Rep. Michael Capuano, State. Sen. Pat Jehlen and State Rep. Denise Provost will make comments.
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Friday, May 11, 2012
WBZ TV reporter Paul Burton hosted an awards ceremony organized by the Somerville-based Elizabeth Peabody House. The organization provides services to families and children, particularly in the immigrant community.
Editor's note: The following is from the Elizabeth Peabody House: ----------------------------------------------------- Somerville, MA – Haitian-born pediatrician Dr. Nicole Prudent of Boston Medical Center, was one of child advocates being honored at this year's 4-Who-Care Awards, presented by The Elizabeth Peabody House of Greater Boston. Prudent joined five other our other honorees at this year’s 4-Who-Care Awards. The program, attended by a near-capacity crowd, took place on Thursday, May 3rd from 6 to 9 p.m. at The Holiday Inn Boston at Beacon Hill, 5 Blossom Street located in Boston's West End, once home to 60,000 immigrants and the birthplace of the agency. "I am both humbled and honored," said Prudent, who has developed over the …
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
The organization will give awards to people who are dedicated to helping children and immigrant families, and it's looking for nominations by April 16.
Editor's note: The following was provided by the Elizabeth Peabody House: Somerville, Massachusetts -- Actor Leonard Nimoy and Sir Winston Churchill didn’t know each other, but both were connected to a Boston-area children’s non-profit that has been doing work among immigrant families for more than a century. The Elizabeth Peabody House, which Nimoy attended and Churchill donated money to, is asking the public’s help in submitting the names of individuals who have done outstanding work among children and immigrant families in Greater Boston over the last year. “We are looking to find the inspiring stories of four local champions of children and immigrant families, and give credit where credit’s due,” said Selvin L. Chambers, III, executive…