EV Vol. 33, No.23 -FREEEVE ER TT Your Local News & Sports Online – Scan & Subscribe Now! ADDOCCO TEAT www.advocatenews.net Free Every Friday City of Everett hosts retirement party for Police Chief Steve Mazzie City staff, elected offi cials and community members gathered at Everett Police Station for a farewell luncheon 617-387-2200 Friday, June 7, 2024 Caps Off to Everett High School Class of 2024 Graduates CLASS LEADERS: Siblings Nischal, who is the Class Valedictorian, and Simran Tamang, the Class Salutatorian, will both attend Harvard University in the Fall. Graduation coverage begins on page. (Advocate photo by Tara Vocino) By Th e Advocate F State Representative Joe McGonagle, left, alongside Mayor Carlo DeMaria, presented Police Chief Steven Mazzie with a citation on behalf of the Mass. House or Representatives to congratulate him on his retirement. (Photos courtesy of the City of Everett) Special to Th e Advocate C ity of Everett staff recently joined with elected offi cials and community members at Everett Police headquarters to wish Chief Steven A. Mazzie all the best in retirement. Mayor Carlo DeMaria presented a citation on behalf of the City of Everett thanking Chief Mazzie for his service to the Everett Police Department (EPD). State Representative Joe McGonagle also presented a citation on behalf of the Mass. House CHIEF | SEE PAGE 7 SINCE 1921 Messinger Insurance Agency 475 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 Phone: 617-387-2700 Fax: 617-387-7753 NEW COMPETITIVE AUTO RATES AND BENEFITS AVAILABLE  ACCIDENT FORGIVENESS  DISAPPEARING COLLISION DEDUCTIBLE  11% DISCOUNT WITH SUPPORTING POLICY  10% COMBINED PAY IN FULL DISCOUNT AND GREEN DISCOUNT  10% GOOD STUDENT DISCOUNT Celebrating 100 years of excellence! Monday thru Friday: 8am to 6pm Saturdays 9am to 1pm! Check out our NEW website! www.messingerinsurance.com our hundred and eightyeight Everett High School students crossed the stage on Saturday, June 1st during graduation exercises at Everett Veterans Memorial Stadium. The keynote speaker, Jennifer Penate, the weekend anchor and general assignment reporter at WCVB, off ered words of commitment and hope for the future. Supt. of Schools William Hart, describing the Class of 2024 as strong, intelligent and thoughtful, highlighted the “inherent goodness we hold as individuals, as a high school, as a school system, as a community in this great city of Everett.” Guest speakers also includCAPS OFF | SEE PAGE 10 City Council withholds approval of Capital Improvement Plan By Neil Zolot T he City Council’s Committee on the Budget withheld approval of the Fiscal Year 2025 Budget Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) at their meeting Monday, June 3. “The City Council voted negative because the old High School is not in the plan,” stated Council President Robert Van Campen. “There’s a desire to make improvements to that building.” He explained that the CIP is “a wish list of needs of which each item has to be funded through borrowing, grants or other funding sources. The June 3rd meeting was not designed to appropriate money. Items will come before us on a project-by-project basis for approval, but it’s an incomplete document that doesn’t refl ect all the capital needs in the short PLAN | SEE PAGE 24

Page 2 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Sen. DiDomenico hosts fi rst Poverty Commission Hearing State Senator Sal DiDomenico gave opening remarks at the beginning of the Poverty Commission hearing in Springfi eld. (Cour tesy Photo) Community leaders provided testimony at the Poverty Commission hearing. (Courtesy Photo) 50 Pictured from left to right: State Representatives Brian Ashe, Bud Williams and Marjorie Decker and State Senators Sal DiDomenico, Robyn Kennedy, Jake Oliveira and Adam Gomez. (Courtesy Photo) S Need a hall for your special event? The Schiavo Club, located at 71 Tileston Street, Everett is available for your Birthdays, Anniversaries, Sweet 16 parties and more? For more info, call (857) 249-7882 tate Senator Sal DiDomenico, as Co-Chair of the Massachusetts Poverty Commission, hosted the fi rst public hearing in Springfi eld with Co-Chair and State Representative Marjorie Decker, along with several commissioners. Organizations and individuals who work on addressing poverty in the area attended the hearing to testify and share their experiences and best practices for lifting people out of poverty. “It is a privilege to hear directly from people who are working on the front lines each day to combat poverty and support families in need,” said Senator DiDomenico. “Our commission’s goal is to study how we can best address inequality, reduce poverty, and promote opportunity in the Commonwealth over the next decade and these hearings are foundational to our work. I look forward to meeting with community members across our state to hear their perspectives and refl ect on how state government can be doing more to help our residents in need.” The Massachusetts Poverty Commission was created through the state budget, and Pictured from left to right) Community Action Programs Inter-City, Inc. Executive Director Richelle Cromwell, State Senator Sal DiDomenico and Senator DiDomenico’s Legislative Director, Ayla Thorntona. (Courtesy Photo) the law establishes this special commission to study poverty in the Commonwealth. Senator DiDomenico was appointed Senate Chair of this commission by Senate President Karen Spilka. Specifi cally, the Commission is tasked with studying ways to tackle poverty and address inequality in the Commonwealth and make recommendations that, if implemented, would significantly reduce poverty in our state over the next 10 years. The study will include, but not be limited to: 1. A historical analysis of poverty rates in the Commonwealth 2. An analysis of demographic disparities in poverty rates, such as any racial or ethnic disparities 3. An assessment of the underlying causes of poverty, such as any specifi c issues that contribute to the disparities identifi ed 4. An analysis of regional disparities in poverty rates in the Commonwealth 5. A survey of existing public programs and services that most eff ectively reduce poverty both in the Commonwealth and in other states This was the first of three public hearings in geographically diverse areas of the Commonwealth. Findings and recommendations will be submitted to the Legislature by December 31, 2024.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 3 School Committee Honors Student Rep. Sal DiDomenico 8 Norwood St. Everett (617) 387-9810 Open Tues. - Sat. at 4:00 PM Closed Sun. & Mon. At Monday night’s School Committee meeting, Everett High graduating senior and Class President Salvatore DiDomenico was honored for his term as the Everett High School Student Representative to the Everett School Committee with a special presentation commemorating his service to his fellow students. DiDomenico – shown with school committee members and Supt. William Hart – was instrumental in raising thousands of dollars for his senior prom, which covered all expenses for his classmates. Also shown with Sal is his proud parents, State Sen. Sal DiDomenico, his mom, Tricia, and his brother, Matthew. Announcing our Classic Specials Dine In Only: * FREE Salad with purchase of Entree, Tuesdays & Wednesdays * Cheese Pizza - Only $10 Catch ALL The Live Sports Action On Our Large Screen TV’s Scan & Follow Us on Facebook! www.810bargrille.com SABATINO/MASTROCOLA INSURANCE AGENCY 519 BROADWAY EVERETT, MA 02149 Auto * Home * Boat * Renter * Condo * Life * Multi-Policy Discounts * Commercial 10% Discounts * Registry Service Also Available Sabatino Insurance is proud to welcome the loyal customers of ALWAYS READY TO SERVE YOU: Our Staff are, Emma Davidson, Jeimy Sanchez, Josephine Leone, Marie D’Amore, Rocco Longo, Z’andre Lopez, Anthony DiPierro, Darius Goudreau, Laurette Murphy, Danielle Goudreau and Tina Davidson. PHONE: (617) 387-7466 FAX: (617) 381-9186 Visit us online at: WWW.SABATINO-INS.COM Subscribe to the Advocate Online: www.advocatenews.net

Page 4 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER FACEBOOK.COM/ADVOCATE.NEWS.MA RON’S OIL Call For PRICE MELROSE, MA 02176 NEW CUSTOMER’S WELCOME ACCEPTING VISA, MASTERCARD & DISCOVER (781) 397-1930 OR (781) 662-8884 100 GALLON MINIMUM Lawrence A. Simeone Jr. Attorney-at-Law ~ Since 1989 ~ * Corporate Litigation * Criminal/Civil * MCAD * Zoning/Land Court * Wetlands Litigation * Workmen’s Compensation * Landlord/Tenant Litigation * Real Estate Law * Construction Litigation * Tax Lien * Personal Injury * Bankruptcy * Wrongful Death * Zoning/Permitting Litigation 300 Broadway, Suite 1, Revere * 781-286-1560 lsimeonejr@simeonelaw.net t’s defi nitely the harsh reality of any state tournament season, and it doesn’t matter how well a team plays to stay competitive with its opponent. If an off ense can’t get something going consistently, it makes it more diffi cult to win the game, and as a result the Everett High softball team (19-3, 33rd I seed) has to go home early after host Belmont (11-8, 32nd seed) was able to hang on to beat its Greater Boston League (GBL) counterparts in a Division 1 preliminary round game, 2-0 on May 31. “(Belmont) was such a beatable team, but unfortunately we just didn’t bring our bats,” said coach Stacy Poste-Schiavo afterwards. Pitcher Peyton Warren once again did her job after going six complete innings, and allowing just six hits and two earned runs. She fanned one batter. Warren Celebrating Our 52nd Year Dan - 1972 We Sell Cigars & Accessories! MAJOR BRANDS AT DISCOUNT PRICES! Singles * Tins * Bundles * Boxes * Travel Humidors * Desk Top Humidors * Many Types of Lighters * Ash Trays * Juuls * Vapes * Glass Pipes * Rewards Program * CBD Infused Products * GIFTS UNDER $30 - GIFT CERTIFICATES Don’t Wait! Get What You Smoke NOW! Buy Your Smokes by the Box & SAVE!! Join Our FREE Rewards Program & SAVE Even More! NEW HOURS STARTING JUNE 1ST: OPEN MON. - SAT., 9 AM - 7 PM / SUN., 9 AM - 6 PM Humidor Specials! Starting as LOW as $99. Complete with Accessories R.Y.O. TOBACCO & TUBES ON SALE! Green Label Cigar Sale! Buy 2 Cigars, Get One FREE! A.B.C. CIGAR 170 REVERE ST., REVERE (781) 289-4959 Chris 2024 Despite offensive threats, Tide softball falls to Belmont in fi rst round state tournament game Everett senior shortstop Gianna Masucci named GBL MVP after superlative all-around season By Joe McConnell also had a lot of help from her defense that handled practically all the chances, which came its way. Emma Longmore led off the game with a walk. Bryanna Mason then tried to bring her home, but her line shot to center was tracked down by the centerfi elder. The Marauders went down in order in the home half of the fi rst on a liner to shortstop Gianna Masucci, a fly to centerfielder Jayla Davila and another fl y to leftfi elder Arabella Cvitkusic. The Tide loaded the bases in the second on walks to Emilia Maria-Babcock, Davila and Arabella Cvitkusic, but they were unable to get that clutch hit to break the scoreless tie. But the Marauders did break the tie when they came to the plate with two runs on three hits. In the third, Mason was credited with Everett’s fi rst hit of the game, but she too was stranded on the basepaths. The game continued to move along at a brisk pace, thanks to the solid pitching and defense on both sides. But in the fi fth, Cvitkusic walked, before Longmore singled to start the visitors fourth threat in fi ve innings. Alexa Uga then drew a two-out walk to load the bases again, but another fl y to the outfi eld ended that potential surge, as well. In the home half of the sixth, Belmont had runners on first and second, but the Everett girls once again made the defensive plays to go along with a strikeout by Warren to get out of the jam. But in its fi nal at-bat, Everett was retired in order to lose the close, heartbreaking contest. “This was defi nitely a frustrating loss, because our girls played great defense to support their pitcher Peyton Warren, who pitched another amazing game,” said Poste-Schiavo, “and Emilia (Maria-Babcock) supported (Warren) throughout the game behind the plate. “This was not the hitting team that we have been throughout this entire season,” added the veteran Everett coach. “The Belmont pitcher was not overpowering, and we should have hit her better. We made contact, but directly at their players, and also couldn’t take advantage of our bases loaded chances. “Overall, assistant coach Jennifer Nigro and myself are extremely proud of this team. They worked hard work, and played with determination all season long. They are also a great group of kids, who worked well together on and off the fi eld, and we would like to thank everyone for their support to the team this season.” Masucci chosen GBL MVP Everett senior shortstop Gianna Masucci was selected as the GBL MVP by the league coaches recently. They also named junior catcher Emilia Maria-Babcock, senior second baseman Emma Longmore, senior fi rst baseman Bryanna Mason and junior pitcher Peyton Warren to the 2024 all-star team. FUN-damental Basketball Camp open to boys and girls in local area T he FUN-damental Basketball Camp, which is open to boys and girls in local area cities and towns, will be held from July 22 to July 26, 2024, at the Immaculate Conception Parish Center (59 Summer St. in Everett). The camp will be held between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. for boys and girls entering grades 3 thru 8 as of September 2024. The cost of the camp is $125. Tony Ferullo, boys’ varsity basketball coach at Mystic Valley Regional Charter School in Malden, will be the Director of the camp. The purpose of the camp is: · To provide all campers with the fundamental tools to help them become better basketball players · To create a positive atmosphere where the camper will learn and have fun at the same time · To instill the spirit of the game into all campers and inspire them to continue playing the game either competitively or just for fun Each camper, who will receive a T-shirt and certifi cate, will participate in various drills, scrimmages and individual contests. Special guests will speak and share their personal basketball tips. An awards ceremony will take place on the last day of the camp, and parents and friends are welcome to attend. For more information about the FUN-damental Basketball Camp, please contact Camp Director Tony Ferullo: 857-3127002 or tferullo@suff olk.edu.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 5 Sen. DiDomenico tours new nonprofi t offi ce in Everett S tate Senator Sal DiDomenico joined the Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers (MAPS) in Everett to tour their new offi ce, which is almost ready to be opened. Senator DiDomenico said, “I am proud to support this fantastic organization and am excited to see how this new location will help them expand health and social services to the Portuguese-speaking community. I want to thank Paulo Pinto, the MAPS Chief Executive Offi cer, for inviting to me to their new offi ce and all the MAPS employees who work tirelessly to improve lives for people throughout our communities.” MAPS was created in 1993 and their goal is to improve the lives of Portuguese speakers in Massachusetts and help them become contributing, active participants in American society while maintaining a strong ethnic identity and a sense of community. New St. Anthony’s Flea Market 250 Revere St., Revere, Lower Hall Indoor Flea Market Saturday, June 8, 2024 from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Admission .50 Cents * Free with Ad Lot’s of New Vendors! New Vendors Welcome! For info, call Lynda: (781) 910-8615 State Senator Sal DiDomenico shaking hands with MAPS CEO Paulo Pinto at MAPS’ new offi ce in Everett. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER FACEBOOK.COM/ADVOCATE.NEWS.MA State Senator Sal DiDomenico with MAPS CEO Paulo Pinto at MAPS’ new offi ce in Everett. Suspect arraigned on gun charged following shooting outside Revere supermarket By Th e Advocate O n June 4 at approximately 6:30PM, Revere Police responded to Stop & Shop located at 540 Squire Rd. in Revere after receiving calls that a male party had been shot. Revere Police Detectives, with the assistance of Everett and Malden Police officers, identifi ed 20-year-old Jeremy Carl Taylor-Tripp as the suspect involved in the shooting. Taylor-Tripp was located at a residence in Everett and was arrested without incident by Revere Police, Everett Police, Malden Police and Mass. State Police. Detectives recovered a 9MM handgun shortly after the arrest along with an extended magazine. Taylor-Tripp was charged with Armed Assault with Intent to Murder, carrying a loaded fi rearm, possession of a large capacity feeding device, carrying a fi rearm without a license, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, possession of ammunition without an FID card and discharging a fi rearm within 500 feet of a building. Taylor-Tripp was arraigned at Chelsea District Court on Wednesday. The victim was transported to MGH to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries. The incident was recorded by cellphone by a witness which led police to the suspect. The victim’s identity and the reason for the shooting was not reported. Window Glass & Screen Repair

