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his time of year usually stirs up bad memories and heartache for Eileen Vitale, the widow of the late Saugus Police Officer Harold L. Vitale. Last Sunday – Father’s Day – was especially difficult, as it marked the 32nd-anniversary that Officer Vitale was killed in the line of duty. “June 18 is always a tough day for me, it always has been and always will be,” Mrs. Vitale said last Saturday morning, as she joined a small gathering at the Ballard Street park named in honor of Officer Vitale. But it was evident from the smile that beamed across her face that she enjoyed the occasion – the 23rd annual Vitale Memorial Fund Scholarship Awards Ceremony. Seven students from area communities – three of them the children of police officers – each received a $1,000 scholarship this year. “I love to see the recipients get the rewards for their hard work,” Mrs. Vitale said in an interview after the ceremony. “It’s good for them and it’s good for me. It’s great that we’re


ON BEHALF OF THEIR SON: Michael and Joanna Hill, of Revere, at last Saturday’s Vitale Memorial Fund Scholarship Award Ceremony, accepting scholarship for their son, Gianni Hill, president of Revere High School Class of 2017. Gianni was one of seven students from area communities receiving scholarships this year in memory of the late Officer Harold L. Vitale, the Saugus police officer who was killed in the line of duty in June of 1985. Presenting the scholarship was Bob Vitale, a brother of the late officer.

able to continue to do this – to honor Harold and to keep his memory alive,” she said. The Vitale Memorial Fund has presented scholarships totaling $120,000 to 120 students over the past two-plus decades, according to Les Vitale, of Pea-

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body, a brother of the late Saugus officer and president of the fund. “Despite the years we enjoy the opportunity to award scholarships to these kids,” Les Vitale said “His premature death meant he missed a lot, like his children’s graduations, their marriages, the birth of grandchildren, but we carry on for him. This year marks 23 consecutive years of granting scholarships, we couldn’t be prouder,” he said. Revere High School student honored All of the recipients are college-bound and each has a special connection to the Vitale family – either through friendships or ties to law enforcement. Each of the recipients must also write an essay. Gianni Hill, president of the Revere High School Class of 2017, made a deep impression on this year’s memorial fund committee. “I especially enjoyed reading Gianni’s story of his upbringing and learning how to overcome some adversity and learn to represent his family at a very


n an email sent this past week, Mayor Brian Arrigo has announced that Captain James Guido will be interim police chief of Revere beginning July 1. This decision comes after two months of candidate assessments following the mayor’s decision in January to not renew current Police Chief Joseph Cafarelli’s contract, which expires June 30. In his statement, Arrigo said his organizational review of the police department from top-to-bottom will take several months and had hopes to have a permanent police chief by July 1 but given the time frame, will seek authorization from the City Council and State Legislature to go outside the department for potential applicants. Current city ordinance allows the city to only hire a new police chief from within the department. “Per City Ordinances, as of July 1, at the expiration of the term of the current Chief, the Executive Officer of the department, Captain James Guido, will serve as interim chief,” said the mayor. “The interim chief will be in place to maintain continuity while the organizational review is completed. The recommendations of the review will be used to inform the hiring of a permanent chief.” Guido, who holds a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice, was hired in 1986 and has worked his way up the ranks to captain working on an administrative level within the department, including holding a post in Emergency

Capt. Jim Guido Management and as chairman of the Insurance Advisory Committee, as well as being a police union official. “I’ve always been involved with the ‘nuts and bolts’ in the department – whether it’s the payroll or the budget,” said Guido, when reached by telephone this past week. “I’ve worked with three police chiefs over the past 15 years in an administrative capacity.” One of his biggest achieve-

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embers of the Revere Beautification Committee (RBC) and the state Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) meet at the Eliot House in Revere on a monthly basis to discuss the situation on Revere Beach. These meetings have been occurring for the last 10 years, and many improvements have taken place as a result of the cooperation between the two organizations. Working together, we are able to apply for a grant in the state Matching Funds program, and we have been using this program for the last seven years. The Matching Funds program awards funding to improve the beach by match-

ing double the dollars given by a local organization to purchase something needed on the beach. Over the years, we have funded 60-80 covered trash barrels, two water fountains and remodeling of the bathrooms at Shirley Avenue, and this year we are purchasing a trailer to transport a newly acquired power washer to be used on the beach. None of the flower beds had any flowers when the two organizations started to meet. All agreed that that had to change and, with the help of the City of Revere, the planting of the beds along the beach was begun. Eventually, all of the beds, Doris Park, Centennial Park, Eliot

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Circle, Carey Circle and the Veteran’s Memorial in the Pines were beautified. DCR assumed responsibility for this project eventually and continues to monitor it. After DCR assumed responsibility for the plantings, RBC began to work on a program to install hanging baskets of flowers from the lights along the Boulevard. Northeast Regional School made the brackets for the baskets, the Revere DPW installed them and RBC solicited funds to pay for them. This program



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things to be done and will continue to do so. It should be noted that we also work with our state delegation in our quest to improve the image of Revere Beach. The Revere Beautification Committee continues to work tirelessly to “improve the image of the city of Revere through an aggressive cleanup and beautification program.” We thought that the residents should be made aware of some of the things that we do in order to meet our mission.

