Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Skate Through the Winter with 75 Chestnut

Beginning January 7, join 75 Chestnut for dinner on Wednesday nights and receive complimentary admission to go skating on the beautiful Boston Common Frog Pond!

Guests are encouraged to come by themselves or bring a group for a fun-filled community outing! If skating proceeds dinner, guests are asked to bring a copy of an admission receipt from that night to 75 Chestnut to receive that amount discounted off dinner bill.

Reservations are not required. For more information, please call (617) 227-2175 after 5 pm.

Relax and Rejuvenate at 75 Chestnut!

After the hustle and bustle of the holidays, you deserve an evening of total R & R.
On Wednesday, January 21, 75 Chestnut invites you to...
Relax and Rejuvenate
Starting at 5 pm, we will have plenty of healthy and indulgent treats in store!
Replenish your lost antioxidants and vitamins with freshly made juices from our Organic Juice Display.
We will also feature delicious Spa Menu Specials!
Dr. Chris Quigley of Charles Street Family Chiropractic and Physical Therapy will have free consults and stress massages.
Enter our Raffle to win fabulous Gift Certificates!
Don't miss out on this special event!

From All of Us At Cheers, the Hampshire House, and 75 Chestnut...

We Wish You And Yours A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year!

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Happy Holidays

to a Happy, Healthy, and Safe Holiday Season

From the place where everyone knows your name...
Cheers Beacon Hill
Cheers Faneuil Hall
The Hampshire House
75 Chestnut Restaurant

Friday, December 12, 2008

"Cheers" to 2009!

This New Year's Eve, ring in the New Year the "Cheers" way!

On Wednesday, December 31st, enjoy a night full of festive fun!

Starting at 5pm, festivities will include:

Music/Dancing by Bedrock Music
Prizes for Dance-oke
Party Favors & Hats


Half Price Appetizers
(10:00 PM - 12:00 AM)

Make your New Year's Eve a night to remember at Cheers Beacon Hill!

Monday, December 8, 2008

Enjoy Five Cent Wings at Cheers!

Join us every Sunday and Monday night for Five Cent Wings at Cheers!

Enjoy 5 cent wings with your friends and neighbors at the place "where everybody knows your name"!

Don't miss out! This special offer will be available every Sunday and Monday night starting at 7 pm. Offer valid at both Cheers Beacon Hill and Faneuil Hall Marketplace locations.

(*Offer not valid on take out orders.)

Friday, December 5, 2008

Ring in 2009 With Your Friends at 75 Chestnut!

This New Year's Eve, 75 Chestnut cordially invites you and your friends to join in on a night of festive fun!
Be sure to stop by for:
• Fabulous Prizes
• Specialty Drinks
• Fun Hats and Noise Makers
• Festive New Years' Eve Decor
• Full Menu Available All Night
• Music & Late Night Dancing
...and MUCH more!
Make your New Year's Eve unforgettable! Come celebrate New Year's Eve at 75 Chestnut, "The Gem on Beacon Hill"!

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Cheers for Children TONIGHT at 5:30 pm!

Please join us for tonight's 29th Annual Cheers for Children Holiday Auction! You'll have an opportunity to bid on countless amazing prizes, including:

Two (2) tickets to a Beach Boys concert (+ back stage passes) in St. Augustine, Florida on April 24, 2009. (Airfare on American Airlines included.)

Two (2) tickets to a B-52s concert at House of Blues in Orlando, Florida on February 6, 2009. (Airfare on American Airlines included.)

...and much MUCH more!

Come out tonight, Wednesday, December 3, at the Hampshire House on 84 Beacon Street!
We hope to see you there!

Monday, November 24, 2008

Congratulations to Cheers Owner Thomas Kershaw and Janet Sharp!

Engagement Announcement
Beacon Hill Times
November 18, 2008

The phone has been ringing off the hook at the Hampshire House, where owner Tom Kershaw is thanking all the well-wishers calling about his big news; Kershaw popped the question to Janet Sharp of Winchester last week.

"We were sitting on my couch one evening. I don't know how the subject came up, and she said yes," said a beaming Kershaw.

Kershaw met Sharp over the summer in Nantucket at a fundraiser for his friend, Councilor Mike Ross. She was there with friends who also knew Ross. Smitten, he asked for her phone number and they ended up going on a date four weeks later. "It's been fast and furious ever since," he said.