Page 6 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 City of Everett held monthly Lunch and Learn T City employees discussed the importance of mental health with guest panel he City of Everett recently held its Lunch and Learn for the month of May at Everett City Hall. This month’s program featured guest panelists to discuss mental health in the workplace, schools and beyond. City of Everett employees were pleased to be joined by Walker Solutions senior consultant/wellness coach Taiany Goulart (former social emotional learning specialist at Everett Public Schools (EPS); Devens School Principal Sean Kiley; the City of Everett’s Youth Development and Enrichment Department’s Assistant Director of Youth Substance Abuse Prevention, Eric Mazzeo; and EPS Director of Social & Emotional Learning Dr. Brian Wallace. In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, participants learned about the importance of discussing City staff joined with guest panelists at the May Lunch and Learn. (Photos courtesy of the City of Everett) Mid-grade Regular $3.85 3.24 73 59 Over 45 Years of Excellence! Full Service $2.95 Order online at angelosoil.com From left to right are City of Everett Assistant Director of Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Eric Mazzeo, Devens School Principal Sean Kiley, Senior Consultant/Wellness Coach Taiany Goulart, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Offi cer Simone Holyfi eld and EPS Director of Social & Emotional Learning Dr. Brian Wallace. Eastern Bank Building on Rte. 1S 605 Broadway, #301 * Saugus (781) 233-6844 www.bostonnorthdental.com mental health with youngsters and adults and providing mental health services in schools and the workplace. The featured panelists talked about how they prioritize mental health when working with those they serve. Lunch and Learn is a monthly program created and moderated by the City of Everett’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Department. The program is an opportunity for City employees to Dr. Priti Amlani Dr. Bhavisha Patel The Lunch and Learn wouldn’t be complete without lunch. This month lunch was provided by Rita’s Catering. come together, share ideas and experiences and discuss new topics while enjoying lunch. The series is a part of the City’s commitment to engage, educate and elevate. Law Offices of * Restorative Dentistry * Cosmetic Dentistry * Implant Restoration * Zoom Whitening * Teeth in a Day - All on 6 * Invisalign * CEREC Crowns (Single Visit Crowns) * Root Canal Treatment * Sedation Dentistry ~ Full Mouth Rehabilitation ~ Before After • ESTATE/MEDICAID PLANNING • WILLS/TRUSTS/ESTATES • INCOME TAX PREPARATION • WEALTH MANAGEMENT • RETIREMENT PLANNING • ELDER LAW 369 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 (617)381-9600 JOSEPH D. CATALDO, CPA, CFP, MST, ESQUIRE. AICPA Personal Financial Specialist Designee JOSEPH D. CATALDO, P.C. “ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW”

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 7 Everett City Councillors gathered to congratulate Police Chief Steve Mazzie on his retirement. City of Everett staff, community leaders and former elected officials joined Police Chief Steve Mazzie to congratulate him on his retirement. CHIEF | FROM PAGE 1 of Representatives and Captain Paul Strong, who has been selected as Everett’s next police chief, presented a plaque on behalf of the EPD in recognition of Mazzie’s service. “Chief Mazzie has served Captain Paul Strong presented a plaque to Police Chief Steven A. Mazzie to congratulate him on his retirement on behalf of the Everett Police Department. Everett with pride, integrity, compassion, and the same love for his hometown that I also share,” said Mayor DeMaria. “I am grateful to Steve for his years of service to our community, and I wish him the very best as he moves on to the next chapter of his life.” In November 2023, Mazzie announced his intention to retire in the first half of 2024 after assisting with a successful transition once his replacement is selected. He served for 32 years as an Everett police officer and the last 20 as chief. The Chief’s official retirement effective date is June 30, 2024, and subject to City Council confirmation, Captain Strong will assume the duties of chief officially as of July 1, 2024. Mayor Carlo DeMaria presented a citation on behalf of the City of Everett to Police Chief Steven A. Mazzie to congratulate him on his retirement. Bishop Robert Brown congratulated Police Chief S t even Mazzie on his retirement. JOHN MACKEY & ASSOCIATES ~ Attorneys at Law ~ * PERSONAL INJURY * REAL ESTATE * FAMILY LAW * PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY * LANDLORD/TENANT DISPUTES 14 Norwood Street Everett, MA 02149 Police Chief Steven Mazzie cutting the cake celebrating his retirement. From left to right are Everett Fire Department Deputy Chief Craig Hardy, Everett Police Chief Steven A. Mazzie and Everett Fire Department Provisional Chief Joseph Hickey. Phone: (617) 387-4900 Fax: (617) 381-1755 WWW.JMACKEYLAW.COM J& Elected officials, City of Everett staff and community members gathered in the Everett Police Station for a farewell luncheon. • Reliable Mowing Service • Spring & Fall Cleanups • Mulch & Edging • Sod or Seed Lawns • Shrub Planting & Trimming • Water & Sewer Repairs Everett Police Officers gathered to congratulate Chief Steven Mazzie on his retirement. Joe Pierotti, Jr. S LANDSCAPE & MASONRY CO. Masonry - Asphalt • Brick or Block Steps • Brick or Block Walls • Concrete or Brick Paver Patios & Walkways • Brick Re-Pointing • Asphalt Paving www.JandSlandscape-masonry.com • Senior Discount • Free Estimates • Licensed & Insured 617-389-1490 Designing and Constructing Ideas that are “Grounds for Success” Landscaping

Page 8 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Everett Historical Commission to host dedication ceremony at former Park Theatre to kick off Walking Tour The Park Plaza condominiums where the Park Theatre used to be located. (Photo courtesy of City of Everett) The Park Theatre circa 1980 at 30 Chelsea St.; the Park Plaza Condominiums is now at this location. (Photo courtesy of Everett Public Libraries) The historical sign for the Park Theatre located in front of the Park Plaza Condominiums. (Photo courtesy of City of Everett) T IN COLLABORATION WITH PRESENT: BABSON ACADEMY YOUTH IMPACT LAB YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ACTION WORKSHOP Thursday, June 27, 2024 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Everett Recreation Center 47 Elm St. Everett, MA 02149 LEARNFROM THE #1 RANKED COLLEGE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE USA FOR 27 YEARS UNDERSTAND what it means to think and act like an entrepreneur. DEVELOP a solution to a problem in groups with other students. CONNECT problems to one of the UN Global Goals as viewed from the local context. AGES 14-19. FREE 45 spots available for Everett residents only. he Everett Historical Commission will be hosting REGISTER cityofeverett.com/events/babson-youth-workshop a dedication ceremony on Thursday, June 20, at 5:30 p.m. at the former location of the Park Theatre and current location of the Park Plaza Condominiums (30 Chelsea St.) to kick off the new City of Everett Walking Tour. The tour will eventually include nearly 100 locations dedicated to historic events, buildings and people that are considered part of Everett’s over 150-year history. The dedication of the Park Theatre – a local favorite for residents to gather at and be entertained by community events and the newest fi lms since its opening as the Crown Theater in 1914 – will kick off the Everett Historical Commission’s City of Everett Walking Tour. The event will include local and state elected offi cials, as well as the Chairperson of the Everett Historical Commission to off er their remarks. Refreshments will also be provided to all in attendance. The tour seeks to highlight the importance of Everett’s history and allows participants to learn through informational signs that will be located throughout the city. The sign that is placed at a historical site will inform participants about the location’s historical significance to the Everett’s history. Initiated by former City Clerk Michael Matarazzo, current City Clerk Sergio Cornelio and the members of the Everett Historical Commission, the ongoing project will eventually have nearly 100 locations with historical signs. All are welcome to attend 617-394-2270 Phone John.Russolillo@ci.everett.ma.us Email the ceremony. To learn more about the event or the Walking Tour, please contact the Offi ce of the City Clerk at 617394-2225.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 9 Everett’s Youth Development & Enrichment Dept. attend Career Fair, EHS Grad rehearsal 425r Broadway, Saugus Located adjacent to Kohls Plaza Route 1 South in Saugus at the intersection of Walnut Street We are on MBTA Bus Route 429 781-231-1111 We are a Skating Rink with Bowling Alleys, Arcade and two TV’s where the ball games are always on! PUBLIC SKATING SCHEDULE 12-7 p.m. The City of Everett’s Youth Development and Enrichment Department recently attended the Career Fair at the Lafayette School to talk with students about their positions and the work that they do to serve Everett’s youth. (Courtesy photos) The City of Everett’s Youth Development and Enrichment Department helped cook and serve food to students at the Everett High School graduation rehearsal at Everett Stadium. Local Emerson College students earn Dean’s List for spring 2024 semester T he following students from Everett are named to Emerson College’s Dean’s List for the spring 2024 semester. The requirement to make Dean’s List is a grade point average of 3.7 or higher for that semester. Sara Bourjjai is majoring in Media Arts Production and is a member of the Class of 2024. Godfrey Sympre is majoring in Sports Communication and is a member of the Class of 2025. Based in Boston, Mass., Emerson College educates indiHappy Birthday, Wayne! Sunday Monday Tuesday $9.00 Price includes Roller Skates Rollerblades/inline skates $3.00 additional cost Private Parties 7:30-11 p.m. Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday $10.00 Price includes Roller Skates Adult Night 18+ Only Private Parties Private Parties 4-8 p.m. $10.00 8:30-11 p.m. $11. 18+ Adults Only After 7 PM 12-9 p.m. $9.00 Everyone must pay admission after 6 p.m. Sorry No Checks - ATM on site viduals who will solve problems and change the world through engaged leadership in communication and the arts, a mission informed by liberal learning. For more information, visit emerson.edu. Roller skate rentals included in all prices Inline Skate Rentals $3.00 additional BIRTHDAY & PRIVATE PARTIES AVAILABLE www.roller-world.com Advocate Online: www.advocatenews.net Ward 3 Councillor Anthony DiPierro, Councillor-at-Large Katy Rogers and Ward 1 Councillor Wayne Matewsky (Courtesy photo) T he City Council wished a Happy 66th Birthday to Councilman Wayne Matewsky on his Birthday, May 28.

