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Marijuana bill headed to Governor’s Thousands head to Revere Beach for this weekend’s International Sand Sculpting Festival Desk would allow Revere to “opt out” of commercial sales

By The Advocate


Sand sculptors are shown preparing the centerpiece for the 2017 Annual International Sand Sculpting Competition on Revere Beach this weekend. This year’s theme for the festival is the Tall Ships and the USS Constitution. See page 2 for the schedule of events. (Advocate photo)

By Sara Brown


housands are expected to flock to Revere Beach this weekend for 15th Annual International Sand Sculpting Festival. This year’s theme will be celebrating the Tall Ships that visited Boston at the beginning of summer. The centerpiece will be a 20-foot-wide sand-sculpture recreation of the USS Constitution along with a 10-foot-

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tall lighthouse. The weekend also features live entertainment, food trucks, local vendors and fireworks. There will be sand-sculpting lessons over the course of the weekend as well as a children’s competition. Boston resident Samantha Woodworth visited Revere Beach a few days before the festivities began to check out the sculptors at work. “I am not able to go this year so I want-

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ed to see what I could,” she said. “They are so talented and I am impressed every year.” She said she tries to go with her family every year when she can. Woodworth also said the event is a chance to check out Revere Beach as well. She said she has seen Revere Beach “transform” over recent years and it is always a joy to go to. There are 16 competitors for the solo competition that come from all around the world, including local sand sculptor Deborah Barrett from Saugus. There are also competitors from Russia, Canada, Italy and Lithuania. There are also people from the states – hailing from Rhode Island and California. Sand sculptors for the Solo Competition are as follows: • Deborah Barrett-Cutulle of Saugus • Mélineige Beauregard of Quebec, Canada • Dan Belcher of St. Louis, Missouri • Jonathan ‘Jobi’ Bouchard of Montreal, Canada • Paul Hoggard of Bulgaria • Dmitry Klimenko of St. Petersburg, Russia • Sue McGrew of Tacoma, Washington • Pavel Mylnikov of Moscow, Russia • Andrius Petkus of Lithuania


evere last fall voted against the state law that eventually legalized the sale of commercial marijuana throughout Massachusetts. But the bill that lawmakers passed this week and sent to Gov. Charlie Baker’s desk will protect the local option of communities like Revere and Saugus – which voted against legalizing commercial marijuana. In 2016, voters statewide approved Question 4 by a 54-percent margin – allowing the possession, use, distribution and cultivation of limited amounts of marijuana by persons age 21 and older – as opposed to Revere voters, who were 51-percent against it citywide. The new bill would allow cities and towns that voted against the legalization of marijuana to opt out. Cities and towns that approved the legalization of marijuana could still have a way to opt out – but would have to have a town or citywide vote. Gov. Baker has 10 days to sign, veto or amend the bill once it reaches his desk. “The final legislation allows the legislative body of a municipality who voted against Question 4 on the November 2016 ballot to prohibit or restrict marijuana establishments,”said State Representative RoseLee Vincent in an email statement to The Advocate. “Because the City of Revere voted no in November, the Revere City Council would have the authority to prohibit or restrict marijuana establishments.” Communities that approve the sale of marijuana can have a 17 percent tax on marijuana sales, but can also add an addition 3 percent local option tax,

according to State Representative Donald Wong. Many city councillors have voiced their opposition to retail marijuana stores opening in Revere. Marijuana stores can only be banned in cities and towns that supported the ballot initiative last year if a majority of voters approve. In a major change in the law, local governing boards can ban marijuana shops without a town-wide referendum if they voted against Question 4 last year. “I believe the Conference Committee produced a very good piece of legislation with regard to the implementation of recreational marijuana,” said Representative Vincent. “As a member of the Joint Committee on Marijuana, I attended many hearings and listened to arguments on both sides of the debate. At the end of the day, I believe the final bill that the Legislature sent to the Governor is a good compromise. It preserves the integrity of the ballot question while setting up a regulatory structure which will allow for local control and sets a tax rate that balances state and local revenue while impeding the black market. I want to thank Speaker DeLeo, Chairman Cusack and Majority Leader Mariano for their work in crafting this final bill.”

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2017 INTERNATIONAL SAND SCULPTING FESTIVAL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Friday, July 21 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. – Festival Open 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. – Live Music from the Johnny Romance Band 5:00 p.m. – Sand Sculpting Competition Ends 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. – Live Music from Richie Rich and the 24 Karat Funk

5:45 p.m. – Welcome Ceremony at Stage 8:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. – Live Music from Overdrive Saturday, July 22 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. – Festival Open 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. – Live Music from Decades of Rock 1:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m. – Live

Music from Brian Richard Trio 2:00 p.m. – Sculpting Competition Ends 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. – People’s Choice Voting 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. – Live Music from Smokin’ Joe and the Henchmen 6:00 p.m. – Awards Ceremony

Sunday, July 23 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. – Festival Open 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. – Music from DJ Eddie Ahearn

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p.m. There will be 12 parking spaces. Manager Larry Jimerson said he has two other locations: in Chelsea and the Seaport District of Boston. “I just want to offer simple barbeque to the city of Revere,” he said. Commissioner Linda Guinasso said she was surprised the building could fit 50 people since she knows the building very well and considers it small. Jimerson said he probably won’t use all 50 seating spaces allowed, which was already on the books. “I don’t need that kind of space,” he said. “Most of it will be for a kitchen.” Some in the neighborhood were worried about an all liquor license in the community. “It’s not Broadway in Chelsea. It’s not the Seaport District,” said Ward Five Councillor John Powers. “It’s a fami-

ly neighborhood. I don’t like the idea of all alcohol going in there.” Powers said he was fine with a barbeque establishment going in the area and even if they had a beer and wine license but didn’t think it was appropriate for an all liquor license. “It’s the wrong place,” he said. Jimerson said his staff will receive all the training necessary for dealing with hard liquor. He also said there is a reason why he wants to close early at 11 p.m. “We don’t want to be the neighborhood bar where people can stagger out of to find their way home,” he said. Commissioner Guinasso agreed with Powers. “I don’t think it is the right area for this,” she said. However, her colleagues voted against her, 2 to 1, in favor of granting the license.

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Tradition renewed: Row, Row, Row In Revere race for Autism Aug. 19 Event sponsors, volunteers and raffle items still needed

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or over 20 years Row, Row, Row To Revere attracted hundreds of participants and spectators benefitting Spina Bifida. The canoe race from Nahant beach to Revere Beach was the highlight of the summer until the event was dis-

continued. Well, times and the name have changed but the canoe race is back and better than ever! The Return of Row, Row, Row In Revere on Saturday, August 19, 2017 will bring canoers and kayakers from the Point of Pines Yacht Club, down the Pines River to North Shore Marine and then back to

the POP Yacht Club finish line. The after-party will take place just up the road at Marina @ The Wharf Restaurant & Bar on North Shore Road. The event is still seeking sponsors, donations and raffle items as well as volunteers for the event. Please view the event website at: and our Facebook page: RowRowRow-

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• Morgan Rudluff of Santa Cruz, California • Susanne Ruesler of Utrecht, Netherlands • Steve Topazio of Tiverton, Rhode Island • Nikolay Torkov of Moscow, Russia • Leonardo Ugolini of Forli, Italy • Marianne van den Broek of Key West, Florida • Abe Waterman of Prince Edward Island, Canada The 2017 International Sand Sculpting Festival will also feature the availability of lessons from highly-trained sand sculpting professionals. Returning, once again, to lead these lessons are Sandi‘Castle’Stirling and Raymond Poirier of Ontario, Canada.

