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Friday, August 11, 2017

~Election 2017 Candidate Profile~

Councillor-at-Large Jessica Giannino on future development and passing of Bob Haas By Sara Brown


What’s 35 years among friends? Members of the RHS Class of 1982 descended on Breakaway in Danvers recently for their 35 year reunion. Shown at the event, from left to right, are Dan Doherty, Kim Pivnica, Wendy MacDonald, and Kristine Morgan Jones. See more photos inside on pages 12-13. (Advocate photos by Ross Scabin)

Disabilities Commission readying sidewalks for school year City to pursue renewal of Special Olympics program By Sara Brown


he Disabilities Commission is making sure sidewalks are ready before the school year begins. The city just placed a curb cut by the Paul Revere School at the cor-

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ner of Revere Street and Roosevelt Avenue to improve accessibility for pedestrians of all abilities. “We’re doing upgrades for pedestrian infrastructure to get ready for school to begin,” said Mayor Brian Arrigo’s aide,

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Joe Gravellese, at the August 8 meeting of the Disabilities Commission. A curb cut is a ramp cut into a street curb at a corner for wheelchair access or at a driveway for vehicular access. Gravellese said that corner sees high foot traffic of students crossing and parents wanted to see that area become a safe crossing. “We wanted to make sure it was a little safer,” he said. The city is also upgrading infrastructure around the Garfield School. The program is known as Safe Routes and is funded by the state. The project includes the reconstruction of the concrete sidewalk on Waverly Avenue from Centennial Avenue to the intersection of North Shore Road and Dana Street; reconstruction of the concrete sidewalk on Dix Street and the reconstruction of concrete sidewalk on the east side of Garfield Avenue from Dix Street to the school driveway. New high-visibility crosswalks will be constructed and existing signage will be upgraded near the school.


ouncillor-at-Large Jessica Giannino has her eye on her fifth term on the City Council. “I love what I do,” she said. “Revere is a big part of my life. I want to make sure our residents are getting the best this city has to offer.” The lifelong Revere resident believes she has a unique perspective to offer the city as the youngest one on the council. “I lived in Revere my whole life,” she said. “I have seen it change. I am also a millennial and I know what the city needs to do to attract young families and recent college graduates to stay here.” “When our students graduate college, we want them to come back and raise a family here,” she added. Giannino said Revere is going through a time of change with big projects on the horizon like Wonderland and Suffolk Downs. She said Revere still has to stay focused on what the big vision is for the city. “We want people to want to come here and shop and eat,” she said. “We want commercial development that doesn’t drain our city resources. We would also benefit from the taxes of that kind of development.” She said her time recently as the Zoning Subcommittee chair taught her a lot about what makes a proposal good for the city and also what residents want. “They don’t want to see apartments anymore,” she said.

Jessica Giannino Councillor-at-Large

She said when it comes to planning the future of Revere, the city has to keep its residents in mind. “We have to make sure people can still afford to live here and pay their water bills and taxes,” she said. “Our families and our seniors is what keep this city going. We have to have them on our minds.” Giannino said it is important for the city and all its departments to have good morale, including the Police Department. Recently, there has been some controversy over Mayor Brian Arrigo’s decision to not renew former Police Chief Joseph Cafarelli’s contract and choosing longtime Revere Police Officer James Guido as the interim police chief. “Chief Cafarelli was a great chief and people feel like they are losing something important and I understand that,” she said. “The mayor totally has the right to pick his own police chief though.” Giannino said it is time for the city to move forward. “It’s


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Revere Police receive grant to get impaired drivers off the road

“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign educates drivers on impairment caused by marijuana


ayor Brian Arrigo and Chief of Police James Guido recently announced that the Revere Police Department will increase the

number of impaired driving patrols on local roads – after the department was awarded a special grant from the Highway Safety Division (HSD) of

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the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS). The Revere Police Department will join more than 200 police departments across the state and the state police in the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement mobilization. This year’s campaign will fight the impairment marijuana causes in drivers – and the exponentially increased impairment caused when alcohol and marijuana are combined. “Drivers who have had too much to drink or ingested marijuana are a menace to everyone on the road with them,” said Chief Guido. “This grant funding will allow us to add patrols specifically to remove impaired drivers and as a result reduce the need-

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less deaths and injuries they cause.” “There is clear evidence that drivers who have used marijuana, especially in combination with alcohol, are significantly impaired,” said HSD Director Jeff Larason. “We are urging motorists to plan ahead for a sober ride home by using public transportation, a ride-sharing service or a designated driver. Do not put yourself and each person in the car and on the road with you at risk.” Massachusetts data: • Marijuana or marijuanatype drugs were the most prevalent types of drugs found in people killed in crashes from 2010 to 2014. • From 2013 to 2014, alcohol impaired driving fatalities increased 14 percent (125 to 143). • From 2010-2014, 77 percent of impaired drivers in fatal crashes were men. • From 2010-2014, 46 percent of all alcohol-related

driver fatalities were ages 21 to 34. • National data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA): • NHTSA’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) reported that drugs were present in 40 percent of the fatally injured drivers with a known test result, almost the same level as alcohol. • NHTSA’s 2013–2014 roadside survey found drugs in 22 percent of all drivers both on weekend nights and on weekdays. • Drivers using marijuana demonstrated decreased car-handling performance, increased reaction times, impaired time and distance estimation, sleepiness and decreased motor skill coordination. • Mixing alcohol and marijuana might dramatically produce effects greater than either drug on its own.

