­JAMES LIBRARY AND CENTER FOR THE ARTS The James Library & Center for the Arts is a non-profit organization offering programs in music, art, and literature.  Housed in a landmark 1874 Victorian building in the heart of historic Norwell Center, the James features a concert hall with a Steinway B grand piano, a free lending…

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Although Marybeth Shea grew up in Scituate, through her Uncle Joe Noble (former vice principal of Norwell Junior High), she always knew Norwell was the best place to raise children. When it came time for her husband Peter and her to buy a home  in 1989 – Norwell was the best and only choice. Her…

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Name: Scott Snider Email: spsnider@provenaba.com Phone: (781) 290-3886 Website: http://www.provenaba.com/ Give a brief description of your business. What product(s) or service do you provide, and what sets you apart from others? We at Proven Behavior Solutions are a group of specialized professionals committed to improving the lives of children and adolescents affected by Autism Spectrum…

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Connie and Roger chose Norwell to raise their family, and they have lived here for almost 45 years.  During that time, they have been very active volunteers in many areas including Norwell Schools and Norwell Town Government. Connie Hughes volunteered for years as an involved participant of both the Vinal and Sparrell Schools Parent Organizations.…

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Eric Edelman founded Peak Physical Therapy on the South Shore in 2008 with one clinic located in Norwell. He recently rebranded to Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance to better reflect the scope of services. He has grown to four locations in Norwell, Scituate, Hanover and Quincy, servicing 21 towns on the South Shore. In…

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“Wendy is thrilled and humbled to be chosen as Norwell’s Citizen of the Year! Her initial reaction was disbelief but upon reflection said, “I am so happy to be in the company of the other Citizens of the Year who have made Norwell the town I love. Thank you to the Chamber for this wonderful…

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John Hornstra and his wife, Lauren, moved Hornstra Farms to neighboring Norwell, Massachusetts in 2009 when they purchased the non-operational Loring Farm. The new farm, located at 246 Prospect Street, required much restoration and rebuilding but in 2013 the first bottles of Hornstra’s own farm fresh milk rolled out of the new Norwell dairy. The Hornstra…

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The Norwell Chamber is proud to announce that Wendy Bawabe has been chosen as the Citizen of the Year, and Hornstra Farms as Business of the Year. The annual banquet will be held at Barker Tavern on Thursday May 19. Get your ticket now for this fun event [ More info & purchase ticket ]  

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Nominations are now open for 2016 Business of the Year and Citizen of the year. Business of the Year The Norwell Chamber of Commerce has made nomination forms available for the Business of the Year award that it established as part of its mission to integrate its member businesses more fully into the community. .…

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