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Webb Auto Elect Service
118 Holten St, Danvers, MA 01923
Since 1985, Webb has specialized in all things related to auto electrical systems.  The small shop stays busy onMore weekdays, repairing and rebuilding alternators, generators, starters and batteries.  It's singularly owned and operated with honest, straightforward service.
Danvers Armory
2 Armory Rd, Danvers, MA 01923

The armory, just off Route 1, is one of 44 facilities that the Massachusetts National Guard operates in theMore Commonwealth. Each armory is strategically located to facilitate a speedy response to emergencies. The Army-National Guard Recruiting Office is located here, expediting placement in the more than 100 career fields available within the Army and the Air National Guard, from infantryman and medical specialist to aircraft technician. Joining ensures free college tuition at all state colleges and universities, and signing bonuses, health benefits and life insurance are also offered.

The facility is available for rent for community and civic events, such as elections, indoor sports, fundraisers and craft fairs. 

St John's Preparatory School
72 Spring St, Danvers, MA 01923

St. John's Prep is one of 13 secondary schools sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers in the United States. TheMore brotherhood, founded in 1839 by Theodore James Ryken, is an international teaching order within the Roman Catholic Church.

Along with lay teachers, the brothers provide a Catholic high school education to 1,250 young men studying at the Prep from Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The school has graduated more than 13,000 students since 1907, offering a broad range of elective courses with core academic studies, 19 Advanced Placement courses, and numerous service opportunities, both locally and internationally. Each year, the school hosts the Walk for Hospice, which raises funds for North Shore Hospice.

A number of extracurricular activities are also available, including student productions in the black box theater at the Ryken Center for the Arts. The Eagles compete in 20 interscholastic sports—athletic fields encircle the campus—and 25 intramural sports. There are more than 6o student clubs.

The picturesque 175-acre campus, in addition to a retirement home and cemetery for the brothers, is also home to Camp Christopher in the summer, a weeklong camp for children ages 5 to 12, which is run separately from the school.