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Sergio Cornelio unanimously appointed City Clerk By Brendan Clogston

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ergio Cornelio will replace his mentor Michael Matarazzo as City Clerk, the city council having voted unanimously at a special meeting Thursday evening to promote him from his current position of Assistant City Clerk.

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Cornelio was one of three finalists, along with Angelo Febbo of the Mayor’s Constituent Services office and Linda Greeley, to advance from a field of eight after a private interview session with the council’s Legislative Affairs and Elections Committee

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Local developer hopes to build new mixed-use building on Broadway By The Advocate

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ew development isn’t just coming to Lower Broadway and the Square: an Everett developer is hoping get the zoning board to sign off on a mixed-use modern apartment building at 605 Broadway.

Local developer Greg Antonelli purchased the Victorian building at 605 Broadway and its 9,885 sq. ft. lot for $700,000 and in April. The building, built in 1900, formerly housed the offices of dentist Al Mavilo on the first floor. Antonelli plans to demol-

ish the building and build in its place a four-story mixeduse complex with first floor retail and 21 housing units, including 13-one bedrooms and eight two-bedrooms. Artist sketches of the proposal in-

An excited Sergio Cornelio addresses the council in a speech shortly after being sworn-in as City Clerk Thursday.

Shown from left, Angelo Febbo, Linda Greeley, and Sergio Cornelio await their interviews with the council for the city clerk position Thursday evening. (Advocate photos by Brendan Clogston)

DEVELOPER | SEE PAGE 18

CITY CLERK | FROM PAGE 1 last week. Widely considered the frontrunner, Cornelio had been groomed for the position by Matarazzo, who retired at the end of June after serving in the role for over a decade. Cornelio argued that his ability to “step right into the job” made him the best candidate for the role. In the initial round of voting, Councillor-at-Large John Hanlon voted for Febbo. After it became clear that Cornelio was the overwhelmingly favorite, however, Hanlon asked that his vote be changed to a “yes”, making the roll unanimous. Cornelio thanked the council in a brief speech after the vote, saying that he was“humbled”by the appointment. “I promise to work harder and harder to be the best city clerk I can be,” said Cornelio. “I don’t intend to be John Hanlon or Mike Matarazzo. I intend to be my own man, but I’ve learned from them.”

Cornelio also thanked his family, as well as Matarazzo, whom he said had “been the most tremendous help over the last two year getting me prepared for this. I didn’t expect him to leave this soon, but I am ready for this task. I’m ready to move the city forward and help forge this community. There’s a lot of work to, but it’s going in the right direction.” State Senator Sal DiDomenico was also on hand to congratulate Cornelio – and the City of Everett – on the selection.

“He has been a person that a lot of people have relied on over the years,” said DiDomenico. “He comes from a great family. It is a proud moment for our family to see him rise up through for the ranks, and also for us who have known him for a long time. Cornelio was appointed Assistant City Clerk in late 2015. He previously served as a common councillor.

Shown, from left to right, are Councillors Stephen Simonelli, Wayne Matewsky, Peter Napolitano, and John Leo McKinnon, Clerk of Committees John Burley, Councillors Rosa DiFlorio and Anthony DiPierro, Rocco Cornelio, City Clerk Sergio Cornelio, Councillor Michael McLaughlin, Margaret Cornelio, Councillors Richard Dell Isola, Cynthia Sarnie, Fred Capone, and John Hanlon, Jim Marchant (seated), and State Senator Sal DiDomenico.


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Mayor encourages residents to attend Malden River Greenway meeting on August 8

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he Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA), in partnership with the cities of Everett, Malden and Medford, is undertaking a visioning process for a waterfront park system with connected paths, new amenities, and vibrant open spaces along the Malden River. Mayor Carlo DeMaria encourages Everett residents to join the second public meeting â&#x20AC;&#x201C; on Tuesday, August 8, from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m., at Riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Edge, which is located at 200 Riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Edge Drive in Medford â&#x20AC;&#x201C;which will include a workshop featuring early design concepts for the greenway plan. In a 2016 meeting, Mayor DeMaria, discussed his vision for the Malden River, including increasing access to the river with canoe and kayak launches, fishing piers, bike paths, and new parks, such as the River Green Park at GE. His administration is currently working with the Friends of the Malden River, MyRWA and MIT to ex-

Carlo DeMaria, Mayor

amine increasing recreational opportunities on the river. The DeMaria administration is working on several projects that involve connecting the walking/biking path network around the Malden and Mystic Rivers. He and his team are also working with MyRWA, Wynn Development, National Grid, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) and the Massachusetts Department of

Transportation (MassDOT) to create a complete system of pathways along the Malden River and use the new Woods Bridge on Rte. 16 to connect to Wellington and Riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Edge Park in Malden. Mayor DeMaria stated, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Malden River is a hidden gem in the City of Everett. Working with our partners at the Mystic River Watershed Association, we can open up access to the river, create recreational opportunities and encourage development along the river which will complement those activities. Now is both a critical time for the river and for our community. We will continue to work with private property owners, nonprofit organizations, state agencies and our municipal partners to make this riverway an asset for all of us.â&#x20AC;? Please visit the Mystic River Watershed Association website (https://mysticriver.org/) for more information.

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for her cookies has skyrocketed in recent months. To keep up, she has hired two people with disabilities to help produce and distribute her delicious cookies. In the future, Divitto plans to develop her own kitchen and distribution facility, with an eye to-

ward replicating the model in different locations around the country. Everett’s Life Skills Program is designed to create opportunities for students to gain vocational skills to be successful adults after they graduate from the program.


