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More on CAN-DO's Tenth Anniversary

Many members of the community joined CAN-DO for its 10th Anniversary Celebration.

 

CAN-DO Executive Director Josephine McNeil, CAN-DO Board President Ken Sinclair, and Eleanor White, President of Citizens Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA)

CAN-DO Executive Director Josephine McNeil, CAN-DO Board President Ken Sinclair, and Eleanor White, President of Citizens' Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA).

 

pianist, CAN-DO Board members Clark Turner, Lesley Sneddon, and Jane Eisenstark

pianist, CAN-DO Board members Clark Turner, Lesley Sneddon, and Jane Eisenstark.

 

Newton Mayor David Cohen and CAN-DO Board President Ken Sinclair

Newton Mayor David Cohen and CAN-DO Board President Ken Sinclair.

 



Janet Stearns, Josephine McNeil, and Mike Kruse, Director of Planning.

 

Former President of the Newton Board of Aldermen, Brooke Lipsitt; and Josephine McNeil.

Former President of the Newton Board of Aldermen, Brooke Lipsitt; and Josephine McNeil.

 

Mary Benner, event planner

Mary Benner, event planner.

 



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