The Caleb Group’s third annual celebration was held at the Lynn Museum last wek.
It was a fabulous party, in a fabulous setting with wonderful food, a bit of jazz with live musicians and a large group of professionals and many, many engineers and architects among those who work everyday to provide affordable housing for low and moderate income families, senior citizens and disabled adults.
In the fall, Caleb will celebrating its 20th anniversary.
“We feel privileged to be able to do the work we do and we are honored to welcome each of you as a valued partner in our efforts,” said Debra Nutter, President, CEO and co-founder of Caleb.
The event was highlighted by a Silent Auction. All money that was raised was directed toward the organizations Service Coordination programs.
The Eastern Bank and The architectural Team co-sponsored the event which drew more than 100 people.
Today, Caleb works in 26 different locations in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut with 2000 units serving approximately 4000 residents.
The Louis Barrett Residence in Lynn is part of the Caleb network.
Robert Verrier, AIA, the president of the Architectural Team, praised Caleb.
“This is an outstanding organization in every way with a dedicated leadership and board of directors. They all live to improve life for others. I am proud to be a co-sponsor of the celebration,” he said.
The Lynn Museum proved to be a lovely venue for the party with its high ceilings and spacious open area on the first floor.
With several bars, and many, many delightfully prepared treats, it was, in all, an evening to remember.