Andover man oversees One Fund Boston donation
Stephen Ross of Andover, president of Clear Channel Outdoor’s Boston Division, was on hand at Fenway Park this month to celebrate his company’s donation of several digital and traditional billboards to help raise donations for The One Fund Boston.
The billboards, positioned on major highways and well-travelled secondary roads throughout Greater Boston, were designed to raise awareness of The One Fund Boston. They were donated by the Stoneham-based Boston Division of Clear Channel Outdoor to inspire donations to the fund and to promote a major fundraiser at Fenway Park called “Boston Bites Back.” Ross attended the event held on the one-month anniversary of the April 15 bombings.
Andover High trainer in spotlight
Desiree Jubinville, the lead athletic trainer at Andover High School, has been honored by Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital Network Sports Medicine Division in Salem, N.H., as one of its top athletic trainers.
Jubinville started working with Northeast Rehab in 2009 and has become known for her enthusiasm, confidence and commitment to her athletes. She has recently become a CPR instructor as well.
Northeast Rehab’s Sports Division provides athletic training services to seven schools in southern New Hampshire and the Merrimack Valley.
Bakshi a judge in 2013 Flower Show
Joyce Bakshi of Andover recently served on the Landscape Design Council of Massachusetts’ panel of judges at the 2013 Boston Flower & Garden Show. The panel judged exhibits from Massachusetts. Bakshi is a board member of the Landscape Design Council.
Two reappointed to Hospitality Homes board
Andover residents Brandon Bigelow and Al Hammond were recently reappointed to the board of directors of Hospitality Homes. Established in 1983, Hospitality Homes is a nonprofit organization that provides free short-term housing in volunteer host homes and donated apartments for families and friends of patients seeking care at Boston-area medical centers.