Dr. James R. Lee, Ophthalmologist, announces retirement


s of November 1, 2017, Dr. James R. Lee will no longer continue his medical practice. He has served as an ophthalmologist in Winthrop since 1978. Dr. Lee graduated from Yale University and McGill University Medical School. He completed both his eye residency and an additional twoyear fellowship at the Mass. Eye and Ear Infirmary. Continuing his staff membership after training in ophthalmology, he served as chief of the Infection Control Committee, director of the Contact Lens

Service and director of residency training in refraction, all at the Mass. Eye and Ear Infirmary. He has supported Winthrop and surrounding communities by diagnosing and treating eye conditions, both medical and surgical. All ages have been welcome to his office. The relationships developed with patients over the years have been a real pleasure. Dr. Lee is presently searching for an ophthalmologist to continue his practice in Winthrop.

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Dear Editor: In a recent letter to the editor from For Kids Only Afterschool (FKO), one of our elected officials was inadvertently left out of our acknowledgements. In addition to House Speaker Robert DeLeo and Representative RoseLee Vincent, FKO is especially grateful to Senator Joseph Boncore for his efforts to pass a Massachusetts State Budget that puts children and child care first. Thank you for your leadership on behalf of families. Suzanne Ouellette For Kids Only Afterschool

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Candidate for Councillor-at-Large John R. Correggio endorsed by Local 7 and its 3,205 members


he committee to elect John R. Correggio to the Revere City Council received a letter on Friday, August 4, 2017, from Local 7. Local 7, who represents 3,205 members of “The International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers,” stated that they believe John R. Correggio understands the Union view and has been a strong voice for “working families.” Mr. Walter Belmont of Local 7 stated the following: Dear John; I write to inform you the members of Iron Workers Lo-

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ing it difficult to make ends meet in the global economy of today. We know that John R. Correggio believes in affordable health care, pensions, and the ability for seniors to live comfortably in their adult years. Working families are being asked to contribute more and more to healthcare costs, and to forego pension contributions to pay for energy bills, housing and living expenses, which are escalating daily. While developers are lining their pockets with this same money, they are in effect, fleecing the futures of your constit-

Ward 4 Community Meeting on Saturday, September 2


ouncillor Patrick Keefe is pleased to announce continued ward 4 Community Meetings. During my campaign I heard from many residents that they would like to hear more about what’s going on

and how they can better have their voices heard. I think the ability to meet with residents face to face will not only give them the opportunity to be heard but also bring the community even closer together and give everyone a form of

inclusion. I am happy to announce that Saturday, September 2, will be our committee’s third quarter community meeting at Luberto’s Bakery on Broadway. The meeting will be from 11:30 a.m.1:00 p.m.


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JESSICA GIANNINO | from page 1 hard. I am sad to see Joseph Cafarelli go but I am also really happy for James Guido,” she said. “James never really got to have his moment to celebrate being chief. I hope there is resolution for Chief Cafarelli and his family.” Despite being the youngest councillor, Giannino says she has an open mind and has learned from her seasoned fellow colleagues. “I have learned so much,” she said. “I know so much about the city and all of the departments that I didn’t

know before. I have contacts with many different people from many different ends of the city. If a resident calls me asking a question, I know I can help them.” The recent passing of Council President Bob Haas has left an indelible mark on her life; she recalled his guidance throughout her political career. Giannino said Revere feels different since his passing. “It just feels empty without him,” she said. “Not just the council but going to

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events, too. Revere feels like it is missing a huge piece.” Giannino considers herself very lucky to have learned from the late mayor and longtime city councillor. “He was a terrific man,” she said. “I am so grateful for the time I spent with him on the council. He was a wealth of knowledge and [was] like a mentor to me.” Editor’s Note: The Advocate will present a candidate profile each week. Candidates may contact Sara Brown at


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Tammi Piermarini wins six races and sweeps Suffolk Downs stakes races on Sunday


ockey Tammi Piermarini notched six winners on Sunday’s fourteen race card at Suffolk Downs and swept the three stakes races on tap for the afternoon. Piermarini kicked off her day in the $50,000 Louise Kimball Stakes which was run as an exhibition race at the beginning of the day with a victory aboard Frosty Nurse for trainer Karl Grusmark. The three-yearold daughter of Freud is owned and bred by Joseph DiRico and was moved up to first via disqualification to earn her first victory. As the remainder of the card got underway, Piermarini continued her success with a win in the first race aboard Charlie Riffic ($7.60) for longtime local trainer Bobby Raymond. She returned to the winner’s circle after Mr. Grey ($18.00) prevailed by a nose for trainer An-

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tonio Arriaga. In the $50,000 Last Dance Stakes, Piermarini was aboard Dr. Blarney ($2.10) remained undefeated at Suffolk Downs with an 8 ¾ length romp for trainer Karl Grusmark and owner Joseph DiRico. The chestnut son of Dublin is out of the mare Dr. Capote and is a half-brother to Louise Kimball Stakes winner Frosty Nurse. “He is just such a cool horse,” said Piermarini. “Knowing we were going a little longer today, I tried to save him for the stretch. He is a very classy horse.” Piermarini continued her clean sweep of the stakes races on the day and teamed up again with Antonio Arriaga to win the $50,000 First Episode Stakes with Miss Wilby ($6.20). The four-year-old daughter of Imperialism won by sevenlengths and earned her fourth state-bred stakes victory. “I have had just an awesome day,” said Piermarini, who ranks

as the third all-time leading female rider. “Miss Wilby felt like a different horse today. The trainer has done a great job with her. It feels even sweeter to have such a big day at home.” She capped off her day with a victory aboard Simply Classic ($17.80) in the final race on the card for trainer Brenda McCarthy. The third and final of the three live racing and food truck festival weekends is scheduled to be held on September 2-3. Also on Sunday, the track hosted a handicapping tournament which yielded two qualifiers for the National Handicapping Championship which is scheduled to be held in Las Vegas in February. Adam Aiken of Springfield, Massachusetts finished first with a bankroll of $2290.95 while Christopher Ahl of Hingham, Massachusetts finished second with $1672.40. For more information, visit

