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POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 27;>2012 -Page5 oston"=00 Wound00dllR1j0000 We Presented by the Italian American War Vets www. TheyFoughtWeRide.com Boston's 2 nd Annual Wounded Vet Ride Honoring Marine Cpl. Evan Reichenthal & Marine Cpl. Greg Caron MARINE CPL. EVAN REICHENTHAL Cpl. Reichental of Princeton, MA is a 0341 Infantry Motorman. While performing com- bat operations in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Evan stepped on an impro- vised explosive device. As a result of his injuries, Evan had his left leg amputated, left arm fused at a 40 degree, and severe nerve damage throughout his body. Boston's Wounded Vet Ride on April 28 th (rain date May 54 ) will begin at Boston Harley Davidson in Everett, Ma at 1:00 pm. At the stag- ing point, those who wish to participate will be able to sign up for the bike run at one of our outdoor sign-up tables. Participating riders will be served coffee and donuts and have the oppor- tunity to buy T-Shirts and raffle tickets. There may also be some celebrities there for riders to meet and shake hands with. At i:00 pm, after the announce- MARINE CPL. GREG C/IRON Cpl Grog Caron of Dover, CT is a 0311 Infantry Rifleman. While on foot patrol in Afghanistan, Grog en- tered an abandoned compound searching for a suspected terror- ist and bomb maker. A booby trap caused Grog to lose both his legs be- low the knee and much use of his right arm. Grog also suffers from nerve damage throughout his body. BIKE RUN DETAILS ments and some awards are presented, the ride will be- gin with a 21 gun salute from American Legion Post 146. The run will be police es- corted and travel 30 miles throughout the North Shore. After an ap-proximate one hour ride, all bikes will fin- ish at the Italian American War Veterans Post 6 in East Boston. There will be two streets shut down desig- nated for riders to park their bikes. As soon as the bikes are staged, there will be an outdoor ceremony honoring our wounded vets. If you do not ride a motorcycle, we still encourage you to attend our block party at 2:00 pm. There you can join family and friends of the wounded vets and watch the hundreds of bikes finish the run. Once our injured veterans and V.I.P's have spoken, the party will continue. At this point, if any particular per- son or MC would like to present a personal donation they are encouraged to do so. A DJ and band hosted pig roast/BBQ will commence. There will also be raffles and a silent auction. CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. Gain access to, 2 words 6. "1965's "Get__ of My Cloud" 9. Benedict XVI, e.g. 13. African antelope 14. Equal to 10 liters 15. Was furious 16. "Happy Endings" actor Adam __ 17. CSI evidence 18. Stand on end 19. Chews out 21. *Famous for her "Umbrella" 23. Likewise 24. "...partridge in a __ tree..." 25. *Madonna's controversial garment 28. Viking writing symbol 30. Interstellar cloud 35. "A River __ Through It" 37. Cause of Titanic's demise 39. Like a mad dog 40. "Do others as you would do..." 41. Tennessee footballer 43. *Aguilera and Carey can hit a high one 44. Yuletides 46. Winter OlympJc event 47. "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" author 48. Army's offensive, pl. 50. Remote Automated Weather Station 52. Used at start of new hole 53. Unstressed-stressed pattern in poetry 55. Pig's home 57. *If she "were a boy..." 61. Road less traveled 64. In the midst 65. and feather 67. EU money, pl. 69. American poet James Whitcomb 70. Geological period 71. Narrow mountain ridge 72. Benevolent and Protective Order of 73. *The __ Hot Chili Peppers 74. *She wakes up "in the morning feeling like P. Diddy" DOWN 1. AS opposed to Gross Domestic Product 2. Unfledged hawk 3. Bath powder 4. Administer 5. *"You belong with" her? 6. Betting probability 7. *Belieber, e.g. 8. Bell-bottoms bottom 9. Between larva and adult 10. Sign of something to come 11. Philadelphia's Ivy League member 12. Cocoyam Pop Music 3 27 mm 14 mn 17 m m 59 mm 46 5O 54 161 65 66 7O 73 PRESENTED BY ill Volunteer M atch .org Where volunteering begins. StatePoint Media 15. Hitler, e.g. 20. "No about it" 22. 007 creator 24. Throw out of kilter 25. *He'd "catch a grenade for ya" 26. A sentence that goes too long 27. Poker stakes 29. First man on the moon 31. *E Street 32. Lusitania's destroyer 33. Gracefully slender 34. *She "could have had it all rolling in the deep" 36. Worn from walking 38. *She "was born this way" 42. Gossipy 45. Scrooge-like 49. Cul de 51. Mean characteristic 54. Approximately 1.094 yards 56. *James Blunt: " Beautiful" 57. * naked Ladies, band 58. Short for Emilia 59. Nutrition of an embryo 60. Dollar bills 61. Half of Brangelina 62. Greek god of war 63. Shakespearean "does" 66. "We __ Marshall" 68. * "Under the boardwalk, down by the (Solution on Page 14) North Bennet Street School to Showcase Work IN BOSTON'S FINANCIAL DISTRICT, MAY 7-18 Juried Exhibition Offers a Refreshing Reminder That Traditional Craftsmanship is Thriving in Boston  As a respite from the predictable sameness of today's high-speed, mass-produced world, Boston's ac- claimed North Bonnet Street School (http://www.nbss.edu) has orga- nized an exhibit that showcases unique and extraordinary objects made by craftsmen and crafts- women trained at the school. "Made by Hand: a celebration of ex- ceptional work from the North Bonnet Street School" includes doz- ens of handmade objects painstak- ingly crafted by the school's students and alumni -- from elegant furni- ture and one-of-a-kind musical in- struments to exquisite jewelry and ornate hand-bound books. The show is open to the public from Monday, May 7 through Friday, May 18, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, in the main lobby of 125 High Street, a soaring office tower in the heart of Boston's financial district. On Tuesday, May 8, a gala fundrais- ing reception to celebrate the work and meet the makers will be held in the exhibition space. Proceeds will benefit the school's scholar- ship fund. Tickets may be purchased online at https://www.nbss.edu/giv- ing/annualevening.aspx or by calling 617-227-0155. One of the country's oldest schools for traditional crafts training, North Bonnet Street School has been teaching professional trade skills and creative problem solving since Juan Pablo Blanco, 1885. The nonprofit school is known tall clock, internationally for excellence in teaching and for its role in promot- ing the preservation of traditional craftsmanship. 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