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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.

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quality awards spotlight providers across the nation that have a commitment to providing quality care for residents and patients in long-term and post-acute care centers and communities. Additionally, the Leonard Florence Center for Living in Chelsea received the Bronze level award, which is the first step in the awards process. “We are so honored to receive these prestigious awards,”

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New Rules For Commercial Vehicle Parking Effective August 1, 2017

To all Revere residents and business owners: This year, in response to concerns from residents about commercial vehicles parked on residential streets that are not registered in Revere, the City of Revere is implementing important changes to the commercial vehicle parking ordinance. Please be aware of the following changes, which will be implemented via a warning phase in August, followed by full enforcement in September. ● In order to park a commercial vehicle overnight on a public way within the City of Revere, you must apply for a Commercial Vehicle Parking Permit and your vehicle must meet the following criteria: ○ A valid business certificate must be on file with the City Clerk’s Office for the business associated with the commercial vehicle. You can mailin the attached permit appli-


cation, or submit it in person at the parking clerk’s office at City Hall. ○ The Commercial vehicle shall be registered to a Revere address. ○ Vehicle shall be under 10,000 pounds – gross manufacturer’s weight ○ Vehicle shall have less than six wheels ○ The Traffic Division of the Police Department shall inspect the size of the vehicle and provide a recommendation, on an approved form, to the Parking Clerk on whether said vehicle meets the size criteria. ● Only one (1) commercial vehicle permit will be issued per household ● The permit shall only be valid on the street in which the vehicle is registered. ● The cost of the permit shall be $420 per calendar year starting in 2018. A permit for the remainder of 2017 starting this July will be free if

your vehicle meets the criteria; however, you will have to pay upon renewing for 2018. Permits shall expire on December 31 each year. If permit is lost or stolen, permit will not be replaced under any circumstances. ● Hours of enforcement for overnight commercial parking have been changed from 10:00 p.m.-8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.-8:00 a.m. ● The price of the violation for overnight parking of a commercial vehicle is increased from $25.00 to $50.00. If you reside on a street that is also designated as “Resident Parking,” you will not require a residential parking sticker in addition to your commercial vehicle permit. Thank you for your cooperation with this new ordinance. We all have a role to play in making sure vehicles parked on our residential streets are properly registered within the City of Revere.

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ton; the Dec. 22, 2016, robbery of a Citizens Bank branch in Boston; the Dec. 23, 2016, robbery of an East Boston Savings Bank branch in East Boston; the Dec. 23, 2016, robbery of a Commerce Bank branch in Boston; the Dec. 24, 2016, robbery of a Citizens Bank branch in Boston; the Dec. 27, 2016, robbery of a Brookline Bank branch in Malden; the Jan. 4, 2017, robbery of an East Boston Savings Bank branch in South Boston; and the Jan. 6, 2017, robbery of a Meetinghouse Bank branch in Dorchester. Mandracchia was arrested in Chelsea on Jan. 7, 2017, and confessed to robbing the banks. The charge of bank robbery provides for a sentence of no greater than 20 years in prison, three years of supervised release, and a fine of up to $250,000 on each count. Sentences are imposed by a federal district court judge based on the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors. District of Massachusetts Acting United States Attorney William D. Weinreb and Harold H. Shaw, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Boston Field Division, made the announcement this week. The Police Departments of Fall River, Boston, Malden and Chelsea assisted with the investigation. Assistant U.S. Attorney Kelly Begg Lawrence of Weinreb’s Major Crimes Unit has been prosecuting the case.

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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 debate on the fiscal year 2018 budget approved by the Legislature and sent to Gov. Charlie Baker. There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. $300,000 FOR CENTRALIZED PUBLIC HOUSING WAITING LIST (S 3) Senate 37-0, approved

an amendment providing $300,000 for the creation and implementation of a centralized waiting list for people seeking to rent a unit in state public housing. Amendment supporters said this is part of the plan to modernize the state’s public housing system and local housing authorities. They noted the waiting lists are long and among other things, the centralized list will al-

low smaller local housing authorities to see where there is availability in other communities. (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes $50,000 FOR AUTISM (S 3) Senate 37-0, approved an amendment providing $50,000 for the Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (CANDO) that provides comprehensive clinical services to children with autism spectrum and other neurodevelopmental disorders. Amendment supporters said the center was launched four years ago to fill a void and is the first-ever interdisciplinary autism disorder clinic in Metro West and Central Massachusetts. They said the clinic’s services are provided by specialists at every stage

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of patient care, from evaluation and treatment to transition to community providers. (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes $2 MILLION FOR SHANNON POLICE GRANTS (S 3) Senate 38-0, approved an amendment increasing funding by $2 million (from $5 million to $7 million) for the state’s Shannon Community Safety Initiative to reduce gang violence across the state. The program was established in 2006, in honor of the late Sen. Charlie Shannon who was also a police officer. The state’s website describes the program as one that is aimed at combating gang violence through coordinated prevention and intervention, law enforcement, prosecution and reintegration programs. Amendment supporters said these grants have been successful in helping to combat and reduce youth, gun and gang violence in the state. They noted the program increases community outreach to at-risk youths and provides them with positive opportunities and information that help divert them away from gang activity. (A “Yes” vote is for the amendment.) Sen. Joseph Boncore Yes HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK’S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Leg-

islature’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 latenight 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 1014, the House met for a total of 10 hours and 55 minutes and the Senate met for a total of three hours and 54 minutes. MON. JULY 10 House11:00 a.m. to 11:17 a.m. Senate 11:07 a.m. to 11:51 p.m. TUES.JULY 11 House11:06 a.m. to1:05 p.m. Senate 11:03 a.m. to1:01 p.m. WED. JULY 12 House11:04 a.m. to4:00 p.m. No Senate session THURS. JULY 13 House 11:01 a.m. to 2:44 p.m. Senate11:03 a.m. to12:15 p.m. FRI. JULY 14 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at

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City’s Vet Director reunites Navy Veterans him down in Wayland, MA. Thanks to Marc’s hard work, Dick and Alyn were reunited after 60 years. They spent some time today talking with Boston 25 News’ Jacqui Heinrich about their time in the service and how they came to be reunited. They also shared photos of their time overseas. Marc presented them with

D ick Hayes gree t s Al y n Pinkofsky for the first time since their Navy service decades ago.


ick Hayes, a US Navy veteran from Revere, came to the city’s Veterans Services office seeking assistance. However, some of his records from the 1950’s were not

available so the VA requested a support letter from someone he served with. Dick had a friend from Mass. on the USS Intrepid and USS Wasp named Alyn Pinkofsky - but he hadn’t seen Alyn in nearly 60 years. Marc Silvestri, our city’s director of Veterans Services and a decorated veteran, went above and beyond to search for Alyn. After using social media and public records, he managed to track

hats from the USS Wasp and USS Intrepid on which they both served. Alyn’s support will help Dick apply for the benefits he’s earned to address hearing issues he has due to years of working near fighter jets. Thank you to Dick and Alyn for your ser vice to our country, and thank you

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Boston 25 News’ Jacqui Heinrich interviews the Dick Hayes and Alyn Pinkofsky. (Courtesy City of Revere Veterans Office)



ur next meeting will be on July 11, 2017 Events: August 12: Sea the South Shore - $98.00.Visit Scituate Lighthouse, lunch at Barker Tavern. After lunch w e’ l l v i s i t P l y m o u t h t o board the paddle-wheeled

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Veteran of Foreign Wars Stanley T. King retires as Department of Massachusetts State Quartermaster

Past State Quartermaster Stan King with Wife Pat and family


eterans of Foreign Wars Post 2346 Post Quartermaster Stan King retired from his 20 years of service with the Department of Massachusetts as State Quartermaster.

