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NOAH's 'Trinity Treasures' Event on June 22

'Trinity Treasures' Event
Please join NOAH on June 22nd at 5 PM
At Trinity House, 406 Meridian Street, East Boston!

Pease join Mayor Menino and all the other wonderful 'Trinity Treasures', along with NOAH staff, volunteers, and guests as we celebrate at Trinity House, 406 Meridian Street in East Boston! The $50 ticket cost provides funding for NOAH's charitable work, including its children's and youth programming. Everyone is welcome.

What are Trinity Treasures? First, they are the Mayor and East Boston community members who helped hold essential social programs at Trinity House in the past, such as Edie DeAngelis, Evelyn Morash, Judge Ferrino, Fran Riley, Ginny St. Cyr, and others. We will pay tribute to them for their decades of important service. Second, there are the civic-minded values that the Mayor and these community figures embody, which we hope to memorialize and pass on to a younger generation. And, third, there is Trinity House itself, the building, which has just been historically rehabilitated.

Refreshments will be provided. This event held 'rain or shine'. For more information, please call 617-418-8246 or email

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