Maldden alld a A Vol. 30, No. 6 den AD -FREEHappy Valentine's Day to all our Readers! AD OCATV CAT www.advocatenews.net 'THE MALDEN METEOR' Louise Mae Stokes Fraser, Malden's own and the First Black Woman Olympian is remembered Honored by the Malden community, but outside racist views may have denied her a chance to compete, twice Published Every Friday 617-387-2200 By Steve Freker C WORLD RECORD SETTER: Malden's Louise May Stokes at age 18, shown holding the winning James Michael Curley Mayor's Cup after tying a World Record for women in the standing broad jump. (Courtesy Photo) METEOR' | SEE PAGE 10 hris Webb had lots of information to share Tuesday night and the members of the Malden City Council were all ears when it came to a detailed update on where this community stands on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. Tales coming out of the novel coronavirus vaccine front VACCINE | SEE PAGE 9 Chris Webb BoH Director Four Malden High students selected for full, four-year collegiate scholarships Posse Foundation and Questbridge awards nearly $1.2 million in college costs to MHS students By Steve Freker I n a time of sweeping uncertainty over just about every facet of everyday life, four Malden High School seniors received some of the best news they've ever received in their young lives. Thanks to a pair of national educationally-based philanthropic enterprises, the four local Class of 2021 seniors are the beneficiaries of full, four-year college scholarships, covering all costs of tuition, room and board. Three Malden High seniors, Ana Dorner, Elaine Du and Tales Carneiro Passos, were selected for the full-cost, four-year scholarships by the Posse Foundation. Another program, Questbridge, a national non -profit SCHOLARSHIPS | SEE PAGE 9 Trang Tranh Ngo Tales Carneiro Passos Elaine Du Ana Dorner ATE Friday, February 12, 2021 Malden Board Health Director kicks off COVID-19 vaccine information call center City Council gets update: Residents may call 781-661-8500 to request vaccination appointments, ask any questions

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