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THE REVERE ADVOCATE
- Friday, April 21, 2017
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Saturday, April 22, 2017
VFW Hall - Beachmont
150 Bennington St.
Revere, MA 02151
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
For a Night Full of Laughter
Those Who Can, For Those In Need
Invites you to our 4
th
Annual Fundraiser:
Uplift Yourself with Laughter
Join your friends and colleagues to benefit our Winthrop-based non-profit: Those Who
Can For Those In Need. We connect the Boston and North Shore communities with
resources and volunteer opportunities for the elderly, coping with the loss of a loved one,
hunger, low income, homelessness, and much more.
The evening includes a dinner buffet, cash bar, raffles,
dancing to music by DJ Jeff, The FKO Showtime Kids, and the
comedy of Johnny Pizzi, Jack Walsh, and Bill Campbell!
We will be collecting
new art supplies
in honor of our 2
nd
Annual “Those Who Can” award to be presented
to Deborah Kneeland Keegan, Executive Director of For Kids Only
Afterschool!
Do not miss this night full of laughter – for a great cause!
Tickets are $50.00 and must be purchased before Friday, April 14
th
online at our website:
www.thosewhocanforthoseinneed.org
; at the Winthrop Senior Center, 35 Harvard St.
Winthrop; or call Judie VanKooiman at (617) 462-5719 to order tickets.
Tickets must be purchased in advance. No ticket sales at the door
ater for their patience and co-
operation during a hectic and
confusing situation,”he added.
However,somecitycouncillors
want to put an end to the carni-
val immediately.
“I put in a motion with
Joanne McKenna to have the
License Commission to ban Fi-
esta Shows fromobtaining a li-
cense/permit tohost the carni-
val in Revere next year,” Coun-
cillor-at-Large Steve Morabi-
to said. “This week’s shooting
that occurred at the carnival
along with the litany of issues
in the past years, such as stab-
bings, gang-related issues and
our own law enforcement of-
ficer being attacked, warrants
enough reasoning for why Re-
vere should not grant a license
to allow the carnival back in
2018. This yearly event brings
to our city incidents that not
only tarnishes our image but
puts the safety of our citizens
at risk. Is it really worth it? I do
not think putting this burden
on our city and its people is
worth it. I believe a lot of peo-
ple would agree.”
Ward 1 Councillor Joanne
McKenna worried that inci-
dents like these hurt Revere’s
reputation. “We have been
working very hard to change
the image of this city,”she said.
“In the last couple of years this
carnival has witnessed some
sort of a violent disturbance.
We are lucky that this time no
one got seriously hurt or killed.
I believe the city needs to find
a better way to raisemoney for
youth activities through mit-
igation money from corpora-
tions or from the new devel-
opments coming into our city.
I believe we should end the
carnival from coming into Re-
vere again.”
Morabito is hopeful that Ar-
rigo will agree with him and
McKenna. “I knowMayor Arri-
go shares the same concerns
that Councillor McKenna and
I have about not putting the
safety of our citizens at risk
each year. I have faith that
our mayor will take proac-
tive measures to reduce po-
tential safety concerns in our
city,” he said.
Police are still trying tofigure
out if the shooter was target-
ing someone at themovie the-
ater or carnival since both lo-
cations are close to each other.
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that can provide assessment,
diagnosis, treatment and sup-
port for autism spectrum dis-
orders.Workingwith agencies
and other resources as well
as partnering with doctors
and hospitals, it would then
be possible to offer a range
of medical and mental health
services for babies, children
and young adults affected by
the disorder,” stated Livote.
Donations are being re-
quested as well as team spon-
sorships, raffles, baskets and
prizes. The event is also in
need of canoes. Checks may
bemade out to Row, Row, Row
In Revere, 24 Reynolds Ave.,
Everett, MA 02149. All dona-
tions will be appreciated and
volunteers are needed for the
event. Please visit the website
at
www.rowrowrowinrevere.
com
or on Facebook at
Face-
book.com/rowrowrowinrevere
or call Stacey at: 617-610-6366.
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