RevereTV went beyond the concert celebration for St. Patrick’s Day at the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center. Along with the event coverage that has been playing over the past week, you can now watch a highlight reel with interviews from seniors and local representatives at the event. Check it out on the Community Channel or at any time on YouTube.
If you missed it, you can still watch the coverage of Congresswoman Katherine Clark meeting with local Revere representatives and community workers about the Riverfront project. In the video package, you will hear about the initiatives of the project, which include new living space, public parks and shore restoration. This project is in the neighborhood by Gibson Park at the interior of the Point of Pines. From the pictures shown during the press conference, the tidal and storm flooding is evident, and the plans being discussed will revitalize the area. Watch now as it replays on RTV GOV in between meetings over the next few weeks.
“Amplify Student Voice” is a show that was started last year and began with Revere High School students. It ended up with just that one episode last year, but it is back! This new episode features fourth-graders and includes interviews for their perspective on various topics about their school community. This program will serve to do just as it is titled: to amplify and spotlight the voices of Revere’s students. It is created and produced by students and the Student Voice Committee of the Revere Equity Board. Episode two of “Amplify Student Voice” is now playing on the Community Channel at 8:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. this week. It will remain playing on the channel for a few weeks, but it can also be found on YouTube.
The Susan B. Anthony Middle School Drama and Band performance is now playing on the Community Channel and is posted to YouTube. Enjoy the entertainment as SBA students take you back in time with “Decades the Musical.” The show included songs from the 1950s to 2020s. Some popular tunes were songs from “Grease,” The Beatles, “Mamma Mia! and “High School Musical.” Watch the middle school performance as it replays on RTV over the next few weeks.
This week on “In the Loop,” you are reminded to fill out your annual census! The Revere city census is sent to household’s every year and is important to complete so the City of Revere can keep accurate records. The census also keeps your voting records active and up to date. Please complete, sign and return your census form as soon as possible. Watch this message from “In the Loop” in English, Spanish, Portuguese or Arabic on RTV’s YouTube, Facebook and Instagram pages.