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Budget discussions include DPW equipment; department employment By Sara Brown


he budget proceedings for FY2018 seemed to be going along smoothly as the City Council met last Thursday to continue discussion on the proposed budget. D e p a r t m e n t o f Pu b l i c Works Superintendent Donald Goodwin said the past year for his department has been a “fruitful” one – that they recently were able to obtain $1.3 million of new equipment that soon will be arriving for use next year. Ward 5 Councillor John Powers was delighted that an asphalt hot box used to fill potholes was included in the list. “It will help us double up on our effort,” said Goodwin. “This time next year we

will double our effort repairing the numerous potholes that are out there.” “One of my main complaints is that we just didn’t have the manpower to do the work we needed to do in a timely manner,” he said. Councillor-at-Large Bob Haas wondered how many employees the DPW has and if there were any plans to add more staff. Goodwin said currently the DPW has 27 staff members and there are available job slots that are budgeted for FY2018 in the water and sewer department. These positions were budgeted for FY2017 but the positions were never filled. In other news, Inspectional Services has three open positions that need to be filled

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ments was taking the role as the city’s project manager of the Public Safety Building on Revere Beach Parkway, inspecting the construction of the police and fire stations for former Mayor Thomas Ambrosino. Guido cited his extensive on-the-job training over the

two decades that has led to his decision to take the interim job until the mayor makes his pick. Arlington Police Chief Fred Ryan, who has conducted the Assessment Center of the four applicants for the chief’s position, noted, “Given the size and complexi-

in FY2018. According to Director of Municipal Inspections Nicholas Catinazzo, the department is looking for a fulltime electrical inspector. Currently, the city only has one on a part-time basis. “With all the building and construction going on in the city, it is just inadequate to have a part-time employee,” he said. He also said they will be looking for a new food inspector but said there might be someone from the department they could move into that role. Also, Catinazzo is planning on retiring and currently works only two days a week. His job has not been posted yet. ty of the City of Revere, we would have expected that one or more of the candidates would have performed in the high “Very Good” or “Excellent” range. That was not the case – in fact, the highest candidate performed in the low “Good” range and all the others per-


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he Revere License Commission granted a transfer of licenses at their June 21 meeting, allowing a Shirley Avenue restaurant and café to remain open until 2 a.m. in spite of some reservations about late night noise. Argana Café, of 139 Shirley Ave., requested a transfer of a common victualler’s license from Mediterranean Café. The requested hours were Sunday to Saturday 5:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.; with a requested seating of 36. Attorney Steven Murray, representing managers Saad Adib and Mohammed Frifar, said the food at Argana Café will resemble what Mediterranean Café offers. “There will be a lot of sandwiches and pastries,” he said. “We are not changing the menu, just the name and the managers.” Commissioner Linda Guinasso was worried about the requested hours, which were the same as Mediterranean Café’s hours of operation. She said the establishment was in a highly residential area and that many residents already complain about the café that is already there. She said residents

hear people coming in and out of the establishment all day and night and don’t want the same for Argana Café. She also said that Uber drivers in the city congregate there, which can also be noisy. “You are only going to be closed for three hours a day,” said Guinasso. “That can be a lot for a neighborhood.” The managers said they would be mindful of the fact that they are located in a neighborhood and promised not to be too noisy. “I want to work with you and welcome you to Revere,” Guinasso said. “Honestly, if it doesn’t quiet down, we will have to have you back and work with you on something else.” The License Commission granted the transfer. In other news, the Revere Lodge was suspended for five days for permitting gambling. Two of those days will be served on July 12 and July 13. BK’s Bar & Grill was also suspended for five days for illegally having automatic amusement devices or video poker machines. Two of those days will be served on July 5 and July 6.

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REVERE, MA (June 16, 2017) – The Revere Beach Partnership is proud to announce the dates and theme for the 2017 International Sand Sculpting Festival, hosted on America’s first public beach, Revere Beach, established in 1896. The annual festival draws upwards of 900,000 spectators from all over the country who come to watch master sand sculptors compete for first prize in the solo and duo portions of the Master Sand Sculpting Competition. The festival also features gourmet food trucks, live entertainment, local vendors, exhibit booths, children’s sand sculpting lessons, and fireworks over the course of 3 days. This year’s festival will run Friday, July 21st to Sunday, July 23rd, 2017 and our centerpiece sculpture will feature the U.S.S.


