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School dept., contractor ready Annual National Night Out Big Success to resolve Hill School problems By Sara Brown uperintendent of Schools Dr. Dianne Kelly said problems at the Hill School are finally getting resolved. Kelly said at the July 25 School Committee meeting that the contractor finally seems to be willing to work with the school department on these issues. Since the school opened three years ago on Park Avenue, it has been dealing with problems with the Heating, Ventilation and AirConditioning (HVAC) system. However, Kelly said the AC now appears to be working properly. “It is now functioning,� she said. The school is still having problems with the heating system portion of the HVAC. Kelly said they’re working with the contractor to develop an extended warranty for them to take care of any issues over a period of time. They are still negotiating on what that time length should be. “For a while it may have seemed like our problems were falling on deaf ears,� said Kelly. “We do feel the contractor is working with us on these

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issues.â€? Kelly said the problem could be worse. “I do not want to say the problems are not serious, because we have invested a lot of time and money into the school,â€? she said. “But the issues have not prevented us from having school on any day. We deserve a state-of-the-art, best job possible and that is what we are working towards to make sure we get.â€? Mayor Brian Arrigo said they have been working very hard to make sure the school is the best it can be. “We have beaten them up a lot privately,â€? said Arrigo about the contractor. “They have turned a corner with their willingness to work with us.â€? Update on GarďŹ eld School roof work In other news, work on the Garfield School roof continues throughout the summer and will most likely continue when school starts again in the fall. However, Kelly said it will only be minor details at that point. “It will not be intrusive for the school,â€? she said. “It will not impede student progress.â€?

Councillor concerned over pedestrian safety at Overlook By Sara Brown ard 6 Councillor Charlie Patch wants to put a pedestrian signal on Salem Street at Overlook Ridge. Patch requested the crossing signal at the City Council’s July 24 public safety subcommittee meeting, saying he has received many emails from residents at Overlook Ridge about the dangerous intersection. “There is a bus stop there and when people get off the bus, they often go into the street to cross as cars are coming their way. It is a traffic safety problem at the crossing,� he said. Patch said he has been trying for years to get something done in that neighborhood and he thinks his third attempt in the form of a motion will do the trick.

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FAMILY FUN: Pictured enjoying their treats on Tuesday evening, from left to right, are James Rose with Ava, Sadie and Danny Patch at the National Night Out at the West Revere School Complex on Tuesday. The event was sponsored by the City of Revere, the Police & Fire depts. and Revere Recreation. (Advocate photo by Ross Scabin)

New restaurant coming to Wonderland Marketplace By Sara Brown new restaurant, Hook & Reel, to be located at 151 VFW Parkway, has requested an all liquor license from the license commission at their July 19 meeting. The manager, Liyu Lin, has owned several restaurants in the northeast ranging from New York, New Jersey and Maryland. This will be his first restaurant in Massachusetts.

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MassHousing and Mayor announce $1,500 closing cost credit to help working families achieve the benefit of homeownership MassHousing initiative for low- and moderate-income homebuyers is offered from July-September assHousing and Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo have announced a limited-time, $1,500 closing cost credit for low- and moderate-income

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MassHousing Executive Director Tim Sullivan. “We are advancing MassHousing’s longstanding commitment to providing affordable, conventional mortgage finance to Massachusetts residents.” “Revere is proud to support this program, which helps connect working families to the dream of homeownership,” said Mayor Brian Arrigo. Many homebuyers are having a difficult time navigating the current Massachusetts housing market, where demand has exceeded supply. MassHousing has designed

this new closing cost credit to be as simple and user-friendly as possible for the Agency’s 170 approved lenders, realtors and homebuyers. For borrowers of modest means, the $1,500 closing cost credit delivers added affordability to their home purchase. Borrowers will receive the credit at closing, with no strings attached, no hidden fees and no payback requirements. For more information about the $1,500 closing cost credit please visit www.masshousing.com or contact a MassHousing-approved lender.