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Phunk Phenomenon promotes positives of Hip-Hop Talented crew head to International competition in Arizona By Christopher Roberson

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or the past 15 years, Reia Briggs-Connor and her husband Rick have been teaching students as young as three years old the art of hip hop dance. In addition to dancing hiphop since she was three years old herself, Briggs-Connor also spent three years as a cheerleader for the New England Patriots. In 2002, she and Rick opened their first Phunk Phenomenon studio at 1760 Revere Beach Parkway in Everett. The opening of their Peabody studio, located at 201 Andover St., followed in 2012. Some of the classes offered include Baby Hip Hop and Breaking, Advanced Breaking and Tricking, Ballet and Contemporary Dance as well as Salsa. Briggs-Connor said that on Aug. 5, she and six groups of dancers between the ages of six and 30 will be travelling to Phoenix for 11 days for this year’s International Hip-Hop Competition. “It’s the Olympics of hiphop dance,” she said, adding that they have participated in the competition in prior years. Emphasizing the positive aspects of hip-hop, Briggs-Connor said Phunk Phenomenon aims to dispel the negative stigma that is often associated with this style of street dancing. Briggs-Connor also said that she and Rick established Hip-Hop for Hope after learning that their son, Jared, who was two at the time, had been diagnosed with a rare genetic disease called Sanfilippo Syndrome. Briggs-Connor said not many people are aware of the disease and those who have heard of it assume that it is some form of Autism. “It’s worse than Autism,” she said.

However, Hip-Hop for Hope continually strives to make an impact. “All the dancers are philanthropists,” said Briggs-Connor. “I decided to use what we had as a tool, we always make it a point to talk about the disease.” Briggs-Connor said anyone who walks into Phunk Phenomenon will find that it does not share many parallels with conventional dance studios. “It’s not as structured as the traditional dance studio,” she said, adding that her students are free to come to class wearing sneakers and sweatpants. “The type of dancing we do is realty energetic, it’s

RISING STARS: The seven-member Hip-Hop crew representing Phunk Phenomenon of Peabody is all smiles at Tuesday’s practice before leaving for the Hip-Hop International in Pheonix, Arizona on Thursday. Shown in no particular order, are; John Rice, Jalen Smith, Hayden Williams, Danta Graziano, Dah’kye Gardner, Jackson Annese, and Dylan Repucci. The kids will compete against dancers from 38 countries in what is dubbed, the Olympics of Hip-Hop. (Advocate photo)

aggressive.” In addition, Phunk Phenomenon is the home of Lil Phunk, the official Junior Dance Team for the Boston Celtics. Established in 2004, Lil Phunk has done performances for KISS 108, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Puma, Disney and Hasbro Toys. In addition, the Lilphunk Boyz were ranked number one in the world at the HipHop International World Championships in 2009. In 2010, the Lilphunk Boyz were ranked first in the country while the Lilphunk Girlz were ranked third in the country

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structing the Ella Jade O’Donnell South Memorial-Passos Avante Playground, complete with elephants and ladybugs, two of Ella’s favorite things. Divided into age-appropriate sections, the playground is designed for children in preschool through fifth grade. Joanne Pantapas, a member of South Memorial’s Playground Committee, said that in addition to all-new equipment, the playground features a memorial patio and a

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A statue of a ballerina stands at the playground site, representing an important part of Ella’s life.

bronze statue of a ballerina. In addition, the Everett Police Department donated a bench that reads: “She made broken look beautiful and strong look invincible. She walked with the universe on her shoulders and made it look like a pair of wings. Ella’s Army. Everett Police.” Pantapas credited Peabody Mayor Edward Bettencourt with garnering $70,000 from the Community Preservation

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Everett man sentenced for armed bank robbery B

OSTON – An Everett man was sentenced on July 27 in federal court in Boston for armed bank robbery and firearms offenses. Joseph G. Rachal, 65, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton to 101 months in prison and three years of supervised release. On April 27, 2017, Rachal was convicted by a federal jury of armed bank robbery, using a firearm during the commission of a crime of violence, and being a previously convicted felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. On Nov. 19, 2015, Rachal entered a branch of TD Bank in Brighton, removed a black semiautomatic handgun, pointed it at the tellers and ordered them to turn over cash

from the drawers. Rachal exited the bank with $2,397. When law enforcement arrived minutes later, they observed him hiding behind a parked SUV one block from the bank. When the officers approached the vehicle and identified themselves as police, Rachal ran away while carrying a black nylon bag. When officers caught him, they searched his bag and found an active scanner tuned to a Boston Police radio frequency, a 9mm Glock semiautomatic pistol with one chambered round and a magazine containing 14 additional rounds, an additional magazine containing 15 rounds of 9mm ammunition, and $2,397. Bank surveillance cameras captured images of the robbery, and the items recovered

from the bag Rachal was carrying were consistent with the items observed on the video. The announcement was made by Acting United States Attorney William D. Weinreb; Harold H. Shaw, Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Boston Field Division; Boston Police Commissioner William Evans; Brookline Police Chief Daniel C. O’Leary; Sharon Police Chief Tilden S. Kaufman; and Barnstable Police Chief Paul MacDonald. The investigation was conducted with the assistance of the FBI’s Violent Crime Task Force. Assistant U.S. Attorney Kenneth G. Shine of Weinreb’s Major Crimes Unit prosecuted the case.

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Korean War veteran returns to Everett High School

Councillor Matewsky hosts annual summer BBQ

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he Everett High School community was proud to welcome home one of its former students earlier this month, as Don Medbery visited the school and shared stories and memories with staff and administrators. Medbery, who grew up on Malden Street, did not receive his Everett High School diplo-

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ma because he enlisted in the United States Air Force and served in Korea as a crew chief. That will change in May of 2018, when he will be presented his diploma as part of the district’s annual Memorial Day program. Medbery received his GED while serving his country, and he has enjoyed a successful career in business. He currently lives in Dover, N.H. “I was overwhelmed by the reception I received,” Medbery said. “And I was amazed at how beautiful the new high school is. I very much look forward to returning to my high school for the Memorial Day program.”

