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Eastie Pride Day Slated for Saturday, August 21: To Mark 40 Years of EBNHC file photo

BOSTON (July 29, 2010) –  On Saturday, August 21 the 22nd Annual Eastie Pride Day Celebration will take place at Piers Park on Marginal Street overlooking Boston Harbor. Since 1989, Eastie Pride Day has brought together neighbors and friends to celebrate the East Boston community and all it has to offer. Last year’s event hosted over 2,500 attendees and this year, Eastie Pride has even more to celebrate! The summer event will commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center.

The East Boston Neighborhood Health Center has been serving the neighborhood’s health care needs since it first opened its doors in 1970. Since its inception, the Health Center has grown to become one of the largest community health care centers in the country, serving more than 300,000 patients each year.

The Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, catering to the needs of East Boston and its surrounding communities. Recently, the Health Center received a $12 million federal stimulus grant, allowing them to expand their services, opening a new $20 million facility in Maverick Square. For 40 years, this community organization has been a vital resource committed to the betterment of our neighborhood’s quality of life.

So don’t miss out on the fun! Join the fun on Saturday, August 21st to celebrate Eastie Pride Day and thank the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center for all that they do.

Go to Piers Park to join the festivities including live music and dancing, and exciting children’s activities, while enjoying the variety of food and drink in the company of your neighbors.

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