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Photo: Bromley-Heath Mentoring program celebrates 3rd annual dinner

Posted by Matt Rocheleau  June 21, 2013 02:21 PM

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(Big Sister Association of Greater Boston)

From left to right: Deb Re, Big Sister Association; Greg Davis and Rachel Goodman, Boston Housing Authority; State Representative Jeffrey Sanchez; Bill McGonagle, interim administrator of the Boston Housing Authority; Nora Leary, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay; Lydia Agro, Boston Housing Authority.

An annual dinner celebrating the Bromley-Heath Mentoring program was held recently at the housing development in Jamaica Plain, officials said.

Families living at the development, volunteer mentors, staff from the Boston Housing Authority and public officials gathered on June 11 for the third annual dinner at the Ana B. Cole Community Center to recognize that, through a partnership with the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay, more than 130 boys and girls have been matched with an adult mentor.

The event was underwritten by the Highland Street Foundation, officials said.

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