Page 6 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 2021 Honoring Ersilia’s Mission T Everett Kiwanis Club present check to Orange Rose Foundation Special to The Advocate he family and friends of Ersilia announce the formation of the Orange Rose Foundation; a 501(c)3 charity focusing on supporting organizations that assist victims of domestic violence. The Orange Rose Foundation will raise awareness about domestic violence and provide resources to help those most in need. The Everett Kiwanis Club has donated $11,000 to assist the development of this foundation. The directors and members of the foundation are humbled and appreciative of this generosity which allows them to begin assisting these victims immediately. Ersilia Cataldo spent endless hours volunteering to help individuals and communities in it Union. The Orange Rose Foundation is directed by PresidentErminia Amy Buscaino, Vice President-Anthony Cataldo, Treasurer- Gina Maniscalco, Secretary- Amata Cucuzza. The Board Members are: Tricia LaRocca, Adriana Carbo, Giuseppina Cerasuolo, Joseph Buscaino, Marc Cerasuolo, Anthony Cucuzza and Marlene Zizza. Please visit our website and follow us on social media to learn more about how we are helping and the wonderful programs we are supporting. Log on to: Orangerosefoundation.org, Facebook and Instagram. Members of the Everett Kiwanis Club are shown presenting a check for $11,000 to members of the Orange Rose Foundation outside Everett City Hall on Tuesday. Pictured from left to right, are; Orange Rose Foundation members Anthony Cucuzza, Michael Buscaino, Secretary Amata Cucuzza, Treasurer Gina Maniscalo, Elvira Cataldo, Giuseppe Cataldo, and Pres. Amy Buscaino receiving the check from Everett Kiwanians, Treasurer Marlene Zizza, Secretary Gianna D’Angelo-Dunn, Past Presidents Charles Radosta, and Joanne Gregory, Board member Stephanie Martins and Past President Lou Morelli. (Advocate photo) need. Her passing has been a very difficult loss, not only for the family, but also for the entire community. She was always giving of herself, putting others first and she touched many lives. Within Everett, she served on the School Committee, Board of Registrar and was also on the Board of Assessors. She was Vice President of The Kiwanis Club and a devoted church member, allowing her to share her love throughout the community through numerous charitable ventures and opportunities to volunteer. She was employed by both St. Anthony’s Church of Everett and Metropolitan CredCouncillor honors Everett House of Pizza Ward 4 Councillor Jimmy Tri Le will present a citation to the owners of Everett House of Pizza at the next City Council meeting. Calling the longtime Glendale Square establishment a true “mom and pop” pizza parlor, Tri Le said the husband and wife team of John and Eva Baliadakis have been serving the Everett community with delicious pizza and Italian and Greek cuisine since their grand opening in 1981. Thank you, Everett House of Pizza, for continuing to serve the citizens of Everett. (Courtesy photo)

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