Look Who’s Marching in the 2022 Parade!

Ashley Fuel
A. T. Mscisz & North Bev Elementary School
Beverly Bike Committee
Beverly Bootstraps
Beverly Children’s Learning Center
Beverly Dept of Public Services
Beverly Elected City Officials
Beverly Fire Trucks
Beverly Girl Scouts
Beverly Girls Softball
Beverly Girls Travel Basketball Team
Beverly HS Marching Panther Band
Beverly Human Rights Committee
Beverly Lions Club
Beverly Little League
Beverly Middle School Band
Beverly Momball Alumni Team
Beverly Public Library
Beverly Rotary Club
Beverly School Committee
Beverly Senior Citizen of the Year
Beverly YMCA Swim and Gymnastics
Beverly Youth Field Hockey
Beverly Youth Football & Cheer
Beverly Youth Hockey
Beverly/Salem Lodge of Elks #1309
Bow Beauty Salon
Cabot Performing Arts Center
Chiampa Dance Center
Cub Scouts, Pack 49
Danvers High School Falcon Band
Essex County Junior King & Queen
Essex County Sheriff Honor Guard
First Baptist Church in Beverly – Middle School Fellowship
First Parish Church of Beverly UU
Glover’s Regiment
Grand Marshalls
Gr. Beverly YMCA Swim & Gymnastics
Hamilton Fire Department
Jubilee Yacht Club
Liberty Lodge Freemasons
Mrs. Essex County
New England Sports League
North Shore Dance Academy
North Shore Lions Club
North Shore Strokers Hot Rod Club
Northshoremen Chorus
Salem Five Bank
Red Cross of Northeast Massachusetts
Salem High School Marching Band
Salem’s Black Hat Society
Santa Claus
Scouts, Beverly Pack 4
Spark a Dream Princess Parties
Temple B’nai Abraham
USPS Letter Carriers
Wally and Tessie – Red Sox mascots

Kristin Pieroni Guanci is a Beverly native whose Grandpa Mario was one of the founding members of the ICC.  Kristin’s Dad Robert served as a member of the Board of Directors and past president of the ICC.  Kristin has also served as, Friends of Cove Park.  Kristin and her Co President Roberta Chirco raised over $120,000 in private donations to turn Kimball Haskell Park into a play ground for children.

Kristin has been very active and  involved with PTO’s in several Beverly schools as their kids, Anna, Noah and Julia have worked their way through the Beverly school system.  During the pandemic Kristin arranged for David Coffey (scrooge) to appear before students via zoom.  Kristin now serves on the Hospitality Committee at BHS.

Paul also grew up in Beverly and began working at Super Sub with his Dad in 1986 for the summer and just never left. Elected to The Beverly City Council in 1999 and continued to serve for 20 years including 16 of those years as our City Council President.

Paul was an original board member of Beverly Main Streets, served as Chair of Beverly’s Economic and Community Development Council, is an active member with the Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Beverly Rotary  Club.  Paul is also active at St. Mary’s Parish and is Trustee of the Fischer Fuel Society.

Paul was recognized with the Leslie S Ray Award from the Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce in 2021.  He was also recognized by The Beverly Rotary Club as Citizen of the Year.