The two announced their engagement on November 11. For now, Sharp is sporting a cocktail ring made up of a ruby arranged with diamonds, while they're having her engagement ring custom-made by a local jeweller.

"I purchased a cocktail ring as an interim to show that we are 'engaged'-there are a lot of things you can say, but you have to have something visual," says Kershaw. "It'll be a nice-sized diamond."

Sharp is the mother of two. Her daughter, Elizabeth, is in a post-graduate pre-med program at Columbia University in New York City, and her son is at the University of Vermont. Janet is a graduate of Hamilton College and has been in the real-estate business, is active in many charitable activities, and is an avid tennis player.

Kershaw is the owner of the Hampshire House on Beacon Hill, Cheers and 75 Chestnut, as well as an investor in two suburban restaurants, John Brewer's Tavern of Waltham and John Brewer's Tavern of Malden. Kershaw is a graduate of Swarthmore College and Harvard Business School and has been a resident of Beacon Hill for more than forty years. This year, he will be celebrating forty years of ownership of the Hampshire House property at 84 Beacon Street.

The couple plan to reside on Beacon Hill and in Winchester.

Wedding plans are being finalized and will probably be sometime in the month of May, says Kershaw. They're looking at holding the ceremony at the Church of the Covenant and having a small reception at the Hampshire House.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Save the Date for Cheers for Children 2008!

Save the date! On December 3, 2008, Cheers will celebrate our 29th Annual Holiday "Cheers for Children" Auction with a Gala Party and Silent Auction on all three floors of the Hampshire House.
Who would have believed that a little auction which was the brainchild of two Bull & Finch Pub bartenders would still be alive and going strong today?

In 1980, Bull & Finch bartender Eddie Doyle and then-manager John Grasso had both read a story written by Boston Globe reporter Doug Crockett about two brothers in their early teens trying to keep food on the table for their younger brothers and sisters. Their prospects of a dreary Christmas were suddenly brightened by a visit from the "Globe Santa". Doyle and Grasso decided to organize a fund-raiser to help the efforts of this worthy charity. With the help of their staff and friends, the "Auction" was born.

"Gimme ten bucks for the kids and I'll give you a shot of Schnapps," said Doyle, as he collected from one patron to another. Grasso got the crowd bidding on a handful of items. The first donation to Globe Santa was $570. Each year they became more organized, the crowds got bigger and the totals increased by the thousands.

Today, the "Cheers for Children" Holiday Auction is organized by a committee made up of volunteer staff and friends. Sports celebrities jump behind the bar to help out where they can and Matt Siegel from "KISS-108" has brought down the gavel for many years as our Auctioneer, "par excellence".

In addition to the "Globe Santa" three other charities have become associated with activities at the Pub and Hampshire House, and were added as beneficiaries of the Auction: The Jimmy Fund, Friends of Floating Hospital, and, most recently, The Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care (Neely House).

Whether you are someone who has generously donated an auction item, or would like to enjoy the festivities, we hope you will join us for this special annual event.

Please join us on December 3rd, 2008 for our 29th Holiday Gala and Auction. If you would like to provide something for the auction or just make a donation, please contact Eddie Doyle at 617-227-9600 or at

"Cheers for Children", a fundraising activity of Kershaw Foundation Charitable Trust, is an opportunity to come together, be close with others, and make a difference.

Happy Holidays!

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

The 13th Annual Beacon Hill Decorating Days Fundraiser at the Hampshire House!

It takes: 2,860 yards of laurel garlands, 2,400 red bows, 100+ volunteers, 200+ sponsors, 20 ladders and YOU to bring holiday magic to this year's Beacon Hill Holiday Fundraiser!

On Thursday, November 13th, the Hampshire House will celebrate the season with a Beacon Hill Fundraiser! The event will include hors d'oeuvres and two glasses of wine or beer (courtesy of Tom Kershaw).

Tickets will cost $35 for adults.

A Children's Party will be held from 5pm - 7pm on the Third Floor. The event will include a Festive Kid's Buffet & Beverages (courtesy of Tom Kershaw), Letters to Santa and Holiday Crafts (sponsored by Hill House). Children will be admitted FREE with advance RSVP & adult ticket purchase, $10 at the door.

