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The main hall on the fourth floor was revamped. A permanent bar replaced a portable bar, and with input from caterers, an amazing caterer’s kitchen was put in. This large hall, which can hold 200 people, has stunning wood floors, a cool industrial look, and great views of the city. It’s perfect for weddings, parties, corporate seminars, and more. There’s a smaller room off the main hall that’s a great fit for baby or bridal showers or possibly office rentals.
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“Now the renovations are done and we have to get the people back – and that’s the toughest part,” Joe said. “We just need to get the word out that we are back.” As a small nonprofit, the Lithuanian Club, located at 368 W. Broadway, relies on Continued on Page 2
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The students at South Boston Catholic Academy had another great summer in the SBCA Summer Camp Program. Each week focused on a different theme. The children learned about camping, Summer Camp Highlights the ocean, space, community helpers, and animals to just name a few. The children had a great time spending time together playing outdoor games, making arts and crafts projects with their friends, taking part in our special Science Summer Camp Program, visiting the library and exploring
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By Ginger DeShaney B ack in the day, the South Boston Lithuanian Club was the place to be. Today, with $1 million in renovations, the Club president is hoping it will regain that status. “The Club has been here forever,” said president Joe Austras. “But COVID shut us down.” Renovations were already under way at the Club, also known as the South Boston Lithuanian Citizens’ Association, before the pandemic hit. Beautiful ADA-accessible bathrooms were put in on the fourth floor. When COVID hit and shut everything down, the Club decided to expand its renovation. “We decided, let’s take advantage of being shut down.”
to the public this Sunday from noon to 7 p.m. with Club members volunteering to cook a limited menu. “Just to get us going for the fall,” Joe said. ”Then we’re hoping to open up at least once a month.”
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The Club’s third floor hall has a bar and a fantastic stage for theater productions and bands. The Gold Dust Orphans, an Club.aThe thenotinghardKitchen,configurationwillyear.housescanwillIronintroupe,Vaudeville-inspiredaward-winning,theatricalholdsitsperformancesthishall,whichtheycallWolfTheatre.Thetroupebebackthisfall,Joesaid.Thethird-floorspace,whichaccommodate275people,alsoacraftbeerfestivaleveryIt’salsoaperfectpartyspot.Inallofitshalls,theClubsetuptablesandchairsinanytherenterwants. Thenthere’stheLithuanianwhichwashitespeciallybythepandemic,Joesaid,thatwiththeshutdown,cookhadtofindanotherjob.ClubiscurrentlyseekingnewcookfortheKitchen. Butthat’snotdeterringtheTheKitchenwillbeopen
Lithuanian Club President Joe Austras rentals to generate income.
The Club hosts its own events in the building, as well, but Joe wants to rent out the spaces as often as he can. He noted that 60 parking spaces are available on West First Street for events. “I want to get the word out there that we’re available,” Joe said, “because we’ve been shut down for so long.” Now that fall is near, “we’re going to open up and see if we can bring people back.”
The Kitchen, which is known for its pizzas, is also available for rent. Joe said they get a lot of bridal and baby showers in the intimate setting.
To get more information or to rent a space at the South Boston Lith Club, contact manager Gint Subatis at 6 17-268-9058.
overcrowding in excess of zoning rules were brought up. Station C-6 personnel have been very busy this summer, with the occasional need to schedule its members on double- or triple-shifts. Recruiting of new, additional officers is proceeding right now. A positive note: There’ll be a breakfast, open to all the public, served at St. Monica Church on October 8 between 9 and 11. This will be an activity of the “Faith and Blue” organization, which joins police forces with churches, temples, and synagogues in a meaningful partnership. In general, this NAC meeting was useful – everyone in attendance welcomed the chance to meet once again in person.
