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It's official: Red Sox parade set for Wednesday - The Boston Globe

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Boston Red Sox officials said the team will celebrate its World Series victory with a duck boat parade through the streets of Boston on Wednesday.

Walsh announced the parade schedule at City Hall on Monday.

“This is an all-time great team that we had,’’ Walsh said of the Red Sox and manager Alex Cora. “We are a city of champions, so let us celebrate like champions.”

Boston Police Commissioner William Gross said fans are welcome to wear Halloween costumes to the parade, with one key exception. “No costumes with replica firearms.”

He also said, “If you are in costume, we ask you to act respectfully.’’

Gross also said drinking alcoholic beverages will not be allowed. “No public drinking,” he said. “Alcohol will not be tolerated.”

Walsh had tweeted about the parade minutes after the Red Sox clinched the championship over the Dodgers in Los Angeles on Sunday night. “Fire up the Duck Boats for the #WorldSeries Champions -- congratulations @RedSox, we can’t wait to welcome you home!” Walsh tweeted.

But the date and time of the parade were not revealed until Monday morning.

The parade will start at 11 a.m. on Lansdowne Street outside historic Fenway Park, and then turn right on Ipswich Street, left onto Boylston Street, left onto Tremont Street to Cambridge Street, then right on Staniford Street, where it will end.

City officials warned the public to be aware of road closures and parking restrictions. The city has posted a detailed map of the duck boat route, as well as other information about the parade, online at .

The weather is expected to cooperate. The National Weather Service is predicting a crisp fall day, breezy and sunny, with the temperature at about 50 when the parade begins and rising toward 60 in the afternoon.


Winterized boats catch fire at marina in Norwell - Boston Herald

NORWELL, Mass. — Officials say several boats wrapped up for winter storage caught fire at a Massachusetts marina.

Norwell fire officials say three boats were significantly damaged and one boat had minor damage from the fire at Kings Landing Marina. New England Cable News reports officials say the fire began on one boat and quickly spread.

The fire was knocked down by responding firefighters Monday afternoon, and the local harbormaster says officials have conducted an overhaul.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation, though authorities say they believe the storage wrapping played a role.

Fire officials say there were no injuries.

The town of Norwell is located about 20 miles (32 kilometers) south of Boston.


Boatbuilders get involved for Manufacturing Month - Boating Industry

October was declared Manufacturing Month across a multitude of different industries. The National Marine Manufacturers Association encouraged members of the marine industry to participate by hosting an event to promote and educate others about the boating industry.

Last year, a record 300,000 students, parents and teachers nationwide gained insight into modern-day manufacturing. Manufacturing Day, according to a survey from DeLoitte, has resulted in the following for participating students:

• 89 percent are more aware of manufacturing jobs in their communities,
• 84 percent are more convinced that manufacturing provides careers that are interesting and rewarding,
• 64 percent are more motivated to pursue careers in manufacturing, and
• 71 percent are more likely to tell friends, family, parents, or colleagues, about manufacturing after attending an event.

The NMMA viewed the awareness month as an opportunity for the boating industry to educate the public about marine manufacturing and build the industry’s work force.

The association also sought the opportunity to boost the marine industry’s advocacy efforts by engaging local decision makers and illustrating the positive economic and community impact of marine manufacturing.

Various boatbuilders around the industry took the opportunity to reach out to local communities, including Barletta Boats, Boston Whaler, and Correct Craft.

Barletta Pontoon Boats hosted six separate tour groups from three local schools, as part of its involvement with Manufacturing Month.

“Most of the students had no idea how connected we are to the world,” said Goshen Middle School counselor Linda Dickerson, “but that was a byproduct of our original intent.”

The goal of the tours was to show students the career possibilities after high school or college, and raise awareness for career pathways they may otherwise not know about.

“We take great pride in our manufacturing team, and our manufacturing team takes great pride in the work they do,” said Bill Fenech, president and co-owner of Barletta. “I think our team members were just as excited to share as the students were to learn.”

Additionally, many of the students were able to see the connection between coursework at school, and how it is intertwined in everyday manufacturing environments. Math, science, public communication, problem-solving, and creativity were just a few examples that confront manufacturing teams on a consistent basis.

“It shows what you can do with a strong work ethic,” Dickerson said, who was on the tour with students at GDC, Inc. “The opportunities for advancement are impressive.”

“We’ve hired the best-of-the-best for our manufacturing team. Many of the students saw family members, friends of family, and neighbors,” Fenech said. “It was a great experience for all involved, and a great source of pride to be able to highlight our team.”

Boston Whaler boatbuilding experts stepped into local classrooms in Volusia County, Fla. to share information with middle school and high school students about modern manufacturing techniques as well as future career opportunities.

“Giving back to students in our area, showing the importance of proper measurement and career opportunities at Boston Whaler, and that Boston Whaler Boats are made less than 10 minutes from their school was a great message to share with our potential workforce of the future,” Abdalian said.

“I know the students and teacher, Jill Mucci, were excited to have a local company like Boston Whaler interact and spend time with them. Nate and I also were impressed with what the students are working with modern technologies that will play a larger role in manufacturing going forward,” Crews said.

Correct Craft and its manufacturing companies across the country also participated in Manufacturing Day by hosting students at its...



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