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Northshore September 2015

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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182 | MAY + JUNE 2015 182 November 2012 WOMEN'S BUSINESS ALLIANCE MEMBERS A Happy Hostess, Peabody Alison Harden Design, Manchester Alyse Gause Photography, Beverly Cathy Crist Interior Design Studio, Salem Club C Fitness, Gloucester Coastal Windows & Exteriors, Beverly Communica ons Ink, Prides Crossing Couture Planet, Lynn Hanson Financial Group, Manchester HistoryKeep, Marblehead J. Mode, Salem JW Designs, Beverly K. Marshall Design Inc., Wenham Kim Barnes Kimball, LLC, Wenham Klara Kelly Designs, Marblehead Kris na Cres n Design LLC, Manchester Kyla Salon, Gloucester Leavi & Co., Manchester Luxebar, Peabody M. Lekkakos Spa, Salon & Bou que, Wenham Madam Had'em, Marblehead & Manchester Maplewood Benefits, Prides Crossing Meg Erickson Handbags, Beverly Millennium Personal Spa, Beverly New Leaf Redesign, Marblehead O'verlays, Beverly Over the Rainbow, Beverly Ray of Light Chiroprac c, PC, Topsfield Relish Catering & Events, Manchester Sarah J Consul ng, Lynn Ship Shape Organize, Wenham Style Studio Photography, Manchester Sweetwater & Co., Beverly Farms & Marblehead The Singing Flower, Wenham Toccare Spa, Topsfield Zazou's Accessories, Wenham The Women's Business Alliance is comprised of women business owners committed to raising awareness of The Women's Fund throughout Essex County. Please visit for more information. The Women's Fund of Essex County is a field of interest fund of Essex County Community Foundation. PROUDLY AWARDING OVER $1,000,000 IN GRANTS THROUGHOUT ESSEX COUNTY Congratula ons to The Women's Fund from The Women's Business Alliance 182 in-depth PLACES material and keep them on task. "We really dive in individually with each kid," says Bedard, "[to] make sure they are learning what they should learn. We're able to focus on areas of weakness with students and build on strengths." Alongside academics, students do community service activities like writing letters to deployed troops, read- ing to elementary school students, and volunteering in food pantries. Representatives from the local Work- force Investment Board help the students polish their resum├ęs and hone their job search skills. The school's connections with the mall have helped students get jobs at Burtons Grill and the Cheesecake Factory. The school also works with area colleges, like North Shore Community College and Endicott College, to help Bedard is both an academic advisor and mentor to young people. Photograph by Joe Ferraro

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