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n Monday night, I submitted to the City Council my proposal for the Fiscal Year 2018 budget. In the coming weeks, I look forward to a wide-ranging conversation with the Council. This year’s budget continues the progress made last year toward putting Re-

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evere Beach is at the top of the class in terms of water quality, according to a report card recently released by a local environmental organization. Revere received a 98 percent on primar y beach safety in the Beach Water Quality Report Card released by environmental advocacy organization Save the Harbor/Save the Bay. The report card is based on water quality data collected during the 2016 beach season on 15 public beaches in 10 communities, including Lynn, Swampscott, Nahant, Revere, Winthrop, East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, Quincy and Hull. “ This year ’s report card contains good news for many of our beaches,” said Save the Harbor’s spokesman, Bruce Berman. “Howev-

er, 2016 was a very dry year, with just 5.3 inches of rain and one large storm with over one inch of rain compared to the 10.2 inches we had in 2015 and the 13 inches of precipitation we expect in a typical beach season. Though the annual re-

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he Revere City Council discussed the residency requirement for city employees once again at the June 5 City Council meeting. The council placed on file an appointment for Public Safety Information Technology Professional position on May 22 because the applicant, Tab Bandit, is from Saugus. Mayor Brian Arrigo said there were comments during that City Council meeting that upset him, namely the notion that he constantly is asking for residency waivers, a comment he believed was misleading. He pointed out that he has hired 39 people and 37 of those people live in Revere. The two employees who required waivers are Reuben Cantor of the IT Department and Omar Boukili of the Mayor’s Office. “I am here every day to make

sure I provide the best services for the city,” he said. “For me to do that, I need to hire the best and brightest.” Even so, the mayor went on to affirm that he is committed to hiring Revere residents for city jobs. “I don’t want to give waivers out. The best thing for me is to hire Revere people,” he said. Ward Four Councillor Patrick Keefe said he was ok with hiring people outside of Revere if they were the best candidates. “I prefer to see Revere residents get jobs,” he said. “I want to see the most qualified applicants getting jobs as well.” Keefe voted in favor of Cantor and Boukili for their waivers but not Bandit. Keefe said he felt that with the other two residency waivers he was more aware of the of the applicants’ credentials and why the city wanted them and needed a waiver. He said he felt that he

didn’t know that much about Bandit. “I want to be more prepared when I come to council,” he said. Councillor-at-Large Anthony Zambuto said he is going to work on changing the residency requirement to a residency preference. According to Zambuto, in years past the council has ignored that requirement unless it is an election year. Ward Five Councillor John Powers agreed. “The people of the city voted for you and myself to represent them to the best of our ability,” he said. “To give someone a job just because they are from Revere and not the best applicant is the wrong thing to do.” The council agreed to have conversations about the requirement in the future. The council placed Bandit’s application on file and he will not be taking the position.

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State Rep. RoseLee Vincent says bill to ban Native American mascots at Massachusetts schools “lacks common sense” By Mark E. Vogler


tate Rep. RoseLee Vincent said she believes Saugus residents won’t have to worry about renaming their beloved Sachem sport teams. “I don’t believe the legislation has any legs,” Vincent, a Revere Democrat who represents part of Saugus (Precincts 3 and 10), said of proposed legislation that would prohibit Massachusetts schools from using Native American mascots. “I would be opposed to that bill. I received quite a few emails from Saugus residents who aren’t happy about it,” she said. “If it came to the House floor, I don’t believe it would pass. I knew that when I saw it. Common sense should prevail. Unfortunately, a lot of people have lost common sense,” she said. One of Massachusetts’ most powerful politicians also stands in the way of the proposed statewide ban against Native American mascots. The legislation (S 291), which was the subject of a public hearing in Boston this week before the Legislature’s Education Committee, drew criticism from state Senate President Stanley Rosenberg. “I think this is something the

cities and towns should decide for themselves,” the North Hampton Democrat told WGBH Radio this week. “I don’t think the state needs to regulate it. We regulate enough things; it should be left up to the communities.” In an interview with The Saugus Advocate yesterday, Vincent also considered the matter a home rule issue that shouldn’t involve state government. And even under the unlikely circumstances that the legislation did become law, Vincent said Saugus should be exempt. “In Saugus’ case, I believe it’s paying tribute to the town’s rich Native American history. “I never felt -- during my years in representing Saugus -- that it was anything but a tribute by a town that’s deep into its history,” she said. “I don’t understand what the big deal is unless it’s an offensive term. And Saugus, certainly, is just the opposite -- a matter of pride. I feel sometimes we try way too hard to be politically correct,” she said. Vincent said she’s also troubled by the statewide implications for Massachusetts, which uses Native Americans in the state symbol and on flags across

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tinue 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. Fo r m o re i n fo r m at i o n about the FUN-damental

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ants and Medicaid recipients. (A “ Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes $500,000 FOR LGBTQ YOUTH (S 3) Senate 38-0, approved an amendment earmarking

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 lifesaving 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 “ Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes $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. Joseph Boncore 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 le gal representation for indigent and disadvantaged residents. Amendment supporters said these services ensure equal access to the justice system for thousands of below-poverty level Massachusetts residents including accused criminals, the poor, seniors, battered women, ten-

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.


