Now, more than ever, we all need to give and receive a little old-fashioned kindness, so Ashland Farm has embarked upon a Radiant Acts of Kindness campaign this summer with the goal of touching thousands of lives.See https://www.prweb.com/releases/2018/07/prweb15615246.htm for more details. As a result, they are doing many acts to support and celebrate local people and groups.
On Monday, August 6, alongside Senator Tarr and the director of veteran affairs, Ashland Farm honored Frank Korycki, a resident at Ashland Farm at North Andover assisted living community, who recently marked a century alongside Senator Bruce Tarr, North Andover veteran services director, Joe LeBlanc, good friends, family, and Ashland Farm associates. A longtime resident of the North Andover area and one of the few remaining World War II veterans, Frank spent his 27th birthday enduring the Hiroshima bombing while stationed in Japan.
Then, on Tuesday, August 7, the new Miss Massachusetts, Gabriela Taveras, a Lawrence native, recently paid a visit to the Ashland Farm at North Andover assisted living community where associates and residents presented her with a check for $1,000 for her Children’s Miracle Network charity. The donation was part of Ashland Farm’s annual Radiant Acts of Kindness campaign, which is devoted to giving good old-fashioned kindness and encouraging others in North Andover to do the same. Through the campaign, the community performed over 40 Radiant Acts.