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ADVOCATE Vol. 27, No. 24


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Supporting the Governor

Revere honors its Bravest at solemn Firefighters Memorial Day ceremony

IN GREAT COMPANY: Local Republicans were well represented at last Thursday’s fundraiser for Governor Charlie Baker at the Reel House in East Boston. Pictured from left to right, are: Joe Herd, Councillor-at-Large Anthony Zambuto, Governor Charlie Baker, former Senate President Robert Travaglini, Revere’s Director of Finance George Anzuoni, and owner of the Boston Red Sox Larry Lucchino. (Courtesy photo)

REMEMBERING THE FALLEN: Retired Lt. James Caramello reads the names of Revere firefighters lost in the line of duty during the city’s solemn 69th Revere Firefighters Memorial Day on June 11 at the Alden Mills Point of Pines Fire Station. See more photos inside on pages 12-13. (Advocate photo by Al Terminiello)

Mayor presents FY’18 budget to City Council


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he city of Revere honored their fallen firefighters. The 69th Revere Firefighters Memorial Day was held on June 11 at the Alden Mills Point of Pines Fire Station. The event was to honor Revere firefighters who have passed away or died in the line of duty. Mayor Brian Arrigo offered families and friends prayers and gratitude for their family member’s service.



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Chief Christopher Bright and the members of the Revere Fire Department want to congratulate its newest members – Michael Warren, Ryan Rizzo and Ariel Munez – who have completed the 254th class of the Massachusetts Fire Academy’s“Career Recruit Firefighter Training Program.” During this 10-week program students must demonstrate proficiency in life safety, search and rescue, ladder operations, water supply, pump operation and fire attack. Graduates of this program have met the standards of the National Fire Protection Association and are certified to the level of Firefighter I and II as well as to Hazardous Materials First Responder Operational level. We congratulate them for their accomplishment and wish them many years of service to this community.


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Hill School recognizes its crossing guards

On June 8, the Hill School honored its crossing guards. They led the Pledge of Allegiance and each was given several Thank You notes from students thanking them for all they do every day. Each was Caught Being Good and received a green CBG bracelet and certificate. A breakfast followed. They all do an amazing job keeping our children safe, day in and day out, rain or shine. Thanks to all for their dedication to our families. Shown from left to right: Jean Ellsworth, Judith Diruzza, Andrea Mottola, Roger Ciampoli, Veronica Rivas, Anthony Aloisi; not shown: Gail Rose, Sharon Silvestri, Phil D’Amore.

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Revere student graduates from Fairfield University


hristina Ochoa, of Revere, graduated from Fairfield University on May 21, 2017. At the time of graduation, a student must have earned a minimum of 120 credits and completed at least 38 three- or four-credit courses, depending on the course of study, and have an overall grade point average of 2.0 or better at the conclusion of the senior year.

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On Friday, June 9, students and faculty at Rumney Marsh Academy in Revere welcomed Team New Balance athlete Brock Holt to celebrate the school receiving the Boston vs. Bullies School of the Year Award. The school received the award for using The Sports Museum’s Boston vs. Bullies educational program in conjunction with other anti-bullying efforts to ensure a positive school culture. After the school administrators were presented with the award, Holt participated in a discussion with The Sports Museum’s Executive Director, Rusty Sullivan, and hosted a Q&A with students on standing up to bullying and being a good teammate. Holt is pictured above with students from Rumney Marsh Academy.

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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).


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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. SABATINO 564 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 617-387-7466

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Devastating fire leaves 18 residents homeless By Sara Brown

breaking sight. “It was comfortless for me to see looks of dismay and shock on the faces of residents and to listen to those who lost their personal belongings. Some who lost items of sentimental value – at the same time, it was a relief to know that lives were not lost,” he said in a statement. “Thank you to the neighboring residents for looking out for one another. Neighbors were going door-to-door when the fire broke out at 4:45 am in the morning, making sure everyone was aware of the fire and got out of their houses,” he added. Arrigo has formally set up a relief fund for those wish-


fire early on Tuesday morning has left 18 Revere residents homeless. The four-alarm fire on Taft Street destroyed two homes but left no residents injured. According to the fire department, the blaze started at the back of 45 Taft St. then moved to 41 Taft. The buildings were later deemed uninhabitable, leaving 12 adults and six children homeless. Tuesday was a record day heat-wise as temperatures rose into the high 90’s. The First Congregational Church at 230 Beach St. opened its doors for those who needed relief from the heat and had nowhere to go. Families have also received temporary beds at the church. According to Mayor Brian Arrigo, they have also been put in touch with other agencies that might be able to help longer-term, including Red Cross vouchers for nearby hotel stay. “The City greatly appreciates the willingness of the First Congregational Church to open their doors this morning and provide an air-conditioned place for those affected to rest and connect with relief services,” said Arrigo. Arrigo also thanked surrounding fire departments that helped Revere during the fire. First responders from Revere and numerous other locales – including Cambridge, Somerville, Chelsea, Everett, Melrose, Medford, Saugus, Boston, Wakefield, Stoneham and Massport – all helped.