Schools to sponsor 2017 Summer Food Program For Children At Various Locations

By Bob Katzen 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 at tract 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. Joseph Boncore Yes

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Mayor Brian Arrigo, together with the Revere Public School Committee and Superintendent Dr. Dianne Kelly, has announced that the Revere Public Schools will sponsor the Summer Food Service Program for its 22nd summer at various locations throughout the City of Revere. The Program will provide a free lunch to all children age 18 and under at the following schools and sites from June 26th - August 18th (there will be no service on Tuesday, July 4th for the holiday).

Beachmont School, rear entrance (breakfast 8am-9am; lunch 11am-1pm) • Revere Beach Pavilion #2 (lunch 11am-1pm) • Sonny Meyers Park on Beach Street, (lunch 11am -1pm) • Costa Park Shirley Avenue (breakfast 8am-9am; lunch 11am-1pm) Paul Revere School, rear entrance (breakfast 8am-9am; lunch 11 am-1pm)

and the following sites from July 5th - August 18th (there will be no service on Tuesday, July 4th for the holiday).

• Rose Street Recreational Center (lunch 11:30am-1pm) • Adams Court on Coolidge Street (lunch 1130am- 1pm) • Ciarlone Park (Whelan School ) (lunch 11:30am-1pm) • Louis Pasteur Park on Endicott Street (lunch 11:30 am-1pm) • Curtis Park – Garfield School on Garfield Ave (side of school) (lunch 11:30am-1pm) • DeStoop Park (Oak Island) (lunch 12pm-1pm) • Gibson Park (Point of Pines) (lunch 11:30-1pm) • Lincoln School Park – Lincoln School on Tuckerman Street (back of school) (lunch 11:30am-1pm) Revere Farmer’s Market at American Legion Hall (FRIDAYS lunch 12-1:30pm)

Menus are subject to change and locations are always subject to close depending on participation and weather. The goal of the Revere Summer Food Service Program is to serve nutritious meals that are well balanced and supply the required nutrients that children need. The Revere Summer Food Service Program was established to ensure that children could continue to receive nutritious meals comparable to those served under the National School Breakfast and School Lunch Program during the school year. This program is paid for through a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Office of Nutrition and Project Bread.

For more information, please call Revere Summer Food Service Program Director, Pauline Lyons at (781) 286-8311 or (781) 388-7520.

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Save the Harbor/Save the Bay awards $55K for free beach programs despite budget cuts S ave the Harbor/Save the Bay awarded more than $55,000 in Better Beaches Program Grants to support more than 40 free beach events and activities on the Boston Harbor region’s public beaches this summer – in a ceremony on Boston’s Fish Pier on Saturday, June 3. Among the 27 organizations from Nahant to Nantasket that received grants this year was the Revere Beach Partnership, which received $5,000 for the Revere Beach Partnership Festival Series. You can find a complete list on Save the Harbor’s blog, Sea, Sand & Sky, at www. In 2016, with the support of Save the Harbor and its funding partners, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) awarded $219,442 in small grants and additional organizational support to

Save the Harbor/Save the Bay awarded more than $55,000 in Better Beaches Program Grants to support more than 40 free beach events and activities on the Boston Harbor region’s public beaches this summer – in a ceremony on Boston’s Fish Pier on Saturday, June 3.

43 groups in nine beachfront communities and waterfront neighborhoods. These groups in turn leveraged the funds with $454,990 in cash and in-kind support from local governments and businesses and more than 8,800 volun-

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The Revere Beach Partnership was among 27 organizations that received Better Beaches Program Grants from Save the Harbor/Save the Bay to support free beach events and programs this summer. From left to right: Kaitlyn Montagna and Adrienne Maguire of the Revere Beach Partnership; Patty Foley, President of Save the Harbor/Save the Bay; Susan Hamilton, Director of Park Operations at DCR; Metropolitan Beaches Commissioner Carol Haney of the Revere Beach Partnership; Joe Newman; Chair of Board of Directors for Save the Harbor/Save the Bay.