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Teens, law enforcement join for Basketball Tournament Mayors Coalition hosts event to combat youth crime, prevent gang violence in Metro Boston OMERVILLE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Law enforcement officials, youth services workers and local teens will join together for the Annual Shannon Grant Basketball Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 5, in a show of solidarity among youths and those who fight for their safety. Cambridge, Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Quincy, Revere, Somerville and Winthrop will send teams to a five-onfive tournament hosted by the Metropolitan Mayors Coalition (MMC) as a way to celebrate a safe summer in 2017, and kick off the coming school year. MMC, which is facilitated by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), is a col-

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in part by the Charles E. Shannon, Jr. Community Safety Initiative, a state grant program supported by the Legislature and the Governor that promotes a regional approach to addressing youth and gang violence throughout Massachusetts. Shannon funds provide resources to support prevention and enforcement in the battle against youth- and gang-related crime. The Metro Mayors Shannon Grant Community Safety Initiative includes community partners such as Teen Empowerment in Somerville and Roca in Chelsea. These groups use the funding to support programs offering at-risk and

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Live racing continues at Suffolk Downs on Saturday and Sunday uffolk Downs will host the second of three scheduled live racing and food truck festival weekends this Saturday and Sunday, August 5-6. The $75,000 Drumtop Stakes will highlight the supersized 15-race card on Saturday. Longtime Suffolk Downs-based trainers Jay Bernardini, William Sienkewicz and Bobby Raymond as well as prominent national outfits, including Christophe Clement, Ken McPeek and Steve Klesaris, entered for the weekend’s races. The $75,000 Drumtop Stakes is a one-mile turf race restricted to three-yearold fillies. The black-type race has drawn a field of seven, including multiple stakes winner Dynatail for trainer Michael Dini. The Drumtop Stakes is race 13. In addition to the Drumtop Stakes, Saturday’s card will include seven turf races. “We appreciate the support of the Massachusetts Legislature and its leadership for the recent extension of the racing and simulcast laws in the Commonwealth,” said Chip Tuttle, the Chief Operating Officer at Suffolk Downs. “Tom Creel and our racing department did a spectacular job filling the races and putting together such a competitive weekend of racing, and we are looking forward to putting on a good show for the local racing fans.” On Sunday, there will be three stakes races restricted to horses foaled in Massachusetts: the Louise Kimball Stakes, the Last Dance Stakes and the First Episode Stakes. Each offers a purse

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of $50,000 and is a showcase for the Massachusetts thoroughbred breeding industry. The Last Dance Stakes will feature a matchup between Dr. Blarney – undefeated in five local stakes races – and numerous-state-bred stakes winner Worth the Worry, who won the 2015 edition of the Last Dance Stakes. The Louise Kimball Stakes will be run as an exhibition race as an addition to the program at 11:30 a.m. There will be many familiar faces taking part in the opening card, including popular local jockeys David Amiss, the leading rider at Suffolk Downs in 2014, and Tammi Piermarini, the third most winning female jockey in history. Post time for the 15-race card is at 12:35 p.m. and gates open at 11:00 a.m. In addition to live racing, the track will be hosting a food truck festival featuring food trucks from a variety of local vendors, craft beer, live music and family fun activities for the whole family. Live racing will continue on Sunday with 14 races. Also on Sunday, Suffolk Downs will be hosting a National Horseplayers Championship (NHC)–qualifying handicapping tournament which will offer two guaranteed seats to the NHC in Las Vegas in February. The first live racing and food truck festival weekend of the year was held in July and drew an average of over 9,000 fans to the track each day. For more information, visit www.suffolkdowns.com.

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Revere Lodge of Elks #1171 Donates to Taft Street Fire Victims Fund The Revere Lodge of Elks donated $1,000 to the Taft Street Fire Victims Fund to help get them on their feet, after suffering personal losses in the recent fire.

