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lnlmtlllllUl~, -~ UW iNUlmlllllln Ull~NH IIIM| ~!~(llllflllllnlll ~LlNnlllll _ Page6 POST-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 30, 2011 West gnd lffh dnnual Christmas Tree hting St. John School Choir All the left over goodies were donated to St. John School Head Start on Moon Street in the North End and to Rosie's Place. The celebration featured St. John School Children's Choir, North End; The Eastwood Production Duo; Holy Trinity German Singer, South End and the U.S. Coast Guard Honor Guard B.S.U. We would like to THANK the following for their generous donations: The Davis Com- pany; Charles River Plaza Parking; Turner Construc- tion; Whole Foods, Charles River Plaza; Franco Pezzano & Family; Equity Residen- On Saturday, December 10, 2011 the West End held their 16th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at Richard Cardinal Cushing Memorial Park hosted by Norman R.E. Herr, West End Neighborhood Association and The friends of Richard Cardinal Cushing Memorial Park, Inc. This year's tree lighting was dedicated to the memory of Kip Tierman (founder of Rosie's Place), and also marking the celebration of the 150th anniversary of St. Joseph's Parish. Rev. Daniel C. O'Connell of St. Joseph's Church blessed the Christmas tree. Rev. Daniel C. O'Connell and Norman R.E. Herr tial, West End Apartments; Church on the Hill, Rever- end Dr. Ted Klein, Sr. Pas- tor; Enterprise Car Rental, Somerville; Robert Beal; Michael Bancewicz; Rever- end Daniel O'Connell; St. Joseph's Church; Holy Trinity German Church Singers; Gene-vive Schmidt, George Krim; St. John School Children's Choir; Sr. Eileen Harvey Princi- pal; Mary Beth Ustarch; Holi- day Inn, West End; Super Stop & Shop, Somerville; Peter Limone and Family; Antonio's Cucina Italiano, West End; Dr. Frank Campo, North End Foot Center; J. Pace & Son; Suffolk Uni- versity, John A. Nucci; Jim Nelson, Athletic Director; Eastwood Production Duo Live Music; Action for Bos- ton Community Develop- ment (ABCD); John Drew, President; Andrew Johnson & Company, Inc.; Laura J. Beck & Staff; Mr. Michael Latkowitch; Ms. Mary Gaur- ino; Martha Maguire; Fam- ily Dollar Store - Cambridge. Tree lighting supporters, left to right: Florence Poth, Georgia Mattison and Donna Pomponio. Giovanni Itali Tedd9 Press his furry paw, and in Italian he greets you, inviting you to re- spond. Join him when he counts to ten, and when he sings, "Giro, Giro, Tondo" and "La Bella Lavanderina." Listen while Giovanni teaches you "Good Night" and "Good Bye" with the promise of seeing you again. Giovanni speaks only Italian and comes with a translation guide. Giovanni's sweater bears the Italian colors and on the bottom of his left foot, a miniature Italian flag. This cuddly 15' bear is a must for... $34.95 + S&H Order Giovanni and other Italian childreffs products online at www.ltalianChildrensMarket.com 33.0-427-2700 call for a free catalog! ........ ACCEPTING Advertisements Rev. Daniel C. O'Connell and Santa Claus ALL THAT ZAZZ by Mary N. DiZazzo A New Year, A New Attitude for 2012 Ciao Bella,-. As the old year closes on a beautiful Christmas holiday, we can reflect on what we gals can do to make ourselves keep the beauty going. Remember to work hard is also to play hard! Life is short, so treat yourselves well! Don't think twice about any beauty treatment in the New Year. There is Spa Week here in Boston and in many suburbs. It's promoted a few times a year. The best salons and spas Offer 2 for 1 deals along with half price offers from specialty massages to youth altering facials to ar0matherapy mani/ pedicures. These services are our own "thank you" to ourselves. We gals deserve it! Did the boss forget that pat on the back? Kids were run- ning out the door for the next thing and forgot the usual kiss goodbye and thanks Mom? And the hubby in our lives? Anything is possible there for error! So take it all in stride and go for that hot stone massage or exfoliating skin treat- ment! The treatments out there are boundless! What you need they have it. Sign up at www.spaweek.com for the dates and offers for acupuncture, electrology (permanent hair removal), skin and body treatments from A to Z. I will keep an eye out in 2012 for the promotions of the year! I'll keep you all updated on the dates. In" fact on the last day of 2011 my husband David and I are treating ourselves to pedicures in Newton at Beautifica Day Spa! Cynthia Ruggere the owner of this unique spa not only offers specialty services, but uses the best products to perform all services. This spa is located at 415 Lexington Street, 617-431-1200. For more into on Cynthia's promotions and services go to www.beautifica.com. David and I are so excited to pick out a toe color that will bring in the New Year with a sparkle or twoI Wishing all my treasured readers and all my blessed colleagues at the fabulous Post-Gazette a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year. Buon Anno and God bless the United States of America! --Mary DiZazzo-Trumbull Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at www.allthatzazz.com. Mary is a third-generation cosmetolo- gist and a Massachusetts distributor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil products. She may be contacted at (978) 470-8183 or mary@mary4nails.com. DIVORCE * CRIMINAL 230 MSGR. O'BRIEN HIGHWAY LAW OFFICES OF FRANK J. CIANO GENERAL PRACTICE OF LA W WILLS ESTATE PLANNING TRUSTS PERSONAL INJURY * WORKERS COMP. 617-354-9400 Si Parla Italiano CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 02141 The POST-GAZETTE newspaper is a paper of general circulation. We are qualified to accept legal notices from any court in each town that we serve. 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