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Amador will join us on the beach again this summer,” said Save the Harbor’s spokesman, Bruce Berman. He is looking forward to the Boston Circus Guild’s performances “featuring fire-juggling clowns, and of course the Pokémon Go Festival, though I understand it is not a ‘thing’ anymore.” “Though all of us at DCR are, of course, disappointed that we can’t help fund the program this year, we will continue to provide staff time and other resources to support these events,” said Susan Hamilton, DCR’s Director of Park Operations/Metropolitan Beaches Commissioner. She added, “Thanks to our partners at Save the Harbor/ Save the Bay for helping to make this summer a great one for the region’s residents and visitors from across the Commonwealth.” At the event on the Fish Pier, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay thanked Metropolitan Beaches Commission Co-Chairs State Senator Tom McGee and State Representative RoseLee Vincent and the legislative and community members of the Commission for making this great program possible. The nonprofit also thanked their


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School district deals with lead problem By Sara Brown


he Revere Public Schools are removing a number of water fountains and other water fixtures in their facilities after realizing that many contain high quantities of lead. In August, the Environmental Protection Agency tested all of Revere schools for lead and copper, discovering seven cases where ar-


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(A “ Yes” vote is for the amendment). Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK’S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature’s job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of 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 House11:03 a.m. to11:16 a.m. Senate 11:06 a.m. to11:10 a.m. WED. MAY 31 No House session No Senate session THURS. JUNE 1 House11:00 a.m. to 1:29 p.m. Senate 11:08 a.m. to 1:32 p.m. FRI. JUNE 2 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at

eas did not meet the state lead requirements. No issues for copper were discovered. The district received results from the test in December which led them to believe that they were in the clear, though a recent, more thorough examination of those results convinced administrators to take some precautionary measures. According to Superintendent Dr. Dianne Kelly, in five

of those cases, the school system was recommended to flush its water fixtures for 30 seconds each morning before use. However, the school district has decided to turn the water off of these units and replace them over the summer. “ We we re to l d t h i s i s above and beyond what we have to do,” Kelly said at the School Committee meeting on May 23. “We are happy

