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Businesses that are the lifeblood of our community are themselves adapting to new recommendations and mandates for safety.  Restaurants.  Stores and shops and services.  They've changed it up with creativity and passion.  Support them.  Buy gift cards.  Get take out—regularly.  Shop online with them, our neighbors, before clicking to Amazon or chain stores.

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Philio Wigglesworth Cushing of Churchill Properties was recently recognized at the Churchill Properties Award ceremony for her outstanding sales achievements in 2019, earning one of the highest company awards, the International Presidents Elite Award.

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Larry Smith, Managing Director of Canter Brook, LLC, recently presented the Hamilton Affordable Housing Trust with $2,175,000 in conjunction with the Ribbon Cutting event for The Village at Canter Brook Farm’s model home on Thursday, February 13, 2020.  

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Artist Amy Furman will be featured in an exhibit this month at Gladstone in Manchester.  Furman attended Massachusetts College of Art and graduated in 1975 with a B.F.A. in painting. During the summers of her sophomore and junior years, she studied with James Gahagan, a former student of Hans Hoffman, in Vermont. This experience led her to the decision to become a painter.

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OLSON LEWIS + Architects welcomes John Harden as their newest principal. John is a licensed architect with over 18 years of project experience, including institutions of higher education, independent schools, commercial architecture, multi-family housing, and local non-profits.  

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Architectural and building firm Carpenter & MacNeille was named as a 2020 Best of Boston Home recipient. The award was granted at a reception earlier in December 2019 at the Boston Design Center at a gathering of more than 300 of the region’s top home professionals.

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More than 300 guests gathered at The Women’s Fund of Essex County’s 17th Annual Grant Awards Luncheon held October 17 at Danversport in Danvers, MA.  The Annual Luncheon recognized and honored sixteen nonprofit agencies that provide outreach and life skills to women and girls throughout Esse…

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One of Boston’s most recognized financial professionals, Natasha Lamb, was honored by the Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus (MWPC) with the Abigail Adams Award for women who have demonstrated a firm commitment to advancing the political, economic and social rights for women.