Stan is surrounded by his family and Spouse Pat King at a retirement party recently held at Jimmy’s Steer House in Saugus on June 25. The Retirement Event was given by his family and he

Shown above are 17 Past State Commanders from the Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Massachusetts.Bottom row, second from the left is Stan King.

was honored by the presence of 16 past state Commanders from the Department of Massachusetts Veterans of Foreign Wars. There were three rounds of cheers presented to Stan

King for a job well done in keeping the books in order and providing much support both at his VFW Post 2346 and in his position as Massachusetts State Department Quartermaster.

Stan has decided to slow down his pace, but will continue to support his local Post as its Quartermaster and Post Advocate. Stan is looking forward to spending more time with his family.

Cambridge Health Alliance expands Women’s Health Services in Revere


he CHA Revere Care Center, which is located at 454 Broadway in Revere, completed a major expansion in 2015 and just completed a second phase of expansion with a brandnew Women’s Health Center. Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) now offers a complete range of services for the whole family – from award-winning, nationally recognized primary care to a full-service OB/GYN and

women’s health center. The newly renovated space doubles the size of the previous facility. It includes two additional exam rooms, one new procedure room, a larger waiting area and ultrasound on site. CHA Women’s Health at the Revere Care Center focuses on the full spectrum of women’s health, offering services for pregnant women as well as family planning with experienced doctors, certified

nurse-midwives and specialists in perimenopause and menopause care. “We care for women by fostering relationships that are based on respect and focus on women’s health and wellness. Our beautiful new space provides a warm and caring environment for women to receive all the care they need from routine prenatal care to surgery consultations,” said Andrea Chisholm, MD, of CHA’s

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485-8200. An academic community health system, Cambridge Health Alliance is committed to providing high quality care in Cambridge, Somerville and Boston’s metronorth communities. CHA has expertise in primary care, specialty care and mental health/substance use services, as well as in caring for diverse and complex populations. It includes three hospital campuses, a network of primary care and specialty practices and the Cambridge Public Health Department. CHA patients have seamless access to advanced care through the system’s affiliation with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. CHA is a Harvard Medical School teaching affiliate and is also affiliated with Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Tufts University School of Medicine. For more information, visit


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THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, July 21, 2017 THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, January 3, 2014

