en English
en Englishes Spanishpt Portuguesear Arabicht Haitian Creolezh-TW Chinese (Traditional)


Your Local Online News Source for Over 3 Decades

The Beachmont Improvement Committee Annual Tree Lighting and Coat Drive

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

  The Beachmont Improvement Committee (BIC) has an annual tree lighting in Cummings Park; this year they requested donations of coats to be brought to the event, which will be given to those in need of them at the Beachmont Middle School.

  This event always brings out a large crowd of Beachmont residents and regular visitors from around the city. Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna was on hand to welcome all to her ward, as well as Revere School Committee Member John Kingston. The Revere Fire Department delivered the Old Elf himself, Santa and Mrs. Claus, with a special thank you to BIC President Kathleen Heiser and Dan Maguire for their role in getting Santa and Mrs. Claus to the event.

  Candy canes were given to all the children, and all had a visit with Santa after the tree lighting.

Mason and Slia Renkins, Jeanne Conte and Kathleen Cid
Lots of local children awaited their turn to sit on Santa’s lap and get a few last-minute items added to their lists.
Ward 1 Councillor Joanne McKenna and Beachmont’s special guests, Santa and Mrs. Claus
Mrs. Claus and Santa countdown to light the tree in Beachmont’s Cummings Park.
Santa was greeted by Kenny Sieck.
Thanks to the Revere Fire Department, Santa and Mrs. Claus arrived safely at Cummings Park.
Santa gave a big hello as he arrived at Cummings Park.
The Nkeb family awaits Santa’s arrival at Cummings Park for the annual Tree Lighting.
Michelle and Rose Bell all bundled up for the cold weather.
Decorated for the holiday: Joie Piccinni and Olivia DiPesa.
The Mazzarelli family all turned out for the tree lighting event.
Peter Loperfido waited for Santa under the tree.
Valentina Escobar is shown under the Christmas Tree.
School Committee Member John Kingston and Tommy Feeney

Contact Advocate Newspapers