Henry is a New Bedford, Massachusetts native. He comes from a long line of city employees. He graduated from, St. Anthony Elementary, Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School and then from Bristol Community College with an Associates Degree in Communications.
Henry is thirty-one years old and has two children. He and his wife Theresa (Tee) have been married for 6 years. They own a home in New Bedford. He has been working in restaurants most of his life. He’s owned Four Corners Breakfast on Nauset Street for two years and Cobblestone Restaurant in Downtown for the last four years. In addition to his Associates Degree Henry holds a Culinary Educator Certification and is a Culinary Instructor at GNB Voc Tech. He is also a student at Fitchburg State College earning his Baccalaureate Degree in Occupational Education.
Henry has always had a passion for public service. As a business owner Henry jumped right into the non-profit volunteerism scene donating time, gift certificates, and services. He was a Board member at Downtown New Bedford Incorporated, is a SMILES mentor and an active alumni at BCC. His passion for the city of New Bedford and its future is evident in the pieces he writes for publications like NewBedford360.com, the Weekly Compass and his occasional editorials in the Standard Times. He decision to leave the entrepreneurial world and enter education supports his commitment to family and the future of this city.
Henry Bousquet can be reached at: Hoek7@aol.com
Henry is a candidate for New Bedford Councilor at Large in the upcoming 2007 election. Henry's Camapign website is located at: http://www.henrybousquet.com.
Councilor Ward 3 - Bousquet announces office hours
Please come and invite your friends and neighbors to join our conversation about how to build this community and make quality of life better for all. "Bring your ideas and concerns and I will see if I can help you." says Bousquet ~ Contact Henry at 508-989-7487 or at email@example.com for more details.
Absent at most council meetings. Invisible in her public public appearances. Unresponsive to phone calls and messages left. Out of touch with its residents.
GUARDIAN ANGELS - NEW BEDFORD CHAPTER
Building on the success of our Saturday patrol of the north end we will be Patrolling the south end this Saturday coming! So look for the Guardian Angels to be out around Brock ave, and the fort after dark.
We will also be meeting at the Bullard Street NA Meeting at Saint Anthony's Church in August for anyone who has more concerns or questions about the GA involvement in our city and can not make this months meeting.
Anyone one having questions please feel free to call me and I will do what i can to answer them as the GA official spokes"Angel" for the New Bedford GA.
Thanks and DARE TO CARE, New Bedford!
Mt.Pleasant Street Neighborhood Association
SECOND COMMANDER, NB GUARDIAN ANGELS
While election day draws near, as a constituent; I wait for my representatives to give me some idea as to why I should vote them back for yet another term.