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Greetings, neighbors, and welcome to the Beach BUZZ…We’ve got some Howdy, friends, and welcome to the Beach City BUZZ.City A hearty congratulations to all ofNew Year’s resolutions in verse, of course: My life is so disorganized, but I’ve got great Revere’s graduating students, and a big round of applause as well to the supporting acast solution total self improvement is my New Year’s resolution. I’ve taken a hard look of those who have been there to help them on the road to achieve greatness – the parents,at myself, and don’t like what I see. So in the coming year, I’ll become a better me. I’ll do grandparents, teachers, mentors and friends who believe in our kids and all that they will some crafts, and learn to cook, my soufflés will be divine. And when I’m in a restaurant, accomplish. Now go forth and do some good in the world. Make a difference. Put down I’ll be a snob ‘bout wine. I’ll go to bed early, with a cup of warm milk, I’ll become an early your iPhones long enough to observe the world around you. Be kind. That’s all. Just do it riser. I’ll learn to balance my checkbook too, and become an organizer. I’ll study a foreign … That was easy. We’ve now solved all of the problems of the world. Well, perhaps not, language, maybe French or maybe Spanish. I’ll pay off all my bills on time, and all my because we’ve still got some questions that need answers – things like: How do peanuts debts will vanish. I’ll quit my smoking, drinking too, and then I’ll feel quite healthy. I’ll get salted if they’re still in the shell? In the word scent, is it the s or the c that’s silent? save some money every week, and that will make me wealthy. And when I’m driving And in the word queue, is it just one letter followed by four silent letters? Just wondering. in my car, I won’t flip off the bird. I’ll keep my calm, and smile a lot, and forget 4 letter What’s the top of your foot called? Why do they call it raw sewerage? Is there a cooked words. I’ll keep my house in order, neat and sparkling clean. I’ll only buy things that are sewerage? French Queen. people swear, do they say, “Pardon my If a woman on sale - I’llWhen be a Coupon My body, I promise, will get inEnglish?” shape - something other is a meter maid, why isn’t a man a meter butler? When does it stop being partly cloudy than round. I’ll eat cottage cheese and drink skim milk, and lose those twenty pounds. andgain startsome beingmuscles, partly sunny? between class. rain and showers, andlifting I’ll workAnd my what’s heart, the anddifference take an exercise Yoga, Zumba, windy and breezy? Can you grow birds from planting birdseed? Why are softballs hard? weights, will help me lose my a$$. I’ll learn to play the piano, and music I will read. I’ll If a chronic liar for tellshours you he she until is a chronic liar, should the person? practice daily onorend, my fingers I’llbelieve put other’s needs When ahead of someone says, “PU, that stinks,” what does PU stand for? If you can be overwhelmed mine, and maybe this coming year, I’ll feel fulfilled as I give of myself, and find time to and underwhelmed, can’t you just whelmed? do and you draw blank? volunteer. I’ll grow why all my veggies atbe home in the How spring, start athem all We fromcan’t seed, answer any of the above questions, but we do know one thing for sure: Here’s the I’ll learn to polka and ballroom dance, and buy lots of books to read. I’ll learn toBUZZ: like soy Attention senior citizens! Save Dunkin’s the date! The -Cowan Senior Center hason milk and Revere eat more sprouts, I’ll trade for Rossetti herbal tea. I’ll only watch shows scheduled a Health Awareness Day on Thursday, June 15, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Channel 2, and no more reality TV. Now let me just get all this straight - I’m resolving a All seniors invited to come and talk with healthcare and experts better me. are I’ll be thinner, healthier, smarter too, but I’llprofessionals live in misery. Onother second thought, about their healthcare,a financial and/or social needs. Feel free to invite family, friends and let’s forget this idea, because really, I don’t give a damn. My only New Year’s resolution, neighbors who might benefit from this extremely informative event. It’s at the Senior Center is to like me for who I am…Let’s ring in the BUZZ: The start of a new year means (25 Winthrop Ave., more information contact Camille atwhich (781) 286-8156 or on that it’s time for theRevere). Mayor’sFor Annual State of the City Address, takes place email to reserve your table. Thank you, Stephen Fielding, Monday, January 13 at 6:00 P.M. in the Joseph A. DelGrosso Council Chambers forCity the info … Here’s eventinvites that sounds it hasIfthe potential to there, be lots the of fun –a at Hall. Mayoran Rizzo all to like attend. you can’t be address will Revere Era Boomers Geezers 9…Why Party, to be July 21 from p.m.-11 to also be 70’s on Revere TV on/ Channel notheld kickonoffFriday, the New Year by7 pledging p.m. at the Winthrop Elks Lodge Washington Winthrop), featuring the150 give blood? On January 16 from#1078 2:00 (191 - 7:00 p.m. head St., to the Beachmont VFW, tunes of “DJ Johnny For more info, visit their Facebook Page, Bennington St. and Looch” donate (John some Luciano). blood. You’ll be doing something good, and you’ll also receive voucher for a free pound of Dunkin’ coffee…Ran-dumb thoughts: “Revere 70’saEra Boomers/Geezers Party, or emailDonuts … RanIt’s almost 2014,Isand I can’t believewhy it’s boxed been awine whole year since a better dumb thoughts: there any reason shouldn’t comeI didn’t with a become little straw stuck person; UPS is box? responsible millions of Christmas gifts arriving late? OK, here’s to the side of the Two veryforhelpful household hints: If you’re putting out some large my take on that - How ‘boutsoil shifting a little responsibility over to the nursery, millions of planters, don’t waste potting to fill them up.ofIf that you’ve purchased plants at the morons who didn’t that Christmas was actually December 25th of this and use the empty plasticrealize pots the plants came in to take up space in the bottom theyear, planters. had 350+ days to get thosework packages sent? Hmmm?