Exalted Ruler Ken Buckley is shown with families, friends and elected officials after presenting the check. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello) Revere Elks Exalted Ruler Ken Buckley is shown with Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna, Mayor Brian Arrigo and city councillors Arthur Guinasso, Steve Morabito, John Powers and Charlie Patch, school committeewoman Carol Tye, members of the Beachmont Improvement Assoc. and its president Kathleen Heiser in support of fire victims Gerson, Jonathan, Renee, and Allison Lainez, and John Frautten, III.

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Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen 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.

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this is people’s lives that are at stake and we have to make sure we’re careful,” said Sanchez. “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. Rep. Robert DeLeo Voted against Baker’s Plan Rep. RoseLee Vincent Voted against Baker’s Plan Sen. Joseph Boncore 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 cit-

ies and towns whether to offer these tax breaks because the breaks are not state-mandated. They noted the reductions will be good for countless lowincome 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. Joseph Boncore Yes $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. 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.

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Revere Fire Department Local 926 Annual Volleyball Tournament to Benefit MDA evere Fire Department Local 926 has sponsored a volleyball tournament on Revere Beach for several years, and has always been a success. This year’s was no exception, only in the fact of a much bigger crowd of supporters both on the sand and on the wall. President of 926 and the host Kevin O’Hara does a great job, covering all aspects of the tournament. Gathering donations and getting teams together and working out a schedule is no light task. A special thanks to Bill Ash’s Lounge on the beach, Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo and Mayor Brian Arrigo for their continued support of this great cause, instilling fellowship between surrounding cities and raising funds for a wonderful cause.

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Team Potus, sponsored by Speaker Bob DeLeo (left) shown with RFD Local 926 President Kevin O’Hara.

Members of the Revere Fire and and Police Departments enjoyed a great game for a great cause at the annual volleyball tournament to benefit MDA.

Mayor Brian Arrigo (right) and Joseph are shown with RFD FF and Local 926 President Kevin O’Hara.

Revere Fire Chief Chris Bright (right) and President of Local 926 Kevin O’Hara (center) are shown with some of their brother firefighters on Revere Beach last Saturday morning.

Members of Everett Fire Dept joined in the tournament

Revere Police Team 163 has been supporting this event since the beginning.

Mayor Brian Arrigo (right) and Joseph are shown with members of the Revere Fire Department team and Local 926 President Kevin O’Hara

Team Arrigo ready to hit the sand.

(Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)


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BEACON | from page 8 (A “Yes” vote is for the hike to $2,000. A “No” vote is against the hike.) Sen. Joseph Boncore No $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

THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, August 4, 2017 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. 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.

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

ularly 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 2428, 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. Senate 11:07 a.m. to 1:31 p.m.

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 reg-

Tues. July 25 No House session No Senate session Wed. July 26 House 11:01 a.m. to 5:09 p.m. Senate 1:05 p.m. to 5:04 p.m. Thurs. July 27 House 11:10 a.m. to 11:56 a.m. Senate 11:15 a.m. to 4:28 p.m. Fri. July 28 No House session No Senate session