AdvisoryNeighborhoodBoston’sCouncil (the NAC) is a group of local residents who meet with the local Boston Police monthly. The NAC had been meeting via ZOOM due to the pandemic. Yesterday evening (Wednesday, September 6), the NAC, South Boston held its first “in-person” meeting since exactly twoand-one-half years ago, after the quarantine edict was put in practice on March 11, 2020. Four members of the BPD from Station C-6 hosted this meeting; nine civilian NAC members from various neighborhoods attended. Leading off the meeting were Station C-6 Capt. Joe Boyle and Sgt. Jeremy Fitton, the Supervisor of Community Policing at C-6. Sgt. Fitton presented a summary of criminal and actionable offenses that happened in South Boston from August 1st into early September. Multiple thefts and several breakings-andenterings occurred. Some weapon offenses, often connected with drug traffic, have been uncovered. The ongoing “situation” at Mass/Cass was mentioned frequently; it’s still a hot spot as well as a “work in progress”. A lot of discussion centered on the increased “hanging out” in our local parks – Moakley, M Street, Seaport Green, and so on – including outbreaks of several fist fights. The recent Jazz Fest precipitated complaints about noise. When specifically asked, the officers in attendance ventured their joint opinion that local drug problems, although certainly serious, have not become worse during the COVID pandemic. Complaints about apartment
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K0 teacher Meghan Goguen loves meeting the new students and their families. She looks forward to her students adjusting to their new routines in a classroom she makes interesting and fun.
W hile today marks the first day of school for the 2022-23 academic year in Boston, teachers were busy earlier this week preparing their classrooms. South Boston Online stopped by Perkins Elementary School Wednesday to catch up with a few teachers. All the teachers we talked to were excited for
ELA/history teacher Nicole Bardier is new to the Perkins and is excited about building relationships with her students. Derek Dykens and Jayden Walker, K-1 and K-2 ABA teachers, are excited to meet new students and see new faces. And veteran first-grade teacher Darcelle Breneus makes sure her classroom feels like home. “Just being back together … it’s like a second home,” she said. “I love watching all the smiles. We dance and sing a lot here.”
A New School Year Brings Excitement! the new school year to start. “I’m excited about meeting new students,” said Karla Fernandes-Tagger, an ESL teacher. Margaret Hicks, a kindergarten teacher, is excited to have her young charges engage in hands-on activities and have the opportunity to explore.
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Brittany Bushman she loves. These early victories set the stage for an athlete who wins without losing perspective. Playing in Finland she saw far beyond the local, regional, and national arenas where she soared.
“My wife, Daniela Ottaiano, my mom, my grandmother, Connie Bushman, are key among the many people close to me have made all this possible,” she said and downplays her own widely recognized work and talent. Her chosen home after periods playing football in Texas and traveling around the country and world, is now South Boston. “We love it here. The water and green space and neighbors like Norman and Jane (Crump) and it is so calming and liberating. Spectacular, really,” she said. With intensity and reflection, Brittany Bushman is elite in accomplishment and undoubtedly poised for leadership contributions yet to come.
Elite Athlete Serves as BPS Teacher in the International Women’s Football Championship Games, having also been unanimously voted as the MVP for Team USA. Impressive awards aside, she is unfailingly polite, articulate and fiercely motivated to inspire others, including in her role as a biology teacher at Brighton High.
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“I didn’t have the easiest of circumstances, so I know some of the challenges my students face, but my goal is to teach the content and to help them get excited about learning. Being an athlete, I think I can offer context about diet and wellness that can help them,” she said.
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“We are trying to overcome the notion that women can’t play football,” she explained, and no one can deny her leading that charge by example. “I started in fourth grade in Portsmouth, NH. and was the first female to go on and get a varsity letter,” she explained in a matter-offact way. “My mother (Cheryl Bushman) didn’t even blink when I said I wanted to play football. The school thought maybe field hockey, but it just wasn’t the same,” she said, and remained determined to play the sport
“Internationally, we played and won three games in nine days, and my body was feeling it, but there were such great athletes and other countries are investing a lot, so the competition was even better,” she said. Brittany Bushman delivers the same strength to her teaching. Starting as a substitute science teacher, she is hitting her stride this year teaching Advanced Placement Biology and Bio-Medical Pathways. An Emmanuel College graduate, and with a Concordia University Master’s Degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration, she employs everything of who she is to also mentor her students.