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n recognition of the positive contributions of the state’s farmers’ markets to agriculture and public health, Governor Charlie Baker has proclaimed August 6-12, 2017 “Massachusetts Farmers’ Market Week.” Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo joins Governor Baker in encouraging residents to celebrate and enjoy local Farmers’ Markets – especially the Revere Farmers’ Market, which is held each Friday from 12:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. on the American Legion Lawn at 249 Broadway. “This week, and all season long, we are proud to celebrate Massachusetts’ many farmers’ markets and support the continued viability of family farms, local food production and community camaraderie,” said Governor Baker. “I encourage all Massachusetts residents to visit a farmers’ market and purchase fresh, Massachusettsgrown products to support your local farmers.” “Revere has made our Farmers Market a priority and we’re excited to see it continue to grow,” said Mayor Arrigo. “In addition to welcoming local farmers and vendors, we have tried to make the Market a destination and an event for families and residents of all ages.” In addition to fresh food and vendors, this year’s Revere Farmers’ Market has featured fitness classes, children’s activities, food demonstrations, giveaways and more. “Farmers’ markets are

an important direct market venue for growers and food producers across the Commonwealth and help to stimulate local economies,” said Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Matthew Beaton. “By supporting farmers’ markets, the Baker-Polito Administration hopes to continue to support family farms and increase access to fresh, healthy food to all Massachusetts residents.” Farmers’ markets provide access to fresh, healthy foods to all citizens of the Commonwealth. Revere’s Farmers’ Market is one of many across the state that also participates in matching programs that enhance the purchasing power of low-income residents, veterans and seniors. Massachusetts hosts approximately 240 summer and fall farmers’ markets and another 40 winter farmers’ markets statewide. The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources compiles an annual list of Massachusetts farmers’ markets, listing days, locations, times and opening and closing dates for each market. An interactive map of farmers’ markets statewide is available at http://www.mass. gov/agr/massgrown/farmers_markets.htm. More information about the Revere Farmers’ Market is available by calling 781-286-8198 or emailing reverefarmersmarket781@

SIDEWALKS | from page 1 A new crosswalk and stop line pavement markings will be applied where faded as well. The city can begin work on this project once the City Council approves it at their next regular meeting this Monday night. In other news, the city is working on extending their Special Olympics program. Last year the city started the program after not having a Special Olympics for roughly 10 years. “We want to build upon that foundation,” Gravellese said. The city will be bringing back the young athletes program this fall at the Paul Revere School every Satur-

day for two to five year olds. They also will be starting a soccer program for ages six to 15 beginning right after the Young Athletes program. “It’s the first of the big sports programs that we want to bring in place,” said Gravellese. “Ideally, if this goes well, they have a number of winter and spring sports we could bring in.” According to Gravellese, the Special Olympics organization was impressed by the level of volunteerism in Revere last year when they first implemented the program. “Seeing everyone come together for a good cause really impressed them,” he said.

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Revere Special Olympics Program To Expand In Fall 2017 Soccer Program For Ages 5-15 Begins Sept. 30


ayor Brian Arrigo is proud to announce that the City of Revere and Special Olympics have partnered to further expand the program in the City this fall. A soccer program for children age 5-15 will begin on September 30, adding to the successful Young Athletes Program for kids age 2-7, which will return for a third session in September. Both of these programs will be free for all children. “Last year, we brought Special Olympics back to Revere with the young athletes program. with hopes that we could expand the program if it was successful,” said Mayor Arrigo. “Thanks to the generous support of parents, volunteers, and the Revere Public Schools, it was a tremendous success. Because of this, Special Olympics will be expanding their presence in our community.” The Special Olympics Jr. Soccer Skills program is open to kids of all skill levels age 5-15. Sessions will be held on Saturdays at 11:45am-12:45pm from September 30-November 4, on the field at Paul Revere School. The field will be newly striped

for soccer and nets will be installed. The Young Athletes program returns again this fall, a unique sports and play program for children age 2-7 designed to serve as an introduction to sports and the world of Special Olympics. Sessions will be held in the Paul Revere School gym on Saturdays from 11:00am11:45am, from S eptember 30-November 4. For more information, contact Enza Goodwin (etumb@ or Jennifer Duggan ( For additional information specifically about the Young Athletes program, visit If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Enza or Jen. Both programs will require volunteers to make them a continued success. “We’re excited to offer these programs for free for our children,” said Mayor Brian Arrigo. “We look forward to strengthening our ties with Special Olympics in the years to come and offering even more programming for all ages.”

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Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators’ votes on roll calls from prior Senate sessions in July. There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. E N G L I S H L A N G UAG E LEARNERS (S 2125) Senate 39-0, approved a bill that would give public school

districts the power and flexibility to offer other English Language Learner (ELL) programs in addition to or instead of the current sheltered English immersion program that requires all students, including those not yet fluent in English, to be taught English by being taught all subjects in English and to be placed in English language classrooms. The current law

was approved by Massachusetts voters on a ballot question in 2002. Another key provision establishes a Seal of Biliteracy, an award given by a school to recognize students who have attained proficiency in more than one language. Supporters said schools need the flexibility to implement a program that will fit the needs of their students rather than the “one size fits all” current law. They argued that the English immersion mandate is not working and noted that these students continue to lag behind their peers in high school graduation rates and going to college. They expressed concern that Massachusetts students will quickly be left behind when applying for jobs that require bilingual skills in the growing global market. (A “Yes” vote is for the bill.)