Page 10 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 The Everett High School Class of 2024 Graduates 488 Students Class of 2024 President Treasurer Senior Class Officers Salvatore DiDomenico Vice President Anthony Masucci Secretary Emerson Pineda Pedro Pereira Khadija Ailane *~ Adan Alarcon Acosta *~ Jhennifer Alcantara Cesario *~ Joshua Alsaindor *~ Ritchelmia Auguste *~ Isabella Barbosa *~ Jessica Benitez Escobar *~ Nicole Brandao *~ Camille Camilo *~ Arabela Cvitkusic *~ Laury Darius *~ Ammisha Dascelin *~ Emily De Oliveira *~ Stephany De Souza *~ Neeysa Denning *~ Salvatore DiDomenico *~ Amourah Durrant *~ Tiffany Escobar Rodriguez *~ Michelle Germain *~ Melodie Ghiraldelli *~ Aviana Giron *~ Kirtsy Hall *~ Rebecca Hickey-Schultz *~ Devin Ho *~ Gurkiran Kaur *~ Yasmine Laabadla *~ Christine Laforest *~ Yasmin Linhares *~ Suzanne Maharjan *~ Alexis Martinez *~ Anthony Masucci *~ Gianna Masucci *~ Abitchaelle Medilme *~ Gisela Melendez Ramos *~ Nicholas Middleton *~ Aeshah Mohammed *~ Duc Nguyen *~ Rachelle Nguyen *~ Shelina Nguyen *~ Lilian Odiari *~ Katherine Olivares Guzman *~ Alyssa Parziale *~ Thalia Patino Molano *~ Xiomara Perez Puerta *~ Emerson Pineda Chacon * Gabriel Ponce Lemus *~ Makenzie Powers *~ Jayden Prophete *~ Salina Pun *~ Jazmin Ramberose *~ Katherine Ramirez Quintanilla *~ Mariana Rojas Vaquiro *~ Chloe Salvi *~ Jackeline Sampaio * Sushant Shrestha *~ Ana Luiza Silva *~ Alisson Solis Deras *~ Krish Soni *~ Nischal Tamang *~ Simran Tamang *~ Edwin Tejada * Woodjanna Tondreau *~ Tam Tran *~ Erik Vo *~ Veronica Vo *~ Christian Zamor *~ Lonndy Acingilles ~ Emmanuel Acosta Jessica Aguilar Ericka Aguilar Lemus Meylin Aguilar Nufio ~ Mebelin Aguilar Viera Anderson Alas Pineda Angel Aleman Taisha Alexandre Kiara Alfaro Jeremy Alicia Tiana Allen ~ A’Giana Altidor Stephanie Alvarado Amaya Stasy Alvarenga Lemus Debora Alvarez Mejia ~ Elisa Alves Doris Amador Alondra Amaya Ochoa Shyann Ambersley Alice Andrade Julio Cesar Andrade ~ Erick Andrade Julio Anorve Suhey Aragon Munguia ~ Izabela Araujo Edwin Ardon Hernandez Mariana Aristizabal Gaviria Atair Junior Aurelio Alexandra Barrera Fuentes Ana Julia Barreto Julia Barbosa Enrique Barros Gregory Barros Ikhra Bashir Jessica Bechirian ~ Roshdi Belaji Gabrielle Bengnami Adam Bengoutaya ~ Pietra Bertolazzi ~ Layla Betancur-Cardona Gabriella Blatt Skylah Blouin Joshua Boa Dieff Bonhomme Juana Bonilla Samuel Boseti Yasmim Botelho Joseph Botto Benjamin Braga Nevaeh Brazzo Sebastian Bryan Shawn Burke-Hutchinson Esthel Calderon Chris Calix Guzman Andres Campos Jacob Cantone Jasmine Carranza Ericka Carranza Tobias Wendy Castillo Nathalia Catalunia GRADUATES | SEE PAGE 11 CAPS OFF | FROM PAGE 1 ed Mayor Carlo DeMaria, who encouraged graduates to be proud of their accomplishments and try to make every day meaningful. State Rep. Joseph McGonagle congratulated the graduates on their achievements; and to adapt and overcome any obstacles they should encounter in life. State Senator Sal DiDomenico, whose son, Salvatore is the Class President, said he was proud to know that Everett High School graduated some exceptional students who have been well prepared, advising them to never allow anyone to dictate their paths in life. Congratulations EHS Class of 2024.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 11 The Everett High School Class of 2024 Graduates 488 Students GRADUATES | FROM PAGE 10 Lornisha Cazeau Mariela Chacon YinYin Chao Saskya Charles Aaron Chavez Luis Chavez Natareno Trinity Chen ~ Ranad Chibane Chaimaa Chkounda ~ Jaysaun Coggins Sophia Colangeli Elizabeth (Arlo) Connell Carlos Cornejo Andrea Cortez ~ Amanda Costa ~ Carlos Costa Coelho Anthony Couto Vanessa Crowley Isabella Crozetta Matthew Cruz Velis Alexander Cuthbertson Williane Vitoria Da Penha Amanda Da Silva Carol Da Silva Jose Olavo Da Silva Victoria Da Silva Tayslaine Da Silva Alves Kaic Julio Da Silva Coutinho Evellyn Da Silva Nunes Joao Vitor Da Silva Nunes ~ Gianna Darnell Thiago De Aguiar ~ Helyas Algusto De Almeida Rafael De Andrade Gabrielle De Gouveia~ Matheus De Moraes Jennifer De Oliveira Yasmin De Paula Souza Amanda De Pinho Joao Vitor De Sales Beatriz De Souza ~ Deiber De Souza Filho ~ Kaylee DeCastro David DelaRosa Antonio Delle Rose Joao Vitor Demo Molina Derozier ~ Darrynn Desrameaux Karianna Desrosiers Allsin Desruisseaux Jomanuel Desruisseaux Angel Diaz Jae Dicks Isabela Cristina Do Nascimento Victoria DoCarmo Genesis Dominguez Pedro Hugo Dos Santos Justin Du Aidan Duclos Jenelle Dupre Caroline Eler Meah Eliassaint Cindy Emile Wilmer Geovanny Erazo Cleevence Erilus Maikol Escobar Rodrigo Escobar Nathaniel Espada-Pacheco Erita Esquival Raymundo Andrew Evangelista Linhares Henry Farfan Rossi Olivier Felix Shakirah Fequiere ~ Vitoria Fernandes Caio Victor Ferreira Camila Ferreira Scarlett Ferreira Emanuele Ferreira Campos Carla Figueroa Shane Fitzgibbon Eduarda Fiuza Naika Fleurant Jules ~ Olivia Flint Denis Flores Yennifer Flores Susi Flores Palacios Jaretsi Flores Torres Sebastian Fong Alissa Forestal ~ Alessandra Foster Derek Freitas Nicholas Freitas Adalmita Freitas Silva Moises Galdamez Perez Anthonny Garajou Rafael Garcia Sandra Garcia Alexa Garcia Milton Garcia Gonzalez Mario Garcia Valle Savannah Gaudet ~ Bryhanna Germain Dawens Germain Jilliarde Gomes da Silva Ava Goodwin Luis Granados Tejada Katerin Guevara Chacon Anner Guevara Cruz Ryan Guiamares Therlancia Guillaume Malaica Guillaume ~ Malica Guillaume Ariel Guillen Pleitez Sophia Gurung Akeelah Hagans Anthony Hahn Sterley Hall Hanh Hang Blake Hardin Ricardo Harper Jarred Hebert Kaique Heilbuth Emerson Hercules Bryan Mauricio Hernandez Ayala Jeleinee Hernandez Cepeda Josue Hernandez Figueroa Giovanni Hernandez Matute Evelin Hernandez Murcia Sofia Hernandez Natareno Francisco Hernandez Ramirez Amine Hmunna Nathan Ho ~ Kayla Hoang Yanel Hoyos-Reyes Matthew Humanni Tuong Huynh Gabrielle Hyppolite Aliyah Ingram Harry Jaikaran Guevara Vessenchy Jean Soraya Jean Baptiste Bryan Jean Louis Jeremiah JeanLouis Kayla Jerome Jose Jimenez Arias Jada Jones Jalen Jones ~ Curtis Joseph Ali-Vernet Jules Jahvon Jules Yahya Kaddouri Christopher Kibbitt Keni Kule Damien Lackland Franchelle Lagene Matthew LaMonica Dwayne Lamy Ashley Landaverde Cesar Landaverde Cisneros Bryan Landaverde Dominguez Genezis Landaverde Menjivar~ Manuel Alexander Lara Sophia LaRosa Frantz Laterion Olivia Lavaud Ruben Lazo Portillo Keon Lee Gerard Legagneur Foedia (Fay) Legagneur Jose Lemus Rafael Lemus Orellana Erika Lemus Reyes Ednilson Lerois Emily Leyva ~ Yasseen Lila Leslie Lima Castro Christopher Loaiza Emma Longmore Justin Longmore Suelin Lopes Abiel Lopez Jenelly Lopez Rivera Stephon Lorient Victoria Macao ~ Sophia Machado Vitoria Machado ~ Shane MacKenzie Brianna Maher Christefer Malave Pedro Marcelino Terra Anna Clara Marcena Lucas Mariano Elder Marin Vanegas Katherine Martinez Diaz Kenner Martinez Orantes Marleny Martinez Pineda Allisson Martinez Rodriguez Bryan Martinez-Portillo Cadu Martins Bryanna Mason ~ Valeria Matias Calmo ~ Andy Matute ~ Israel Maul Luiz Maximiano Anessa McMillian Maria Luiza Medeiros Cristian Medina Fredis Medrano Sarah Meireles Khristy Mejia Reyna Jason Melendez Erick Melendez Medrano Tiago Mendes Evelin Mendez Ramos Fernay Mendoza Ramos Keyla Mercado Ramirez Ed Metellus Donald Michel Maria-Helena Mihoc Kalleb Miranda Andrey Miranda Agostinho Beudenly Monelus ~ Gabriel Morais Christopher Morales Jacqueline Morales Munoz Khadija Moutaouakkil ~ Mohamed Munye Aman Mustafa ~ Manuel Navas Barrientos Jason Nelson ~ Nellie Nelson Khang Nguyen ~ Hezrai Nogueira ~ Steve Nunes Jeshly Nunes Ramos Alexia Nunez ~ Estefany Nunez Avelar Alanna O’Brien Vanda Oliveira ~ Nicole Olson Bernice Orozco Guzman Amy Ortiz Yamil Ortiz Ricardo Osorio Umana Angie Ospina Torres Aliyana Owens Lucas Pacini Nilabhro Pal ~ Andy Palacios Guzman Cheyann Palmariello Fausto Paniagua Gabriela Paniagua Castro Keely Paolucci Domenic Papa Evangelia Pappas Franchelle Paul Victoria Payne Christopher Paz Sifontes Marco Peixoto Moniz Kauan Pena Moreira Pedro Henrique Pereira Jaime Perez Lopez Katherine Perez Privado Rocio Perez-Bonilla Cristian Perlera Melendez ~ Pamela Perlera Rivera Alex Peron Thong Phan Hang ~ Alexandra Pierre Alexandrine Pierre Mark Pierre Sylvenson Pierre Louis Josue Pineda Adriana Pineda Manzanares Diego Pineda Vasques Renatha Poggere Da Costa Zayda Pontoriero Brenden Portillo Madelyn Portillo Marisela Portillo Neida Portillo Kelin Portillo Guzman Keyla Portillo Landaverde Alison Portillo Lezama Tatiana Portillo Torres Janeli Posada Erick Posadas Barillas Keilly Posadas Morales ~ Gabriella Powell Nickolas Procopio Rosena Pun ~ Anne Marcelly Quevedo Machado Jamie Quinde Leon Grecia Quintanilla Merino Dave Rambay Franco Roberto Ramirez Nurian Ramirez Garcia Stephanie Ramirez Morales Ghordany Ramos Nicole Ramos Fonseca ~ Ibrahim Rana Aleck Rateau ~ Christopher Redrick Katherine Reyes Brigitte Reyes-Cortez Hishmaya Richemond Daimeliz Rivera Joselyn Rivera Miya Rivera Rafael Rivera Aldana Litzi Rivera Euceda Erick Rivera Pineda Na’Tayeja Robinson ~ Maria Rocha Moraes Joao Pedro Rodrigues Nelson Rodriguez Argueta Wilber Romero Leison Ruiz Natalia Ruiz ~ Maria Ruiz Marquez Caron Saint Jean Abigail Saint Louis ~ Alejandro Sanchez Laura Sanchez Cespedes Kaesta Sandy Achena Sanon ~ Gabriela Santamaria Joao Pedro Santos Natalia Santos Leonardo Santos Lian Santos Dorosario Adoni Santos Ramirez Shane Scoppa Marvens Seide Kaleab Seifu Angelina Senibaldi Sydney Sheehan Agrima Shrestha ~ Presley Fernandes Silva Lorrayne Silva De Freitas Hyan Soares De Castro Felipe Sola Jeffrey Sosa Mendez Ana Beatriz Souza Jason Stark Angela Su ~ Bibek Tandan Marxciley Teixeira Michelle Tejada Alegria Maria Tejada Landaverde ~ Jackelyn Tejada Moraga Gleidy Tejada Sanchez Maria Terra De Fatima Valery Theligene Stonelove Thomas Aristides Torres Nunez Linh Tran ~ Vinny-Hung Tran ~ Samantha Trinh Jasmin Uceda Guardado ~ Cristian Umana Diana Valle David Valle Lopez Oscar Valle Rivera ~ Natalie Vaquerano-Lopez Ashley Vasquez Fuentes ~ Meybelin Vasquez Lazo Brandon Vega Enrico Vega Anyi Vega Perez Ashley Velasquez Rivera Jasmin Velasquez Rivera Caroline Veneno Naun Ventura Johnny Villatoro Angela Vital Alexandra Vogel ~ Aidan Volquez ~ Jose Wales Zacarias Naturi Wells Jeremy White Terell Wilkerson Tyana Williams Annaya Wilson Christopher Xiloj Figueroa Joel Yanes Angela Zepeda Lopez Maryori Zuniga Medrano * denotes National Honor Society ~ denotes Honor Medal Recipient