ing to donate to the affected families. The fund is hosted at People’s United Bank. Checks should be made payable to Taft St. Relief Fund/City of Revere. Deposits can be made at any People’s United Bank, or mailed to: Taft St. Relief Fund/City of Revere People’s United Bank 310 Broadway Revere, MA 02151 If anyone wishes to donate gift cards, they can be brought to First Congregational Church (230 Beach St., Revere). A fundraiser is expected to be put together in the coming weeks.

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arcela Porpino and Daniel Redding of Revere were named to the dean’s list at Quinnipiac University for the Spring 2017 semester. To qualify for the dean’s list, students must earn a grade point average of at least 3.5 with no grade lower than C. Full-time students must complete at least 14 credits in a semester, with at least 12 credits that have been graded on a letter grade basis to be eligible. Part-time students must complete at least six credits during a semester.

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REVERE POLICE DEPARTMENT INCIDENTS & ARRESTS Tuesday, June 6 David Dellabarba, 38, of 128 Rindge St., Weymouth, was charged with operating under the influence of drugs,

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Thursday, June 8 Ariel O. Velasquez, 24, of 52 Abruzzi St., Revere, was charged with four counts of distributing a Class B drug and with two arrest warrants. Luis M. Ruiz, 49, of 26 Thornton St., Revere, was charged with five counts of distributing a Class B drug and with trafficking in cocaine. Michael James Fischer, 51, of Lowell, was charged with operating an uninsured motor vehicle, with operating an unregistered motor vehicle/trailer and with being a Habitual Traffic Offender. Elen Sullivan, 48, of 304 American Legion Hwy., Revere, was charged with violating a 209A abuse–prevention order.

Friday, June 9 Jose M. Alecia, 31, of 391 Mountain Ave., Revere, was charged with an arrest warrant. James Lopez, 29, of 1510 North Shore Rd., Revere, was charged with an arrest warrant. Carlos A. Vasquez, 18, of 16 Dana St., Revere, was charged with an arrest warrant. Brianna M. Romanow, 22, of 37 Sherman St., Revere, was charged with operating a motor vehicle with license suspended or revoked.

Saturday, June 10 Gloria Jimenez, 45, of 135 Broadway, Everett, was charged with a permit to operate an uninsured motor vehicle violation and with operating an unregistered motor vehicle. Jose M. Santa, 35, of 15 Wave Ave., Revere, was charged with an arrest warrant. Louis Spadafora IV, 46, of 23 Mountain Ave., Saugus, was charged with operating an uninsured motor vehicle and with operating an unregistered motor vehicle/ trailer. Abdenbi Elfarkh, 51, of 41 Highland St., Revere, was charged with an arrest warrant. Sarah K. Rabbitt, 33, of 27 Lorne St., Boston, was charged with shoplifting by asportation, third offense.

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THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 16, 2017

Mayor Brian Arrigo Celebrates His Birthday with family and friends at Marina @ The Wharf Restaurant

Manny Lopes, CEP of East Boston Neighborhood Health Center is shown with Mayor Brian Arrigo.

Mayor Brian Arrigo welcomes his guests Joe Lazden and Richard Marchese.

Mayor Brian Arrigo and his lovely wife, Davine, the host and hostess of the birthday celebration last week at the Wharf.

Victor Molle, owner of the Marina at the Wharf is shown with the guest of Honor, Mayor Brian Arrigo. Colleagues and Councillors Ira Novoselsky, Bob Haas, Arthur Guinasso and John Powers in attendance at the Wharf for Mayor Arrigo’s birthday celebration.

Mayor Brian Arrigo hosted a birthday celebration at the Marina at the Wharf last Tuesday night, friends, family and supporters were in attendance. Also in attendance were Revere’s State Representative and Massachusetts Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo.

Ward 5 Councillor John Powers are shown with his friends from the Jack Satter House, helping Mayor Arrigo celebrate his birthday last Tuesday evening.

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Members of the Revere School Committee, Fred Sannella, Michael Ferrante, Dan Maguire, Stacy Rizzo and Susan Gravellesse.

Speaker DeLeo with members of the Revere Fire Dept. Chief Chris Bright, Kevin O’Hara and Robert Fortuna of Local 926.

