Mass Badge to Host

10th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner

For nearly 25 years, Mass BADGE, made up of Local Law Enforcement Officers and Civic Professionals engaged in charitable and philanthropic events in our surrounding communities to foster a better relationship and understanding between the many people that we interact with on a daily basis.

Through community involvement and engagement, we have fostered a network of associates and friends who wish to share their time and efforts with those in need.

Yearly in partnership with the Zion Church Ministries, Bishop Robert Brown and the City of Everett along with Mayor Carlo DeMaria and through the tremendous support of local businesses, our sponsors and friends we are privileged to provide a free Thanksgiving dinner in both the cities of Everett and in Revere.

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Thanksgiving 2019

There are times to dream. There are times to dance. There are times to drown ourselves in sorrow and there are times to give thanks.

Thanksgiving 2019 is upon us.

Nearly all of us in one way or another will eat a hearty meal of turkey and all the fixings.

It has been another year in our lives, in this decade rapidly coming to its end, of relative plenty.

The key to the future is to keep everything going at least as it is and to improve upon it if we can.

There is no reasonable way to predict the exact outcome of the future. History can’t be predicted with any surety until it has happened.

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Crimson Tide Will Wrap Up Season on Thanksgiving Morning at Masconomet

Leader Herald Staff Report

Everett is coming off its first appearance ever in the MIAA playoff consolation round, a blowout 48-14 win at Acton-Boxborough. The Crimson Tide, who were upset by Central Catholic, 23-20, in the Div. 1 North semifinals, were led by Michigan commit Mike Sainristil, who caught three passes for 183 yards and three TDs. Eli Auguste caught a 22-yard TD pass and returned an interception 60 yards for a score.

Everett qualified for the post-season for the 18th consecutive year, compiling a 34-8 post-season record in that span and 36-10 overall postseason record since 1996 (24-5 playoffs, 12-5 state final/Super Bowl). The Crimson Tide have won nine of their last 10 postseason games.

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