Please RSVP for children by 11/10/2008 to the Civic Association at (617) 227-1922 or
Tickets available at or at 75 Joy Street, Cambridge Trust at 65 Beacon Street, or at the door (if available).

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Back By Popular Demand!

75 Chestnut is your ticket to enjoying all the fun and excitement of Boston Sports!

Join your friends and neighbors at 75 Chestnut on Monday, November 3rd, as we raffle off tickets for upcoming Bruins games.

Don't miss this chance to take part in the live action at TD Banknorth Garden!
On October 18, 75 Chestnut celebrated the season by hosting its annual neighborhood Pumpkinfest!

Manager Osmar Pauletti poses with the pumpkins, generously donated from Smolak Farms.

Employees stand at the ready!

Artists of all ages came to "The Gem on Beacon Hill" that afternoon in hopes of picking out the perfect pumpkin for their holiday display.

Manager Betsy Toczco hands out supplies.

What a great turnout!

These ladies weren't afraid to roll up their sleeves and dig in!

Thanks to everyone for making this year's Pumpkinfest a wild success!

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Decorate a Gingerbread House at 75 Chestnut!

Get into the holiday spirit with your friends at 75 Chestnut!

Starting on Friday, November 28, spend the afternoon decorating a gingerbread house in our cozy restaurant on Beacon Hill.

You can spruce up your holiday treat while enjoying our delectable Winter Menu Specials!

Enhance your holiday spirit with our Chocolate-Dipped Peppermint Stick, Apple & Cranberry Spice or Vanilla-Frosted Gingerbread Martinis!

And don't forget our famous Swiss Chocolate and Maple Almond Soup for dessert!

When you're finished, take your gingerbread house home to enjoy!

To reserve your Gingerbread House, please call (617) 227-2175.

Dates available:

Friday, November 28
Saturday, November 29
Saturday, December 6
Saturday, December 13
Saturday, December 20

Festivities will take place between noon and 3 pm.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Enjoy Thanksgiving Feasts at the Hampshire House and 75 Chestnut on Beacon Hill!

Enjoy Thanksgiving by sharing the holiday with your loved ones at 75 Chestnut and the Hampshire House on Beacon Hill!

At the Hampshire House, enjoy your holiday meal inside one of Beacon Hill's most elegant mansions! The Hampshire House Library Grille is resplendent with graceful brass chandeliers, oak-paneled bookshelves, and beautiful oil paintings; all classic touches that guarantee you’ll dine in style!
Our executive chef has prepared a delicious menu full of festive favorites and new dishes alike, featuring Roasted Sweet Corn and Quahog Chowder and Harvest Pumpkin Pie. Our main entrée consists of three appetizing choices: the classic Oven-Roasted Turkey, Herb-Crusted Salmon and Halibut Filet, or Grilled Beef Tenderloin and Gulf Shrimp.(Full menu available here.)

Or, choose to experience Thanksgiving dinner at 75 Chestnut, “The Gem on Beacon Hill”!
Enjoy a holiday meal inside our cozy location on 75 Chestnut street. Our dinner menu will feature a delightful selection of traditional and new holiday treats, including Harvest Pumpkin Bisque, Rum Raisin Pudding, Pumpkin Pie and of course, a mouthwatering Oven-Roasted Turkey!

Thanksgiving dinner will be served from 12 pm to 6 pm at both locations.

For reservations at the Hampshire House, please call (617) 227-9600.

For reservations at 75 Chestnut, please call (617) 227-2175.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Haunted Happenings at 75 Chestnut

On October 31, enjoy a frightfully good time at 75 Chestnut’s Halloween Celebration!

You’ll howl over the Halloween festivities we have in store…

Show off your costume creativity during a spook-tacular night! Even our restaurant will be dressed up for this special All Hallows’ Eve!

Submerge your name in a witch’s cauldron for a chance to win several spooky prizes!

Let us enchant you with our spellbinding specialty drinks! We’ve concocted a wicked
witches’ brew and many spooky treats.

Our featured drink of the night will be a Halloween spider martini, made with secret ingredients!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Celebrate 11 Years of 75 Chestnut!

You are cordially invited to 75 Chestnut's 11th Anniversary Celebration on Beacon Hill!

Beginning October 6 through 12, we will be featuring a festive Champagne Bar, a Special Anniversary Dessert, and giving each guest a Special Gift! Delectable Fall Menu Selections will be available in addition to our regular menu.

