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Toronto Catholic District School Board

 

Angelone Lane Named After Retired St. Brigid’s Teacher

 

On Saturday, September 23, 2017, present and former St. Brigid staff, family, friends and community members were invited to the sign unveiling ceremony for Angelone Lane. The laneway off Danforth Avenue, on Woodmount Avenue, the street where Vincenzina Angelone grew up on while she attended St. Brigid, is now officially known as Angelone Lane.
 
City Councillor Janet Davis made opening remarks, followed by Danforth East Community Association (DECA) representative Alison McMurray and St. Brigid School teacher Rosina Ross. TCDSB Chair and Trustee, Angela Kennedy was also in attendance.
 
After graduating from Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School, Vincenzina, known as Vincy, began her life-long career at St. Brigid. She retired in 2015 after 46 years of teaching, the second-longest serving teacher in the history of the TCDSB.
 

 

Congratulations Mrs. Angelone!
 
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