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August greetings, friends, and welcome to the Beach City BUZZ. Today we’re having fun with words. Yes, I am a writer (although some would argue that point), so I love anything to do with grammar and to me, it’s F-U-N. Come play along. Palindromes – words and phrases that are spelled alike, backwards and forwards. Check these out: kayak; tons o’ snot; race car; now I won; we sew; boob; won’t it now; level; campus motto – bottoms up, Mac; Name not one man; top spot; a nut for a jar of tuna; Ma has a ham; bursitis rub; rotator; civic; pot top; noon; Was it a cat I saw?; wontons; not now; Oh, no! Don Ho!; sex at noon taxes; too hot to hoot; Lager, sir, is regal; evil olive – and my favorite: a toyota’s a toyota … Now for some funny anagrams – these are words which, when you mix up all the letters, spell out some similar and often humorous definitions: Mother-in-law: woman Hitler; the earthquakes: that queer shake; conversation: voices rant on; debit card: bad credit; slot machines: cash lost in ’em; the eyes: they see; schoolmaster: the classroom; dormitory: dirty room; the Morse code: here come dots; snooze alarms: Alas! No more Zs; a decimal point: I’m a dot in place; astronomer: moon starer; the hurricanes: these churn air … Finally, here’s a cute little verse cautioning us about the many reasons not to rely on our computer’s spell checker: Eye halve a spelling chequer, It came with my pea sea, It plainly marks for my revue, Miss Steaks I kin knot sea. Eye strike a quay and type a word, And weight four it two say, Weather aye am wrong oar write, It shows me strait a weigh. As soon as a mist ache is maid, It nose bee for two long, And I can put the error rite. Its rarely ever wrong. Aye have run this poem write threw it. Eye am shore yore pleased too no, Its letter perfect in it’s weigh. My chequer tolled me sew … That’s enough fun for won day. Here’s the BUZZ: Revere’s Broadway Block Party, which was originally being held on July 29, has been rescheduled for August 20 from 12:00-4:00 p.m. Mark your calendars and plan to attend and support small businesses in the area of Broadway and Park Avenue. New signage will be unveiled and there’s live entertainment beginning at 1:00 p.m., as well as a photo booth, demonstrations and more. For info, contact Dimple Rana at DRana@Revere. org … Ran-dumb thoughts: I’ve got so little money these days, I can only afford a shortterm memory foam pillow; you know you’re old when you go to bed at the same time you used to go out; yesterday I spent 25 minutes in my dentist’s waiting room practicing lies about how often I floss; kids of today’s generation are so allergic to everything that future wars will be fought by throwing peanuts and cat hair at each other; you know it’s time for a pedicure when you can exfoliate one foot with the other … We’re delighted to hear that Row, Row, Row in Revere to support autism awareness will be taking place on Saturday, August 19. Sign-ups are at the Marina at the Wharf Restaurant (by August 6), with an awards ceremony and party after the race, prizes, raffles, DJ/music and lots of fun for everyone. Opening ceremony and race begin at 7:15 a.m. For more info, call 617-610-6366 or visit their FaceBook page, Row row row in Revere. Donations may also be made at the Wharf Restaurant. Thank you to all who are doing this for kids and their families in the Beach City. Proceeds will benefit those who are in need of services, such as interventions and therapies that are not always covered by insurance. So many families today face the challenges associated with autism. Our own BUZZ family knows firsthand, and we cannot give enough praise and credit to the people who are supporting these kids and their loved ones. Help if you can, donate or just be there to say thanks and cheer everyone on … The Revere Recreation Dept. is heading to Six Flags in Springfield for their Friday Field Trip on August 12, and you’re invited! Lunch will be provided, kids under 12 must be accompanied by an adult chaperone, and Coach bus transportation will be provided. It’s $55 per person, and the trip is from 8:00 a.m. til 9:00 p.m. for an entire day of fun. Call 781286-8190 or visit www.revererec.org for more info … Breaking news! It was just announced that yet another black widow spider was found in a bag of grapes from the supermarket. Well, that settles it for me – another great reason not to be a vegetarian. Serves you right for trying to eat healthy. You never find spiders in a package of bacon! … That’s it for the BUZZ, BUZZers. Do whatever makes your heart sing, and remember: Be careful when you blindly follow the masses. Sometimes the “M” is silent … This week’s SMILEMAKERS: Diane Hanley, Lisa Mignosa, Gabriella DeLorenzo, Richard Anderson, Anthony Alba, Melissa Diaz, Marie Nichols, David Leary, Tong Shen, Robert Geary, Julie Lania, Jean Ellswoth, Danielle Fortuna, Jim Mosca, Jeff Gotham, Mary Feeley, Nick Stevens, Jill Morris, Julius Quintana and Sal DeAngelis … Here’s the CHUCKLE (from one of our favorite BUZZettes, Ann Onymous): After 10 years of marriage, the wife starts to think their kid looks kind of strange. So she decides to do a DNA test. She is totally astounded when she finds out that the kid is actually from completely different parents. Wife: “Honey, I have something very serious to tell you.” Husband: “What’s up?” Wife: “According to the DNA test results, this is not our child!” Husband: “Well, don’t you remember? When we were leaving the hospital, we noticed that our baby had pooped. You said, ‘Please go change the baby, I’ll wait for you here.’ So I went inside, left the dirty one there and got a clean one.” Moral: Never give a man a job that doesn’t belong to him … Got comments? Jokes? News? Suggestions? Want to congratulate someone on their anniversary, birthday, baby or divorce? Is your group running a fundraiser, meeting, yard sale or event? This is International Clown Week. Funny we should know that, but we’re not joking. Don’t be a Bozo … It would be a nice jester if you would send your BUZZbits to AndreaRevere@aol.com and read it in The Revere Advocate!