Mayor Arrigo with Councillor Steve Morabito, Speaker Bob DeLeo and Capt. Jimmy Guido of the RPD.

Marc Silvestri, Director of Veterans Affairs and Juan Jaramillo from Senator Joe Boncore’s office are shown with Mayor Arrigo and his son, Joseph.

The Revere Fire Dept Chief Chris Bright is shown with Mayor Brian Arrigo and Local 926 President Kevin O’Hara and Secretary/Treasurer Robert Fortuna.

Mayor Arrigo with Dan Maguire, Michael Zacarria, and Capt. James Guido of the RPD. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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Revere Fire Department Hosts Annual Firefighters Memorial Day Exercises at Point of Pines Fire Station Remembering those firefighters lost over the past year: • Jack F. Cipperly – 5/19/2016 • Felix F. DeSisto – 6/1/2016 • Edward W. Turner – 8/19/2016 • Thomas J. Tuite Jr. – 9/1/2016 • Charles M. Howell – 11/15/2016 • Angelo S. Moschella – 2/28/2017

Placing the Memorial Wreath, from FF Local 926 FF and Vice President Michael Amato and President of 926 Lt. Kevin O’Hara.

George Taglieri (retired Senior Deputy Chief) read the names of those that died in the past year.

Invocation by RFD Chaplin, Father Michael Ferrara.

The Revere Fire Dept. files in for the service behind the RFD Honor Guard.

Patricia and John Howell receive their Maltese Plaque from Lt. O’Hara.

Mayor Brian Arrigo (center), Senator Joe Boncore and Speaker Bob DeLeo are shown with Revere Fire Chief Chris Bright (2nd from right), and Revere Firefighter Local 926 officers, from left; VP Michael Amato, President Lt. Kevin O’Hara and Secretary/Trea- 20 years of service Lt. Mike Viviano, congratsurer Capt. Robert Fortuna. ulated by Chief Bright.

Mayor Brian Arrigo gave the opening address

Capt. Guy Landry was recognized for his Lt. James Caramello (retired) reads the names of Revere firefighters lost in the 20 years of service, congratulated by Mayline of duty. or Arrigo.

Virginia Tuite receives her Maltese Plaque from Lt. O’Hara.

Speaker Bob DeLeo gave the ‘Memorial Address.

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Capt. Robert Fortuna was recognized for 20 years of service, shown with his wife Lisa, and their children Derek and Danielle.

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Senator Joseph Boncore with the closing remarks.

Mayor Brian Arrigo and RFD Chief Chris Edan and Jacob Howell sitting on one of the new Bright are shown on the new stone walkway benches near the memorial wall. This bench was from donations from the Giannino family donated by Revere Firefighters Local 926. and Revere Firefighters Local 926.

FF Peter McLaughlin was recognized for 20 years of service, congratulated by Chief Bright.

Revere Fire Chief Chris Bright addresses the crowd and acknowledges all retiree fire fighters Brad R. Cipperly receives his Maltese Plaque in attendance. from Lt. O’Hara.

Lt. Dennis Russo was recognized for his 35 years of service, shown with his son, Nicholas.

Senior Deputy Chief James Cullen opens the ceremony with the raising of the flag as city and state officials look on.

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Police Action League (PAL) opens another season on the Basketball Courts of Revere

Mayor Brian Arrigo, a strong supporter of the PAL program, welcomes all to the season opener, noting that the City Merrimack College student Travonne Berry-Rogers lines up of Revere has increased its financial commitment to this very successful program. a shot during an early morning game.

Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky with members of his sponsored team.

Robert Geary practices a little ball- The “Keepers of the Game” – volunteers that help make the program a handling before his success every year – from left: Chris Oldoni, Chris Rose, Joe Mullaney, game. Kyle West, Adam Rizzo, Michael Micciche and Jon and Rich De Marco.

The McCarthy/Trifone Recreation Foundation made a very generous donation to the PAL program. The foundation has been making cash donations to city programs for over 20 years, totaling well over a million dollars. These funds are due to the generosity of the Fiesta Shows Carnivals that frequent the city. Some funds collected from the carnival are put in the foundation’s care to donate as they see fit. All donations are made to benefit the programs of Revere and its residents. Shown in the photo are President Jane Trifone-DeAngelo and Board members Paul Mazzone and Lynne Power and Program Director Chris Oldoni.

Pro gram D irec tor Chris O ldoni welcomes his friend and program supporter, Revere Police Chief Joe Cafarelli.

Ward 4 Councillor Patrick Keefe, Daveen Arrigo and some of the up-and-coming basketball stars.

