THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, May 3, 2019 Page 13 Shown in the bottom row, from left to right, are residents Jacobo Lopez, 11, Frank Lopez, 9, The Neighborhood Developers Revere Community Engagement Manager Kyla Alterman, Jan Dumas, Neelix, 6, and Pamela Ross. Front row: Elana Robles, Elana Angel, Juan Lopez, Rosalie Fazio-Eynullayeva, Moroccan American Connections President Rachid Moukhabir, Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky and David Senecal. They helped to clean up Costa Park, which they said was in fairly good shape, on Saturday. Susan B. Anthony Aspirers Club members Elizabeth Mesina, Francesca Forcellati and Hana Aklog enjoyed a barbecue after the cleanup on Saturday. Active Transportation Manager Julie DeMauro, Joseph, Brian and Jack Arrigo and Urban Forester Hilary Dimino – Dimino said that the tree is expected to last more than 100 years, if watered properly with 15 gallons of water weekly during the growing season. Project Planner Elle Baker thanked Mayor Brian Arrigo for helping to organize Beautify Revere every year. Mayor Brian Arrigo, Joseph and Daveen Arrigo celebrated Earth Day by helping to plant this American elm on Saturday afternoon as part of the Department of Conservation & Recreation’s eff ort to increase tree canopy by 10 percent. Department of Conservation & Recreation Forestry Asst. Brian Murray, Forestry Asst. Casey Sullivan and Urban Forester Hilary Dimino helped to plant this American elm, the state tree in Massachusetts, on Saturday afternoon.

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