NEAA Opening Day Honors 100th Anniversary of St. Anthony’s Feast

The North End Athletic Association (NEAA) recently opened its 2019 little league season at Langone Park in honor of the 100th Anniversary of Saint Anthony’s Feast.

Saint Anthony Society President Paul D’Amore was presented with a commemorative league shirt and donation from NEAA Chairman Teddy Tomasone and Sports Coordinator John JR Romano. Hundreds of families and neighbors gathered to celebrate opening day, including Boston City Councilor Lydia Edwards.

Saint Anthony’s Society has been teammates with the NEAA for over six decades. We are proud to continue to support the association’s mission to provide our neighborhood’s youth with fun and quality sports programming.

The Centennial Saint Anthony’s Feast will be celebrated on August 22 – 25, 2019.

3 Replies to “NEAA Opening Day Honors 100th Anniversary of St. Anthony’s Feast

  1. The North End Rehab building isn’t ugly but it sure did replace some beautiful mixed-use buildings with ground-floor retail! (On the right, in the foreground)

  2. You’re right, Maxime. That’s the Pilgrim Cafe’ on the right and a poultry slaughterhouse. On the left was a tool factory where they made springs and small machine parts. They were beautiful, 19th century commercial buildings with storefronts that brought street level activity.

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