A large crowd turned out on Sunday for a dedication of the Scituate Easter Rising monument, the only such monument in the United States. On hand for the dedication were Irish Consul General Laoise Moore; monument committee chair, attorney John Sullivan; singer Máirín Uí Chéide Keady; Scituate Select Board chair Karen B. Canfield; and state Senator Patrick O’Connor. A larger celebration is planned for April, 2021. ALL PHOTOS BY BILL BRETT Photos by Bill Brett

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Bill Brett will speak about his new book “Boston: Game Changers” at two events in the next week. Books will be for sale at both events and Bill will be available to sign the books. Bill will be at the new Scituate Library, 85 Branch St., on Saturday, November 16, 2019, at 2:30 p.m. Eric Engdahl will host Bill at the ReelHouse restaurant in Marina Bay, 552 Victory Road, Quincy, on Tuesday, November 19, 2019,…

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SCITUATE — More than 200 guests attended the performance of Jimmy Keys as part of a night to raise funds for Alice’s House. The event was held at The River Club in Scituate. Jimmy performed showtunes, comedy skits and impersonations, including Mick Jagger, Barry Manilow and Rod Stewart. The event’s emcee and auctioneer Jim Fagan pushed the crowd and the night raised more than $100,000 for Alice’s House. The organization’s founder Janet Gibson explained the…

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SCITUATE — Some 500 guests attended the “Recovery Rocks — An Evening of Recovery” event in support of the South Shore Peer Recovery. The event, held outdoors at Bulman Marine in Scituate on August 22, 2019, raised $215,000. The night’s emcee was Jim Fagan, who welcomed two bands — The Danny Lynch Band and Border Road. Carol Sasso, who is in recovery talked about her journey and the programs offered by South Shore Peer Recovery.…

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