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  The City of Revere honored veterans on Memorial Day this past Monday with the annual ceremony at McMackin Veterans Memorial Park (formerly known as American Legion lawn) on Broadway. RevereTV streamed the ceremony live on all outlets. The Revere Veterans Service Office hosted the event, which included an unveiling of memorialized bricks as part of a yearlong fundraiser for local veterans. This year’s guest speaker was US Marine, motivational speaker and author Andrew Biggio. The Memorial Day Ceremony is now replaying on the RevereTV Community Channel and can be watched on YouTube anytime.

  The Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR) kicked off summer early at Revere Beach last week. DCR Commissioner Brian Arrigo (former mayor) was joined by Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Rebecca Tepper to talk about the importance of water safety as the beach heads into its busy season. RevereTV covered this press conference as it took place across from the Markey Bridge. To view footage from the event and learn more about water safety, watch in between programming on RTV GOV over the next few weeks. You can also watch the short video on RevereTV’s YouTube page.

  If you are a resident or business owner in the neighborhood around Shirley Avenue, you might want to check out this week’s “In the Loop” public service announcement. Shirley Avenue is part of MassDevelopment’s Transformative Development Initiative program, which plans to help fund improvements to communal outdoor areas in the neighborhood. To learn more about how to get involved and share your ideas, listen to this PSA on “In the Loop” playing in between programming on RevereTV or posted to all social media accounts. Head to www.shirleyave.comfor more official information and to get directly involved with the project.

  Revere held the fourth annual Pride Flag Raising Ceremony at City Hall. RevereTV live streamed this event on RTV GOV, the Community Channel, Facebook and YouTube. The ceremony was an all-inclusive event with words from community members and local officials. If you couldn’t attend at City Hall and missed it live on RTV, coverage of the Pride Flag Raising Ceremony will replay on RevereTV throughout June.

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