Council President Anthony DiPierro, Councillor-at-Large Wayne Matewsky, former Councillor Anthony Ranieri, local Attorney Roland Hughes, longtime Everett businessman Pat Guarino and Councillor-at-Large Richard Dell Isola

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Councillor-at-Large Wayne Matewsky and his mother, Marion, hosted the event and thanked all for their support.

Council on Aging to offer special presentation for seniors

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oin Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Council on Aging in welcoming back Roberta Robinson, the Director of Marketing and Outreach at Cambridge Health Alliance. She will be conducting a presentation on Tuesday, August 15 at 11 a.m. in the Connolly Center. This month’s topic will focus on precautionary steps and healthy senior personal care. Roberta has truly inspired many with her vivacious personality, so come out and learn a little bit more on how to take care of yourself. For more information, please call Dale at 617.394.2323 or Ida at 617.394.2260.


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PLAYGROUND | FROM PAGE 6 Act to help fund the $150,000 project. “The mayor supported us with the project from start to finish,” she said.

Pantapas described Ella as being “smart and sassy.” “Even as sick as she was, she was always smiling and laughing,” said Pantapas. “She came to school every day she was able, and when she could no longer go out at recess she spent her time reading to the preschoolers.” Julie Butt, who was also a member of the Playground Committee, said it is unusual to be able to build an entire playground within six months. However, she said time was of the essence, particularly for those students who will be moving on to Higgins Middle School in the fall. “The kids needed closure,” said Butt. In addition, Butt said Ella did not falter despite enduring multiple rounds of chemotherapy. “The kid never missed a day of school,” she said. In Ella’s memory, Butt said, for $100 residents can have a 4 x 8-inch brick engraved on the memorial patio. Mayor Carlo DeMaria was on hand to support Ella’s father, Dennis, an Everett police officer. The City of Everett donated a bench for the playground. “The Cities of Peabody and Everett came together with the family and friends of Ella O’Donnell to dedicate a playground in memory of Ella. She was the light to so many people,” said DeMaria. “There is a saying ‘there is no foot so small that it cannot leave an imprint on this world.’ That is so true of Ella. She was the strength of so many people and she is and will be greatly missed.” City Council President Anthony DiPierro was also at the event, stating, “sometimes it takes a very unfortunate circumstance to teach you the value of life. I can certainly say Ella taught me and so many others what was important in life. I know her spirit is alive and well, and this playground will keep her memory strong for years to come. We all love and miss you Ella Jade. And we are Ella’s Army forever!”

“Both the Everett and Peabody communities came together to show their love and support for a courageous young girl and her amazing family,” said Peabody School Committee Member Joseph Amico. “Ella touched a lot of people in her short time; she and her family will never be forgotten.” Police Chief Steven Mazzie stated, “It’s been great to watch the men and women of the Everett PD show their support for the O’Donnell fam-

ily during Ella’s battle against cancer, but even today in helping to keep Ella’s spirit and memory alive.” After discovering the tumor in January 2016, Ella’s doctors were tasked with delivering a prognosis to Dennis and Erin O’Donnell that no parent ever wants to hear: Even with chemotherapy, it would be impossible to remove the tumor. Ella’s courageous battle against cancer ended 11 months later – one month before her 11th birthday.

Bettencourt, who attended South Memorial as a child, said the playground will hold Ella’s memory for generations to come. “As mayor, I have never felt so much Peabody Pride as I have watching our community come together following Ella’s passing,” he said in a written statement. “Together, we were inspired to build this playground – a place where children and families can enjoy being together as much as Ella enjoyed being together with her family and friends.

Page 9 Together we gathered to dedicate it in Ella’s loving memory.” Bettencourt also spoke about how Ella became a beacon of inspiration for those around her. “[She was] a young girl whose love of her family, friends, teachers and the South School seemed to know no bounds,” he said. “Ella’s spirit has touched so many of us in so many ways. It continues to have a remarkable impact on our community – as one needs to look no further than this beautiful new playground.”


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National Prescription Take-Back Day

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ayor Carlo DeMaria, the Everett Health Department, Partnership for Success Collaboration and the Everett Police Department will be sponsoring National Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Everett residents will be able to drop off any unused or expired medications for safe disposal at the Everett Police Department’s dropoff box. This is part of a nation-

al effort to take back prescription drugs. Everett, like many other communities in Massachusetts, has been greatly impacted by the opioid epidemic. Take back days have provided safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing prescription drugs, while also educating the general public abou tthe abuse of medications. In addition, Everett residents

are encouraged to make use of the two drop-off location year round, including the Everett Health Department (accessible during City Hall hours at 484 Broadway, 2nd Floor, Room 20), and the Everett Police Department in the main lobby. For additional information, please contact the Everett Police Department at 617-3892120, or Paul Guarino at 617394-2256, or check out www. dea.gov.

