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POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 12, 2014 Page 11 5 th Annual Italian Heritage Golf Classic Sponsored by Wilmington Sons of Italy, Italian Heritage Month Committee and the Grand Lodge Sons of Italy in Massachusetts In celebration of October as Italian Heri- tage Month, the Wilmington Sons of Italy, the Italian Heritage Committee and the Grand Lodge Sons of Italy in Massachusetts, is holding their 5 th Annual Golf Tournament. This year's event will take place on Friday, October 3, 2014, at the Merrimack Valley Golf Club in Methuen, Massachusetts. Tee time is 8:30 am, a shotgun start and the format is best ball. Donation of $125 per player includes a con- tinental breakfast, breakfast sandwich at the turn, luncheon buffet, green fees, golf cart, goodie bag and gift. There will be con- tests on the course, which will include clos- est to the pin and a 50/50 raffle hole. Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams with the lowest scores. All proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Alzheimer's Association, Cooley's Anemia Foundation, the Italian Heritage Scholarship Fund and the Charitable & Educational Trust of the Grand Lodge Sons of Italy. If golf is not your sport, but you are inter- ested in making a charitable donation, you can become a sponsor. For just $I00 or $50 you or your business can sponsor a Hole or Golf Cart. Your name will appear on a sign which will be prominently displayed. The committee is also accepting raffle dona- tions. Those of you just wanting to enjoy a delicious luncheon buffet, tickets are avail- able at a donation of $30. There will be a silent auction of sports memorabilia during the luncheon. For more information or registration and/ or sponsorship forms, please contact Kevin Caira at 978-657-7734. The Wilmington Sons of Italy, the Italian Heritage Commit- tee and the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts thank you in advance for your support. Nicola De Santis (Continued from Page 1) American and the Amer- ican," he said. But, he also believes in the Italian- American community's re- sponsibility to keep the momentum going. He wants to work together with the community and is eager to hear any suggestions. According to Mr. De Santis, former consul general Giuseppe Pastorelli traced a path that he would like to follow, adding his own expe- rience and vision. "For example, Giuseppe was heavily involved with the Italian Cultural Center project. I truly hope it can happen," he said. The build- ing of an Italian Cultural Center is at the forefront of his priorities, as well as pro- moting Italian culture and language. "I think that the goal of the consul is to put together the different spheres of the community: the traditional one, the Ital- ian-American associations, the new Italians who arrived here 5, 10, 15 years ago, which is a different story than when Italians first emigrated here," he said, "but in a way they're very similar and they're two dif- ferent parts of the commu- nity. I think we should try to bring them together. The Italian Cultural Center can be a way to do that." Mr. De Santis and his fam- ily have settled in Belmont, Massachusetts because of its family oriented nature, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given by TODISCO TOWING OF 94 CONDOR STREET, EAST BOSTON, MA pursuant to the provisions of Mass G.L. c 255, Section 39A that they will sell the following vehicles. Vehicles are being sold to satisfy their garage keeper's lien for towing, storage and notices of sale: 2000 MERCURY SABLE VIN #1MEFM5550YA646567 2000 NISSAN SENTRA VIN #3N1CB51D8YL309366 2002 HONDA CiViC VIN #2HGES26732H523254 1997 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER VIN #1P4GP44RXVB356862 2000 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY VIN #1C4GP54LOYB710544 2002 HONDA CIVIC VIN #1HGEM22922L029035 1995 CHEVY PICKUP VIN #1GBEK14K1SZ174115 1997 BMW 5 VIN #WBADE632XVBW54578 1993 HONDA PRELUDE VIN #JHMBB2158PC006449 2003 BMW 325XI VIN #WBAEP3349PF02132 2001 FORD EXPLORER SPORT VIN #1FMYU70E81UC18138 1999 HONDA CIVIC VIN #1HGEJ8143XL025777 2000 FORD EXPLORER VIN #1FMZU73E9YZC27802 2005 FORD EXPLORER VIN #1FMZU73E25UB96370 2001 DODGE DAKOTA VIN #1B7662XB15303954 1997 INTERNATIONAL 4900 BOX TRUCK VIN #1HTSCAAM9VH472118 The above vehicles will be sold at auction online only at TOWLOT.COM MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2014 at 10:00AM at towlot.com Run dates: 9/12, 9/19, 9/26, 2014 proximity to Boston and pub- lic school system. He be- lieves in public schools and he says that being in the United States is particularly good for his children, "It's a lot easier than in other parts of the world," he stated. He and his wife, Elisa, are both happy to be here. They had been to Boston before on va- cation, so they already had expectations, which the Hub has fulfilled. Mrs. De Santis is an oncologist and is cur- rently working towards her PHD, which she hopes to con- tinue in Boston. The De Santis family is still settling down, but they're excited about what awaits them. It's Coakley vs. Baker (Continued from Page I) Moulton. This was the first time since 1992 that an incumbent congressman lost a primary fight. Also a big winner was Steve Kerrigan who ran away LEGAL NOTICE Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Middlesex Probate and Family Court 208 Cambridge Street Cambridge, MA 02141 (617) 768-5800 Docket No. MI14P4522EA Estate of DORIS CAIL GRISCOM Date of Death November 10, 2012 CITATION ON PETITION FOR FORMAL ADJUDICATION To all interested persons: A Petition has been tiled by David L. Carl of Wseton, MA and Gerald R. coil of Waltham, MA requesting that the Court enter a formal Decree and Order of testacy and for such other relief as requested in the Petition. And also re- questing that David L. Carl of Weaton, MA and Gerald R. coil of Waltham, MA be appointed as Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve Without Surety on the bond. You have the right to obtain a copy of the Petition from the Petitioner or at the Court. You have e right