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THE SAUGUS ADVOCATE
– Friday, March 17, 2017
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REAL ESTATE
TRANSACTIONS
Copyrighted material previously published in Banker & Tradesman/The Commercial Record, a weekly trade newspaper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher,
The Warren Group. For a searchable database of real estate transactions and property information visit: www.thewarrengroup.com.
BUYER1
BUYER2
SELLER1
SELLER2
ADDRESS
CITY
DATE
PRICE
Qirici, Kastroit
Mannetta, George M
15 Glen Park Ave
Saugus
24.02.2017
125000
Ryan, Thomas A
Friedrich, Dennis C
Friedrich, Erin M
14 Tuttle St
Saugus
24.02.2017
360000
Cote, Benjamin J
Weaver, Donna R
37 Atlantic Ave
Saugus
24.02.2017
371000
Luo, Yilun
Zheng, Yao
Cedarwood Properties LLC
2507 Lewis O Gray Dr #2507Saugus
24.02.2017
369000
Linder, Harvey J
Linder, Lesly E
Bonfiglio, Francis J
Defeo, Donna A
6 Blacksmith Way
Saugus
23.02.2017
820000
Hernandez, David
Hernandez, Vilmaries
Schifano, Charles
Schifano, Catherine L
10 Mclean Rd
Saugus
24.02.2017
475000
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SaugusTV
With over 13,000 entries from
all 50 states and numerous
countries, this is truly an honor
for the local station.
TheTellyAwardswas founded
in1979and is thepremier award
honoring outstanding local, re-
gional and cable TV commer-
cials and programs, the finest
videoandfilmproductions, and
online commercials, video and
films.Winners represent thebest
work of the most respected ad-
vertising agencies, production
companies, television stations,
cable operators, and corporate
videodepartments in theworld.
For its 38th season, The Tel-
ly Awards once again gave the
public the power to view and
rate videos submitted as part of
the People’s Telly Awards. In ad-
dition to recognition from the
Silver Telly Council, the judg-
ing panel that selects the Tel-
ly Awards winners, the Internet
community helps decide the
People’s Telly Awards winners.
Aprestigious judgingpanel of
over 500accomplished industry
professionals, each a past win-
ner of a Silver Telly and a mem-
ber of The Silver Telly Council,
judged the competition, up-
holding the historical standard
of excellence that Telly repre-
sents. The Silver Council evalu-
atedentries torecognizedistinc-
tion increativework–entriesdo
not compete against each oth-
er – rather entries are judged
against a high standard of mer-
it. Less than10percentof entries
are chosen asWinners of the Sil-
ver Telly, our highest honor.
Approximately 25 percent of
entries are chosenasWinners of
the Bronze Telly.
“The Telly Awards has a mis-
sion to honor the very best in
film and video,” said Linda Day,
Executive Director of the Tel-
ly Awards. “Saugus TV’s accom-
plishment illustrates their cre-
ativity, skill, and dedication to
their craft and serves as a tes-
tament to great film and video
production.”
The Saugus TV Stop-Motion
Promoisa2minutepublicservice
announcementforthestation,en-
couraging residents with great
ideas to utilize the public access
stationtomakethoseideascome
to life. The process used to create
this spot is called Stop-Motion
Animation, where multiple still
pictureswere takenof cutout fig-
ures in different positions. When
thosepicturesareput together in
theeditingprocess, thosecutouts
appear animated.
“We are excited to bring an
award to Saugus TV. Hopefully
it brings awareness to the town
that anyonecanproduce some-
thing special.”says MichelleMa-
dar and John Prudent, Co Pro-
ducers of Saugus TV Stop-Mo-
tion Promo. To view the win-
ning entry, go to
www.vimeo.
com/182201676.
To find out more about the
Telly Awards visit
www.tellya-
wards.com.
Countdown to Annual
Town Meeting
It’s still a couple of months
away. But selectmen are already
gearing up for the Annual Town
Meeting,whichisset forMonday,
May 1. Selectmen recently an-
nounced that they will close the
Annual Town Meeting Warrant
at their April 12 regular business
meeting. Anyonewhohas an ar-
ticle they want to be inserted in
thewarrantmay submit it to the
selectmen’sofficeatTownHallor
bring it to the April 12 meeting,
which begins at 7:30 p.m. in the
secondfloorauditoriumofTown
Hall, at 298 Central St.
SAVE 2017
Environmental
Scholarship available
Here’s some good news for
college-boundSaugus students.
SaugusActionVolunteers for the
Environment (SAVE) is offering
a $500 Environmental Scholar-
ship to Saugus residents of the
GraduatingClass of 2017. This is
a scholarship for students who
will be attending a two/four-
year collegeor other education-
al institutionandpursuingade-
gree in an area that would pos-
itively impact the environment.
Applicants can download the
SAVE2017Environmental Schol-
arshipApplicationFormfoundat
www.saugusSAVE.org
or
www.
saugus.org/SAVE
or
www.saugus-
SAVE.com.
