The following Jamaica Plain individuals, businesses and organizations have received recognition.

Pie in the Sky 2009 raised $420,000 to feed the critically ill.

Elizabeth G. Nabel has been named Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospitals’ next president.

Joanne Wolfe and Christina Wolfe have been named finalists for a state-wide award for compassionate care-giving.

Ralph C. Martin supported the Faulkner-Sagoff RUNWAY Gala’s breast cancer fundraising efforts.

Gregory Andrew Loukas earned honors for the ’08-’09 school year at Belmont Hill School.

Christine Vistro was named an AP Scholar with Honors.

Brittany A. Wells joined Longfellow Benefits as a senior consultant.

Bianca Vitale, along with 30 other students from St. Sebastian’s School, Montrose School and Newton Country Day of the Sacred Heart students performed Damn Yankees to raise benefit the National Theater Workshop of the Handicapped.

Anthony Creary and Victory Wu are being sponsored to participate in the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Days in the Arts Program by Mt Washington Bank.

Community Servings and its CEO, David B. Waters were honored by Wainwright Bank with their annual Social Justice Award.

Helen Raizen received a Distinguished Engineer from EMC2.

Connor O’Shea received the Ely Trust Scholarship for the ’09-’10 school year.

Circuit was awarded Best Picture honors at the 2009 Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival.

John Manson and Eve Belfer-Ahern were given Distinguished Achievement in Support of the Arts from Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

David Aronstein is the recipient of the AARP Andrus Award for community Service.

Andrey Krasilnikov and Patrick Stefan made the Berklee College of Music Dean’s List for Summer 2009.

Gaylen Conover was inducted into Lambda Pi Eta, the National Communication Association Honor Society.

Sheryl Howard has been named a “Massachusetts Rising Star” Lawyer for 2009 by Boston Magazine.

Nicholas Robert Gomez, John Malchy Vallely and Ryan Thomas Hanifin achieved Honors for the first quarter at Boston College High School.

Will Donovan and Conor Askins, co-captains of the Catholic Memorial School Soccer team, led their teammates to a Division I Eastern Mass Championship.

Thomas Cope was awarded Honors at the Middlesex School.

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