Constitution. The 2017 International Sand Sculpting Festival will serve to provide an artistic representation and celebration of the engineering genius that are Tall Ships. Make sure you come to Revere Beach on July 21st to marvel at a massive, twenty-foot-wide, sand-sculpture recreation of the USS Constitution along with a ten-foot-tall lighthouse. Sand sculptors for the Solo Competition are as follows; • Deborah Barrett/Cutulle of Saugus, Massachusetts • 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 • Morgan Rudluff of Santa Cruz, California • Susanne Ruesler of Ultrecht, 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


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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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Mayor Arrigo requests top-to-bottom organizational review of Revere Police Department; Ability to appoint Chief from outside Department By Mayor Brian Arrigo


y administration is committed to delivering the highest standards of professionalism and accountability in all aspects of city government – especially public safety. It is clear that we have to transform our Police Department into a modern outfit focused on 21st century community policing. We need a Police Department with leadership that emphasizes officers patrolling on foot, who get to know residents and business owners, and who make it their core mission to build deep trust between Police and residents. In a complex, ever-changing urban environment, this approach to policing is vital in making our city a safe place to live, raise a family, and conduct business. This guiding principle is one we’ve followed in searching for our Department’s next Chief of Police. Over the last two months, the candidates for Chief have undergone a thorough assessment, with the assistance of well-respected, highly trained public safety officials. Throughout this process, we have discovered significant managerial, communi-

cation and community-relations issues within the Police Department. Many of these revelations have been deeply concerning. While I had hoped to have a permanent Police Chief in place by July 1, based on what we have learned, I have decided to implement a topto-bottom organizational review of the Department, which will be conducted by a third-party. I expect that this review will last 6-9 months. During this time, I will also request that the City Council and the Legislature allow us to expand the pool of potential applicants for Chief, to include applicants from outside the Department. While this is not an ideal situation, based on the recommendations of the assessor, this is a necessary step to ensure the next iteration of our Police Department is one that puts the highest priority on engaging with our community and ensuring the safety of officers and residents alike. It is also crucial to objectively address the organizational issues that currently plague the Department. Per City Ordinances, as of July 1, at the expiration of the term of the current Chief, the Executive Officer of the Department, Captain James Guido, will serve as interim

Chief. The interim Chief will be in place to maintain continuity while the organizational review is completed. This organizational re view and expansion of the pool of candidates is necessary to help us build a 21stcentury Police Department. This review will include recommendations on items including but not limited to staffing levels, organizational structure, internal cultural issues, community relations, and use of technology. In his Assessment Center report, Arlington Police Chief Fred Ryan recommended that Revere expand the candidate pool by considering experienced police executives from outside the Department, to make sure the next Chief is someone “who can challenge the organizational culture of the Department, implement organizational transformation that enhances community trust, and integrates 21st century policing philosophies.” While it is possible that the ideal candidate is currently

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young age by the power of listening and seeking to understand in order to help others,” Les Vitale said at Saturday’s ceremony, reading from prepared remarks. “He played football and was chose a captain of both the JV and Freshman teams as a result of his leadership. He went on to run for Class President and went on to serve as a student representative of the Revere School Committee. He ranked 9th in his class out of nearly 400 students and served his last three years as president of the Class of 2017. Gianni and his family live just a few blocks from where the Vitale family grew up. “With an eye towards improving the lives of others and bringing about change Gianni will head off to Hamilton College starting out in the Political Science field and determine where his life’s journey will take him,” Les Vitale said. Michael and Joanna Hill, of Revere, attended last Saturday’s Vitale Memorial Fund Scholarship Award Ceremony, to accept the scholarship on behalf of their son, Other 2017 recipients include the following: Isabella Lopresti, of Saugus, a Saugus High School graduate. She is a prior Student of the Month and a member of the National Honor Society. She was active in Cheerleading and Girls Lacrosse, and National Honor Society Member; she will be pursuing a Nursing Degree and was accepted at multiple schools including Salem State, Endicott and UNH. Her father is Saugus Police Lt. Anthony Lopresti. Sabrina Panetta, of Saugus, the Pioneer Charter School

The VITALE MEMORIAL FUND AT WORK: Les Vitale, of Peabody, a brother of the late Saugus officer and president of the Officer Harold L. Vitale Memorial Fund, says the fund has generated $120,000 in scholarships and about $600,000 that help fund organizations that assist the families of officers killed or wounded in the line of duty. The fund was initially set up to help maintain Vitale Memorial Park in Saugus.

of Science in Saugus. She was a Student of the Month and member of the National Honor Society and recognized for her work as a finalist in the Science Fair and 2nd place in National History Day. She plans to pursue a Nursing career and perhaps longer term to become a Doctor, she has been accepted at multiple schools including Pace University, Merrimack and University of Maine. Her brother Mark was a previous recipient and was responsible for the renovations and upgrade of the Park.  Her mother Debra is the chair of the Board of Selectmen and has been active in town government for many years. Her brother Mark was a previous recipient and was responsible for the renovations and upgrade of the Park.  Her mother Debra has been active as a member of Town Government for many years. Kerri McKinnon, of Saugus, Kents Hill School, Kents Hill, Maine. She was a member of the National Honor Society and was very active in her school’s sports – as captain of the Soccer, Hockey and the Tennis teams. She participated in the Maine Youth Leadership program and was the Class Treasurer.   McKinnon wants to major in Special Education and obtain her masters in Speech Pathology and plans to attend Gordon College.  Her father – Saugus Patrol Union President Officer Frank McKinnon – shares the same birthday (June 14) as Officer Vitale. Chloe Gizzi, of Peabody, a


