The Lynn JournaL Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Barton announces for re-election
to councilor-at-large position
The Solimine family hosted a fundraiser for Mayor Judith Flanagan
Kennedy at Lucia Lighting and Design. Shown, from left, are Joel Soli-
mine, Kristen Solimine Steriti, Michael Solimine, Mayor Judith Flana-
gan Kennedy, and David Solimine Jr.
Solimine family hosts re-election
Cyan Magenta Yellow Black
fundraiser for Mayor Kennedy
By Cary Shuman
dorsement of the mayor’s candi-
dacy for re-election.
The Solimine family hosted a “Judy has done a fabulous job
fundraising reception for May- in terms of reaching out to every-
or Judith Flanagan Kennedy on body in the community – she re-
March 27 at Lucia Lighting and ally is mayor for everybody,” said
Design on Western Avenue. Solimine. “She has been working
David Solimine Jr., co-own- with the Chamber of Commerce
er of Lucia Lighting with Lucy and the business community on
Dearborn, said the hosting of the economic development initia-
event amounts to the family’s en- Please see SOLIMINE Page 2
A Classy Beginning
Councilor-at-Large Buzzy Barton held a campaign fundraiser at Old Tyme Italian Restaurant announcing his
candidacy for re-election. Shown at the event are Ward 1 Councilor Wayne Lozzi, Councilor-at-Large Hong
Net, Councilor-at-Large Buzzy Barton, and Council President Timothy Phelan.
Angelo DiIorio opens a new
barber shop on Boston Street
Councilor makes donation to victims of Lynn ﬁre By Cary Shuman
DiIorio hosted the grand open-
ing for his new business, Classy
Angelo DiIorio is a recent Edge Barbers, Saturday at 13
By Cary Shuman
homeless last week. event. Pat was the principal of graduate of the New England Boston St., Suite 2.
Barton presented the donation the Pickering School. Another Hair Academy in Malden and DiIorio, 23, has been a pro-
Councilor-at-Large Buzzy to former Lynn English girls bas- sister, Carol was vice principal of now the owner of a new barber-
Barton announced his candidacy ketball star Jenicia Duggins, 21. the Thurgood Marshall School. shop in Lynn. Please see Barber Shop Page 2
for re-election during a reception Duggins and her mother Jennifer A Lynn firefighter for 30 years
last Thursday at Old Tyme Ital- lived in one of the units at the and past president of the Lynn
ian Cuisine. apartment house.
firefighters union, Barton is the
Following his remarks to sup- “We passed a hat around at
the event and collected more chairman of the city council’s
porters, Barton made a donation public safety committee. “One
to victims of a four-alarm fire at than $800 which I presented to
Jenicia,” said Barton. “I told my of things that I really wanted to
145 Lewis Street that left dozens
supporters that’s why I got into get going was community polic-
city government – to help peo- ing and through the mayor’s of-
ple and this was a perfect time
Next week to help somebody. It was nice for
fice and the support of the other
councilors, we were able to bring
the people to meet Jenicia and be
back community policing,” said
able to assist her.” Barton.
Barton, 60, was first elected Barton served as head coach of
to the council two years ago,
the Lynn English girls and boys
Recycling week finishing a strong third place be-
hind Tim Phelan and Dan Cahill. basketball teams. In the 2008-9
For more info. call the Hong Net was fourth. season, he guided the boys team
Lynn DPW at Barton’s sisters, Pat, Roberta, to the state finals where they fell
781-477-7099 Paulette, and Donna were among to St. John’s of Shrewsbury. He Angelo DiIorio is pictured inside Classy Edge Barbers, his new barber-
shop located at 13 Boston Street, Suite 2.
the large crowd that attended the graduated from English in 1972.
