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In the Upper Church
St. Francis of Assisi Parish
Saturday, March 18
at 5:30 pm
St. Francis of Assisi
Adult and Family Choirs Present
A Celebration of Gilbert & Sullivan
and the Music of Ireland
Excerpts from G & S will include songs from the Mikado, Pirates of
Penzance and HMS Pinafore and old Irish favorites like Danny Boy,
Irish Blessing, An Irish Lullaby (Toora-Loora-Looral) and more!
A donation to assist the St. Francis Music Ministry will be greatly appreciated.
Refreshments and Celebration will continue in the Parish Hall.
Mayor visits schools for
Dr. Seuss’s birthday
Maria had the privilege of vis-
iting the Parlin, Adams, Madeline
English, Lafayette, Keverian, Web-
ster and Whittier Schools to read
to students for Dr. Seuss’s birthday.
The mayor read to seven different
classes throughout the week – all
were thrilled to welcome their dis-
tinguished guest. After all the read-
ings students had the chance to
shake his hand, take pictures with
him and ask questions regarding
his job as mayor and his history in
“I look forward to thisweekevery
year,”statedMayor DeMaria. “It’s an
opportunity for me to read to and
to interact directly with the youth
of our city. It also allows me time to
visit with our valued teachers, who
moldtheir youngmindseveryday. I
hadagreat timethroughout theday
seeing all the smiling faces.”
Girls in Trades
n Thursday, March 2, the De-
Maria administration was
pleased to join several hundred
enthusiastic young women gath-
ered at the IBEWhall in Dorchester
for the 2nd annual Massachusetts
Girls in Trades Conference and Ca-
reer Fair, which was cosponsored
byWynn BostonHarbor. The event
strongly encouraged young wom-
en interested in trade careers to
pursue them, introduced them to
women working on theWynn site,
to the trades.
Mayor Carlo DeMaria stated, “I
fought for theWynn resort project
because I knew it would provide
opportunities to all, and I am so
proud of the chance it represents
for both women andmen.”