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~ Sports ~

Hockey Pats skate to fast season start By Jerry DiStefano

Greetings, neighbors, and welcome to the Beach BUZZ…We’ve got some New Howdy, friends, and welcome to the Beach City BUZZ.City Raise your hand if you’re already Year’s resolutions in verse, of course: My life is so disorganized, but I’ve got a great looking forward to apple picking, cool autumn breezes and sweatshirt weather. MEEEE! solution self improvement is hater, my New Year’s resolution. I’vedone. takenAND, a hard look at I’m ready!- total As a self-proclaimed heat I hereby declare that I am here’s myself, and don’t like what I see. So in the coming year, I’ll become a better me. I’ll do the good news: Only 63 more days until it’s fall – otherwise known as “Everything Pumpkin some crafts, and learn to cook, my soufflés will be divine. And when I’m in a restaurant, Spice” season. Woo hoo! OK, so if you need a little help getting through the rest of this I’ll be asizzling snob ‘bout wine. I’ll go to bed got early, withhelpful a cuphints of warm milk,Make I’ll become anice early sticky, summer weather, we’ve some for you: your own riser. I’ll learn to balance my checkbook too, and become an organizer. I’ll study a foreign cream sandwiches the easy way: Take a pint of ice cream, cut it the short way into four slices language, French maybe two Spanish. pay off allchip myorbills on time, and all and put themaybe ice cream slicesorbetween nice, bigI’llchocolate oatmeal cookies. Putmy debts will vanish. I’ll quit my smoking, drinking too, and then I’ll feel quite healthy. them in a ziplock baggie and pop into the freezer for your future enjoyment. This one’s fun:I’ll save some money every will in make meawealthy. And when I’m driving Put your pillowcases, boxerweek, shortsand and that nighties (again) ziplock baggie and put it into the in my car, I won’t flip off the bird. I’ll keep my calm, and smile a lot, and forget 4 letter freezer. A very coooool way to hit the sack. Put the sticks from your kids’ popsicles through words. keep my house and and sparkling clean. melting I’ll onlyand buymore things that are a paper I’ll or foil cupcake linerin toorder, catch neat the drips avoid messy laundry. on saleevery - I’ll be a Coupon Queen. My and body, I promise, will get in to shape something Before beach trip, dust your feet legs with baby powder keep-sand from other than round. I’ll This eat cottage andif drink milk,inand those twenty pounds. sticking. (Note: might notcheese be a plan you’reskim frolicking the lose water.) Baby powder also I’ll gainwell some muscles, work Just my heart, and an exercise class.the Yoga, works to keep ants away. sprinkle on take doorsteps or anyplace little Zumba, buggers lifting are weights, mevisiting lose my I’ll learn theplastic piano,container and music read. I’ll known to will Before thea$$. beach, wash to outplay an old fromI will suntan lotion practice hours on end, until my bleed. I’ll Another put other’s needs ahead and keepdaily your for keys and other valuables in itfingers for safety’s sake. use for ziplock bagsof mine, and cellphone maybe this coming year, feelout. fulfilled as I give myself, time to – put your in one to keep theI’llsand (Honestly, whyof didn’t I justand writefind a column volunteer. I’ll grow my veggies at home in the spring, them alllow from seed, on the creative uses all of ziplock baggies?) Freeze some grapesand for start a refreshing, calorie I’ll learn polka lots of of wine books to read. I’ll learn like soy treat. Youtocan alsoand popballroom the frozendance, grapesand intobuy a glass – guaranteed to elicittooohs and aaahs for eat that more Martha Stewart a big for glass of cold milkI’ll and an watch Oreo cookie milk and sprouts, I’lltouch. trade Need Dunkin’s herbal tea. only showsfix? on If you love2,dipping cookies the milk, hatejust messy finger a fork a Channel and noyour more realityinTV. Now but let me get all thisresidue, straightjust - I’mstick resolving into theme. cookie filling and dip away without thetoo, mess; beer or On soda cans or bottles better I’ll be thinner, healthier, smarter but Empty I’ll live the in misery. second thought, from forget the cardboard they came placegive a clean plasticMy garbage bag Year’s inside the box, fill let’s this idea,case because really,in,I don’t a damn. only New resolution, with cans back in. Instant your little onestart is slipping and year slidingmeans in is to ice likeand meput forthe who I am…Let’s ring cooler. in the IfBUZZ: The of a new the kiddie pool, stick some bathtub appliqués on the bottom of the pool to keep the young that it’s time for the Mayor’s Annual State of the City Address, which takes place on uns upright. Final tip,13 and that I personally practiceA. and wholeheartedly endorse: To Monday, January atone 6:00 P.M. in the Joseph DelGrosso Council Chambers stay cool on hot, hot days, do NOTHING. It’s easy, free, refreshing and ecologically sound, at City Hall. Mayor Rizzo invites all to attend. If you can’t be there, the address will as you conserving energy – your9…Why own. You’re welcome. Here’s cool, BUZZ:to also bewill onbe Revere TV on Channel not kick off the Newthe Year bycool pledging The sand sculptures are coming! The sand sculptures are coming! And right behind them150 give blood? On January 16 from 2:00 - 7:00 p.m. head to the Beachmont VFW, are the crowds, the traffic and all the excitement that goes along with the 14th Annual Bennington St. and donate some blood. You’ll be doing something good, and you’ll International Sculpting Festival place Donuts on the beach this weekend. For the also receive aSand voucher for a free poundtaking of Dunkin’ coffee…Ran-dumb thoughts: complete of events, visit (Waybecome too mucha going It’s almostschedule 2014, and I can’t believe it’s been a whole year since I didn’t better on to print here.) for my own the festival: I amarriving not a fan of crowds. So person; UPS is Now responsible for helpful millionshint of on Christmas gifts late? OK, here’s as I take haveon done most years in the past, Iawill take on down to the beach at the butt- of my that - How ‘bout shifting little of myself that responsibility over to the millions crack of dawn, park my sweet bright orange vehicle on the Boulevard closethis proximity morons who didn’t realize that Christmas was actually Decemberin25th year, and to the sculptures, nice leisurely stroll minus the thousands of tourists andsitting get upat the had 350+ days totake getathose packages sent? Hmmm?…So there we were, closeatand personal with the Friday amazing works of art. I highly this method and all bar DeMaino’s on the after Christmas with recommend the usual suspects/regulars, can’t wait to view this year’s masterpieces … Ran-dumb thoughts: Regular BUZZ TVs readers of us sick of Christmas leftovers and craving a “real” meal. The big screen were know that there’s never a dull moment with my MR. around. You might even say he’s the of. tuned to the football game - “the Military Bowl”, which most of us had never heard Ricky my Lucy. So here’s one his more fabulously funny that took place At onetopoint, my Honey voiced opinion - “The onlyconversation difference between the Military last week: I’m a gardener and have a great big perennial flower garden in my front Bowl and a regular football game is that in a regular football game, they runyard. up and There’s a huge display of purple coneflowers, otherwise known as Echinacea. Echinacea down the field. In the Military Bowl, they go, left, right, left, right…” Funny. And you (pronounced ek-in-ay-sha) is made into an herbal supplement that is said to fend off colds think it’s easy?…Speaking of funny, I promised a certain guy - who can oft be seen in and allergies and boost the immune system. As the MR. was admiring the flowers, I was warm weather tooling around town in a little Corvette, and who’s initials are Bob MacC explaining all this herbal stuff to him. To which he commented, “Really? I thought Echinacea - that I would put this “joke” in the BUZZ. Apparently, “everybody” thinks it’s hysterically was just the opposite. Like when you’re very sick and want to ‘check out’ – like, ‘Oh, crap, funny. Except me. Raise your hand if this makes you laugh: A penguin walks into a bar, I have a horrible cold, and I just want to die.’” “Um, no, Honey. That’s EUTHANASIA. Nice goes to the counter and says to the bartender, “Have you seen my twin brother?” The try …” Here’s a super fun event that’s just been announced, and it’s not happening for a bartender says, “I don’t know. What does he look like?”…OK, did we see any hands while, but definitely something to look forward to: the City of Revere will be presenting raised? Me neither…That’s it for the BUZZ, BUZZers. Have a happy and safe New the 2017 Fall Festival on Broadway on Saturday, September 23, and it will feature a Year, do whatever makes your heart sing, and remember: Youth is when you’re allowed family zone, vendors, food trucks, arts and crafts, live music and a beer garden! This is a to stay up late Recreation on New Year’s Eve. Old ageand is itwhen you’re forced to…This p.m. week’s new Parks and Department event, will take place from 1:00-7:00 SMILEMAKERS: Regina Daley, Lisa Fortuna, Ryan Green, Adam Comeau, Carolyn Businesses interested in sponsoring the festival should contact the Parks and Recreation Chambers, Garrison, Jayden Allison Morris, Heather Murphy, Tom DepartmentValerie at 781-286-8190 or emailBrown, Interested vendors canMason, Marc Capizzi, Lisa Gendreau, Brendan Hayes, Dennis Doucette, Barbara Holden, also contact the department or visit to download the Otto Swanson, Christine Benoit, Emily Welch,forMaria Levy…Heeere’s vendor application form. Watch the BUZZ moreMorabito, info, but inand the Roberta meantime, mark your the CHUCKLE (from Ann Onymous): ’Twas the month after Christmas, andmiss all through calendars, put it in your iPhone, stick a Post-it note on your forehead, just don’t it the house, Nothing would fit me, not even a blouse. The cookies I’d nibbled, the eggnog … That’s it for the BUZZ, BUZZers. Do whatever makes your heart sing, and remember I’d at theculturally holiday parties gone toThe my waist. gotisonjust theEH scales there arose (fortaste the more minded had among us): EartH When withoutI art … This week’s such a number! When I walked to the store (less a walk than a lumber). I’d remember SMILEMAKERS: Beach City’s new Chief of Police Jim Guido (Congratulations, Jim!), Kevin the marvelous mealsMaria I’d prepared; The gravies andSujko, sauces and beef Mike nicelyQuigley, rared, The Adams, John Hurley, Franco, Dante Leon, Nick Scott Gaeta, wine and the rumInzerillo, balls, the bread and the cheese, the wayLuis I’d never said, “No thank Talal Khan, Maya Josephine Rizzuto, AndreaAnd Anderson, Sanchez, June you, please.” AsVenezia, I dressed myselfSantiago, in my husband’s old shirt prepared once again Bowman, Olivia Jessica Norma Davis and aAnd belated very happy, happyto do battletowith dirt---School I said Committee to myself, as only I can You can’t… spend a the winter disguised birthday Revere Member Fred“ Sannella Here’s CHUCKLE: as a man! “ So— away with theconductor last of theofsour cream dip, Get ridHe of had the fruit every Musical Melvin was a mediocre a mediocre orchestra. beencake, having cracker Every last bitwere of food like must beofbanished, Til all Itthe additional problemsand withchips. the bassists; they the that leastI professional his musicians. was the ounces have vanished. 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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 Travelingschedule North? BringRevere, McKinnon’s! tough non-conference as they have Two Convenient Locationsfor JUST off 1-93 and 1-95! Broadway - Rt. 28 In 2454 Lafayette Rd. the - Rt. 1Patriots had four games236inN.eight nights. that span, SALEM, NH PORTSMOUTH, NH have gone 2-1-1. “This is such a great start for a great group of kids,” Revere McKinnon’s Own Family Pack – No Broth or Water Added 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 Save $1 lb. WOW! Lynn Jets. The Patriots were able to possess a 2-1 lead for Made With Real the majority of the game, Bacon! until the third period. Lynn scored a quick goal, that tied the score 2-2, the Jets broke the tie Boneless Bestand Beef decided – USDA Choice with one minute left.– Lean Revere neverMcKinnon’s gave up 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,” WOW! 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 in their sights. The Patriots took Plain or Marinated With Veggies – On a Stick the momentum they created from the Lynn game andTOP unPORK MARINATED leashed on the Crimson Tide, to the tune of a 5-1 victory. TENDERLOIN SIRLOIN KABOBS Revere then had to travel All south to play Bourne. The PaVarieties! 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 inKlondike the second period.Gatorade Revere answered with– three 4 Packs Chobani 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 SaveCiccarello $2 three minutes left. took a key timeout for Revere to regroup the troops. The Save timeout 51¢ paid dividends for the Patriots as freshman Anthony Cacca scored the gameNew England Grown Large – Washington winner with one minute left. “It has been someone different every game,” Ciccarello Save 50¢ lb. Savestory said. “It really has been a collective team effort, and the $1 lb. 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. Made In Store! - McKinnon’s Own Made In Store! - 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 a prepared for this game.Save We will bounce back and have 50¢ lb. $1 lb. much better effort in our next game.” Revere will look for a bounce back effort on Tuesday (December 31st), at home against Somerville.





