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THANKSGIVING COMMUNITY DINNER
Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez co-hosted a Thanksgiving community
dinner at Lexa Bar and Garden on Tuesday, November 20.
Assemblywoman Fernandez (2nd row, c) and many others enjoyed the
festivities. Photo courtesy of Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez’s Offi ce
COMMITS TO DIV 1 UNIVERSITY
Monsignor Scanlan High School announced on Wednesday, November
21 that several colleges and universities have extended scholarship opportunities
to student athletes at Monsignor Scanlan High School. Kaylen
Banwareesingh, is the 6th Division 1 basketball signee from Scanlan
in the last fi ve years. She is committed to University of Massachusetts
Lowell. ESPN ranks Scanlan junior Kateri Poole #10 in the country while
Scanlan Kayla Morris is ranked 86th in the nation by ESPN.
Kaylen Banwareesingh (2nd from r) celebrated with her coaches.
Photo courtesy of Monsignor Scanlan High School
49TH PCT. HOSTS BONE MARROW DRIVE
The 49th Precinct recently held its inaugural Bone Marrow Donor Drive to raise awareness to those in need.
The drive was organized to honor Manlius Police Department sergeant Ken Hatter who was in desperate need
of a match. You can still help by joining the national registry by texting “cure73” to 61474.
Newly assigned 49th Precinct commanding offi cer captain Andrew Natiw (r) signed up to join the national bone
marrow registry. Photo courtesy of the 49th Precinct
SEPULVEDA HONORS CHEF DILCIA FRIAS
Senator Luis Sepulveda awarded a certifi cate of recognition to Dilcia A. Frias, Melrose Senior Center chef, on
Monday, November 19 at St. Helena’s Catholic Church.
Melrose Senior Center member Sonia Perez (l) congratulated Dilcia A. Frias for her success. Photo by Edwin Soto
St. Helena School second graders performed
grammatical surgery to form contractions.
Students dressed the part as they performed
Photo courtesy of St. Helena School