…So were, at the (Empty plastic water bottles well, too.) Fill up your plantersthere aboutwe half way sitting with the bar at DeMaino’s the Friday with will the be usual suspects/regulars, empties, then put in on your potting soilafter and Christmas plants. Your pots lighter and you’ll save all of us sick of Christmas leftovers and craving a “real” meal. The big screen TVsonwere some $$$. And if you’ve got some metal that needs polishing (and no, we don’t work tuned to the football game “the Military Bowl”, which most of us had never commission for this company!) we’ve recently discovered Blue Magic metal polish heard cream,of. At one point, my Honey voiced his opinion “The only difference between the which can be purchased on or at automotive supply stores. WOW! WeMilitary used Bowl a regular football game is that in a regular run upthat and it on a and majorly tarnished antique Russian samovar, as wellfootball as on a game, musicalthey instrument down the field. In the Military Bowl, they go, left, right, left, right…” Funny. And you was formerly silver, but black from age. WOW again. Give it a try. Two parrots were sitting think it’s easy?…Speaking of funny, I promised a certain guy who can oft be seen on a perch. One turned to the other and said, “Do you smell fish?” Ok, just think about thatin warm weather tooling around town in a little and who’s initials are Bob … Regular BUZZer Ann Raponi emailed to letCorvette, everyone know that it’s almost time forMacC the -annual that I would put this “joke” in the BUZZ. Apparently, “everybody” thinks it’s hysterically Jerry Valcour event, which is scheduled for June 22, to be held at Kelly’s Roast funny. Except me. Raise if this makes youvocalist laugh:will A penguin walks into Beef on the Boulevard at your 2:00 hand p.m. The very popular be entertaining and a bar, goes to the counter and says to the bartender, “Have you seen my twin brother?” singing many popular songs from yesteryear. Don’t miss out … Please plan to attend theThe bartender says,Firefighters’ “I don’t know. What does heon look like?”…OK, hands annual Revere Memorial Service Sunday, June 11,did at we 8:15see a.m.any Relatives raised? Me neither…That’s it for the BUZZ, BUZZers. Have a happy and safe and friends of the Revere Fire Department, especially retirees, are invited to the AldenNew Year, doPoint whatever makes hearttosing, and remember: Youth when allowed A. Mills of Pines Fireyour Station honor departed members at is this mostyou’re solemn to stay up late on New Year’s Eve. Old age is when you’re forced to…This week’s and traditional service … That’s it for the BUZZ, BUZZers. Do whatever makes your heart SMILEMAKERS: Regina Daley, Lisa Fortuna, Ryan Green, Adam Comeau, Carolyn sing, and for all the gentlemen in our reading audience, here’s some good advice: If you’re Chambers, Valerie Garrison, Jayden Brown, Allison Morris, Heather Murphy, Tom Mason, looking for a mate to make your life complete, instead of going to a bar to meet women, just Marc Capizzi, Lisa Gendreau, Brendan Hayes, Dennis Doucette, Barbara Holden, Otto go to Target. The female to male ratio is 10 to 1, and they’re already looking for things they Swanson, Christine Benoit, Emily Welch, Maria Morabito, and Roberta Levy…Heeere’s don’t need … This week’s SMILEMAKERS: Frank Sims, Lauren Hayes, Danielle Ramos, the CHUCKLE (from Ann Onymous): ’Twas the month after Christmas, and all through Manuela Hernandez, Josephine King, Anna Santos, Azra Lakacha, Amy Armstrong, Sofia the house, Nothing would fit me, not even a blouse. The cookies I’d nibbled, the eggnog Visconti, Frank Colllins, Scott Frye, Julianna Vargas, Amy Goldberg, Connie LaBonte and I’d taste at the holiday parties had gone to my waist. When I got on the scales there arose George QuintanaWhen … Here’s the CHUCKLE, emailed Ann Onymous: The other night I was such a number! I walked to the store (less by a walk than a lumber). I’d remember invited out for a night with “the girls.” I told my husband that I would be home by midnight. the marvelous meals I’d prepared; The gravies and sauces and beef nicely rared, The “I promise!” hours and the the margaritas went waynever too easy. wine and theWell, rumthe balls, thepassed bread and cheese, And thedown way I’d said,Around “No thank 3:00 a.m., a bit blitzed, our designated driver dropped me off at my house. Just as I again got in to you, please.” As I dressed myself in my husband’s old shirt And prepared once the door, the cuckoo clock in the hall started up and cuckooed three times. Quickly realizing do battle with dirt--- I said to myself, as only I can “ You can’t spend a winter disguised myahusband wouldaway probably up,ofI cuckooed another nine times. really proud of as man! “ So— with wake the last the sour cream dip, Get rid ofI was the fruit cake, every myself for coming up with such a quick-witted solution (even when feeling tipsy) in order to cracker and chips. Every last bit of food that I like must be banished, Til all the additional escape a possible lecture from him. The next morning my husband asked me what time I ounces have vanished. I won’t have a cookie--not even a lick. I’ll want to chew only got on and celery I told him midnight. didn’t bothered at all. (Whew! GotI’ll away withon that ain,long stick. I won’tHe have hotseem biscuits, or corn bread, or pie, munch a one!) carrot Thenquietly he said, “Sweetheart, think we need aand new cuckoo clock.”But When him January why, he and cry. I’m hungry,II’m lonesome, life is a bore--isn’tI asked that what said, “Well, last night, our clock cuckooed three times, then said, ‘Oh, crap,’ cuckooed is for? Unable to giggle, no longer a riot. Happy New Year to all and to all a good four diet!” more times, cleared itsNews? throat, Announcements? cuckooed another three times, giggled, cuckooed twice more, ….Got comments? Suggestions? Want to congratulate then trippedon over the anniversary, cat and farted.”birthday, … Got comments? Jokes?IsNews? Suggestions? someone their baby, divorce? your group running a Want to congratulate someone on their anniversary, birthday, baby or divorce? Is joke fundraiser, meeting or event? January 5 is National Bean Day! Got a half baked your group a fundraiser, meeting June 11 is National Corn on you’ve beanrunning meaning to send us? Snap or to event? it! No kidneying! Lima waiting forthe your Cob Day! 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Council Candidate Dan Rizzo hosts Early Morning Coffee event at Casa Lucia C

