Alex Talcott of Amesbury has joined Newburyport-based Wellsco Realty LLC as a real estate salesmen.
Talcott will represent property buyers and sellers locally as well as on the Seacoast. He has run a local marketing communications business for the past two years, teaches at Newbury College and is a former practicing attorney. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Notre Dame Law School.
Antonia (Toni) Sierra of Georgetown, a hospice aide with Hospice of the North Shore & Greater Boston, was awarded the second annual Lane-Butler Gift of Compassion.
Sierra, who was nominated by her peers for the award, was cited for her great care and compassion with hospice patients and their families.
The Lane-Butler Gift of Compassion is an annual gift to a hospice aide with Hospice of the North Shore & Greater Boston. It honors the life of David Lane, who was a hospice patient, and the compassion of his hospice aide, John Butler. The gift is made possible by the generosity of Lane’s wife, Lynn Lane, and their family and friends. It is presented annually in June to coincide with National Nursing Assistants Week.
For more information, contact Hospice of the North Shore & Greater Boston at 978-774-7566 or visit www.hnsgb.org.
Organics moves on
Little Duck Organics, an innovator in healthy snacks for kids, has recently moved its storage facilities from the Newburyport CleanTech Center to Brooklyn, N.Y., where the company hopes to expand on its success.
Formed in 2011, Little Duck Organics develops 100 percent organic Tiny Fruits kids snacks. It becomes the first “graduate” of the CleanTech Center, a nonprofit business incubator.
Little Duck Organics CEO and founder Zak Normandin said in the beginning stages of developing its product, the company found its sales and marketing office in downtown Newburyport was constantly overfilled with boxes.