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REFLECTION | from page 6 graduate of Peabody High School. She is the third sibling in her family to receive the scholarship. Christina A. Gizzi was a 2011 recipient and Christopher Gizzi won the scholarship in 2010. Her mother, sister and grandmother all worked for the Vitale CPA firm. Gizzi, a member of the National Honor Society, enrolled in many Advanced Placement Courses at Peabody High and was active in student government – serving as Student Council President. She played Soccer and Lacrosse, captaining both teams and winning numerous awards and recognition. She also caught the attention of multiple college scouts. She was accepted at Bentley University and Babson College – being recruited heavily for soccer by both schools. She plans to attend Bentley in the fall. Samantha Verge, of Hamilton, Hamilton Wenham High School. She is a National Honor Society member and maintained academic or highest academic honor roll for four years and achieved honorable mention status in History and Spanish.   In addition to her scholastic success, she excelled on the athletic fields competing on the Field Hockey team and was recognized for Excellence for Sportsmanship, Ethics, and

Integrity by the MIAA. She was voted varsity captain and achieved Most Improved player as an underclassman and received the Coach’s Award.  She is very active in community related activities.  She will enter University of Vermont as an undeclared major with interests in Psychology, Anthropology and History. Her special connection to the Vitale family: her grandmother worked for the family CPA firm for years and her grandfather is a member of the fund’s golf committee. Both attended Revere Public schools with members of the Vitale family. Isabelle Charbonnier, of Charlestown, Arlington Catholic High School, who is the daughter of Boston Police Sgt. Michael Charbonnier. A moment of silence for another fallen officer Isabelle Charbonnier and her family have a special connection to the Vitale family – a relative and law enforcement officer who was killed in the line of duty.  The late State Trooper Mark Charbonnier was on a routine patrol in the Kingston area on Rt. 3 on Sept 2, 1994 when he pulled a car over at about 3 a.m. The suspect, a paroled killer, went to retrieve his papers from the glove box to com-

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KEEPING HIS MEMORY ALIVE: Eileen Vitale, the widow of the late Saugus Police Officer Harold L. Vitale, says 23 years of awarding scholarships in honor of her husband gives her joy and helps her cope with the anniversary of his being killed in the line duty more than three decades ago. (Advocate photos by Mark E. Vogler)

ply with the trooper’s request but instead pulled out a gun and shot Charbonnier at point blank range. The trooper returned fire, wounding the suspect. He was still able to call in for help, but later died from the bullet wounds. During last Saturday’s scholarship awards ceremony, Les Vitale asked the gathering to pause for a moment of silence for Officer Vitale, Trooper Char-

bonnier and the more than 300 officers who have given their lives in the line of duty. Mrs. Vitale looks upon the memorial fund set up in honor of her husband as a way to show her gratitude and the family’s appreciation for the help and support she received soon after her husband’s tragic death. “We’re able to support victim support organizations

that helped us in 1985, like the National C.O.P.S. (Concerns of Police Survivors) and the N.E. Chapter C.O.P.S,” Mrs. Vitale said. “Last year we gave out $35,000 to a young, critically injured US Secret Service Officer to assist in his rehabilitation. We are making a big impact,” she said. Editor’s Note: The Officer Vitale Memorial Fund, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization and was created in 1992 some seven years after Officer Vitale’s death. Officer Vitale was killed in the line of duty in the early morning hours of June 18, 1985 while attempting to make an arrest when he was dragged over 1000 feet to his death. Officer Vitale was 42 at the time and married to his wife Eileen where he lived in Ipswich with 3 children, Paul, Michelle and JacLyn. Officer Vitale’s badge # 17 was retired upon his death. The Officer Vitale Memorial Park was constructed by the Town of Saugus in 1992 in his honor. The Memorial Fund will be hosting its annual Golf Tournament on Monday August 7, 2017 at Ipswich Country Club at noon. Information submitted by Les Vitale, President Officer Harold L. Vitale Memorial Fund, Inc. c/o Caputo & Co, CPA’s 99 Conifer Hill Dr. Suite 202 Danvers, MA 01923 or visit on the web at


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he Abraham Lincoln Elementary School has a new principal. At the June 20 School Committee meeting, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Dianne Kelly revealed that Sara Hoomis will take the leadership position in the fall. Hoomis has worked in the Gloucester, Lawrence and Lowell school districts. She was an assistant principal in Lowell. Before becoming an administrator, she taught fifth grade English. She received her bachelor’s degree from Salem State University and her graduate degree from Fitchburg State University. She also served as an afterschool coordinator. “We welcome her to the Revere schools community,” Kelly said

