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POST-GAZETTE, JANUARY 15, 2010 Page 7' You can email your questions to postgazette@aol.com to the attention of Freeway. Don't forget folks, Freeway is not a vet, so please keep the questions light-hearted! Thanks. I can't believe a whole year has gone by and here we are 2010 a brand new year. I wonder how many of my pooch friends realize that a whole year has gone by? What can I do to make a dif- ference in my life? Or even better, what can I do to make myself happy (1) Retire (2) Take a trip to Florida? (3) Give my notice at my job? (4) Clean out my office and throw a hint I like to take life easy. How can I explain to my boss that I am getting old I mean in dog years I am 70 years old and in another year I'll be 77 years old. Wow! Where have all my years gone? Maybe I should think with a positive feeling in another few months it will be March and then Spring and I'll be sitting by the water- front toasting my paws by the water and relaxing ... I realize if we don't take one day at a time and enjoy ev- ery minute of the day we are missing something. I should look out from my office win- dow more often and watch everyone walking by and wave. That will give me something to do beside work all day. I know what will make me happy. It may not make my boss happy but I am going to do itl I am going to ask for a pay raise. I am sure my human companion can use some extra cash. I think I deserve it. I work very hard pounding on those computer keys all day. My nails kill me at the end of the day. Bad enough I have to go to the vet's every six weeks and have them cut so I can keep them nice and trim when I bang on the com- puter keys. How many pooches feel like I do? Well I don't think Harry does, he is busy chasing his ball all day in his apartment and Jake sleeps all day waiting for his human companion to come home. I suppose I am the only pooch that works for a living. Why is that? How did I ever apply for this job, I can't remember that far back. I have to ask the book- keeper when I started this position and at the same time ask for that raise but before I do, I better drum up some business. A lot of my pooch friends know I am writ- ing for the Post-Gazette but what about their human companions, their friends? Hey guys! I need a little help here! Do you want to men- tion that the Post-Gazette comes out every week and you can subscribe for a year for $30.00. It would make a perfect gift for someone. Oh! Don't let me forget we also do printing like letter head- ing; business cards; Wedding invitations; and business envelopes also lunch and dinner menus for restau- rants. Maybe you know someone in business you could mention me (Freeway) and they can give me a call 617-227-8929. I'll be more than glad to help them with whatever they may need or they can talk to Lisa. She is always at the front desk (she is my bonding friend). I am not kidding here guys. I need to get a raise and in order to do that I need to get some business my way. So ALL you Pooch friends out there whisper in your master's ear and pass the word on the paper would make a wonder- ful gift for someone and they can read my column every other week. That should make them happy. That's all for now ... Life is Wonderful! EAST BOSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2010 Installation of OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS The East Boston Chamber of Commerce is proud to an- nounce the 2010 Board of Directors. Neffo Cappuccio of Cappuccio Construction has been elected President. i st Vice President Diane Modica, Law Office of Diane J. Modica; 2 nd Vice President Joseph Zirpoli, D&Z Auto Repair; 3 rd Vice President, Albert 'Buddy' Mangini, G2 Secure Staff; Trea- surer, Kim Altschul, East Boston Savings Bank and Secre- tary, Joanna Cataldo, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center. Serving as Board of Directors: Anna DiMaria, Law Offices of Michael D'Avolio; Pasquale 'Pat' Todisco, Ill, Todisco Towing; Chip Tuttle, Suffolk Downs; Marisa DiPietro, East Boston Social Centers; Franz Israel, New England Gal- lery of Latin American Art; Scott Warren, SERVPRO of East Boston, Chelsea & Charlestown; Rodrigo Angulo, La Chiva Restaurant; Robert Indresano, Law Office of Robert Indresano and Christopher Pachios, Bulgroup Properties. The official installation ceremony will take place on Wednesday, January 27 at Noon at Spinelli's Function Facility, 282 Bennington Street, East Boston. For more information please call 617-569-5000. Coro-Dante Chorus Rehearsals to Begin The Coro-Dante, New England's all-Italian repertoire four- part chorus, is starting up rehearsals for the spring on Mon- day, January 25th at 7 pm. Those with an interest in sing- ing with us are most welcome to come join us. We meet every Monday night at the Dante Alighieri Society, 41 Hamp- shire St, Kendall Square, Cambridge. For more info please email: coro-dante@yahoogroups.com and look at our webpage: http: / / launch.groups.yahoo.corn group CORO-DANTE / Taste of Eastie (Continued from Page I) (Photos by Lisa Cappuccio) Left to right, District 7 Police Officers, Captain Robert Cunningham, Sergeants Robert DiPasquale, Jack O'Connell, and Arthur McCarthy enjoying the Taste. These officers are retiring from service this year. Best wishes and thanks for many years dedicated to the police force and to the community of East Boston. Spinelli's Bakery and Catering, Donna Greer and Santiago Marin. Hard working volunteers. Standing: Albert "Buddy" Mangini. Seated L-R: Rosalie Petralia and George Gambale. King Dragon Restaurant, Yan Lee and John Lee. D'Parma's Restaurant. Ecco Restaurant, David and Carla Modica. Meridian Food Market, Angela Cockrelle. Peach's and Cream Bakery, Gladys L. Villanueva and Marissa G. Lemus. Ray Cavicchio entertains for the evening. Dr. Matt Mallen, Brenda White, Kim, baby Owen and Eugene Flanagan enjoying the Taste. INCOME TAX PREPARATION Financial Services Professional Tax Consultant Personal & Business Year Round Service M.P. & Co. Tax & F00aNCIaL SERVICES GRACE PREVITE MAGOON, EA 617-569-0175 146 Maverick Street, East Boston, MA 02128 ESTABLISHED IN 1938 e-mail: gmagoon@aol.com