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THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, August 4, 2017

2017 National Night Out at Curtis Pa

Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky (center) with Thomas and Denise Griffin, Steven A. and Steven J. Bohn, Allie Esposito, and Kathy Kelley enjoying National Night Out at Curtis Park.

Retired RPD Lt. Carl Borgioli, Safety Officer Gerald Salvati, Patrolman Michael Dercolo, Sgt. Chris Giannino, and retired US Marshal Dennis Moschella.

Neighborhood Watch members Paul Cheever, Kathleen Callahan Officer Gerard Salvati, with some happy Revere children.

Chuckie and David Patch with proud dad, Councillor Charlie Patch, Danielle and Sofia Visconti, Marie Fronduto, Sabrina Visconti, and School Committeewoman Susan Gravellese.

Revere firefighter Michael Conley, Jr., Joe Singer, Revere Rec. Director Michael Hinojosa, Caleb Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Addario, Christopher Carmichael, and Isabella Goulart, Councillor Arthur Guinasso, State Sen. Joe Boncore, and Councillor-at-Large Jessica Giannino.


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Ken Bien-Aime, Mary LoRusso, Lorenzo Clark, and Ricmyr Stcyr Revere Rec. volunteers Gianni Hill, Charlie Giuffrida, Richie Poliof the Suffolk County Sheriff ’s Department gnone, Adriana Borriello, and Daniel Murphy.

Little Enrique Valerio takes a break from making bubbles.

Kevin Tabares, Camilo Perez, Juan Pablo Chica Chavarria, candidate for city councillor Wayne Rose, Daniel Espinosa, Santiago Es- Joann White with Natalia, Alex, and Jessica Menjivar of the Sufpinosa, and Stephen Smith enjoy National Night Out. folk County Sheriff ’s Office. Audrianna Grace Lewis enjoys the festivities

State Senator Joseph Boncore, Police Chief Hassna and Aya Yahyaoui hav- James Guido, and Suffolk County DA Daning fun. iel F. Conley

Gabriella Servaino and Ally Hinojosa of Revere Parks & Recreation with Mayor Brian Arrigo Lily Belschner with Jessica Haggerty

(Advocate photos by Ross Scabin)


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Bocce on Revere Beach Hosted by the Rumney Marsh Burial Ground Committee and the City of Revere Low tide on Revere Beach is the obvious time for bocce on the beach. The annual event hosted 144 players in four-member teams to benefit the Rumney Marsh Burial Grounds. The funds are used to keep the historical burial ground in Revere in top shape and ready to greet the many visitors to the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most historical site.

Pamela Anderson and Ell Baker helped register the teams and sell 50/50 raffle tickets, and a bunch of other tasks making the event a success.

Committee members Jeff Pearlman, Bob Upton, Councillor Ira Novoselsky, Elle Baker, Pamela Anderson, Nick Bua and Bill Reedy.

Classic cars of all kinds for everyoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s taste were on display on Revere Beach. Team Boncore, Luigi Natale, Senator Joe Boncore, Joe Silvestri and Kathy Young.

In Second Place, Paul Levassuer, Matthew Magee, John Keough and Christopher Polsi.

The judges kept their eyes on the field.