andidate for City Council and former Mayor Dan Rizzo greeted supporters at the Casa Lucia recently for an early morning coffee and donuts informal gathering. Many supports happily signed his nomination papers at the door before being greeted and thanked by the candidate.

Candidate Dan Rizzo is shown with loyal supporters Marie Giacobbe, Claire DeDominicis and Nick Giacobbe.

Long time friends and supporters, John and Pam Gioiosi.

Mickey Casoli with his longtime Commander of the Mottola Post Dennis Johnny Caramanica with candidate friend, candidate for Revere City Sandy Levine is all smiles with her Moschella with his pick for city council, Dan Rizzo. Council Dan Rizzo. friend Dan Rizzo. Dan Rizzo.

The Verrengia family, John, Josh and Alberta showing support for their friend, Dan Rizzo, Sr., Billy and Rosalie Holy are shown with Dan Rizzo at his coffee Dan Rizzo. time at Casa Lucia.

Friends and colleagues of candidate Dan Rizzo, from left: Brian Vesce, Councillor Charlie Patch, Candidate Dan Rizzo, Councillor Arthur and Linda Guinasso and Councillor Joanne McKenna.

Former Mayor and Candidate for Revere City Council Dan Rizzo addressed the room full of supporters at the Casa Lucia recently. Dan thanked all for their continued support and looks forward to the upcoming election. Shown in photo is Dan’s wife, Jane. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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RHS Senior Prom at Bos

RHS seniors wait in line to cast their votes for Prom King & Queen.

John DeGregorio and Vanessa Leone.

Voting for King and Queen of the 2017 RHS Prom, Toni Moustapha Bensalah, Isabelle Rago, Vanessa Puopolo, and M i k e M a c D o n a l d a n d A m a n d a Scearbo and Cameron O’Neil. Oscar Lopez. Engebretson.

Chris Anderson and Andrea Lauria.

Austin Mayerhofer and Jamie Jones.

Arriving at the Renaissance Hotel for the 2017 RHS Senior Prom.

Gabelys Rodriguez, Aryana Pizarro, Cassie Alemany, Jamie Jones and Wafar Meliani.

Natalie Maggioni, Taylor Griffin-Catalano, Cindy Murphy, Victoria Correia, Joli Giuliano, Emily Brawley and Samantha Woodman.

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ston’s Renaissance Hotel

John DeSimone and Alex Axiotakis.

Gianni Hill and Samantha Woodman.

On RTV, Brenden Hayes, John DeSimone, Chris Anderson, Addrian Perez and John DeGregorio.

Bianca Pedraza, Frankie Hercules and Francine Danielle Dion and Anthony Getting off the elevator is the first step to having a wonderful time at the senior prom. Mannone. Cecca.

Jeffery Vacheresse and Hayley Petrozello.

Eddie Sullivan and Gina Viarella.

Some of the many close friends attending the prom.

Alana Avila, Chloe Dealmeida, Brenda Campos and Jenna Bonnetti.

Arthur DeStefano, Amber Sheehey, Jaqueline Dascoli and Dakota Grieco.

Paul Marc and Jonel Griffin.

Natalie Rossetti and Marvin Urdaneta. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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Congratulations RHS Graduates! Speaker of the House

Robert A. DeLeo


Brian Arrigo

Council President


Ward 2 Councillor


Bob Haas, Jr.

Ira Novoselsky

School Board Member

Jessica Giannino Steve Morabito State Representative

Carol Tye

RoseLee Vincent

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Ward 5 Councillor

Arthur Guinasso

John Powers


School Board Member

Anthony Zambuto

Susan Gravellese

Ward 6 Councillor

School Board Member

Charlie Patch

Michael Ferrante

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Revere softball team suffers heartbreaking loss in state tournament

THANKS FOR A GREAT SEASON: Seven stellar seniors graduated from the RHS Patriots softball team this season: Andrea Lauria, Victoria Puopolo, Samantha Woodman, Vanessa Puopolo, Elizabeth Lake, Giana Berkowitz and Tia Fichara. (Advocate file photo)

By Julian Cardillo


he Revere High School softball team couldn’t do what they did in the regular season and beat Medford in the post-season, as the Patriots fell, 7-5, in extra innings in the first round of the state tournament last Friday at Griswold Park. Revere bested the Mustangs, 5-4, in the regular season, but the playoffs were a different story. Medford garnered a 1-0 lead in the first inning, scoring off a sacrifice fly to right. Patriots pitcher Olivia McManus, the go-to star ter throughout the campaign, then gave up a solo home run to Medford’s Kimberly Scanlon to start the fourth inning and make it 2-0. Medford added another run on a passed ball later in the inning. “We started shaky, but,

down 3-0, we didn’t give up,” said Patriots coach Joe Ciccarello. “We made a comeback.” Revere took advantage of a few fielding errors in the fifth and sixth innings to mount a rally. They scored three in those two innings to get back in the game, as Medford narrowly escaped by tagging out Jordan Sullivan at third, who was trying to stretch a double into a triple. “Same as we did a few times this season, we committed some base-running errors,” Ciccarello said. “But the chances were there. We had a ton.” Revere managed to force extra innings, though the game ended in the ninth as Scanlon made the Patriots pay once more. She converted an RBI triple to put the game away and hand

