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School Committee Chair Lester MacLaughlin presents the Rotary Valedictorian Award, a Citizen Watch, to Valedictorian Conor Rachlin at the Class of 2017 graduation ceremony at Veterans Memorial Stadium Wednesday night. Rachlin will attend Princeton, while the Salutatorian, Angoori Rana (pictured inside) will attend Cornell. Congratulations to every one of the 500 of the graduating Class of 2017 seniors! See more photos inside on pages 16 & 17. (Advocate photo by Ross Scabin)

Committee unanimously recommends mayor’s budget “as presented” mayor’s $227,389,677 FY18 budget out to the full counIt took them seven hours cil with no changes or cuts. Councillors inter viewed to do it, but the City Council’s Budget Committee vot- all of the city’s department ed unanimously on Saturday to favorably recommend the

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BUDGET | SEE PAGE 5


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Senate 38-0, approved an amendment earmarking $500,000 of existing funding for youth at-risk programs utilizing an evidence-based positive youth development model, including programs that serve lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth. Amendment supporters said this funding will help improve the lives of many youths who still face discrimination, violence and bullying. They noted these teens have a high suicide rate. (A ÂŤYesÂť vote is for the amendment).

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Sen. Sal DiDomenico THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators’ votes on roll calls from late May sessions. There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. $100,000 FOR STUDYING EARLY EDUCATION AND CARE WORKFORCE (S 3) Senate 38-0, approved an amendment providing $100,000 for a study by UMass Boston of the early education and care workforce. Amendment supporters said this will help develop a plan to attract new and retain existing early education and care workers who are underpaid but are crucial to our children’s education. (A Yes vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

Yes

EPINEPHRINE BULK PURCHASE PROGRAM (S 3) Senate 38-0, approved an amendment creating a Municipal Epinephrine Bulk Purchase Program that will allow cities and towns to save money on their purchase of epinephrine for municipal first responders agencies and schools. Epinephrine is a drug that treats life-threatening allergic reactions caused by a variety of things including an insect bite or sting, food, medication and latex. Amendment supporters said the cost of a pair of life-saving EpiPens has skyrocketed from $100 in 2006 to $608 in 2017. They noted that this price gouging by the maker Mylan has made the EpiPen unaffordable to many people who need them and has sadly resulted in deaths. They argued that banding together and bulk-purchasing allows the government to negotiate with the manufacturer to get the lowest price. (A ÂŤYesÂť vote is for the amendment.)

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$1 MILLION FOR EMERGENCY FOOD ASSISTANCE (S 3) Senate 37-0, approved an amendment increasing funding for the Massachusetts Emergency Food Assistance Program (MEFAP) by $1 million (from $16.5 million to $17.5 million). MEFAP provides quality and healthy foods and locally grown fresh produce to a statewide network of over 800 emergency food providers who distribute the food to low-income families. Amendment supporters said this program, established in 1995, has fed hundreds of thousands of people. They said that projected federal government rollback of protections for the state’s neediest requires the state to step up and make up the shortfall. (A Yes vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

Yes

$2 MILLION FOR LEGAL SERVICES FOR INDIGENT (S 3) Senate 38-0, approved an increase of $2 million (from $18 million to $20 million) in funding for the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation (MLAC). The MLAC provides legal representation for indigent and disadvantaged residents. Amendment supporters said these services ensure equal access to the justice system for thousands of belowpoverty level Massachusetts residents including accused criminals, the poor, seniors, battered women, tenants and Medicaid recipients. (A ÂŤYesÂť vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Sal DiDomenico

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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 May 29-June 2, the House met for a total of two hours and 42 minutes and the Senate met for a total of two hours and 28 minutes. Mon. May 29 No House session No Senate session Tues. May 30 House 11:03 a.m. to 11:16 a.m. Senate 11:06 a.m. to 11:10 a.m. Wed. May 31 No House session No Senate session Thurs. June 1 House 11:00 a.m. to 1:29 p.m. Senate 11:08 a.m. to 1:32 p.m.

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Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at bob@beaconhillrollcall.com


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Governor Baker tours Wynn Resorts’ construction site

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Councillor-at-Large Wayne Matewsky 86 Lewis St., Everett 617-389-5106

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Dear neighbors, Over the last several weeks, our neighborhoods have seen a dramatic increase in planes arriving and departing Logan Airport. The noise levels are unacceptable for health and quality of life issues to our families and property. Please take the time to call the complaint line at 617-561-3333 and voice your concerns. It only takes a few moments. The warmer weather is returning and we should be able to enjoy our homes this summer! Thank you for your time. n Thursday, June 1, Governor Charlie Baker toured the Wynn Boston Harbor casino construction site along with Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Wynn

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Boston Harbor President Robert DeSalvio, State Senator Sal DiDomenico, State Representative Joseph McGonagle and members of the Wynn Resorts

team. The $2.4 billion casinoresort is the largest private, single-phase development in the

BAKER | SEE PAGE 18

Respectfully, Wayne Matewsky PLEASE NOTE: You can call more than once a day and every day that plane noise disturbs you. Also tell a neighbor to call!