Kelly said Hoomis has an “extensive” background in social and emotional learning. In Lowell, she developed a school-wide anti-bullying program, which resulted in more than 50 percent reduction in disciplinary referrals. Hoomis said this improved staff morale and gave parents more confidence that their students were receiving the best education they can. Hoomis said it is an “honor” to be working for the Revere school department and she hopes to create a “culture of joy and high achievement.” “There is no doubt in my mind that urban education is where my heart is,” she said. Hoomis said schools should be engaging for everyone involved, including students, staff and parents. She tries to achieve this through her core

beliefs which are honest, direct communication, not taking anything personally and always doing your best. Hoomis said her core beliefs will guide her in her new role at the Lincoln School. “I always try to check my ego at the door,” she said. “I try to make sure I remember that everyone brings their own hopes and fears to every situation.” “I’m so very grateful to be working at Revere Public Schools,” she added. “I’m ready to hit the ground running.” Mayor Brian Arrigo welcomed Hoomis and applauded Supt. Kelly for continuing to find the best personnel for the school system. Hoomis is replacing current Principal Jodi Gennodie and will be starting in the next school year.

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SEPAC and Revere League for Special Needs host Spring Fling at Casa Lucia


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1. What is a silverfish besides a fish? 2. Vinton G. Cerf, born on June 23, 1943, is codesigner of the TCP/IP, which stands for what? 3. Who discovered how to determine an object’s volume by seeing his bathwater overflowing and yelled “Eureka!”? 4. Squash balls have colored dots denoting what? 5. The word sherbet derives from what language? 6. What did Scottish American Allan Pinkerton create? 7. On June 23, 1868, what patent was awarded? (Hint: later sold to E. Remington & Sons.) 8. What tribe was Crazy Horse Chief of? 9. Reportedly, what season is the busiest at movie theaters? 10. In the movie “Jezebel” what “scandalous” color was Bette Davis’s ball gown? 11. In 1971 who became the

first female athlete to earn over $100,000 in one year? 12. What was the first name of Gen. Custer of “Custer’s Last Stand” on June 25, 1876? 13. What did Susan B. Anthony think had “done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world”? 14. Where is the America’s Cup Hall of Fame? 15. Who wrote “The Power of Positive Thinking”? 16. The TV show “American Bandstand” started early in what decade? 17. On June 26, 1945, 50 countries approved a charter for what? 18. Why has First Lady “Lemonade Lucy,” of Rutherford B. Hayes, been called that by historians? 19. What does NIMBY stand for? 20. Where do thousands gather in England during the summer solstice?

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Mayor Brian Arrigo, SEPAC President Peter DelGreco and Revere League for Special Needs President Michelle Morency DeMauro grab a photo with some of the early arrivers at the Casa Lucia for the “Spring Fling.”

es and hosted a Spring Fling Dance. This was the first time since the start of the SEPAC organization that the two special needs programs joined together. SEPAC President Peter DelGreco and Revere League President Michelle Morency DeMauro worked effortlessly to make this event a huge success for the students and clients. Thanks to the generosity of Commander Dennis Moschella of the Joseph Leon Mottola Post #4524, the Casa Lucia facility was donated for the event. Other donations that were greatly appreciated came from Speaker of the Massachusetts House Bob DeLeo, Mayor Brian Arrigo, City Council President Bob Haas, School Committee Members Carol Tye, Mike Ferrante and Susan Gravellese and the Revere Veterans Committee. Gift cards for door prizes were donated by Rose Pellegrino, Kel-

ly’s Roast Beef (Saugus), Revere SEPAC and the Revere League. BJ’s of Revere and Nonnie’s Pizza also contributed towards the success of the dance. A special Thank You to the Revere Advocate, the Revere Journal and Revere TV for their help in promoting the event. A five dollar fee was collected at the door for anyone who wanted to join in on the festivities, all of which went to the host organizations towards their programs. The event was kicked off by Mayor Brian Arrigo presenting a citation to both Presidents DelGreco and DeMauro for their hard work and dedication to their organizations and the future of more integrated events, both social and educational. Following the presentations pizza and salad were served to all and the music began. Decades of Rock, a Revere-

based classic rock n roll band, played for two hours and kept everyone entertained and on the dance floor. The band prides themselves on covering a wide range of music from the 60’s 70’s and 80’s – from Frank Sinatra to Tom Petty and everything in between. They will be appearing at Revere Beach during the Sand Sculpture weekend and then at the Summer Concert Series on the American Legion Lawn. The event was great and enjoyed by all; to say another inter-organizational event will occur is for sure. It was wonderful to see these two dedicated organizations for special needs students and adults join together and expand their social standings and circle of friends. Thanks again to everyone who helped in any way to bring this special day to so many very special people in our community.

