ONE "





How Are We Doing?

Let us know what you think about the newsletter! Is there anything you would like us to add? We would love to hear from you. You can give us a call or email us!




Thank you to everyone who         made this possible!

















Catch a ride to Hooksett Old Home Day

September 20th, Saturday

Paradigm Plumbing, Heating & A/C will be hosting a booth at the Hooksett Old Home Day on Saturday, Septemeber 20th from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. This is a free fair available for everyone with food, crafts, a BBQ, entertainment and a parade that will be at 10:00 AM. We hope to see you there and be a part of this exciting day! Come by to sign up for a





Do not store items near a boiler. Paint cans, gas, oil, snow blower or lawn equipment to list a few should not be anywhere around boilers. These items at proper temperature could cause an explosion. Let's all be safe. 


Forced Hot Water Boiler



Oil Boiler System cleaning and safety inspection should be done annually.


Gas Boiler System cleaning and safety inspection should be done annaully.



Kedel Boiler   



Kedel pellet boilers contain a self-cleaning heat exchanger, which means most of the cleaning associated with ash, the byproduct of burning pellets, is done by the system. Required cleaning is reduced to once or twice a year and can be performed by the homeowner or a certified installed.


Annual inspection for operational safety and warranty protection is required by a licensed installer. 


Considering a new heating system, then check out the KEDEL. The state offers an incredible rebate of up to $6,000.Call and ask to speak to our specialized KEDEL team about install, rebate, and financing options. 





Forced Hot Air 


Oil Furnace System cleaning and safety inspection should be done annually.


Gas Furnace System cleaning and safety inspection should be done annually.
















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Resume for Steve Wall

Steve R. Wall

158 Concord Road J17

Billerica, MA 01821

Phone: (978) 835-9948


TECHNICAL SUMMARY: Windows Operating System; Microsoft Office: Excel, PowerPoint, Word; Adobe; Aceit; Activclient; Printers; Hardware; Office Communicator; Dameware; usmt3/4; Thinkvantage; Swimage; Citrix; Ghost; Deepfreeze


RELEVANT COURSEWORK: Office Applications, Networking Tools and Techniques, Desktop Operating Systems, Servers, PC Repair and Support, Advanced PC Repair and Support, Customer Service, Microsoft Windows Server, Microsoft Windows Infrastructure, Security+







 Junior System Administrator                                                                    

August 2012-August 2014

-Desktop support for DoD staff, both civilian and military

-Testing both hardware and software and configuration of desktop and laptop devices

-Troubleshooting problematic tools such as VPN(Cisco), operating system bugs, and wireless connectivity

-Ensuring that all desktops and laptops on network are compliant with USAF regulations

-SECRET clearance as of November 2012

-Environment: Windows Operating System; Microsoft Office: Excel, PowerPoint, Word; Printers; Adobe; Aceit; Office Communicator; Activclient; Dameware; usmt3/4




October 2011-August 2012

-Deployment technician, handling data migration and replacement of IBM T60,T61, T400 laptops to HP 8460s

-Configure Microsoft Office on all migrated systems

-Environment: Windows Operating System; Microsoft Office: Excel, PowerPoint, Word; Thinkvantage client for network selection/vpn;, usmt3; Greenline (Fidelity Custom Software)




September 2011

-Project Team lead of a 4 person team

-Roll out and re-imaging of 200-400 desktops and laptops using Swimage

-Environment: Custom data transfer scripts; Swimage


SHIRE HGT, Lexington, MA


June 2011-September 2011

-Worked as a member of a team of 6 doing a laptop refresh project imaging, deploying and ghosting over 600 laptops

-Environment: SCCM (for remote installs via group policy) custom scripts for data transfer; Citrix systems




May 2011

-Assisted the Network Administrators with the deployment of 100-200 PCs, including imaging and freezing

-Troubleshot printers, and PC connectivity to the network

-Provided instruction to staff members as to how to access their files on new computers as well as printing into the lab

-Environment: Windows Operating System; Microsoft Office: Excel, PowerPoint, Word; Printers; Hardware; Dameware; Deepfreeze; Ghost


CHILI’S BAR & GRILL, Burlington, MA




ON THE BORDER, Tyngsboro, MA

BOH/FOH Float        


-Maintained flexibility and knowledge of front of house (FOH)/back of house (BOH) duties

