Dynamic Performance & Rehab Gets People Feeling Right about Themselves

Already deep into the first month of the New Year (and new decade), people vow to change their lifestyle. They want to eat healthier, exercise more, become better at work and/or become involved with numerous other possibilities. Some people will see or feel initial success and therefore, keep driving toward their goal. Others will stop because they fail to show results; thus believing they have not accomplished anything.

For anyone working toward improving their physical health, and that can be easily measured by the increased gym and physical fitness memberships that occurred over the holidays, there is that one other issue that they may not consider: injury prevention/management. Someone can think about becoming healthier, but it can be completely different from bouncing back from physical activity given a person’s age, size, experience, and other factors.

Restivo Monacelli LLP Appoints Kevin Hundley as Managing Partner

PROVIDENCE, R.I., January 15, 2020 – Restivo Monacelli LLP announced today that Kevin Hundley has been appointed Managing Partner, succeeding Edmund Restivo, Jr., who remains with the firm as a Founding Partner and will continue to service clients.

Kevin joined Restivo Monacelli in 2003 as a Manager in the Audit and Accounting Department, and was promoted to Partner in 2008. In that role, he oversaw the firm’s largest practice group and managed a growing team of professionals. As Managing Partner, Kevin will be responsible for the firm’s strategic direction and providing leadership on overall firm matters.  Among Kevin’s priorities are advancing the firm’s commitment of providing exceptional client advisory service and building a strong culture so that the entire firm is engaged in Restivo Monacelli’s forward progress.

Third Annual Christmas Eve Dinner Draws Large Crowd

The Third annual Christmas Eve Dinner held at the Millrace Kitchen in Woonsocket recently drew some 200 people who each received a hot meal, presents, and a picture with Santa along with arts and crafts.

This event is the brainchild of Ilanna Ball, a small business owner who began this tradition as a way to bridge the gap between Thanksgiving and Christmas. She received widespread community support in the form of donations, time and local businesses chipping in support.

“I am truly overwhelmed by the outpouring of support for this event, ” Ball said. “There are a lot of people who came out and wanted to help out in some way. The people came out in droves and waited in line before the event started. It really means a lot to me to be able to give back to the community that gave me so much in return.”

American Youth Football and Cheer (AYF/AYC) National Championship in Orlando, Florida

A group of hard-working athletes from Rhode Island were granted a national championship title at last week’s American Youth Football and Cheer (AYF/AYC) National Championship in Orlando, Florida.  Northwest Cheer, a recreational cheer organization based out of Northwest Rhode Island, received their third national championship title in their seven years in existence. The 100% volunteer run, non-profit youth organization which was founded in 2013 By Juli and Jeremy Dexter and Bobby and Laurie Enright, was created to give girls in the area an affordable opportunity to learn all aspects of the sport of cheerleading and cheer on their local football teams.

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