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60th RHS Annual Sports Awards Hosted at Revere’s Showcase Cinema Complex T

The James “Jimmy” Webber Character Award was presented to Chris Anderson by Patrick Webber, David Patch and Dan Doherty.

The Leonard J. Randall Memorial Award was presented to Andrea Lauria by Danni Hope Randall.

he Showcase Cinema de Lux in Revere was the venue for the 60th Annual Revere High School Patriots Sports Awards Night. Parents and seniors gathered to cheer on their RHS Patriot teams and individual efforts on and off the field. RHS Alumni and supports donated awards in memory of loved ones from the RHS family and graduates.

The Frank A. Eydenberg Golf Award was presented to Cameron O’Neil by Coach Brandon Pezzuto.

The Joe “Pip” Giulia Memorial Award was The Jake Collins Memorial Award went to David Sinatra, and the Revere presented to Victoria Mom by Coach Carla Fitness Challenge & 5 K Award went to Monica Posada, presented by Maniscalco. Coaches Sam Ros, Katie Sinnott, Antonio LaBruna and Mike Flynn.

The Dr. Albert Fulchino Baseball Award was presented to John DeSimone by Coach Ronald Jordan.

The Albert Blasi Baseball Coaches Award was presented to Vincent DeGregorio by Coach Ron Jordan.

The Richard “Dick” Champa Hockey Award went to Anthony Cecca, presented by Carol Tye and Coach Joe Coccarello.

The Richard Fox Memorial Award was presented to John DeSimone by Coach Lou Cicatelli.

The Revere High School Outstanding Tennis Player Award was presented to David Grujic by Coach Mike Flynn.

The Herb Kelly Outstanding Lineman Award was The Enrico Caruso Athletic Award was presented to Gabriel Martinez by Mickey Casoli, Coach presented to Nick Smith by Coach Lou Cicatelli and Athletic Director Frank Shea. Austin Powers.

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60th RHS Annual Sports Awards Hosted at Revere’s Showcase Cinema Complex

The Captain George Hurley Award was presented to Chris Anderson and Mass Joof by George Hurley and Coaches Brandon Pezzuto and David Leary.

The Walter E. Tye, Jr. Memorial Swimming Award was presented by School Committee Member Carol Tye and Coach Katie Sinnott.

The Ugo Evangelista Athletic Award was presented to The Dr. Aurelius Mattera Coaches Cindy Murphy by Coach Erin Parker and Mickey “say no Award was presented to Samantha Karl by Coach Karen Atkinson. to drugs” Casoli.

The Augustine C. Whelan Athletic Award was presented to Eddie Sullivan by Coaches Austin Powers and Joe Cicatelli.

The Michael Della Russo Athletic Award was presented to Mike Dello Russo by Coach Sam Ros.

The Bernard Sochat Memorial Award was presented to Brendan Hayes by Coach David Leary.

The Jim DelGazio Football Award went to Victor Rivera, presented by Coach Lou Cicatelli.

The Edward Leyden Basketball Award was presented to Meaghan Gotham by Coach Lianne O’Hara, Coach Melissa Randall and Danni Hope Randall.

The Vanessa Ardagna Memorial Award was presented to Elizabeth Lake by Maria Ardagna and Coach Joe Ciccarello.

The Revere High School Vo l l e y b a l l Aw a r d w a s presented to Samantha Myrtil by Coach Brenna Suslak.

The Irma Wertheim Athletic Award was presented to S amantha Wo o dman by Coach Erin Parker.

The Marvin Glazier Memorial Award was presented to Zach Gentile by Coach Mike Flynn.

The Stephen Hamilton Memorial Award was presented to Sebastian Majia by Dr. Cindy Evans.

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Special Recognition Awards

The Special Recognition Award was presented to Claritza Vasquez by Athletic Director Frank Shea.

Special Recognition went to Samantha Myrtil.

Special Recognition went to Eddie Sullivan, presented by Athletic Director Frank Shea.

Special Recognition was given to the RHS Relay Team, presented by Athletic Director Frank Shea. Shown, from left: Claritza Vasquez, Hannah Fitzpatrick, Helen Perez and Monica Posada.

Special Recognition went to Valentina Pepic – she is considered one of the top 15 basketball players in the state – presented by AD Frank Shea.

Coach Peter DiGiulio was recognized for his 40 plus years of dedicated ser vice to the Revere Athletic Department by Athletic Director Frank Shea.

The George Kenneally Memorial Award was presented to Oscar Lopez by Mickey “say no to drugs” Casoli and Coach Lou Ciccarelli.

Special Recognition went to Rachael Shanbar.

The Silvio A. Cella Outstanding Athlete Award was presented to Victor Rivera and Samantha Woodman, as the top student/athletes for 2017. The award was presented by Gina and Michael Cella, Coaches Lou Cicatelli and Joe Ciccarello.