Program Director Chris Oldoni welcomes guests, Mayor Brian Arrigo, the McCarthy/Trifine Recreation Committee, Revere Police Chief Joe Cafarelli, Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky, Ward 4 Councillor Patrick Keefe and Juan Jaramillo of State Senator Joe Boncore’s office. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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RHS Class of 2017 Graduation Ceremony

Superintendent of Revere Public Schools Dr. Diane Kelly and Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo.

It’s all over but the celebrating.

Mayor Brian Arrigo addresses the capacity crowd at Della RHS Principal Dr. Lourenco Garcia addresses the President of the RHS Class of 2017 Gianni Hill recited Russo Stadium for the 2017 Graduation Ceremony Class of 2017. the Pledge of Allegiance.

The Class of 2017 enters the stadium.

Graduate Brendan Hayes.

RHS JROTC presented the Colors for the opening ceremony.

Vice President John DeSimone gave the Invocation. Charyn Gonzalez and Marian Gil wait for their diplomas.

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RHS Class of 2017 Graduation Cere

Shown, from left to right, are City Councillors Bob Haas, Charlie Patch, Arthur Guinasso, Jessica Giannino, John Powers, Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo, and Councillor Ira Novoselsky.

Friends and classmates, Chris Anderson, John DeSimone and Gianni Hill.

RHS Grads getting excited for the moment at Della Russo Stadium.

Gianni Hill presented Michael Bonanno, a member of the RHS faculty with a gift from the Class of 2017

Valedictorian Samantha Rose, Salutatorian Hayley Petrozzelli, President Gianni Hill, Vice President John DeSimone, Secretary Cindy Murphy and Treasurer is Carolina Martinez.

Vice Chair of the Revere School Committee Stacy Rizzo

Meghan Gotham is congratulated by Mayor Arrigo. Waiting for the ceremony to start a few of the members of the RHS Class of 2017.

Samantha Woodman receives her diploma.

Lots to smile about, Senezdin Hananovic, Richard Harris, Yousef Hariri, and Mohamed Halty.

RHS Class President Gianni Hill.

Valedictorian Samantha Rose.

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emony at Harry Della Russo Stadium

Revere School Committee and Faculty, Carol Tye, Fred Sannella, Dan Maguire, Michael Ferrante, Susan Gravallesse, Stacy Rizzo, Mayor Brian Arrigo, Asst. Superintendents Josh Vadala and Danielle Mokaba-Bernardo, Superintendent Dr. Diane Kelly and Principal Dr. Lourenco Garcia. Al Terminiello Jr and Ira Novoselsky from the Revere Veterans Committee present RHS Graduate Wesley Spagnuolo with the RVC scholarship.

It was a great evening at Della Russo Stadium, lots of very happy students on their graduation day 2017.

Dr. Kelly presents Carolina Martinez her diploma last Thursday evening.

Jennifer Lopez sand the National Anthem.

School Committee member Stacy Rizzo presents Shelby Fogerty her diploma. Chris Anderson with classmates Hana Abdelouhab and Emily Alcamtar.

Mayor Arrigo with his annual selfie with the graduating class.

G u e s t s p e a ke r M i c h a e l Bonanno, taught at RHS since 2004.

Yup, its official I graduated.

Salutatorian Petrozzelli.


Abby Powers takes her walk across the stage as a graduate of RHS Class of 2017. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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St. Mary’s hosts Flag Day Dances

Julie Lania and dad Jim Bocelli are all smiles.

Ella Conti, Jim DiFilippo, Silvio and Dina Scaglione, Ann Columbro and Nat Shannon, and Louise and Joe Viarella get ready for some dancing.


he St. Mary’s Holy Name Society hosted the Annual Flag Day Dinner Dance, titled “Dancing with The Stars and Stripes,” on Saturday, June10. The “Always Dynamic DJ” Ricky Freni led the musical entertainment, and special guest Olivia Freni sang The National Anthem. Henry’s Catering Services provided a spectacular AllAmerican BBQ. Olivia Freni sings The National Anthem with fervor and patriotism!

Elaine Steblecki, Ann Piasecki and Emily and Ned Warren seem to have had enough ribs. (Photos-Stephen W. Fielding)

Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center

1. On June 16, 1941, President Franklin Roosevelt ordered what foreign consulates in the United States to close? 2. What Concord, Mass. native wrote, “I believe in the forest, and in the meadow, and in the night in which the corn grows”? 3. What is the Fortune 500? 4. Where is Smithwick’s ale brewed? 5. What does SXSW® stand for? 6. On June 17, a commercial car phone was first used in what year: 1946, 1956 or 1966? 7. What sport is featured in the movies “National Velvet” and “Bite the Bullet”? 8. Serena and Venus Williams and Kristi Yamaguchi have been featured in what ad campaign? 9. On June 17, 1775, the Battle of Bunker Hill

happened where? 10. What was the first word processor called? 11. What daredevil said, “Kid’s, do not try this at home”? 12. On June 18, 1979, the United States and Russia signed the SALT II agreement, meaning what? 13. What was the “Our Gang” of films also known as? 14. Which president proclaimed Father’s Day a federal holiday? 15. On TV’s “Happy Days” what was the father’s name? 16. What is the Italian word for sauce? 17. On June 20, 1863, what southern U.S. state was founded? 18. Who is known as “The Father of Texas”? 19. On June 22, 1750, strict minister Jonathan Edwards was fired by a church in what Massachusetts town? 20. Who was the father on TV’s “Father Knows Best”

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The Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center staff viewed an educational training video on how to respond should an active shooter enter the facility. This video was recommended by Revere Police Officer Joseph Turner of the Training Division and North Metro SWAT. The safety of seniors is always a top priority for the staff. (Photos courtesy of Stephen W. Fielding)

Marie and Nick Giacobbe display bags filled with bocce tee shirts at the 2016-2017 End-of-theYear Bocce Luncheon. Forty-eight seniors play from September to May each year. Each week Marie and Nick manage the Senior League, keep the statistics and standings, are responsible for the financials and plan the yearly lunch. They are truly great volunteers. If that isn’t enough – they also do the same thing for the Senior Bowling League.