Page 12 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Caps Off to Everett High School Class of 2024 Graduates Graduate Tam Tran with his father Luan, his mother Mai, his grandmother Van, his brother James, and his sister Minh. Tran plans to study business at UMass/Boston to work in corporate. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Class President Salvatore DiDomenico, who will be attending Northeastern University to study political science to follow in his father’s footsteps, and Anthony Masucci, who is going to Syracuse University to study biochemistry and history to hopefully become a surgeon. State Representative Joseph McGonagle said the Class of 2024 has adapted and overcome obstacles. State Senator Sal DiDomenico said the Class of 2024 is an accomplished group, from arts to music to sports. Mayor Carlo DeMaria awarded a diploma to Nischal Tamang. Gianna Masucci shook hands with School Committee Chair Jeanne Cristiano. Shown from left to right, are: State Senator Salvatore DiDomenico, his son, Sal, and Mayor Carlo DeMaria. Mayor Carlo DeMaria, who graduated from the Class of 1991, encouraged graduates to be proud of their accomplishments and try to make every day meaningful. Graduates Amy Ortiz and Bernice Orozco with Mayor Carlo DeMaria. Mia Auguste received her diploma from School Committee Chair Jeanne Cristiano. Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Thalia Patino are all smiles. Shown from left to right, are: Camille Camillo, with friends Camille Moura and Carol Santos. Camilo is taking a gap year before going to UMass/Boston. Donald Michel high fi ves School Committee members Marcony Almeida Barros and Robin Babcock. Football standout Christian Zamor’s attire was attributed to his Christian faith. Class Secretary and Student Government member Emerson Pineda Chacón plans to study computer science and industrial engineering to open his own business. Keynote speaker Jennifer Peñate, the weekend evening anchor and general assignment reporter for WCVB, said graduates are committed. She is originally from El Salvador. Everett High School Principal Dennis Lynch led the Pledge of Allegiance. Graduate Nicole Brandao waved during the procession into the stadium. Everett High Music Teachers/Directors Gene O’Brien, at right, and Corey Crofoot played trumpet to welcome the processional into the stadium. Lilian Odiari took a selfi e, as she crossed the stage. Anthony Hahn graduated. Alanna O’Brien is all smiles as she crossed the stage an EHS graduate. Stephany DeSouza is all smiles, as she crossed the stage. Honor medal recipients stand to be recognized during the ceremony. Proud parents cheered on their graduates from the bleachers. Rebecca Hickey embraces her mother, Elena. Rafael Garcia points to the crowd. The Everett High Choir performed the National Anthem. Laury Darius, at left, who plans to attend UMass/Amherst to study public health to become a pediatric doctor, and Shelina Nguyen, who plans to study psychology at Simmons University. Graduate Tyanna Williams’ cap read “onto the next story.” Graduate Natalia VaqueranoLopez’s cap was attributed to Proverbs 3:5. Shown from left to right, are: Ward 6 Councillor Peter Pietrantonio, Councillor-At-Large John Hanlon, Council President Robert Van Campen, Councillor Guerline Alcy Jabouin, Councillor Katy Rogers, Ward 2 Councillor Stephanie Martins, Ward 4 Councillor Holly Garcia and Ward 3 Councillor Anthony DiPierro. Jeremiah Saint Louis crossed the stage.

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 13 Congratulations EHS Graduates! Mayor Carlo DeMaria & The Everett City Government We wish you success in your future endeavors! Mayor DeMaria, wife Stacy, Carlo III, Caroline & Alexandra State Senator Sal DiDomenico & Family Senator Sal DiDomenico with his wife, Tricia and their sons, Sal and Matthew. Sacro Companies Whitney Lorenti House Sacro Plaza Excellence in Housing Glendale Court

Page 14 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Congratulations EHS Class of 2024 F.J. LaRovere Insurance Agency 492 Broadway, Everett 617-387-9700 Check out our website: www.larovere.com Congratulations Class of 2024 From Rocco & Staff at SABATINO INSURANCE AGENCY SINCE 1921 475 Broadway, Everett, 617-387-2700 100 Years of Excellence! Congratulations Class of 2024 564 Broadway, Everett 617-387-7466 www.sabatino-ins.com Congratulations Class of 2024 Marcony Almeida-Barros Ward 5 School Committee 26 Garvey St. Everett 617-387-6877 Alfred Lattanzi & Family Messinger Insurance Agency Ward 3 Councillor Anthony DiPierro Best Wishes Grads!

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 15 Congratulations EHS Graduates! Best Wishes to the EHS 2024 Graduates & to their Proud Families State Representative Joseph McGonagle From our family to yours Best Wishes EHS Class of 2024 Councillor-at-Large John F. Hanlon & Family Ward 5 Councillor & Council President Robert Van Campen Best Wishes! CLASS OF 2024 EVERETT TAXI & MALDEN TRANS (617) 389-8100 * (617) 389-1000 LESTER, PEGGY & DAVID MOROVITZ Everett / Medford / Winchester / Dorchester / Norwood / Plymouth memberspluscu.org The future is yours! Ward 1 Councillor Wayne Matewsky BEST WISHES EHS CLASS OF 2024

Page 16 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Salvatore DiDomenico - President EHS Class of 2024 S uperintendent Hart, Mayor DeMaria, Mr. Lynch, City Councilors, School Committee Members, State Representatives, that Senator guy behind me, special guests, parents, the best truck driver in America Charlie the custodian and most importantly the Class of 24 Four years ago, we began high school behind a computer screen. Nobody could have predicted the path of our high school journey. But regardless of starting high school like no other class before us, we made the most of it. It’s been quite the ride, but we’ve tackled it together and made our mark. Over these four years we have been through a lot together. We survived a pandemic, got through online schooling, we even wrote essays alongside chat gpt. (We all used it at least once or twice… some of us a couple thousand - we can all have our own opinion on who that was). We’ve formed bonds that will last a lifetime and shared experiences that will forever have a place in our memory. From rushing to do projects at the last minute to playing an intense basketball game at gym, to the good times we all shared, each moment has forever left a mark on all of us. As we say goodbye to high school, let us carry with us the lessons we’ve learned, the strong friendships we’ve forged, and the memories we’ve created together. Let us cherish the moments we’ve shared and look forward to the adventures that lie ahead. And let us never forget that no matter where life takes us, we will always be united by the bond of our high school years. For most of us we will be independent for the first time, we will be attending new classes with different people. We will have to make new decisions for ourselves like what courses to take, what job opportunities to pursue , and how to get around taxes - shoutout to Mr. Peach. Being your Class President has been a great honor and I am thankful that you trusted me with this position. As you all know, I promised that every senior would have a free prom. And after months of fundraising I was able to raise over 50 thousand dollars to make this crazy idea a reality. The money that was left over from this fundraising will go towards funding scholarships in the name of our Class of 2024 to help fulfill the dreams of future EHS graduates. This will be our way to paying it forward and ensuring our Class will also have a presence at EHS for years to come. I consider these things to be my biggest accomplishments throughout high school. My parents and brother have been my biggest cheerleaders and the best support system I could ever ask for. My whole family has always been by my side overcoming any challenges I was facing and supporting everything I wanted to accomplish. Thank you all for being right behind me always. I would also like to thank Mr. O’Brien and Mr. Sachetta. They were my biggest supporters throughout my time at Everett High School, they have shown me that hard work pays off, and in times of uncertainty they alSalvatore DiDomenico EHS Class President ways offered me unwavering support and were always there for me to talk to. They were always there for me when I needed help and I will forever hold dear the profound friendships we share. These two people have changed my life in a way words cannot even begin to describe. Thank you for everything done for me. When we graduate and leave here today, I want everyone to not forget this pivotal moment in our lives that has set us up for success, never forget the teachers that guided us through highschool, our support staff, the people that are invested in your success, and the friends that you have made. I will forever treasure the friendships that I have made and I am proud to have started at the Keverian School. We must all never forget where we came from. Wherever you go in life remember Everett, remember where you started, remember the community that you grew up in. Do not hold back - follow your dreams and don’t let anyone knock you off your course. As Walt Disney said, “Your dreams can come true if you have the courage to pursue them.” That is absolutely true and I can’t wait to hear about the many success stories that will come from our Class. The sky is the limit and I know we have the drive and determination to make our dreams a reality. Thank you again and Congratulations Class of 2024! I look forward to coming together as a class at our 5-year reunion. Best of luck to you all. Simran Tamang - Class of 2024 Salutatorian Resonance: The Power of Presence G ood morning faculty, family, friends, and fellow graduates, thank you for joining us in celebrating this monumental milestone. My name is Simran Tamang and I am honored to be standing here today as the Salutatorian of the Class of 2024. I want to start off by thanking my teachers, coaches, and all EHS administration, faculty, and staff for providing me as well as my fellow graduates with an unparalleled education over our four years of high school. I want to especially thank my mom and dad, and my family in Nepal who have sacrificed so much for my brother and me to be able to receive a quality education in America and pursue our dreams. My parents left the comfort and safety of their little village in Nepal to venture into America, an unfamiliar land where the language, customs, and traditions were different. Stepping foot into America, we traded in our grand celebrations of Dashain and Tihar for mellowed celebrations of strange western holidays. My parents courageously took on jobs outside their fields of expertise–my dad went from serving in the Nepali army to working as a delivery man, and my mom from being a farmer to a barista, all the while lacking English fluency. Their resilience and unwavering strength and determination as they worked every day of the week and attended night classes twice a week at Bunker Hill to learn English has been an inspiration and testament to their tireless dedication to their children. I am beyond grateful for their example and the lessons of courage and hard work they have taught me. So, to Mummy, Baba, tapai her la suby gernupha ko la gi, theri theri dhanyabad. If you’re not from Nepal, that was me saying thank you for everything to my mom and dad! High School has been quite the experience for all of us here, in good ways and bad ways. Whether we’ve formed friendships that last a lifetime, developed an unforeseen love for an activity, or grown a strong dislike towards certain subjects, the last four years of our lives will be a core memory that we’ll surely tell our grandchildren. All about “When I was in high school, we would panic if we lost our AirPods and rejoice if the school lost WiFi.”, “When I was growing up, we knew something was a fact if we had seen it on Tiktok” “Back in my days, President Swift was just a singer, in fact some of us even saw her on the Eras Tour.” But I want to recognize one (serious) thing in particular. High school is such an important time in our lives because it’s the time when we discover our identity. We figure out who we are, and who we hope to be. Some of us have found a sense of belonging on stage, performing in Augusta and Noble, or singing in the holiday concerts. Some have found our niche on the field, playing football or soccer, or even on the courts, playing volleyball or tennis or participating on the Mock Trial team. And there are also those among us who are still searching, still figuring out who they are, their likes and dislikes, figuring out a balance between what they want and what they need. And that’s completely fine. That’s good. Growth is good. Change is good. But whether you’ve discovered yourto take up space as a Nepali, proudly showcasing my Nepali heritage and culture wherever and whenever I can. At the college you will be Class Salutatorian Simran Tamang has a grade point average of 4.952. Tamang encouraged students to savor memories from their teachers. self or you’re still searching, I want to encourage each and every one of you to be proud of who you are, to take up space, to be unapologetically you. Throughout high school, not being able to grow up in my home country and be as connected to my culture and traditions as I would like, I began to realize the power of my presence and the importance of my identity as an immigrant from Nepal. To preserve the culture and traditions that my parents and I had to give up when we came to the United States, I now strive attending next fall or the jobs you will be holding in the future, let your presence be known. Walk confidently into a room full of strangers, keep your head up, voice your opinions, let people know the correct way to pronounce your ethnic name (Sim-run and Nisch-al), and wear your cultural garments with pride. Let your presence resonate as you find your way through life. Start today if you haven’t already. Yes, it’s graduation, but it’s not too late. In a little while, when you walk across this stage, walk with confidence. Let your presence be felt, and maybe those few short seconds will resonate long into the future. Savor the moment. We’ve earned it. I wish you all good luck in your future endeavors, and I hope that you exceed all of your expectations in life! Dhanyabad 2024 class, If you’re not from Nepal, that was me saying Thank you EHS Class of 2024!

