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Page6 POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 16, 2010 Industrial Credit Uni gn tlnnounces JOHN J. CAMPANZ MEMORIAL College Scholarsl Winners Saint John&apos;s Annual Gala by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari Timothy P. Houten, Esq. (ICU Director), Scott Brown, U.S. Senator, Joseph C. Carter, Adjutant General Massachusetts National Guard, Roy Campana, ICU President, Daniel Egan, Massachusetts Credit The Industrial Credit Union (ICU) announced the winners of its 17 th annual College Scholarship Pro- gram. Massachusetts Na- tional Guard Adjutant Gen- eral Joseph C. Carter and United States Senator Scott Brown graciously hosted the drawing at the Senator's of- fice in Boston. The program was named in honor of John J. Campana who served as ICU Treasurer for more than 50 years. Ten winners were each awarded $1,000 scholar- ships that can be used to pay for college tuition, books and/or fees. Applications for the upcoming year 2011 scholarship program will be released this summer. "ICU is grateful to once again offer these scholar- ships. When we have an opportunity to give some- thing back to the community we serve, we're all better off said ICU President, Roy Campana. "We are proud to have both General Carter and Senator Scott Brown participate in providing ad- ditional educational assis- Union League President. tance to our Massachusetts students." "I would like to commend this year's winners of the Industrial Credit Union John J. Campana Memorial College Scholarship for their hard work and commitment to academic excellence," said Senator Brown. "Educa- tion is a critical foundation for life and it is my hope that those who have earned these scholarships will con- tinue their studies and make the most of this tre- mendous opportunity." "It is an honor and a privi- lege to join United States Senator Scott Brown for this important and excit- ing event. I commend each recipient for their commit- ment to excellence and ex- tend my deep thanks to the Industrial Credit Union for its generosity and con- tinued support for higher education. I'wish each re- cipient success in their educational and professional pursuits." said General Carter. "The college scholarships being awarded by Industrial it's fantastic. And it's fixed! Lina Buttiri, Branch Manager 275 Hanover Street, Boston, MA 02113 (617) 557-2950 PButtiri@Century-Bank.com Century Bank, www.AskCentury.com AIIston Beverly, Boston Braintree Brookline * Burlington Cambridge Coolidge Corner (coming soon) Everett Lynn Malden Medford * Newton Peabody Quincy Salem Somerville Winchester 4.50% Annual Percentage Rae {APR i offer is sL b e t o c ed app ova <t d ass Jm : he tota m.,tgaqe loans including home equi ine , and/or IL,ns do not ecc,' 75t o( tie LOan-To \\;tal iLTV ot your 1-4, nlily o',wer occupic iome ,'condommaum or secon'd home located in Massachusetts wfth automatic mortl, Ion payments from a establistr-d Century B,nk Clkin AccntFirlallanAma1bdieritb;sedIarpayneptanustri1ereletsPropty insurance is require0. tl-rr/er rrls and conditions may ;oDly. Cer ury Batik ruserves lie r gh to w thdra" v   offer at a ly tin!e Cr." ult your tax advisor regarding (he de-'d LIC tlbilit' Of interest Rate i accurate as ef 4/[,; I 0 ' Equal Housilg Lender/Member FD1C Credit Union is just one part of a 100 year tradition of community service by this credit union." said Mas- sachusetts Credit Union League President Dan Egan. The Industrial Credit Union is a full service state chartered community credit union. Chartered in 1910, we are the longest running community credit union in the country. Providing banking prod- ucts and services with federally insured deposits, credit unions are the safe haven in today's troubled financial services sector. The ICU office is located at One Liberty Square in Boston. You can also contact them by phone at 617-742- 1616, and on the web at: www.icu.org. PRAYER TO ST. JUDE May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and pre- served throughout the world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus pray for us. St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, help of the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day and by the 8th day your prayers will be answered. It has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised. My prayers have been answered ATP PRAYER TO ST. JUDE May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and pre- served throughout the world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus pray for us. St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, help of the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day and by the 8th day your prayers will be answered. It has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised. My prayers have been answered, P.M. Vazzd Funeral Homes 262 Beach St., Revere 781-284-1127 11 Henry St., E. Boston 617-567-0955 Louis R. Vazza - Mark A. Tauro Funeral Directors www.vazzafunerals.com The North End has much to commend as a neighbor- hood. One would be hard pressed to find a community of like size that is as diverse and historically significant as this storied comer of Bos- ton, slightly larger than one square mile. Packed within its confines are historical sites, a flourishing restau- rant community, a remark- able collection of churches, hotels and a thriving ma- rine community that in- cludes the US Coast Guard base and tossed in for good measure approximately 17,000 residents who go about the process of living their lives, lives made richer by the diverse neighborhood they call home. Saint John School is a North End treasure that has been providing the children of the neighborhood and sur- rounding communities a solid Catholic education for 115 years. Thousands of chil- dren who began their aca- demic lives at Saint John's, possibly the oldest Catholic grade school in Boston, have gone off to all sectors of soci- ety with a foundation well prepared to face the chal- lenges of life. On Saturday, April 11 t, Saint John held its annual gala at the 'All Hands Club', U.S. Coast Guard Base lo- cated on Commercial Street. The doors opened promptly at 6:30 p.m. allowing guests time to chat and survey the many fine items offered at silent auction while enjoy- ing hors d'oeuvres and cock- tails. At 8:00 Sister Eileen, Principle of Saint John's, welcomed the guests, and said the blessing. Following the blessing, dinner was served, a sumptuous dinner beginning with salad and antipasto followed by ravioli an entree of chicken and roast beef and finally coffee and dessert Dancing began at 9:00 with music provided by Sal Bartolo. The evening ended at midnight, it was a won- derful evening in the com- pany of good friends and sup- porters of Saint John School on its 115 th anniversary. THE SPIRIT by Judean Langone These few words that I am writing come from gestating within my heart's soul- It's filaments growing into the syllables of this song. 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