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Why I’m fighting on Beacon Hill for our schools By Sen. Sal DiDomenico esidents of Gateway Cities throughout the Commonwealth have probably heard quite a bit about how their schools are facing dire budget gaps due to a change in the way the state counts low-income students. This has been an ongoing issue for over two years now, and I have received many questions from concerned parents and constituents who are confused as to how this problem began and what we can do to remedy the situation. In 2015, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) began the process of changing how it calculated low-income or “economically disadvantaged” students. The number of economically disadvantaged students plays a key role in the Chapter 70

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formula that determines the amount of funding school districts receive from the state. Previously, parents completed a form to determine whether their child was eligible for free or reduced lunch, and DESE used that information to calculate how many students were considered economically disadvantaged. Now, only students who are registered for social welfare programs like SNAP and Medicaid are categorized as economically disadvantaged. This new methodology from the Baker Administration misses thousands of additional lowincome students, because it fails to take into account the economically disadvantaged students who are not accessing social services. These students are often immigrants, homeless children, or students who are simply not enrolled in social programs. As a result, many of the communities who need the most help from the state are faced with significant financial gaps. My communities of Everett and Chelsea are two of the school districts that have been hit the hardest, and this issue has been at the forefront of my priorities since the counting change was first proposed over two years ago. As soon as my office was made aware of the situation, we began working directly with DESE to reach a solution. Long before the Governor submitted last year’s budget proposal, my office was leading the charge in the Legislature to reach a compromise with DESE to ensure that all low-income students would be counted by the state. I met personally with administration officials and convened a meeting with several superintendents and DESE

at the State House to stress this serious issue. Despite the many assurances we received from them, the promises made by the Administration went unfulfilled, and DESE chose to move forward with their formula change. In response, as Vice Chair of Senate Ways & Means, I brought the Joint Committee on Ways & Means Education Hearing to Everett High School last year, where I made it clear to Administration officials that their methodology change was crushing our most financially challenged school districts with massive budget cuts and was harming the education of thousands of the Commonwealth’s most vulnerable students. I worked tirelessly last budget cycle to secure additional funding that would hold the negatively impacted municipalities harmless and helped to reach a one-year stopgap that allowed school districts to choose whichever method of counting low-income students worked best for their community. As a result of this temporary solution, many school districts were saved from imminent teacher layoffs and cuts to major programs, and we were able to buy ourselves additional time to reach a permanent solution. Over the course of the past year, I have continued to be a staunch advocate for not just Everett and Chelsea, but all of the negatively impacted communities, and I have been fighting to reach a long-term solution that benefits every school district in the Commonwealth. However, even with this additional time, DESE still has not been able to reach a long-term solution.

SCHOOLS | SEE PAGE 18


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BUDGET | FROM PAGE 1 heads in a marathon sevenhour hearing in the Council Chambers on Saturday morning, and while individual councillors had some quibbles, nothing appeared to strike the council as controversial or extravagant. If anything, councillors were more likely to question why the mayor had asked so little for certain line items – particularly if it went against the initial requests of a department head. This is partially because the mayor ’s FY18 budget lacks some of the big new programs or major positions that previous budgets have featured, focusing instead on strengthening existing services as the city enters a transitional period financially while it awaits the mitigation money from Wynn Resorts to begin arriving in a couple years. “ The city is doing great financially. However, from an appropriations standpoint, the city’s challenges are in Fiscal 18 and Fiscal 19, until the community host agreement [with Wynn Boston Harbor] fully kicks in,” said the city’s Chief Financial Officer, Eric Demas. “So this is a year in which it’s more challeng-

ing to expand what we’re currently offering. The increases in the appropriations we tried to focus on actual services that the residences were receiving: police, fire, public safety and so on.” It is unlikely, though possible, that the full council will make cuts to the budget after the committee’s recommendation. Attempts to cut the budget before the full council have failed in recent years, in part due to a feeling that making cuts while department heads are not present during the committee hearing to defend the line items as they are would be unjust. Under the proposed budget, the cit y would lev y $100,371,904 in proper ty taxes, leaving an excess tax capacity of just under $9 million below the city’s levy limit of $109,258,479. The city levied $98,197,960 under the FY17 budget. The remainder of the budget will be funded through other revenue sources. The city is anticipating that it will receive $10,279,000 in local receipts, $73,500,817 in state aid, $18,127,319 in Enterprise Fund Revenue and

$14,500,000 from “other financing sources.” City expenses under the proposed budget total at $56,586,185 comprise the following: • General government expenses: $6,951,286 • Public Safety: $31,989,717 • City Services: $11,839,271 • Human Services: $3,797,492 • Libraries and Recreation: $2,008,419 The School Department foundation budget is $92,101,035, though after subtracting charge-backs to the city for shared expenses and adding $4,600,000 for special education transportation, the true total School Department budget comes to $74,685,290. The City also has fixed costs totaling $51,688,898, comprised of the following: • Retirement assessment: $14, 431,080 • Employee insurance: $20,853,473 • Federal Insurance Contributions (FICA): $1,415,294 • Employee injuries: $702,000 • Property and liability insurance: $1,626,563 • Debt service: $12,660,488 The full council will consider the FY18 budget at their next regular meeting on Monday, June 12.

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to ‘Help the Homeless’ helps us realize that we are all the same, and it’s all about helping each other.” Cummings writes and per-

forms in English, Spanish, and Portuguese with equal facility. He has blended them into a new style of music that defies most regular descriptions not rap, rock, pop, or world, but actually a rich mix all of them rolled into a fresh new sound he calls, The Boston Beat. Big D feels it's more inclusive and representative of the people in New England, most specifically the Boston area. After working in the industry for many years, he kept running into industry people who kept telling him what he “had to be” in order to be a success. In response to what he perceived to be stereotyping in the music industry and many people telling him he had to sound just like others to get public attention, Big D has chosen instead to buck the trends and open Boston’s newest record label, BTF Entertainment LLC, a company whose primary objectives are to show the world the richness and depth of the entertainment arts here in New England and also to promote that local talent wherever it can and to try and show people that no matter what race, religion, sex, or age you are, “we all have music in our hearts”.


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Lifetime Everett resident Gloria Keane celebrates 90th Birthday

opular Everett resident Gloria Keane recently celebrated her 90th birthday with friends and family at the 8/10 Bar & Grille. Gloria has spent her entire life helping others. She was a teaching assistant in the Everett Public Schools, worked with special needs children through the Everett Elks and, even at 90 years old, assists with the Mystic Valley Food Bank at Whittier Drive. Many members of the Everett City Council were on hand to help Gloria celebrate her big day and she was presented with citations from local and state dignitaries.