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Not unlike her students who will soon transition from high school, and as with most athletes at her level, there comes a time to not only love what you have done well, but to think ahead. ‘My mind-set has changed,” she said. “It’s all about leadership now. It’s getting people on the same page and using my ability to get the ball to the teammates and then they get the highlights. That is my joy now,” said this woman not only of huge successful athletic achievement, but one who is thoughtful and appreciative. “Of course, I think about coaching and newscasting, but we’ll see,” she says with a focus on her year ahead at Brighton High.
Celebrate South Boston Branch’s 150th birthday with family-friendly music, bubbles, snacks, crafts, and memories in our courtyard. Please register for only 1 session on Saturday, September 10: 11:00am - 11:45am OR 11:45am12:30pm. Contact South Boston Branch at 617268-0180 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Tuesday’s Primary Election turnout wasn’t very high. Statewide, the total votes for Governor didn’t amount to 20% of those who are registered. Maura Healey absolutely dominated the Primary for State Governor, with well over half (60+%) of the total votes cast for all four gubernatorial candidates. Could she be sworn in right away? And Kim Driscoll cleanly won the Primary for Lieutenant Governor by receiving half the votes cast in an overall field of three candidates. So it looks as if two women will be leading the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the first time in 2023.
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William Galvin won the Democratic Primary for yet another term as Secretary of State, receiving just over two-thirds of the votes cast. This will be his eighth straight term in that office. Surely,
A Few Primary CommentsElection that sets a record of some kind. Andrea Campbell won the Democratic Primary for Attorney General by garnering roughly half the votes cast in total – well ahead of the other two candidates on the ballot. The AG race was really between a lawyer in a career of community work versus a lawyer with years in a successful private law practice. Perhaps there’s some political justice showing up here – Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, who bested Campbell in last year’s campaign for Mayor, endorsed Campbell’s losing opponent in this year’s Primary race for AG. So what’s the key comment here? Let’s agree that we badly need more voter participation in all of our elections, including every single mid-term election. Please make it a point to cast your vote at the polling places on November 8, or to cast an early vote if you choose.
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We’ll continue to refer to “FPAC” in this article, but for your information, “FPAC” stands for the Fort Point Arts Community located in South Boston. FPAC has been an active, well-organized, and extremely successful artistic organization for more than forty years. As just one example, a recent high point in FPAC’s history was receiving the 2020 “Best of Boston” Award from Boston magazine for the FPAC Art Gallery at 300 Summer Street. This will update you on one of FPAC’s key projects for the rest of 2022. As an important feature, FPAC has issued a “Call for Public Art” to be shown in its 2022 Open Studios Festival, which will take place over the weekend of October 14, 15, and 16. An Important Upfront NOTE: the deadline for submitting your public art proposals to FPAC for the upcoming Open Studios is Friday evening before midnight on September 30; a second deadline states that public works of art accepted by FPAC must be in place and completely assembled by Friday morning, October 14; a
Labor Day in the United States (and also in Canada) is observed on the first Monday of September. It is an American holiday that is more than a century old; it was federally designated as a holiday in 1894. When you were young and first found out about Labor Day, it might have seemed unusual to celebrate the dignity of Labor by taking a day off – and therefore performing no Labor at all. But the concept of a day off in return for hard work and successful efforts has been customary for thousands of years in human history. And beginning around 200 years ago, thinkers, philosophers, and religious figures began to realize that
Just two days ago, FPAC held their First Tuesdays Jazz Jam, which will be repeated each month on three more “First Tuesdays” between now and year-end.