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Lynn youth participates in annual Kick Butts Day
event at Massachusetts State House
Youth from Lynn, MA joined to discuss the impact that price icated efforts in the fight against on The 84 Movement and the youth tobacco prevention pro-
more than 200 young people has on youth tobacco use: in- tobacco in Massachusetts. The work being done throughout the gram that engages young peo-
from across the Commonwealth creasing the price of tobacco by citation was presented by Sena- Commonwealth to make smok- ple in local change efforts that
gathered at the Massachusetts $1.00 will save more than 27,000 tor Thomas McGee and signed ing history, visit www.The84. protect communities from the
State House for a Kick Butts Day young people from a lifetime of by Speaker of the House Robert org and www.makesmokinghis- influence of the tobacco indus-
event to celebrate their role in addiction to tobacco. DeLeo, Senator McGee, Rep- tory.org. try, raise awareness of the tobac-
reducing the influence of the to- "Young people from across resentative Robert Fennell, and About The 84 Movement co industry’s marketing tactics,
bacco industry in their communi- Massachusetts have been work- Representative Steven Walsh. The 84 is a program of the and promote the norm that most
ties. Girls Inc. of Lynn and Lynn ing diligently in their commu- The 84 is a program of the Massachusetts Department of youth do not smoke. To find
YMCA KAYA are members of nities to educate people on the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Tobacco Cessa- out more information on The 84
The 84 Movement, which helps tactics Big Tobacco uses to tar- Public Health Tobacco Cessa- tion and Prevention Program, Movement and the work being
mobilize youth to take action to get youth,” said Kamay Gordon, tion and Prevention Program, developed and managed in part- done throughout the Common-
make their communities more to- The 84 Movement Statewide developed and managed in part- nership with Health Resources wealth to make smoking history,
bacco-free. Youth Leader. “We were excited nership with Health Resources in Action. Created in 2007, The visit www.The84.org and www.
While at the State House, to share those experiences with in Action. For more information 84 Movement is a statewide makesmokinghistory.org.
youth visited with lawmakers our lawmakers and to spread the
and participated in a speaking word that raising the price by just
program with Interim Commis-
sioner of the Massachusetts De-
$1 will save 27,000 of our peers
from becoming addicted to to-
Solimine/ CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
partment of Public Health Dr. bacco."
Lauren Smith, Senator Harriette During the event at the State tives and has really been very
Chandler, Representative Jona- House, Carolin Frias of Lynn supportive in collaborating with
than Hecht, Representative Jason was awarded The 84’s Statewide the Chamber and others as well
Lewis, and Representative Sean Youth Leadership Award and a as encouraging her development
Garballey. The young people special citation from the Massa- staff to look at ways that we can
used their time with lawmakers chusetts Legislature for her ded- get the city poised for economic
The Solimine family is well
known in the community for its
many charitable endeavors. The
family owns and operates Soli-
mine Landergan and Richardson
Funeral Homes in the city. David
Solimine Sr. founded the funeral
home in 1965.
Lucy Dearborn, owner of
Lucia Lighting and Design,
joins Mayor Judith Flanagan
Kennedy at the fundraiser
held at the business located
on Western Avenue.
Barber Shop/ CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
Sat., Apr. 6 • 1pm fessional barber for three years. Classy Edge offers haircuts, the grand opening, saying she
Sun., Apr. 7 • 1pm He completed a year of study
at New England Hair Academy
fades, lineups, blowouts, beard
trims, hot towel shaves, and
was quite proud of her younger
and soon realized his dream of straight edge shaves. Haircuts “I’m so proud of him,” said
opening his own business. are $15 for adults, $12 for chil- Adriana. “He’s very ambitious,
“I always wanted to own my dren, and $10 for seniors. very professional and very tal-
shop,” said DiIorio, who grew “It’s exciting to be up and ented and I know he’ll go a long
Buy now at the TD Garden Box Of ce up in Revere. “I saw an online running,” said DiIorio, who way.”
advertisement for this location has Hair Academy graduates on Classy Edge Barbers is open
or online at www.ticketmaster.com and decided to pursue it. I paint- staff. “We have a nice environ- seven days a week, Tuesday
ed the interior, put in some new ment and do nice haircuts. We through Friday, 10 a.m. to 7
chairs and mirrors, and did some do some of the old-school stuff p.m., and Saturday through
touch-ups. We have a main room with hot towel and straight edge Monday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
with four stations and a waiting shaves."
room.” Adriana DiIorio, 28, attended
Tuesday, April 2, 2013 T H E LY N N J O U R N A L Page 3
Lynn honors Vietnam
veterans in ceremony
at City Hall
Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy participated in the tribute to Vietnam War veterans. The mayor thanked
the veterans in attendance and remembered the Lynn servicemen who were killed while serving their
country. Shown after the impressive ceremony are, from left, Arthur Salkins, Walter Gutherie, Fred Peck,
Francis Jensen, Marty Robichaud, Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy, Peter Tuttle and Bruce Dobson.
