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POST-GAZETTE, AUGUST 14, 2015 Page5 A Frank De Pasquale Venture Every year, the North End Athletic Asso- ciation takes the children from the Nazzaro Recreation Center's Summer Camp Pro- gram for a fun day of baseball at McCoy Sta- dium in Rhode Island to see the Pawtucket Red Sox. On Thursday, July 30th, several members of the NEAA also attended along with the children and Nazzaro Center Camp staff. It was an awesome day at the park! Several attendees from the camp pre- sented NEAA Chairman Robert *Ted" Tomasone with a big THANK YOU card at the park to show their appreciation of the NEAA's generosity. Mar Seafood, Crudo & Oyster Ba OOO Mare Place 223 Hanover St. 617.723.MARE Quaftro Grille. RoslJccefia & Pizzeria 000 266 Hanover St, * 617,720.0444 Sfizi Mediterranean Tapas Bar Coming Soon ooo ] 35 Richmond Sl. Bricco Salumeria & Pasta shoppe Voted Best Sandwiches 000 B~'iCC O Place 24l Hanover St. 617.248.9629 (next to Bricco Panelteda} Bricco Boutique Italian Cuisine 000 24~ Hanover St, * 617.248.6~00 Trattoria II Panino Boston's 1st Original Traltoria OOO ] 1 Parmenter St - 6] 7.720,1336 Bricco Panetterla Homemade Artisan Breads OOO Bficco Place 241 Hanover St. - 617,248.9859 Gelateria & Cannoli Factory Homemade Gelato & Cannotis 000 272 Hanover St. * 64 Cros~ St. 6 Y 7.720.4243 It is time to think soccer. The NEAA has been working on a new format for 2015 and we hope it will make your child's experience a little better. They will be keeping the same age format, 4-5 year olds (9:15 am], 6-8 year olds (10:30 am) and 9-12 year olds (11:45am). It is a 10-week commitment on by John Romano Saturdays starting Septem- ber 12% The program will be held on the big field at Puopolo Park on the side near the basketball court. This year Jason Boucher, Juan Gall and David Serpa will be organizing and run- ning the program with me. The first week will be only practice, giving out uniforms f ALBANO F. PONTE, CEP Financial and Estate Planning Ernail afponte Phone 617-320-0022 MICHAEL F. NOBILE, CPCU mnobile @ BOSTON 30 Prince Street Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-6766 Fax (617) 523-0078 MEDFORD 39 Salem Street Medford, MA 02155 (781) 395-4200 Fax (781) 391-8493 J Complete Construction & Design Services From Conception to Completion ataldo nteriors Construction - Renovation - Remodeling Kitchen & Bath Design Specializing in Small Spaces * Project Management. Interior Design Services Commercial - Residential Licensed & Insured Owned & Operated by Jeanette Cataldo 42 Prince Street - Boston, MA 02113 857-317-6115 design @ and getting to know the coaches. NEAA put together a format where all teams in all age groups will have a series of drills (I use the word DRILL very lightly) each of the remaining nine weeks, and then game time like in past years. Game time will increase after a few weeks, but drills will con- tinue. We will keep the same informal, fun and er~joyable atmosphere that you all have enjoyed over the last several years. We are all about the kids having fun, but want to add a little structure to help them learn more about the game. There will be 4 teams in the 4- to 5-year-old division, 6 teams in the 6- to 8-year- old division, and 4 teams in the 9- to 12-year-old division. All teams are cued. Registration fee has in- creased to $45. If this pre- sents a hardship to any one, please let me know directly. The NEAA will never deny a child from playing due to an inability to pay. Registration is now open at; just click on soccer registration. You will get a return e-mail saying we received your reg- istration and where to mail payment. If you do not get this return e-mail, then your registration did not take, so please try again. The first two weeks of reg- istration will be restricted to North End residents, return- ing soccer players from last year and any siblings of those returning players. On Tuesday, September 1"% if we have any vacancies, we will open it up to others, We will be limiting the number of players per team to 12. We are in need of a couple coaches and assistant coaches in each age group, if you are interested in coaching, please contact me directly ASAP. Your child will be assigned to your team. We are looking forward to a great season and expect it to be a lot of fun! PLEASE REGISTER EARLYI Boston Business 2015 Healthcare Heroes Award 2015 BBJ Healthcare Hero Carla Gomes -- former North End resident and owner of North End restau- rants Terra Mia, Antico Forno and Cobblestone. Recipients Announced The Boston Business Journal announced its 2015 Healthcare Heroes, which honor those who have worked tirelessly to improve the overall health and wellness of those living in Massachu- setts and beyond. The 14 award winners (see list below) will be featured in a special section in the BBJ on August 14% "The Boston Business Journal is impressed with the amazing talent of the medical community here in Massachusetts and we're excited to be able to share their inspiring stories," said Boston Busi- ness Journal Publisher Gale Murray. "Congratulations to all the 2015 Healthcare Heroes." 2015 BBJ HEALTHCARE HEROES Volunteer: Audrey Reny at Brigham and Women's Hos- pital; and Carla Gomes at the Joslin Diabetes Center Researcher: Diana Blanehi, Executive Director of the Mother Infant Research Institute at Tufts Medical Center Educator: Melinda Maryniuk, Director of Clinical and Education Programs at the Joslin Diabetes Center; and Joel Kat-, Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Brigham and Women's Hospital Advocate: Lynn Nicholas, President and CEO of the Massachusetts Hospital Association Outreach: Carla Fogaren, Director of Diversity Initia- tives, Interpreter Services and ADA Coordination for Stew- ard Health Care Innovator: Lloyd Alello, Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, Vice Chair for Centers of Excel- lence and Associate Chief of Longwood Ophthalmology at Harvard Department of Ophthalmology, Director of the Beetham Eye Institute and Head of Eye Research at the Joslin Diabetes Center; and Adam I,andmsa, Chief Medi- cal Information Officer for Health Information Innovation & Integration at Brigham and Women's Hospital Non-physician provider: 8teplmnie 8h/me, clinical nurse in the Brigham and Women's Hospital's Neonatal Inten- sive Care Unit Physician provider: Thea James, attending physician in the Emergency Department at Boston Medical Center; and Autirea Mekee, oncologist at Lahey Hospital & Medi- cal Center and Director of Lahey's Rescue Lung, Rescue Life Program Executive: Eric 8chultz, President and CEO of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Lifetime achievement: Ed Ben, President and CEO of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute 4 ?