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Boston Scenes 04-16-2015

Royal Bolling Jr. addresses standing room crowd at the dedication of the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building The building housing the new central offices of the Boston Public Schools and the Roxbury Innovation Center in Dudley Square was dedicated 4/7/15 in the name of the late Bruce C. Bolling, a former city councilor and the first black president of the Boston City Council. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and MA Governor Charlie Baker were in attendance along with many state and city officials, joined by the community who love and respect the contributions of the Bolling family to Boston. The Bolling family would like to thank all who attended.
Joyce Ferriabough-Bolling shares a happy moment with her son Bruce C. Bolling Jr, during dedication ceremonies of the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building
Joyce Ferriabough-Bolling (widow of Bruce Bolling (r)) is joined by (l-r) Deborah Bolling and widow of former Mayor Tom Menino, Angela Menino, at Bruce C. Bolling dedication.
Joyce Ferriabough-Bolling shares a happy moment with her son Bruce C. Bolling Jr, during dedication ceremonies of the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building
Bruce C. Bolling Jr. (7th from left) unveils his father’s plaque at dedication ceremonies of the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building, April 7, 2015, surrounded by Bolling family members and Boston mayor Martin J. Walsh (3rd from left)
Celtics mascot “Lucky” the Leprechaun (left, in green) helped launch “Fit To Win,” the Celtics’ and Sun Life Financial’s rewards-based youth activity program on Wednesday, April 8 at the Roxbury YMCA. The Sun Life Fit To Win program harnesses Bostonian’s love for the green team, and provides children in grades 3-6 with a fun way to learn about maintaining a nutritious diet and healthy lifestyle.
Governor Charlie Baker meets with accountants and accounting students who volunteer their time to provide free tax preparation services for low- to moderate-income working families at Action for Boston Community Development’s Tremont Street office. Governor Baker also met with ABCD leadership, a site volunteer and several individuals and families who would directly benefit from the EITC expansion.
Jumaane Kendrick of ABCD Ostiguy High School, Beantown Society’s Kendra Lara and Johanna Wald of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice discuss the school to prison pipeline at ABCD as part of the agency’s Solutions Series.
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