Tuesday, June 9
"Strategies That Can Enhance Funding for Nonprofits," Beverly Community Council annual meeting, noon at Beverly Council on Aging, 90 Colon St. Panel of experts on maximizing grant funding in current economy. Free. RSVP at 978-921-6017 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Lunch available for $10; brown-baggers welcome.
Friday, June 12
North Shore Business Leaders Group, a networking event in the North Shore Chamber of Commerce office, 5 Cherry Hill Drive Suite 100, Danvers. 8-9:30 a.m. $25 members. www.northshorechamber.org¬ or 978-774-8565.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17
Marblehead Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast Forum, featuring Tom Harvey, career and life transition specialist, 8 to 9 a.m., Caffe Italia Trattoria & Bar, 10 School St., Marblehead. His recently launched practice focuses on helping aspiring and experienced professionals discover and achieve what they truly want in work and in life. $15 for Chamber members, $20 for nonmembers. Reservations recommended, 781-631-2868.
The Big Tweet, sponsored by Creative Economy Association of the North Shore, 5 to 7 p.m., Endicott College Center for the Arts, Beverly. Ben Bassi of CommonPlaces e-Solutions will talk about how to use social networking to grow your business. Admission is free.
Thursday, June 18
North Shore Women in Business Monthly Meeting, noon to 2 p.m., Danversport Yacht Club, 161 Elliott St., Danvers. $31, $26 members. Guest speaker radio personality Candy O'Terry from Magic 106.7 FM, co-host of program "Exceptional Women." To register, visit www.nswib.org or contact 781-665-3169 or email@example.com.
SUNDAY, June 21
North Shore Medical Center Cancer Walk, registration at 7:30 a.m., Salem Willows. Call 866-296-6900 or e-mail cancerwalk@ partners.org.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24
Businesses Going Green, Practical Tips for Minimizing Energy Consumption and Saving Money, 7 to 9 a.m., Peabody Marriott, 8A Centennial Drive, Peabody. North Shore Technology Council business breakfast. Networking and continental breakfast at 7 a.m., program begins at 7:45 a.m. $25 members, $45 nonmembers. www.nstc.org
Monday, July 20
North Shore Chamber of Commerce annual gold tournament, Turner Hill Golf Club, 3 Manor House Lane, Ipswich. Foursomes are available. www.northshorechamber.org,¬ 978-774-8565.
Wednesday, July 15
North Shore Chamber of Commerce Economic & Public Policy Breakfast Forum, featuring Greg Bialecki, secretary¬ of Housing and Economic Development. Salem Waterfront Hotel & Suites, 225 Derby St., Salem. Networking at 7:30 a.m., program 8 to 9 a.m. $29 members, $50 nonmembers. www.north shorechamber.org,¬ 978-774-8565.
Melissa Coe, Jason Lansberry, Roy Medina, David Sundelin and Michael Willett of William A. Berry & Son in Danvers have been accredited as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) professionals. The LEED program recognizes excellence in green building performance and practice.
Melanie Bernardin of Andover, senior social work manager, was named manager of the year, and special projects employee Manoel (Manny) Mesquita of Peabody was named employee of the year at Brooksby Village in Peabody.
Anne Springer of Ipswich, owner of Paws for Praise dog training facility in Danvers, recently completed the Pet Care Services Association requirements for the Certified Advanced Pet Care Technician designation.
Josie Corcoran has been promoted to the position of project director at William A. Berry & Son in Danvers, a construction management firm. Corcoran has been a project manager at Berry for the past nine years.
Dr. Carl Johnson, the full-time medical director for Ledgewood Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center in Beverly, recently received The Distinguished Service Award from Kindred Healthcare, a national recognition for excellence in medical practice.
International Cars of Danvers presented $5,000 to Emmaus Inc. in sponsorship of this summer's upcoming Cycle for Shelter. The ride will take place July 26 in Haverhill. Emmaus provides housing and services to homeless families and adults.
Shaughnessy-Kaplan Rehabilitation recently opened its seventh outpatient location at the Lynch van Otterloo YMCA at 40 Leggs Hill Road in Marblehead.
Sirius Analytical recently relocated its U.S. corporate offices from New Jersey to the Cummings Center in Beverly. Sirius, a U.K.-based company, is a developer and provider of instrumentation, software and analytical services to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
Beverly Cooperative Bank recently participated in Opportunity Knocks, a fair for first-time homebuyers held at the Northshore Mall.
Rhino Public Relations, a specialty public relations agency in Hamilton, has been honored with a Bell Ringer Award from the Publicity Club of New England, recognizing the firm's successful national media relations campaign for its client, GEI Consultants.