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POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 12, 2013 Page 5 Freedoms Foundation Sends Ten Students to Valley Forge Conference Judge Joseph V. Ferrino (Ret.) seated along with Bay State Chapter of Freedoms Foundation President Joseph V. Ferrino, Jr., (standing, center) and the ten honorees who will be attending the Freedoms Foundation Four-Day Youth Leadership Conference at Valley Forge. On April 4 m, thee Bay State Chapter of Freedoms Foun- dation held a reception at Spinelli&apos;s Function Room in Day Square, East Boston to honor ten young people from East Boston, Revere and Winthrop who will be attend- ing the annual Freedoms Foundation Four-Day Youth Leadership Conference at (Photo by Rosario Valley Forge in Pennsylva- nia on April 25 m. There the local youth will meet up with approximately 500 young people from across the country. Freedoms Foundation was formed in 1949 by a number of national leaders includ- ing among others the future President Dwight D. Eisen- Scabin, Ross Photography) hower to promote civics and U.S. history and to edu- cate and inspire the young people of America. It was started as a non-profit dedi- cated to helping students, teachers and citizens gain a greater awareness and appreciation of the prin- ciples of our free and demo- cratic society. Colantuono Deangelis Trust Fund Scholarships Applications Now Available The Trustees of the Edith G. Colantuono and Amelia and Henry DeAngelis Scholar- ship Trust Fund are pleased to announce that the application process for August 2013 scholarships is now underway. The gifts are awarded in honor and memory of the many decades of humanitarian service provided by the Trust Fund's namesakes, Edith G. Colantuono and Amelia and Henry DeAngelis. Ninety-five scholarships have been awarded since 1994. High school seniors entering the follow- ing fields or college graduate and graduate students enrolled in the areas of Human Services, Education, Teaching Recreation, Therapeutic Recreation, Outdoor Education and Environmental Sciences are encour- aged to apply. Elementary and middle school students may also be considered for work- shop scholarships if they demonstrate an interest in one of the areas noted. Prefer- ence for scholarships and or workshops will be given to students who have excelled academically, who live in, or who attend (or have attended) school in East Boston and who have provided volunteer services or exhibited outstanding leadership qualities in their community. Students meeting the criteria are invited to apply for the Colantuono/ DeAngelis Scholarship by visiting: www. colantuonodeangelis trust fund. com. Malden High School Students Step Up for Housing Families Michaela D'Onofrio and Alyssa Figueiredo. Michaela D'Onofrio and Alyssa Figueiredo have recently been accepted into the National Honor Society at Malden High School. As you may know, the National Honor Society is a club where students come together to make a change in their community. As members of the National Honor Society, they were asked to come up with a project that could impact the com- munity and that they could connect with. They chose to put a kick ball game together in the gym of Malden high school with students against teachers. The event will be held on May 2, 2013. Everyone who attends will be asked to bring canned goods and/ or money to participate. All of the pro- ceeds and donations from this event will go to Housing Fami- lies in Malden. Housing Families is an organization where homeless families are given a home. These families are provided with affordable housing. Michaela and Alyssa decided to target the children living there by inviting them to the event. The goal is to give them a fun day that will take their minds off of all of the trouble that they have been through. The children will be able to enjoy the crafts that will be provided. These children have been abused and some have no parents, so a day away from it all could really ben- efit them. In order to make this day a success they will need many people to join. You can help by getting people interested in coming to the game. The more people who attend, the more donations they will receive, to ensure that these children maintain a safe and healthy lifestyle. You can assist in achieving this goal by reaching out to members of the Malden community, for example by email or any other method of communication. They need a large quantity of donations, so spread the word in your ward or even donate items yourselves. Any donation would be greatly appreciated. They hope that you will take their project into consideration; any type of assistance you could give will be greatly appreciated and would surely make a difference in the lives of these children in the community. Donations can be sent to Housing Families Inc., 354 Cross Street in Malden, MA 02148. For a listing of needed donations, please visit www.housingfamilies.org. "An Afternoon with the Champ," Tony DeMarco Local Book Signing Appearance by Former Undisputed Welterweight Champion Caff6 Vittoria, ATS Communications and Legas Publishing are pleased to announce that Tony DeMarco will be available to personally sign copies of his bestselling autobiography Nardo: Memoirs of a Boxing Champion on Sat- urday April 20 m from I:00 to 4:00 pm at Caff6 Vittoria, 290 Hanover Street, Boston. Dubbed "The Flame and Fury of Fleet Street," North End native, Tony DeMarco, is the former undisputed Welterweight Champion of the World, and has become the unofficial ambas- sador to the North End. To acknowledge his achievements, a statue was erected in October 2012 at the comer of Cross and Hanover Street; and several years have passed since the city renamed Fleet Street to Tony DeMarco Way in his honor. One of Boston's most beloved sports figures, Tony DeMarco defeated Johnny Saxton in 1955 to become the undisputed Welterweight Champion at the famed Boston Garden, just a few blocks from his home in the North End. His epic battles with Carmen Basilio are considered two of the greatest matches in boxing history. Caff6 Vittoria welcomes the public to stop by and meet The Champ. Tony will be available to sign copies of his autobiography, Nardo: Memoirs of a Boxing Champion. Written in his own words with honesty and humor, the book touches upon the triumphs and tragedies that shaped him as an individual. It details his humble beginning on Fleet Street, his rise to the top of the boxing world and his days in Arizona as a successful nightclub owner. 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