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sults are important, an analysis of all the data we have collected since 2011 tells a more complete story.” Revere Beach has done typically well over the past few years. Last year the beach also received a 98 percent score, and its sixyear average is 95 percent. The highest grades received by Revere Beach in the past

six years were in 2014 and 2012, when it received 100 percent. Its lowest grade occurred in 2011: 88 percent. King’s Beach in Lynn and Swampscott and Tenean Beach in Dorchester have consistently been at the bottom of the report card, with scores below 85 percent. However, Save the Harbor has installed rain gauges and

the Patriots a loss in the first round of the post-season for the first time in Ciccarello’s tenure. Ciccarello said he was proud of his team’s efforts throughout the season, especially since he lost so many starters from last year. “It was supposed to be a rebuilding year but we made the playoffs, won as many games and scored more runs,” Ciccarello said. “That’s retooling, not rebuilding … There were tears obviously, it was sad for the team, but I just wanted to communicate to the seniors that we’re proud of them and their character. Winning is important to our program, but having pride in representing Revere once you put the jersey on is what matters most.” Revere graduates seven seniors: Vanessa Puopolo (Mount Ida College), Victoflow meters at King’s Beach to help the community evaluate and address the persistent pollution problems that close that beach nearly one in five days in a typical year. Praise for Revere Beach’s water quality is welcome news as the city gears up for one of its most popular events. The 2017 International Sand Sculpting Festival will take place on Revere Beach from July 21 to 23.

ria Puopolo (North Shore), Elizabeth Lake (Boston College), Andrea Lauria (New Hampshire), Giana Berkowitz (Salem State), Tia Fichera (Florida) and Samantha Woodman (Emmanuel Col-

1. What does a green car racing flag mean? 2. In which James Bond film would you find Tarot cards? 3. In what country is Buzkashi (goat-grabbing) the national sport? 4. What are the Bible’s first three words? 5. When is Flag Day? 6. What famous horse won the Triple Crown on June 9, 1973? 7. Who was the first nonEuropean Tour de France winner? 8. What American botanist said, “Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul”? 9. Who authored “The Star Spangled Banner”? 10. On June 9, 1943, what organization introduced the Pay As You Go Act? 11. What family has been known

lege). Vanessa Puopolo was a league All-Star and won the Patriot Award for dedication to the softball program; Lake won the Coaches Award; Berkowitz won the unsung hero award.

for the song “Keep on the Sunny Side”? 12. The word karaoke comes from what language? 13. On June 10, 1652, where was the first American mint established? 14. In 1804 Haiti declared independence from what country? 15. Who was the first athlete on a Wheaties box? 16. On June 14, 1777, the Continental Congress decided on a national flag with how many stars and stripes? 17. What was the Duesenberg? 18. How are Guinness stout and the “Guinness Book of World Records” related? 19. On June 14, 1951, what computer began operating (the first one commercially built)? 20. What baseball star said, “Don’t look back, something might be gaining on you”?

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practice. Lisa Thomas, one of two Tewksbury residents who petitioned Sen. Barbara L’Italien to file legislation that would impose the ban, told the Joint Committee on Education Tuesday that she grew concerned the town’s Redmen mascot would teach her children that “stereotypes and caricatures were OK.” Jason Packineau, an enrolled citizen of the Three Affiliated Tribes of North Dakota and community coordinator at the Harvard University Native American Program, discussed what he described as the impact of such mascots on his own life. The Lincoln resident said people call him “chief” or “savage,” and strangers ask to touch his long hair, which he wore in braids Tuesday. Following the Gill-Montague Regional School Committee’s decision Tuesday to retire its Native American mascot and Indians name for its sporting teams, take a look at other Massachusetts high schools maintaining similar logos, sporting team names and imagery. “Native people want to control their identity,” he said, asking the committee to remember that the mascots were not created by Native Americans. While bill supporters (S 291) said the portrayal of Native Americans as mascots can be harmful and disrespectful to people they are intended to represent, opponents of the ban said the mascots honor historical relationships with Native American tribes and have become sources of town pride over the years. “The town has an affinity and a great relationship with this name,” said Rep. Jim Miceli, who represents Tewksbury, citing a


well-known statue in the town “of an Indian brave overlooking the community,” and the recent opening of a bowling alley and recreation complex named after the Wamesit village. “I’ve lived in Billerica essentially all my life,” Lombardo wrote. “Never, in over three decades have I ever witnessed the name ‘Billerica Indians’ used and received by residents in anyway other than with pride and joy.” The Massachusetts Teachers Association supports the bill, and the union’s Shauna Manning said mascots do not represent the“rich and complex history”of Native American people and do not acknowledge a “long history of genocide from the United States toward Native Americans.” “We feel that Native American mascots are demeaning and perpetuate a myth that Native Americans are relics of the past who no longer exist,” she said. Residents of Amesbury, Melrose and Winchester testified in support of the bill, saying they disagreed with their towns’ use of Native American mascots. Miceli, a Wilmington Democrat, told the committee the issue is a priority in Tewksbury, where the school committee in March 2016 voted 4-1 to keep its mascot after hearing support from residents. “I would love to see this bill killed, and I’m looking around and I think that’s a possibility,” Miceli said. Billerica Republican Rep. Marc Lombardo changed his Twitter profile picture on Tuesday to the Billerica Memorial High School Indians logo and described the bill in written testimony as “political correctness run amok.” Editor’s Note: The State House News Service contributed to this report


ravel season is here and many will get to their destinations by air.Screenings at airports can be expected to cause delays, confusion and on occasion problems.Veterans with prostheses, implants, having injuries or wounds could pose a delay or embarrassment in going through the screening process at airports.One may be able to get through the screening process in a faster and easier manner.Once flight reservations have been made the Veteran or someone in his/her behalf can contact the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) telling them the nature of the injury, wound, prostheses. etc.The TSA will provide screening information relevant to the disability or condition and if unable to do so will refer the Veteran to experts at TSA to help in getting the Veteran through the screening process with the particular health problem in mind.The TSA can be contacted toll free at (855)787-2227(M-F 8AM-11 PM ET) and weekends (9AM-8PM ET). Thank you for your service.