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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 July 31-August 4, the House met for a total of 38 minutes while the Senate met for a total of one hour and 41 minutes. MON.JULY 31 House11:03 a.m. to 11:18 a.m. Senate 11:07 a.m. to 11:24 a.m TUES. AUGUST 1 No House session No Senate session WED.AUGUST 2 No House session No Senate session THURS. AUGUST 3 House11:02 a.m. to11:25 a.m. Senate 11:13 a.m. to12:37 p.m. FRI.AUGUST 4 No House session No Senate session

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Northeast Metro Tech hosts successful summer enrichment program for incoming freshmen

AKEFIELD – School Committee Chairman Deborah Davis, of Woburn, is pleased to announce that Northeast Metro Tech hosted a successful summer enrichment program for incoming freshmen. From July 10-21, approximately 200 students from Northeast’s 12 districts partook in the free summer enrichment program, which

is designed to give incoming ninth graders the opportunity to tour the school, meet their teachers, coaches and peers from other cities and towns, and experience shops prior to the start of the year. “This program is designed to relieve any potential anxiety students may have coming to a new school and district,” Summer Transition Director

Joe O’Brien said “It also serves as a great way for students to make friends from out of their hometown district.” Each week students spent time in English, Math and Biology classes, and rotated through two shops. In auto body, students painted license plates; while in auto tech, they learned how to change oil and tires. In plumbing, students

Josh Yandoli, of Revere, works on a car in the auto tech shop during the 2016 summer enrichment program. (Courtesy Photo Northeast Metro Tech)

Alex Uceda, of Chelsea, works on a postcard in the design and visual shop during the 2016 summer enrichment program. (Courtesy Photo Northeast Metro Tech)

worked with copper tubing; and in electrical, they learned the basic fundamentals of wiring. Over in cosmetology, students practiced hair braiding, nail painting and makeup application. Instructors in design and visual showed incoming freshmen how to make creative greeting cards that they could send to family and friends. In the culinary shop, students made chicken potpies, and for the baking session, they were led by Ste-