John Ford, member of the Lynn School Committee, greets veterans
Norman Thibodeau and Buzz Babineau at the ceremony at Lynn City
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Santa Famiglia MIXED LODGE SONS OF ITALY
Mixed Lodge Sons of Italy
It was an honor for the Lynn Journal to be invited to a meeting of
the Santa Famiglia Mixed Lodge No. 2834, Order Sons of Italy at the
Holy Family Church Hall on Bessom Street.
We learned that while Santa Famiglia is celebrating its eighth year,
the Sons of Italy in Lynn was originally chartered in 1917 and is
among the oldest in Massachusetts. Membership is open to all and
service includes active participation in many Lynn, state and national
The organization also donates scholarships to deserving students
who are continuing their education in college.
We want to congratulate new president Diana Travascio, vice
president and immediate president Ralph Jamieson, treasurer Donna
Ruocco, financial secretary Frank Iacono, and orator Peter Frangi-
pane and thank all the officers and members for the great work they
do in our community and for promoting the Italian language and cul-
ture in our city.
We wish the Lodge “Buona Fortuna” and continued success in all
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LaToyia Edwards to emcee Girls Inc. OBITUARIES
25th Annual Celebration Luncheon
LaToyia Edwards, Emmy is committed to helping girls Ruth Blaisdell
award-winning primary evening grow strong, smart and bold by Worked for MKS Instruments
news anchor for NECN, will providing innovative and educa-
serve as the Master of Ceremo- tional programs at the center, in
Ruth J. (Ramsdell) Blaisdell 13 grandchildren: Cassandra,
nies for the Girls Inc luncheon schools and at other youth agen-
of Lynn died at home surrounded Savanah, Salinah, Savvory and
to be held on April 11th from cies. These research-based cur-
by her loving family on March Savanny Kent, Joshua, Thomas
11:30-2:00 at the Danversport ricula, delivered by trained pro-
29 after a long illness. She was and Andrew Dombrowski, Sha-
Yacht Club. fessionals, equip girls to achieve
63 years old. niah Brewster and her fiancée,
Ms. Edwards stated, “I am academically, lead healthy and
Born in Beverly, the daughter Marcus Holder, Dylan, Vasquez,
delighted to be asked back to the physically active lives, manage
of the late Raymond and Ruth Alden, Alexys Martinez and two
Girls Inc. of Lynn 25th Anniver- money, navigate media messag-
(Greenwood) Ramsdell, she was great grandchildren, Serianah
sary Luncheon. The organiza- es, and discover an interest in
a mechanical assembler for MKS Brewster and Ricky Ricketts.
tion does an incredible job giv- science, technology, engineering
Instruments for 10 years. Visiting hours will be held in
ing the girls the tools to believe and math. The Girls Inc. experi-
She is survived by three the Nadworny Funeral Home,
in themselves and enabling them ence prepares girls with the ap-
daughters: Cindy Kent of Lynn, 798 Western Avenue, Lynn, to-
to be Strong, Smart and Bold. propriate tools to overcome gen-
Kim and Jose Pestana of New day, Tuesday, from 6 to 8 p.m.
At last year’s luncheon, I was der, economic and social barriers
Bedford and Kerry Martine of Services and internment will be
impressed by the passion and and grow into healthy, educated
Lynn. She was the sister of Ray- private. For directions and guest
commitment of the volunteers, for the Connecticut School of and independent adults.
monda and Robert of Gloucester book: nadwornyfuneralhome.