Special Recognition went to Hannah Fitzpatrick.

Student Athletes of the Year: Victor Rivera and Samantha Woodman. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives’ and senators’ votes on the only roll call from the week of June 12-16. 4 PERCENT TAX HIKE ON MILLIONAIRES ON THE BALLOT IN NOVEMBER 2018 (H 3933) The House and Senate held a constitutional convention and approved 134-55, (House approved 105-48, Senate approved 29-7), a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow a graduated income tax in Massachusetts and impose an additional 4 percent income tax, in addition to the current flat 5.1 percent one, on taxpayers’ earnings of more than $1 million. The proposal was also approved by the 2015-2016 Legislature and will now go on the November 2018 ballot for voters to decide. The amendment was proposed by the group Raise Up Massachusetts, which gathered the necessary signatures to bring the measure before the Legislature. Language in the amendment requires that, “subject to appropriation,” the revenue from the new tax will be used to fund quality public education, affordable public colleges and universities, and for the repair and maintenance of roads, bridges and public transportation. Supporters said the amendment is a reasonable one that will affect only 20,000 very

wealthy individuals and will raise $2 billion in additional revenue. They said the requirement to use the revenue for education and transportation will benefit millions of Bay State taxpayers. They argued the hike would help lower income families which are now paying a higher share of their income in taxes. Opponents said that if the amendment becomes law, the state will soon regain its dreaded title of “Taxachusetts.” They argued the new tax will lead to the loss of 9,500 private sector jobs and will result in many millionaires moving out of the state and a loss of all income tax revenue from them. They argued that the caveat that the $2 billion is “subject to appropriation,” means it will end up in the General Fund and be up for grabs for anything. They noted the amendment will open a Pandora’s Box that will result in class warfare and higher taxes on millions of taxpayers by allowing the Legislature to establish different tax rates for different levels of income. Some opponents said that the new proposal is unconstitutional and promised they will challenge it in the courts. They said that allowing special interests to put earmarks in the constitution is an unconstitutional end run around the Legislature’s accountability for “tax and spend” decisions. Rep. Robert DeLeo Yes

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HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK’S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature’s job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of June 1216, the House met for a total of seven hours and ten minutes and the Senate met for a total of four hours and 36 minutes. MON. JUNE 12 House11:07 a.m. to 11:17 a.m. Senate 11:09 a.m. to 11:16 a.m. TUES.JUNE 13 No House session No Senate session WED. JUNE 14 House 11:00 a.m. to 5:53 p.m. Senate 1:02 p.m. to 2:53 p.m. THURS. JUNE 15 House 11:06 a.m. to11:13 a.m. Senate11:18 a.m. to 1:56 p.m. FRI. JUNE 16 No House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at

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formed in the “Satisfactory” range. No city should settle for a police chief who cannot deliver an “Excellent” performance when competing for the police chief ’s position. As a result, we strongly recommend that the City consider expanding the candidate pool and consider hiring a seasoned police executive from outside the department.” Ryan stated that best practices call for a police chief who can challenge the or-

ganizational culture of the department, implement organizational transformation that enhances community trust, and integrates 21st century policing philosophies. Guido agreed with the mayor’s implementation of the Assessment Center but said he’s up to the task as the interim chief. “I think we do a pretty damn good job but we need better customer service – treat people with respect,” he said. “Disre-

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specting the citizens will be unacceptable.” Arrigo said the new police chief will have a longterm impact on the city and must possess all the skills, principles and standards put in place by the Assessment Center. “Our Police Officers work diligently, every day, to keep our residents safe,” said the mayor. “They deserve a leadership structure and a department culture that utilizes best practices and makes it their mission to do what’s best for our City.”

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Robert Paul “Bob” La Hait

ge 55, died peacefully on June 15, 2017 at his home in Sudbury surrounded by his loving family after a battle with cancer. Bob was born in Medford on February 25, 1962 to Robert F. and Mary La Hait. He grew up in Revere and graduated from Malden Catholic High School in 1980 and from Suffolk University in 1984 with a B.S. degree in political science. He went on to obtain his J.D. degree from

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Suffolk University Law School in 1987 and practiced law for almost 30 years, litigating and trying matters in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts. Bob was a partner at Bonner Kiernan Trebach & Crociata LLP in Boston at the time of his death. Throughout his career, he was a dedicated attorney who was held in the highest regard by his clients and colleagues. On their first date, Bob quickly won the affections of his wife, Amy, with his wit and warm heart. After Amy had told him that while she had grown up in Minnesota, he shouldn’t presume that she had just fallen off the back of a turnip truck, Bob replied, “Well, if women like you did fall off the back of turnip trucks, I would start following turnip trucks.” Bob’s interest in politics and history became evident as a child when, at the age of 10,

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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.

