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George Mosher of Andover, MA worked for Andover Youth Service as a tennis instructor for kids between the ages of eight and sixteen. This was his first summer job. He then started working at Salvatore’s Restaurant in Andover as a busser and food runner. His responsibilities included greeting customers with water and bread.

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George Mosher Andover MA

A Hard-Working Person

George Mosher of Andover, MA is a hard-working individual whose first job was volunteer work because he was not old enough to get a regular job. He worked for Andover Youth Service in the capacity of a tennis instructor. He then worked at Salvatore’s Restaurant in Andover. He worked at the restaurant when it first opened and stayed there until May of 2013. He then was offered a summer job by his longtime tennis coach. George Mosher of Andover, MA had a number of jobs despite his young age. He volunteered as a tennis instructor with Andover Youth Service before he even was old enough to work. He then worked as a busser and food runner at a local restaurant. Later his tennis coach offered him a job at Vesper Country Club in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts.


George Mosher Andover MA

A Tennis Instructor

George Mosher of Andover, MA started working at Vesper Country Club in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts in May of 2013. He became a tennis instructor and taught lessons to the members of the club from ages eight to sixteen. Sometimes he gave lessons to adults, too. He did not work during his senior year of high school because he was very busy with schoolwork and college applications. George Mosher of Andover, MA started working at a very young age and had a number of jobs by the time he graduated high school, including a volunteer position with Andover Youth Service, working as a busser for Salvatore’s Restaurant and being a tennis instructor at Vesper Country Club. Mosher has started his own car detailing business during his last year of high school and had a lot of Andover residents use his services.


George Mosher Andover MA

Many Jobs

George Mosher of Andover, MA started receiving jobs from a temp agency called Express Employment Professionals in 2015. The jobs included stocking chips for Frito-Lay and remodeling a Wal-Mart. Mosher then started working at La Quinta Hotel in Andover as a laundry attendant. He was responsible for cleaning, folding and sorting towels and linens. He also helped clean the hallways and rooms, took out the trash and cleaned the dining area.


George Mosher Andover MA

Benefits Of Regular Exercise

Most people including George Mosher of Andover, MA know that regular exercise brings a lot of health benefits. It helps the body protect itself from all kinds of diseases. It also assists in fighting depression and improves mental performance. However, many people don’t realize that the benefits of exercise go beyond physical and psychological. Achievement of fitness goals can help a person overcome fears and weaknesses and provide a blueprint for success in other areas of life.

We are creatures of habit and we all have patterns of behavior that we follow every day. According to a study from Duke University, around forty percent of our daily actions are habits. In many situations, these habits are very useful. They save us both time and energy by letting us skip the decisions about what toothpaste to use or how to wash our bodies. However, some habits and patterns are more complex and aren’t always useful. For example, studies show that many families that eat fast foods on a regular basis eat more than they had originally intended. They usually start with one time a week, then two times a week and so on, until eventually they find themselves buying tons of fast food almost every day.



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