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~ Sports ~

Hockey Pats skate to fast season start By Jerry DiStefano

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I’ll keep my house in order, neat and sparkling clean. I’ll only buy things that $32.95, you can buy your father a pair of “flatulence deodorizer tidy whities” which helps are on sale the - I’llfamily be a Coupon Queen. My For body, I promise, willyour getdad in shape something protect from Dad’s bad gas. a mere $29.95, will be- thrilled with other a than round. I’ll eat cottage cheese and drink skim milk, and lose those twenty pounds. genuine leather beer holster, so that “Dad can keep his beer within arm’s reach while freeing I’ll some muscles, workormy heart,with andthe take an exercise Zumba, lifting hisgain hands for snacks, grilling, helping kids.” How ’boutclass. a “PotYoga, ’n Putt” bathroom weights, will help me lose my a$$. I’ll learn to play the piano, and music I will read. I’ll golf set, so he can go and golf while sitting on the throne? Or a pocket cutlery set – basically practice daily for hours on end, until my fingers bleed. I’ll put other’s needs ahead a Swiss Army knife which, instead of tools, has a fold up knife, fork, spoon and, of course,of mine, and maybe thisBobber comingfloating year, I’ll feel isfulfilled as I give of myself, and find time to a can opener. The Big cooler a thoughtful gift for the fisherman or boating volunteer. I’ll grow all my veggies at home in the spring, and start them all from seed, enthusiast who can’t be far from his favorite cold adult beverage, and for the more traditional I’ll learn to polka and ballroom dance, and buy lots of books to read. I’ll learn to like soy dad, Yankee Candle now makes a scent for the bacon-loving man, complete with the scent milk and eat more sprouts, I’ll trade Dunkin’s for herbal tea. I’ll only watch shows on of sizzling bacon. Yes, friends, there’s a plethora of interesting items that the dad in your life Channel 2, and no more reality TV. Now let me just get all this straight I’m resolving a will love, but the one gift that’s number one on his list? Just leave him alone. He’ll appreciate better me. I’ll be thinner, healthier, smarter too, but I’ll live in misery. On second thought, that little bit of peace and quiet more than words can ever say. But a card would be nice, let’s forget this one idea, because I don’t a damn. onlyHappy New Year’s resolution, too, preferably that’s got a really, winning lotterygive ticket tucked My inside. Father’s Day is like the me BUZZ: for who I am…Let’s ring in the The and startBob of aUpton, new year … to Here’s Ward 2 City Councillor Ira BUZZ: Novoselsky Chairmeans of that it’s time for the Burial Mayor’s Annual State of the City Address, which takes the Rumney Marsh Ground Renovation Committee, have announced thatplace this on Monday, January at 6:00 P.M. A. DelGrosso Council Chambers year’s Bocce on the13 Beach event willin bethe heldJoseph on Saturday, July 29 (rain date: July 30) at City the Hall. Mayor Rizzo invites all to and attend. If you can’t Building. be there,Registration the addresswill will across street from the Markey Bridge the State Police also on Revere TVup onsoon Channel 9…Why not kick off theof New by Special pledging to beginbe at 8:00 a.m.; sign as there are a limited number team Year spaces. give blood? On January 16East fromBoston 2:00 - 7:00 p.m. headHealth to the Center Beachmont VFW, 150 thanks to the 2017 sponsors: Neighborhood / Neighborhood Bennington St.Boston and donate some blood. You’ll bevisit doing something good, and you’ll Pace and East Savings Bank. For more info, or call 978also receive a voucher for athe free pound of of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee…Ran-dumb 807-0167. Proceeds benefit renovation the Rumney Marsh Burial Ground,thoughts: which It’s almost and I can’t believe it’s beenSites a whole year since I didn’t a better is listed on 2014, the National Register of Historic … FoodSTUFF: In the become continuing person; UPS ishappening responsible for millions of Christmas arriving late? here’s saga of “What’s to Dunkin’ Donuts/my love-hategifts relationship: Still in aOK, state of my take on - How ‘boutgo-to shifting a little of that responsibility over to the millions mourning forthat my summertime drink, the late, great Coffee Coolatta, I decided to giveof morons whoCoolatta didn’t realize that a.k.a. Christmas was actually December 25th year, Iand Dunk’s new wannabe, “Frozen Coffee,” a try. I wanted to lovethis it. Really had 350+ days to get those packages sent? Hmmm?…So there we were, sitting at the did. I approached it with great enthusiasm, an open mind and a thirsty throat. The verdict? bar at DeMaino’s on the Friday after Christmas with the usual suspects/regulars, all Yuck and double yuck! Not sure if it was the horribly bitter aftertaste in every sip, the odd oil of us sick of Christmas leftovers and craving a “real” meal. The big screen TVs were slick–like feeling in my mouth, or the leftover bubbles that never dissolved in my cup which tuned to the game “the Military Bowl”, most of us heardLet’s of. reminded me football of photos of the- aftermath of the Exxonwhich Valdez tragedy onhad our never shorelines. At one point, my Honey voiced his opinion “The only difference between the Military just move on from this life-altering, major disappointment, because the less said, the better Bowl and a Surprises regular football is that in that a regular football game, they7:00-8:30 run up and … Shorebird – DCR game has announced on Tuesday, June 27 from down the field. In the Military Bowl, they go, left, right, left, right…” Funny. Andand you p.m., you can “explore beautiful Revere Beach for shorebirds and Manx Shearwaters think it’s easy?…Speaking of funny, I promised a certain guy who can oft be seen in learn how these birds are adapted for survival. Walk up to 3 miles on the beach, on mud flats warm weather tooling around town in a little Corvette, and who’s initials are Bob MacC and paths. Some binoculars and a spotting scope will be provided but please bring these -items that Iif would putthem. this “joke” the BUZZ. Apparently, hysterically you have Meet in across the street from One “everybody” Carey Circlethinks on theit’s sidewalk of funny. Except me. Raiselot.” your this makes you A penguin walks intobyathe bar, the semicircular parking … hand In lastifweek’s BUZZ, welaugh: announced an appearance goes to the and says the bartender, “Havehad you my twin brother?” The one and onlycounter Jerry Valcour. Histoconcert, unfortunately, to seen be rescheduled, so the new bartender says, “I don’t know. 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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 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. “ThisMcKinnon’s is such aBest great start for a great group of kids,” Revere Beef – USDA Choice McKinnon’s Own 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 The Very Thrill the Lynn Jets. The PatriotsBest were lead forthis forable to possess a 2-1Grill with the majority of the game,Dad! until the third period. LynnEXCELLENT scored PRICE! a quick goal, that tied the score 2-2, the Jets broke the tie with one minute never gave and– Grade decided McKinnon’s Best left. Beef –Revere USDA Choice Familyup Pack ‘A’ 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,” Another Compare Classic & Save! Ciccarello said. “Of course it would have been nice to win, Dad will but we played great and that’s Love!all I can ask for.” Revere next had Everett in their sights. The Patriots took Fresh Cut Daily McKinnon’s Own the momentum they created from the Lynn game and unMARINATED leashed on the Crimson Tide, to theTURKEY tune of a 5-1 victory. TIPS Revere then had to travel south to play Bourne. TheSave Pa$1.50 lb. triots 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. Golden Revere answered with three Seedless McKinnon’s Own unanswered goals and took a 4-1 lead. The Patriots fell asleep in the third period, and Bourne answered with three unanswered goals of their own, that tied the game 4-4 with 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 gameRay’s Hood winner withSweet one Baby minute left. “It has been someone different every game,” Ciccarello said. “It really has beenSave a collective team effort, and the story $1.98 Save $1.30 on 2 of our season is someone new stepping up in a big way.” Revere in their last game came out flat as can be against Lowell on the road, and the Patriots were defeated 5-1. 8 Packs McKinnon’s Own “It was the last game after a long road trip,” Ciccarello said. “None of us from coaches to the players were mentally Save prepared for this game. We will bounce back and have a $5.98 on 2 much better effort in our next game.” Revere will look for a bounce back effort on Tuesday (December 31st), at home against Somerville. Sliced to Order McKinnon’s Own

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RHS Patriots Softball Senior Night

The RHS Patriots Varsity Softball Team is play-off bound. After the final two wins the Lady Patriots anxiously await the standings over the weekend.

