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POST-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1,2014 Page 11 - DAVID E. CAIRA Completes Basic Training in Georgia Private David E. Caira of Wilmington MA, gradu- ated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Benning, Georgia. He served in Delta Company, 1 st Battalion, 46 th Infantry Regiment. Private Caira completed an intensive, 10-week pro- gram that included train- ing in military discipline and studies, Army core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare prin- ciples and skills. A member of the Angelo Giuseppe Ronealli Lodge #2183 of Wilmington, MA, Private Catra was a found- ing member and officer of the Wilmington Junior Lodge #3729. His entire Private Caira had family including aunts, the honor of carrying uncles, cousins, grand- the Platoon Guidon mother and late grand- (flag) at the graduation father, Aldo A. Caira, have ceremonies. been actively involved in The Order Sons of Italy in America for decades. Caira, a 2013 graduate of Wilmington High School, is the son of Massachusetts State Past President Kevin Caira and Past First Lady Cheryl Caira. Private Caira will continue his training at Fort Huachuca, Sierra Vista, Arizona. J Ceremony Held Honoring Lt. Ed Walsh and Firefighter Michael Kennedy Nichols House Museum's Twentieth Annual Spring Fete The Nichols House Museum's Twentieth Annual Spring Fete took place recently at the elegant Boston Athenaeum. Over 200 guests enjoyed delicious hors d'oeuvres and bid on unique silent auction items. All proceeds this year are to support a major restoration project to preserve the historic home's 27 original windows and sills. Located in scenic Beacon Hill, The Nichols House Museum is one of Boston's hidden cultural gems reflecting the domestic life of a typical family of Beacon Hill at the turn of the last century. Open year-round for tours, the museum also provides an active schedule of lectures, programs, and special events for its membership and the community. Please visit Co-chairs Sarah Biller & Leslie Adam Trevania Henderson Mary Winn & Michael Hearle Dave Donavan, Sharon Mars, Gretchen & Mike Novak Bill Winterer, Hannah Commoss & Emi Winterer (Photo by Isabel Leon, Mayor's Office) Mayor Walsh attended an unveiling ceremony to honor Lt. Ed Walsh and Firefighter Michael Kennedy. The cer- emony took place at Florian Hall, 55 Hallet Street, Dorchester on Sunday, July 20 th. Mayor Martin Walsh, First Responders, New England Patriots and Orange County Choppers owner Paul Teutel, SR all came together for the unveiling of a custom made chopper in memory of fallen fire fighters LT Ed Walsh, 43 and FF Michael Kennedy, 33. Both Firefighters were lost in the line of duty on March 26 th while they led the charge into a blazing fire in an apartment building on Beacon Street. Boston hadn't lost two firefighters while on duty since 2007. Walsh had been serving the fire department for the past 9 years; he came from a family with a history of being firemen. He left behind a wife, two sons and one daughter. Kennedy had been serv- ing for the past 6 years and had previously been a marine sergeant and was an Iraq war veteran. They were both awarded Medals of Valor posthumously. The New England Patriots will hold a raffle for the bike at their last home game this year. Proceeds will go towards Metropolitan SWAT Officers Association and charities in the names of the fallen firefighters. They had already begun making a Patriots-themed bike for the fundraiser, but later decided to redesign it and honor Lt. Ed Walsh and firefighter Michael Kennedy. The Federal Trade Commission works for the consumer to prevent fraud and deception. Call 1-877-FTC-HELP (!-877-382-4357) or log on to Visit our new branch located at 389 Hanover Street to open your account today! AGLEBANK I 800-BANK-EAGLE Member FOlC Member DIF (1) Annual Percentage Yield is accurate as of 7/29/! 4. Accounts must be opened at the North End branch only. New money only. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal, Rates may vary and are subject to change without notice. Minimum balance to open the CD and earn the APY is $500, (2) To receive the additional 025% APY to earn 0.85% APY, you must maintain an Eagle Bank checking account with a monthly direct deposit from payroll, pension or Social Security for the entire term of the Special 9 Month CD. If you do not currently have direct deposit in your Eagle Bank checking account, you must have an acceptable direct deposit transaction within 90 days of opening the Special 9 Month CD. Failure to maintain an Eagle Bank checking account with a monthly direct deposit from payroll, pension of Social Security for the entire initial g month term of the CD will result in the interest rate and APY resetting to a lower, default interest rate (APY of the current 6 month D term at the time of default). Upon maturity, the CD will convert to a regular. 6 month CD term. The additional 0.25% APY for maintaining a checking account with direct deposit will NO LONGER apph/at that time.