E Club 52nd Annual Fall Banquet
Tony Massarotti will be the featured speaker at the E Club’s Annual Banquet at Spinelli’s in Lynnfield on Wednesday November 15. Tony has been writing and talking about sports in Boston for more than 30 years. He is currently an on-air personality at 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston, where he is a co-host of Felger & Mazz and host of The Baseball Hour with Tony Mazz. He is a two-time Massachusetts Sportswriter of the Year and has authored five books, all on Boston sports.
The E Club will be presenting four Civic Achievement Awards to Yasmine Laabadla, Stacy Schiavo, Dave Erlandson, Dick Mangerian(posthumously) accepted by daughter Christine Gumbrecht.
This year’s outstanding senior football player will be presented by the Everett High School Head Football Coach Justin Flores.
Come and join an evening of enjoyment with family and friends. Ticket Prices are $65 and can be reserved by calling Mr. Colson at 617-650-0469. These reservations are required, but you may pay at the door. Pay online at WWW.ECLUBOFEVERETT.COM. You can also Sponsor Student tickets, which are $35 each. These sponsorships encourage student athletes to attend the dinner in support of their friends and find out what the E Club has to offer them in the future.
November Service Changes AT THE MBTA
MBTA officials announced service changes in November on the Red, Orange, and Haverhill lines. The MBTA will continue working to improve service reliability across the system. Additional service changes may take place in November and will be announced when details are finalized.
On the Red Line:
• Accessible shuttle bus service will replace Red Line trains between Alewife and Kendall/MIT Stations during the weekend of November 4-5. This service change allows crews to perform rail welding and track work in order to alleviate speed restrictions.
• Accessible shuttle bus service will replace Red Line trains between JFK/UMass and Park Street Stations beginning at approximately 8:45 PM through the end of service Tuesday through Thursday on November 14-16 as well as during the weekend of November 18-19. This service change allows crews to perform track work between Broadway and South Station in order to alleviate speed restrictions.
On the Orange Line:
• Accessible shuttle bus service will replace Orange Line trains between Oak Grove and Wellington Stations from the start of service until approximately 2 PM on Sunday, November 5. This service change is taking place to accommodate an emergency response learning exercise taking place near Malden Center. The exercise is an opportunity for public safety officials to exercise emergency response plans, policies, and procedures.
• Accessible shuttle bus service will replace Orange Line trains between Oak Grove and North Station beginning at approximately 8:45 PM through the end of service Tuesday through Friday on November 7- 10 as well as during the weekend of November 11-12. This service change allows MBTA crews to perform critical work at the Oak Grove crossover track area as well as in and around the tracks at Sullivan Square and Community College Stations.