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March 6, 2013

DEEP to honor those who help schools

DANVERS — Town Manager Wayne Marquis, newspaper writer Myrna Fearer and former public schools educator Jack P. Kelley will be honored tomorrow night at the Danvers Educational Enrichment Partnership’s eighth annual Hall of Honor ceremony.

All three are being inducted for their contributions to Danvers public schools. The awards are meant to foster role models for students, create excitement about the schools, and honor friends and educators alike, according to DEEP’s website.

Marquis, a Danvers native, is being honored as a former student, having graduated from Danvers High in 1971. Marquis became the full-time town manager in February 1979. Fearer, a friend of the Danvers Public Schools, is the retired community editor for the Danvers Herald. Kelley is a retired former educator in Danvers.

The Hall of Honor dinner and awards will take place at the Danversport Yacht Club tomorrow night from 6 to 9.

For more information, call the Danvers superintendent’s office at 978-777-4539, ext. 2441 or 2431.

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