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McGair: Looking to quantify what George Nasuti meant to Woonsocket

February 13, 2014

By BRENDAN McGAIR
bmcgair@pawtuckettimes.com

WOONSOCKET – George Nasuti’s never-ending crusade and dedication to improve the landscape for young people in the city might just prove his lasting legacy.

Hopefully the links below will help to illustrate just that. Nasuti passed away Tuesday night at Rhode Island Hospital.
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Nasuti always made it a point to talk about keeping his athletic program intact:
http://www.woonsocketcall.com/node/3054

Nasuti talks about the importance of keeping youth programs alive: http://www.woonsocketcall.com/node/4615

A fundraiser at Ciro’s Tavern that would go a long way in helping the Woonsocket athletic department: http://www.woonsocketcall.com/node/5278

Explaining ‘Novan Pride’: http://www.woonsocketcall.com/node/7903

Nasuti explains going to bat for high-school kids dealing with hardships: http://www.woonsocketcall.com/node/9461

Nasuti had a vision when it came to transforming Barry Field:
http://www.woonsocketcall.com/node/9889

Helping the Novan football team understand the importance of study hall: http://www.woonsocketcall.com/node/10021

Follow Brendan McGair on Twitter @BWMcGair03

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