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July 18, 2016
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REVERE DEMOCRATS TO MEET ON JULY 20

The Revere Democratic City Committee will hold its next meeting at 6:30 PM on Wednesday, July 20th in the Community Room of the Revere Police Station, 400 Revere Beach Parkway, Revere.

The Community Room of the Police Station is handicapped accessible.  For further information, please contact Ricky Serino, Chair of the Revere Democratic City Committee at reveredemocrats@gmail.com.

THE 2016 REVERE POLITICAL JOURNALISM SYMPOSIUM. 

Organizers from the Revere Political Journalism Symposium announce that applications for the 2016 Revere Political Journalism Symposium are being accepted. The purpose of this symposium is:

  1. Empower local youth to engage with local, state, and national media and political entities
  2. Cultivate a knowledge of local and state governmental agencies
  3. Access local available media outlets
  4. Develop interviewing skills and professional etiquette

Students will attend informational sessions, meet with local and state officials, and get hands-on media production experience. At the end of the symposium, attendees will be required to write an article and make a 5 minutes video about their interviews with our government leaders. Exiting prizes will be awarded to winners of the best article and video production. Please note that the deadline to submit your application is Sunday, July 17th, by midnight.

The 2016 Revere Political Journalism Symposium will take place on the last week of this month from July 25 to July 29.

Who can apply: Revere residents entering into 7th-12th grade in the 2016-2017 school year.

For more information, please call us at 781 808 4934

 

CARNIVAL COMING TO TOWN

The Fiesta Show from Seabrook, New Hampshire will hold a carnival on the Suffolk Down property from July 14-17, Monday-Sunday 1p.m. to 11 p.m.

ARRIGO ANNOUNCES COMMUNITY MEETINGS SCHEDULE

 Mayor Brian Arrigo’s series of six “community forums” will continue with the Ward 4 Community Forum on Tuesday, July 26 from 6-8 PM. The event will be held at the American Legion building, 249 Broadway. RevereTV will be present to record the event and broadcast it both on TV and online.

Residents from all over the city are encouraged to attend to offer their questions, concerns and suggestions to the Mayor and other city officials.

Elected officials or press planning on attending should notify Joe Gravellese (jgravellese@revere.org) with any questions.

Throughout the year, the Mayor has hosted Community Forums in each ward of the city to give residents an opportunity to discuss issues even if they are unable to make it to City Hall. This series is part of the Mayor’s commitment to openness and accessibility, which includes hosting Thursday evening office hours at City Hall and maintaining an active presence on social media.

 The remaining community forum schedule:

 Ward 4: American Legion Building – Tuesday, July 26, 6 PM-8 PM

Ward 5: Point of Pines Yacht Club – Wednesday, August 24, 6 PM-8 PM

Ward 6: Whelan School Auditorium – Tuesday, October 4, 6 PM-8 PM

FUNDRAISER PLANNNED

The Revere Historical Society will hold a movie fundraiser on Saturday, July 16.  The movie   “1776” will be shown at 1 and 3 p.m. at the Revere Museuem, 108 Beach St.

1776 is a musical about our founding fathers. This movie is fun for the whole family.

Admission will be a $1.00.  Refreshments are also available. All proceeds go toward a new roof at historical society building at 108 Beach St.

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