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Parlin Library presents 17 in 17 author event – the Brass sisters ayor Carlo DeMaria and the Parlin Memorial Library would like M to invite residents to another 17 in 17 author event – with Sheila and Marilynn Brass, authors of “Heirloom Cooking with the Brass Sisters” and “Heirloom Baking with the Brass Sisters.” This program will take place at the Parlin Library on Thursday, June 8 at 7 p.m. Over the years, the sisters have collected handwritten recipes from their family, friends and even yard sales. In their latest book, they have written down culinary history handed down through the generations, with many interesting stories attached from the 1880s to present time. “One of the nicest ways to spend time with the family is over a wonderful cooked meal. The Brass sisters combine history, culinary arts and family recipes for families to share and enjoy,” Mayor DeMaria said. “I invite all residents to attend this interesting event.” This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Everett Libraries. Attendees are welcome to bring their own family recipes to share with Sheila and Marilynn! There will also be copies of the Brass sisters’ cookbooks for purchase and autographing.

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DiDomenico and Senate colleagues pass Fiscal Year 2018 budget S

enator Sal DiDomenico and his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate on May

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the targeted investments we made in our children and families, which are the first of many steps the Senate will take to put all Massachusetts kids on a path to success. I now look forward to working with our colleagues in the House to craft a final compromise budget that continues moving our Commonwealth forward.” The hallmark of this year’s Senate budget is its emphasis on “sustaining our common wealth” by focusing on the fundamentals: education, health and well-being, and housing. The Senate Kids First initiative, which was led by Senator DiDomenico, plays a key role in this budget and in fulfilling the goals of this year’s budget

theme. In line with the Senate’s Kids First framework to invest in our children, the budget directs funding to high quality education for everyone, from children at birth to adults making midlife career transitions: · $15.1M to expand access to high quality preschool for low income 4 year olds · $10M to boost salaries for early educators · $7.5M for the Safe and Successful Youth Initiative and $7M for youth anti-violence Shannon Grants · $3.7M for afterschool and out-of-school programs to support students who need more time and specialized attention · $545.1M for community colleges and state universities and $534.5M for the University of Massachusetts The budget also includes the following: · $2.6M for pediatric palliative care, which would fully eliminate the waitlist for these services for terminally ill children · $480M for mental health support services for adults and children This year’s Senate budget

STATE | SEE PAGE 11


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New Pulmonary Rehabilitation service at CHA Everett Hospital ambridge Health Alliance (CHA), an academic community health system serving Cambridge, Somerville and Boston’s metro-north region, opened a new outpatient Pulmonary Rehabilitation service on May 30 at CHA Everett Hospital. This service helps patients with chronic lung conditions, like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), breathe easier. COPD is an inflammatory lung disease that obstructs airflow in the lungs. Symptoms include breathing difficulty, coughing and wheezing. It’s caused by long-term exposure to irritating gases or particulate matter, often from cigarette smoke. Alex White, MD, CHA’s Chief of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine, noted that “people with chronic lung conditions like COPD often struggle to breathe despite taking the right medications. As a result, they have reduced quality of life and many have trouble doing simple tasks like walking, dressing, bathing and shopping.� The new service is staffed by respiratory therapists, exercise physiologists and pulmonary medicine physicians. With more than 2,200 square feet, it includes an exercise room with treadmills, stationary cycles and other equipment. It also has a learning space for group activities. Patients who join the program come to CHA Everett Hospital two afternoons a week for 12 weeks. Activities promote more effective breathing, including training on medication use, breathing techniques and oxygen use. The program also incorporates exercise, yoga, relaxation and mindfulness. “Much of our work is done in a group setting,� explained Shamima Mather, RRT. “This

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FEATURED SPEAKER TIM KELLEY entertains the students and their guests. Mr. Kelley has been a meteorologist with NECN since the station’s launch in 1992. His keen intuition and strong grasp of diverse meteorological tools have translated over the years into the delivery of consistently accurate weathercasts.

Everett High School seniors and Distrigas Scholarship recipients Lindsey Burns and Christopher Boucher are pictured with, from left, Superintendent Frederick F. Foresteire and Assistant Superintendents Kevin Shaw and Charles Obremski.

Distrigas Honors Three Everett Seniors with $5,000 Scholarships 16 Local Students Honored for their Award-Winning Science Fair Projects

Whittier School students and Science Fair winners Aroshi Rahnuma and Mimi Le are pictured with, from left, ENGIE Accounting Manager Joseph Marullo, Communications Manager Carol Churchill, and Assistant Superintendent Kevin Shaw.

Everett High students and Science Fair winners Emmanuel Aybar and Manuel Dominguez are pictured with, from left, ENGIE Accounting Manager Joseph Marullo, Communications Manager Carol Churchill, and Assistant Superintendent Charles Obremski.

Everett High students and Science Fair winners Christopher Boucher, Jason Cardinale, and Anthony Amico are pictured with, from left, ENGIE Accounting Manager Joseph Marullo, Communications Manager Carol Churchill, and Assistant Superintendent Charles Obremski.

Seated, from left: Distrigas Communications Manager Carol Churchill, Assistant Superintendent Charles Obremski, Superintendent Frederick F. Foresteire, and Curriculum Director Janice Gauthier. Standing, from left: Assistant Superintendent Kevin Shaw, NECN meteorologist Tim Kelley, and School Committee member Allen Panarese.