Mayor announces Director of Organizational Assessment position

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s Mayor Carlo DeMaria looks forward to another four years as Chief Executive, he has announced a newly created position of Director of Organizational Assessment. The director will be responsible for creating job performance standards for employees throughout the City of Everett as part of the Mayor’s organizational assessment process. These measures will ensure the most efficient and effective service to Everett residents. The measures will include goals and objectives of departments as well as employees’ performance measures to reach those goals. As with any organization, employee assessment is critical to employee performance and to achieving the most productive work environment. Mayor DeMaria stated, “One of the reasons why Everett has been named one of the top places to live in Massachusetts is because we have a great team; however, we must always be improving the quality and efficiency of service to our residents. The Director of Organizational Assessment

Mayor Carlo DeMaria

will help us do just that. It will also allow our employees to do their jobs in the most efficient and effective manner.” The Director of Organizational Assessment will work under the direction of the Chief of Staff and requires a Master’s degree in human resources, public administration or other relevant discipline. Five years’ experience in a Massachusetts municipal setting in a supervisory capacity is required. For more information or to apply, please contact Human Resources Director Michael Vetrano at 617-394-0230 or Michael.Vetrano@ci.everett. ma.us.


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EPS2ESY EVERETT PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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he Everett Public Schools Extended School Year (ESY) program ran from July 5-28 at the Madeline English School serving students from grades PreK3-grade 8. This summer we had 156 students who attended full time classrooms and 20 students who were eligible for walk-in service. Eligibility for ESY programming is based on regression of skills after gaps in service.

Lucas Prestes, Nathaly Lemus, and Elsa Macedo.

ESY programming serviced students with disabilities ranging from autism to developmental delay as well as learning disabilities and emotional/social delay. Services included speech, OT and PT therapies as well as ABA discrete trials for eligible students. Eliot counselors provided counseling for all eligible students. Teacher of the deaf and vision specialist services were also provided.

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City of Everett National Night Out Everett residents from across the city walked the streets of Everett with police cfficers and city officials Tuesday night for the City’s National Night Out. Participants gathered at the Rec. Center for food and music.

Shown at the city’s National Night Out Tuesday evening are Councillors Peter Napolitano and Michael McLaughlin, Council Candidate Catherine Tomassi-Hicks, Council President Anthony DiPierro, Councillor Cynthia Sarnie, State Senator Sal DiDomenico, Councillors Rosa DiFlorio, Fred Capone, and Stephen Simonelli, Police Chief Steven Mazzie, Mayor’s Chief of Staff Kevin O’Donnell, and State Rep. Joseph McGonagle.


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MAYOR DEMARIA AND COA WELCOME OVER 500 SENIORS TO ANNUAL SUMMER BBQ

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n Wednesday, July 27th Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Council on Aging welcomed over 500 seniors to the Connolly Center for the Mayor’s Annual Senior Summer BBQ. At the BBQ attendees enjoyed typical BBQ fair, prepared and served by city employees and were entertained by Vinyl Groove. Mayor DeMaria stated, “The senior BBQ was a huge success and I would like to thank all those who attended as well as the volunteers for helping keep the community such a vibrant place to live for people of all ages.”

Some of the over 500 seniors who attended the Mayor’s annual BBQ.

Thank you from Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner The Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner wishes to thank the people and businesses for their kindness and generosity in their support of our helmet fundraiser. Your generous support will allow the children of Everett to continue to participate and enjoy playing youth sports in the City of Everett, and the future of Everett football. Our heartfelt thanks to all who donated. A special thanks to Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Director Jerry Navarro, and Assistant Director Kevin Noonan for all their help and support in getting our 2017 season off and running.

Thank you. Senator Salvatore DiDomenico State Representative Joseph McGonagle Councilman John Hanlon Councilman Wayne Matewsky Councilman Anthony DiPierro Councilman Peter Napolitano Councilman Richard Dell Isola Councilwoman Cynthia Sarnie Councilwoman Rosa DiFlorio Candidate for Councilor at Large Michael Marchese R.J. Devereaux Mr. Richard Dresdale Mr. Thomas DiBenedetto Mr. & Mrs. Gennaro Leo Malden Transportation Vogel Vending Divine Sign Inc. Jon Jessup Nile Lundgren George Castiello Nick Goggans The Joseph Rainone Foundation Julie Acker Romola Ratnam Stephen Solomon Joseph Kelly Rick Tavares Greg Follo Stacey Poste The Everett Teacher’s Association Vincent Panzini Donna Driscoll Everett Police Betterment Association

The Everett Advocate In memory of Willie Spain Salvatore Rocco Funeral Home Frederick Cafasso Funeral Home Cataldo Financial Group Dunkin Donuts Duncan Galvanizing Corp. Piets Inc. Mastrocola Management Tasty Garden Sheehan Construction Craftsman Glass Middlesex Gas Raymond Lepore Cataldo Ambulance Service Derek Pothier Elena Hickey Diane Groux Brandon Bailot Gisetto Family Adam Sherman Michele Seward Cushman Family Robin Chiaramonte Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fiorentino Matt Nuzzo Nick Parker Janet Leo Frank Nuzzo, III Tom and Heidi Catalano Charlotte Smith Honda Cars of Boston


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Celebrating an elite Elk Grand Exalted Ruler Michael Zellen of SaugusEverett Elks, Lodge No. 642 of Saugus, honored

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ichael Zellen, of Saugus-Everett Elks, Lodge No. 642 of Saugus, recently finished his term as Grand Exalted Ruler for the year 20162017. Last Saturday (July 29), Zellen, of Peabody, received a Citation from the Town of Sau-

gus and the State Senate and House of Representatives for all his tireless work and charitable giving on behalf of the Elks. During the time he was Exalted Ruler, Zellen traveled throughout the country, vis-

iting Elk lodges in 48 states. You can follow the travels of Michael Zellen on the Mass Elks website, http://www.masselks.org/. The benevolent Elks are a charitable organization made up of men and women.

THE ZELLEN FAMILY CELEBRATES: Left to right: grandsons Joseph Zellen and Michael Petradelis; daughter Susan Petradelis, Michael Zellen (Past Grand Exalted Ruler), Donna Zellen (Past First Lady), daughter Jennifer Caputo (Past Exalted Ruler), grandson Nicholas Caputo and daughters Amy and Michele Zellen.

