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Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce Hosts Mayor McGee Breakfast

July 7, 2018
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The Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the “Mayor’s Address to the Chamber” Breakfast June 29 at the Nahant Country Club. LACC Chair Rick Wood introduced Mayor Thomas McGee to the large gathering, saying it was an exciting time with many new developments happening throughout the city “We’re thrilled to have Tom here today,”...

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Gannon Golf Report:Joyce Agganis Wins Ladies Senior Club Championship

July 7, 2018
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First there was Agganis Week, and then there was Agganis Weekend. Joyce Agganis captured the Gannon Ladies Senior Championship with a two-round total of 175 over the weekend at the Lynn golf course. Agganis edged second-place finisher Pat Ryback by three shots. Joyce is a long-time and popular Gannon member whose last name is...

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Navigating New Heights:For High School Legend Frelick, a Stint in Lynn and Then Off to BC

June 28, 2018
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Navigating New Heights:For High School Legend Frelick, a Stint in Lynn and Then Off to BC

When Sal Frelick takes the field, spectacular things happen. The Boston College-bound freshman and Lexington High School graduate introduced himself to North Shore Navigators’ followers by hitting a grand slam in his first at-bat for the Futures Collegiate Baseball League team. Frelick, 18, is off to a potent start for the Navs, emerging as...

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Nadworny Funeral Home Celebrates 60th Anniversary

June 28, 2018
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Nadworny Funeral Home Celebrates 60th Anniversary

Richard Nadworny, owner and director of the Nadworny Funeral Home, recently celebrated sixty years in business. Dick graduated from Lynn Vocational High School in 1948, Brewster Academy in Wolfboro in 1949 and then went on to advance his studies at New England Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences and studied Embalming & Funeral Directing...

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FUN-damental Basketball Camp Open to Boys and Girls in the Local Area

June 28, 2018
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The annual FUN-damental Basketball Camp, open to boys and girls in the local area, will be held July 16-July 20, 2018 at the Immaculate Conception Parish Center, located at 59 Summer Street in Everett. The camp will be held between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. for boys and girls entering grades...

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Gannon Golf Report

June 28, 2018
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Ben Friedman qualifies for Mass. Public Links Tournament   As he prepares for the Gannon Club Championships in two weeks, two-time, men’s defending champion Ben Friedman has another big event on his calendar: the Massachusetts Amateur Public Links Championships. Friedman earned a spot in the tournament with a score of 76 at the qualifier...

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Harry Agganis’ Story Reads Like a Greek Myth

June 28, 2018
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In a world weaned on anti-heroes like Tony Soprano, Walter White, and Nicholas Brody, where civility has been sidelined and virtue gets played like an easy mark, the story of Aristotle George “Harry” Agganis reads like an updated version of an ancient Greek myth, adorned with qualities we ascribe to gods but beyond the...

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Thank You, Leslie Gould

June 21, 2018
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Thank You, Leslie Gould

The Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce honored President and CEO Leslie Gould at a farewell celebration in her honor at Mission on the Bay in Swampscott. LACC members and friends thanked Gould for her outstanding leadership and dedication and wished her good luck in her new position as executive director of the Greater Beverly...

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A Labor of Love:Galatis Worked Hard to Create Red Sox Tribute to Harry Agganis

June 21, 2018
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A Labor of Love:Galatis Worked Hard to Create Red Sox Tribute to Harry Agganis

As a young boy, Bill Galatis would listen to the stories his father would tell about the legendary Lynn Classical athlete, Harry Agganis. “Growing up in Chelsea, my dad followed Harry’s career at Lynn Classical and BU, not only because my dad was Greek, but my dad played semi-pro football for the...

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Lynn City Council Holds Second Budget Hearing

June 21, 2018
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On Tuesday the Lynn City Council held a second budget hearing and plans to vote on the proposed $319.5 million Fiscal Year 2019 budget next Thursday. The point of Tuesday’s hearing was to hear from city department heads on their wants and needs before next week’s vote. Department heads from varios city agencies like...

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