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POST-GAZETTE, AUGUST 8, 2014 - Page 9 2014 NORTH END FESTIVAL DIRECTORY SPONSORED BY mO l I RE Mike's Pastry RI STORANTtf BI@-BI I O deiSigan AUGUST MADONNA DELLA CAVA Hanover & Battery Sts. Sunday Procession August 8, 9, 10 I pm MADONNA del SOCCORSO August 14, 15, 16, 17 North, Fleet & Lewis Sts. (Fisherman's) Sunday Procession I pm ST. ANTHONY Endicott & Thacher Sts. Sunday Procession August 29, 30, 31 12 pm ST. LUCY September 1 Monday Procession - Endicott St. 3 pm ST. ROSALIE September 7 Procession Only - North Square 1 pm OCTOBER ST. JOSEPH'S FEAST Hanover Street Sunday Procession October 3, 4, 5 I pm MORE ITALIAN FESTIVALS Malden, MA SAINT ROCCO FESTIVAL Pearl Street Sunday Procession August 8, 9, 10 I pm Lawrence, MA FEAST OF THE THREE SAINTS Saints Alfio, Filadelfo and Cirino Common & Union St., Lawrence Sunday Procession August 29, 36, 31 3 pm Cambridge Festival SS COSMAS AND DAMIAN September 6, 7 Warren and Cambridge St., Cambridge Sunday Procession 1 pm ~~e~cs s~-m~s~! ~S FAMOUS FOR Cannofi Italian Pastry Wedding and Birthday Cakes Ice Cream Specialists 300 Hanover Street - Boston, Massachusetts Mike Mereoglieno, Owner Max Warburg Courage Curriculum Hosted 23re Annual Awards Luncheon The Max Warburg Courage Curriculum (MWCC) hosted its 23~ Annual Awards Lun- cheon at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel Ballroom for more than 300 family mem- bers, friends and MWCC sup- porters. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and former Mayor Tom Menino were both on hand to honor the 41 sixth grade students from 37 Greater Boston schools as they accepted their Courage Award medals. For the school program, students write es- says on courage that are read by a panel of judges who select the best examples for publication in the MWCC's Abby & Mary Johnson. annual The Courage of Chil- dren: Boston and Beyond book. Janet Wu and Jennifer Donaldson. Ann Hunnewell, Polly Maroni & Audrey Nichols. Mayor Marty Walsh and formerl Mayor Tom Menino flank Luncheon chair Carrie Minot Bell, left, and MWCC President Stephanie Warburg. (North End Residents) Award recipient Dominic Orlando, sixth grader at St John School and his father Francis Orlando, enjoy the luncheon with St. John School's Marjorie Sarzana, left, and Kathleen Greenberg, on right. MWCC supporters Julie Joyal, Sukey Forbes, Kelly Boullet and Daria McLean (Photos by Roger Farrington) Visit our new branch located at 389 Hanover Street to open your account today! NK I 800-BANK-EAGLE Member FDIC Member DIF (1) Annual Percentage Yield is accurate as of 7/29/14. Accounts must be opened at the North End branch only. New money only. A penalty may be imposed for eady 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 0.25% APY to earn 0.85% APY, you must maintain an Eagle Bank checking account with a monthly direct deposit from payroll, pension or Social Secunty for the entire term of the Special 9 Month CD. If you do not currently have direct deposit in your Eagle Sank 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 Sank checking account with a monthly direct deposit from payroll, pension or Social Secudty for the entire initial 9 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 CD term at the time of default). Upon matudty, the CD will convert to a regular, 6 month CD term. ~e additional 0.25% APY for maintaining a checking account with direct deposit will NO LONGER aonlv at ~at time. V[