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~ Sports ~

Hockey Pats skate to fast season start By Jerry DiStefano

Greetings, neighbors, and welcome the Beach CityOne BUZZ…We’ve Greetings, friends, and welcome to the to Beach City BUZZ. cloudy night got last some week, New Year’s resolutions in verse, of course: My life is so disorganized, but I’ve got great when it looked like the sky was about to open and the heavens would rain down, the aMr. solution total self improvement is my New Year’s resolution. I’ve taken a hard look and I decided to do something we hadn’t done for a looooong time – head to Bianchi’s forat myself, don’t likegave whatus I see. in the coming year,spot I’ll become a to better me.outI’ll a pizza. and Stormy skies hopeSo of no traffic, a parking and room spread ondo some crafts, and learn to cook, my soufflés will be divine. And when I’m in a restaurant, the wall with our pizza and cooler. Lo and behold! We had the place to ourselves, a delicious I’ll be and a snob wine. I’ll go to bed early,beyond with a cup of warm milk, I’ll an early pizza the ‘bout sun peeked through. We were happy, and it made mebecome think about all riser. I’ll learn to balance my checkbook too, and become an organizer. I’ll study a foreign of the little things in our daily lives that make us smile. Here’s my short list of what makes language, maybe FrenchPicking or maybe Spanish. pay at offher all doggy my bills oncare, time,finding and allher my me happy in the summer: up my dog afterI’ll a day day debts will vanish. I’ll quit my smoking, drinking too, and then I’ll feel quite healthy. I’ll soaking wet and knowing that she spent hours in the kiddy pool, happily splashing away with save some money every week, and that will make me wealthy. And when I’m driving her puppy pals; locally grown corn on the cob. Most weekends, you can find us driving north in car, I won’t off the bird.Farm I’ll keep my calm, and smile a homegrown lot, and forget 4 letter to my our favorite farmflip stand, Marini in Ipswich, for some of their sweet corn. words. I’ll keep my house in order, neat and sparkling clean. I’ll only buy things that Jump in the car, set your GPS to 259 Linebrook Road off old Route 1, take a right at theare on I’ll be a Coupon Queen. My body,and I promise, willtoget shape - something other signsale with- the arrow that says “Marini Farm” get ready sinkinyour teeth in to the best than round. I’ll eat cottage cheese and drink skim milk, and lose those twenty pounds. native corn around; Salem Willows – every August my granddaughter (now eight years old) I’ll some muscles, work myWillows heart, and anplaying exercise class. Yoga,eating Zumba, lifting andgain I make a “pilgrimage” to the for atake day of arcade games, chop weights, will help me lose my a$$. I’ll learn to play the piano, and music I will read. suey sangwiches, ice cream and Hobb’s popcorn, and hanging out by the ocean. She’s I’ll practice daily for hours my fingers bleed. I’ll put needsbut ahead growing up so quickly, so on thisend, may until be Lucy’s last year of driving theother’s kiddie boats, it’s anof mine, and maybe this coming year, I’ll feel fulfilled as I give of myself, and find time to every-summer memory that she and her “Bubba” will always have. Hopefully, she will never volunteer. I’ll grow all my veggies at home in the spring, and start them all from seed, outgrow the chop suey sangwiches. One more thing that I’ve just discovered – it’s nice to be I’ll polka and ballroom buy lots of– books read. I’llinvited learn to soy oldlearn in thetosummer. Gone are thedance, days ofand commitments sorry, I to know you melike to your milk and eat more sprouts, I’ll trade Dunkin’s for herbal tea. I’ll only watch shows party, but I can’t make it (staying home and reading a book would make me happy today.) on No Channel 2, and no more justdays, get all this straight - I’m resolving a bathing suit worries. I lovereality me justTV. the Now way I let amme these lobster “ROLLS” on my hips and better me. I’ll be thinner, healthier, smarter too,I’m butno I’lllonger live in concerned misery. Onthat second thought, all. Ride in the little car with the top down? Sure, my windblown let’s forget thisme idea, really, I don’t a damn.Let’s My stop only for New Year’s resolution, hair will make lookbecause like Donald Trump in give a hurricane. a big, fat ice cream is to like for out who I am…Let’s ring in to the BUZZ: startsummertime of a new year cone whileme we’re – see above reference hips. Here’sThe a short verse:means My that time the and Mayor’s Annual State of the Every City Address, takes place bikiniit’s days arefor over, my arms are growing flappy. part of mewhich has headed south,on Monday, January 13 at Where 6:00 P.M. thetwig-like Joseph A. DelGrosso Chambers and still, I’m feeling happy. onceinmy figure, looked greatCouncil in a strappy sun at Citytee Hall. Mayor Rizzo all to attend. If you be there, the address dress, shirts are way moreinvites comfortable, as I’m not out tocan’t impress. My flip-flops make will my also be on Revere TV on Channel kick New Year so byI pledging toes feel cool, high heels no longer fit. 9…Why I’m just asnot cool as off the the ocean breeze, don’t mindto give On 16I can fromlet2:00 7:00 p.m. don’t headhave to the Beachmont VFW,is150 a bit. blood? When I’m at January the beach, it all-go, I really a care. My only worry if Bennington You’ll be isdoing something good, and and you’ll the tide comesSt. in, and I maydonate have tosome moveblood. my chair. 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The Revere High Patriots hockey team has had their best start in years starting with a 4-1-1 overall record in the first six games. The Christmas break has created an awfully No Broth & Water Added! tough non-conference schedule for Revere, as they have had four games in eight nights. In that span, the Patriots have gone 2-1-1. “This is such a great start for a great group of kids,” Revere coach Joe Ciccarello said. “We only won two games last year and we have already doubled that. It was such a tough year, and to start this season like this is a great feeling for this group of young men.” Revere started their break with a tough game against the Lynn Jets. The Patriots were able to possess a 2-1 lead for Family Packs the majority of the game, until the third period. Lynn scored a quick goal, tied the score 2-2, the Jets broke the Cut tie Family Pack - Center USDA that Select - Boneless with one minute left. Revere never gave up and decided to pull the goalie in the final minute. Joe Ristano took the spot of the goalie, and made the most of it. Ristano lit up the lamp with 11 seconds left to give Revere a 3-3 tie rather than a loss. “Lynn is a very talented team and this was a good tie,” Ciccarello said. “Of course it would have been nice to win, but we played great and that’s all I can ask for.” Revere next had Everett The- Patriots took Thin Sliced Any Size Package McKinnon’s Own in their sights. the momentum they created from the Lynn game and unleashed on the Crimson Tide, to the tune of a 5-1 victory. Revere then had to travel south to play Bourne. The Patriots started off fast once again, as they took an early 1-0 lead at the end of the first period. Bourne tied the game 1-1 early in the second period. Revere answered with three unanswered goals and took a 4-1 lead. The Patriots fell asleep in the third period, and Bourne answered with three Hilldale4-4 with Sliced Toof Order! unanswered goals their own, that tied the game three minutes left. Ciccarello took a key timeout for Revere to regroup the troops. The timeout paid dividends for the Patriots as freshman Anthony Cacca scored the gamewinner with one minute left. “It has been someone different every game,” Ciccarello said. “It really has been a collective team effort, and the story Pre-Sliced of our season is someone new stepping up in a big way.” Revere in their last game came out flat as can be against Driscoll’s Healthy Snack - Sargento Lowell on the road, and the Patriots were defeated 5-1. “It was the last game after a long road trip,” Ciccarello said. “None of us from coaches to the players were mentally prepared for this game. We will bounce back and have a much better effort in our next game.” Revere will look for a bounce back effort on Tuesday (DeSAVE SAVE cember 31st), at home against Somerville. 4.5 oz $1.22 16 oz $1.00





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Revere High School Class of 1982 Reunion At Breakaway in Danvers

Michael Lucente, Sal Fazio, Seth Lerman, and Gary Belchner.

Shown, from left to right, are (top row) Maureen Doherty Dazkevich, Cheryl Tracia Sullivan, Kathy Kelley Mahoney, Christine Bowman Emond, Barbara Carey Napolitano, Dan Doherty, (bottom row) Eddy Doris, Lauren MacIntive Fazio, and Janice Buonapane.

Pat Walsh, Kim Walsh, Mark Delang, and Jackie McCarthy.

SHIRLEY AVE KIDS: Seth Lerman, Ross Mandell, Kristine Morgan Jones, Lisa Pires, Kim Alba DiFtaia, Donna “Davato” Coe, Kim Pivnick Phetteplace, Wendy MacDonald, and Dan Doherty.

Dan Doherty, Kim Pivnica, Wendy MacDonald, and Kristine Morgan Jones.

Shown, from left to right, are Eddy Doris, Dan Doherty, Garrison Bond, Pedro D. Rivera, Joy Balzotti Granata, Steven Virgilio, Ellen O’Brien, Kathy Kelley Mahoney, and Lauren MacIntive Fazio.

Carla Agri, Rick Delaney, and Brian Murphy.

(Advocate photos by Ross Scabin)

Robin Laurie Caputo Sausa, Cheryl Mosca, Gina Delgrosso, Robin Keohane, and Kristine Morgan Jones.

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The RHS Class of 1982.