Distrigas of Massachusetts LLC recently honored 18 students, primarily from Everett, and also Lexington, Medford and Somerville, for their academic success CPFQWVUVCPFKPIYQTMKPVJGƂGNF of science. Students, along with their families, school administrators, and teachers, were recognized at an Awards Dinner held in their honor at the New England Aquarium in Boston. Distrigas has been sponsoring the local scholarship program and science fair competition for well over 30 years. “Given the importance of science and innovation to our energy business, we believe it’s important to support and recognize students who show drive, creativity, and a commitment to science,” said Carol Churchill, Manager of Communications for Distrigas. “The students we’re honoring have shown initiative, academic achievement, and an interest in understanding the world around them.” Distrigas awarded $5,000 scholarships to three students – Lindsey Burns and Christopher Boucher of Everett High School and Sharice Nazaire of Pope John XXIII High School in Everett. These students are graduating seniors who have impressive records of academic achievement and extracurricular involvement. In addition, Distrigas awardGFRTK\GUCPFQTEGTVKƂECVGUQH achievement to the following students for their outstanding student science fair projects: REGION IV STATE SCIENCE (#+49+00'45| 1st Place Winner – Imane Bouzit of Pioneer Charter School

of Science II 2nd Place Winner – Vivek Gopalakrishnan of Lexington High School Honorable Mention Winner – Christopher Boucher of Everett High School EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS 1st Place Winners -- Team Anthony Amico and Jason Cardinale tied with Christopher Boucher 2nd Place Winner – Daniella Alverez 3rd Place Winner – Tracy To Region IV Team -- Emmanuel Aybar, Manuel Dominguez, and Francisco Roca EVERETT MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS 1st Place Winner – Team Mimi Le and Aroshi Rahnuma from the Whittier School 2nd Place Winner – Christian Pineda-Gutierrez from the Parlin School 3rd Place Winner – Team Landon Le and Huy Tran from the Keverian School “Distrigas wishes all the students continued success, and applauds their initiative and impressive achievements,” continued Churchill. Distrigas of Massachusetts LLC owns and operates an LNG receiving terminal in Everett, Mass., which began operations in 1971 and currently serves most of the natural gas utilities in New England. Distrigas is part of ENGIE North America, Inc., which manages a range of energy businesses in the United States and Canada. For more information, please visit www.engie-na.com, @ENGIENorthAm, and www.engie.com.

Parlin School student and Science Fair winner Christian Pineda-Gutierrez are pictured with, from left, ENGIE Accounting Manager Joseph Marullo, Communications Manager Carol Churchill, and Assistant Superintendent Kevin Shaw.


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STATE | from page 8 also enhances the Commonwealth’s partnerships with cities and towns through numerous funding streams, including $1.06 billion in local aid for municipal investments in education, public safety, road, bridges and health care. Additionally, for the sixth year in a row, the FY18 budget fully funds the Special Education Circuit Breaker at $293.7M, reimbursing school districts for the high costs of educating students with disabilities. The budget also includes $4.76B in Chapter 70 education funding, allowing for a minimum increase of $30 per pupil aid, 85% effort reduction, and steps to implement the Foundation Budget Review Commission’s recommendations to more adequately fund school districts across the state. The budget also makes targeted investments to promote self-sufficiency among families and create opportunities for people to develop the skills they need to compete in the workforce and boost our economy: · $30.8M for adult basic education services · $20M for civil legal aid services for low income people · $17.6M for the emergency food assistance program · $14.6M for the Department of Transitional Assistance Employment Services Program to help people move toward economic independence and selfsufficiency · $12.5M for summer jobs and work-readiness training for atrisk youth · $4M for the Workforce Competitiveness Trust Fund · $2.5M for Small Business Technical Assistance grants The budget continues the Senate’s strong partnership with municipalities in directing significant investment to local aid and community services: · $16.5M for the Massachusetts Cultural Council to support the statewide creative economy and local arts and culture · $14.2M for local Councils on Aging to strengthen programs and services in senior centers As Vice Chair of the Senate Ways and Means Committee, Senator DiDomenico ensured that vital initiatives were included in the Senate budget and secured an additional $370K in funding for the Everett community. The local funding secured by Senator DiDomenico includes the following: · $50K for an ADA-compliant swing for Glendale Park in Everett · $70K for the Keverian School Tot Lot · $75K to increase access to Office Based Opioid Treatment (OPOT) services in Everett through Cambridge Health

Alliance (CHA) · $100K for Everett’s 125th Anniversary Celebration · $75K for a youth case worker to combat youth violence in Everett The City of Everett received also received over $72.8M in Chapter 70 and Unrestricted General Government Aid funding: · $65,981,996 in Chapter 70 funding · $6,901,697 in Unrestricted General Government Aid A Conference Committee will now work out the differences between the Senate budget and the version passed by the House of Representatives in April. Senator DiDomenico is one of six members of the Legislature appointed to the Conference Committee. Fiscal Year 2018 begins on July 1, 2017.

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ERA Millennium Real Estate of Everett congratulates Soldano on becoming a Massachusetts Licensed Real Estate Broker ina S. Soldano, a realtor with ERA Millennium Real Estate, after completing the education requirement and passing the national and state exam required by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, has obtained her Real Estate Broker’s License. “Gina is continuously expanding her knowledge and expertise in an effort to provide the best opportunities and services to her clients. We are happy that Gina is part of the ERA Millennium family – now as a Broker / Associate,” said Pat Roberto, Broker

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/ President. “Whether you are buying or selling a home, it is my job as a professional to make it as easy a transition as possible. Knowledge, experience and professional standing make a difference and works toward your advantage. As always, I look forward to working with the Greater Boston North Shore Community in all of their real estate needs,” said Soldano. You may contact Gina via Phone: (857)272-4270 Email: Gina.Soldano@era. com

Gina Soldano Website: gsoldanorealtor. com ERA Millennium Real Estate 291 Ferry St, Everett, MA 02149


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FUN-damental Basketball Camp open to boys and girls in the local area he annual FUN-damental Basketball Camp, open to boys and girls in the local area, will be held from July 24-July 28 at the Immaculate Conception Parish Center, which is located at 59 Summer St. in Everett. The camp will be held between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. for boys and girls entering grades 3 thru 9 as of September 2017. The cost of the camp is $100. Tony Ferullo, boys’ varsity basketball coach at Mystic Valley Regional Charter

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School in Malden, will be the camp director. The purpose of the camp is as follows: · To provide all campers with the fundamental tools to help them become better basketball players; · To create a positive atmosphere where the camper will learn and have fun at the same time; and · To instill the spirit of the game into all campers, and inspire them to continue playing the game either competitively or just for fun.

