By Phil Orlandella


NEMPAC Executive Director honored

North End Music and Performing Arts Center Executive Director Sherri Snow has been honored by Saint Joseph Society with the Musical Achievement Award.

Sherry has accomplished many things, both personally and with NEMPAC throughout the years and is well deserving of the recognition she received.

Her outstanding guidance has propelled NEMPAC into a totally professional and educational neighborhood organization that has earned the respect of the neighborhood.

NEMPAC has conducted many community events and activities, while at the same time assisted other neighborhood agencies and/or organizations.

Sherri Snow, the main force, that makes NEMPAC a vibrant and community friendly group of professionals fits right in with the neighborhood.

The Review also recognizes and congratulates Sherri Snow for her many achievements.

Friends of North End Library could use more volunteers

Friends of the North End Library, 25 Parmenter Street, will conduct a Membership Information Night on Wednesday, October 26 from 6-7:30pm.

This is a great opportunity to get involved with the local library and its many activities and events held during the year.

Residents can join in weekly book sorting, a spring book sale, a holiday open house, weekly gardening, help with promotions, fundraising, support expanding programs, help organize Wednesday night events, help writing grants or even serve on the Board.

A well-recognized organization dedicated to providing a bigger and better library in the North End, the Friends are in active neighborhood group that needs volunteers to help continue their great work.

Have a Howling and  safe Halloween

Halloween is just around the corner with hundreds of local children and teens trick or treating or attending a community party all dressed up as witches, monsters or their favorite characters or my favorite, a newspaper reporter.

Several local groups will most likely conduct Halloween parties at several locations that are safe and great events that should be considered especially for younger children.

Those that decide to hit the streets should make absolutely sure they are accompanied by another person (s).

Have a Howling Halloween.

Friends celebrate Columbus Day with Fall Festival

Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP), with the financial assistance of numerous local businesses, held another successful Fall Festival with hundreds of residents and visitors at the park participating in many free events and a terrific parade around the popular and well used park.

FOCCP, a non-profit organization, as usual put together a fabulous community events that was enjoyed by everyone.

            The event also honored the great navigator Christopher Columbus.

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