-Served as a certified trainer for the FOH and BOH, ensuring newly hired employees were trained and continually developed

-Assisted with FOH and BOH scheduling, ordering of supplies, and inventory management



Retail Supervisor/Food Server



EDUCATION            :


LINCOLN TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, Lowell, MA                                               

May 2010-May-2011


Completed an intensive 1080 hour program of hands-on and classroom instruction with focus on technical support, networking/repairing personal computers, and MS-Windows Operating Systems installation



High School Graduate

Certificate of Proficiency in Food Service/Restaurant Management/Culinary Arts



Resume for Sarita Batra

Sarita Batra

100 Tanglewood Drive                                                                                                                  978-821-9795

Dracut MA 01826                                                                                                 


Senior Bank Teller

Professional Summary

Trustworthy teller, who enjoys working in a customer-focused work environment, offers strong knowledge of banking products and services. Dependable and punctual with outstanding mathematical aptitude, has saved money to the Company (new fraud Account). Work is error free and very accurate in balancing and making transaction for customers.

Skills & Strengths


Able to give accurate and detailed information to bank clients.


Proven ability to direct customers to proper staff.


Dedicated and detailed-high level of accuracy and strong attention to details.


Fluent in English, Hindi and Punjabi.


Self sufficient, Positive, Cheerful, People-Oriented, Punctual, Flexible and Quick Learner.

 Professional Experience

Bank/Float Teller, Eastern Bank, Lowell, MA                                                                                   2008 - 2014


Executed customer transactions, including deposits, withdrawals, money orders and checks.


Rapidly and efficiently prepared customer and ATM cash and change orders.


Organized, stocked and maintained the teller window area.


Processed quarterly Vault and ATM audits with a zero error rate.


Collected member loan payments.


Make the withdrawal from customer account and issue cashier's checks, traveler's checks and money orders.


Answered telephone inquiries on banking products including checking, savings, loans and lines of credit. Maintained friendly and professional customer interactions.

Senior Teller, Mass Bank, Lowell, MA                                                                                            1992 - 2008


Process deposits to customer accounts; includes verification of cash, verification of endorsements, and providing customers with receipts Cash checks for customers and non-customers.


Process and properly record the sale of monetary instruments (i.e. official bank checks), mandated reports related to large cash transactions, and the sale of all monetary instruments.


Process various types of loan payments and credit card cash advances.


Assist with providing customers with access to safe deposit area.


Bachelor of Arts, Economics and History, Delhi University, D. R. College, Delhi, India

Networking Success Story - Roshni Pecora - Northeast Dance Center

For me networking is a wonderful way to share my enthusiasm and passion about the business of not only teaching dance but connecting with our community and youth. You never know who you are going to meet, the people you can connect with, form relationships with and ultimately inspire or help. Also I use networking as a challenge to myself. Being somewhat shy by nature networking makes me step out of my comfort zone in return I have gained more self confidence and trust in myself. 

Roshni Pecora

Northeast Dance Center

4 Dracut Street

Lawrence Ma 01843

978 758 7160

Resume for Barbara Copley

Barbara Kathleen Copley

          45 Meghann Lane                                     978-452-0430                    

Lowell, Massachusetts 01852            



Innovative hard worker possessing excellent organizational, analytical, and interpersonal skills.  Detail oriented team player with the ability to work independently through own initiative.  Eager to take on new challenges.


Data Entry           Maintain Database/Files            Order Supplies

Reception/Phones Schedule Appointments   Payroll/Timekeeping

Prepare Reports   Notary Public                   Create correspondence




Increased retention by providing timely assessment and understanding of customer needs, while offering thoughtful solutions to assure satisfaction.


Built trust by projecting a professional image, utilizing strong communication and organizational skills, while serving a highly diverse customer base.


Avoided liability by properly handling confidential information and personal documentation, while prioritizing work flow to meet strict compliance deadlines.


Earned respect by training new staff, answering questions regarding complex situations, and using a common sense approach in problem solving.


Increased productivity by focusing on detail and accuracy, methodically compiling documentation, and exercising proper follow up procedures.


