“I’ve been entertaining for more than 40 years. I have a wonderful memories of sharing the stage with such great entertainers as Tommy Makem, Liam Clancy, Paddy Reilly, Eugene Byrne ... Local greats Rex Trailer and Dave Maynard joined me on stage. Radio shows with Norm Nathan, Larry Glick. There are some funny and heart warming stories,” Corcoran wrote in an email.
The website is called Tour Ireland with Brian and the link is tourirelandwithbrian.com.
The Andover Veteran’s Office maintains copies of military discharges for Andover’s veterans.
This is a courtesy service. This service, particularly at the time of a veteran’s death, often assists the veteran’s family.
This service is not automatic. Veterans need to provide their discharges to the veterans’ office for this service. The Andover Veteran’s Office is currently reviewing Korean Service veterans’ records.
If you know of any living Andover Korean Service veteran that has not provided a copy of their military discharge, please have them contact the Andover Veterans Office at (978) 623-8218.
You glow, girl
Andover Youth Services, Troop KBG (Kick Butt Girls), hosted a Glow Girls event called Girls Empowerment last Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Old Town Hall.
The Glow Girls are a well established and internationally known group of women that travel around the nation conducting girl empowerment workshops. Associated with the YouTube musical sensation group StarKid, the Glow Girls are dedicated to inspiring young women to find what makes them glow.
Troop KBG presented a similar message last year with the launch of the Beautiful Campaign. An initiative to encourage people to rethink how they define beauty and promote the idea to be comfortable with who you are, as you are, Karen Hua, a senior at the Andover High School, wrote in an email.
“We were so happy to host the Glow Girls event and help spread such a complimentary message to the young women of New England,” Hua said.
Local hearing expert named to board
Wendy J. Ring, Andover resident and owner of Andover Hearing Center, was recently selected to serve on the Board of the Massachusetts Academy of Audiology.
The MAA is a professional organization dedicated to serving the interests of audiologists and the people they service.
Ms. Ring will work with board members to advance the audiology profession and to support Massachusetts’s audiologists.