A SENATE CITATION: Michael Zellen receives a Senate Citation presented by State Sen. Sal DiDomenico (D-Everett), recognizing his contributions to the Elks (Courtesy Photo to The Saugus Advocate)

THE WELCOMING COMMITTEE: State Rep. Joseph W. McGonagle (D-Everett), Saugus Board of Selectmen Chairman Debra Panetta, Mike Zellen, Donna Zellen, Saugus Selectman Jennifer D’Eon and John Ragucci. (Courtesy Photo to The Saugus Advocate)

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Preliminary election for at-Large race scheduled for September 19 By Brendan Clogston

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ominations closed for this year’s local election last week, and while many seats will go unchallenged, enough contenders have entered the at-Large race to force a preliminary election to narrow the field on September. In all, 11 candidates have been nominated to run for the five at-Large council seats. Under the charter, a preliminary election to get the race down to two candidates per seat, or a total of 10 candidates. In the first round, Incumbents Wayne Matewsky, Cynthia Sarnie, Richard Dell Isola, Peter Napolitano, and John

Hanlon will fight for re-election against challengers Michael Marchese, Joseph LaMonica, Catherine Tomasi-Hicks, John Whelan, Leo Barrett, and Stephanie Smith. In Ward 2, incumbent Stephen Simonelli will face off against challenger Stephanie Martins Ward 1 Councillor Fred Capone, Ward 3 Councillor Anthony DiPierro, Ward 4 Councillor John Leo McKinnon, Ward 5 Councillor Rosa DiFlorio, and Ward 6 Councillor Michael McLaughlin are running unopposed. The citywide preliminary election will be held sometime in September.

SENIORS ON THE ROAD TO ST. ANTHONY’S FEAST IN BOSTON

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ayor DeMaria’s Council on Aging has planned an exciting trip to Boston’s North End to celebrate the Annual Feast of Saint Anthony on Sunday, August 27. The school bus transportation will depart from the Connolly Center at 11:30 a.m. and arrive just in time for the opening ceremonies. Upon arrival, guests will be delighted with the sights and sounds of the marching band parade, confetti drops and devoted members in solemn procession carrying the statue of St. Anthony. On the main stage, the Italian American Band Ambrosiani will be the main performance. The bus will depart at 5 p.m. back to the Connolly Center. For reservations, please call Dale or Mary at (617) 394-2323.


THE EVERETT ADVOCATE - Friday, August 4, 2017 $2,000 PROPERTY TAX REDUCTION FOR VOLUNTEERS OVER 60 (S 2124) Senate 15-23, rejected an amendment that would raise from $1,500 to $2,000 the amount of property tax reduction seniors over 60 can earn by doing volunteer work in their city or town which has opted into this program. Local cities and towns are not required to offer the volunteer program. THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local legislators’votes on roll calls from the week of July 24-28. GOV. BAKER’S MASSHEALTH CHANGES (H 3822) House 41-116, Senate 32-6, rejected Gov. Charlie Baker’s proposal to make some major changes to MassHealth, the state’s Medicaid program that provides health care for approximately 1.4 million qualified low-income and disabled persons. Supporters said Baker’s plan is a humane and responsible approach and argued that under the changes, not a single person would lose coverage, and low-income families would continue to have access to zero-premium health plans.

Amendment supporters said the increase will give some seniors an additional $500 reduction in their property taxes. They noted this is an important change that will allow more seniors to remain in their homes. Most amendment opponents said they support the hike but noted that there is already a similar bill that has received a favorable report from the Revenue Committee and will eventually be debated by the Senate. They said that bill, unlike this amendment, has gone through the regular legislative process including a public hearing.

Sen. Sal DiDomenico

Amendment supporters said this additional $500 would help many veterans and their families further reduce the cost of their property taxes during this tough economy and in some cases, might even prevent them from being forced out of their homes.

Voted

Sen. Sal DiDomenico Voted against Baker’s Plan PROPERTY TAX REDUCTIONS (S 2124) Senate 39-0, approved and sent to the House a bill providing a variety of property tax breaks for seniors, veterans and disabled persons. Provisions include raising from $1,000 to $1,500 the amount of property tax reduction veterans can earn by doing volunteer work in their city or town; creating a new local option property tax exemption for deaf persons of $5,000 of taxable valuation or $437.50 of actual taxes due, whichever is greater; and allowing more homeowners over 65 to qualify for the state’s $1,070 “senior circuit breaker” tax credit. Supporters said it is up to cities and towns whether to offer these tax breaks because the breaks are not state-mandated. They noted the reductions will be good for countless low-income seniors, military personnel and disabled persons and might even help some of them remain in their homes, rather than having to move because they can’t afford to pay their property taxes. (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

Yes

We are a 100% handicap league and new teams are formed each year based on the previous year’s averages. We try to make the teams even to encourage fair competition. We make up the teams in August to be ready to bowl in September. Currently six of the ten teams qualify for a year end roll off to determine a champion. We have three or four fun holiday non-team roll offs each year matching bowlers by their current averages. If you are interested please contact Bill Napier at 1-781-233-8859 or email him at bdrn23@aol.com.

