Page 12 THE REVERE ADVOCATE - Friday, June 21, 2019 Annual Summer Nights Festival kicks off in Beachmont O n Friday, June 14, the second annual Summer Nights Festival kicked off in Beachmont! Over 400 people enjoyed delicious eats from participating food trucks, face painting by Color Me Funky Face Painting, watercolors by Art by Alina, and music by DJ Jim. Come check out the next one on July 2 at the Markey Bridge on Revere Beach. Summer Revere on the Move staff , Beachmont Improvement Committee, Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky, Candidate for School Committee John Kingston Resident Katy Grahame with son enjoying Mexican street corn from Eloti Boston Healthy Community Initiatives staff and the Chicken and Rice Guys food truck staff Assistant Parks and Recreation Director Charlie Giuff rida and family Revere residents Kristen Janjar and daughter Nora enjoying the evening Watercolors by resident artist Art by Alina Candidate for city councillor John Correggio endorsed by International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council #35 ear Brother Correggio, I am pleased to announce the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council #35 has endorsed your candidacy for Revere City Council. DC #35 represents commercial, industrial, and residential painters, drywall fi nishers, wall coverers, glaziers, sign industry workers, and public sector workers and have a signifi cant number of members in the district. Your tireless work with Local 926, D your commitment and eff orts for all Organized Labor, and as a dedicated Public Servant on the Revere Fire Department and City Council have earned you our Union’s endorsement. District Council #35 members know that they can count on you to stand up for them on issues like responsible development, creating good paying local jobs, fi ghting for PLA’s, and protecting their rights as workers in this ever-growing hostile environment towards working families. As taxpayers we know you can be counted on to fund essential services while ensuring the best use of public revenue and be accountable to our members in the community that are your neighbors and constituents. District Council #35 will be actively supporting your campaign eff ort in this election. We will contact our members and inform them of your endorsement and encourage them to be active in your campaign. Best wishes for your success. Please contact Roger Brunelle at 617-5930670, in the DC #35 Government Affairs Offi ce if the District Council can be of further assistance. Sincerely, Jeff rey Sullivan Business Manager Secretary Treasurer

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