An "Egg-cellent" Way To Say Thanks: A Local Donates 300 Easter Dinners


BRIGHTON, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A local business owner has donated 300 dinners to Boston police officers and EMS who worked on Easter Sunday.

Anthony Gattineri, the owner of Boston Clear Water Company, donated the full ham dinners because he wants to help frontline workers "in any way he can."

Two Boston restaurants, The Stockyard and West On Centre, cooked the meals.

The president of the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association, Larry Caldrone, said that these dinners are "a way to say thank you for being out there and always being available."

WBZ NewsRadio's Suzanne Sausville (@WBZSausaville) reports:

Also, the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center received 800 commemorative Easter eggs from The White House to be shared with frontline workers and volunteers.
The center is one of Boston's vaccination sites that helps underserved communities.

The center received the eggs on Thursday and celebrated with pictures in bunny ears.

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Written by Edyn Jensen

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