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News

Northrup Associates Welcomes New Realtors

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Marshall D’Avanzo, REALTOR, CBR

One of our newest Realtors at Northrup Associates, Marshall is a full time Realtor who previously worked at Boston Realty Net.  He is a 45 year resident of Peabody.  He has a BA degree from Northeastern University and spent over 35 years as an accomplished Information Technology and Security professional where he held positions as Vice President and Senior Vice President in the banking and financial services industry.  Marshall is an outstanding listener and communicator ready to invest whatever time is necessary to address the needs of his clients.

Catherine Owen, REALTOR, CBR

A native Bostonian, Cathy previously lived in Needham for close to a decade, then moved between Lynnfield and West Peabody for a while until she settled in Lynnfield in 2004.   Prior to joining Northrup Associates Realtors, Cathy enjoyed the past 10 years working for Century 21 and Boston Premier Properties.  Her comfort level spans serving from high-profile corporate clients to individuals and families looking to find their perfect home.  Cathy is known for her integrity, diplomacy and sincerity in all of her dealings. In her tenure in the business, she has first and foremost strives to be someone in whom her clientele and colleagues can put their trust and faith in.


 

MarketStreet Lynnfield to host Roar: A Girl Empowerment Event with Olympic Medalist Meghan Duggan on June 10

MarketStreet Lynnfield and girls’ athletic wear retailer ivivva by lululemon have teamed up to host Roar: A Girl Empowerment Event. The event, taking place on Saturday, June 10 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., will feature inspiring activities for young girls, including the following:

Meet-and-greet and photo opportunity with Olympic Medalist and North Shore native, Meghan Duggan, complimentary Tween Yoga Class, music entertainment, giveaways, and crafts with Lucy’s Love Bus.

Girls will also be given a passport, allowing them to engage in various activities at participating MarketStreet stores and restaurants, such as FatFace, Athleta, Sephora, Apple, and DAVIDsTEA.

Roar: A Girl Empowerment Event will take place on The Green. MarketStreet Lynnfield is located at 600 Market St. in Lynnfield, Mass. (www.marketstreetlynnfield.com).

 

 

St. Maria Goretti celebrate First Holy Communion

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St. Maria Goretti Parish’s May Procession and Crowning of Mary

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On Sunday, May 14, St. Maria Goretti Parish celebrated Mother’s Day by honoring the mother of Jesus and the spiritual mother of all, the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Second-grade children who received their First Communion the previous weekend were asked to wear their beautiful white dresses and suits once again, as they led all the other children in a procession to lay pink carnations at the feet of the statue of Mary. The procession was headed by Joel Attubato and Chloe McEwen. Joel carried a pillow with a crown of flowers for Chloe to ceremoniously place on the statue.

The “Angels in the Morning” children’s choir led the congregation in song, and Father Paul Ritt ended the Mass with a special blessing for all mothers.

 

LHS Junior Post Prom Committee thanks volunteers for successful party

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On behalf of the LHS Junior Post Prom Committee, we would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all of the volunteers, contributors, and businesses who helped make the Junior Class of 2018 Post Prom Party a huge success. This year 220 students attended the event, which kept them safe on prom night by providing an exciting and enjoyable venue at their own school to continue their festivities with friends and classmates following the prom.

The theme of the evening was “We Are Boston Strong.” There was much excitement as the students entered the school to a Zakim Bridge, Star Studded Entrance with many twinkling lights across the city skyline. The school hallways were transformed into Yawkey Way with hot dogs, pizza, French fries the backdrop of Fenway park with the Green monster scoreboard, Citgo Sign and ballpark treats. The street and brightly lit signs for Boston along the way. As the kids walked the hallways, the next area was The Boston Marathon Finish Line. There were silhouette images outline the walls as sneakers were cleverly hung from the ceiling and genuine running tags mounted on the walls. Blue-sky backdrop with T Shirts and Swag featuring the marathon theme with a balloon arch at the end. The main entrance was converted into the North End decorated with brick paper walls, lighted ficus trees, red plants, Italian pastry, coffee, bistro tables with red and white checkered cloths and many hand made signs to include Mike’s Pastry and Dunkin Donuts. There were park benches and seating areas for students to sit back and relax. The gym became the main activity area where the entertainment included a DJ, mechanical bull, basketball shoot out, selfie photo ops with life size cut outs of the sports heroes like Tom Brady! Tattoos and glow necklaces as well as balloon arches to tie in each of the Boston Sports teams. It looked amazing. At 1:00 AM the ever-popular hypnotist entertained them to conclude the evening.

We would like to thank all of the local businesses, private donors, and parent volunteers who made this evening such a huge success. In addition we would like to express our appreciation to the Superintendent’s office, LHS PTO, LMS PTO, SSS PTO, and HHS PTO for their support and donations. Lastly, we would like to offer our sincere thanks to Mr. Robert Cleary, Mr. Brian Bates, the Office Staff, and Teacher Advisors who were all instrumental in the planning and implementation of the junior prom and post prom party.

Due to everyone’s commitment to our community, the students had a great evening! It was wonderful to see them truly enjoying themselves. The students were polite, respectful and appreciative of the efforts that made this post prom party a success.

Sincerely, Tricia Torosian

Laurie Jameson

And The LHS Junior Post Prom Committee

   

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