Officer Teddy Boyle was an asset to the community
Boston Police Officer Frederick “Teddy” Boyle, following 35 years on the force has retired.
Boyle was the District A-1 Community Service Officer and Liaison on to the North End.
He participated in numerous neighborhood public safety committee meetings providing crime statistics, safety information and responded to concerns of residents and to the business community, making himself available on a consistent basis.
Boyle is a long-standing board member of North End Against Drugs (NEAD), coordinating many community events and activities.
He also helped put together the annual Boston Police Public Safety event in the neighborhood.
Boyle was previously honored for his significant contributions to the community, receiving a humanitarian award from the North End Christmas Fund Committee, for his contribution towards making the event a success each year.
He also received recognition from the Nazzaro Community Center Youth Program for volunteer services to the youth of the community.
Officer Boyle’s commitment, dedication and services to the neighborhood were totally outstanding.
FOCCP celebrates 20th Anniversary
This April, the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP) will celebrate their 20th anniversary.
FOCCP has helped maintain the park and provided many activities, programs, events and special programs that residents and visitors have enjoyed over the years.
Working closely with the Boston Parks Department, the non-profit community, all volunteer organization, has made the park assessable, clean and active on a consistent basis.
FOCCP is truly a neighborhood minded organization.