(A “Yes” vote is for the hike to $1,500.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

Yes

ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE FOR ALS (H 1697 Senate 39-0, approved and sent to Gov. Baker a bill annually designating the first week in August as Ice Bucket Challenge Week to honor the contributions of Pete Frates and others who participate in raising funds and awareness to battle amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease). Frates in the Beverly resident who was diagnosed with ALS in 2012 and has inspired millions of people around the world to dump ice on their heads to raise awareness of the disease and raise money to fight it. The House approved the bill on a voice vote without a roll call. Supporters said that the ice bucket challenge has raised millions of dollars to help find a cure for ALS. They noted that designating a week as Ice Bucket Challenge Week will help publicize the event and lead to the raising of more money. (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

Yes

HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK’S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature’s job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of July 24-28, the House met for a total of seven hours and 24 minutes and the Senate met for a total of 11 hours and 36 minutes.

Mon. July 24 House 11:03 a.m. to 1:33 p.m. Tues. July 25 No House session Wed. July 26 House 11:01 a.m. to 5:09 p.m. Thurs. July 27 House 11:10 a.m. to 11:56 a.m. Fri. July 28 No House session

he Saugus Men’s Bowling League is looking for a few good men. We currently have 10 four-man teams and are looking to expand to as many as twelve teams. We bowl every Monday evening starting at 6:30 PM at the Wakefield Bowladrome on Water Street in Wakefield. We are generally finished bowling between 8:30-9:00PM. Our season starts the first Monday after Labor Day and usually runs to the end of April or early May. The cost of bowling is $16 per week which covers bowling, weekly prizes, annual prizes and a bowling banquet.

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In his message to the Legislature Baker said,“Passage of this package in its entirety, a set of changes supported by many stakeholders, is essential to the longterm sustainability of the MassHealth program and the state budget.”

Rep. Joseph McGonagle against Baker’s Plan

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$1,500 PROPERTY TAX REDUCTION FOR VETERAN VOLUNTEERS (S 2124) Senate 39-0, approved an amendment that would raise from $1,000 to $1,500 the amount of property tax reduction veterans can earn by doing volunteer work in their city or town which has opted into this program. Local cities and towns are not required to offer the volunteer program.

“At the Legislature’s request, the [Baker] administration presented lawmakers with a comprehensive package that ensures quality health care coverage for residents, addresses the health care safety net’s fiscal sustainability over time while protecting taxpayers from having to pick up the bill for more individuals’ health care, and the administration looks forward to continuing to work collaboratively on solutions,” Baker’s press secretary Lizzy Guyton said in a statement following the defeat.

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(A “Yes” vote is for the hike to $2,000. A “No” vote is against the hike.)

Some opponents said the Legislature just a few days ago held a hearing on these changes and argued more time is needed to consider strategies to control cost growth in MassHealth and the entire health care system. Others said the changes will kick 100,000 working parents off MassHealth in favor of more expensive insurance with less coverage.

House Ways and Means Chairman Rep. Jeffrey Sanchez (D-Boston) led the charge in the House to defeat the governor’s proposal. “We have to be really thoughtful about how we go about this because this is people’s lives that are at stake and we have to make sure we’re careful,” said Sanchez.

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irtually no one wants to bequeath and devise assets to their children only to subsequently find out that those hard-earned assets are later to be lost in a divorce. One way to deal with this possibility is to leave these assets to your children via a trust. A properly drafted trust is more about providing children flexibility and protection with the hope of not creating unmanageable limitations. Most people look to set up a trust that ends at some particular point in time, typically when a parent feels the child will be mature enough to handle money. In many cases, one third of the trust estate is distributed at age 25, another third at age 30 and a final third at age 35. Others prefer one half at age 30 and the remaining trust assets at age 35. Typically, upon the death of both parents, a child who is old enough and mature enough will be named a successor trustee to carry out the terms of the trust. If the child has not reached a certain age and a certain level of maturity, the parents will often appoint a third party trustee to administer the terms of the trust and to make distributions on behalf of the child such as for health expenses, educational expenses, housing expenses, etc. Parents are often concerned that if assets are distributed directly to children upon death, any one of the children could subsequently get divorced only to see those inherited assets become part of a divorce proceeding. Leaving assets to children via a trust does have the benefit of â&#x20AC;&#x153;spendthriftâ&#x20AC;? provisions designed to provide better protection to the children in the event of an ongoing divorce proceeding or prior to such a proceeding when things arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t going so well in the marriage. Consequently, depending on the particular family and all of its dynamics, a family trust could be drafted to last longer, long after a child reaches the age of say 35. This is another reason why in some situations, naming a third party trustee might be better than naming a child as trustee. If the child has discretion to make distributions to himself or herself upon the death of both parents, then a probate judge in a divorce proceeding might order the child to make such a distribution representing that childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s share of the parentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s estate, thereby bringing those assets into the divorce proceeding. Trusts can often be classified based upon their distribution provisions as being either support trusts or discretionary trusts. Each state varies in its interpretation of the trust terms. Discretionary trusts will tend to protect children in the event of a future divorce and the potential alimony and child support issues inherent in such a proceeding. A support trust may very well cause a problem for a child because the court may require the trustee to make a distribution from the trust in order to satisfy what the court believes to be a â&#x20AC;&#x153;supportâ&#x20AC;? obligation of the child, whether it be in the form of alimony or child support. Consequently, a pure â&#x20AC;&#x153;discretionaryâ&#x20AC;? trust would seem to offer the most protection in these situations with a third party trustee serving as opposed to a child (particularly the child that would most likely be the one to be involved in such a proceeding based upon facts and circumstances known to the parents at the time of the trust creation). A traditional â&#x20AC;&#x153;supportâ&#x20AC;? trust might not always be the way to go, as including language in such a trust that states that the childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;standard of livingâ&#x20AC;? is to be maintained, might somehow lead a court to interpret that language as equating to an obligation on the part of a trustee to make a distribution to a child in order to satisfy an alimony or child support obligation. This is in contrast to simply providing income or principal to the child in order that the child have sufficient assets in order to be able to pay for his or her own food, shelter, medical expenses, etc. In our litigious society, we all have to be very concerned with lawsuits originating from any source and the more protection contained in a trust (some may argue) the better, even at the expense of limiting childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s access to the trust assets for which the parents funded into trust for their benefit. In any event, it is important to make informed decisions. Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s right for one family is not necessarily right for another family. Different circumstances, beliefs and ideologies will surely result in different choices for each family. And in the end there are never any guarantees.