We are proud to be serving our neighbors, and we look forward to celebrating with you!

Thursday, September 25, 2008

For Those About To Rock The House, We Salute You!

On Thursday, October 16, the Hampshire House proudly presents “Rock the House/Rocktoberfest 2008”!

Enjoy drinks, hors d’ouevres and dancing from 7:30 pm to 12:30 am while DJ “Dance With Lance” spins the best rock ‘n roll hits! You don’t have to dress like Bret Michaels to be a rock star, but we do suggest some rockin’ attire for this special night!

Don’t miss out!

Call (617) 227-9600 for tickets and more information.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Celebrate Pumpkinfest at 75 Chestnut!

This October, join 75 Chestnut in celebrating the 3rd Annual Beacon Hill Neighborhood Pumpkinfest! Carve, decorate or paint your pumpkin to get ready for the big night! After the party, bring your carved creation to Government Center and help us break a World Record!

As part of our celebration, 75 Chestnut will feature new Fall Menu items including: Harvest Pumpkin Bisque, Smolak Farms Apple, Peach and Pumpkin Martinis and Cranberry Apple Crumble.

Festivities take place on October 18 from 12 pm to 3 pm. Call (617) 227-2175 to reserve your complimentary pumpkin today!

Friday, September 12, 2008

Celebrate Oktoberfest at 75 Chestnut!

Gentlemen, lace up your lederhosen and ladies, don a dirndl! It’s that time of year again: come celebrate Oktoberfest at 75 Chestnut on Beacon Hill!

Starting Tuesday, September 23, our full menu will feature many festival favorites, including imported bratwurst, knockwurst and Bavarian potato salad with caramelized onions. For dessert, enjoy our crisp apple strudel with delicious cinnamon ice cream! We will also be offering special brews by the bottle and on draft!

Enjoy these specials and more through Monday, October 6 at 75 Chestnut, “The Gem on Beacon Hill”!

Friday, September 5, 2008

Dinner & A Movie Series: Screen Teams

The Hampshire House proudly presents the third installment of its popular “Dinner & A Movie" series with "Screen Teams", featuring charming couples from Hollywood's Golden Age:

Guess Who's Coming To Dinner, September 21, 6:00 pm (Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn)

Key Largo, September 26, 6:00 pm (Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall)

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, October 5, 6:00 pm (Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor)

Admission is $30 per guest, and includes the film and three-course meal. Availability is limited. Make your reservations today by calling 617-227-9600.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Sunday Jazz Brunch In Full Swing At the Hampshire House and 75 Chestnut!

This fall, The Hampshire House and 75 Chestnut invite you to enjoy Sunday brunch in style!

Beginning September 7th, listen to live jazz as you dine inside one of Beacon Hill's most elegant mansions! The Hampshire House Library Grill, complete with high ceilings, graceful brass chandeliers and oak-paneled bookshelves was voted one of Boston's top five restaurants for brunch by the Zagat Guide. Our menu is masterfully prepared to delight your senses with a variety of sumptuous brunch favorites, sure to please even the most discerning diner! Our full menu is available for viewing here.

Sunday brunch is served from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm. For reservations, please call (617) 227-9600 or click here to make your arrangements online.

At 75 Chestnut, experience brunch at “The Gem on Beacon Hill”! Our menu features everything from traditional brunch specialties such as "Eggs Benedict" and "Omelette 75" to new classics including "Raspberry-Stuffed French Toast" and "Truffled Lobster Hash".

This fall, 75 Chesnut will serve lunch on Saturdays, starting at 11:00 am. Make your reservations today by calling (617) 227-2175. Make your dining experience unforgettable at either of our elegant Beacon Hill locations!

Friday, August 22, 2008

Hampshire House Happenings!

This summer, The Hampshire House was proud to participate in Restaurant Week, an event held at over 180 of Boston’s top fine dining restaurants! The week invited area patrons to try new restaurants and visit old favorites, as chefs prepared delicious 3-course meals for a reasonable price.

The Hampshire House has many other exciting events planned, including its upcoming “Dinner & A Movie” series featuring the unforgettable Audrey Hepburn! The following films will be showcased in our elegant Library Grill:

Breakfast at Tiffany's, Saturday, August 29th

Charade, Friday, September 5th

My Fair Lady, Saturday, September 6th

Dinner begins at 6 pm. Admission is $30 per guest, and includes the film and three-course meal. Availability is limited. Make your reservations today!

