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BevCam recently received a Certificate of Appreciation accolade from the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary “for outstanding cooperation and assistance in furthering the purposes and principles of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary; for outsanding contribution and support of the United States Coast Guard’s National Safe Boating Day event; the “If Found” Sticker Campaign; and the Auxiliary’s Recreational Boating Safety Program”.
From left are, Henry Livingston, Division Vice Commander; Walt Kosmowski, BevCam Executive Director; and Phil Karwowski, Public Affairs Officer.
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Walter Kosmowski, Executive Director
Beverly High School media students produced some seasonal promotional pieces including one for the Winter Concert . They continue to generate more and more programming for Channel 22.
Enhancing Christmas spirit around the school, Mrs. Pilanen’s choral group performed seasonal favorites in the main entrance hallway. The event was taped by media students and aired on BevCam.
Cathy Yaffa has begun producing a new series called “School Spotlight”. The show intends to highlight Beverly school educators and feature programs and education initiatives in the district. Good luck to former teacher Cathy.
As usual for the past 10 years or so, BevCam cameras, crew and staff were set up on Cabot Street in front of Beverly City Hall to broadcast live the annual Holiday Parade. Thanks to Al Tempkin and Tina Cassidy, who again acted as hosts. And thanks to volunteers Fred Surowiec, Brian Thompson, and Mark Layman. Read more >