The following Jamaica Plain individuals, businesses and organizations have received recognition.
Boston Latin School has been named one of America’s Best Schools by U.S. News & World Report.
Goddard House Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has received a perfect score, deficiency free survey from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
Menage a Trois, City Feed & Supply, Dogwood Cafe, Salmagundi & The Maids all won awards in Boston Magazine’s Best in Boston in 2009. Menage a Trois won for Lesbian Scene, City Feed & Supply for Urban Stand-In for a Country Store, Dogwood Cafe for Neighborhood Dining – JP, Salmagundi for Go-To for Boaters, and The Maids for House Cleaner. Brendan Behan won Runner Up in the nightlife category for Irish Pub.
ONEin3 Boston’s Advisory Council celebrated its five-year anniversary of giving the 20- to 34-year-olds in Boston a direct line of communication to City Hall.
Ula Cafe recently graduated from the Sustainable Business Leader Program, and is launching a new composting program and aiming to reduce its trash to just one bag a day.
Robert Savage has been selected as one of America’s Top Surgeons by Consumer’s Research Council of America.
John Brice Union Avenue Apartments, Daniella Alexrod (Cabot Estate), Linda Higgins and Theresa Pope all won awards at this year’s Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s 2009 Garden Contest.
Jo Frances Meyer has been elected Chair of Brigham and Women’s Hospital statewide Board of DIrectors.
Linda C. Yang has joined the Division of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Higginson and Curley Schools received $60,000 worth of new musical instruments, courtesy of Comcast and VH1’s Save the Music Foundation.