We provide online, hands-on and hybrid certification/training courses in CPR, First Aid, Safety and EMS. Our owners and instructors are local firefighters, EMTs, Paramedics and nurses and bring real-world experiences and best practices to better prepare our students for when they are called to help someone in need.
Accurit was founded in 2012 with one mission — to provide the highest quality of IT services through onsite collaboration with, and dedication to, our valued customers.
Accurit is not a managed services company. We are a “managed onsite” company. Our staff comes to your organization. We interact with your users face-to-face. We take care of you where you work. And if you need us when we’re offsite, we’re never more than a direct, non-ticketed e-mail or phone call away.
Accurit will craft for your organization a plan of action, within budget, for any technology solutions you require. Your bottom line is our first priority. Accurit has the flexibility to work with companies of all sizes to give you the IT services your organization demands, without giving you more than you need.
Customized IT Solutions for your growing business.
Burke’s Hot Sauce handcrafts and ferments, high-quality ingredients using specialty recipes making small batched hot sauce, locally made in Norwell. We’re family-owned and community focused.
A little about the Burkes: We like to think the spicy stars aligned when Shannon & Kevin (both hot sauce aficionados) met in Boston in 2010. The early days of our relationship consisted of many competitions of who could tolerate the hottest sauce (Shannon usually won) and sharing our love of making tacos & guac became a weekly ritual. We eventually expanded our family by welcoming our daughter Soleil and why we made the move to Norwell. Now that we had a garden, it only made sense to begin growing hot peppers and concocting our own unique recipes! We started testing different variations of hot sauce with our friends & family, and as the demand grew, we realized we were loving the whole process. It was a sequence of events that added to our innate entrepreneurial spirit and voila, Burke’s Hot Sauce was born. The hot peppers were on the wall!
Focused on fun, customer service and safety, Busy Bee Jumpers & Tents has been serving your event needs in Massachusetts for over fifteen years. Our family owned and operated business is focused on making your day unforgettable.
We rent bounce-houses, moonwalks, water-slides, interactive games and more for your backyard birthdays, company picnics, school functions, sporting events, festivals, fundraisers and corporate events. We have all the essentials, from tents to lights to tables and chairs (even in kid-sizes). If you want to make your party extra sweet, rent one of our cotton candy, snow-cone or popcorn machines or our brand new Snowie Bus!
Big or small, your event will be our priority – we will do whatever it takes to make your special event a day to remember. Our rentals are delivered on-time, clean, insured and inspected. We handle the setup and have someone on call during your entire event. We guarantee our staff is not only friendly and helpful, but also trained in CPR and first aid.
You can place your order directly on this site. If you need help deciding or don’t see exactly what you are looking for please call, we’re happy to help!
Welcome to Cheever Tavern, where flavorful, handmade food and drink, prepared with the freshest, locally sourced ingredients, is served in an equally tasteful setting, whether you’re inside, on the deck, or beside the fire pit on the patio. We’re a contemporary American Tavern situated in historic Norwell Center, with a nod to the past, but a passion for today’s tastes.
Cheever Tavern is named for Pulitzer Prize winner John Cheever, one of America’s premier authors of the 20th century. Cheever was born in Quincy, and he attended Thayer Academy. His first published short story, “Expelled,” was based on his experience at Thayer. Cheever passed away on June 18, 1982. His funeral was held across the street at the First Parish Unitarian Church, with his eulogy delivered by John Updike. He is buried next to his parents, a few feet from the front door of Cheever Tavern.