Labor Day, 2022: Comments After the Day Itself Labor has its own innate dignity. We’d like to point out a few Labor Day facts and figures to you “after-the-fact”. Just one figure illustrates the enormous strength of the American workforce. Of great importance is the fact that our nation’s workforce is really huge (!). Recently, it has varied between 169 million (169,000,000) down to 162 million (162,000,000), a variation mostly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Think about the fact that the only larger workforces in the world exist in China and India. Then be grateful that you work here instead, where Labor is truly respected and usually fairly paid. Going along with the huge, multi-million American workforce figures are the current unemployment percentages – 3.5 to 3.7% (3.5% in Massachusetts). These are the lowest unemployment figures – both here and across the nation – since the 1960s, more than 50 years ago. Now that we are well on our way to recovering from the pandemic, you are aware of how difficult it has become to find workers of any kind, such as teachers, police officers, construction workers, childcare employees, and so on. But for the moment, let’s consider this favorably. It really is a prime opportunity for those just entering the workforce – young people, new immigrants, recent graduates. And here’s another remarkable figure: Workers in the U.S. put in nearly 1,800 hours at their places of employment every year. A typical working year in most other developed nations totals approximately 1,400 to 1,500 hours. That’s roughly a difference of one full day every week. You can view this factoid as negative, if you choose. But perhaps it also means that most Americans feel challenged to work hard, and then to take pride in what they accomplish. “A good day’s work” is still a compliment. Certainly, America is known for its industrious, hardworking citizens, along with our abilities to come up with new technology, ingenious inventions, and better methods.
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Open Studios - Fort Point Arts Community
final deadline requires that public works of art must be removed a week (or less) after the 2022 Open Studios is over on Sunday afternoon, the 16th. Artists who aren’t members of FPAC are most welcome to submit their proposals. If non-member artists’ works are accepted, they will receive a oneyear FPAC membership and a $100 stipend. Get more information and submit your proposals
Gould Shaw and the Civil War’s 54th Massachusetts Regiment.
FPAC also operates what they have entitled their “Assemblage Art Space”, located in the Envoy Hotel at 70 Sleeper Street – the entrance into the FPAC Space is directly across from the popular Barking Crab Restaurant. And the Assemblage is the venue for many other FPAC activities.
FPAC was founded 42 years ago in 1980. It is a “collective” organization of studios, a gallery, and living quarters cooperatively and jointly owned by FPAC’s membership of more than 200 practicing, creative artists. The activities the FPAC takes part in are major features of South Boston’s considerable arts scene. Make it a point to attend their Open Studios at 300 Summer on October 14, 15, and 16.
Reserved Channel Traffic Castle Island is always amazing, but during the unofficial last weekend of summer, it was absolutely spectacular. While many people left South Boston over Labor Day Weekend, those who stayed and hit the Island were treated to blue skies, smaller crowds, and awesome views before the much-needed rain came.
Wednesday, October 5 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Public Meeting: 776 Summer St. - Phase 1
Close of Comment Period: 10/7/2022
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South Boston’s Reserved Channel extends from north of First Street at H and I, under the Summer Street Bridge, past the Conley Terminal and the Flynn/Black Falcon maritime complex. It then joins Boston Harbor west of President Road. And our Reserved Channel has been busy, very busy. Last weekend, three passenger ships docked at the Flynn Cruise Terminal, bringing thousands of tourists to Boston. A container ship was unloading at the Conley Terminal. Just wait until a massive, super-Panamax container ship arrives here again. Planes were coming in for landings every two minutes across the Harbor. And if you look closely at the photograph, you’ll see several small pleasure craft enjoying the sunny Boston Harbor waters around the end of the Reserved Channel.
Project Description: The Phase 1 Project will be located on 8.4 acres / 364,409 square feet within the approximately 15.2 acre (approximately 661,500 square foot) parcel of land known as and numbered 776 Summer Street in South Boston. The Phase 1 Project includes the rehabilitation of the Edison Turbine Halls 1, 2, and 3 and the construction of the buildings on Blocks D and F. mail to: Stephen Harvey B oston Planning & Development Agency One City Hall Square, 9th Floor B oston, MA 02201 phone: 617.918.4418 email: s email@example.com
SOUTHBOSTONONLINE.COM the local beaches and parks. A Special Thank you to those who came to our summer camp this year…Scientist Dr. Genial Sklute, Dr. G along with her assistant who are with the Science Made Fun Program. The children loved Continued from Page 1 SBCA taking part in some of their fun and educational science projects. Dani Crickman, the Children’s Librarian from the South Boston Branch Library. Dani came to read some fantastic stories to the children. We had a representative from the Curious Creatures Program come with some of her friends. The Firefighters from the K St. Station Engine 2 Ladder 19 came and the children loved being able to sit in an actual firetruck and to the Police Officers who brought the ice cream truck sponsored by the Boston Police Foundation. The children loved talking with the police officers and eating the delicious ice cream. Thank you to all our wonderful families, lead teachers, camp counselors and to everyone who helped to make this year’s SBCA Summer Camp possible. We are all looking forward to another wonderful new school year here at SBCA and at our Early Childhood Center.