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The Revere Farmers’ Market is back and better than ever

Mayor Brian Arrigo, holding son Joseph, cut the ribbon at the Farmers’ Market last week as city councillors Ira Novoselsky, John Powers, and Steve Morabito, School Committeewoman Carol Tye and members of Revere on the Move and MGH Revere HealthCare look on. (Advocate photos by Ross Scabin)

By Sara Brown


he Revere Farmers’ Market is open for the season. The City of Revere, MGH Revere HealthCare Center and Revere on the Move are again working together to produce a farmers’ market every Friday in front of the American Legion Hall adjacent to Revere City Hall on Broadway. This is the third year that the farmers’ market has been located out front on the American Legion Hall lawn. This year promised to be bigger and better with local artisans as well as a bubble bounce house, storytelling and face painting for the children. Resident Frank Campagna said the farmers’ market has become his favorite thing about summer in the Beach City. “It’s a chance to grab some awesome produce and healthy food options,” he said. “I really enjoy it. I try to check it out every year.” He said he likes that the Pictured above and below, local farmers and vendors are shown with their wares during last week's grand opening of the Farmers' Market at the American Legion lawn on Broadway.

market has evolved into something new and fresh with each year. “There are more things to do here now,” he said. “You can buy jewelry, listen to music; there are even things for kids. You really can make it a family event.” There is also a matching program for WIC and SNAP allowing low-income families to buy fresh and healthy produce. Campagna said it is a relief to know that low income families benefit from having a local farmer’s market. “I know this is an area where a lot of people struggle financially,” he said. “I think it’s great that people from all backgrounds can benefit from this. Everyone should have … healthy food.” He is also a fan of the location. “It is right in the center of town,” he said. “It’s easy to get to and everyone knows where it is. I think it should be here always.” The Farmers’ Market is open rain or shine every Friday from 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Al Terminiello, Jr. recognized by American Legion Post 69 of Malden Longtime Revere Advocate photographer honored at recent ceremony

Al Terminiello Jr. (center) is shown with a Certificate of Appreciation from the Malden American Legion Post 69 and a reproduction of one of his photographs about the Medal of Honor ceremony that appeared in several magazines. Shown with Terminiello, from left to right: Treasurer George Sahady, Commander Larry Clark, Commander Phil Halloran and Medal of Honor Ceremony Chairman John Graham.


l Terminiello Jr., co-founder and co-chairman of the Revere Veterans Committee, was recognized by Post 69 in Malden for his help in the Medal of Honor ceremony at Holy Cross Cemetery in Malden. Sgt. Richard P. Hanley is buried at Holy Cross Cemetery and no footstone of recognition of his Medal of Hon-

or was ever put in place. Sgt. Hanley of the 7 th US Cavalry was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Battle of Little Big Horn on June 25, 1876. Sgt. Hanley exposed himself to a barrage of bullets and almost certain death while chasing a stray munitions mule containing 1,000 rounds of ammunition,

Revere student wins BC High awards


Gabriel Bbosa

abriel Bbosa of Revere, a 2017 graduate of Boston College High School, won special awards at a Senior Assembly, a time set aside by the school to celebrate and reward its seniors. Bbosa won a Dever Players award for Drama and a Black/Latino Student Union award. He plans on attending St. John’s University, Queens Campus, in the fall. Boston College High School is a Jesuit, Catholic, collegepreparatory school for young men in grades 7 to 12. Founded in 1863, the school enrolls approximately 1,600 students from more than 140 communities in eastern Massachusetts. For more information, access

Taft St. Relief fundraiser to be held July 30 at Revere Elks


fter the devastating fire on Taft Street earlier this month, Mayor Brian Arrigo and the City of Revere established a relief fund for those who were displaced. On Sunday, July 30, from 2 p.m.-5 p.m., the Revere Lodge of Elks (198 Shirley Ave.) will generously host a fundraiser dinner. Cost is

$25 per person with all proceeds benefitting the Taft St. Relief Fund. Capacity is limited, so to guarantee your space, RSVP by bringing your check made out to the Taft St. Relief Fund/City of Revere to the Mayor’s Office, or mail it to the Mayor’s Office, 281 Broadway, Revere, MA 02151.

which would help save himself and his comrades fighting the Sioux near the Little Big Horn River, while General Custer and his men would die just a few miles away. The graveside ceremony was held on June 25, 2016, 140 years to the date Hanley died in 1923. Terminiello is active in many veterans groups across sever-


al cities and has been publicly recognized for his dedication in serving veterans and advocating for their benefit. He has also been instrumental in the Revere Veterans Committee RHS Scholarship Fund. A cash scholarship has been awarded for the past eight years to a RHS graduate entering the military.

This is funded by a weekly BBQ at the American Legion Building on Broadway during the Summer Concert Series sponsored by the City of Revere and the Parks and Recreation Department. The Revere Veterans Committee is there every Sunday from 5:00-8:00 p.m. cooking, raising scholarship funds and greeting the many visitors to this popular program.

Revere Beautification Committee gives “Beautiful Home” award

he Revere Beautification Committee (RBC) has awarded its “Beautiful Home” award to Osiel Jaramillo and Marllyn Botero of Beach Street. All of the landscaping is done by the owners, who say they spend approximately one hour per day keeping their property as lovely as it is. Riding by the house, the first thing that attracts your eye is the child’s bicycle standing to the side of the house. It is bedecked with lovely pink flowers and makes the statement that this family has put a lot of thought into the landscaping of their property. The eye will then see the huge hanging baskets of flowers at the front porch and the plantings of rose bushes and varied flowers along the front porch. The lawn is manicured and in the middle of the front lawn is a rectangular area filled with white stones. And inside this area is a smaller rectangle filled with red stones. Individual containers filled with plants are placed at each corner of the larger rectangle, and one larger plant-filled container is placed in the center of the smaller rectangular area. It is absolutely lovely and very unusual. Osiel and Marllyn are originally from Colombia and are new to Revere. It is obvious

that they take great pride in their home. The RBC welcomes them and urges all newcomers as well as old-timers to emulate

them by making the commitment to make their property as lovely as Osiel Jaramillo and Marllyn Botero have.

