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The City of Revere celebrated Memorial Day this past weekend and marked the holiday with a ceremony on the lawn of the American Legion Hall on Broadway. The ceremony included words from Veterans Service Office Director/Councillor-at-Large Marc Silvestri, Mayor Brian Arrigo other elected officials, veterans and families of veterans. If you missed the ceremony or want to watch it again, you can also see the laying of the wreaths at the city memorial; you can view the City of Revere Memorial Day Ceremony on YouTube at any time or as it replays over the next few weeks on RTV GOV. This is channel 9 on Comcast, and 13 or 613 on RCN.

Also on RTV GOV, you will soon see a new episode of a program called “View from the Hill,” with State Representative Jessica Giannino as the host. Representative Giannino records this program to interview a guest and talk about initiatives she is taking on at the State House on behalf of the city and surrounding district. You can watch “View from the Hill” on RTV GOV on weekday and Sunday mornings and weekday afternoons.

Mayor Brian Arrigo and his cabinet have created a new department at City Hall called the Office of Travel and Tourism, and he held a press conference at Revere Beach to announce its establishment. This office is focused on bringing family-friendly experiences and events to Revere Beach and the rest of the city. Mayor Arrigo named lifelong and proud Revere resident Charlie Giuffrida as the Director of Travel and Tourism. State Representative Jeff Turco also spoke at this event. To watch it again, tune in to RTV GOV or view it at your convenience on RevereTV’s YouTube page.

Other recent events: Last week RTV sent a crew to Rumney Marsh Academy to record a musical performance by students. This will be replaying on most weekday afternoons on the Community Channel. Local faith-based leaders held an interfaith event in honor of Memorial Day at the Jack Satter House. You can watch RevereTV’s coverage of that right now on YouTube, but also on the Community Channel. This channel is 8 and 1072 on Comcast, and 3 and 614 on RCN.

If you do not subscribe to cable, you can watch programming produced by RevereTV on YouTube, but that does not include shows from volunteer community members. Keep an eye out for live events and municipal meetings as they happen and stream on RevereTV Facebook, YouTube and both TV channels.

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