A Great Parade

On Monday under perfect weather, Revere’s own Columbus Day Parade returned to our city streets.  From the Chelsea line on Broadway to past St. Anthony’s Church on Revere Street, the parade wound its way down this route for more than two hours as thousands watched those who took part in the parade from marching bands to local youth organizations to local elected officials.

The start of this truly great event began on Sunday where more than 500 people attended the kick-off breakfast.  We thank Mayor Dan Rizzo who provided the impetus for the return of this city event.   We also thank the following individuals and organization who contributed either time or capital or both for this parade:

East Boston Savings Bank

Capitol Waste Services, Inc.

East Boston Neighborhood Health Center

First Priority Credit Union

Laborers’ International Union – Local 22

The Revere Advocate

Madison Group, Inc.

Revere Chamber of Commerce

Revere Journal

TD Bank

New Fed Mortgage/Century 21 Northshore


A.L. Prime Energy

Revere TV

Stonehurst Real Estate Group

Blanchard’s Wine & Spirits

Casa Lucia Function Facility

Century 21/Mario Real Estate

D’Ambrosio Brown LLP

Joe’s Market/Mobil

Kelley’s Roast Beef

Kinship Floral, LLC

Renewal Waste Solutions

Sheet Metal Workers Local 17

St. Jean’s Credit Union

Antonia’s At the Beach, Restaurant & Bar

Beachmont Veterans of Foreign Wars – Post 6712

Burnett & Moynihan, Inc.

East Boston/Revere Rotary Club

Festa Construction

Kiwanis Club of Revere

Leonid Blyakham

McDonald’s of Revere

Mickey “Say No To Drugs” Casoli

Palmer & Levine, P.C.

Rizzo Insurance Group

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Paul Dakin & Family

Wreck-A-Mended Auto Body

DiPietro Family Dental

Agnes Strecker Dance Studio,


Caruso Construction

Jay’s Cleaners

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