Engine Room Section, Inc., was founded in 1994 for the sole purpose of promoting
Caribbean/ American culture and bringing back the “old time” way of masquerading, or as Trinidadians would say
“playing mas”, into the Annual Caribbean/American Carnival in the City of Boston. With this old school theme in
mind a few of the fellas and gyals got together and brought the original form of costuming, Mud Mas commonly known as ole
mas, onto the Boston Carnival stage. From that point on Engine Room Section and mud mas have become synonymous, and a permanent
fixture in Boston Carnival. In June 1998, Engine Room Section registered with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office/Division
of Public Charities as a non-profit social and cultural organization. From our humble beginning we have made our motto, “Together
as One”, the driving force in our method of operation. We constantly strive to: Organize and participate in the Annual
Caribbean/American Carnival in the City of Boston.
Do you want to be a part of the up-coming ERS
Thank you all for making this year a memorable year. For
all of you who came through the camp, registered and wore a costume we salute you. The band looked beautiful and we have heard
from many of you about the wonderful time you had. Thanks from our team: Sam, Wendell, Fabian, Suzzanne, Debbie, Sheldon,
Curtis, Gennie, Camille, Divine, Deirdre, Maureena, Sandy, Yvette and all others who dropped in to help this year.
Please join us for CAMBRIDGE Carnival Sunday
September 8, 2013. Contact us for registration information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-522-8066 after 6pm.
Lots of love.......ERS
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