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PAGE 8 POST-GAZE'n'E, NOVEMBER 20, 2015 by Jeanne Brady - photos by Michele Morgan ,000 for Eliot Eliot School Principal Traci Walker Grifflth presents Jorge Mendoza with a gift in appreciation for all he and his family have done for the Eliot School. Frank and Debbie DePasquale with Eliot Schoo Principal Traci Walker Griffith. City Councilor Sal LaMattina, Eliot School Principal Traci Walker Griffith, Jorge Mendoza and friends enjoying the evening. Friday the 13th was a lucky day for the North End's Eliot School[ Over 130 people came out to support the school's Deepening Enrichment initiative, which makes several extra programs possible for its students. In addition to continuing the Eliot's successful robotics program, funds raised (over $125,000!) will go towal~ds grade school level Italian books and language tools; a variety of science materials; and expansion of the school's sports programs for PE classes, recess and after-school recreation. This seventh annual =Evening for Education" was generously hosted by the Mendoza family of the North End's Vinoteca di Monica, who provided their delicious food and drink to community members, school parents and alumni turning out for the children of the North End. The event was also sponsored by DePasquale Ventures, City Suites, MSA Mortgage, and JW Capital Partners. Eliot School Principal Traci Walker Griffith said, =I'm so grateful to the caring community that comes together each year to support the Eliot. The Eliot's ongoing improvement since I began as principal would not be possible with- out the Mendoza family and the entire North End coming together to on behalf of our spec- tacular students." f N UNDERGROUND Modern Underground Bar Located in the lower level of MODERN PASTRY SHOP 263 Hanover St., Boston 617-756-1365 Dine in or Take out Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Private & Corporate Functions Come Watch Sports Games/ Football, Hockey, Basketball & Champion League Soccer