Page 8 THE REVERE ADVOCATE – FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 2022 National Night Out generated support for anti-crime, fire prevention safety By Tara Vocino T he Revere Parks & Recreation Dept. as well as the Revere Police and Fire Departments presented National Night Out at the Garfi eld Elementary-Middle School on Tuesday. The event strengthened neighborhood spirit and community partnerships between police and residents. State Police Revere Barracks Commander Lt. Donald Bosse and Ward 2 City Councillor Ira Novoselsky are shown during National Night Out at the Garfi eld Elementary-Middle School on Tuesday. Firefi ghters Justin Lally and Patrick Roosa (at bottom) with Harioun Yahia, 5 Shown from left to right: Animal Control Offi cer Anthony Masiello, Police Sergeant Kevin Colannino, Police Department Payroll Administrator Denise Papasodora, Recovery on the Harbor Program Director Rose Stone and Police Offi cers Raisa Builes and Jerry Salvati. Firefi ghter Erin Leary handed out a junior fi refi ghter hat to Revere resident Ethan David Mesa, 4. Revere School Committee Member John Kingston gave out iced water and sunglasses from St. Jean’s Credit Union, the state’s fi rst credit union. Sophonie Desvaristes had fun playing cornhole. Metro North Regional Emergency Communications Center Executive Director Elizabeth Belmonte distributed an educational activities book. Kelvin Bonilla, 8, spun a prize wheel alongside the Suff olk County District Attorney’s Offi ce. Firefi ghters Gregg Bowen and Erin Leary gave fi refi ghter hats and a light up cup to Revere residents Ken, 8, and Trinity McCauley, 7. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Sophia Leary, 8, made a phone call on a rotary phone to promote safety.

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