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 17 Nischal Tamang - Class of 2024 Valedictorian Unlocking Tomorrow: The Freedom of Moving Forward G ood morning EHS students, staff, family, and class of 2024. It is my honor and privilege to stand on this stage in front of this wonderful audience and give this speech. First, I want to express my deepest gratitude to the EHS teachers and staff for helping my classmates and me overcome numerous obstacles and adversities throughout our journey and reach this point in life. I also want to express my sincere gratitude to my parents, who are the building blocks of my life. Ever since we moved to the US when my sister and I were 9 and 10, my parents have constantly supported us as we adapted and grew in a new environment. Like many proud parents and guardians in the stands today, they have made countless sacrifices in their lives to support us; whether it is leaving their lives in Nepal and starting from scratch in America with minimum English, or working 7 days a week for ten to twelve hours each day so that we could afford whatever we needed. It is thanks to their sacrifices and support that I am able to proudly stand here today, and it is their greatest lessons that they taught me that have built me into the individual that stands in front of you. So, this moment is not only mine but my father’s, who despite the pain aching labor and countless hours of overtime, always finds the right words to brighten the room with his hilarious nature, and my mother’s, whose kindness fills the room and makes me forget about all the adversities. Thank you both for being the best parents. I would also like to thank the class of 2024 for sharing these past years of high school with me and creating unforgettable memories and building unbreakable bonds. It truly felt as if every one of my interactions with this group of students helped me gain a greater understanding of myself as well as the environment around me. This group of students is not only one of the smartest and most hard-working groups, but also one of the most resilient groups to have walked the halls of Everett High School. As we all know, Covid struck the US when this group of students were nearing the end of their eighth-grade year, and as a result, were forced to transition from middle school to high school through online classes in a time of great uncertainty and unrest. This was a rough start since online school was just a weird experience. Every student was just a black box with their name written on it, we weren’t able to physically talk to one another, (I mean I don’t count those Zoom breakout rooms since the students rarely unmuted their mics or turned their cameras on), and many high school activities such as sports and clubs were canceled. Even so, when school became in person again, we came into the school as excited as ever, eager to meet new friends, learn new topics, and try new things–like football in February and eating socially distant lunch in the gym. The resilience and optimism of our class helped us push forward through some of the greatest challenges that were thrown our way. I don’t know if I can emphasize enough how supportive our teachers were throughout that year, and over these past four years as a whole. It is thanks to their passion for teaching and desire to assist and connect with their students that helped each one of us stay motivated, grow, and achieve our goals. The connections that we made with our teachers helped us look forward to a school day, even if we didn’t always love getting up in the morning. Whether it was spending the after school discussing the middle east in Mr. Bailey’s room, enacting the different scenes of Julius Caesar in Mr. O’s class, or bugging Mrs. Brogna for more Calculus help, these precious moments that we shared with our teachers motivated us to continue and revealed to us that there were more people uplifting us and wanting us Class Valedictorian Nischal Tamang has a grade point average of 4.996. Tamang said precious moments shared with teachers motivates graduates to succeed. to succeed. They believed in us, which helped us believe in ourselves. However, I am not going to act like everything went right for everyone, every day. There are memories from these high school years that each one of us will hold dear in our hearts– but there are also those moments of regrets that will linger in the back of our minds. “I wish I had joined this sport or club,” “I wish I had talked to this person,” “I wish I had passed instead of shooting in that one game,” or “I wish I had taken that class more seriously.” No matter who you are, you are bound to have one of these “wishes” or regrets. But the truth is that these events of the past cannot be changed. As one saying goes “is it the past because it cannot be changed or can it not be changed because it is the past?” (I’m kidding, I made that saying up). But going back to the topic, I ask you, what is the point of looking back on these regrets if you can’t do anything about them? Well that’s why: because it is best to forget it and move on; unlock the tomorrow that awaits you and approach it with excitement and an open mind without the lingering thoughts of those regrets. Luckily for us, this is the perfect moment to start approaching life with this new thought, because this is not only a graduation but the beginning of a new adventure, a new chapter of our life with an uncertain but exciting future. Whether you are attending college, enlisting in the military, attending a trade school, or something entirely different, a variety of new experiences and opportunities are waiting for each one of us. So, as you take your diploma today, I want each one of you to take this opportunity to leave those past regrets behind and to look forward to your future. I want your diploma to be a symbol of your promise to continue being resilient and move forward no matter the adversity thrown your way, to erase those regrets and embrace those opportunities that await us as we move forward into all of our tomorrows. I wish you all the best of luck. Thank you. William Hart – Supt. of Everett Public Schools Graduation Remarks G ood morning! A heartfelt thank you to everyone for being here this morning. Thanks to: • Students, Families, and Faculty. • The Platform Party: Mayor DeMaria, State Senator DiDomenico, and State Representatives Ryan, McGonagle, and Garcia • School Committee Chairperson Jeanne Cristiano and the members of the Everett School Committee • City Council President, Attorney Robert Van Campen, and the members of the Everett City Council And, finally — thank you Mr. Lynch, for welcoming us here for this memorable occasion. I am honored to be standing here as Superintendent of the Everett Public Schools, with our amazing seniors, the faculty who prepared and mentored you academically and socially during your years at Everett High School, as well as our distinguished guests, administrators, and the staff who invested so much positive energy into preparing for today’s Graduation Exercises. There is NO other gathering like this gathering. One in which our community is so fully represented, at the same time, in the same place, for the same reason — to celebrate you, the young men and women in caps and gowns who comprise the Everett High School Class of 2024. You are surrounded by thousands of people who love you and care about you. Your parents, grandparents, siblings, relatives, classmates — as well as the elected officials and distinguished guests seated behind me. And, of course … • The teacher who helped and guided you in ways only you can describe. • The coach who motivated you to achieve more success than you knew possible. • The educator who inspired you to reach your academic goals and college dreams, or who opened your eyes to a career. • The club advisor who provided you with an outlet to express yourself. • The Everett organization or business that awarded you a scholarship, or perhaps offered you an internship or a valuable work-place experience. • The friends you shared your high school experience with. • nd, most importantly, the relatives and people who have loved you, cared for you, and championed you. At no point during the other 364 days of the year can Supt. of Everett Public Schools William Hart addresses the EHS graduating Class of 2024. you find a better representation of the inherent goodness we hold as individuals, as a high school, as a school system, as a community, in this great city of Everett. Our strength is on full display — inside this stadium of champions. On this field, in these stands, on this stage. That strength will carry you forward as Everett High School graduates and it will propel us forward as a community. Graduation Day embodies the awesome obligations and limitless possibilities of public education. As leaders and educators, we strive not only to educate and prepare you, but to inspire you. We want to serve as springboards, not merely stepping-stones, as you get ready to take on your next challenge — be it higher education, a career path, military service, the workforce, or a combination thereof. You Are Ready! In you, we see strong, intelligent, and thoughtful graduates. In us, I hope you see and feel the strength and admiration of an entire city — one that is not only happy for you but extremely proud of you. Congratulations. You Did It!

Page 18 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Everett Police Dept. partners with Special Olympics for Game Day for children of all abilities By Tara Vocino he Everett Police Dept. partnered with the Special Olympics to host Unified Game Day last Friday at Rivergreen Park. Children of all abilities played games with each other, followed by sharing a meal. T Amara Louis and Richie Lagene recited a volunteer oath. State Rep. Joseph McGonagle (far right) joined Police Chief Steven Mazzie and Special Olympics Massachusetts Inclusive School Programs Manager Makayla Parris (front left) and others. Shown from left to right: Everett Public Schools (EPS) Music Teacher Kelsey Devlin, EPS Violin Teacher Maciej Kaczmarek, Lafayette School Music Teacher Jorunn Kaczmarek, Everett Deputy Fire Chief Will Hurley and School Committee Memberat-Large Samantha Hurley. Lafayette School students sang the National Anthem. Webster School second grader Christopher Melton Didas (in center) ran through cones in a football drill. Maureen Johnson’s ninth and tenth grade EHS Life Skills students participated in the Special Olympics. Shown from left to right: Front row: Baya Yaiche (paraprofessional), Madison Carbone, Dr. Maureen Johnson (special education teacher), Yuleishka Perez, and Angela Cucuzza; middle row: Kelley Guida (paraprofessional); second row: Waif Dormevil, Jorge Hernandez, Richard Gaul, Elijah St. Germain, Erly Erving Silatchom Kemtchouang, Andersson Ruiz, Cristian Tejada Mendez, Jayden Doza and Gina Liston (paraprofessional). Children played in and around the parachute. Everett High School Life Skills ninth grader Erly Erving Silatchom Kemtchouang kicked the ball into the net. Ward 4 Councillor Holly Garcia (far right) joined in with Webster School kindergarteners. Shown from left to right: Nico Edward, Ryan Petion, Maria Cutler, Sharmilla Maharjan, Daniel Pinto, Lucca Campos, Rayan Benguedda, teacher Erin Hughes, Isaac Garren, Mariana Hysenbegasi and Ayoub Sabaar. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 19 Everett Police Dept. partners with Special Olympics for Game Day for children of all abilities Members of the seventh grade Lafayette School Council. Special Olympics athlete Melissa Reilly and Everett Police Lt. Larry Jedrey offered welcoming remarks. Shown from left to right: Everett Police Officers Nick Palermo and Sandra Rivas and Detective Stephen Ramunno, Special Olympics athlete Melissa Reilly, Everett Police Lt. Larry Jedrey, Officer Hayli Hill and Dianne Fitzpatrick. Everett High School volunteer Shane Coyle offered remarks. Lafayette School Applied Behavioral Analyst Tricia DiDomenico with her son, Matthew. Shown from left to right: Matthew DiDomenico, Tricia DiDomenico, Melissa Reilly and Al Lattanzi, who donated to Special Olympics. Webster School fifth grader Mauricio Solis, 11, threw the ball into the Hula-Hoop during Unified Game Day last Friday at Rivergreen Park. Shown in front: Lt. Larry Jedrey and Melissa Reilly carried in the torch. City of Everett hosting Babson College’s Youth Entrepreneurship in Action Workshop Everett residents ages 14–19 can register now for this FREE opportunity M ayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce that the City of Everett will host Babson Academy’s Youth Impact Lab to bring its Youth Entrepreneurship in Action Workshop to Everett residents on Wednesday, June 27, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Everett Recreation Center (47 Elm St.). Everett youth ages 14 to 19 will have the opportunity to participate in this program that is designed to teach students how to think and act like an entrepreneur. The program is taught in an engaging and conversational style with students to develop a solution to a problem in groups with other students. “The City of Everett Youth Development and Enrichment Department is ecstatic to be able to provide this opportunity for our youth and young professionals in collaboration with Babson Academy Youth Impact Lab,” said Director of Youth Development and Enrichment John Russolillo, who is an alumnus of Babson. He added, “I recognize the importance of being exposed to entrepreneurial principles at a young age not only to learn how to start a business, but to expand your mind to be an adaptive and progressive member of society as well.” “Babson Academy Youth Impact Lab works with youth and educators around the world to cultivate future entrepreneurial leaders who possess the agency, confidence, and resiliency to solve sticky problems,” said Babson Academy Youth Impact Lab’s Senior Director for Academic Strategy, Dr. Beth Goldstein. “Possessing entrepreneurial skills can have a positive role in a youth’s future success. We look forward to working with the City of Everett to show their youth how to navigate a world filled with uncertainty and help them see themselves as entrepreneurs equipped with the skills, knowledge and agency to be changemakers.” The workshop will be divided into two sessions. The first session – Thinking and Acting Like an Entrepreneur – will introduce students to Babson’s definition of entrepreneurship and its Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® (ET&A™) methodology. Students will work in teams to practice design thinking by generating solutions for a challenge related to a United Nations Global Goal. At the end of the session, students will present their problems and proposed solutions and receive real-time feedback on their ideas. In the second session – Prototyping Challenge – the students will be led through a rapid prototyping exercise where they bring their ideas to life in physical form. Students will learn about the advantages of taking action and receiving real-time feedback. In this hands-on activity, students will learn how they can make their ideas tangible using simple resources, such as paper, cardboard, scissors, markers and tape to communicate their ideas. Residents who are interested in this free opportunity must register in advance by visiting cityofeverett.com/ events/youth-entrepreneurship-workshop. The program is limited to 45 participants. For more information, please call 617-394-2270 to be connected to the Youth Development and Enrichment Department or email John.Russolillo@ci.everett.ma.us.