to object to this proceeding. To do so, you or your attorney must file a written appearance and objection st this Court before: 10:00 a.m. on September 25, 2014. This is NOT s headng date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance and objection if you object to this proceed- ing. If you fall to file a timely wdtten appear- ance and objection followed by an Affidavit of Objections within thirty (30) days of the return date, action may be taken without further notice to you. The estate is being administered under formal procedure by the Personal Represen- tative under the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code without supervision by the Court. Inventory and accounts ere not required to be filed with the Court, but recipi- ents are entitled to notice regarding the administration from the Personal Represen- tative and can petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including distribution of assets and expenses of administration. WITNESS, RON. EDWARD F. DONNELLY, JR., First Justice of this Court Date: August 28, 2014 Tara E. DeCristofam, Register of Probate Run date: 9/12/14 with the lieutenant gover- nor's race and will now team up with Coakley for the November election. Biggest winner up in New Hampshire was former U.S. Senator. Scott Brown who easily held off two primary opponents and will now face U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in November. If Brown wins, he will be only the third U.S. senator to represent two dif- ferent states. Biggest winner in Massa- chusetts besides 35-year-old Seth Moulton was Maura Healey, who had to fight the political establishment to claim her upset victory. Biggest loser appears to be Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, who threw City Hall support to Warren Tolman. Appar- ently, the voters did their own thing in this race. November 5 th now harkens. Let us see if the turnout grows and let us see how Coakley fairs against Baker. Republican Charlie Baker versus Martha Coakley will be a dozy. Will Grossman primary voters flip to Coakley or cross over to Baker?. Up on the North Shore, former State Senator Richard Tiesi, R-Wakefield, was preparing for his rematch with Tiemey after narrowly getting de- feated back in 2012. Rtmning against Moulton, Tiesi faces a steep challenge, taking on the charismatic newcomer in the Democratic Party. Biggest of losers on Pri- mary Day were the same 88 percent of registered voters who stayed home rather than participate in their democratic republic. MARC WHITTAKER Named Chief Operating Officer of Eagle Bank Mr. Lawrence Shuman, Chairman, Board of Direc- tors of Eagle Bank recently announced the election of Mr. Marc J. Whittaker as Chief Operating Officer of the Bank. Reporting to the President & C.E.O., Mr. James H. Whittaker, Marc will be responsible for day-to-day bank operations. "The Board is pleased to recognize Marc's efforts in this manner; he has worked tirelessly since 2008, assum- ing additional responsibili- ties over the years to achieve this milestone," Mr. Shuman stated on behalf of the Board. "He deserves the opportunity to demonstrate his leader- ship under the tutelage of the Board and to be consid- ered for future opportunities as well." Mr. Whittaker holds a B.S. from Wake Forest Univer- sity, a J.D. from Suffolk Uni- versity School of Law, and most recently, graduated from the prestigious BU School of Law LLM Program with a concentration in Banking and Finance Law. Eagle Bank offers a wide range of retail consumer banking services, as well as a complete portfolio of com- mercial retail and lending products and services. As a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corpora- tion (FDIC} and the Deposi- tors Insurance Fund (DIF}, depositors' funds are fully insured. For more informa- tion please call (800) BANK- EAGLE or visit us on the web at www.bankeagle.com. Beacon Hill Highfalutin Standards Gut Ripped Apart?. by Sal Giarratani New ramps have caused some friction within the neighborhood, but in the end, will make foot traffic more accessible to those with disabilities. They will fit right in with the evolving history of Beacon Hill. (Photos by Norman Herr] The ongoing battle being waged by some within the Beacon Hill Community including the Beacon Hill Civic Associa- tion over handicap ramps along the neighborhood's side- walks sounds so silly. Many want the state and city to re-do the ramps which they believe are in violation of Beacon Hill Historic District guidelines. Should the new concrete ramps with plastic strips down at Charles Circle be replaced with so-called "materials that are appropriate" to Beacon Hill? These ramps are there to help the disabled. Do we want to go back in time to when no one saw the blind and disabled around them? Perhaps, we could, while we are at it, re- move traffic signals too, since they are a rather new devel- opment for public safety. With all the troubles happening in the news, battling handicap ramps seems so silly. Other neighborhoods like Bay Village and the South End worked with the city on the color scheme of the ramps and in the end, everyone seemed to be able to compromise on both aesthetics and safety. Why can't Beacon Hill do likewise? I am not against retaining the charm of historic Boston. Recently (Boston Globe, August 8), John Winske, execu- tive director of the Disability Policy Consortium, which had lobbied the City of Boston for improved accessibility said some voices within the Beacon Hill community stood in sharp contrast to other historic Boston neighborhoods, =I think there's a lot of people in that neighborhood who are used to getting their way. What makes me the most sad about this is that a year ago, we were one Boston. We rallied as a city. Now, the way this has played out, some of the very people who were injured on that day cannot visit that neighborhood." It is time for outspoken members of the Beacon Hill community to not forget the disabled and not forgot every Boston neighborhood is part of that One Boston. History and aesthetics cannot trump the rights of the disabled! WWW. BOSTO N POSTG AZ ETTE. C O M