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East Boston Main Streets (EBMS) announces 11th annual Countdown to Kindergarten Parade

On Friday September 9, 2011, East Boston Main Streets will hold its 11th Annual Countdown to Kindergarten Parade.

(EastBoston, Ma.11-August-2011) East Boston Main Streets and Countdown to Kindergarten along with Boston Main Streets, the East Boston Social Center, YMCA, Little Folks, Head Start, the Boston Police and the MBTA will host the 11th Annual Countdown to Kindergarten parade.

With the help of many groups and individuals and the generosity of local merchants every child in East Boston who is entering Kindergarten will receive school supplies, a brand new backpack and enjoy a festive day designed to provide a positive experience as they begin their education.
 

Beginning in Central Square at 10:30 AM Parade marshals Ivelisse Cruz and Ivonne Cano from the Social Center, Christine Burnham from Head Start, Katherine Jacobson from the YMCA and Dulce Barbosa from Little Folks will march with children and their parents along Meridian Street to receive school supplies. Upon returning DJ John Dudley will play music and food will be supplied along with face painting and special programs from volunteers including the Suffolk County Sheriffs Department.

For more information contact Sonia Gomez-Banrey at 617.635.6816 or the East Boston Main Street office at 617.561.1044.

About East Boston Main Streets. EBMS is a non-profit corporation. Our mission is to create vibrant business districts by initiating private and public improvements, promoting commerce, and supporting efforts that improve the quality of life for all who live, work and do business in East Boston.

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Clark Moulaison
East Boston Main Streets
617.561.1044
ebmainstreets@verizon.net
www.ebmainstreets.com
 

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