Save the Date – “Remember the Ladies” Quincy High School
“Remember the Ladies” Presentation & Tea March 4th
In honor of Women’s History Month, Mayor Thomas P. Koch invites the community to celebrate the legacy of First Lady Abigail Adams and salute the accomplishments of five remarkable Quincy women from the fields of Arts & Culture, Non-Profit, Health & Wellness, Education & History.
Hosted by Emmy Award-winning 7News Reporter Kimberly Bookman, the presentation and afternoon tea will be held on Saturday, March 4th at the Quincy High School Auditorium, 100 Coddington Street, from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. with honorees including Manet Health Chief Executive Officer, Cynthia Sierra, Quincy Public School’s Assistant Superintendent, Erin Perkins, Quincy Community Action Program Chief Executive Officer, Beth Ann Strollo, Quincy Choral Society Music Director, Sarah Labrie and a remembrance of Abigail “Nabby” Adams Smith, daughter of John and Abigail Adams by Massachusetts Historical Society’s Adams Papers Editor in Chief, Sara Martin. The event is free to the public.
“Abigail Adams was one of the most important women of her generation,”, shared Mayor Koch. “Women’s History Month is a perfect time to celebrate some remarkable women here in our community, women who make a difference every day contributing to the quality of lives for each of us. We celebrate Abigail’s legacy in the spirit of each of these women.”
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