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Holly-Go-Lightly Meets The Hampshire House In Next Dinner & Movie Series!

Beginning on Saturday, August 9th, The Hampshire House celebrates one of the most luminous stars ever to grace the silver screen with “Dinner & A Movie: The Audrey Hepburn Series.”

Funny Face, August 9th – Hepburn and Fred Astaire light up the screen in this musical tale of an unlikely romance between a fashion photographer and his young ingénue.

Breakfast at Tiffany's, August 29th – Our leading lady plays Manhattan socialite Holly-Go-Lightly - arguably her most memorable role.

Charade, September 5th – In this story of suspense, Hepburn is a widow pursued by greedy, dangerous thugs who are after her vast fortune.

My Fair Lady, September 6th – Hepburn portrays Eliza Doolittle, a flower girl transformed by a determined professor in this classic rags-to-riches tale.

Dinner begins at 7 pm. Admission is $30 per guest, and includes the film and three-course meal. Availability is limited. Make your reservations today!

Our full menu is available for viewing at

Monday, July 14, 2008

FREE Shot Glasses at Cheers!

When you pick up a hot souvenir for friends or family at Cheers this summer, you’re guaranteed to get a cool deal! Spend $10 in any of our retail store locations, and receive a FREE shot glass! This signature glass is inscribed with our famous “Cheers” logo. Fill ‘er up with your drink of choice, and enjoy! Perfect for those great summer gatherings at that favorite watering hole – your backyard.

Pick one up today!

Friday, July 11, 2008

Come to Cheers and Be eNORMously Famous!

The few. The proud. The members of the Norm Burger Hall of Fame. These distinguished devourers earned their rightful place in "Cheers history" by consuming a truly monumental burger! This mouthwatering creation consists of two juicy beef patties topped with Muenster cheese, mushrooms, onion rings, lettuce, and tomato, all served on a GIANT bun with a
side of French fries and a pickle spear!

Come in and claim your spot in the Hall of Fame!

Be eNORMously famous today!

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Cheers Introduces New Menus!

Need to beat the heat? This summer, cool down with refreshing new menus at Cheers Beacon Hill and Cheers Faneuil Hall!

We’re mixing things up by adding new flavors to old favorites! Try Cliff’s More-Than-A-Grilled Cheese, which offers three delicious cheeses melted on multi-grain bread with fire roasted red peppers, olives and fresh tomato!

In the mood for something a little more exotic? Enjoy Lillith’s Pan Asian Salad, a refreshing mixture of soy-ginger chicken breast, snap peas, and crisp lettuce tossed with our signature sesame soy dressing and topped with fried wontons.

And, of course, no trip to Boston would be complete without a Boston Cream Pie, the quintessential Boston dessert!

All these dishes and much more can be found on our new menus, located here for Beacon Hill and here for Faneuil Hall! Come on in and try something new today!

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Back By Popular Demand…

The Hampshire House invites you to enjoy the fourth installment of “Dinner & A Movie: The Alfred Hitchcock Series”, featuring an iconic film from the ultimate master-of-suspense!

On Saturday, July 19th, enjoy a presentation of “North by Northwest”. Cary Grant stars as an advertising exec mistaken for a government agent by a group of foreign spies, and is pursued across the country as he looks for a way to survive.

Dinner begins at 7 pm. Admission is $30 per guest, and includes the film and three-course meal. Our full menu is available for viewing here. Availability is limited. Make your reservations today!

Celebrate the 4th at Cheers!

Fourth of July fun doesn’t have to stop after the fireworks! Stop by either Cheers Beacon Hill or Cheers Faneuil Hall after the festivities to relax and cool off with a refreshing pint of one of our many famous lagers! No need to fire up the grill: our mouthwatering selection of classic burgers will be sure to suit your appetite!

Bring the whole party down! Celebrate the 232nd year of America’s independence at Cheers, a true American institution!

Friday, June 20, 2008

"Cheers" to Thomas A. Kershaw

Thomas A. Kershaw is presented with the Theodore L. Storer Memorial Award

BOSTON – Thomas A. Kershaw, chairman and owner of the Hampshire House Corporation, was presented with the Theodore L. Storer Memorial Award from the Boston Minuteman Council at the Salute to Scouting Dinner on Wednesday, May 28th.

