The following Jamaica Plain individuals, businesses and organizations have received recognition.
Ted White has been accepted into Harvard’s Crimson Summer Academy.
Dimock Community Health Center has been given a $90,000 grant by the Patrick-Murray Administration.
Duel Adams has been given the Carroll Society award by the Carroll Center for the Blind.
Urban Edge received $66,400 in grants from NeighborWorks America, to support Urban Edge’s affordable housing and community development activities.
Rev. Andrew Nowak OFM Cap was ordained a priest on June 19.
Lisa Lewis has joined the board of Teen Voices, a journalism mentoring program.
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center has been honored by the Boston Center for Community and Justice with the 2010 Business Leadership Award.
Betsaida Gutierrez and Sister Virgina Mulhern will both have buildings named in their honor at the former Blessed Sacrament in Hyde Square.
Cooperative Artists Institute’s intergenerational program The Peace Drum Project celebrates its tenth anniversary with an exhibit at the JP Branch Public Library.
Ben Resner and Emily Davidson celebrated Hospitality Homes’ 150,000 guest night.
Anna Wells will hike New Hampshire’s White Mountains for three days in July, in the Wilderness heals pledge hike to benefit the Elizabeth Stone House.