SSM.Autumn 2020 Star Issue

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WELCOME TO THE AUTUMN STAR OF EXCELLENCE 2020 ISSUE OF SOUTH SHORE MAGAZINE. Happy Autumn to you all! PUBLISHER Stanley Blackmur ASSOCIATE PUBLISHERS Mary Ann Blackmur Kevin & Caleb Blackmur ART DIRECTOR & GRAPHIC DESIGNER Christine E. Orr EDITOR IN CHIEF Erica Ford WRITERS Julie Cofone Erica Ford Kate Myette PHOTOGRAPHERS Suzanne Malloy Heather McCall Kerry Riordan Brad Smith EDITORIAL OFFICES 781.773.1076 ADVERTISING SALES Stanley Blackmur ~ 781.773.1076 PUBLISHED BY Black Rock Advertising & Publishing ADDRESS P.O. Box 51, Hingham, Massachusetts 02043 WEBSITE E-MAIL FACEBOOK The South Shore Magazine INSTAGRAM southshoremagazine The editors of South Shore Magazine make every effort to ensure the accuracy of technical information on these pages. However, the magazine accepts no liability for the use or misuse of information contained herein. Whenever in doubt, we recommend you seek the advice of a competent and licensed legal, construction, decorating, landscaping, horticulture, health care, or architectural professional. Copyright © 2019 by Black Rock Advertising & Publishing. All rights reserved. Reproduction of any part of the publication by any means without permission from the publisher is strictly prohibited. When it is time to go... please recycle this magazine. CHECK IT OUT! See past issues and much more. 2 SSM is a Proud Member PUBLISHER'S LETTER Everybody's talking and no one says a word Everybody's runnin' and no one makes a move. Nobody told me there'd be days like these. Nobody told me there'd be days like these. Strange days indeed -- most peculiar, mama. John Lennon's lyrics from "Nobody Told Me" certainly are applicable to this crazy year of 2020-strange days! To help take your mind off of 2020, we hope you can sit back and enjoy our autumn 2020 Star of Excellence issue. Relax and learn more about the fine organizations and businesses that make up the fabric of our community that we call home: The South Shore. 100 years is a LONG time on anybody's spectrum; it's a milestone for people and certainly for a business or organization. Norwell Visiting Nurse Association (NVNA) is one that can raise their hands high and say WE ARE 100! What an amazing feat and accomplishment. Our cover article highlights this wonderful organization and all they do for our community. Speaking of fine work, we are pleased to feature in the "Our Community" section the wonderful works of Wellspring in Hull and Talking Information Center at WATD in Marshfield. These are two top notch non-profit organizations making a big difference in our region. Our Health and Wellness section has much to offer in this issue: South Shore Health is providing premier-level care for expecting mothers with their first-of-its-kind in Massachusetts, new obstetrics emergency maternity department. Renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Christine Hamori has expanded her Duxbury surgery and spa center into an architecturally stunning, state of the art medical facility to serve existing and new clients. We also explore how Eye Health Services' nine locations and twenty board- certified ophthalmologists offer you top- tier eye care close to home. Did you just have some orthopedic surgery, or have you been looking to reduce nagging pain or body aches? Hingham Physical Therapy has got you covered to get you back and at it! And don't ignore your oral health: Pearl Dental Associates has the safest, cutting edge technology, including germ-killing ultraviolet equipment, so that you can keep your mouth and your body in its best condition. Lastly, PLEASE make sure to go out, order out, buy gift cards—or whatever you are comfortable with—at our local restaurants. Of course, we hope you will frequent our clients featured in The South Shore Magazine, however it is important to help ALL local restaurants, as they have been so deeply affected by the shutdown and the pandemic. These next few months are crucial, so if you enjoy the South Shore's special, community variety of restaurants and do not want a future with only chain restaurants, then it is imperative to give them your business so that they can survive. Let's make a concerted effort to buy local and support local businesses: our friends and neighbors who have always been there to help with donations to every cause, supporting and sponsoring events and youth sports and activities. It's now your turn to give back and help them stay in business. In closing, THANK YOU to all of our readers and our clients old and new who believe in The South Shore Magazine!

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