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Dan of Stoneham. Dear sister to Mary Ruggiero of Revere, Susie Picariello of Lynnfield, & the late Ella Picariello, Joseph A. Beatrice, Fred & Charles Beatrice. Also lovingly survived by many nieces, nephews, grandnieces & grandnephews. Funeral was held on Saturday, June 17 from the Vertuccio & Smith Home for Funerals, Revere, followed by the Funeral Mass in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Revere. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. Former waitress for “Angie’s Clams & Take Out” of Revere for many years.


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335 Central St., Saugus, MA 781-233-7300

SAUGUS 1st AD Perfectly located 6 room Col offers 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, lvrm, dnrm, spac eat-in kitchen, walk-up attic, updated roof, windows, & heat, two car detached garage, level lot, loc Saugus Center .................................................................................................$419,900.

SAUGUS Custom 12 rm Col, 4 b bdrms, 3 1/2 baths, 2 fp, two granite kits, hardwood, dramatic 2 story foyer, INDOOR, inground heated pool, cen air, alarm, 2 c gar, cul-de-sac, MUST SEE!! ............................................................................................$739,900.

SAUGUS Three story building zoned business located just outside of Cliftondale Square. Building has been structural engineered to offer many possibilities, great visibility...............................................................$320,000.

SAUGUS Wonderful 8+ rm ranch offers 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, fireplace lvrm, master bedrm w/priv bath, 1st floor familyrm, hdwd, cen air, IG pool, updated roof, heat & kit, covered patio, 2 c gar............................................$485,000.

SAUGUS AFFORDABLE 4 room Bungalow, 1+ bedrooms, 2 full baths, lvrm/dnrm combination, wood flooring, deck w/views, many updates, great condo alternative!................................................................$239,900.

SAUGUS VERY RARE opportunity to own two houses on one lot! One home offers 8 rooms, 2 baths, garage. Second home offers 4 room on two levels. Sits on large, level lot....................................$499,900.

SAUGUS Exceptional Split Entry Ranch offers 6+ rms, 3 bedrms, 3 full baths, oversized lvrm/dnrm, open concept, granite kit, hardwood,master w/bath, finished LL, cen air, 2c garage..................$539,900.

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SAUGUS Parkway Farms Split Entry Ranch offers 8 rms, 3 bdrms, 3 baths, 2 fireplaces, beautiful, updated kit open to 1st flr famrm, master w/bath, great rm in LL, hdwd, cen air, alarm, 2 c gar, sprinkler system, cul-de-sac MINT!! ................................................................................$609,900.

SAUGUS 7 Room Colonial offers 2/3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, spac lvrm, updated, eat-in kitchen, 1st flr laundry, 1st flr familyrm w/skylights, ct flr, 5 atrium doors to deck, large lot, side street.............................................$425,000.

PEABODY 1st AD 7 room Ranch offers 3 bedrooms, 1 ½ baths, spacious kitchen w/maple cabinets, dining room and living room, hardwood flooring, familroom in lower level, large, level fenced yard...............$379,000.

SAUGUS 1st AD Spac Family Col offers 8 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 1 ½ baths, 1st floor family, dnrm, lvrm, gracious foyer, wood flooring, granite kit, central air, deck, home renovated in 2012, side street, Great Home!.......$479,900.



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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

Coming soon!

Melrose single family 2400 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. hardwood throughout. garage under, paver driveway and patio. $725k

SAUGUS ~ Rehabbed colonial. 3 beds, 2 new baths. New kitchen, granite counters, double wall ovens, new plumbing, new gas heat, new AC system, 1st floor laundry …………………………….……$459,900

MELROSE: 2 Family, 2900 square feet, 1 car garage, shed. Owners unit has 3 bedrooms and 2 levels, great investment opportunity., deck, central AC, Call today!……………………………$599,900

SAUGUS ~ Newer (1985) 2 unit. 3 beds, 2 baths in top unit, master bath, deck, pellet stove. 1 bedroom apartment has separate driveway and entrance. Walk to busline………………………………………$529,000

New construction, 10 rooms, 4 beds, 2-1/2/baths 2 car garage, 3300-3600 square feet, 2 car garage Still time to customize! ….. …….$950,000 Call Rhonda Combe


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SAUGUS ~ Rehabbed split entry. New kitchen with SS appliances, quartz counters, marble backsplash, new windows, finished lower level, great location, pool, cabana…………………………………$639,900

PEABODY~ Colonial, 4 Bedroom, 2 bathroom Maintenance free siding, Fireplace living room, 3 season porch, new gas heat. Hardwood flooring, Eat in kitchen………………………………$339,900

LYNN ~ New Listing! 2 bedroom condo built in 2006, gas heat, central AC, gas fireplace, pets allowed, conveniently located .……….$215,000

SAUGUS ~ New construction 4 bed, 2.5 baths, granite kitchen, SS appliances, great location!!, hardwood, central AC, gas fireplace………$685,000

SAUGUS………………Call Rhonda Combe at 781-706-0842 for details!!

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