Page 20 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 ANNOUNCEMENT ~ Everett Public Libraries Calendar of Events ~ June 10–15, 2024 Parlin Adult and Teens Pin Your Pride On! Parlin REVERE AMERICAN LEGION POST #61 Is reopening soon! We are happy to announce that we have begun taking reservations for our function hall at 249 Broadway, Revere for events after May 20, 2024 For information, please call 781-284-9511 Leave your name and telephone number. For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net Fireplace Room, Tuesday, June 11 at 3 p.m. Share your Pride this month by making a pride pin! From pronouns to pride fl ags, choose one of our premade button templates or create your own. All are welcome to participate! Yarn Club: Parlin Fireplace Room, Tuesday, June 11 at 7 p.m. Come chit-chat and stitch! Bring your crocheting, knitting or any other yarn craft and sit and socialize with other members of the crafting community. Recommended for ages 14-109! Resume Writing: Parlin Adult Department; book a one-on-one resume assistance appointment at the Parlin Library and let a librarian help you craft a resume tailored to your strengths and aspirations. Sign up for a 30-minute session; TuesCITY OF EVERETT - LEGAL NOTICE - ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 484 BROADWAY, ROOM 24 EVERETT, MASSACHUSETTS 02149 To Whom It May Concern: This notice is to inform you that a public hearing will be held on Monday May 20, 2024 at 6:00 PM, Everett City Hall, 3rd Floor George Keverian Hearing Room. All interested parties may attend and opinions will be heard regarding the following petition. Whereas a petition has been presented by: Property Address: Map/Parcel: Building Permit #: Property Owner: 30 Somerset Street Everett, MA 02149 M0-05-000167 B-24-224 Mr. Adam Foster 930 Somerset Street Everett, MA 02149 PROPOSAL: To construct a 26’-4” by 10’ two (2) story rear addition to the existing single-family residence. Reason for Denial: The proposed rear addition is to an existing non-conforming structure as it does not have the required side yard total set back of 16 feet the plot plan only indicates a total side yard of 11.6’. and the proposed addition will come with a total side yard of 10.11’ side yard and to within 15.3’ of the rear yard where 25 feet is required. Section 3 General requirements line C Existing non-conforming structure or uses may be extended or altered, provided that such extension, alteration or change of use shall be permitted only upon the grant of a Special Permit by the zoning board of appeals after a public hearing and a finding by the board that such extension, alteration or change of use shall not be substantially more detrimental to the neighborhood than the existing non-conforming use or structure. Section 4 Dwelling Districts b) Dimensional Requirements Line 6 (a) Four (4) feet minimum with a total of sixteen (16) feet. Section 4 Dwelling Districts b) Dimensional Requirements Line 7 (a) Twenty-five (25) feet minimum, except for open decks and porches which may encroach into the required rear yard providing that in no case shall the rear yard be less than fifteen (15) feet measured to any part of the porch or deck. MARY GERACE - Chairman ROBERTA SUPPA - Clerk of Board of Appeals June 7, 14, 2024 days at the Parlin by appointment only. Computer Basics 101: Parlin Adult Department. Tech Newbie? No Problem! Learn to power up, click around, type like a pro, explore the digital world and even send your fi rst email. Sign up for a 30-minute session; Tuesdays at the Parlin by appointment only. Connolly Center Book Group: Connolly Center Meeting Room, Thursday, June 13 at 12 p.m. In Stephanie Dray’s “Madam Secretary,” Frances Perkins is destined to rise in a political world dominated by men, facing down the Great Depression as FDR’s most trusted lieutenant – even as she struggles to balance the demands of a public career with marriage and motherhood. See Kathleen for copies on her twice monthly visits, or call the Parlin (617-3942300) or Shute (617-394-2308) libraries. Drop-in Tech Help: Parlin Fireplace Room, Thursday, June 13 from 3-4 p.m. Want to learn how to use your tablet, phone or laptop? Bring your tech to the library for help from one of our librarians! Origami Club: Parlin Fireplace Room, Saturday, June 15 at 12 p.m. Come and practice the ancient art of paper folding. All ages and skill levels are welcome! Parlin Children’s Butterfly Exhibit: Stop by the Children’s Room this month to observe our Butterfl y Life Cycle Display behind the circulation desk. Observe our caterpillars’ metamorphosis as they form their chrysalises and hatch into butterfl ies right in our own children’s room. Release date to be determined. Lego Club: Parlin Children’s Room, Monday, June 10 from 3-5 p.m. Come to the Children’s Room after school on Mondays for some free Lego building fun. Open to all ages; children under six years old must be accompanied by an adult. No registration required. Storytime and Sing-along with Karen: Parlin Children’s Room, Wednesday, June 12 at 11 a.m. Join us for a fun-fi lled morning of singing and storytelling with Karen! Suggested ages: newborn to six. Drama Class: Parlin Children’s Room, Wednesday, June 12 at 3 p.m. Do you have a drama queen or king at home? Drama Class in the Parlin Children’s Department is the perfect opportunity for your child to put those acting skills to use with our drama coach! Suggested ages: six to 14. Story Time Adventures with Mrs. McAuliffe: Parlin Children’s Room, Thursday, June 13 and Friday, June 14 at 11 a.m. Join Mrs. McAuliff e for our enchanting Story Time! You will be whisked away on magical adventures through the pages of your favorite books. Bring a friend or make a new one in our circle of friends. Crafternoon: Parlin Craft Room, Thursday, June 13 at 3 p.m. Join us for a fun Father’s Day craft project and story time and let your imagination run free! Suggested ages: four to eight. Fluency Fun Fridays! Parlin EVENTS | SEE PAGE 21

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 21 EVENTS| FROM PAGE 21 Children’s Room, Friday, June 14, at 3 p.m. Level up your fluency game! Join Mrs. McAuliff e for an afternoon of fun board games like Scrabble and Bananagrams, word searches and crossword puzzles. Suggested ages: fi ve to 12. Shute Adult and Teens Resume Writing: Shute Adult Department. Book a one-on-one resume assistance appointment at the Shute Library and let a librarian help you craft a resume tailored to your strengths and aspirations. Sign up for a 30-minute session at the Shute Library; Fridays by appointment only. Computer Basics 101: Shute Adult Department. Tech Newbie? No Problem! Learn to power up, click around, type like a pro, explore the digital world and even send your fi rst email. Book your Friday adventure with technology today! By appointment only on Fridays; please call the Shute Library to register for an appointment. Daniel F. Ruvido, Sr. O f Everett. Entered into eternal rest in the Lawrence General Hospital after a brief illness. He was 73 years old. Born in Everett, Daniel graduated from the Everett High School, Class of 1970. He worked as a letter carrier for the United States Postal Service and retired after many years of service. Dan was the son of the late Anthony and Mabel (Moore) Ruvido; the beloved husband of Paula A. (Desiderio) for over 53 years; the dear and devoted father of Daniel F. Ruvido, Jr. and his wife, Deidra of Andover and Tracy Torres of Derry, NH; brother of Anthony Ruvido of Seabrook, Mary LoConte of Quincy and the late Paul Ruvido and Louie Ruvido; loving grandfather of Isabella Torres, Jonathan Ruvido, Ethan Ruvido, Skylar Ruvido and the late Chace Ruvido; and former father-in-law of Sammy Torres. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend Dan’s visitation on Friday, June 7, 2024 beginning at 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. in the Calvary Christian Church, 47 Grove St., Lynnfi eld, MA with a funeral service to follow at 11 a.m. Burial will OBITUARIES follow at the Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. Contributions in Dan’s memory to the abovenamed church would be sincerely appreciated. Arrangements by the Cafasso & Sons Funeral Home. Elena Fosco O f E v - erett . Passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on June 3, 2024. Beloved wife of Levino Fosco. Loving mother of Antonio and his wife Antonietta Fosco & Maria and her husband Giuseppe Di Sipio. Cherished grandmother of Elena, Orsola and her husband Francensco, Lucia, Vincenzo and his wife Ashley and the late Concetta. Great-grandmother of Emiliano, Sebastian, Julianna and Joseph. Funeral was from Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Home, Everett on Friday, June 7 at 10:00 am. A Funeral Mass will be held in St. Anthony Church 38 Oakes Street in Everett at 11:30 am. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Visiting hours were held at the funeral home on Thursday. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. Joseph J. Wilichoski, Jr. O f Ev - erett . Passed away on M a y 29th, 2024, at 69 years old. Born in Everett, he was the beloved son of the late Joseph J and Alice M. (Foley) Wilichoski. Father of Matthew and Joseph Wilichoski. Brother of Alice Jones of Swampscott, Patricia Catucci and her husband John of Malden, Mari Puopolo of Everett, and the late Daniel Wilichoski. Former husband of Joanne (Bordinaro) Wilichoski. He is also survived by several dear nieces and nephews. Joe was a retired electrician and an all-around talented handyman. He enjoyed gardening, landscaping, and was an avid hockey fan. He also loved camping at Dolly Copp Campground in the White Mountains and was an animal enthusiast. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend a visitation at the JF Ward Funeral Home, 772 Broadway, Everett, on Friday, June 7th from 9:30 am to 11:00 am, followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Joseph’s Church, 770 Salem St., Malden at 11:30 am. In lieu of fl owers, donations may be made in Joe’s memory to the ASPCA @ www.aspca.org

