THE SAUGUS ADVOCATE – Friday, April 5, 2019 Page 13 Photo of the Month THE WAY IT WAS: This is the view of the Saugus Fire Department’s Central Fire Station, with its vehicles on display in 1932 on Hamilton Street. This is the April photo in the Saugus Historical Society 2019 Calendar (Photo Courtesy of Janice Jarosz and Marilyn Carlson) THE WAY IT IS: The old Central Fire Station still stands on Hamilton Street today, still in use by the Town of Saugus for storage and other purposes. (Saugus Advocate Photo by Mark E. Vogler) Saugus Youth & Recreation PROUD, YOUNG SAUGONIANS: The Town of Saugus Youth & Recreation Department’s 6th grade Travel Boys Division 2 Champions, after beating a tough Newburyport team, 46-41, for the Championship Win. From left to right, kneeling: Jayden Soper, Brayden Clifford, Jason Antonelli, Connor Bloom, Ryan Hartigan and Justin Pires. Standing, left to right, are Coach Jason Antonelli, Marcus Davis, Danny Shea, Cameron Soroko, Gael Garcia, Connor Kelleher, Giovanni Angelico and Head Coach Shawn Hartigan. (Courtesy Photo to The Saugus Advocate) Saugus resident spends winter break volunteering M ANCHESTER, N.H. – Saint Anselm College senior Samantha Delaney of Saugus co-led a volunteer trip to Baltimore, Md., and Washington, D.C., during her winter break through the college’s Service and Solidarity Missions Trips Program. Delaney, a biology major, and her group of 12 students worked with Catholic Charities of Baltimore assisting children, the elderly, immigrants, people with intellectual or mental health disabilities and individuals experiencing homelessness. This winter break, 158 Saint Anselm students journeyed across the United States and abroad serving others. Trips took participants to Camden, N.J., Baltimore, Md., Salem, W. Va., Manchester, N.H., New Orleans, La., Winston-Salem, N.C., Philadelphia, Pa., Phoenix, Ariz., and Puerto Rico. The responsibilities of each group vary from site to site, but duties include home repair and construction, food service, hurricane relief, social justice and refugee resettlement. Run by the Office of Campus Ministry, the Service and Solidarity program has offered service trips during winter and spring breaks for 29 years – providing participants not only with the opportunity to serve others but also with an experience that further develops lessons learned in the classroom. Saugus resident Samantha Delaney, a senior Saint Anselm College, helped lead a volunteer effort in Maryland and Washington, D.C. as part of the school’s Service and Solidarity Missions Trips Program. (Courtesy Photo)

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