EBCC Installation Dinner
East Boston Chamber of Commerce 2015 Installation Dinner & Director Swearing in Ceremony! WHEN: Thursday June 18,2015 6:00PM – 10:00PM WHERE: Spinelli’s Banquet Hall 282 Bennington Street East Boston SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES – see details below! DINNER COST: Per Person: $35.00 Table of 10 seats: $350.00 OFFICERS: President Scott Heigelmann, Heavy Advertising 1st Vice President Marisa DiPietro, East Boston Social Center 2nd Vice President Thom De Paulo, Meridian Insurance 3rd Vice President Albert “Buddy” Mangini, G2 Security Treasurer Kim Altschul, East Boston Savings Bank Secretary: Joanna Cataldo, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center CONTINUING Board of Directors Marita Palavicini, Vilma’s Boutique Tony Portillo, Star Service Corp Freddie Noviello, Meridian Market Steve Haley, Hilton Garden Inn Boston Logan Susan Griffin, Don Orione NEW Board of Directors Veronica Robles, Veronica Robles Cultural Center – VROCC Vinny Qualtieri, Neighborhood of Affordable Housing – NOAH James Kearney, Boston Public Schools Grey Harrington, Piers Park Sailing Please make checks payable to East Boston Chamber of Commerce and mail – East Boston Chamber of Commerce 617-569-5000 175 Mc McClellan Highway, Suite 1 East Boston, MA 02128 Please RSVP by Friday, June 12th to: Marisa Di Pietro – [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] Sherri Raftery – [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] Sponsorship packages available: Partner Sponsorship – $1,000
East Boston Beauty Academy pre-launch event
Please join the East Boston Chamber, Elected Officials, Hair/Beauty Supply Representatives, Members of the Community and Potential Students as we welcome our newest member East Boston Beauty Academy for it’s PRE-LAUNCH EVENT on Thursday June 11, 2015 at 1:00 PM at 4 Neptune Road East Boston (Sorrento’s Function Hall). * Father Merrick from St. Joseph-St. Lazarus Parish will begin with a blessing promptly at 1:00PM Refreshments: Frank’s Suffolk Diner * Lolly’s Bakery * Spinelli’s East Boston East Boston Beauty Academy 4 Neptune Road East Boston, MA Amanda Donis 617-569-2589 [email protected]
Kiwanis Club of East Boston Division 14 – Inter-Club Tuesday June 16, 2016 at 6:00pm Spinelli’s Banquest Hall 282 Bennington Street East Boston Kiwanis Club of East Boston is hosting the “Annual Kiwanis Inter-Club of Division 14” which includes members of Chelsea, East Boston, Everett, Malden, Medford, Revere, Somerville and Stoneham Clubs. Guest Keynote Speaker Stephanie Pollack – Secretary & Chief Executive Officer of the Department of Transportation Stephanie Pollack has worked on transportation policy, finance and equity as Associate Director for Research at the Kitty and Michael Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy at Northeastern University since 2005, where she has also served as an adjunct professor sharing her skills and experience with the next generation of public policy leaders. Stephanie has also provided over a decade of strategic consulting on transportation issues to the public and private sectors including the Boston Transportation Department and Massachusetts Port Authority, following a distinguished career at the Conservation Law Foundation in Boston. She has been active in public policy issues affecting transportation, development and sustainability nationally and locally, serving on numerous boards and advisory bodies including MassDOT’s Transportation Advisory Committee and chairing the Transportation Advisory Committee in her hometown of Newton. Tickets: $25.00 RSVP: Marisa DiPietro – Immediate Past Lt. Governor [email protected] 617-650-3442 * Since 1947, the Kiwanis Club of East Boston (MA) has made a significant contribution to the East Boston community. The club is a volunteer organization and funds are raised to support programs that benefit children, the elderly and other worthy individuals in our community.
Free Introduction to Digital Photography workshop
Starting Tuesday, May 26 at 1 p.m. we will have a free three week Introduction to Digital Photography workshop led by local artist Dennis Fox. The class will begin with the basics and teach how to change settings to create not just good snapshots but creative works of art. A camera isn’t required for class, but participants can bring theirs for in-class practice – even a Smartphone camera can take great photos! This is a small class and students will receive individualized attention. Space is limited so participants need to call or come by the Library to register.
Julia Julia Blake
Programs & Community Outreach Librarian
East Boston Branch Boston Public Library