Eddy Doris, Lou Chicattelli, and Dan Doherty.

Dan Doherty and Susan “Febo” Monica Caporale and Mark Ferro. Lou Chicattelli and Eddy Doris. Maregni.

Mel Massucco, Donna Hesse Massurro, Kris McAndrew, and Joann Goggino Johnson. Kim and Dan Doherty.

Mark Adreani, Laura Christopher, Robyn D’Apolito, Paula Moccia MacDonald, and Roselyn Crowin DiRusso.

Cheryl Carbone Crowley, Michelle Joyal Eugenio, and Maria Salvato Haumann. Pat Walsh and Eddy Doris.

Lisa Accettullo, Dino Scott, Suzanne DiRosa, and Dennine Falzone.

Lisa Cuscuna, Grace Anzalone, and Sal Fazio.

Bobby Casoli, Jr. and Janie Buonapane. Eddy Doris, Janice Buonapane, and Dan Doherty.

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SOUNDS of Revere Governor supports Farmers’ Market – just not this Friday Mayoral Aide Joseph Gravellese wants everyone to know that Governor Charlie Baker will not be in attendance on Friday. In a statement on Wednesday, Gravellese said, “I just wanted to clarify based on some feedback – some people misinterpreted a joint press release between our offices to suggest that Governor Baker will be in attendance at Friday’s Revere Farmers Market. As far we know, he will not be attending. However, the Governor and his administration continue to provide support for Farmers Markets in the Commonwealth, including ours, which we greatly appreciate.” Free “Drive-In Movie Night” for Revere teens On Friday, August 11, the Revere Youth Health Leadership Council is hosting a free “Drive-In Movie Night” for high school students at Wonderland Marketplace. Entertainment begins at 6:30 and the movie starts at 8 – drive-in, or walk-in with a blanket or chair! The event will include free refreshments, a DJ and music. Register your car for the event: https://w w -in-movie -tick ets-36334982912. Gibson Park Community Garden RibbonCutting and Garden Party set for Aug. 16 Please join the City of Revere for the Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony and Garden Party at the Gibson Park Community Garden, to be held Wednesday, August 16 from 6:00-6:30 p.m. The event will be held at Gibson Park, which is located at 1 Hayes Ave. Light refreshments will be served. Garden hats are encouraged! The ribbon-cutting for Revere’s newest community garden is part of Mayor Brian Arrigo and Revere on the Move’s commitment to enhancing residents’ access to fresh, healthy food and fun community activities. For more information on the city’s community gardens, contact Elle Baker at or 781-286-8188. Revere Housing Authority’s Summer Safety event on Sat., August 26 The Revere Housing Authority, its Board of Commissioners and the Office of Mayor Brian Arrigo are pleased to announce a Summer Safety/School Readiness event on Saturday, August 26, from 12 p.m.-4 p.m. at the Cooledge Street/Constitution Avenue basketball court. Residents are invited to come down to

the basketball court for free pizza and ice cream, back-to-school supplies, special prizes and other resources. Families are also encouraged to spend time with Revere Police Officers and Revere Firefighters. This free event will be presented in conjunction with the Revere Police Department, the Revere Community School, the Revere Fire Department, Revere CARES, WIC, Boston Harley-Davidson, the Revere Public Library, Women Encouraging Empowerment, and the Suffolk County Sherriff’s Office. Registration open for Adult Education Classes at Revere Community School The Revere Community School is proud to announce that its adult education program begins again on September 6, 2017. The Community School’s goal is to offer an increasing portfolio of adult education courses that enrich our community. Classes are affordable ($50-$75 for an 8-10 week program) and open to all Revere residents. They are held at Revere High School, which is located at 101 School St., on weekday evenings. Flyers and registration info are available at http://www.revere. org/news/post/registration-information-adult-education-classesat-revere-community-school -- Adult High School Equivalent Diploma Program (HiSET – formerly GED); English for Speakers of Other Languages – beginner and intermediate levels available; English Flyer – Spanish Flyer – Portuguese Flyer – Arabic Flyer; ESL Conversation Class; Spanish Language Class; Arabic Language Class. The Community School is always looking to offer a range of courses for Revere adults. For more information, call 781-3332061 x 51424. Information about Oak Island railroad crossing improvements The City of Revere is improving the railroad crossing at Oak Island per Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) requirements in order to perpetuate the quiet zone that exists there presently (quiet zone meaning no train horns are sounded when the train comes through, a standard safety practice elsewhere). As a requirement for retaining the quiet zone, additional safety improvements, including channelization, signage and striping, are being added. These are all FRA requirements that are to be implemented by August 1 and will improve the overall safety of the crossing. If this work were not completed, trains would be required to blow their horns when going through this area, causing disruption for residents. Included in this first phase of work is also a temporary gravel turnaround area on the south side of Oak Island Road. Phase 2 and 3 will follow and will include a new paved turnaround area with three delineated parking spots on Oak Island Road as well as

sidewalk improvements and widening of the traveled way on both sides of the railroad. Work started July 17, and the tentative schedule is for work to be completed around the beginning of October. Construction Advisory: Page Street – starting week of August 7 The City of Revere will be reconstructing the roadway and sidewalks on Page Street in the coming weeks in August. The work will ultimately consist of the following: • Removing and resetting the existing granite curb • Installation of new concrete sidewalks • Installation of a new roadway surface The work will be completed in two phases: • Phase One – curb and sidewalk installation • Phase Two – new roadway surface installation Phase one is expected to commence by approximately the week of August 7, 2017. Both phases of construction are expected to be completed this year. If you live on Page Street, you will notice “no parking” signs, cones and barrels on the street in the days leading up to the commencement of construction activities. City of Revere staff will distribute another notice with the actual construction start date at that time. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Michael Kessman, Project Engineer, at (781) 286–8186.

