The Salem News
---- — The Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce hosted its third annual Business Awards at Danversport Yacht Club in Danvers on Feb. 27. Former Beverly Mayor Bill Scanlon was presented with the Leslie S. Ray Hall of Fame Award. Business award winners were:
Businessperson of the Year: John Archer, Archer Insurance; Don Kelley, Wayside Trailers; John Keohane, Henry’s Foods Inc.; Fay Salt, Coldwell Banker, Residential Brokerage.
Small Business of the Year: Bella Salon and Day Spa; Coastal Windows & Exteriors; Hamilton Bookkeeping; MassPay; Siemasko + Verbridge.
Large Business of the Year: Beverly Athletic Club; Beverly Bank; Blue Vase Marketing; HOTWATT; North Shore Music Theatre.
Young Entrepreneur of the Year: Derek Maxfield, Fitness Together; Emily Skoniecki/Hilary Mandelbaum, The Inner Cycle; Renee Gannon, Wicked Art Bar; Dr. Jamie Engel, Aligned for Life Chiropractor; Jessica Jordan, Jessica Salon.
Corporate Citizen of the Year: Beverly Hospital; Cranney Home Services; Bella Sera Bridal; Temkin Financial; R&L Associates.
Family Business of the Year: Danversport Yacht Club; Dawson’s Hardware; Douglass Appliance; Michaud Mitsubishi; Wenham Tea House.
Nonprofit of the Year: Beverly Children’s Learning Center; Change is Simple; Harborlight Community Partners; Northeast Arc; North Shore Elder Services; Wenham Museum.
Sole Proprietor: Suzie Kramer, Kindermusik with Suzie; Cala Mahoney, Cala Rene Salon; Jacqueline Martin, Over the Rainbow; Lauren Poussard, Lauren Poussard Photography; Charlene St. Jean, Purple Diamond.