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The Revere High School Class of 1965 is turning 70! Let’s celebrate Saturday, June 24, at The Marina at the Wharf, 543 North Shore Road, Revere at 7 p.m. Music will be by DJ Stevie Ray. Casual dress is the attire. Please RSVP by June 23 and the cost is $ 45 per person A full buffet of appetizers, coffee and dessert will be served.  Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Revere Veterans Food bank. Reunion Committee members are:

Ed Ciancarelli Joe Cole Cathy (Kiki) Hanson Barbara Liberatore Dennis Moschella Ira Novoselsky Kathy Penney Jeannine Roy Contact the Class of 1965 at mail to:[email protected] [email protected] or call Ira Novoselsky for reservation form by June 23, 2017.



Walk or stroll alongside America’s first public beach. Listen to the words of Charles Eliot a landscape architect who passionately worked to preserve scenes of natural beauty for the well being of you and everyone in Massachusetts. Program is wheel chair accessible on easy, level terrain. Meet at: Outside at One Eliot Circle, Revere MA (The tan DCR building at the corner of Dolphin Avenue). Free Parking available along Revere Beach Boulevard. Dates are Revere Beach Reservation Fridays, June 23 & 30 3:00 -4:30 p.m.

Shorebird Surprises
Revere Beach Reservation
Tuesdays, June 27 7:00 -8:30p.m.
Explore beautiful Revere Beach
for shorebirds and Manx
Shearwaters and learn how these
birds are adapted for
survival. Walk up to 3 miles on
the beach, on mud flats and
paths. Some binoculars and a
spotting scope will be provided
but please bring these items if you have them. Meet at: Across the street from One Carey Circle on the sidewalk of the semicircular parking lot.



CAPIC, the local anti-poverty agency has been designated by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) as the official Continuum of Care -Balance of State Homeless Provider for Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop.  Given this official designation, CAPIC is commissioned to assume responsibility to coordinate homelessness prevention activities for Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop, which includes outreach to identify unsheltered homeless individuals and foster relationships with them in an effort to encourage these individuals to accept additional resources, shelter, and housing; CAPIC will screen unsheltered homeless persons for mainstream resources and assist them with the application process; and assist unsheltered homeless persons access emergency shelter.

In this role, CAPIC, in conjunction with DHCD will also coordinate the Annual Point-In-Time Count, and organize volunteer efforts for counting unsheltered persons in Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. CAPIC is grateful for the opportunity to increase direct services for those in need and improve the quality of life for homeless individuals.



In recognition of CAPIC’s 50th Anniversary of the Corporation, the Agency is asking all former employees to register for recognition at the Annual Meeting, scheduled for September 26, 2017. It is our hope that past employees will register and possibly even attend the celebration.

Please contact Cary Havey at 617 884-6130 (EXT. 142) and let her know when you were employed and what position you held. Please leave contact information and your availability for the event. Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you.


DCR, Zipcar Outfit 200 Zipcars with Free Annual Passes to Massachusetts State Parks

The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) and Zipcar, the world’s leading car-sharing network,  announced a unique partnership that equips 200 Zipcars in Massachusetts with annual state park passes, enabling residents and visitors to explore the outdoors. Members of Zipcar can now reserve a vehicle equipped with a pass and park for free throughout the state parks system from now until the end of the year. Today’s announcement coincides with the development of a new Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) partnerships webpage, which will serve as a resource for those interested in working with the Secretariat in the future to expand access to open spaces, and recreational and educational opportunities.

“The Baker-Polito Administration places a high priority on building relationships that enable entities, such as Zipcar, and state government to work together to reach a common goal that is in the best interest of the public,” said Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Matthew Beaton. “The development of a partnership webpage, which will showcase invaluable opportunities for stakeholders, will serve as an excellent resource. Importantly, this unique approach will further reach non-profits, private businesses, friends groups, organizations, and other stakeholders and will encourage cooperative efforts efficiently.”

The state parks system offers over 450,000 acres of parks, forests, reservations, reservoirs, and beaches to explore, and include important natural, cultural, and recreational resources. Additionally, the state parks system offers over 4,000 miles of trails, and is home to diverse flora and fauna throughout the Commonwealth.

“Boston Zipsters tend to be adventure-seekers who enjoy living in the city but also enjoying escaping into nature,” said Zipcar Regional Community Marketing Manager, Chris Moulding. “Now they have an even easier way to enjoy the outdoors with free parking passes on a number of sporty vehicles from Ford Escapes to Jeep Renegades and even a few Subaru Crosstreks decked out with Yakima bike racks.”

“An important element of the Department of Conservation and Recreation’s mission is to increase awareness and visitorship at our state parks system, which is one of the best in the world offering natural and historical locations to visit throughout the Commonwealth,” said DCR Commissioner Leo Roy. “Whether traversing the summit of Mount Greylock or enjoying a respite from the summer heat at Horseneck Beach, Zipcar vehicles will enable members to discover some of the most breathtaking landscapes Massachusetts state parks has to offer.”

The new EEA partnerships webpage will provide visitors with ongoing program information, an alert system, newly established partnerships, and contact information to begin the process of a new partnership with EEA and its agencies.



Residents who are being disturbed by airplane noise are encouraged to call the MassPort Noise Hotline 24 hours a day. The phone number is (617) 561-3333.


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