August 2017 Commission on Disabilities Notes


n Tuesday, August 8, t h e Co m m i s s i o n o n Disabilities held its monthly meeting. Below is a list of notes and updates: – After months of work, the Commission on Disabilities is ready to begin hosting in-person appointments. Starting on September 8, the Commission will work out of the American Legion Building/Veterans’ Affairs office on Fridays from 8:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. At this time, residents will be able to call or visit the Commission to discuss any ongoing issues. Co-Chair Ralph DeCicco will also be taking appointments in the American Legion building at other times during the week by appointment only. Residents can also seek assistance from the Commission at any time by emailing disabilities@ or calling 781286-8267.

– With school approaching, Mayor Brian Arrigo and the City of Revere are working on pedestrian upgrades around the Paul Revere School and Garfield School that will improve accessibility for pedestrians of all abilities. An ADA-compliant crosswalk and curb cut are being installed at the corner of Revere Street and Roosevelt Street near the Paul Revere School. Additionally, a state funded project will be taking place to upgrade infrastructure near the Garfield School. The project includes the reconstruction of the concrete sidewalk with vertical granite curb along the west side of Waverly Avenue from Centennial Avenue to the intersection of North Shore Road and Dana Street, reconstruc tion of concrete sidewalk with vertical granite curb along the

south side of Dix Street and the reconstruction of concrete sidewalk with vertical granite curb along the east side of Garfield Avenue from Dix Street to the school driveway. Highvisibility crosswalks will be constructed, and existing signage will be upgraded where applicable. New crosswalk and stop line pavement markings will be applied where faded. ADA-compliant accessible ramps will be constructed for all perpendicular pedestrian crossings, and a traffic signal with countdown pedestrian indicators will be installed at the intersection of Waverly Avenue, North Shore Road and Dana Street. – Revere Special Olympics is excited to announce that in addition to bringing back the Young Athletes program for fall of 2017, they will also be offering a fall soccer pro-

gram for kids 15 and under. More details will be announced soon; email Commission member Enza Goodwin at for more information. – A Revere resident has offered to donate an outdoor electric chairlift to a resident in need. The chairlift is in great working condition and is still installed so that it can be demonstrated. If you would like any further information or are interested, please contact the Disabilities Office at or 781-286-8267. – Co-Chair David Hahesy has worked in collaboration with DCR to provide two additional handicap accessibility mats at the beach this summer. Conversations have already begun about how to make the beach more accessible in 2018. – The Revere Public

Schools, Revere Recreation and SEPAC collaborated this summer to give children with special needs in the extended school year program fun and enriching summer activities. Events included outdoor games, a science show and a dance party with a DJ. The Commission extends its thanks to Dr. Vadala of the Revere Public Schools for spearheading these efforts. – Row Row Row in Revere takes place on Saturday, August 19, with the funds raised benefitting families with autistic children. Learn more about the event and the organization at – The next meeting of the Commission on Disabilities will take place on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. in the Revere City Council Chambers.

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Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center and EBNHC PACE Program Present: Growing Older? Planning Considerations for Yourself & Your Parents


Nancy McInerney’s Combo Exercise class gives a demonstration to seniors in the dining room in hopes that it will encourage other seniors to move and keep physically active.

The Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center bocce court is undergoing a massive transformation. Structural reinforcement, additional plywood flooring, new indoor court carpet and new bumpers and trim areas will totally enhance the court in time for the Senior League that is just around the corner. Morris Brothers Construction is providing the work. Pictured, left to right, are Senior Center Director Stephen Fielding, Nick and Marie Giacobbe, mangers of the league, and Eddie Morris of Morris Brothers Construction. Missing from the picture is Eric Morris. (Photos courtesy of Stephen W. Fielding)

Monday, July 31 Dillon C. Connerty, 26, of 59 Crest Ave., Revere, was charged with operating under the influence of drugs, with operating a motor vehicle with license suspended or revoked, with negligent operation of a motor vehicle and with leaving the scene after property damage. Duken LaGuerre, 31, of Hyde Park, was charged with an arrest warrant.

Tuesday, August 1 John Paul Leone, 58, of 912 Winthrop Ave., Revere, was charged with operating under the influence of liquor. Michael D. Bergin, Jr., 43, of Everett, was charged with threatening to commit a crime.

Wednesday, August 2 Mohamed Elkhalfaoui, 43, of 250 Broadway, Revere, was charged with assault & battery. Luis Alberto Pagan, 38, of 30 Bosson St., Revere, was charged with assault & bat-

July Birthdays at the Rossetti-Cowan Senior were celebrated for, in the front row, Anna Cogliandro, Carole Fielding and Morris Morris; back row: Anne Eagan, Henry Harris, Bill Higgins, Chuck Mackin and Viola Viviano, joined by Joseph Arrigo and Mayor Brian Arrigo.

oin us for a FREE presentation on preparing yourself to age in place – presented as a collaboration between the Revere Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center and the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center PACE Program. Date: Tuesday, September 19, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Location: Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center, 25 Winthrop Ave., Revere, Mass. Refreshments will be served. Join Eileen Feinsand for an informative evening presentation on managing financial health for older adults. Learn tips and tricks to make smart financial decisions for you and your family. Topics include the following: • Understanding common financial issues • How to make healthy decisions • Action planning steps • Helpful resources • Health care and insurance • Housing options • Social Security and other benefits • Legal considerations Seating is limited! RSVP by e-mail to or call 781-286-8156.

