Page 4 THE REVERE ADVOCATE – FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 2024 HIGHLIGHTING | FROM Page 1 their contributions in advancing women’s football and share well wishes. Governor Healey also participated in the ceremonial coin toss. The Renegades took home a major 90-7 victory over the New York Wolves. The Boston Renegades, who were incorporated in 2015, are fi ve-time national champions of the Women’s Football Alliance and hold seven titles overall. The Women’s Football Alliance has been in operation since 2009, with a restructuring in 2015 that added three levels of play and increased the number of teams in the league from 36 to 60. New St. Anthony’s Flea Market 250 Revere St., Revere, Lower Hall Indoor Flea Market Saturday, June 8, 2024 from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Admission .50 Cents * Free with Ad Lot’s of New Vendors! New Vendors Welcome! For info, call Lynda: (781) 910-8615 Mayor Patrick Keefe and Governor Maura Healey cheer on the Renegades.  8 Norwood St. Everett (617) 387-9810 Open Tues. - Sat. at 4:00 PM Closed Sun. & Mon. Announcing our Classic Specials Dine In Only: * FREE Salad with purchase of Entree, Tuesdays & Wednesdays * Cheese Pizza - Only $10 Catch ALL The Live Sports Action On Our Large Screen TV’s Scan & Follow Us on Facebook! Mayor Patrick Keefe and Governor Maura Healey greeted the Renegades before the game. FY25 | FROM Page 1 www.810bargrille.com Subscribe to the Advocate Online! Your Local News in 6 Languages! www.advocatenews.net childhood education program with a signifi cant grant going toward investment in the McKinley Building and funds the purchase or lease of portable classrooms to ease overcrowding at Revere High. “I’m very much in favor of this budget,” said Kelly. “It’s responsible and it still meets the priorities and needs of the school district.” Kelly also praised School CFO Mathew Kruse and the Ways and Means Subcommittee led by John Kingston and staff ed by Anthony Caggiano and Anthony Mattera for working hard to make everything work. The committee took separate votes on diff erent pieces of the budget. They approved $3,747,817 for the administration. Instructional services were approved with $83,410,604. The committee voted in favor of spending $13,825,674 on other student services, and $14,000,563 on programs in other schools. A total of $9,731,708 was approved for plant operation and maintenance. Mayor Patrick Keefe, chair of the School Committee, said the purpose of the meeting was to approve a budget so that when it goes to the City Council for a vote, it will be an approved budget. “That’s good practice,” the mayor told committee members, who voted unanimously in favor of the proposed operating budget. Boston Renegades members celebrate a play on Saturday.

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