donors and staff. The luncheon Broadcasting. In 2002, Edwards Over 500 members of the
and Renee Ramsdell of Cali- com
had such a powerful effect on me was crowned Miss Massachu- community come together at the
fornia; loving grandmother of
that this year, I am bringing my setts in the USA pageant. She is annual luncheon to celebrate the
own daughter.” married, and greatly enjoys vol- accomplishments of the amaz-
Ms. Edwards joined the unteering with youth groups. ing young women who have Joan Cormier
NECN family as a morning re- Girls Inc. is celebrating both overcome numerous challenges
porter in 2005, arriving from its 70th anniversary and its 25th to achieve success and win the Worked for Clough Printing Company
WWLP-22 in Springfield, MA, celebration luncheon. In addition scholarships that enable them to Joan F. (Levesque) Cormier of Cormier and her husband, Fred
where she had been a weekday to hosting the event, Ms. Ed- attend college. Salem, Lynn and Rowley died at Collins of Tubac, Arizona and
anchor. A native of Boston's wards will be presenting awards “I encourage everyone to a local nursing home on March Debra J. Cormier and her hus-
Dorchester neighborhood, Ed- to the recipients of the Girls come join us on this extreme- 25 after a brief illness. She was band, Robert Dyer of Rowley;
wards graduated magna cum Hero scholarships. In honor of ly joyous afternoon. It is so 80 years. her loving brother and sister
laude from Emerson College the occasion, the program will rewarding to see the direct im- Born in Salem, the daugh- George Levesque of Peabody
with a degree in Broadcast Jour- also include a special presenta- pact that individuals can make ter of the late Lougee and Mary and Jacqueline Femino of Salem
nalism. She began her career as tion by Judith Vredenburgh the through their generosity and (Meunier) Levesque and the wife and her baby sister, Claire Bene-
a news writer for WBZ-1030AM CEO and President of Girls Inc. commitment. This event prom- of the late Richard Cormier, she dict of Beldine, MI. She was the
radio, and later reported for the National. In addition, the Girls ises to be a very powerful and was educated in Salem Public beloved grandmother of Ronda,
Fox affiliate WICZ-TV 40 in Inc. Chorus will be performing a uplifting afternoon,” concluded Schools and was employed at the Jennifer, Julie and Jackie and
Binghamton, NY. special concert. Ms. Edwards. Clough Printing Company with great grandmother of Mason;
She first anchored television Each day at Girls Inc. of For more information re- her husband for many years. the mother of the late Richard L,
for MediaOne cable news net- Lynn, hundreds of young girls garding sponsorships or tickets, While living in Lynn, she re- David P. and Duane E. Cormier
work, while also reporting as the and teens arrive at the center to please contact Pat Tobin at 781- sided at St. Mary’s Plaza and and the sister of the late Ronald
morning drive news anchor for spend the afternoon with their 592-9744 ext. 262 or ptobin@ was an avid Beano player. She Levesque. She is also survived
WILD 1090AM. Additionally, friends in a safe, nurturing en- girlsinclynn.org. enjoyed raising her children and by several nieces and nephews.
Edwards has instructed courses vironment. Girls Inc. of Lynn grandchildren. Arrangements were by the
She is survived by three Nadworny Funeral Home, Lynn.
GLSS Community Lunch Menu daughters: Janet T. Cormier of
St. Petersburg, Florida, Lina J.
For guest book: nadwornyfuner-
Greater Lynn Senior Services Community Café
lunch menu for the week of April 3- April 10 Antonetta Mario
Wed. April 3: Tues. April 9: Hall, Nahant Rd, Nahant. -
Rib-B-Q/BBQ Sauce or Om- Reservations required (781-
Died in her 108th Year
Stuffed Shells/Meta Sauce
or Chicken Marsala w/ Potato, elet w/Cheese Sauce, Oven 581-7557)
Roman Blend Veggies, Chilled Fries, Tuscany Veggies, East Baptist Church, 300 Antonetta (Caserta) Mario, Matthew Turmenne, Andrew and
Fruit Jell-o Western Ave., Lynn- Reserva- Born May 18, 1905 - died March Colin Faller, Crayton and Bret-
tions required (781-592-1764) 21, 2013 in her 108th year. ton William, Lisa, Robert Jr. and
Thurs. April 4: Wed. April 10: Saugus Senior Center, 466 She was the beloved wife of Joseph Pittella, Andrea Dono-
Beef Stew w/Oat Roll or Lentil Veggie Soup, Orange Central St., Saugus- No Reser- the late Carmine Mario; loving van, Thomas Mario, Ryan Zalus-
Cheese & Rice& Bean Burrito Glazed Boneless Chicken or vations required (781-231-4178) mother of Carmen of Peabody, ki, Christy Elizabeth, Angelo and
w/Sauce, Pudding Swedish Meatballs/Gravy, Gar- Caggiano Bldg., 170 South Anthony and his wife, Josephine Martin Mario, Nolan, Mariah
lic Whipped Potatoes, Brownie Common St., Lynn- Reserva- and Teresa Pittella, all of Lynn, and Christy Redler; great-great
Fri. April 5: tions required (781-586-751) and the late Christy and his late grandmother of Emma and Jack
Potato Chowder, California Cafe Locations: wife, Kay of East Boston; grand- Donovan and Henry and Mary
Chicken Salad or Egg Salad/ Greater Lynn Senior Ser- For further information, call mother of Carmen, Alphonse and Catherine Mario.