The Theodore L. Storer Memorial Award honors the memory of an outstanding leader and former Chairman of R.M. Bradley. Storer’s long interest in the welfare of others, particularly the Boy Scouts of America, caused him to raise extraordinary corporate support on its behalf. The Storer Award singles out men and women in Boston who have performed service to the public and their communities in the same fine tradition and commitment of the man for whom the award is named.

Already an entrepreneur, business man, and community leader, Kershaw is also a Distinguished Eagle Scout. After graduating from Swarthmore College with a degree in mechanical engineering and the Harvard Business School, Tom entered the high tech world for several years. In 1969 Kershaw and a partner purchased the Hampshire House property. Immediately after, Kershaw installed the authentic English-style Bull & Finch Pub (now known as Cheers) in the basement of the property. In 1982, Hollywood came to Boston and chose Kershaw’s distinctive pub for the inspiration for the setting of the TV series Cheers. His other Hampshire House restaurants include 75 Chestnut (1997), Cheers Faneuil Hall (2001), and Sam’s Café (2002).

President Bush appointed Mr. Kershaw to the Board of the United States Travel and Tourism Administration in 1989. He served until that organization was dissolved in 1996. He also served as the Chairman of the Technology Committee of the White House Conference on Travel and Tourism, which was held in 1996. He served on the Executive Committee, otherwise known as the Policy Committee of the Travel Business Roundtable. He served on the executive Committee of the United States National Tourism Organization and the Executive Committee of the Travel Industry Association of America.

Over the years, Kershaw has received numerous awards and distinctions recognizing his contributions to the community and his industry. Those awards include: Restaurateur of the Year from the Massachusetts Restaurant Association, Humanitarian of the Year from Project Triangle, Massachusetts Tourism Leadership Award, the Boston Patriot Award from the Freedom Trail Foundation and the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award given by the Boston Minuteman Council Boy Scouts of America. He was inducted into the Travel Industry Hall of Leaders by the Travel Industry Association of America, the Hospitality Hall of Fame by the Massachusetts Restaurant Association and was given an Honorary Doctorate degree from Johnson & Wales University.


Thomas A. Kershaw receives the Bunker Hill Community College President's Distinguished Service Award

BOSTON –Thomas A. Kershaw, chairman and owner of the Hampshire House Corporation, received the Bunker Hill Community College President's Distinguished Service Award in recognition of his extraordinary commitment and service to the College at the its 34rd Commencement Exercise on Saturday, May 31st.

As a founding member of the Bunker Hill Community College Foundation Board, Kershaw has graciously hosted the College’s principal annual fundraiser at the Hampshire House for the past 18 years. Every year ‘An Evening at the Hampshire House’ raises funds that provide scholarships, textbook assistance and cultural programs for BHCC students. The occasion also provides Bunker Hill Community College’s Culinary Arts and Hospitality students the opportunity to work alongside the Hampshire House’s renowned executive chefs to prepare and serve food for the event, putting into practice what they learned in the classroom.

This year, with Kershaw’s support, ‘An Evening at the Hampshire House’ kicked off fundraising for Bunker Hill Community College’s new Health and Wellness Center, a major initiative that will enhance the College’s capacity to meet workforce needs in Greater Boston’s healthcare industry.
In recognition of Kershaw’s generous support, the Bunker Hill Community College Foundation created the Thomas A. Kershaw Scholarship, awarding it each year to an outstanding student in the Culinary Arts or Hospitality program. Last year, the College named its dining room the ‘Thomas A. Kershaw Culinary Arts Dining Room’ in his honor.

In addition to his service on the Bunker Hill Community College Foundation Board of Directors, Kershaw also served on the Bunker Hill Community College Board of Trustees. As a Trustee, Kershaw played a key role in garnering the support that helped make the new Health and Wellness Center a reality.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Surf's Up!!

The Beacon Hill Beach Party at 75 Chestnut last night was a blast!! Thank you to everyone who came and shared in on the fun with us. As you can see by the pictures, we sure did make a splash.

The Tube Top Martini was a crowd pleaser. It's sure to make you feel like you're going for that barrel roll off Pipeline. No wipe outs here.

Nothing better than showing up to a beach party in style. Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda... watch out!