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Boston Scenes 07-02-2015

On Tuesday, June 24th, SkyLab held its first Open House reception at the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal building to introduce its various programs being offered to the community, including an entrepreneur summer camp for BPS high school students, upcoming business development seminars and an Entrepreneurship Boot camp planned for the fall.
SkyLab team founder, Bridgette Wallace, Daryl Best and Carolle Nau.
Jose Masso (center in hat) is surrounded by family and colleagues as he cuts the cake in celebration of his 40 years producing and hosting the Afro-Latino music program “Con Salsa” on WBUR 90.9 FM.
“Amandla!” was the cry of the day by school kids, elected officials, school administrators and sponsors as they unveiled the Nelson Mandela plaque at Madison Park High School, renaming Building 4 the Nelson Mandela Physical Education Complex.
Grove Hall resident Roberta Young (center) was honored by Mayor Martin Walsh and Department of Neighborhood Development Director Sheila Dillon as the Grove Hall Main Streets volunteer of the year during the Boston Main Streets program’s recent 20th anniversary celebration at the Strand Theatre in Dorchester.
Mayor Martin Walsh, city and state officials, and shelter client Luis Rosario ceremonially cut the ribbon to mark the opening of the Boston Public Health Commission homeless shelter at 112 Southampton Street.
Mayor Martin Walsh joins Whittier Health Center CEO Frederica Williams and Boston City Councilor Tito Jackson in cutting the ribbon on the new Whittier Health Center Fitness Club in Roxbury.
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