Samantha Woodman with her mom, Dawn and dad, Giana Berkowitz with her mom, Rosa and dad, Al and Myrna Andrea Lauria with her dad, Andrew and Bob and sister Emily. Adreani. grandfather, Vincent Lauria.

Emily Woodman and Katie O’Donnell at the grill. Tia Fichera with her mom, Jeanie and Aunt Celeste.

Elizabeth Lake with her mom, Erika Svendsen and Uncle Carl Svendsen.

Patriot Seniors from left; Andrea Lauria, Victoria Puopolo, Samantha Woodman, Vanessa Victoria and Vanessa Puopolo with their parents, Michelle and Puopolo, Elizabeth Lake, Giana Berkowitz and Tia Fichara. Paul and Sabrina Puopolo and Jessica Mulry.

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“Today is a poignant reminder of the dangers faced daily of those brave enough to wear the uniform,” said Arrigo. “They go into the job knowing the stakes are high.” He also thanked Fire Chief Chris Bright for his service. Bright became chief only a year ago and Arrigo said he has served Revere with excellence. Bright spoke of the difference between rookie firefighters and veterans. “Young firefighters fall in love with the job never realizing the troubles they may face,” said Bright. “They feel invincible. Seasoned firefighters know better.” He said what makes a department strong is teamwork and that each day they work together to make sure everyone can go home to their families. However, that is not always the case. “This is our humble way to pay tribute


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city next budget season. He said he has heard rumors that he is leaving but noticed his position is budgeted for in FY 2018. Arrigo said Boukili, a Somerville resident, will no longer be working for the city after June 30. Boukili received a residency waiver with the understanding he would move to Revere within a year but instead had recently taken out nomination papers for a City Council seat in Somerville. “I told the council I would not be asking for extensions and I am not,” said Arrigo. “It is a big loss for the city.” Arrigo said he budgeted for the position because he would like to find somebody else for that role. Boukili made $120,000 and Patch said from the start he thought the salary was too high for the role. Arrigo said the new person in the position might not make the same salary as Boukili. “This grants me flexibility,” said Arrigo as to why the salary is the same in the budget. Patch said he would like to see the police chief make a higher salary. While the new police chief has not been chosen yet, he is budgeted to make $175,000 next year. “I have always thought that was too low,” said Patch. Also, this year, the budget fully funds positions at the new 311 call system center, which will officially launch this fall. The City Council will continue their budget meetings through next week.

to our members that didn’t make it home to their families,” he said. This year, Bright came up with a new idea for the ceremony and the fire station bell was rung in honor of those lost.

Others also thanked Revere fighters. “These men and women are our heroes. They risk their lives for our families,” said Speaker of the House Bob DeLeo. “Thanks for your commitment.” Senator Joe Boncore said firefighters are some of the bravest people out there.

“When there is trouble, they run to it,” he said. Arrigo said the role of firefighters is always changing. He credited them for helping with the opioid crisis. In 2015, Revere’s fire department became first in the nation to stock its trucks with Narcan. They also de-

Page 21 veloped a program to send firefighters back to homes where someone overdosed to follow-up with them and give them information on where they can go to get help. “You have saved so many lives in so many ways,” said Arrigo.

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Our Lady of Lourdes Mass

Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen

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Obituaries Marilyn B. “Marney” (Clarke) Leyden