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At age 96, of Worcester, formerly of Everett on July 30th. Beloved wife of the late Domenic C. Ferrante. Loving mother of Richard J. Ferrante and his wife Ellen of Worcester as well as the late Robert J. Ferrante who is survived by his wife Susan Wells Ferrante of Marblehead. Loving sister of Pauline Giannelli as well as the late Francis Silverio. She is survived by her 6 beloved grandchildren, Mark, Jay, and Adam Ferrante, Shannon and Michael Dierks and Lauren Ferrante. She is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, great nieces & a great nephew. Funeral from the Salvatore Rocco and Sons Funeral Home, 331 Main St., Everett, on Friday, August 4. Her Funeral will occur at the Immaculate Conception Church, in Everett at 11 a.m., preceded by a wake service in the Funeral Home from 8:3010a.m. In lieu of flowers donations in Dorisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; memory may be made to

Of Saugus, formerly of Everett, age 68, July 31. Husband of the late Marie (Graziano) Giglio. Loving father of Joseph A. Giglio & his wife Rosalie, Anthony R. Giglio & his wife Roseline all of Saugus. Beloved grandfather of Sophia, Anthony J., Grace, Joseph I., Giovanni, Rosemarie & great-grandfather of Israel. Brother of the late Francine

Giglio. U.S. Navy Vietnam War veteran. Relatives & friends are invited to attend visiting hours in the Bisbee-Porcella Funeral Home, 549 Lincoln Ave., Saugus on Friday 4-8 p.m. Funeral from the funeral home on Saturday at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral mass at Immaculate Conception Church, 487 Broadway, Everett at 10 a.m. Entombment Holy Cross Mausoleum, Malden. Donations in Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name may be made to the charity of your choice. For directions & condolences www.BisbeePorcella.com.

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OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 16 Edward J. Anthony

At 93, of Everett passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family, Thursday July 27, 2017, in the Morton Hospital in Taunton. Edward was married for 64 years to the late Angelina Mary (Ragucci) Anthony of the Village section of Everett. Born in Chelsea, son of the late Norman James Anthony of MA and Vincenza Mary (Cardone) of Italy. He grew up in Malden, and graduated from Malden High School before enlisting in the U.S. Navy. Edward was a gunners first mate on the USS Riddle and served in WWII in the Pacific. He received many honors including the World War II Victory Medal, the American Theater Ribbon, the Philippine Liberation Ribbon One Star and the Asiatic-Pacific Ribbon Seven Stars. After serving in the Navy, he returned to marry Angelina Mary (Ragucci) and then joined the Everett Police Department. He received several commendations from the department before retiring after 32 years of serving and protecting the citizens of Everett. Edward enjoyed spending time with his family, stamp collecting, coin collecting and traveling. Edward is survived by his loving daughters, Rose Hauser and husband Robert of Everett and Norma Jane Anthony (Wong) of Taunton. Brother of Albert Anthony of CA and the late George An-

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Page 17 den. Interment was private. In lieu of flowers contributions in Edward’s memory to the Boston Children's Hospital, 25 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02215 or to the MSPCA 350 S Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02130 would be sincerely appreciated.

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DEVELOPER | FROM PAGE 2 clude potential features in the front and rear of the property, such as bistro seating and patio space, though it’s unclear what form such features will take in the final design. The plan will require zoning board approval. Density is an issue, as the 2.58 floor area ratio is over the allowed 1.5. There are also no parking units in the plan, and under current zoning, 46 spaces would be required. The zoning board will meet Monday, August 7 at City Hall.

SPEAKER | FROM PAGE 1 W. McGonagle as Vice Chairman of the Joint Committee on Housing. Rep. McGonagle, a Democrat, is serving his second term in the House of Representatives. “I’m very proud and also very humbled by this appointment,” Rep. McGonagle said. “The Speaker has shown great faith and confidence as a second-term member. Housing is one of the critical issues facing state government today and is the single most important issue that my constituents of Everett raise. I am excited for the opportunity and look forward to the challenge.” In addition to his new duty as Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on Housing, Rep. McGonagle also serves on the powerful Joint Committee on Ways and Means, the Joint Committee on Transportation, the Joint Committee on Elder Affairs, and the Joint Committee on Election Laws. McGonagle began his career in public service in 2002. He has served on the Everett Common Council and the Board of Aldermen. During his time as an Alderman, he was twice elected as President of the Board. You can contact Rep. McGonagle as the State House at (617) 722-2400 or visit him at the Connolly Center on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.

