One of the many benefits of SSWBN membership, you get to submit your achievements for this column.
I will continue to encourage you to toot your own horn by announcing accomplishments and awards. However, we are expanding the focus of this column to encourage more members to take advantage of the publicity and the Search Engine Optimization that comes with sharing.
Have you taken a class? Welcomed a new grandchild? Hired someone or completed a renovation? We would love to hear about it — and so would your fellow members!
South Shore Living Magazine‘s February issue included Yarn’s End in its “Winter Survival Guide: 25 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues.” Good for you, Alison Schirone!
Boston television station Channel 7 named Jaden Ford, son of memberKristen Ford-Hernandez of Premiere Pros, as the Class Act in their regular series by that name. Jaden startedACTabilities, a business that provides jobs for young adults with intellectual disabilities. ACTabilities recently introduced a line of organic soaps. Jaden credits his mom with helping him to get the business started. Check outJaden’s Class Act interview.
Congratulations to Susana Griffin on her new affiliation with Franklin American Mortgage. Susana has more than 25 years of experience in residential mortgages.
Parting quote: “To succeed you have to believe in something with such a passion that it becomes a reality.”-Anita Roddick