Page 22 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 City of Everett to Host Juneteenth Celebration Event All are welcome to unite in celebration of Juneteenth with music, food and activities for all ages E VERETT, MA – Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce the City of Everett, in collaboration with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), will host the Juneteenth Celebration event on Wednesday, June 19, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., at Glendale Park (50 Elm Street). All are welcome to unite in celebration of Juneteenth with music, food and activities to partake in. The event will feature live performances by Talib Kweli, Skyzoo, Landon Worsdwell, Rayell, and The Woo Factor to create an unforgettable day of music and unity. Juneteenth, which is a national holiday recognized on June 19 in the United States, celebrates when in 1865 Union Army General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas to tell enslaved African Americans they are now free. This was one of the last places in the United States to free slaves after the Emancipation Proclamation was issued by President Abraham Lincoln on January 1, 1863. The City will be joining in celebrations across the country by hosting this free event for the community to come together and participate in. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information, please visit cityofeverett.com/ events/juneteenth-2024. Say nr Sa a y Senior Seni by Jim Miller Long-Term Care Benefi ts for Veterans and Surviving Spouses Dear Savvy Senior, I understand that the Veterans Administration has a benefit that can help veterans and spouses with longterm care costs. We recently had to move my elderly father into an assisted living memory care facility, and my mother will probably need care too in the near future. What can you tell me? Searching for Aid Dear Searching, The Veterans Administration (VA) does indeed have an underutilized benefi t that can help wartime veterans and their surviving spouses pay for a variety of long-term care costs. This benefit, called “Aid CITY OF EVERETT and Attendance,” is a special pension that’s paid on top of existing VA pensions for eligible veterans and surviving spouses. In 2024, it pays a maximum of $2,727 a month to married veterans; $2,300 a month to single veterans; or $1,478 a month to a surviving spouse. The money is tax free, and can be used to pay for assisted living, memory care, nursing home or inhome care services. Currently, around 156,000 PUBLIC HEARING FOR PETITION FROM MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC COMPANY D/B/A NATIONAL GRID OF NORTH ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS & VERIZON, NEW ENGLAND To all parties interested in the public hearing. Be it hereby ordered: Massachusetts Electric Company d/b/a National Grid of North Andover, Massachusetts and Verizon New England requests permission to locate poles, wires, fixtures, including the necessary sustaining and protecting fixtures, along and across the following public way or ways hereinafter named. The following are the streets and highways referred to: No. # 30867733 - Beacham Street - National Grid to install 1 JO Pole on Beacham Street beginning at a point approximately 120 feet northeast of the centerline of the intersection of Beacham Street and Behen Street and continuing approximately 2 feet in a northernly direction. National Grid to install Pole #3021-50 to accommodate and provide the permanent underground service at 212 Beacham Street. Wherefore it prays that after due notice and hearing as provided by law, it be granted a location for and permission to erect and maintain poles and wires, together with such sustaining and protecting fixtures as it may find necessary, said poles to be erected substantially in accordance with the plan filed herewith marked: Beacham Street - Everett - Massachusetts Hearing to be held with the Everett City Council, held on Monday at 7:00PM, on the 24th of June, 2024 at the Everett City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, Everett City Hall. June 07, 2024 For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net veterans and survivors are receiving the Aid and Attendance benefi t, but many thousands more are eligible who either don’t know about it or don’t think they qualify. Eligibility Requirements To qualify, your dad must have served at least 90 days of active military service with at least one day of service during a period of war, and not have been discharged dishonorably. Single surviving spouses of wartime vets are eligible if their marriage ended due to death. In addition, your dad will also have to meet certain thresholds for medical and fi nancial need to be eligible. To qualify medically he must be either disabled, or over the age of 65 and need help performing basic everyday living tasks such as eating, bathing, dressing or going to the bathroom. Being blind or in a nursing home due to disability or receiving Social Security Disability or SSI also qualifi es him. Single surviving spouses have no age restrictions, but they must require help with basic everyday living tasks to be eligible. To qualify fi nancially your parents “net worth,” which includes assets and annual income combined, must be below $155,356 in 2024. To calculate this, add up your parent’s assets, which includes their personal property (like investments, real estate, etc.) excluding their primary home and vehicles. And tally up their income over the past year (including Social Security, pensions, interest income from investments, annuities, etc.), minus any out-of-pocket medical expenses, prescription drugs, insurance premiums and long-term care costs over that same period of time. The VA also has a threeyear lookback to determine if your parents transferred any assets to ensure they would qualify for benefi ts. If so, they may be subject to a penalty period of up to 5 years. How to Apply To apply for Aid and Attendance, you’ll need to fi ll out VA Form 21-2680 and mail it to the Pension Management Center (PMC) for your dad’s state. You’ll need to have your dad’s doctor fi ll out the examination information section. Or you can also apply in person at a VA regional offi ce near your parents. For more information or to download application forms see VA.gov/pension/aid-attendance-housebound. You can also call the VA at 800– 827–1000 if you have questions. If you need some help, you can appoint a Veteran Service Offi cer (VSO), a VA-accredited attorney or claims agent to represent your dad. See VA.gov/ogc/apps/accreditation/index.asp to locate someone. If your dad is eligible, it can take months for his application to be processed, so be patient. You should also know that if your dad’s Aid and Attendance application is approved, the VA will send a lump sum retroactive payment covering the time from the day you fi led the application until the day it was approved. Then your dad receives monthly payments going forward. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book. nior ior

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 23 ~ Legal Notice ~ COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Massachusetts Anti-Lapse Statute W hen it comes to a well-drafted Last Will and Testament, the drafter should always specify whether a legacy will lapse if the beneficiary does not survive the testator, and whether there is an alternate beneficiary in default. It is also a very good idea to have contingent beneficiaries on your IRA, 401(k), life insurance policy, annuity policies, etc. Under Massachusetts General Laws (MGL) Chapter 190B, Section 2-603, commonly known as the “anti-lapse” statute, if a legacy is to a grandparent or a lineal decedent of a grandparent of the testator, and that beneficiary predeceases the testator, the issue (i.e. children or grandchildren) of the deceased beneficiary will take the legacy. If they are all of the same degree of kinship, then they will all take equally. If they are not all of the same degree of kinship, those of the more remote degree take by right of representation. Lineal descendants of a grandparent include adopted children. If a beneficiary is “not” related by blood or adoption to the testator, and there is no alternate taker in default, the legacy will “lapse” and fall into the residue of the estate. Wellman v. Carter, 286 Mass. 237, 255 (1934). Under MGL Chapter 190B, Section 2-604(b), if a residuary gift to a residuary beneficiary fails, then such share will pass to the other residuary beneficiaries proportionally. As is usually the case with statutory presumptions, the statutory presumptions found in the anti-lapse statute are designed to approximate what the legislature believes the testator’s intent most likely would have been if the testator had specifically addressed the subject. It is better practice in drafting a Will to specify, for each gift, whether the gift is to pass to the beneficiary’s issue if the beneficiary does not survive the testator, or whether the gift is to be only “if he or she survives me”. Issue would include children and grandchildren. For example, “I give the sum of $100,000 to Davie Crocket, if he survives me”. If Davie does not survive the testator, the $100,000 legacy will lapse. The testator could also include the following provision: “I give the sum of $100,000 to Davie Crocket, if he survives me. If Davie Crocket is not living at the time of my death, I give the sum of $100,000 to his children who survive me, the issue of any deceased child to take their parent’s share by right of representation”. If Davie does not survive the testator, and has one son living at the time of his death, his son will receive the $100,000 legacy. If both Davie Crocket and his son are not living at the time of the testator’s death, but Davie’s grandson is living, his grandson will receive the $100,000 legacy. In this instance the gift will not lapse and fall into the residuary estate. The residuary estate is that part of the testator’s estate that is not specifically bequeathed or devised to an individual or entity or that part of the testator’s estate that includes bequests or devises to individuals or entities that have “lapsed”. Right of representation (or “per stirpes” as the two phrases are used interchangeably) means that each “branch” of your descendants will share equally. For example, if you die having had three children, with one child having 2 children, one child having 3 children and the third child having 4 children, but one child had predeceased you, your estate will still be divided equally among 3 “branches” or “stalks”. If the child who predeceased you was the one with 4 children, his 4 children will share equally in 1/3 of the estate. Joseph D. Cataldo is an estate planning/elder law attorney, Certified Public Accountant, Certified Financial Planner, AICPA Personal Financial Specialist and holds a masters degree in taxation. SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER M.G.L.c.183A:6 By virtue of Judgment and Order of the Malden District Court (Docket No. 2350CV000554), in favor of TRUSTEES OF THE CENTRAL COURT ASSOCIATION, INC. against MAJID SHEIKN establishing a lien pursuant to M.G.L.c.183A:6 on the real estate known as UNIT #1-18, of the CENTRAL COURT CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC. for the purposes of satisfying such lien, the real estate is scheduled for Public Auction at 11:00 a.m. O’CLOCK ON THE 12th DAY OF JULY, A.D. 2024, AT UNIT 1-18, 12 WOODLAND STREET, EVERETT, MASSACHUSETTS. The premises to be sold are more particularly described as follows: The following premises in Central Court Condominium, Middlesex County, in Everett, created by Master Deed dated July 6, 1987, recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds in Book 18305, Page 49, as amended of record, being Unit Number 1-18in Building 1, Phase IV, together with an undivided .979% interest appertaining to said Unit in the common areas and facilities of said Condominium, and subject to and with the benefit of the provisions of said Master Deed hereabove referred to. The Post Office address of the Property is: 12 Woodland Street, Unit 1-18, Everett, MA 02149. For Grantor’s title see deed to Majid Shaikn dated January 17, 2012 and recorded with the Middlesex County South District Registry of Deeds in Book 58308, Page 171. In the event of a typographical error or omission contained in this publication, the description of the premises contained in said Unit Deed shall control. TERMS OF SALE: 1. A non-refundable deposit payable in cash, certified or bank check in the amount of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars for the unit shall be payable at the Auction. 2. The balance of the purchase price is to be paid within thirty (30) days of the auction. 3. An Auctioneer’s Release Deed will be issued to the purchaser, upon payment of the balance of the purchase price, within thirty (30) days of auction. The Deed shall convey the premises subject to, and with the benefit of, all restrictions, easements, improvements, outstanding tax titles, municipal or other public taxes, assessments, liens, or claims in the nature of liens, and existing encumbrances of record senior to the lien, whether or not reference to such restrictions, easements, improvements, outstanding tax titles, municipal or other public taxes, assessments, liens or claims in the nature of liens or encumbrances is made in the deed. 4. Additionally, and not by way of limitation, the sale shall be subject to and with the benefit of any and all tenants, tenancies, and occupants, if any. 5. No representation is or shall be made as to any amount of taxes due and outstanding. 6. The successful bidder shall pay the future condominium common charges commencing with the date of the auction. 7. No representation is or shall be made as to any other mortgages, liens, or encumbrances of record. 8. No representation is or shall be made as to the condition of the Premises or the Condominium. The Premises shall be sold “as is”. 9. Other items, if any, shall be announced at the sale. 10. The sale is subject to and in accordance with the Judgment and Order, a copy of which may be obtained from the seller’s counsel, Attorney Pamela M. Jonah, Marcus, Errico, Emmer & Brooks, PC, 45 Braintree Hill Office Park, Suite 107, Braintree, MA 02184, (781) 843-5000. CENTRAL COURT CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., For the Trustees, By its Attorneys MARCUS, ERRICO, EMMER & BROOKS, PC __________________________________ Pamela M. Jonah, Esq. BBO#567289 45 Braintree Hill Office Park, Suite 107 Braintree, MA 02184 (781) 843-5000 June 14, 21, 28, 2024