Each camper – who will receive a t-shirt, certificate and medal – will participate in various drills, scrimmages and individual contests. Special guests will speak and share their personal basketball tips. An awards ceremony will take place on the last day of the camp, and parents and friends are welcome to attend. For more information about the FUN-damental Basketball Camp, please contact Camp Director Tony Ferullo: 857-312-7002 or tferullo@suffolk.edu.

City of Everett looking for poll workers his year’s elections are quickly approaching, and the City of Everett is looking for poll workers. There will be training in August, but in order to be a poll worker there are a few things to know: • You must be a registered voter in Massachusetts; • You must be willing and able to go to any precinct given to you; and • You must assure that the election laws of the state are followed. On Election Day, the poll worker must report to the polling place by 6:30 a.m. and remain until after the polls close at 8:00 p.m. The current pay for

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Wardens is $200; $180 for Deputy Wardens and Clerks; and $160 for Inspectors. If you work on Election Day, you will receive $25 for a training session. Mayor DeMaria said, “It is critical to our democracy to have fair and transparent elections from the local level to the federal level. Poll workers are instrumental to ensuring everyone’s right to vote. I ask our residents to strongly consider becoming a poll worker this election season.” If you have any questions, please call the Election Commission office at 617.394.2296, or stop by Room #34 at Everett City Hall for an application.

Mayor reminds residents of deadline to order Rain Barrels Mayor Carlo DeMaria would like to remind all residents that the deadline for ordering rain barrels is Saturday, June 10, in order to have the barrels delivered at City Hall on June 17. The Rain Barrel Program is part of the mayor’s efforts to reduce storm water runoff, save residents money and conser ve drinking water. Mayor DeMaria stated, “I hope residents will take advantage of this great program. Not only will you save money by conserving drinking water, but you will be helping the environment at the same time.” The rain barrels will arrive with simple instructions for fast and easy installation. · Special price for City residents: $69.00 · Deadline for ordering: Saturday, June 10, 5:00 p.m. · Barrel pick up: Saturday, June 17 at Everett City Hall Parking Lot, 484 Broadway To order a rain barrel and take advantage of this community program, please visit: http://cityofeverett.com/625/Rain-Barrels. For more information, please contact Rachel Kelley at 617-394-5004 or Suzanne Gebelein at 800251-2352.


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EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTATION NIGHT Amerino J. “Moodyâ€? Sarno Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Robert Fialli Anette Cadet Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Lince Acloque and Ricardo Germain Angelo & “Buddyâ€? DiMott Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Gerell Boyce Antonio and Caterina DeVito Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Stephen Reynolds Aramark Corporation Hospitality Scholarship Recipients: Phillip Arloro, Alexander Aspell, Diana Concannon, and Quinlan Sullivan Arnold Plotnick Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Gianna Casaletto Arthur H. MacKinnon Scholarship Recipient: Christopher Jenkins Berberian Scholarship Recipients: Aroub Alananzeh and Ariele DaCunha Brian R. Glinner Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Bryan Bessler and Marc Faia Brittany Ann Scalesse Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Samantha Uga Carmen A. Schiavo Associates Scholarship Recipient: Samantha Uga Carmine M. Roselli Good Citizenship Award Recipient: Dinah Isabella Torres G. Craig Roselli Latin Award Recipient: Iris Munoz Zuniga Christopher Daniel Brienza , EHS Class of 2012 Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Anthony Amico Daniel Joseph Hanlon Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Jonathan Kayumba DiDomenico Foundation Scholarship Recipients: Fernando Barbosa and Ludi Gonzalez Duarte Disabled Veterans Camp Corp., Janet Connolly O’Neill Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Dinah Isabella Torres Distrigas Science Scholarship Award Recipients: Christopher Boucher and Lindsey Burns Drama Club Scholarship Recipients: Fernando Barbosa and Tori Grassa Dr. Peter and Donna Masucci and the Joint Committee for Children’s Health Care in Everett Scholarship Recipients: Diana Concannon and Hailey Powers Echeverria Family Scholarship Recipient: Nicolas Colantonio Edward Leo Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Christopher Jenkins Elizabeth McNeil Scholarship Fund Recipient: Sabrina Moreta Eric Christopher Poto Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Hien Le and Quinlan Sullivan Everett Backman Scholarship Recipient: Brianna Gutierrez Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner Scholarship Recipients: Eric Bowdridge and Hailey Powers Everett Emblem Club #32 Scholarship, in Memory of Carmela Vetrano Recipient: Erin Fauci Ă›iĂ€iĂŒĂŒÂˆĂ€iw}Â…ĂŒiĂ€Ăƒ1˜ˆœ˜Ć‚ÂœV>Â?ÂŁ{ĂŽ Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Kyle Fennelly and Iris Munoz Zuniga Everett High School Class of 1966 Scholarship Recipients: Wilnise Alicin and Brianna Noel-Jeune Everett High School Culinary Arts Scholarship Recipients: Kennedi Dos Ries RIveiro, William Gonzales, Ajja Jeannot, Geral Rivera Miranda, and Lucas Rosa Everett High School Golden Graduate Scholarship Recipients: Rafaela DeOliveira, Marc Faia, Amanda Fernandes, Mariah Matos, Brian Portillo, Obed Posada, Arlind Shehu, Quinlan Sullivan, and Hailey Warren Everett High School PTO Scholarship Recipients: Anthony Amico, Erin Fauci, Angelly Peralta Valenzuela, Sarah Tavares, Emanuella Santos, and Stephen Reynolds Ă›iĂ€iĂŒĂŒ˜`iÂŤi˜`iÂ˜ĂŒ iĂœĂƒÂŤ>ÂŤiĂ€-VÂ…ÂœÂ?>Ă€ĂƒÂ…ÂˆÂŤ Recipients: Danny Dang, Larissa DeOliveira Costa, Kyle Fennelly, and Lisa Quang Everett Police Betterment Association Award Recipient: Joseph LaMonica Ă›iĂ€iĂŒĂŒ*ÂœÂ?ˆVi-Ă•ÂŤiĂ€ÂˆÂœĂ€"vwViĂ€ĂƒÂ˝Ć‚Ăœ>Ă€` Recipient: Sabrina Moreta Everett Public Schools Custodians Scholarship Recipients: Taarah Duc and Andrew Macor Sentner Everett Teachers’ Association Scholarship Recipients: Isaiah Aridou, Lindsey Burns, Danika Cherisol, Diana Concannon, Emma Covelle, Marc Faia, Erin Fauci, Robert Fialli, Tori Grassa, Bogumila Polska, Evan Senibaldi, and Quinlan Sullivan Everett Veteran Firemen’s Association Scholarship Recipients: Diana Concannon, Erin Fauci, and Sarah Meninger Ă€>˜Ž°>ĂžÂœ] Â?>ĂƒĂƒÂœv£™x{]iÂ“ÂœĂ€Âˆ>Â?-VÂ…ÂœÂ?>Ă€ĂƒÂ…ÂˆÂŤ Recipients: Anthony Amico and Quinlan Sullivan Jean Mayo Harrington, Class of 1960, Scholarship Recipients: Lindsey Burns and Erin Fauci Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick Scholarship Recipients: Norma Estrada and Prajaya Manandhar


