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October 10, 2012

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Beverly resident Karen Barter was named director of development at The House of the Seven Gables in Salem. Barter will spearhead the Gables’ fundraising efforts, including the 2012 annual appeal. Previously, she was a business development officer at Salem Five Bank.

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Carrie Reynolds was named the head coach for the Northshore YMCA Selkies’ Synchronized Swim team for the 2013 season. Most recently, she coached the National Synchronized Swimming Team of Jamaica and a synchronized swim club, the Synchro Stars. Previously, she was a swimmer and then coach of the Cambridge Synchro team.

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Pat Maynard, a longtime Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries employee, was the recipient of the Hartl Award, given annually to a staff member who best exemplifies the Goodwill mission. Maynard has been with Goodwill for more than 35 years and currently serves as a program manager at the Salem Job Training Facility, where she oversees training programs for individuals with disabilities.

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Swampscott resident Colleen Kigin was named to Easter Seals Massachusetts’ board of directors. Kigin is chief of staff at the Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology. She has a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Colorado, a master’s degree in science from Boston University, a master’s in public administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and a doctorate in physical therapy from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions. Easter Seals is a nonprofit organization that serves people with disabilities.

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Nancy Huntington Stager was appointed chairwoman of the North Shore Workforce Investment Board at its September board meeting. Stager is executive vice president for human resources at Eastern Bank. She succeeds William Tinti of Tinti, Quinn, Grover and Frey. Other officers elected at the board meeting include vice chairman Arthur Bowes, senior vice president of human resources for North Shore Medical Center; treasurer Steve Falvey of the Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters; and Jim Beauvais of Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. The Workforce Investment Board is a public/private partnership that received approximately $6 million in federal and state funds for workforce activities, including management of the North Shore Career Centers, located in Lynn, Salem, and Gloucester. The city of Salem is the grant recipient of these funds, and Mayor Kim Driscoll is the lead elected official and appointing authority to the Workforce Investment Board.

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