If you were in attendance at Revere’s outstanding Columbus Day Breakfast and Parade, you couldn’t miss legendary Revere resident and former sports great Mickey “Say No Drugs” Casoli enthusiastically greeting friends, city officials, and business people.
After a brief setback, Mickey is back in fine form, serving in his role as the city’s goodwill ambassador.
Mickey “Say No To Drugs” Casoli has contributed so much to our community – from his annual preseason “Say No To Drugs” address to the Revere football team, to his annual presentation of sports awards, to his donations to many local organizations.
Mickey is a Revere legend who enjoys being involved in our community and promoting the city in which he grew up and served with distinction in law enforcement.
We’re happy to see Mickey’s smile and charismatic personality shining once again. We know he’ll be front and center as the Revere High football team enters the MIAA state playoffs for the first time since the 1973 Super Bowl season. He’s proud of coach Lou Cicatelli and all his players who know so well that they have a loyal booster in their corner in Mickey “Say No To Drugs” Casoli.
We wish Mickey continued good health and many more years of happiness in the city that he loves so much.