REVERE POLICE ARRESTS tery. Michael Keith Florentino, 32, of 28 Campbell Ave., Revere, was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

Thursday, August 3 Jonathan Muneton Ortiz, 27, of 94 Shirley Ave., Revere, was charged with an arrest warrant. Ray W. Sargent, 55, of 36 Crescent Ave., Revere, was charged with shoplifting by asportation, third offense. Jorge Luis Arcila-Mesa, 29, of East Boston, was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Dwayne Ellis, 23, of Buena Park, Calif., was charged with intimidation of a witness. Elijah T. Jones, 22, of Framingham, was charged with intimidation of a witness.

of 154 Suffolk Ave., Revere, was charged with an arrest warrant. Karenlee Powers Potts, 63, of South Boston, was charged with shoplifting

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Friday, August 4 Iiuliia Ivakina, 27, of 137 Oakwood Ave., Revere, was charged with leaving the scene after property damage. Jean Leonard Teganya, 45,

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The Nutritionist Corner

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Dear Savvy Senior, I’m interested in downsizing my smartphone wireless plan, and am looking for the best low cost options. I use my phone primarily for talking and texting, but also need some cellular data for checking my email and other functions when I’m away from WiFi. What can you tell me? Senior Saver Dear Saver, There are several great low-cost deals I can recommend for older smartphone users who are looking to save some money by paring down their bloated cell phone plan. Here are three good options to consider. Republic Wireless If you’re an Android smartphone user, Republic Wireless ( offers one of the cheapest deals available for light data users. Republic uses a mixture of Wi-Fi and cellular networks – Sprint and T-Mobile specifically – to transmit calls, texts and data. This patented technology automatically offloads as much as possible to WiFi when available, so you’ll consume less data than you would with traditional carriers. Republic’s no contract service plans with cellular data start at only $20 per month for unlimited talk, text and 1 gigabyte (GB) of data. If you need more data, their $30 per month plan gets you 2GB, and $45/month buys you 4GB. How much data do you need? The best way to find out is to check your current phone bills. The average smartphone owner uses between 2GB to 3GB of data each month, but most older smartphone users use less than 1GB. To use Republic you’ll need a compatible Android phone (you can’t currently use Apple iPhones), or you can buy a new phone through the company. It currently offers eight Android phones with prices starting at $99. Consumer Cellular Another excellent low-cost option for lighter data users, and one that caters to older adults is Consumer Cellular (, 888-532-5366). Rated the number one wireless service by Consumer Reports seven years running, Consumer Cellular offers a variety of “pay for what you need” talk and connect plans that let’s you choose exactly what you want. Their talk plans start at $10 per month plus 25 cents per minute used for infrequent callers, or $15/month for 250 minutes, $20/month for 1,500 minutes, and $30/month for unlimited minutes. And their connect plans for text messages and cellular data run $2.50 per month for 300 texts and 30 megabytes (MB) of data, $5/month for 2,000 text and 200MB data, $10/month for unlimited texts and 500MB, $20/month for unlimited texts and 1.5GB, $30/month unlimited texts and 3GB, and $40/month for unlimited texts and 5GB. Consumer Cellular, which offers 5 percent monthly fee discounts to AARP members, also lets you bring your own smartphone by offering free SIM cards. Or, you can purchase a wide variety of Android and Apple iPhones along with the seniorfriendly Doro 824 SmartEasy for $100. Lifeline Program If your income is low enough, another option to check into is the Lifeline Assistance Program. This is a federal program that provides a $9.25 monthly subsidy that could go towards your smartphone service. To qualify, you’ll need to show that your annual household income is at or below 135 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines – which is $16,281 for one person, or $21,924 for two. Or, that you’re receiving certain types of government benefits, such as Medicaid, food stamps, SSI, public housing assistance, veterans pension or survivor’s pension benefit, or live on federally recognized Tribal lands. To apply, contact a wireless provider in your area that participates in the Lifeline program (see or call 800-234-9473) and ask for an application form. Be sure to check all wireless providers in your state because some offer better services – like a free smartphone, monthly talk time minutes, unlimited texting and some cellular data – than others. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book.

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ARRESTS | SEE PAGE 15 Duran, 18, of 50 Marshall St., Revere, was charge with shoplifting by asportation. Jovani Valdivie MedranoGarcia, 19, of 2 Beachland Ave., Revere, was charged with shoplifting by asportation. Denner S. Araujo, 28, of Everett, was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, with possessing an open container of alcohol in motor vehicle, with disorderly conduct and with resisting arrest. Saturday, August 5 Dawari Mark Dan-Harry, 27, of 300 Broadway, Revere, was charged with assault and with disorderly conduct. Joseph Daniel Dulcetta, 32, of 4 Jordan St., Revere, was charged with an arrest warrant. Davidson Junio Freitas, 24, of 165 Winthrop Ave., Revere, was charged with assault & battery and with malicious destruction of property ($250 or less). Wiendy Alviti, 51, of 16 Pleasant St., Revere, was charged with shoplifting by concealing merchandise, second offense.

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Amanda Kim, 38, of Burlington, was charged with operating under the influence of liquor and with negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

Sunday, August 6 Kelly M. Salazar, 19, of 70 Highland St., Revere, was charged with assault & battery. Pete Harry, 46, of Framingham, was charged with attempting to commit a crime and with false motor vehicle insurance claim. Isiah Rodriguez, 19, of 74 Eastern Ave., Revere, was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, with using a motor vehicle without authority and with leaving the scene of property damage. James R. Fabiano, 18, of 8 Thorndike St., Revere, was charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle and with leaving the scene of property damage.

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OBITUARIES | from page 18 is also survived by his sisters, Elizabeth Bacon and Angela Cafarella, and his brothers and sisters-in-law, Joseph and Maureen Internicola and Salvatore and Elaine In-




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