HAVERHILL — The YWCA of Haverhill will induct 12 members into its Academy of Women at the 24th annual Tribute to Women luncheon tomorrow at DiBurro’s function hall.
Tickets to this event are available at the YWCA, 107 Winter St., and are $45 per person. Tables of 10 may be reserved. The social preview begins at 11:30 a.m., followed by the luncheon program from noon to 2 p.m. This year’s keynote speaker and honorary chairperson is meteorologist Matt Noyes. For more information, contact the YWCA at 978-374-6121.
This year’s inductees are: Donna Carbone, a Title 1 math specialist at the Lawrence Family Development Charter School; Holly Pouliot, vice president of information technology at Pentucket Bank; Freddie White, president of the Merrivista Women’s Club, a nonprofit organization that helps needy people; Mary DeRoche, longtime volunteer at St. Joseph’s Early Childhood Center of All Saint’s Parish; Charlette Weeden, senior vice president, CFO and treasurer of Haverhill Bank; Noemi Custodia-Lora, assistant dean of foundational studies, liberal arts and sciences at Northern Essex Community College; Isabelle Gagne, associate professor of psychology at Northern Essex Community College; Kathleen Poole, a retired nurse who knits hats for solders serving in Afghanistan and Iraq and for various charitable organizations; Jane Harris-Fale, executive director of Opportunity Works; Melinda Birdsall, a Steward Medical Group board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist; Kimberly Abare, owner and president of New England Die Cutting, Inc.; Kathleen Pruett, development director of the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Haverhill.
Women from Greater Haverhill are nominated to the academy because of their unique and outstanding achievements. The academy was established to create a permanent tribute to the achievements and significant contributions of women.
Meeting tomorrow on use of Tattersall Farm
HAVERHILL — Mayor James Fiorentini and the Tatersall Farm Trustees said a public meeting will be held to present designs for improvements to the farm.