was named a leader of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s property law section, which monitors and comments on legislation, litigation and trends affecting attorneys in real estate law. Guidi is a partner at Hemenway & Barnes in Boston. He is a former member of the Danvers Zoning Board of Appeals and is active in fundraising for Dartmouth College and St. John’s Preparatory School.
Salem resident Nicholas Lovasco
was elected by the student body of North Shore Community College to serve as its representative on the college’s board of trustees. As student trustee, Lovasco is the liaison between students and the college’s governance body. Lovasco, a 2010 graduate of Danvers High, has served internships in Sen. Fred Berry’s office and Gov. Deval Patrick’s community affairs department.
was awarded the Outstanding Lieutenant Governor 2011-2012 award for the New England and Bermuda District of Kiwanis at the district convention last month. Bennett was president of Danvers Kiwanis in 2008-2009 and is now the lieutenant governor for Division 10. He is also a Danvers selectman.
at the Northshore Mall in Peabody is accepting donations from its customers to help fight childhood cancers through the Jimmy Fund’s A Chance for Kids program. The store chain’s goal is to raise more than $75,000 for pediatric cancer research and care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
Brookwood Financial Partners,
a real estate investment and asset management company in Beverly, has acquired the Bernardo Executive Center, a multi-tenant office property in the Rancho Bernardo neighborhood of San Diego. This is Brookwood’s second acquisition in the San Diego area within the last 10 months. Brookwood plans on investing more than $1.4 million toward capital improvements.
Green Clean, a cleaning company in Salem, joined the Association of Residential Cleaning Services, International. Admission to ARCSI requires residential cleaning companies to adhere to a strict code of ethics and commit to the highest level of professionalism.
Mingo Gallery & Custom Framing, 284 Cabot St., Beverly, is under new ownership by Montserrat College of Art alumni George Frary III and Katherine Romansky. The shop will continue to offer custom framing in addition to hosting art exhibits.