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Public Works Day taught children about city’s essential services through touch-a-truck

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  The Revere Dept. of Public Works hosted a fun time for kids during Revere Public Works Day 2022 on Saturday morning at the Rumney Marsh Academy.

Immaculate Conception preschooler Noah, 3, and kindergartner Ezekiel Vargas, 5, are shown in front of a bucket.
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Advanced meter infrastructure analyst Christine Micciulla displayed water usage for indoor and outdoor daily consumptions.
Clark Morrison, 2, picked up the hook for the catch basin, guided by sewer foreman Frank D’Amelio.
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Nicholas Gregorio, 3, said his favorite toy is a back hoe used for excavation.
A.C. Whelan third-grader Camilla, 8, and Daniel Guardado, 4, operated the sewer pump crane, guided by sewer foreman Frank D’Amelio.
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A.C. Whelan students: third-grader Alyssa and her brother, fifth-grader Michael DiOrio, checked out the camera truck panel, guided by Department of Public Works maintenance craftsman Christopher Bruker. The panel assesses water main breaks.
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Abraham Lincoln Elementary School third-grader Bryan Julian DaSilva (at left), 8, with prekindergartner Enzo Julian DaSilva, 4, alongside Public Works staff Frank D’Amelio, Christopher Fabiano, Kori O’Hara and Marc Hilton. 

(Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

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