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~ Letter-to-the-Editor ~

Horses (and) Heroes Foundation Thanks Chief Cafarelli Dear Editor, To Chief Joseph Cafarelli, thank you from the Horses (and) Heroes Foundation. The Horses (and) Heroes Foundation is a small NonProfit located in the city of Revere. The Foundation is dedicated to honoring the Men and Women of Law Enforcement, First Responders and those that serve in our Armed Forces who have died in the line of duty, or have distinguished themselves by conspicuous bravery and selfless service to their job. The mission is accomplished by naming horses in their honor and donating those horses to mounted patrols units throughout the United States. The horses help serve and protect the general public. They are a living memory, and a reminder to all of us the sacrifices that are made in the line of duty. In the last few years we have had the honor and pleasure to meet some amazing Law Enforcement Officers and their families, so many heroic individuals who every day risks their lives to keep their communities’ safe. The job as a police officer is inherently dangerous but that is excepted and understood. However, the general social acceptance of hate and violence toward any and all Law Enforcement recently has created such an unpredictable and uncontrollable threat to their lives; few people want to do the job. We think there are certain people, special individuals, who have something in them that the rest of us don’t. They have a drive to serve, a passion to protect,

and a belief in sacrifice. We truly believe that Chief Cafarelli is one of those special individuals. In 2012 you were sworn into Office as Chief of police for the city of Revere. Only few of us are capable of following the challenging path you decided to take. As a public servant who has sworn to protect and defend, you have served as a good role model for the rest of us to emulate. We will never forget the role that the Officers from the North Metro Swat played in the capture of one of the most wanted terrorists in the world. You were right there alongside your Team as they took down the suspected killer. You were praised by District Attorney Daniel F. Conley for your partnership in efforts to highlight the bravery of Child Abuse Survivors. To top off a stellar career you were recently honored with the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Almost regardless of what happens next, your reputation and legacy will live on forever.  Recently, we had the Honor of meeting the family of slain officer, Ronald Taranti-

no Jr. who lost his life in the line of duty in Auburn, Massachusetts. We named a horse in his Honor. It was a humbling experience and a presentation that we will never forget. Today, that horse, Tarantino Strong, walks a beat in our Nation’s Capital. How fitting that the two presentations we had in Revere were for officers directly involved in the Boston Bombing. We were at Revere Beach to honor MA State Trooper Christopher Dumont, recipient of the Top Cop award, the Medal of Honor, and Trooper of the Year, then to downtown Revere to honor Officer Mike Trovato of the Revere Police Department who was one

of the first officers on the scene to apprehend the Boston Bomber terrorist. Two years ago you stood beside a horse for National Night Out for a few pictures. That horse was named in Honor of Chicopee Police Officer, Officer David Benoit. He was the recipient of the Trooper Hanna Award for his role in helping to save the life of Massachusetts State Trooper, Trooper John Vasquez. We look to people like you for protection when tragedy strikes and we say thank you for giving us the sense of security we enjoy often at the expense of your own safety. You are a testament to the level of excellence we ex-

pect from Law Enforcement Officers and how they stand ready for whatever situation demands of them. We are truly honored and humbled to have met someone like you and eternally grateful for your unwavering support in our efforts to Honor Law Enforcement Officers. The most fitting tribute that we can provide for them is making sure their legacy continues today and in the futureю. Sincerely, the Horses (and) Heroes Foundation PS: You will be proud to know that there are only two mounted patrol horses named in honor of officers in New England. We have one of them. His name is Officer Trovato!

Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center news



Anthony Barrasso wishes Morris Morris a happy 88th birthday on July 7! Both gentlemen are mainstays at the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center, World War II veterans, and enjoy each day to the fullest. The entire staff loves having these two men live life to the fullest and admires their drive and zest. (Photo courtesy of Stephen W. Fielding)

Allison Maldonado is back at the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center for the third year in a row. Allison is part of the Revere Recreation Summer Youth Program. She helps in the office, answering the phone and taking messages. She has also worked in the kitchen serving breakfast items and at the lunch counter in the afternoon.

Grace M. (Provenzano) Petrucci

f Revere (Beachmont), age 100, July 17. Wife of the late Salvatore J. “Tory” Petrucci. Daughter of the late John & Maria (Dellutri) Provenzano. Sister of the late Anthony, Frank & Phillip Provenzano. Survived by many nieces & nephews. Reitred from General Electric in Lynn with 40 years service. Relatives & friends are invited to attend visitation in the Bisbee-Porcella Funeral Home, 549 Lincoln Ave., Saugus on Saturday, 9-10 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in Blessed Sacrament Church, 14 Summer St., Saugus at 10:30 a.m. Interment Riverside Cemetery, Saugus. For directions & condolences

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City announces 2017 Fall Festival on Broadway on Saturday, Sept. 23


n S at u rd ay, S e p te m ber 23, from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., the City of Revere Parks and Recreation Department will debut a new event – a Fall Festival on Broadway. This community celebration will bring together our city for a day of fun for all ages. The event will feature activities for families, children and people of all ages, including street performers, local food and merchandise vendors, a beer garden and

a main stage with musicians and comedians. A segment of Broadway from Park Avenue to the corner of Beach and Fenno Streets will be limited to pedestrian traffic only for the duration of the festival. “ We are confident this event will quickly become a beloved annual tradition and attract lots of foot traffic to Broadway, giving our local businesses exposure,� said Mayor Brian Arrigo. “The goal is for this festival

to reflect our community’s pride and Revere’s ongoing cultural and economic renaissance.� From 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on September 23, the Family Zone behind City Hall will be open, featuring inflatables, kids’ games, and family-friendly street performers. During this time, vendors will be set up along Broadway, featuring arts and crafts, jewelry and specialty foods. Additionally, food trucks will be parked

across from the American Legion. From 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., the main stage will be open near the American Legion, featuring various entertainment acts. Additionally, there will be a beer garden in front of the American Legion for adults 21+ to enjoy beer from local breweries. The City has worked collaboratively with the Chamber of Commerce to reach out to Broadway business-

es to work with them on planning this festival. They have also begun soliciting sponsorships and recruiting vendors for the event. Businesses interested in sponsoring the festival should contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 781286-8190 or Interested vendors can also contact the department or visit www. to download the vendor application form.

REVERE ARRESTS Monday, July 10 Joseph Gerardi, 48, of East Boston, was charged with operating an uninsured motor vehicle and with operating an unregistered motor vehicle/trailer. Scott D. Greenleaf, 34, of Medford, was charged with an arrest warrant. Floart Mino, 42, of Winthrop, was charged with violation of a restraining order. Richard D. Toto, 20, of Revere, was charged with assault & battery. Deynor M. David-Alvarez, 29, of Lynn, was charged with operating an uninsured motor vehicle and with operating an unregistered motor vehicle/trailer. Wilian Mateo, 40, of Lynn, was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Michael J. Burns, Sr., 58, of Lynn, was charged with operating a motor vehicle with license suspended or revoked.

Tuesday, July 11 Rafael Santos, 27, of Malden, was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Claudia E. Miranda-Olivares, 34, of Lynn, was charged with operating a motor vehicle with license suspended, subsequent offense, and with uninsured motor vehicle. Maxmillian M. DeGrandis, 27, of Revere, was charged with malicious destruction of property (over $250). Yisenia Balbin-Jaramillo, 36, of Revere, was charged with shoplifting $100+ by asportation. Tyquan R. Jenkins, 20, of Revere, was charged with shoplifting by asportation and with an arrest warrant.

Wednesday, July 12 Jesse D. Chambers, 37, of Revere, was charged with disorderly conduct. Katherine A. HernandezReyes, 26, of Chelsea, was charged with assault & battery.

Thursday, July 13 Sandra P. Sargent, 33, of Revere, was charged with possession of a Class A drug, subse-

quent offense, and with two arrest warrants. Graham R. Clewer, 55, of Winthrop, was charged with disturbing the peace, with being a disorderly person and with assault.

Friday, July 14 A 17-year-old juvenile was charged with breaking & entering in the nighttime and with receiving stolen property ($250 or less). Sameh Mohamed Sayed, 22, of Revere, was charged with violation of a restraining order. Benita J. Paxton, 28, of Lowell, was charged with operating after revocation of registration. Oscar V. Zavala-Enamorado, 19, of Revere, was charged with attaching plates to a motor vehicle, with operating a motor vehicle with suspended or revoked license and with operating an uninsured motor vehicle. Sean Thomas Halley, 32, of Revere, was charged with an arrest warrant.

