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Periodontics Dental Implants of Greater Boston
30 College Ave, Somerville, MA 02144
This peridodontist and dental implant clinic is operated by Dr. Sofia Ostrer, D.M.D., M.S.D, P.C. The clinic offersMore patients surgery, tooth implants, regeneration, grafts, aesthetic treatments and treatments for sensitive teeth and gums. 
Castle Slate Roofing
23 Victoria St # Sr, Somerville, MA 02144
Castle Slate Roofing is a locally-owned contracting firm serving clients throughout the greater Boston area. It installsMore and repairs slate and copper roofs and gutters and provides ice belt and ice dam removal services.
Swartz Catering
854 Broadway, Somerville, MA 02144
Weddings, bar mitzvahs and corporate events are just some of the social engagements serviced by Swartz Catering. More Founded in 1986 by longtime Somerville resident Howard Swartz with an eye toward gourmet foods, the catering service, with a commisary three doors down on Broadway, prepares most of its handmade fare from local producers. Focusing on fresh meat, fish and vegetables, Swartz is always on the lookout for the newest, freshest products. In keeping with its intimate philosophy, the catering service only purchases from vendors who match its size and attention to detail. While mainly operating within an hour of greater Boston area, Swartz Catering will travel up to two hours for a function.
The Family Center
366 Somerville Ave, Somerville, MA 02143

This nonprofit provides therapy and support services to low-income, at-risk families in Somerville and GreaterMore Boston. Founded in 1982, their mission "is to create safer, more resilient families by supporting them in developing the inner strengths, life skills, and networks of resources they need to succeed." They provide both direct counseling and support services to families and also train human service workers and educators who work with families and children. Services are offered in English, Spanish and Haitian Creole.

Counseling is offered to whole families, couples, individuals and parent-child groups. Areas of focus include family violence intervention, parenting education and support and addressing the unique needs of immigrant parents. The center runs a number of support groups. They also hold Family Fun Nights to offer families a chance to share a positive experience.

A total of 59% of Family Center clients fall below the U.S. poverty level and 80% are single parents. The center relies on donations for much of their support.

Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church
29 Central St, Somerville, MA 02143

The Greek Orthodox Church is a Christian denomination within the greater Orthodox Church, which is the world's secondMore largest organized Christian body after the Roman Catholic Church.

In Somerville, the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church proudly notes its immigrant history. Founded in 1916 (originally on Bow St.), the church was formed by Greek immigrants who came to work in Somerville's meatpacking plants. They settled in the Brickbottom area of Somerville (which was a close-knit neighborhood before being razed for City and factory use) and they worshipped at Dormition—all while making their way in a new land.

Today, the Church draws members from throughout Greater Boston. A very active, very Greek and very warm community, they are led by Rev. Fr. Panteleimon Klostri.  The congregation pursues charitable work, offers numerous youth programs including Greek School and Church School and maintains an all-ages choir. In addition, a Golden Club brings together members over 50 to socialize and undertake charitable work, and a Health Committee organizes exercise classes and health talks. Their annual Greek Festival, held the second weekend of September, draws members and neighbors, as well as foodies looking to sample the homemade Greek treats like grilled kebabs, spanikopita (spinach pies) and sweet baklava.

The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America states that, "Orthodoxy believes that God has revealed Himself to us, most especially in the revelation of Jesus Christ, whom we know as the Son of God. This Revelation of God, His love, and His purpose, is constantly made manifest and contemporary in the life of the Church by the power of the Holy Spirit."

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