Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Jason Winmill and Ingrid Calder are the first-ever recipients of The Young Professionals Award.
The following is an edited press release: The Beacon Hill Civic Association Young Professionals have recognized two individuals who have made a significant contribution to the community of Beacon Hill. Jason Winmill and Ingrid Calder are the first-ever recipients of The Young Professionals Award. The Beacon Hill Civic Association Young Professionals, a group composed of 22-40-year-old residents of Beacon Hill, offered this award for the first time in its history. This new award recognizes the dedication of two members who have played an essential leadership role in establishing, contributing to and growing the group. "Both Jason and Ingrid have played a pivotal role in founding the Beacon Hill Civic Association Young Professionals and …
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Beacon Hill holiday fundraising party tomorrow; Beacon Hill Civic Association taking food and clothing donations for S.O.U.L.S.; Door hunt postponed till the spring; public schools in running to get grant; and cloudy but warm.
1. Beacon Hill needs to you help make it beautiful this holiday season. The annual fundraiser for decorating the Hill, called Garlands and Green, is tomorrow night from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Hampshire House. Tom Kershaw will host the Beacon Hill Civic Association’s popular holiday party to raise the nearly $12,000 needed to transform the 1,100 lamp posts with 2,860 yards of laurel garlands and 2,400 red bows. Tickets include hors d’oeuvres and two glasses of wine, beer or a holiday martini as well as entertainment, photo opportunities, a drawing of items from Charles Street boutiques and restaurants. Contact the Beacon Hill Civic Association at 617-227-1922 or online for reservations. 2. There are still a couple of weeks left to stop by the …
Saturday, June 11, 2011
Neighbors gathered at the Union Club Friday night to start the tradition of holding a Summer White Party at the beginning of the season each year.
People of all ages, from the Hill and beyond, mingled and danced to live music at the first annual Summer White Party Friday night, organized by the Beacon Hill Civic Association's Young Professionals.
Thursday, November 11, 2010
This group of up-and-coming Beacon Hillers is planning a Hill-style scavenger hunt among other things.
Members of the Beacon Hill Young Professionals' Steering Committee met at 74 Joy St. on Tuesday night to review the group's upcoming agenda. Led by Vice President Sarah Redmond, members proposed several new opportunities for Beacon Hill's twenty- and thirty-somethings to come together, while at the same time addressing the group's larger goals. The item demanding the Committee's most immediate attention was the Beacon Hill Door Hunt, scheduled from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 14. Ingrid Calder, a Beacon Hill resident in attendance on Tuesday, explained that participants go on a Beacon Hill-style scavenger hunt and compete for prizes like gym memberships and Starbucks cards. People sign up in teams of two and are given a booklet with …