SAVErequeststhatap-
plicants, in addition to the com-
pleted application form, include
a separate sheet (identifiedwith
your name, address and high
school) thatprovidesabrief sum-
mary of any of your activities re-
lating to the environment and
that describes howyou feel your
career choice will positively im-
pact the environment.
Applications shouldbemailed
(postmarked by April 21, 2017)
to SAVE, P.O. Box 908, Saugus,
MA 01906. You may also email
your application (no later than
midnight on April 21, 2017) to
the SAVE President, Ann Devlin,
at
adevlin@aisle10.net.
ColumbariumNiche Sale
The Town of Saugus Ceme-
tery Department announced
that spring grounds cleanup
will begin at the Riverside Cem-
eteryonMonday,March27.The
Cemetery Commission kind-
ly asks members of the public
to remove any personal and/
or holiday/seasonal items from
the grounds before the clean-
up begins.
In addition, the Cemetery De-
partment announced the saleof
double niches in the North and
Southcolumbariumtowers.Each
doublenichecosts$1,375.00and
allows twocremationsperniche.
This fee includes the installation
cost of the niche plaque. Niche
purchases must be made with a
bank check ormoney order pay-
able toTownof SaugusRiverside
Cemetery. Additional costs for
the purchase of a niche plaque
are payable to the monument
companybasedontheselection
madewith them.
Those interested in purchas-
ing a niche or who have ques-
tions, please contact the Cem-
etery Department at 781-231-
4170or stopby theoffice,which
is locatedat 164Winter St.,Mon-
day through Friday from 8:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The Easter Bunny is
coming!
If you’d like to have your lit-
tle ones meet the Easter Bunny,
he’ll hoppingaroundtheSquare
One Mall on Friday, March 24
in the Center Court. The Bunny
will sign autographs fromnoon
to 2 p.m. after he arrives at the
“Spring Garden.”
So, bring your cameras and
kids. Or, you can save time and
avoidthe linewithBunnybyAp-
pointment.Nowyoucanreserve
your magical moment with the
bunnyonlineat
http://simon.no-
errbunny.com.
The Bunny Photo Experience
will run through Saturday, April
15. Kids will have a chance to
visit the Bunny and take home
a treasured snapshot of the fun
occasion.
The famous Saugus
calendars are out!
The 2017 Saugus Historical So-
ciety Calendars are available at
Town Hall, the Saugus Public Li-
brary, the Senior Center and at
severalareabusinesseswhosead-
vertisements appear in its pages.
This year’s calendar has the
same features, such as ample
writing space and wonderful old
photos of town scenes that resi-
dents, former residents, and oth-
er friends of the town have said
theylove.Railroadaficionadoswill
be especially pleased to see the
picture of a train on the Saugus
Branch Railroad as it stops at Es-
sexStreetCrossingnear theAnna
Parker Playground, which was
contributed by Allen Humphries.
Another wonderful picture most
people will not have seen before
is the oldMasonic Hall of theWil-
liamSuttonLodgeAFandAMon
Chestnut Street. This was a pale
yellow building with fan designs
over the windows. This hall sur-
vived two fires and was used by
the lodge until 1963. The lodge
itselfwill be150yearsold thisOc-
tober. It has occupied two other
buildings in the years since and
ispresentlyat theFirstCongrega-
tional Church in Saugus Center.
The Saugus Historical Society
extends its grateful appreciation
to the following individuals and
organizationswhoassistedinthe
preparationof the2017calendar:
GeorgeW. Brown, Jayne Parrott,
Eric W. Brown,
Saugus.net
, Caro-
lyn Brown, Gabriel Farhat, Park
Press Printers and the many lo-
cal sponsors. This year’s spon-
sors include Bisbee-Porcella Fu-
neral Home; Carbone and Sons,
Inc. Autobody; Nelson Chang,
Esq.;GCAJewelers;GeorgeGreg-
son LawOffices; Kowalsky Insur-
ance Agency, Inc.; Kowloon Res-
taurant; Law Offices of Thomas
F. Colonna and William P. Doyle
III; Richard Magnan, Attorney at
Law; Nickole Auto Body; North
Shore Bank; Park Press Printers;
PeterA. Rossetti InsuranceAgen-
cy, Inc.; RESCO/WheelabratorEn-
vironmental Systems; Russo’s
FineChocolates;
Saugus.net
; Sau-
gusBusinessPartnership;Saugus
Federal CreditUnion; ShellTown;
and Stefano’s Landscaping.
The Saugus Historical Society
is a nonprofit organization ded-
icated to preserving the histo-
ry of Saugus and educating the
public in local history. It is sup-
ported by its members and re-
ceives no funds from the town.
Those with an interest in histo-
ry are encouraged to join. For
more information email Lau-
ra Eisener at
ldeld@shore.net
or
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