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E V E R E T T R E A L E S TAT E T R A N S A C T I O N S BUYER1

BUYER2

Rives, Sydney

SELLER2

ADDRESS

CITY

33 Sammet St

Everett

MA

2149

13.07.2017

$420 000,00

9 Gilmore St

Everett

MA

2149

14.07.2017

$650 000,00

87 Bradford St

Everett

MA

2149

10.07.2017

$397 500,00

Snow, Kara Fioretino, Rosemarie Cardello, Susan E

30 Forest Ave #30

Everett

MA

2149

10.07.2017

$260 000,00

33 Lewis St

Everett

MA

2149

10.07.2017

$515 000,00

24 Cottage St

Everett

MA

2149

11.07.2017

$545 000,00

Russo, Linda A Charbonnier, Kathleen E

30 Chelsea St #707

Everett

MA

2149

14.07.2017

$280 000,00

140 Irving St

Everett

MA

2149

14.07.2017

$435 000,00

Clay, Frances C

Almog, Erez Maharjan, Buddha

SELLER1 Todisco, Joseph

Maharjan, Keshari

Sarnie, Cynthia

Khadka, Suman Snow, William A

DeOliveira, Felicio

DeOliveira, Silvia

Fioretino, Angelo F

Kaur, Manjit

Singh, Amarjit

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Rumma, Rowza T

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DATE

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Aejaz, Eyhab

Khan, Areeb

Charbonnier, Edward

Fikru, Dereju

Limenh, Tigist

DCD Group LLC

181 Nichols St

Everett

MA

2149

14.07.2017

$615 000,00

Ung, Meng

Everett City Of

18 Griswold St

Everett

MA

2149

13.07.2017

$300 000,00

Anjos, Fabiano

Jarvinen, Kenneth J

138 Dartmouth St

Everett

MA

2149

11.07.2017

$350 000,00

Denardo, Gaetano

Denardo, Antonio

Denardo, Judy

84 Elsie St

Everett

MA

2149

14.07.2017

$240 000,00

Hernandez, Isaias J

Singh, Avtar

Kaur, Rupinder

63 Adams Ave

Everett

MA

2149

14.07.2017

$415 000,00

29 Thurman St

Everett

MA

2149

13.07.2017

$510 000,00

1 Moreland Pl

Everett

MA

2149

11.07.2017

$480 000,00

Murcia-Lemus, Bernabe E Khadka, Arogya

Murcia, Jose

Larrame, Joseph O Morais-Custodio, Diego

Alvarado-Custodio, Dulce


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OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 17

WORK WANTED

Florence M. (Colella) Grugnale

ELDERLY CARE

At age 92, of Everett on July 30. Beloved wife of the late William Grugnale Sr. Loving mother of William Grugnale Jr., Christine Laing and Steven Grugnale. She is survived by her beloved grandchildren, Michael, Matthew, Stacy, Scott, Paul, and the late Mark and Ricky; and great grandchildren, Katelyn, Victoria, Peter and John Henry. Loving sister of Jeanette Palmierillo. Funeral was held from the Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Home, Everett, on Wednesday, August 2. Funeral Mass at the Grace Episcopal Church, Everett. Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. Rocco-Carr-Henderson FH

Frank Micozzi Retired Everett Firefighter Of Plymouth, formerly of Everett, July 29. Beloved husband of Carmela (Yebba) Micozzi. Devoted father of Maria Micozzi-Huck of Boynton Beach, FL, Debra Micozzi-Plambeck and her husband James of Plymouth. Step-father of Thomas B. Wiley, and the late Doreen C. Ashton and Sheila Wiley. Loving grandfather of five. Loving great grandfather of one. Brother of the late Nello, Nella, and Nicola Micozzi, Maria Micozzi-Baer, and Joseph Micozzi. Survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Funeral was held from the Dello Russo Funeral Home, Medford on Thursday, August 3, followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated in Immaculate Conception Church, Everett. Services concluded with burial at Puritan Lawn Memorial Park, Peabody. Visiting hours Wednesday 4 8 PM. Retired Everett Firefighter and Army Veteran of the Korean War. To leave a message of condolence visit www.dellorusso.net. Dello Russo Family Funeral Homes

Susan S. (Snell) Mauro At 48, of Townsend formerly of Everett, died Sunday, July 30, in the Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston. She leaves her husband of 22 years John M. Mauro of Townsend; a daughter, Meredith Mauro of Townsend; her parents, William and Allison (Barber) Snell of Indian Rocks Beach, FL; a brother, William Snell and his wife Paula and their daughter Ashley of Austin, TX and a sister, Julie Snell O’Loughlin and her husband John and their daughter, Hailey of Jacksonville, FL. A graveside service will be held on Friday, August 4, at 11 AM at the Cathedral of the Pines Cemetery, 10 Hale Hill Rd, Rindge, NH. There are no calling hours. The T.J. Anderson and Son Funeral Home, 250 Main St., Townsend, is assisting the family with the funeral arrangements. www.andersonfuneral.com. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts, 1040 MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, MA 01247.

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1. How many litters do squirrels have each year? 2. On Aug. 4, 1922, a minute of silence was observed by 13 million North American telephones in honor of whose funeral? 3. What does the French au poivre mean? 4. What does the English Channel connect? 5. The Pacific Princess was the setting for what TV series? 6. Which U.S. president first rode in an airplane? 7. What is the name of the band whose “farewell concert appearance” was billed as “The Last Waltz”? 8. On a golf hole, what is one stroke over par called? 9. On Aug. 6, 1774, “Mother Ann” Lee arrived from England to found what community? 10. What comedian said, “I don’t get no respect”? (Hint: initials RD.) 11. What song, originally recorded by Miriam Makeba in Zulu, did the

Weavers make into a hit? 12. On what TV show did Sgt. Wojohowicz say, “Another outburst like this and I’m gonna handcuff your lips together”? 13. On Aug. 7, 1959, the Explorer VI created the first photographs of what? 14. Which country has won five World Cups? 15. What is the most visited art museum in the United States? 16. What N.E. city is the only U.S. state capital without a McDonald’s? 17. What Bay Stater wrote, “If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain”? 18. On Aug. 8, 1883, who was the first U.S. president to officially visit the Indians of the West? (Hint: initials CA.) 19. What female golf star was Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year in 1987? 20. Who was known as the “Mambo King”?

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