Page 2 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, February 1, 2019 We accept: MasterCard *Visa * & Discover $ 3.45 GALLON 2.49 100 Gal. Min. 24 Hr. Service 781-286-2602 Price Subject to Change without notice Everett girl earns prestigious Girl Scout Bronze Award! E at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers velyn Gayhart has earned her Bronze Award, the highest award a girl scout can earn at her age. Her project required 25 hours of peer education and fundraising to create a sustainable result. She created an inclusion presentation, visited classrooms at her school to facilitate conversations and coordinated with school and city officials to have a bench installed. She also shared her project with friends and family in order to raise the funds to purchase the bench. The idea of a buddy bench is to eliminate loneliness and foster friendship by spreading the message of inclusion and kindness. Evelyn’s buddy bench is now in use at the Lafayette School. Congratulations on your hard work, dedication and success! Super Bowl Sunday Special Pick-Up or Delivery Offer Good 11 AM - 11 PM 2 Large Cheese Pizzas 1 Large Wings (Any Flavor) 1-2 Liter Soda $ Extra Toppings $1.99 ALL FOR 27 House of Pizza 722 Broadway, Everett (617) 387-9108 99 Plus Tax Go Pat’s...Beat the Rams! Everett 130 Main St., Everett (617) 387-3388 Main Street House of Pizza ONE MORE IS ENOUGH: Everett City Council President Richard Dell Isola is in the company of the Patriots’ mascot “Pat the Patriot” during a visit to Everett High School. Councilor Dell Isola and family are loyal Patriots fans, and the number one gesture is the name of the game for the Pats on Sunday. (Courtesy Photo) SQUARE | FROM PAGE 1 As a Buddhist and member of Soka Gokkai International in Brookline, Anita lived her life on the foundation of a great principle: to be strong and help support those around us. If you were tired she would offer you her chair; if you were hungry, she would offer you the food on her plate; if you were poor, she would give you the money in her pocket. Anita traveled far and impacted many lives along the way, but her journey does not end with her passing. She will be memorialized in a private ceremony with immediate family. In lieu of tears, Anita would ask you to stand powerfully and support those around you. In lieu of flowers, she would ask you to create a positive impact for another. Please send donations to a foundation of your choice in her name. Her funeral services will be private. Go Pat’s!

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