Thursday, April 29, 2010

North Shore 100—Local Leaders Making a Difference

Fresh off the press, readers from across the region can pick up the 2010 issue of The North Shore 100, an annual publication recognizing leadership in the local area.
Published by The Salem News, nominations for the coveted list are submitted directly from those in the community.
This year's list again features many Gordon College connections, including Provost Mark Sargent; longtime Gordon supporter Caleb Loring; Gordon alumna and director of the Hamilton-Wenham Library Jan Dempsey; and Joanne Patton, who has invited Gordon history students to professionally work on the Patton Archives for the past few years.
Even in the field of journalistic contributions we see Gordon: current student reporters (or fellows) in the selective Gordon College News Service were assigned three stories each by The Salem News editors, interviewed a variety of people and wrote profiles that are included in the glossy publication!
On Wednesday, May 5, the North Shore 100 will be honored at a breakfast at the Danversport Yacht Club, hosted by The Salem News publisher, Karen Andreas.

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