Saturday, July 15 Kenneth Lamot, 46, of Revere, was charged with an arrest warrant. John J. Jimenez-Cardona, 53, of Revere, was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Charles A. Freitas, 25, of Revere, was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, subsequent offense, and with being a Habitual Traffic Offender. Sady N. Kirksey, 21, of Revere, was charged with disorderly conduct. Angel Luis Gomez, 23, of Revere, was charged with two arrest warrants from other jurisdiction. Roosbel E. Gonzalez, 18, of Revere, was charged with shoplifting by concealing merchandise.

Sunday, July 16 Vedette Desir, 45, of Everett, was charged with larceny of property (over $250). Laura M. Cascio, 30, of Topsfield, was charged with shoplifting $100+ by asportation.










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The Nutritionist Corner

Have More Get-Up- and - Go energy By Anna Tourkakis,



t seems that not matter the time we set the alarm clock the day is over before the to-do list is all checked off. We, as a society, are busy, stressed, need more physical activity and sometimes have poor eating habits — all contributing to low energy levels. One way to fix our energy deficit is to eat better. The right combinations of food can give you that get-up – and- go energy. Follow these five strategies to maximize your energy. Plan Your Eating Eating every three to four hours can help to fuel a healthy metabolism, maintain muscle mass and prevent between-

meal hunger that can lead to unwise snacking. If you only are eating one to two meals a day, this will be an adjustment. As you learn how to eat more frequently throughout the day, remind yourself that you will feel better and be more focused when you have fuel in your system on a regular basis. Honor Your Hunger and Fullness Cues Eating just enough, but not too much, helps to curb cravings and reduces chances of overeating. Keep in mind that portions often are too large. If your meal carries you five to six hours without hunger pangs, it’s likely that you’re eating too much. On a scale of 0 to 10 (where 0 is starving and 10 is painfully full), try eating to about a 5 or 6 level, where you are comfortably full but not stuffed. Be mindful of your feeling of fullness and not what’s on your plate. As you realize you have had enough to eat – save the rest for later. Eat Healthy Ingredients A healthy meal includes



ulinary arts at the VA? Well not exactly but for Veterans wanting to live a healthy lifestyle the Bedford VA on the hospital campus offers a program with an appropriately worded title, Healthy Teaching Kitchen. This program has healthy cooking demonstrations as well as nutrition education, proper cooking methods and how to develop and maintain healthy lifestyle habits. Each session is six classes long which currently run for 1 1/2 hours each. Veterans will learn how to prepare simple, low cost and nutritious meals while encouraging healthy eating habits. Educational materials and recipes are provided to promote cooking independence at home. While these classes will not prepare you to be an Emeril or Bobby Gold, they will put you on the road to a healthy lifestyle. If interested in joining the next healthy cooking session call (781)687-2685. Thank you for your service.

whole grains, lean meats, poultry or fish, fiber-rich fruits and vegetables, fatfree or low-fat dairy and a small amount of healthy fats. Balance out your meals throughout the day with all the food groups for sustained energy. Snacks Are a Bridge Don’t skip this important eating event. Snacks should have protein and fiber-rich carbohydrates to provide lasting energy. Grab a small apple and a few nuts; carrots and one stick of string cheese; or ½ cup of Greek yogurt and ½ cup of fresh berries. Keep in mind that snacks are not intended to fill you up, but to bridge you from one meal to the next. Skip Sugary Drinks Skip the soda, sugary coffee and energy drinks. These foods may leave you buzzing for an hour, without satisfying your hunger or energy level. Plus they are usually high in calories. Instead, quench your thirst with water; add a splash of fruit juice if desired. fat-free or low-fat milk, or unsweetened ice tea. Make your eating habits healthier. Balance out your meals throughout the day to get the energy required for all the items on your to-do list. Keep hunger at bay as you maximize your energy. Bring Eating From Within to your workplace! Contact me to learn more about my corporate wellness programs.

Anna Tourkakis is a nutritionist, author and founder of Eating From Within Nutrition. She provides nutrition advisory services and healthy eating plans. She teaches clients ways to manage health conditions and maintain healthy eating lifestyles. Anna can be reached at anna@ T. 781 3348752;

Savvy Senior by Jim Miller

How to Find and Claim Your Family’s Unclaimed Money

Dear Savvy Senior, I’ve heard that there are free online search tools that can help people look for lost or forgotten money left behind by deceased relatives. Can you refer me? When my father passed away his financial affairs were in such a mess, I’m wondering if there was anything he left behind. Wondering Daughter Dear Wondering, Forgotten or lost money is actually quite common in the United States. According to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators, there is around $42 billion in unclaimed funds sitting in state treasuries and other agencies just waiting to be found. These unclaimed funds are from accounts that are inactive or whose owners, or their heirs, cannot be located. Unclaimed funds can include things lost or forgotten saving or checking accounts, stocks, utility security deposits, tax refunds, life insurance proceeds, un-cashed dividend checks, contents of safedeposit boxes and more. This typically happens because of a change of address (the owner moved), a name change (the owner got married or divorced), or the owner dies and the estate was unaware of the money or the heirs could not be located. By law, companies and financial institutions that can’t find the owner or their next of kin within two to five years must turn the property over to the state where it’s held indefinitely. Where to Search It’s very possible that your father, or you, have some unclaimed money out there and you don’t even know it. To start your quest go to, which has links to all state programs that will let you to do a state benefits search online for free. Or, you can do a multi-state search in 40 states at Check every state in which your father or you have lived, worked or conducted business. Also, if you’re married, make sure to check under your maiden name as well. Using a first initial and your last name is also encouraged to make sure everything comes up. Every state can tell you immediately if you or your dad have some unclaimed money, as well as how to go about collecting it. Look Here Too In addition to state treasuries, here are some other agencies that can help you find unclaimed money. IRS: Each year thousands of refund checks totaling millions of dollars are returned to the IRS by the post office. To look for lost Federal tax refund checks go to, or call 800829-1954. U.S. Treasury: To find out if there are any savings bonds your dad didn’t claim dating back to 1974, go to For older bonds or those still drawing interest use form 1048, which you can download at pdf, or call 844-284-2676 to request a form by mail. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation: If your dad worked for a company that went out of business or ended its defined benefit pension plan, you may be entitled to some of his benefits. To look for lost pensions, use the pension-search tool at, or you can call 800-4007242 and get help over the phone. National Association of Insurance Commissioners: To track down a lost or forgotten life insurance policy, the NAIC, an insurance regulatory support organization, offers a national policy locator service at PenChecks Inc. and Millennium Trust Co.: To search for lost or forgotten retirement benefits or 401(k) funds left behind with an old employer, go to and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: To search for unclaimed bank accounts at firms that were shut down between January 1, 1989 and June 28, 1993 go to funds. State treasuries hold assets from shutdowns after 1993. Social Security: To find lost Social Security benefits, including the $255 death benefit, call 800-772-1213. 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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Obituaries Francis T. Biggie


f Revere, passed away on July 17, 2017. Beloved husband of Ang e l a (C i u l la) Biggie. Loving father of Keri Russo and her husband Gennaro of Revere, and Brian Biggie and his wife Sandra of Wakefield. Dear brother of Maureen Varney of Peabody, James Biggie of Melrose, Thomas Biggie of Everett, Barbara Criss of Somerville, and the late Charles Biggie. Cherished grandfather of Devin and Tyler Russo. Family and friends honored Francis’s life by gathering in Vazza’s “Beechwood” Funeral Home, Revere, on Thursday, July 20 and again Friday morning before leaving in procession to St. Anthony’s Church Revere for a Funeral Mass celebrated in his name. Committal was private. Late retired employee Sky Chefs Boston Logan Airport and late U.S. Marine Corps. At the family’s request, please Omit flowers. For guestbook Vazza Funeral Home

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Tournament Rules Four players per team with two teammates stationed at each end of the court rolling two balls each. We will use United States Bocce Federation Open Rules. Tourney Director Mario Pagnoni is USBF Eastern United States Sector Vice-President. Games to 12 points or 30 minutes, whichever comes first.