Candidate for Revere School Committee, Al Terminiello Jr. (left) was behind the grill for the ninth year, cooking for this event. Terminiello was visited by his friend, Speaker of the House, Bob DeLeo. DeLeo is a supporter of all Revere events for great causes, this one especially.

In First Place, the Bocce Kings. Anthony Bellia, Lou Piazza, Joe Bellia, Domenic (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello) Bellia and Gianni Bellia.


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Viceâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Commodore Jay Bolton (right) with his team from the Point of Pines Yacht Club.

Team Guinasso, headed by Ward 3 Councillor Arthur Guinasso.

Third Place, Pastor Rolan DeLoach, Rose Gaffin, Jerry Lodge and Angela Squitieri.

Team Arrigo, Mayor Brian Arrigo and his team are shown at the Revere Beach Historical Clock prior to the beginning of the tournament.

The Revere Society of Cultural and Historical Preservation (RSCHP) was on hand on Revere Beach to enjoy the day and raise funds to preserve the Rumney Marsh Burial Ground.


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The Nutritionist Corner

Wake up to Breakfast by Jim Miller

Finding Help for Seniors Addicted to Opioids Dear Savvy Senior, I’m worried about my 72-year-old mother who has been taking the opioid medication Vicodin for her hip and back pain for more than a year. I fear she’s becoming addicted to the drug but I don’t know what to do. Concerned Daughter

By Anna Tourkakis, Nutritionist e have all heard that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” and studies suggest there is truth to that claim. Making breakfast a priority every morning is well worth the effort. And it’s simpler than you think. While we sleep the body uses its stored energy as it goes into a fasting state. Breakfast is our chance to replenish nutrients after a night’s sleep and kick start the metabolism (metabolism refers to all the chemical processes by which nutrients are used to support life). National Health And Nutrition Surveys have identified specific nutrients many of us do not get enough of: vitamin A, D, E and C, as well as folate, calcium, magnesium, fiber and potassium. A breakfast consisting of wholesome food can help us get more of these vital nutrients. Breakfast does not need to be eaten immediately after arising. The ideal time to consume breakfast is up to two hours after waking. Take five to ten minutes in the morning and enjoy a healthy breakfast and be ready for the day ahead. If time is tight, take breakfast on the road, or prepare it the night before. Pick up a healthy option low on fat, sugar and salt if eating outside the home. Choosing nutrient rich foods is key. Tips for choosing healthy options: An adequate breakfast

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Dear Concerned, The opioid epidemic is a national problem that is hitting people of all ages, including millions of older Americans. Here’s what you should know and do to help your mother. Poached egg on English muffin with avocado and hearty oatmeal with apples are just two ideas of breakfast meals that can be prepared ahead to give your day a nutritious edge.

should be made from at least three food groups. Fruits, vegetables, grains, proteins and dairy all have their place at the breakfast table as long as they are from healthy food sources. Here are some examples. - a bowl of low sugar cereal (not more that 6 g per serving) with milk and sprinkled with dried fruits and nuts. - English muffin with chunky peanut butter - Two egg omelet with veggies, made the night before - Overnight oatmeal – combine all ingredients in a slow cooker and plug in right before going to bed and wake up to hearty warm oatmeal - Poached egg and English muffin sandwich with avocado, made the night before. A nutrient rich breakfast

gives your body and your day a healthy edge by supplying nutrients for staying healthy and energy to get the most from your day’s work. Wake up to breakfast and energize your day. Learn more about healthy eating. Bring Eating From Within to your workplace! Contact me to learn more about my corporate wellness programs. Anna Tourkakis is a nutritionist, author and founder of Eating From Within Nutrition. She provides nutrition advisory services and healthy eating programs to companies and individuals to help clients manage health conditions and maintain healthy eating lifestyles. Anna can be reached at anna@eatingfromwithin.com T. 781 334-8752; www.eatingfromwithin.com