Professional Experience

 Mortgage Originator               Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union     2003-2013

 Operations Supervisor I         Middlesex Superior Court       2000-2003

 Admissions Assistant                      Newbury College                     1994-2000

 Administrative Assistant        University of Massachusetts             1988-1994



Lowell High School                 Business/Secretarial – Graduate            University of Massachusetts      Associate of Science – Magna Cum Laude        


                                                   Bachelor of Liberal Arts – Cum Laude

Resume for Jonathan Dickens

Jonathan E. Dickens

4 Baldwin Street |Nashua, NH 03064 | (603) 921-6551|


Conversion Program for Certification in Secondary Education/Social Studies

Rivier University, December 2013

M.A., Jewish Education & Jewish Communal Service                                      Gratz College, May 2011

B.A., Judaic Studies                                                                                                        University at Albany, May 2009

Study Abroad, Jerusalem                                                                                             Hebrew University 8/2007-6/2008

Independent Study, Jerusalem Yeshiva Midrash Shmuel



Nashua School District, Nashua, NH

                Substitute Teacher                       September 2013 - Present

                Duties and Accomplishments included:


Continuation of curricular goals in the absence of a classroom teacher


Supervision of classes in the event of a classroom teacher’s absence


Nashua High School South, Nashua, NH

Student Teaching Internship           August 2013-December 2013

            Duties and Accomplishments included:


Observance  of cooperating teacher


Creation and implementation of lesson plans for an Honors level World Studies courses (9th Grade)


Creation and implementation of lesson plans for two Extension level World Studies courses (9th Grade)


Assumption of the duties of my cooperating teacher throughout the duration of the internship

Practicum                      January 2013-May 2013

                Duties and Accomplishments included:


Observance of various teachers within the field of Social Studies.

 United Synagogue Youth: Nashua Chapter                  October 2011 – June 2012, September 2013 – Present

Youth Advisor

                Duties and Accomplishments included:                                                                                                                 


Working with teens to build their skills in programming and leadership


Temple Beth Abraham Religious School                        October 2011-Present               

Hebrew High School Teacher, 8th/9th Grade, (September 2013-Present)

                Duties and Accomplishments included:


Creation and implementation of lesson plans for a mixed level of eighth and ninth graders


Maintenance of contact with the parent of the students.

Hebrew School Teacher, 5th Grade, (September 2013 – Present & October 2011– June 2012)

                Duties and Accomplishments included:


Creation and implementation of lesson plans suitable for a mixed leveled class of fifth graders


Maintenance of contact with the parents of the students. 


Berkshire Hills Emanuel Camps, Copake, NY                             June 2011 – September 211

                Program Director

                Duties and Accomplishments included:


Creation of the daily schedule for the entire camp


Creation and implementation of a Drive-In movie night as a special program.  It was well received.

                Jewish Cultural Programming

                Duties and Accomplishments included:


Creation and implementation of Shabbat Programming that helped instill Jewish Identity into campers that did not necessarily have access to Judaism at home


Creation and implementation of Tisha B’Av program


                Duties and Accomplishments included:


Facilitation of registration and collection process


Creation of the American Camp Association (ACA) accreditation folder


Camp Rama in the Poconos, Philadelphia, PA                        October 2010-May 2011

                Jewish Education Intern

                Duties and Accomplishments included:


Field work experience that included the hiring process, recruiting campers, and program development


Gratz College Development Office, Melrose Park, PA                          August 2010-May 2011

                Development Intern

                Duties and Accomplishments included:


Field work experience in Institutional Advancement including fundraising, soliciting new donors, and contacting foundations to apply for grant funding


Beth Shalom, Elkins Park, PA                                                                                                                                                                2009-2010

Hebrew School Teacher, 3rd Grade

                Duties and Accomplishments included:


Creation and implementation  of lesson plans suitable for a mixed leveled class of third graders


Maintenance of contact with the parents of the students


National Conference of Synagogue Youth, Albany, NY                     2008-2009

Youth Advisor  

Duties and Accomplishments included:


Working with teens to build their skills in programming and leadership


Camp Yavneh, Northwood, NH                              Summers 2008, 2009


Duties and Accomplishments included:


Supervision of 11 and 12 year old boys; staffed the climbing wall and zip line

Camp Tevya, Brookline, NH                               Summers 2006, 2007


                Duties and Accomplishments included:


Service as a counselor for 11 and 12 year old boys


Service as an area coordinator for the low ropes course



Committee Member, High School Curriculum Development, Temple Beth Abraham, 2013 – Present

Committee Member, The New Hampshire Jewish Reporter, JFNH, 2011- Present

Committee Member, Yom Ha’atzmaut Celebration, JFNH, 2012

Founder/Executive Director, Welcome to Your Home, January 2011 – Present

Through the Tribe 12 Fellowship, founded venture to work with families that have strained relationships with other family members as a result of different levels of religious observance within Judaism.

