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Residents, city officials gather at Oak Island Dedication Ceremony

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Mayor Brian Arrigo, center with son, Joseph, is pictured with city councillors Joanne McKenna, Bob Haas, John Powers and Ira Novoselsky.

 

 

Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center News

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The Rossetti-Cowan Christmas Tree is surrounded by seniors spreading yuletide cheer. Surrounding the tree are Andy Botticelli, Carol Capolla, Nin DeFreitas, Dolly Tibudeau, Ellie Pantano, Mary Amato, Alice Griffin, Jo Patania, Marguerite Nott, Dominica Vittorioso, Anna Cogliandro, Mary Indorato, Margaret Walls, Mary Alba, Anthony Barrasso and Greg Ferrante. (Photos: Stephen W. Fielding)

 

   

After 70 years, Tony Sorrentino hangs-up his barber scissors

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Tony Sorrentino started cutting hair in Boston over 70 years ago, and in 2000 he moved to Chelsea at 79 Washington Ave. Paul’s Barber Shop has been his place of business for the past 16 years, but he will officially retire in January of 2017. Tony will be honored at Chelsea City Hall in the near future by City Manager Thomas Ambrosino, former Revere Mayor and personal friend of the Sorrentino family, who make their home in Revere as well. The barber shop is owned by Tony’s son Richie, and he is accompanied by two other barbers: his grandson Shawn Sorrentino and Jimmy “Mr. James” Nigro, who started about two years ago. The shop will be under new management after the first of the year.

We wish Tony all the best in his retirement and a big thank you for serving his community with pride and distinction for over 70 years.

 

   

Revere Scouts hold Christmas Wreath Fundraiser

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Revere Boy Scout Troop 15 and Cub Scout Pack 15, sponsored by the American Legion Post of Revere held a fund raising drive last Sunday morning in front of Central Fire Station on Broadway. Scouts sold holiday wreaths and Kissing Balls for needed funds that will be used for their many activities that are planned throughout the year. Talking to Scout Master Patrick McNair and Cub Master Mike Fortin, the residents of Revere were more than generous for the boys, and made the upcoming event possible because of their generosity.

For more information on both Boy and Cub Scouts, call 781-629-4434 or Face Book troop15revere or pack15revere.

 

   

Revere student passes passed Body Mind Systems Martial Arts Test

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Body Mind Systems, a comprehensive martial arts system with a school located at 263 Main St. in Stoneham, is pleased to announce that Daniel Memallaj, of Revere, passed his 3rd Section Test on November 30.

   

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