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Carmen D. Valeri

f Saugus, formerly of North Revere, June 2. Loving husband of Barbara (Morgan) Valeri. Cherished father of David Valeri & his wife the late Jeanne Valeri of Saugus, Marianne Spinelli & her husband Nick of Wells, ME, Karen Holmes & her husband Don of W. Newbury, Robert Valeri & his wife Dee of Groveland, and Carmen D. Valeri Jr. & his wife Liz of Reading. Beloved grandfather of 12 grandchildren & 6 great grandchildren. Dear brother of Mary Simpson of Saugus, Dolly Valerio of Melrose & the late Sandy Shinay, Margaret Castinetti, Alfred Valeri & Lawrence Valeri. Funeral was held from the Bisbee-Porcella Funeral Home on Tuesday, June 6, followed by a funeral mass in Blessed Sacrament Church, Saugus. Interment Riverside Cemetery, Saugus. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the Home for Little Wanderers, Late U.S. Army Air Corps veteran. For condolences, visit


Frances Faye (Krinsky) Wilson

t 88, of Revere. Entered into Rest June 1, 2017. Devoted wife of the late Clarence Wilson. Beloved mother of Barbara Wilson and Joyce Talbott & her husband Thomas Robinson. Dear mother-in-law of the late Kinton Talbott. Loving sister of the late Shaia Krinsky. Services were held at the Goldman Funeral Chapel, Malden, on Sunday, June 4. Interment in Everett. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to the Kaplan Family Hospice, 78 Liberty St., Danvers, MA 01923. For online condolences, go to: Goldman Funeral Chapel, Malden 1-800-982-3717

FROM PAGE 15 1. Hazard gone, can race normally 2. “Live and Let Die” 3. Afghanistan 4. “In the beginning” 5. June 14 6. Secretariat 7. Greg LeMond 8. Luther Burbank 9. Francis Scott Key 10. The IRS (tax withholding) 11. The Carter Family (Johnny Cash, June Carter, etc.) 12. Japanese

13. Boston 14. France 15. Lou Gehrig 16. 13 of each 17. The most luxurious car of the 1920s and 30s 18. Sir Hugh Beaver managed the Guinness stout brewery and commissioned two researchers to write the book. 19. Univac I 20. Satchell Paige

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The Nutritionist Corner

Take Control of Your Health

By Anna Tourkakis, Nutritionist

short. In your meals emphasize fresh vegetables (plain frozen are ok) and in a pinch canned vegetables will do. Be curious - sample a different vegetable - avocados, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and tropical fruits, such as starfruit, papaya and mangoes. Use them either in a favorite recipe or in a new one.


he news is swirling all around us about health risks increased by our lifestyle of processed foods, inactivity and low fruit and vegetable consumption. Those risks include chronic diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and weight gain. A diagnosis of any one of these can often leave individuals overwhelmed and feeling alone. Reaching out for support can be an effective first step to begin a roadmap for healthier lifestyle patterns. Confused and Puzzled A diagnosis that requires changes in lifestyle can be bewildering. For example a diagnosis of diabetes, high cholesterol or weight loss, which require changes in many food choices can leave one confused and puzzled. These feelings often lead to subscribing to the latest quick fixes, only to meet with disappointing results. On the other hand, getting a grasp of ones eating habits and patterns and identifying the problem areas can initiate productive changes and lead to desired results. Creating lasting changes in overall health entails individuals to gain a better sense of their lifestyle and their needs. Acknowledging that eating healthy and staying active, gives us the power to potentially manage, prevent or delay many diseases needs to become ones fundamental belief. Empowering Well-being can be empowering and builds confidence into all areas of our life. To be healthy we need to first think about prevention and take the necessary steps. Lifestyle changes often involve doing more cooking at home and increasing activity in everyday living. Cooking regularly, eating whole foods and avoiding fast foods is a dependable way to get additional health promoting nutrients into your eating pattern. Be a planner and designate go to recipes that have less than five ingredients – the simpler the better, especially when time is

This platter of bright steamed vegetables is a perfect accompaniment to any eating plan.

Understanding your condition or prevention of diseases can enlighten your approach to a purposeful and sensible plan of action. A plan based on self-needs and habits has

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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;

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