Bulkie, Tomato Cuke Salad, vices, 8 Silsbee St., Lynn - NO Kathleen Stapleton, GLSS Se- Antonetta Mario, Michelle Tur- A private service and mass
Fresh Fruit reservations required, 10:45am- nior Lunch Coordinator 781- menne, Christine Faller, Sandy was held at Sacred Heart Church.
12:30pm (781-599-0110) 586-8685 William, Stephen Mario, Robert Arrangements were provided by
Mon. April 8: Swampscott Senior Center, GLSS dining facilities serves and William Pittella, Michael, Magrath Funeral Home.
Pizza or Veggie Quiche w/Po- Essex St., Swampscott. - NO nutritionally balanced meals to Joseph, Christopher and Martin God blessed you with a long
tato, Spinach, WW Roll, Chilled reservations required (781-596- all seniors, 60 and over, regard- Mario, Mary Ann Zaluski and and healthy life and we were
Fruit 0449) less of income, who want to so- Cathy Redler; great-grandmother truly blessed to have you all this
Nahant Senior Center, Town cialize with their peers. of Christopher, David, Nicholas time.
and Sydney Mario, Michael and Love all of us.
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Lynn Classical girls basketball awards banquet
The Lady Rams varsity team, under the direction of head coach Tom Sawyer, quali ed for
the State Tournament.
Coach Tom Sawyer and the Classical varsity basketball award
recipients, from left, Kristin Lauria (Lady Ram Award), Taylor Dumas
(hustle award), Shaina Cruel-Reynoso (hustle award), Monta Con-
nolly (most valuable player), Bobbie Dee Regan (coaches award),
Francesca Galeazzi (academic achievement), Alina Garrity (academ-
ic achievement), and coach Irene Saranteas.
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The freshman basketball team enjoyed a successful season. Pictured at the banquet are players, front row,
from left, Farrah Rivera, Ismaily Acosta, Emily Bucklin, Anna Athanasopoulos, Alisha Castillo, and Alexus
Booker. Back row, from left, are coach Cara Baldini, Rajaiah Jones (dedication award), Mary Jok, Ashley
Noel, Alana LaBella, Stephanie Bryson (hustle award), Aleka Felings, Jennifer Deleon, Khadijah Greer, Mere-
dith MacDonald (coaches award), and coach Ashley Donovan. Missing from photo: Sara Pleitez.
The Lynn Classical varsity basketball team earned an invitation to
the State Tournament. Front row, from left, are Chenysse Hill, Chel-
sea Rogers, Shannon Magner, Christine Connolly, and Jaida Santos.