The Cause The main reason opioid addiction has become such a problem for people over age 50 is because over the past two decades, opioids have become a commonly prescribed (and often overprescribed) medication by doctors for all different types of pain like arthritis, cancer, neurological diseases and other illnesses that become more common in later life. Nearly one-third of all Medicare patients – almost 12 million people – were prescribed opioid painkillers by their physicians in 2015. That same year, 2.7 million Americans over age 50 abused painkillers. Taken as directed, opioids can manage pain effectively when used for a short amount of time. But with long-term use, people need to be screened and monitored because around 5 percent of those treated will develop an addiction disorder and abuse the drugs. Signs of Addiction Your mother may be addicted to opioids if she can’t stop herself from taking the drug, and her tolerance continues to go up. She may also be addicted if she keeps using opioids without her doctor’s consent, even if it’s causing her

problems with her health, money, family or friends. If you think your mom’s addicted, ask her to see a doctor for an evaluation. Go to the family or prescribing physician, or find a specialist through the American Society of Addiction Medicine (see ASAM.org) or the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP. org). It’s also important to be positive and encouraging. Addiction is a medical matter, not a character flaw. Repeated use of opioids actually changes the brain. Treatments Tre a t m e n t fo r o p i o i d addiction is different for each person, but the main goal is to help your mom stop using the drug and avoid using it again in the future. To help her stop using the drug, her doctor can prescribe certain medicines to help relieve her withdrawal symptoms and control her cravings. These medicines include methadone (often used to treat heroin addiction), buprenorphine, and naltrexone. After detox, behavioral treatments such as individual counseling, group or family counseling, and cognitive therapy can help her learn how to manage depression, avoid the drug, deal with cravings, and heal damaged relationships. For assistance, call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration confidential help line at 800-662-4357, or see SAMHSA.gov. They can connect you with treatment services in your state that can help your mom. Also, if you find that your mom has a doctor who prescribes opioids in excess or without legitimate reason, you should report him or her to your state medical board, which licenses physicians. For contact information visit FSMB.org.

Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior. org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book.


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va & mammograms The VA Women Veterans Health Program has adopted guidelines published by the American Cancer Society regarding mammograms. The guidelines apply to women at average risk for breast cancer and in adopting the guidelines the VA will now give women Veterans the choice to receive breast cancer screenings starting at age 40. In addition to adopting this recommended guideline the VA has established a breast cancer registry to provide patient-specific information about breast cancer screening, treatment and test results. At present 76% of women Veterans ages 40 to 49 who are enrolled in the VA health care system receive mammograms through the VA. Adopting this guideline is a further step by the VA in improving health care for women Veterans who comprise an ever growing part of the military. Be sure to discuss this adopted guideline with your physician. Thank you for your service.

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Mayor thanks community for Taft St. Relief Fundraiser To the editor: I would like to express my appreciation to those who supported the Taft St. Relief Fundraiser this past Sunday. First and foremost, thank you to the Revere Elks, exalted ruler Kenneth Buckley, and secretary Laura Smith for generously donating the hall and $1,000. Thank you to Luigiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pizzeria and Maekha Thai, two Revere establishments that donated food for the event.

Thanks to the Beachmont Improvement Committee for donating $250 as a group. Thank you also to the elected officials who attended Sunday â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fundraiser â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Councillors Jessica Giannino, Steve Morabito, Joanne McKenna, Ira Novoselsky, Arthur Guinasso, Patrick Keefe, and Charlie Patch, as well as School Committee Member Carol Tye. Last but not least, thank you to everyone who either at-

tended the event or has donated to the Taft St. Relief Fund. We are still collecting donations until Monday, August 7 before we will distribute the funds to those affected, so please consider contributing with a cash or check made out to City of Revere/Taft St. Relief Fund at either the Mayorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office or any Peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s United Bank location. Sincerely, Brian Arrigo Mayor

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REVERE ARRESTS Monday, July 17 Georgio M. Serrano, 24, of 44 Morris St., Revere, was charged with assault with a

dangerous weapon and with intimidation of a witness. Denise R. Ortiz-Perez, 32, of East Boston, was charged with operating after license

or right to operate suspended.

