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POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 14.2012 Page 7 EAST BOSTON KIWANIS CLUB TO CELEBRATE "25 Years of Women in Kiwanis" The Kiwanis Club of East Boston will celebrate "25 Years of Women in Kiwanis" with a special celebration to be held on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at 6:00 pm at Spinelli's Function Hall, Day Square in East Boston. The public is invited to attend the celebration. Kiwanis International first voted to include women in the organization's membership in 1987, and that year, the East Boston Kiwanis Club inducted four women into the club. Two of those members, Maria DiLibero and Sandra Caggiano, remain members of the club and will be honored during the special celebration for their active participa- tion and community service. The Kiwanis Club will also honor club members with the Legion of Honor Award, this year marking 25 years of ser- vice by three club members and 35 years of service by one club member. During the ceremony, the club will also swear-in its club officers and new board of directors for the 2012-13 club year, which begins on October 1. Tickets to this special celebration includes dinner and a 50/50 raffle. To attend the "Women in Kiwanis" event, con- tact club President Ed Coletta at 617-797-2683 or club Presi- dent-elect Clark Moulaison at 617-699-7121. The deadline to get tickets is Friday, September 14, 2012 at 4:00 pm. Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. For more information about the East Boston Kiwanis Club, check out our page on Facebook. Coming Soon Blessed Mother of Sorrow Mass by Sal Giarratani This year's Blessed Mother of Sorrow Mass will be celebrated in East Boston at the ])on Orione Madonna Queen Shrine, 111 Orient Avenue on Sunday, September 16. This has always been a special day especially for parishioners at the shuttered Our Lady of Mt. Carmel• The annual feast started at Mt. Carmel back in 1932 and moved to Orient Heights and Don Orione in 2005• Since the closing of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in 2004, this annual Mass has been packed every year for this religious celebration• Mass will start at 10:30 am. Get there early because the church gets packed. This is the one Sunday of the year that the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Survivors move their regular 10:00 am Sunday service up to Don Orione in honor of Blessed Mother of Sorrow. Mrs. Murphy... As I See It Congratula- bargains will remain the four years if Obama is re- tions to Patty same ... Obama needs the elected ... In the Democratic Campatelli who boot[ Some uniformed people National Convention, Deval won the Regis- think Obama is for the Patrick, Governor ofTaxach- ter of Probate seat• According to supporters, she was strong on the other side of the tunnel. There's something to be said about the Primary Day Election. Many Independent voters did not want to declare them- selves at the polls to one par- ticular party, so they didn't vote in the Primary Day Election. In fact, many were unaware that the primary vote counted ... Revere resi- dents are excited by the economic boom. One plus for Revere is a new Market Bas- ket opening in Revere be- hind Price Rite at Northgate. I hear '{l market will be considerably smaller but the poor. Most of his supporters include welfare recipients, those on government pro- grams and extended unem- ployment people. What about gas prices, high unemploy- ment numbers and the tril- lions of dollars in debt that Obama alone caused. Lets not blame George Bush for everything. The Obamas' like to party and are costing tax- payers megabucks for their lavish entertainment. What Obama wants is bigger gov- ernment, everyone on the payroll. Just like the com- munists• One difference is, that you will get to keep half of your earnings, making it a fascist country in the next usetts told the crowd "lllegals were Moms and Pops." In other words illegals should be embraced by citizens who struggled to get here legally. He is so far to the left and so full of himself he can't understand what work- ing middle-class people who lost their jobs to illegals for half the pay. Patrick needs to spend more time investigating the number of homeless American citizens and American Veterans liv- ing on the streets of Boston and throughout Taxachu- setts. Actually, if Hiz Honor came to East Boston and {Continued on Page 13) Miss/Mister East Boston Columbus Day Pageant SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012 The Miss/Mister East Boston Columbus Day Pageant will take place at the Topsider Room at Suffolk Downs on Saturday, Sep- tember 22 "a, 2012 at 12:00 noon• This pageant is open to all East Boston residents (boys and girls) ages 3 to 20. The categories are: Tiny Miss/Mister ages 3-5, Little Miss/Mister ages 6-8, Junior Miss/ Mister ages 9-11, Pre-Teen Miss/Mister ages 12-14, Teen Miss/Mister ages 15-16, and Miss/Mister Columbus Day ages 17-20. All contestants will model two outfits, one sportswear and one formal. No talent or experience is requited. There is a registration fee. Deadline is Thursday, September 20, 2012• Tables can be reserved in advance. Coordinated by Beverly Buckley under the auspices of the Columbus Day Parade Committee. If you are interested in participating, please contact Beverly Richards Dance Cen- ter, 617-567- 1660 or e-mail info@beverly, Clark Moulaison at East Boston Main Streets office located at 146 Maverick Street, 617-561-1044 or Celeste at 617-913-3332 or by e-mail at ebcolumbuscommittee@gmail, com. Bocce • win Free Weekends ° Moreno Fruzzetti • ILiguri • Tony Valente • much more Sept 21-23 Columbus Weekend Festa Oct s-s Hunter Mountain Octoberfest Halloween Celebration * Best Family,,Weekend Oct 26-28 "'Un Ballo In Maschera ULTIMATE ITALIAN COMFORT FOOD PREPARED WITH LOVE AUTHENTIC ITALIAN ENERTAINMENT REFLECTING THE HEART OF ITALY