First roll of object ball must reach at least half court and may not exit the template.

There is one foul line ten feet from each end. This line is used for pointing and hitting.

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10. The “Mersey Beat” was named after a river in what English city? 11. What is the smallest dog? 12. On July 24, 1847, Brigham Young declared “This is the place” after arriving where? 13. What is the oldest ballroom dance? 14. In what scary shark movie is the line, “You’re gonna need a bigger boat”? 15. On July 26, 1775, Benjamin Franklin became head of what government office? 16. Which of these is not a real museum: the Burlesque Hall of Fame, the Spam Museum or the Musical Works Museum? 17. What Irishman said, “Work is a refuge of people who have nothing to do”? (Hint: initials OW.) 18. In 1975 who had the hit “Rhinestone Cowboy”? 19. What U.S. president said, “The nightmare is over” after being sworn-in? (Hint: initials GF.) 20. What union boss said, “I may have faults, but being wrong ain’t one of them”?

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Winner of coin toss rolls object ball first, and selects color of bocce balls for his/her team.

Bocce balls that leave the boundaries of the template are “dead” and may not score a point. They are removed from play for the remainder of the frame.


BOCCE ON THE BEACH AT LOW TIDE 2017 Bocce Tournament

Courts are 12’ by 60’ - templates set up on the beach.

Players may request a measurement at any time.

1. What opera does the music “Here Comes the Bride” derive from? 2. What American writer said, “Adam was the luckiest man; he had no mother-in-law”? (Hint: initials MT.) 3. The largest recorded lobster weighed eight lbs., 8 oz. True or false? 4. At the Battle of Bull Run on July 21, 1861, General Thomas Jackson earned what nickname? 5. Who wrote, “That beautiful season the Summer! Filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light”? (Hint: initials HWL.) 6. What American wrote, “Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example”? (Hint: initials MT.) 7. What bird has the fastest flight for its body length? 8. What American actor said, “Playing polo is like trying to play golf during an earthquake”? (Hint: initials SS.) 9. What Tennessee Williams play concerns Blanche DuBois and the Kowalskis?

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This event is not a major cash prize tournament drawing top players from around the country. We want to enjoy a day of bocce with good friends while supporting a great cause. Please come with the attitude of having fun and doing your part to help an important part of our area’s history.

DATE: Saturday, July 29, 2017

RAIN DATE: Sunday, July 30, 2017 REGISTRATION: 8:00 am - 8:30 am START TIME: 8:30 am

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OBITUARIES | from page 17 of So. Boston, Anthony D. DeSisto of Derry, NH, Gino A. DeSisto of Bethlehem, NH, Matthew J., Emily M. & Ryan A. DeSisto all

of Revere & the late Andrew J. DeSisto. Dear brother of Ronald L. Ludiovici of Revere & the late Evelyn Acquaviva, Sylvia Spada-

ro, Patrick DeSisto & Rosemarie Still. Also lovingly survived by his seven great grandchildren Gianna, Isabella, K.J., Eva, Michael, Joseph & Joseph & many nieces, nephews, grand nieces & grand nephews. Funeral was


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held from the Vertuccio & Smith Home for Funerals, Revere, on Saturday, July 15, followed by the Funeral Mass in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Revere. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden. Army Veteran of the Korean Conflict. Member of Sons of Italy-Giuseppe Mav-

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Mayor Brian Arrigo, as statutory Issuing Authority for the City of Revere, will conduct a public ascertainment hearing on Wednesday, August 9, 2017, at 5:00 PM in the City Council Chambers at the Revere City Hall, 281 Broadway, Revere, MA. The purpose of the hearing will be to review the performance of the cable television operator in Revere, Comcast, during its current license term and to hear testimony on future cable-related needs and interests of the Revere community. Interested parties are encouraged to attend and offer testimony on any cable-related matters. Any applications and reports to be considered at the hearing are available for public inspection at the Revere City Hall during regular business hours and for reproduction at a reasonable fee. For more information on the public hearing, please call the Mayor’s Office at (781) 286-8100.

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FROM PAGE 17 1. It is the “Bridal Chorus” of Richard Wagner’s opera “Lohengrin.” 2. Mark Twain 3. False; it was 44 lbs.-plus. 4. Stonewall 5. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 6. Mark Twain 7. The hummingbird 8. Sylvester Stallone 9. “A Streetcar Named Desire”

10. Liverpool 11. The Chihuahua 12. Great Salt Lake Basin 13. The Viennese waltz 14. “Jaws” 15. The U.S. Post Office 16. The Musical Works Museum 17. Oscar Wilde 18. Glen Campbell 19. Gerald Ford 20. Jimmy Hoffa

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OBITUARIES | from page 18 Robert Norman Weldon


t 75, of Revere, passed away unexpectedly on July 16, 2017. Cherished son of the late Norman and Ursula (Norton) Weldon. Beloved husband of the late Paula E. (Graham) Weldon. Loving father of Wendy L. Donahue, Amy R. Sarel, and the late Matthew P. and Robert B. Weldon. Adored grandfather of Samantha, Shawn, Rebecca, Rachael, Mary, and Madyison. Dear brother of Paul and Leonard Weldon and Norma Jean Clausen. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Family and friends honored Robert’s life by gathering in Vazza’s “ Beechwood” Funeral Home, Revere on Wednesday, July 19 with a prayer service held in the Chapel of the Resurrection. Committal services are private. At the family’s request please OMIT flowers. Late US Navy Veteran. For guestbook www.vazzafuner- Vazza Funeral Home.

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n Revere, formerly of East Boston, July 17, 2017 after a courageous battle with cancer. Beloved wife of Richie DiMeo for 28 years. Mother of Katie DiMeo and her partner Jessica LeSan and Carli DiMeo, all of Revere. Step-mother of Dennis, Jeffrey and the late Richie Jr. and Marisa DiMeo. Sister of Mitchell McCormick and his wife Deborah of Milton, Kevin McCormick of Wilbraham, Kelley McCormick and his wife Kim of Arlington. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins and her devoted dog Brady. Funeral Services in the Magrath Funeral Home, 325 Chelsea St. [at Day Sq] East Boston Saturday, July 22, at 2 PM. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Saturday 2 7 PM. Robyn was the founder of the East Boston Girls Softball League in 2001.In lieu of flowers donations to a Scholarship being established in her name would be appreciated, information will be published

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f Revere, formerly, of Saginaw, MI and Chelsea, on July 11th. Loving son of the late Charles and Lillian (Schrimpf ) Jankowski. Dear brother of Charles Jankowski and his wife Joan of Wakefield, Mary Morelli and her husband George of Danvers, Paul Jankowski and his fiancee Susan Foley of Woburn, and the late Lorraine Sian, Ernest, Edward and Jerry Jankowski. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral was held from the Welsh Funeral Home on Tuesday, July 18, followed by a Funeral Mass at St. Rose Church, Chelsea. Services concluded with Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. To send expressions of sympathy, please visit: www. Frank A. Welsh & Sons Chelsea, 617889-2723


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