Co-President, Student Governing Board, Gratz College, Fall Semester 2010 – May 2011

Board of Governors – Student Representative, Gratz College December 2009 – May 2011

Represented the student body as liaison to the Board of Governors and participated in the strategic planning committee in 2010.

Student Representative, Presidential Search Committee, Gratz College, December 2009 – 2010



Microsoft Office


Database experience (RaisersEdge)




Social Media


Educational Technology (Smart Board, Voki, and other online resources like Youtube and


UBD Lesson Planning





                Initial Educator License |License# 473958 | Exp. 3/13/2019 | Endorsements: History (5-8), History (8-12)


New Hampshire

                Beginning Educator Certificate| EdID# 109668 | Exp. 6/30/2017 | Endorsements: Social Studies (5-12)



Tribe 12: Social Entrepreneur Fellowship, Philadelphia, 2011

Academic Achievement Scholarship, University at Albany, 2005-2009

Cornerstone Fellow, Federation for Jewish Camp (FJC), 2009

Co-Chair, J.E.S.N.A. Annual Conference in Malibu, CA, 2008

Convention Staff, United Synagogue Youth (USY), 2006-2007

Participant, Taglit Birthright Israel, 2006

Eagle Scout, 2003




“What Does it Mean to be Affilitated.” Presentense Magazine. [online]. October 2011.


Regular contributions to “The Jewish Reporter,” the Jewish paper for the New Hampshire Jewish Community



European Cruises with Garavanian Travel

Regent Seven Seas



Cost: All Inclusive, 2 for 1 Fares - Call for Details

Type of Trip: 



About This Trip

Enjoy the most inclusive cruise experience ever. This is cruising as it was meant to be — a luxurious world where everything is included without exception and without compromise. Personal service soars into the sublime aboard our elegant ships, liberating you to follow your heart, fulfill your desires, and explore exciting new places in complete and absolute comfort. Expect gratifying luxuries. Anticipate the world’s most exotic destinations. Indulge in world-class cuisine. Trust that your voyage will be enlightening in ways you never imagined. Regent Seven Seas Cruises® promises an extraordinary experience. Enjoy … It’s all included.


  • 2-for-1 Fares PLUS Early Booking Savings Per Suite
  • FREE Roundtrip Air*
  • FREE Roundtrip Business Class Air*
  • FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions*
  • FREE Luxury Hotel Package*
  • FREE Transfers Between Airport and Ship*
  • FREE Pre-Paid Gratuities
  • FREE Unlimited Beverages Including Fine Wines and Premium Spirits
  • FREE Open Bars and Lounges PLUS
    In-Suite Mini-bar Replenished Daily
  • FREE Specialty Restaurants
  • FREE 24-Hour Room Service
  • Elegant Casual Dress Code – Formal and Semi-Formal Attire Optional on Sailings of 16 Nights or Longer
  • Welcome bottle of champagne
  • Up to four gourmet restaurants including the iconic steakhouse Prime 7, plus haute French cuisine at Signatures, Continental dining at Compass Rose, casual indoor and outdoor dining at La Veranda, our new Tuscan-inspired evening restaurant Sette Mari at La Veranda and the al fresco Pool Grill
  • In-Suite Dining, Served Course-By-Course During Restaurant Hours
  • Butler Service in Penthouse Suites and Higher, Included iPad® in Suite, iPod®Docking Station and Complimentary
    In-Suite Mini-Bar Setup
  • Fitness Programs, Sauna and Steam Rooms in the Spa
  • Onboard Activities Including Expert Guest Lectures, Theatre Performance and Day-Time Entertainment
  • Interactive Flat Screen Television in Each Suite With Extensive Media Library and Complimentary Movies-On-Demand

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