Lookin’ on the Brightside

Pictured front from left, Chamber Executive Director Lori Jewell, Brightside Project board members Jordan Dickey, Andrea Corbisello, Co-Director Lisa Wallace, Executive Director Scott Lewis, Sondra O’Donnell, William Dawes, Jamie Huff, and chamber ambassadors Kathy Hendricks and Matt Butts; back from left, Matt Bender, Dan Moore, Elaine Kothera, Kim Goll, Geoff Goll, Carolyn Jones, George W.S. Hays, Brightside board member Calvin Marshall, chamber ambassadors Rick Lutsch, Frank Zamarelli and Salem Mayor John Berlin. Unable to attend was Brightside Project board member Justin Rance. (Salem News photo by Mary Ann Greier)
During a ribbon-cutting Thursday, Brightside Project Executive Director Scott Lewis and his daughter, Co-Director Lisa Wallace, talk about upcoming projects, such as Coats for Kids ages 3 to 18 from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 2 and their largest fundraiser, The Masquerade Ball, at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 16 at Boneshakers, also on East Pershing Street, Salem. For more details, check out The Brightside Project Facebook page. (Salem News photo by Mary Ann Greier)

The Brightside Project welcomed Salem Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors for a ribbon-cutting at the non-profit’s new location, 483 E. Pershing St., the neon teal and orange building in downtown Salem.


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