Page 24 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 PLAN | FROM PAGE 1 term,” said Van Campen. “I see things missing from the plan, like a Middle School,” Councillor-at-Large Stephanie Smith said. “I understand this is just a plan and not an appropriation, but I can’t vote for this.” The total CIP budget is $53,033,741, of which $48,506,424 is slated to be borrowed; $5,553,217 is from grants; $904,100 is from the Capital Improvement Stabilization Fund and $70,000 is from the Operating Budget. The $48,506,424 is comprised of: • $17,159 000 for parks and open space, including $3 million for improvements in Everett Square and $2,900,000 for the boathouse; • $16,258,924 for public buildings and facilities, including $5,6325,00 for improvements to the armory on Chelsea Street; $3,500,000 for improvements at the Parlin School to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and $1,000,000 for a roof for the Lafayette School; • $12,090,000 for roadways and infrastructure, including $3,000,000 for street and sidewalk repairs and $2,150,000 for the drainage system in the Commercial Triangle off Revere Beach Parkway/Route 16; • $2,998,000 for vehicles and equipment, including $950,000 for a new fi re engine and $350,000 for a new stage at the Parlin School. ~ Help Wanted ~ GROUNDSKEEPER/CUSTODIAN Everett Housing Authority seeks qualified applicants with a minimum of two years of custodian and groundskeeping experience for this full-time position. The wage rate for this position is $31.96/hr., with an excellent benefits package. Applicants must have a valid Massachusetts driver’s license and access to reliable transportation. The selected candidate must pass a physical and criminal records check. Resumes with cover letters may be submitted to Stephen Kergo Executive Director, Everett Housing Authority, 393 Ferry St., Everett, MA 02149 or SKergo.eha@comcast.net. Position is open until filled. EHA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. CITY OF EVERETT Grant money includes $1,875,000, also for improvements at the armory, and $1,335,000 for a boardwalk. The Capital Stabilization Fund will fund $$300,000 for vehicles for the police patrol and parking divisions and administrative vehicles; $82,800 for police tasers; $50,000 for a Council on Aging van and $50,000 for a digital sign at the High School. Among other things, the Operating Budget will fund portable police radios. Chief Financial Officer Eric Demas told the Councillors that the totals were so large because “the Mayor is trying to be transparent and show everything department heads are requesting. In years past he put forward CIPs based on what he planned to spend, but he wants to share everything he sees with the Council to make sure it’s aware of all projects the City is facing. It’s not likely he’ll put forth all the projects this year, but wanted to make sure the Council is aware of what he sees.” Demas added that the Mayor also hopes “to solicit feedback from the City Council as to what they may be interested in and projects that don’t get any traction, knowing that some projects require special meetings.” As for what might be funded, Demas said the funding for some projects might aff ect others, but items funded through the Capital Improvement Stabilization Fund will probably be prioritized. “As projects get closer to approval, the Mayor will send them forward to the Council,” he predicted. He also noted that the Council sometimes gets on board with projects it may not prioritize when aid becomes available. Noting the high total slated for borrowing, Van Campen asked, “Is there a rule-of-thumb as to how much of the budget should be debt, say 5%?” “5% is the standard rule, but you have to look at the overall budget and what fi xed costs are,” Demas answered. In comments in the last month, the Mayor’s Chief of Staff , Erin Deveney, has said increases in fi xed costs are a major factor in formulating the City’s budgets. - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 865-4000 Docket No. MI24P3017EA Estate of: MARY C. WHALEN Date of Death: 07/07/2020 CITATION ON PETITION FOR FORMAL ADJUDICATION To all interested persons: A Petition for Late and Limited Formal Testacy and/or Appointment has been filed by Michael J. Whalen of Marlborough, MA requesting that the Court enter a formal Decree and Order and for such other relief as requested in the Petition. The Petitioner requests that: Michael J. PUBLIC HEARING FOR PETITION FROM MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC COMPANY D/B/A NATIONAL GRID OF NORTH ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS To all parties interested in the public hearing. Be it hereby ordered: Massachusetts Electric Company d/b/a National Grid of North Andover, Massachusetts requests permission to construct a line of underground electric conduits, including the necessary sustaining and protecting fixtures, under and across the public way or ways hereinafter named. The following are the streets and highways referred to: No. # 30867733 - Beacham Street - National Grid to install beginning at a point approximately 200 feet northeast of the centerline of the intersection of Beacham Street and Behen Street and continuing approximately 10 feet in a northerly direction. National Grid to install approximately 10’ of 2-4” conduit from existing Pole #3022-0 to private property to provide a permanent underground service at 212 Beacham Street Wherefore it prays that after due notice and hearing as provided by law, it be granted permission to excavate the public highways and to run and maintain underground electric conduits, together with such sustaining and protecting fixtures as it may find necessary for the transmission of electricity, said underground conduits to be located substantially in accordance with the plan filed herewith marked: Beacham Street - Everett - Massachusetts. Hearing to be held with the Everett City Council, held on Monday at 7:00PM, on the 24th of June, 2024 at the Everett City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, Everett City Hall. June 07, 2024 Whalen of Marlborough, MA be appointed as Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve Without Surety on the bond in unsupervised administration IMPORTANT NOTICE You have the right to obtain a copy of the Petition from the Petitioner or at the Court. You have a right to object to this proceeding. To do so, you or your attorney must file a written appearance and objection at this Court before: 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 07/01/2024. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance and objection if you object to this proceeding. If you fail to file a timely written appearance and objection followed by an affidavit of objections within thirty (30) days of the return day, action may be taken without further notice to you. UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION UNDER THE MASSACHUSETTS UNIFORM PROBATE CODE (MUPC) A Personal Representative appointed under the MUPC in an unsupervised administration is not required to file an inventory or annual accounts with the Court. Persons interested in the estate are entitled to notice regarding the administration directly from the Personal Representative and may petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including the distribution of assets and expenses of administration. WITNESS, Terri L. Klug Cafazzo, First Justice of this Court. Date: June 03, 2024 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO REGISTER OF PROBATE June 07, 2024 For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 25 REAL ESTATE TRANSAC TIONS Copyrighted material previously published in Banker & Tradesman/The Commercial Record, a weekly trade newspaper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher, The Warren Group. For a searchable database of real estate transactions and property information visit: www.thewarrengroup.com. BUYER1 BUYER2 Casselli, Dominec 1. June 7 is National Donut Day; Brooklyn’s Manila Social Club’s Golden Cristal Ube Donut is the priciest donut (reportedly $1,200 a dozen); what is ube? 2. How are Toody and Muldoon similar? 3. Which has more gold: Fort Knox or the Federal Reserve Bank of NYC? 4. On June 8, 2002, who defeated her sister at the French Open tennis tournament? 5. Who created the world’s rarest vinyl record, which only has one copy: Wu-Tang Clan, The Who or Elvis? 6. What culture originated dirty rice? 7. On June 9, 1973, what American racehorse won the Belmont Stakes (and the Triple Crown)? 8. In “Moby-Dick,” what was Captain Ahab’s right leg ANSWERS * Crack Repairing * Pot Hole Filling * Striping Handicapped Spaces * Free Estimates Tom’s Seal Coating Call Gary: 978-210-4012 CORLEONE CONTRACTING & MASONRY COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL Concrete Flat Work New Fencing New Decks Block Masonry New Foundations Repointing 857-340-8852 Quality Professional Work GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK. Insured & Bonded. made of? 9. What system of measuring precious metals’ weight has a name like an ancient city? 10. On what animal would you fi nd a howdah? 11. On June, 10, 1692, what fi rst “witch” was hanged after being pronounced of guilty of “Detestable Arts called Witchcraft and Sorceries”? 12. What type of verse is also the name of an Irish city? 13. What sports player was nicknamed The Stilt and The Big Dipper? 14. What colorful bird is the state bird of seven states? 15. On June 11, 1979, what wellknown actor – known as “The Duke” – who appeared in “Brown of Harvard” and fi rst starred in “The Big Trail,” died? 16. What in a bottle is ullage? 17. June Cleaver was a character on what TV sitcom? 18. On June 12, 1939, the Baseball Hall of Fame opened in Cooperstown in what state? 19. Who have been the two divorced U.S. presidents? 20. On June 13, 1774, which of the Thirteen Colonies (founded by Roger Williams) became the fi rst to ban importing slaves? SELLER1 Russo, Anthony P SELLER2 ADDRESS 43 Waverly St Everett CITY DATE 05.16.24 PRICE 774000 Your Hometown News Delivered! EVERETT ADVOCATE MALDEN ADVOCATE REVERE ADVOCATE SAUGUS ADVOCATE One year subscription to The Advocate of your choice: $175 per paper in-town per year or $225 per paper out-of-town per year. Name_________________________________________ Address_______________________________________ City_______________ State_______ Zip ____________ CC# _______________________________ Exp. _____ Sec. code____ Advocate (City):___________________ Clip & Mail Coupon with Credit Card, Check or Money Order to: Advocate Newspapers Inc. PO Box 490407, Everett, MA 02149 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER FACEBOOK.COM/ADVOCATE.NEWS.MA 1. Purple yam 2. They are police officers in the TV series “Car 54, Where Are You?” 3. The bank 4. Serena Williams 5. Wu-Tang Clan (“Once Upon a Time in Shaolin”) 6. Cajun (Louisiana) 7. Secretariat 8. Whalebone 9. Troy 10. An elephant (to sit on) 11. Bridget Bishop 12. Limerick 13. Wilt Chamberlain 14. Cardinal 15. John Wayne 16. The amount it is not full (like between a cork and wine) 17. “Leave It To Beaver” 18. New York 19. Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan 20. Rhode Island LOCALLY OWNED

Page 26 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Clean-Outs! We take and dispose from cellars, attics, garages, yards, etc. Call Robert at: 781-844-0472 ~ Help Wanted ~ Electronics Technician Full time / part time electronics technician position working for a family owned and operated company. Repairing and maintaining amusement machines, jukeboxes, etc. Work consists of shop time and work in the field. Possible overtime available on weekends. Experience in the amusement / gaming industry a plus, but not required. Send resume to jmagee@actionjacksonusa.com or call 1-800-356-6112 if you have any questions. Licensed & Insured Free Estimates Carpentry * Kitchen & Bath * Roofs * Painting Decks * Siding * Carrijohomeimprovement.com Call 781-710-8918 * Saugus, MA General Contractor * Interior & Exterior American Exterior and Window Corporation Contact us for all of your home improvement projects and necessities. Call Jeff or Bob Toll Free: 1-888-744-1756 617-699-1782 / www.americanexteriorma.com Windows, Siding, Roofing, Carpentry & More! All estimates, consultations or inspections completed by MA licensed supervisors. *Over 50 years experience. *Better Business Bureau Membership. Insured and Registered Complete Financing Available. No Money Down. Frank Berardino MA License 31811 • 24 - Hour Service • Emergency Repairs BERARDINO Plumbing & Heating Residential & Commercial Service Gas Fitting • Drain Service 617.699.9383 Senior Citizen Discount ADVOCATE Call now! 617-387-2200 ADVERTISE ON THE WEB AT WWW.ADVOCATENEWS.NET We follow Social Distancing Guidelines! CLASSIFIEDS

THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Page 27 MANGO REALTY INC. Let's make your real estate journey a success—schedule an appointment with me today! r real estate journey a succes LOOKING TO BUY OR SELL YOUR HOME? Finding Your Dream Home: Meet Sue Palomba, Your Trusted Real Estate Expert CONTACT US FOR A COMPARATIVE MARKET ANALYSIS OF YOUR PROPERTY TODAY With an impressive 29 years of experience in the real estate industry, Sue Palomba brings unparalleled expertise and dedication to every client she serves. As a seasoned professional, Sue is passionate about helping families and individuals find their dream homes or perfect investment properties. Her personalized approach, coupled with a deep understanding of the market, ensures that each client receives tailored solutions and guidance every step of the way. Known for her integrity, warmth, and commitment to excellence, Sue Palomba is the go-to choice for anyone looking to make their real estate journey a success. Schedule an appointment with Sue today and let her expertise guide you towards your real estate goals. Contact Us; 781-558-1091 infowithmango@gmail.com www.mangorealtyteam.com Mango Realty - Sue Palomba Reading, MA Gloucester, MA This home offers the main bedroom on the first floor with a full bath. 2 electric meters. This property is ideally situated in a prime location, close to Market Basket for all your grocery needs, and close distance to the commuter rail, making your daily commute effortless. Enjoy the convenience of nearby shopping centers and major highways, providing quick and easy access to the airport, as well as a seamless drive to downtown Boston. The perfect blend of suburban tranquility and urban accessibility. Call Sue at 617-877-4553 or email at soldwithsue@gmail.com. W Wt t H F Y We Want to Hear From You Saugus, MA Here’s your chance to own not one, but two beautiful pieces of land in the sought-after area of Saugus. This unique package offers endless possibilities for creating your dream estate or investment project. Nestled in the tranquil beauty of Saugus, each parcel comes with its own address and a combined price of $995,000. Don’t miss out on this incredible value! Call Sue at 617-877-4553 or email at soldwithsue@gmail.com. Welcome to your new beautiful home! This gorgeous year-round rental apartment has all the amenities you will ever need. Adorned with gleaming hardwood floors, elegant high ceilings and bathed in natural light. This well-maintained space exudes warmth and comfort. With convenient washer dryer hookups included, keeping up with laundry has never been easier. To maintain our standards, we require a credit score of 680 or higher along with references. Enjoy a pet-free and smoke-free environment, fostering a clean and tranquil atmosphere for all. Call Rosa at 781-820-0096 or email at soldwithrosa@gmail.com. Peabody, MA Discover the charm of this delightful 2bedroom haven, featuring gleaming hardwood floors and abundant natural light throughout. This pet-free, smokefree retreat offers convenient washer/dryer hookups and requires a 680+ credit score with references. Call or text Rosa Rescigno at 781-820-0096 or soldwithrosa@gmail.com. Saugus, MA What's your dream home feature? Is it a cozy fireplace for those chilly nights? A spacious kitchen perfect for your inner chef? Or maybe a stunning backyard oasis for summer barbecues? Visit us on Facebook at Mango Realty - Sue Palomba and let’s get the converstaion started on our comment section. You can also send us a text or call us at 781-558-1091 or send us an e-mail a infowithmango@gmail.com. Let's start a conversation and get inspired by each other's dream home visions. Plus, who knows? We might just have the perfect property that matches your wishlist! Incredible opportunity for investors and developers. This long standing confirmed pre-existing licensed commercial fishing pier / residential property abuts the Saugus Waterfront Mixed Use Overlay District (WMOD). The current owner is now petitioning the Town of Saugus to have this prime waterfront location entered into the WMOD. The current use of the property includes boat storage and residential use with a permitted accessory dwelling unit. Rockport, MA Nestled in the heart of Rockport’s Cultural District, this quintessential seaside New England home offers a blend of historic charm and modern convenience. This 3 family residence boasts 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, making it an ideal retreat for multigenerational families, a lucrative investment as a short-term rental property with a proven track record, condominium conversion opportunity or an owner occupied residence with 2 income producing units. Revere, MA Immaculate 1-bedroom apartment with ocean view in a well maintained building, $2,250.00 monthly rent includes heat, h.w., a/c, in unit laundry, and 1 off-street parking spot. Pet friendly (small pet). Close to MBTA. Monthly rent $2,250.00 - call Peter 781-820-5690. Providing Real Estate Services for 17 Years Servicing Saugus, Melrose, Wakefield, Malden, all North Shore communities, Boston and beyond. Joe Duggan, Broker/Owner Ronnie Puzon, Broker/Owner Lisa Smallwood Lori Johnson Dragana Vrankic For a free home market analysis, contact us today. Tenzing Rapgyal 781.231.9800 Joe Scibelli Justin Dedominicis TRINITY REAL ESTATE | 321 MAIN STREET| SAUGUS, MA| VILLAGE PARK TrinityHomesRE.com Pat Torcivia Lucia Ponte Michelle Luong Dale Brousseau Annemarie Torcivia Michael Foulds Diane Horrigan Buy. Sell. Join.


1 Publizr


  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10
  11. 11
  12. 12
  13. 13
  14. 14
  15. 15
  16. 16
  17. 17
  18. 18
  19. 19
  20. 20
  21. 21
  22. 22
  23. 23
  24. 24
  25. 25
  26. 26
  27. 27
  28. 28

You need flash player to view this online publication