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April 16, 2014

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Beverly resident Kelsey Clark, a design assistant at Currier & Associates in Newburyport, has been promoted to the role of junior designer. Clark joined the design firm’s internship program in June 2013. She is currently a senior at Endicott College and is scheduled to graduate this June with a Bachelor of Science in interior design.

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Sheila MacDonald, a Wenham resident, has joined J. Barrett & Company as a full-time real estate agent in the Beverly Farms office. MacDonald is formerly the owner of Taylor Made Sweets, a bakery in Hamilton. She has also taught French at Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School and currently serves on the Hamilton-Wenham School Committee.

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MaryEllen Quinn Widberg has received certification in local anesthesia at Middlesex Community College. Widberg is employed by Dr. Mahshid Mirghassemi in Danvers and serves as the president of the North Shore Dental Hygienists’ Association.

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Beverly resident Mary Gallant has joined Elder Service Plan of the North Shore, a member of the nonprofit national organization PACE, as the administrative receptionist at the PACE Medical Model of Care Adult Day Health site at the Cummings Center in Beverly. She is a graduate of Marian Court College.

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Salem resident Paul Falconer has joined the PACE Medical Model of Care Adult Day Health site in Beverly and in Gloucester as the on-site psychotherapist. Falconer has degrees from Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago and North Central University in Arizona.

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Eastern Bank, has elected Salem State University President Patricia Maguire Meservey to its board of trustees. Meservey also serves as president of The Salem Partnership, chairwoman of the board of directors for the North Shore Alliance for Economic Development, and commissioner of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. She also serves on the boards of the North Shore Chamber of Commerce and New England Council.

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