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City and Veterans Committee hosted Veterans Day dinner dance; Soldiers’ Home in Chelsea veterans were guests of honor

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  The City of Revere collaborated with the Revere Veterans Committee to host a Veterans Day dinner dance at the Joseph L. Mottolo VFW Post 4524 last Friday night. Members of the Soldiers’ Home in Chelsea were the guests of honor.

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Robert D’Amelio accepted a Certificate of Appreciation on behalf of the Joseph Leon Mottolo VFW Post #4524 from Revere Veterans Committee Co-Chairs Al Terminiello and Ira Novoselsky.
Edward, who served during the Vietnam Era, and Sandra Ciancarelli, alongside Carl and Roseanne Borgioli, who served in Vietnam and earned a Purple Heart
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Veterans received a standing ovation.
In back are Karen Simonelli and Trish Bryant. Seated, pictured from left to right: Revere and Everett residents Cheryl Forte, Stephanie Russo and Donna Dicks.
Don Ventolieri, who served in Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Cristina Ventolieri alongside his service dog, Zeak.
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Guest Speaker Clinton Peterson, who works at the Soldiers’ Home in Chelsea, thanked all veterans for serving.
Emcee Al Terminiello thanked veterans’ families for their sacrifice.
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Shown from left to right: Ward 2 Councillor and veteran Ira Novoselsky, Irma Accettullo and Milly Schettino did the electric slide.
Pictured from left to right: Ward 2 Councillor/event cohost Ira Novoselsky, Revere Veterans Service Officer/Councillor-at-Large Marc Silvestri, Councillor-at-Large Anthony Zambuto, and veteran/event cohost Al Terminiello Jr.
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Soldiers’ Home in Chelsea staff and veterans, pictured from left to right: Standing: Recreation Director John Davis, Human Resources Director Clinton Peterson and Vietnam veteran Phil Tammaro; seated: Vietnam veterans Charley Sarcia, William Collins, Frank Ells and Larry Clark and peacetime veteran Peter Gloss.

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