Josh Keller Fundraiser
On February 11, 2017, Joshua Keller was unexpectedly shot in the neck by an accidental weapon discharge while in Washington State. Joshua is a specialist assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment,7th Infantry Division. Joshua’s twin brother; also an Army Ranger, was present at the time of the shooting. The surgeons at the hospital credit Zachary with saving his twin brother’s life by administering CPR several times as well as taking numerous measures to help control the bleeding. While the bullet and bone fragment are still lodged in his spine, Joshua is working on his recovery in a Boston Army hospital.
After hearing of accident, the idea for having a raffle fundraiser to raise funds for the family was conceived by Kendra Davis, massage therapist at Barclay Chiropractic and friend of the Keller Family. Staff purchased “Joshua Strong” t-shirts, a fundraiser done by the local high school and wore the t-shirts weekly during the fundraiser.
On May 11, 2017, Matt Keller (Joshua’s father) came to the office to draw the winning raffle ticket. The fundraiser basket raffle raised over $1000 from patients and staff. Mary Fretwell of Nashua was the winner of the basket.
Barclay Chiropractic would like to thank our patients and the community for the support that they gave to and continue to give the Keller Family. Our continued prayers go out to Joshua and the Keller Family.
Lue’s Retirement On June 1st 2017, Lue Kennedy retired from her post as receptionist at Barclay Chiropractic after 18 years of devoted service.
Lue was the face of Barclay Chiropractic. She loved our patients always putting the patients' needs as her first priority. She weathered many difficult changes in the healthcare industry and never lost her sense of humor or her dedication to patients and Barclay Chiropractic. Dr. B describes Lue as "a special lady who is both extremely loyal and a lifelong friend".
A retirement luncheon was held at T-Bones Restraurant. Happy Retirement Lue! You will be missed.