Mark Hunter, a Danvers resident, has joined the board of directors for the North Shore Community College Foundation. He is vice president of sales and marketing for The Goddard School, a private preschool and day care. Hunter has a B.A. from Rutgers University and an M.B.A. from the S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University, also serves on the board of the Edward Brooke Foundation, and is a member and scholarship fundraiser for the Innov.


Jane D’Avolio, a Swampscott resident, has joined the Peabody/Lynnfield office of J Barrett & Company. D’Avolio worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years, in operations, sales, corporate account management and meeting management. She is now a member of the North Shore Association of Realtors. 


Cindy Quinn has been inductted as the new president of the Rotary Club of Ipswich and Rowley. At the event, two other members were honored: Farrah Dube-Parent was named volunteer of the year, and honorary member Andrew Ellis was recognized for organizing the half-marathon fundraiser.  


North Shore Bank personnel stopped by the Danvers headquarters of Operation Troop Support recently to donate a check for $1,500. The money was raised by bank employees as part of their weekly Jeans Day program, in which they are allowed to wear jeans on Friday in exchange for a $5 donation to a local charity.