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Thursday, July 20 Andrew Saad Santana, 21, of Malden, was charged with speeding and with failure to stop for police. Emerson Marroquin-Ortega, 18, of East Boston, was charged with motor vehicle lights violation, with operating under the influence of liquor, with negligent operation of a motor vehicle and with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Michael-Angelo Nicastro, 29, of 416 Mountain Ave., Revere, was charged with failure to stop/yield and with operating a motor vehicle with suspended or revoked license.

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Revere Beach Pkwy., Revere, was charged with possession of a Class B drug, subsequent offense. Jessica Joyce Bishop, 36, of Methuen, was charged with shoplifting by concealing merchandise. Jennifer M. Spinelli, 28, of 11 Bay Rd., Revere, was charged with two arrest warrants.

Saturday, July 22 Victor M. Ruiz, 39, of Chelsea, was charged with operating after license or right to operate suspended and with being a Habitual Traffic Offender. Jacob L. Blumenthal, 30, of Deering, N.H., was charged with shoplifting $100+ by asportation. A 17-year-old juvenile was charged with receiving stolen property (over $250). Katrina R. Hable, 37, of Medford, was charged with operating an uninsured motor vehicle and with operating an unregistered motor vehicle/trailer. Edgar Andres Arenas, 36, of Somerville, was charged with an arrest warrant from other jurisdiction.

ARRESTS | SEE PAGE 20

Public Hearing Notice: Cable Television Public Ascertainment Hearing Mayor Brian Arrigo, as statutory Issuing Authority for the City of Revere, will conduct a public ascertainment hearing on Wednesday, August 9, 2017, at 5:00 PM in the City Council Chambers at the Revere City Hall, 281 Broadway, Revere, MA. The purpose of the hearing will be to review the performance of the cable television operator in Revere, Comcast, during its current license term and to hear testimony on future cable-related needs and interests of the Revere community. ,QWHUHVWHGSDUWLHVDUHHQFRXUDJHGWRDWWHQGDQGRŕľľHU testimony on any cable-related matters. Any applications and reports to be considered at the hearing are available for public inspection at the Revere City Hall during regular business hours and for reproduction at a reasonable fee. For more information on the public hearing, please FDOOWKH0D\RUÂśV2ŕľśFHDW  

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band Anthony, Kristin Gomes and her husband Alex, Sheri Lalicata and Robert Filadoro. Great grandmother of Gianna, Adrianna, Robbie, Tyler, Anthony, Jaxson, Ava, Vincent, Jr. and Easton. Sister of Antoinetta Balliro and the late Mary, Florence, Mafalda, Emma, Paul and Chris. Services held at the Donovan-Aufiero Funeral Home, Cambridge on Tuesday, August 1, followed by a Rite of Christian Burial in the Sacred Heart Church, Cambridge. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Kaplan Family Hospice House, 78 Liberty St., Danvers or Alzheimer’s Association, 309 Waverly Oaks Road, Waltham, donovanaufierofuneralhome.com.

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22 FREEMAN AVENUE Everett, MA - $330,000

NEWLY LISTED

WITH HEAT AND ELECTRIC INCLUDED! CALL NORMA FOR MORE DETAILS.

SOLD BY SANDY AS BUYERS AGENT!

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SOLD BY MARIA!

20 GATEWAY LANE Lynn, MA

SOLD BY DENISE AS BUYERS AGENT!

474 REVERE BEACH BOULEVARD - Revere, MA

3 LAUREL STREET Malden, MA - $475,000

Joe DiNuzzo - Broker Associate

Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent

Denise Matarazzo - Agent

Sandy Juliano - Broker

Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent

RENTED!

NEWLY LISTED

APARTMENT FOR RENT

6 OFFICE RENTALS

THREE BEDROOM

$1900/ MONTH CALL NORMA FOR MORE DETAILS.

PRICES RANGE FROM

$336 -> $819

Open Daily From 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149

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