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Students Receive a Generous Donation of Backpacks and Supplies

School administrators and students are pictured outside the Madeline English School, in front of a truck owned by TDL Landscaping.

City Councilor Anthony DiPierro, Trevor LaLiberte of TDL Landscaping, businessman and City Council candidate Al Lattanzi, and developer Charlie Zammuto joined EPS students and administrators on Wednesday morning at the Madeline English School to make a generous donation of brand new backpacks and supplies to deserving students. Approximately 80 backpacks were donated to every elementary school in the city, starting with the gathering pictured here at the English School. Shown with students are, from left, Assistant Superintendent Kevin Shaw, Councilor DiPierro, Assistant Superintendent Charles Obremski, Superintendent Janice Gauthier, Mr. Zammuto, Mr. Lattanzi, and Mr. LaLiberte.

Al Lattanzi, Charlie Zammuto, Trevor LaLiberte, and City Councilor Anthony DiPierro are pictured in front of the Madeline English School on Wednesday morning. The four donated hundreds of backpacks and school supplies to every elementary school in the city.
Al Lattanzi, Charlie Zammuto, Trevor LaLiberte, and City Councilor Anthony DiPierro are pictured in front of the Madeline English School on Wednesday morning. The four donated hundreds of backpacks and school supplies to every elementary school in the city.
The backpack and supplies that were donated to Everett Public School students on Sept. 18, 2019
The backpack and supplies that were donated to Everett Public School students by Anthony DiPierro, Trevor LaLiberte, Al Lattanzi, and Charlie Zammuto on Wednesday morning.

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