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“If you’ve got an old fridge or freezer chugging away in your garage or basement, this is the best time to recycle and enjoy the special $100 rebate,” said Ed White, vice president of customer and business strategy, National Grid. “Not only are you earning easy money without doing any heavy lifting, but you can save up to $150 throughout the year in reduced energy costs by retiring your energy-inefficient fridge or freezer.”

Units picked up through the program are transported to an appliance recycling facility operated by JACOEnvironmental. JACO safely removes harmful materials from the old energy-guzzlers, reclaiming 95 percent of the materials in the appliances for reuse in manufacturing new products. Even the foam insulation is safely incinerated to generate electricity.

Officiated by members of the Greater Haverhill Clergy Association, joint choirs from Temple Emanu-El, Calvary Baptist and members of the Moishe Kavod House in Boston will celebrate Dr. King’s legacy of diversity and freedom, with a special memorial tribute to international global leader Nelson Mandela. Musical direction is by Calvary Baptist Music Director Joseph Devoe and Mindy Harris. Service will take place at Temple Emanu-El, 514 Main Street, Haverhill. Service is open to the public. A Fellowship reception will follow. For more information, visit or call: (978) 373-3861.

Also in Haverhill on Monday, Emmaus House is hosting a day of service in honor of King from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Participants can sign up for one of four service projects to help the homeless and feed the hungry in Haverhill. For more information or to register, call 978-241-3444, send an email to or register by logging on to

NORTH ANDOVER — A public hearing will be held Tuesday, Jan. 28 from 6:30– 8:30 p.m. at the Stevens Memorial Library 345 Main St. to discuss the implications surrounding the recent discovery of Emerald Ash Borer in eastern Massachusetts trees.

Central to this meeting is the issue of establishing a quarantine boundary within the affected county that would restrict the movement of certain wood products under certain conditions. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a question-and-answer session, and general feedback will be elicited to help guide the state’s actions as it moves forward with responding to the discovery of this destructive pest.

LAWRENCE — A Basic English as a Second Language (BESL) course will be offered this spring through Northern Essex Community College’s Center for Adult Education Programs and Practitioners at NECC Riverwalk, 360 Merrimack St., Lawrence. This high-beginner level course for non-native speakers of English is designed to help students develop their language skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking for effective communication in the workplace, for everyday use within the community, and in preparation for entering Academic ESL at NECC. Students will also develop and begin to use strategies for independent learning.

The cost is $235 per person. The class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 to 9 p.m., Jan. 23 through May 15. Class will not be held during NECC’s spring break or on holidays. For more information or to register, contact Cynthia Faulkner at or 978-659-1279.

To donate gift certificates or products for the team’s silent auction event, please email A total of 22 girls are on the school’s Varsity and JV volleyball teams. KSA Events is a nonprofit organization, which sponsors high school sporting events and provides individual scholarships to select seniors competing in the events. By giving athletes the opportunity to further develop and demonstrate the educational aspects of sports, KSA national events exposes students to new forms of responsibility and sportsmanship. The volleyball team thanks the community for its support.