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EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTATION NIGHT Futures Special Education Scholarship Recipients: Nicolas Colantonio,Tori Grassa, and Bogumila Polska George “Lefty” Summers Scholarship Recipients: Fernando Barbosa, Timothy Ewing, and Conor Rachlin George W. and Mary Clay Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Kelly Truong Angela Mastrocola Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Joseph LaMonica Ferdinando & Lena Navarro/John & Lena Cardello Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Hailey Powers Ciro R. Yannaco Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Nyomi Dottin Antonelli Family Scholarship Recipient: Emma Covelle Berardino Family Scholarship Recipient: Samantha Uga Berardino Italian Honor Society Scholarship Recipient: Joseph Krentzman Bono Family Scholarship Recipient: Sara Witkus Cataldo Family Scholarship Recipient: Kyle Patterson Everett Chamber of Commerce Carmin J. Mercadante Scholarship Recipient: Lisa Quang Everett Co-operative Bank Scholarship Recipient: Angoori Rana Jack Supino Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Adrian Velasquez Michael A. Juliano Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Anthony Marino Stephanie DeSesa Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Lindsey Burns Sully Family Scholarship Recipient: Brian Bessler Supino Family Scholarship Recipient: Anthony Amico Frederick and Joanna M. Cafasso Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Vincent Vu Salvatore and Grace Rocco Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Robert Fialli Alfredo P. Donato Marine Corps Scholarship Recipient: Lucas Rosa Anthony DeInnocentis Marine Corps Scholarship Recipient: Jack Calascibetta Mastrocola Family Marine Corps Scholarship Recipient: Nahomie Vasquez Jack & Marie Lee and Fonzo Family Scholarship Recipients: Tyra Lynn Bairos, Nyomi Dottin, Tori Grasso, and Adrian Velasquez Jennifer Gianocostas Fund, Inc. Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Diana Concannon, Samantha Uga, and Sara Witkus Joey LoRusso Memorial Fund Scholarship Recipient: Erin Fauci Joseph Arthur Curnane Jr. Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Christopher Boucher, Nicolas Colantonio,Tricia Garcia Flores, Charles Cantone, and Jose Cefalo Joseph “Bob” Cardello Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Kelly Reyes Aguilar Joseph B. Harris and Eileen H. Harris Memorial Scholarship Award Recipient: Ryan Snook Joseph Fisher Memorial Scholarship by the Everett Credit Union Recipients: Ariel Alexander Duarte and Manal Riadi Joseph (Joey) Rainone, Forever 22, Memorial Scholarship, by the EHS Class of 1989 Recipients: Diana Concannon, Robert Fialli, Joseph LaMonica, and Samantha Uga Jostens Award Recipient: Lisa Quang Keverian School PTO Scholarship Recipients: William Barrett, Danielle Burge, Sarah Cordova-Khan, Tori Grassa, Joseph Krentzman, Richardson LaForest, Joseph LaMonica, Anthony Marino, Mouhamodou Ndiaye, Alex Nguyen, Brianna Noel-Jeune, Arlind Shehu, and Quinlan Sullivan Kiwanis Club Award Recipients: Bryan Bessler, Robert Fialli, Alisa Nguyen, and Quinlan Sullivan Kiwanis Club of Everett Award Culinary Award Recipient: Erin Fauci Kiwanis Club of Everett / Dr. Sidney S. Listernick Scholarship Award Recipient: Debora Matthias Kiwanis Club of Everett / Frank E. Woodward Scholarship Award Recipient: Angoori Rana Kiwanis Club of Everett /Wynn Scholarship Award Recipients: Anthony Amico and Samantha Uga Lafayette School PTO Scholarship Recipients: Lindsey Burns, Michelle Correale, Emma Covelle, Erin Fauci, Robert Fialli, Angoori Rana, and .QWKU5VCHƂGTK Lawrence Harvard Davis Leadership Award Recipient: Kelly Truong Leonard F. Piazza Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Anthony Amico, Bryan Bessler, Diana Concannon, Emma Covelle, and Samuel Hurley Louis M. Ponderoso Scholarship Fund, Class of 1956 Recipients: 1st place — Kacey Romulus 2nd place — Chadwick Jean Mary Louise McGuinness Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Tricia Garcia Flores Lt. David B. Manning Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Jordan Moran and Wafaa Sadry


