Revere Department of Public Works members installed a love sign for Autism Acceptance Month outside of City Hall last Friday afternoon. Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) members, Revere Recreation members, Little Ricky Foundation members and city officials were present.
Revere High School alum Olivia Freni with Revere High School Asst. Superintendent of Pupil and Personnel Services Richard Gallucci, who oversees the special education community in the district.
Pictured from left to right: SEPAC members, in front, kneeling: Corrie Baur, Jennifer Duggan, Jaxson Duggan, at top, Jackie Singer and Enza Goodwin; in back: Little Ricky Foundation President Richard Freni, Revere High School Asst. Superintendent of Pupil and Personnel Services Richard Gallucci, School Committee Member John Kingston, Ward 4 Councillor Patrick Keefe, ADA Coordinator Ralph DeCicco, Ward 3 Councillor Anthony Cogliandro, Mayor Brian Arrigo, State Rep. Jessica Giannino, School Committee Member Aisha Millbury-Ellis and State Rep. Jeff Turco.
Pictured from left to right: ADA Coordinator Ralph DeCicco with SEPAC member Jackie Singer, Little Ricky Foundation President Richard Freni, SEPAC Member Enza Goodwin and Revere High School Asst. Superintendent of Pupil and Personnel Services Richard Gallucci.
The love sign was installed for Autism Awareness Month last Friday afternoon outside of City Hall.
Ward 3 Councillor Anthony Cogliandro is shown with his fiancé, Andrea Cicco, and her children, Tyler Cicco, 9, and Riley Donahue, 6.
Residents Nicolas Benenati (lower center) with parents Julia Moran (second from left), Leonardo Bajana and Revere High School junior Jessica Bajana (top center). Top center is Jessica’s uncle Martinez Gonzalez and her grandmother, Iris Gonzalez. Far right is Jacqueline Santiago with Joel Ventura, 5, along with city officials and SEPAC members.