How to Hire a Home Helper Dear Savvy Senior, I would like to hire a personal assistant/home helper for my mom to assist with some simple household chores like housekeeping, errand running, driving her to the doctor, and keeping her company. But mom doesn’t require personal/physical caregiving nor does she require any home medical care. Any tips to help us find someone? Looking for Mom Dear Looking, Getting your mom some help at home to handle some of her household chores can make a big difference keeping her independent longer. Here’s what you should know, along with some tips to help you find someone reliable for your mom. Home Helpers For seniors who could use some help at home – but don’t need a caregiving aide for personal care – there are a bevy of personal assistance/home helpers out there that can help make life a little easier. Most home helpers can assist with any number of things like shopping, running errands, transportation, light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, arranging services (home maintenance, lawn care, etc.) and other household chores, along with providing companionship and support. And, if your mom gets to the point she needs personal/ physical care like bathing or dressing, they can usually help with this too. Most home helpers are part time workers who work a few hours a day or a few days per week. You also need to know that while Medicare does cover home health care services if a doctor orders it, they do not cover home helper/personal assistant services. There are two ways in which you can go about hiring someone for your mom; either through a home care agency, or you can hire someone directly on your own. Home Care Agency Hiring a home helper through a non-medical home care, or non-medical companion care agency is the easiest, but most expensive option of the two. Costs run anywhere from $12 up to $30 an hour depending on where you live and the qualification of the assistant/aide. How it works is you pay the company, and they handle everything including assigning appropriately trained and prescreened staff to care for your mom, and finding a fill-in on days her helper cannot come. Some of the drawbacks, however, are that you may not have much input into the selection of the aide, and the helpers may change or alternate, which can cause a disruption. To find a home care agency in your area, Google “non-medical home care” followed by the city and state your mom lives in, or you can use Medicare’s home health agencies search tool Most home health agencies offer some form of non-medical home care services too. You can also check your local yellow pages under “home healthcare services.” Hiring Directly Hiring a personal assistant/home helper on your own is the other option, and it’s less expensive. Costs typically range between $10 and $20 per hour. Hiring directly also gives you more control over who you hire so you can choose someone who you feel is right for your mom. But, be aware that if you do hire someone on your own, you become the employer so there’s no agency support to fall back on if a problem occurs or if the assistant doesn’t show up. You’re also responsible for paying payroll taxes and any worker-related injuries that may happen. If you choose this option make sure you check the person’s references thoroughly, and do a criminal background check. To find someone, ask for referrals through friends or check online job boards like, or try, CareLinx. com, or 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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of North Reading. Cherished grandfather of Danielle, Josephine, Gregorio, and Gianna. Also survived by brothers, sisters and many nieces and nephews in Italy and Venezuela. Funeral was held from the Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno Funeral home, Revere on Saturday, June 10. Funeral Mass in St Anthony’s Church. Gregorio immigrated to America in 1967 from Salemi Sicily. Former member local 22. Gre-

gorio enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren and working his garden. Entombment Woodlawn Mausoleum. For guestbook please visit Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno.

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ne of the Founding Members of Revere Society for Cultural & Historic Preservation. On June 9, at 87 years in Revere ending a lengthy period of failing health. Beloved wife of the late Frederick V. Leyden. Cherished mother of Mary Ellen Dakin & husband of Ret. Revere Supt. of Schools, Paul S. Dakin of Revere, Peter C. Leyden & wife Holly of Wakefield, Nancy M. Porter of Revere, Robert M. Leyden & wife Rhonda of Plymouth & the late William C. & John M. Leyden & Joan E. Reardon. Dear sister of Dorothy “Dorsey” Benoit & her late husband John of Peabody, Robert Clarke of Revere & the late Gladys Maguire, Eileen & Thomas Clarke. Cherished grandmother to Jennifer L. Leyden of Salem, Michael P. Dakin of Revere, Dr. Christina M. Porter & her husband Andrew Turchon of Salem, Brian T. Dakin & wife Amber of Revere, Jacqueline L. Leyden of Wakefield, Thomas Leyden & wife Summer of Weymouth, Maura Cugini of Georgetown, MA, Beth M. Dakin & husband Geoffrey Garen of San Jose CA, Daniel Leyden of Sacramento CA, Lauren Porter of Chelsea, Peter Leyden of Plymouth & Ellen Reardon & her fiance Nick Botto of Everett. Also lovingly survived by her former son-inlaw, Atty. Stephen F. Reardon of Revere, her 5 adoring great grandchildren Olivia, Norah, Evelyn, Melody & Lily & many nieces, nephews, grand nieces & grand nephews. Funeral was held from the Vertuccio & Smith Home for Funerals, Revere on Tuesday, June 13, followed by the Funeral Mass in the Immaculate Conception Church, Revere. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. Past President of the Immaculata Guild. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Revere Society for Cultural & Historic Preservation, 108 Beach St, Revere, MA 02151.

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OBITUARIES | from page 23 Charles and Margaret (Driscoll) Gorman. He will be sadly missed by his many friends. A Semper FI Marine Corporal. Mike honorably served in Vietnam earning many honors and metals including the Purple Heart. He was an avid dog racing fan. He held court at the old Wonderland dog track and most recently at Plain Ridge race track. A committal service was held for Michael at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne on Wednesday June 14. Funeral arrangements under the direction of the Paul Buonfiglio & SonsBruno Funeral Home 128 Revere St, Revere. For guestbook please visit Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Burno.

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SAUGUS ~ Come see this 9 room, 6 bed cape. Private location., 3 bathrooms, hardwood flooring, new kitchen with granite, new roof, siding, windows, …………………….$520,000

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