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EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTATION NIGHT Lydia A. Cheever Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Diana Concannon Madeline English School PTO Scholarship Recipients: Phillip Arloro, Allison Carmona, Walchris Nicolas, and Dinah Isabella Torres Madeline “Maddy” English Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Dakota Politano Maria Michela Schettini-D’Onofrio Scholarship Recipient: Sara Witkus Marie C. Stewart Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Erin Fauci and Ashley S. Nogueira Marie & Victor DeRubeis Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Robert Fialli Mary and Phineas Tobe Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Emma Covelle, Brianna Gutierrez, Alex Nguyen, Angoori Rana, and Tracy To Memorial Gift, Everett High School Class of 1978 Scholarship Recipients: Michelle Correale and Erin Fauci , Michael Strianese Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Lindsey Burns and Angoori Rana Mildred Maged Khan Memorial Scholarship, EHS Class of 1941 Recipient: Gerrell Boyce Owen McGonagle Scholarship, Class of 1960 Recipient: Nicolas Colantonio Parlin School PTO Scholarship Recipients: Carlos Bonilla and Kallyta DeAssis Paul Maged Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Fernando Barbosa Principal’s Student Achievement Award Recipient: Alanna Eller Raymond W. Dunbrack Outstanding Lineman Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Duval Paul Robie A. MacLaughlin Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Larissa DeOliveira Costa and Brennan Moore Rose & Leone D’Assisi Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Jenny Pimenta and Quinlan Sullivan C. E. Clarke and Charles DeRoo Rotary Award Recipient: Lindsey Burns Harry B. (Buddy) Coholan Memorial Culinary Scholarship Award Recipient: Ludi Gonzalez Duarte Rotary Club of Everett Scholarship Recipients: Nicolas Colantonio, Marc Faia, Robert Fialli, Gilberto Herrera, Hailey Powers, Angoori Rana, and Samatha Uga Saugus - Everett Lodge of Elks # 642 Scholarship Recipients: Nicolas Colantonio and Angoori Rana Superintendent of Schools Frederick F. Foresteire Scholarship Recipients: Marc Faia and Tayla Nestor Victor A. Pisacreta Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Christopher Boucher and Victor Odiwuor Walter & Evelyn Cardillo Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Marc Faia Walter D. & Janet L. Shaw Memorial Scholarship Recipient: Sidney Peloquin Wegmans Food Market Scholarship Recipient: Jennifer Chavez Umana Culinary Recipient: Geral Rivera Miranda Whittier School PTO Ellen J. Sullivan Scholarship Recipient: Brianna Gutierrez Whittier School PTO James J. Mangraviti Scholarship Recipient: Gilberto Herrera Calderon William Anzivino Memorial Scholarship Recipient: William Barrett Jr. Zonta Club of Chelsea Scholarship Recipient: Giselle Lemus Tejada

HONOR MEDAL RECIPIENTS SENIORS WITH A GRADE-POINT AVERAGE OF 3.7 OR ABOVE

Aroub Alananzeh Anthony Amico Isaiah Aridou Tyra Bairos Fernando Barbosa William Barrett Carlos Bonilla Christopher Boucher Lindsey Burns Melissa Campos Alyssa Caraher Jose Cefalo Jennifer Chavez Umana Danika Cherisol Nicolas Colantonio Diana Concannon Michelle Correale Emma Covelle Ariele DaCunha DannyDang Kallyta DeAssis

Rafaela DeOliveira Larissa DeOliveira Costa Nyomi Dottin Ariel Duarte Alanna Eller Bryan Erazo Timothy Ewing Amanda Fernandes Dante Fontana Gabriel Freitas David Gertz Brandy Gomes Tori Grassa Brianna Gutierrez Gilberto Herrera Calderon Samuel Hurley Angel Huynh Ajja Jeannot Phedra Jeanty Olivia Jenkins Joseph Krentzman

Richardson LaForest Ashley Lemus Giselle Lemus Tejada Mariah Matos Debora Matthias Brennan Moore Sabrina Moreta Iris Munoz Zuniga Alex Nguyen Walchris Nicolas Brianna Noel-Juene Victor Odiwuor Mohamed Oulal Kyle Patterson Stephanie Perkins Bogumila Polska Brian Portillo Enedy Portillo Obed Posada Hailey Powers Lisa Quang

Conor Rachlin Angoori Rana Kelly Reyes-Aguilar Stephen Reynolds Manal Riadi Kacey Romulus Danielle Rossetti Dos Santos Autumn Ryan Emanuella Santos Evan Senibaldi Arlind Shehu Sadiq Shiek Kaya Small Quinlan Sullivan Tracy To Dinah Torres Kelly Truong Samantha Uga Adrian Velasquez Vincent Vu Hailey Warren


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EHS Class of 2017 Graduation

Shown, from left to right, are City Councillor Michael Evan Senibaldi, Gilberto Bernie D’oNofrio, Sarah McLaughlin, Assistant City Clerk Sergio Cornelio, and Lisa Quang, Dllas Portillo, Herrera, and Nicholas Witkus, and Councillor City Councillors Fred Capone, Cynthia Sarnie, Rosa DiFlorio, John Leo McKinnon, and Anthony DiPierro. Rauseo John Leo McKinnon and Angoori Rana

Superintendent Fred Foresteire is shown with members of the school committee.

EHS Principal Erick Naumann

Salutatorian Angoori Rana delivers her Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Superintendent Fred Foresteire lead address, “Fifty Languages, One Voice.” the graduation procession.

The Everett High School Choir performs.

The Class of 2017

Angel Huynh was recognized for her 14 years of perfect attendance.


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EHS Vice Principal Omar Easy

Mayor Carlo DeMaria

State Senator Sal DiDomenico

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Superintendent Fred Foresteire

Valedictorian Conor Rachlin delivers his address, “Uncertainty.”

Some of the many colorful graduation caps on display Wednesday

State Rep. Joseph McGonagle

Briana Graffeo receives her diploma.

