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October 25, 2013

Sosnowski: focusing on 'the little things'

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Tom Dalton can be reached at tdalton@salemnews.com.

MIKE SOSNOWSKI 

  • Address: 17 Collins St. 
  • Age: 65 
  • Employment: Self-employed lobsterman 
  • Education: Salem High School, Class of 1965 
  • Family: Wife, Patricia; four adult children 
  • Elective office: Ward 2 city councilor, 2004-present 
  • Community involvement: Post 55, Polish Legion of American Veterans, junior vice commander; Massachusetts PLAV, state adjutant; Ward II Social Club, vice president; Boy Scout Troop 24, former scoutmaster; Salem Little League, former baseball manager and girls softball director. 
  • Pastime: Rides in the country

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