Isobel Bertman and Ruth Paven will be the honorees at this year’s Woodward School Women of Distinction Award Celebration.

Isobel Bertman and Ruth Paven will be the honorees at this year’s Woodward School Women of Distinction Award Celebration. The event will be held from 6 to 10 p.m. Thursday, May 19, at Granite Links Golf Club in Quincy.

Isobel Bertman and Ruth Paven will be recognized at the annual Woodward Women of Distinction Award Celebration on Thursday at Granite Links Golf Club.

Each year, the school for girls in Quincy honors women who are successful in their chosen fields, engaged in their communities and role models for students.

Bertman, a Quincy resident, is co-owner of Rogers Jewelry in Quincy and is involved with the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, the Salvation Army and several other women’s charitable organizations.

She is well-known in the Woodward community for supporting the school’s mission, according to a press release for the awards event.

Ruth Paven, also a Quincy resident, graduated from the Woodward School in 1946 and was in the first class of women accepted to Harvard Law School.

She is a lawyer and supports South Shore Mental Health and Quincy Community Action Programs.

The awards ceremony is scheduled for 6 to 10 p.m. and will include a silent and live auction.

For more information, call the Woodward School at 617-773-5610.

Reach Brian Badzmierowski at bbadzmierowski@ledger.com.

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