Alyssa Pitre her diploma.

receivers

(Advocate photos by Ross Scabin)


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~FLASHBACK~

That’s Jeanne Cristiano, shown when she was a long-time member of the council, who now serves as the city’s Director of Veterans’ Services. Jeanne KDVGRQHDWHUUL¿FMREDFFRUGLQJWRWKRVHZKRKDYHVRXJKWKHUKHOS$VD IRUPHUPHPEHURIWKH86$LU)RUFH\RXFDQWHOOVKHKDVDJHQXLQHFRQFHUQ IRUWKHYHWHUDQVVKHVHUYHVDQGKHOSV $GYRFDWH¿OHSKRWR

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During this year’s budget process, I have worked with the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.) and the Administration to find another temporary fix to our problem. Ultimately, a compromise was reached with the support of M.A.S.S. and DESE which provided for an additional $12.5 million for the school districts who were harmed by the Administration’s formula change. This will allow us to mitigate some of the damage, but it is by no means a longterm solution. Both the State Senate and House of Representatives included the $12.5 million in our budgets this year. I will be very disappointed if we are once again in this position next fiscal year, and I call on DESE to provide a permanent solution to this problem that their formula change created. I continue to believe that the answer to this problem is very simple. We should allow communities to choose their preferred method of counting low income students – either by using the original method of self-reporting or by adopting the Administration’s new formula. This is the solution I have been fighting for since the very beginning, and it is the solution that I will continue pursuing until a long-term resolution that adequately funds all of our schools is reached. This is not a fight that I am willing to give up on. Our teachers and school officials do an incredible job at educating all of their students, regardless of income or background, and it is up to the state to ensure they have the necessary funding to continue doing so. As the father of two boys in the Everett Public Schools, I am not just advocating as a State Senator, but also as a concerned parent. This issue is deeply personal for me, and it is my hope that my constituents and city officials know that I hear their concerns, and I am working every day to ensure that our schools receive the funding they are entitled to and deserve.

BAKER | from page 3 history of Massachusetts. The resort’s site has a history of chemical companies, including the Merrimac Chemical Company in the 1800s and early 1900s and the Monsanto Chemical Company in the 1900s. Last year the environmental remediation on the site was completed. The site has been excavated, and the underground parking garage is nearly complete. Now steel is being erected, and soon the precast facade will be going in along with glass panels that are currently being manufactured. Mayor DeMaria said, “Today we welcome Governor Baker to the City of Everett. He was able to witness firsthand the unmatched potential of this project for our region, its forward momentum and the tremendous environmental benefits with the cleanup of a highly contaminated hazardous waste site. This project is already yielding benefits to our city.�


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Congratulations EHS Graduates! Everett Schools are Everett’s Pride!

Class of 2017

Mayor Carlo DeMaria Wife Stacy, and children Carlo III, Caroline, and Alexandra

We wish you success in your future endeavors!

State Senator Sal DiDomenico & Family

State Representative

Joseph McGonagle


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Congratulations EHS Graduates! Everett Schools are Everett’s Pride!

Congratulations

Everett High Class of 2017 Councillor Ward 1

Fred Capone & Family

Take pride in how far you’ve come. Have faith in how far you can go. But don’t forget to enjoy the City of Everett. Family • Neighbors • Veterans • Friends

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Congratulations EHS Graduates! Council President

Anthony DiPierro Class of 2013

Councillor-at-Large

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FLAG DAY CONCERT FRIDAY, JUNE 16

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A FREE PERFORMANCE BY THE HISTORIC BOSTON CRUSADERS DRUM & BUGLE CORPS, AS WELL AS MEMBERS OF THE EVERETT PUBLIC SCHOOLS MUSIC DEPARTMENT

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EVERETT HIGH GYMNASIUM The Boston Crusaders Drum & Bugle Corps, founded in 1940, is the third-oldest junior drum and bugle corps in the nation and is proud to be a founding member of Drum Corps International. The corps, composed entirely of brass players, percussionists and color guard members under the age of 22, travels over 10,000 miles each summer, performing in more than 40 competitions and exhibitions before a combined audience of over 300,000 fans.


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Everett Firemen’s Relief Association and EFD to hold memorial service June 11

Obituaries Albina M. (LaSala) Mugica Of Plantsville, CT., formerly of Somerville, entered into rest unexpectedly,on May 31, 2017 at home. She was 87 years old. Born in Boston, Albina lived in Somerville for many years before settling in Plantsville, Connecticut with her daughter and her family. Albina was the daughter of the late James LaSala and Mary Giangregorio. Beloved wife of the late Rufino G. Mugica. Dear and devoted mother of Maria A. Toppi and her husband, Thomas of Plantsville, CT. and Wayne Scott Mugica and his wife, Annarita of Manchester, NH. Sister of James LaSala of Milton, Anthony LaSala of Everett, Thomas LaSala of Chelmsford, and the late Louis, Henry and Pasquale LaSala and Mary

Messina. Loving grandmother of Thomas and Shawna Toppi and Ashley, Nicholas, and Alexis Mugica. Albina is also survived by several nieces, nephews and many dear friends. Her funeral was held from the Cafasso & Sons Funeral Home on Tuesday, June 6, followed by a funeral Mass in the Immaculate Conception Church, Everett. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. Late member of Sorella de Italia in America, Southington, CT. Edward W. Johnson Age 87, died on June 4,

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Sandy Juliano Broker/President

COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SALES & RENTALS SPRING IS FINALLY HERE! NOW IS YOUR BEST CHANCE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A GROWING 2017 MARKET. EVERETT PROPERTIES ARE HOT!! WE ARE CONSTANTLY LOOKING FOR NEW LISTINGS. WEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;VE QUICKLY SOLD EVERYTHING WE HAD! PUT YOUR HOME UP FOR SALE THIS WEEK.

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19 GILMORE STREET Everett, MA - $498,900

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Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent

Denise Matarazzo - Agent

Sandy Juliano - Broker

Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent

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