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July 19, 2013

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Charitable guy

Another milestone passed this week when Conrad Correnti announced that this is his last year running the Christopher Columbus Society’s annual scholarship golf tournament.

Correnti, 79, has been running the charity tourney for nearly a quarter-century. Over that time, the club, the pride of the city’s old Italian neighborhood, has raised $50,000, with all proceeds going to scholarships for high school seniors.

Correnti, a retired letter carrier, was presented with a plaque at Monday’s tourney at Far Corner Golf Club in Boxford.

And, yes, he is attorney Joe Correnti’s dad.

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