Back row, from left, are head coach Tom Sawyer, Kristin Lauria,
Taylor Dumas, Shaina Cruel-Reynoso, Monta Connolly, Bobbie Dee
Regan, Francesca Galeazzi, Alina Garrity, Heidi Milhem, and coach
The Lynn Classical junior varsity team had a ne season. Pictured,
from left, are Emily Rodriguez (hustle award), Jasmine Khuon,
Kristen Ago, Jessica Perez, coach Dennis Baldini, Jennifer Morales,
Alyssa Ouk (coaches award), Christina Behen (best o ensive player
award), and Linda Khuth. The banquet was held at Old Tyme Italian
Cuisine on Boston Street.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013 T H E LY N N J O U R N A L Page 7
Classical Principal Gene Constantino, Stephen Brenner of New England
Classical vice principal Dennis Hair Academy, and Attorney Timothy Phelan, president of the Lynn
Classical students Olivia Traversy, Kiana Watler, Fotini Galiot- Thompson and junior Kristin City Council, with students Jilllian Strileckis, Francesca Galeazzi, San-
zakis, and Melissa Barrios, with Erinkate Morrison, admissions Lauria. dra Tejada, Brian Maldonado, and Jacquelyn Wilson.
counselor at Marian Court College.
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Jessica Toomey, guidance coun-
selor and organizer of Career Day,
and Gene Constantino, school
Michelle Nwogu, John Olson of Colum-
bia Insurance, Christine Pierce of Co-
Lynn Police detective Jenn Cash, Kenny Rodriguez, Angel Rodriguez, lumbia Insurance, and Michaila Cowie.
and Lynn Police o cer John Mackin.
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Lynn English High School
Hall of Fame Banquet Hall of Fame in-
ductees, coach Ron
Bennett, and one of
March 19, 2013 at Porthole Restaurant his most outstanding
The Inductees athletic director at
Ronald Bennett John Timothy Phelan Edward Turmenne
Conlon family Carol Ruggiero Donald Twomey
Dr. Miriam Morse Francie Sudak Dr. Joseph Wescott
Richard Newton Michael Sullivan
Diane and Bart Conlon (pictured above) Councilor-at-Large Buzzy Barton, English Principal Thomas Strangie with Bob
and their four children, Michael, Mi- Jennifer Mancaniello, vice principal at with inductee Donald Twomey Gaudet, English alumnus and owner of the
chelle, Melissa, and Marianne were English, with inductee Carol Ruggiero (right). Porthole Restaurant.
honored with induction in to the English (left).
Hall of Fame.
Hall of Fame inductee Michael Sullivan, with his wife, Lynn, sons, Sean and Ryan, and daughter Amy.
English Vice Principal Jennifer Mancaniello, inductee Francie Avada-
nian Sudak, and Principal Thomas Strangie.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013 T H E LY N N J O U R N A L Page 9
Congressman John Tierney
speaks to students
at Lynn Classical
U.S. Congressman John Tierney spoke to students in Dr. Harry Haru-
tunian’s Advanced Placement government class. The congressman
Congressman John Tierney meets with Classicsal students, from left, Shaina Cruel-Reynoso, Pamela Her-
spoke about his work in the House of Representatives in Washing-
nandez, Samantha Earp, Kristin Lauria, Monta Connolly, Taylor Cote, and Rebecca Potter.
ton, D.C. on gun control, immigration, and other issues. He also
conducted a question and answer session with the students. The
congressman is pictured above talking to the group.
From left, Dr. Harry Harutunian, Congressman John Tierney, and
Classical Principal Gene Constantino.
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Congressman John Tierney is pictured with Classical students following his speaking engagement in Dr.
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PCSS Science Olympiad members presenting their awards.
PCSS Science Olympiad Victory
The Pioneer Charter School competed in Massachusetts State dedication of their science stu- ued on to say, “We have a lot of Science Olympiad Team
of Science (PCSS) Science Science Olympiad competition. dents for the success of this intelligent and devoted students members are:
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Olympiad Team had anoth- PCSS students placed 14 times year’s Science Olympiad Team. who, with the support of the Yasmine Boukataya of Lynn
er great year competing at the in different events held during Of the team, Bak stated, “It was science department, were able Individual medal winners are:
state tournament. Twenty-two the competition. very exciting to see the students to compete at the very highest 1st Place Heredity – Yasmine
students from PCSS traveled to Coaches Caleb Bak and Mah- work on their projects, collabo- level of science competition in Boukataya of Lynn
Assumption College, Worcester, mut Bekin credit tremendous rate and think like scientists to the state. We are very proud of 2nd Place Anatomy – Yas-
where 23 middle school teams school support, as well as, the achieve their goals.” Bak contin- them.” mine Boukataya of Lynn
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