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The Petitioner requests that: To all interested persons: Docket No. You have the right to obtain a copy of the Petition from the Petitioner or at the Court. You have a right to object to this proceeding. To do so, you or your attorney must file a written appearance and objection at this Court before: 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 10/18/2022 This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance and objection if you object to this proceeding. If you fail to file a timely written appearance and objection followed by an affidavit of objections within thirty (30) days of the return day, action may be taken without further notice to you.
UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION UNDER THE MASSACHUSETTS UNIFORM PROBATE CODE (MUPC)
A Personal Representative appointed under the MUPC in an unsupervised administration is not required to file an inventory or annual accounts with the Court. Persons interested in the estate are entitled to notice regarding the administration directly from the Personal Representative and may petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including the distribution of assets and expenses of administration.
You have the right to obtain a copy of the Petition from the Petitioner or at the Court. You have a right to object to this proceeding. To do so, you or your attorney must file a written appearance and objection at this Court before: 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 09/26/2022.
Brian J. Dunn, First Justice of this Court. Date: September 01, 2022
To all interested persons: A Petition for Formal Adjudication of Intestacy and Appointment of Personal Representative has been filed by Scott Simpson of South Boston MA requesting that the Court enter a formal Decree and Order and for such other relief as requested in the Petition. The Petitioner requests that: Scott Simpson of South Boston MA be appointed as Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve Without Surety on the bond in unsupervised administration
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A Petition for Formal Probate of Will with Appointment of Personal Representative has been filed by Stephen J Doran of North Reading MA requesting that the Court enter a formal Decree and Order and for such other relief as requested in the Petition. MANorth ReadingofStephen J Doran be appointed as Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve Without Surety on the bond in unsupervised administration
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CITATION ON PETITION FOR CITATION ON PETITION FOR FORMAL Docket No. APPOINTMENT OF SUCCESSOR SU16P1249EA PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE Estate of: Robert S Pedersen
The estate is being administered under formal procedure by the Personal Representative under the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code without supervision by the Court. Inventory and accounts are not required to be filed with the Court, but recipients are entitled to notice regarding the administration from the Personal Representative and can petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including distribution of assets and expenses of administration.WITNESS,Hon.
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Estate of: Genevieve I Doran Also known as: Genevieve Doran Date of Death: 05/31/2022
This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance and objection if you object to this proceeding. If you fail to file a timely written appearance and objection followed by an affidavit of objections within thirty (30) days of the return day, action may be taken without further notice to you.
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Docket No. Commonwealth of Massachusetts CITATION ON PETITION FOR SU22P1849EA The Trial Court FORMAL ADJUDICATION Probate and Family Court Suffolk Probate and Family CourtEstate of: Taylor Ann Simpson 24 New Chardon Street Boston, MA 02114
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Date of Death: 08/29/2014 To all interested persons: A Petition has been filed by: Jayne M. Searl of South Glastonbury CT requesting that the Court enter a formal Decree and Order that Jayne M Searl of South Glastonbury CT Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Probate and Family Court Suffolk Probate and Family Court 24 New Chardon Street Boston, MA 02114 (617)788-8300 be appointed as Successor Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve Without Surety on the bond and for such other relief as requested in the Petition.
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PUBLISH ONLY THE CITATION ABOVE Felix D Arroyo, Register of Probate WITNESS, Hon. Brian J. Dunn, First Justice of this Court. September 06, 2022Date: Perry Ganz, Esq. Ganz Law Group LLC 10 Union St Suite Natick,2BMA 01760 IMPORTANT NOTICE A Personal Representative appointed under the MUPC in an unsupervised administration is not required to file an inventory or annual accounts with the Court. Persons interested in the estate are entitled to notice regarding the administration directly from the Personal Representative and may petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including the distribution of assets and expenses of administration.
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