Maldden alld a Vol. 32, No. 11 den AADD -FREEBy Steve Freker T he news was announced Tuesday night in the very seat of municipal government, where she ran proceedings with precision, ethics and civic pride for over three decades. It took the air out of the room and the tears fl owed freely thereafter. Karen Anderson, 68, died on Tuesday, March 14, at her home in Malden, after a brief illness. Recognized as a true icon in Malden city government, both during her tenure and to this day, she served as City Clerk and chair of the Board of Registrar of Voters for 33 years – from 1984 until her retirement in 2017 – the longest serving keeper of those posts in municipal history. Malden City Council President Barbara Murphy, her voice breaking, made the announcement immediately after a pair of presentations by city departHappy St. Patrick's Day to all our readers and advertisers! CTE OCAT AT www.advocatenews.net Published Every Friday City mourns passing of a Malden icon, Karen Anderson, at 68 Former City Clerk and Board of Registrar of Voters chair served 33 years, longest in municipal history 617-387-2200 T he January 25 cyberattack on the City of Malden’s municipal digital information systems hit closer to home than may have been thought. Very close to home. Malden’s Information TechKaren Anderson passed away on March 14 at 68. She was the retired, 33-year Malden City Clerk from 1984-2017. (Courtesy Photo) ment heads in the middle of the regular Tuesday City Council meeting. A recess was called by the Ward 5 Councillor immediately after the news was made public. One of the most veteran City Councillors in this term, CounPASSING | SEE PAGE 8 Malden Democratic City Committee Host Spring Awards Breakfast nology Director Anthony Rodrigues, who oversaw a 24-hour a day, “full court press” in response to their breach, told the Malden City Council on Tuesday night that his own wife’s personal Social Security number was compromised, along with a small number of other city personnel. Malden Councillor-at-Large Karen Colón Hayes also revealed that she, too, was a victim of the cyber-breach. Rodrigues assured the Councillors that all those whose personal information was compromised in the attack were getting extensive follow-up safety assistance and that no reports of any malfeasance with any type of fraud to the Malden municipal employees had been reported to date. “It’s an ongoing investigation and we are very much on top of it,” Rodrigues said. E Friday, March 17, 2023 Some private information of city personnel was compromised, but safety steps were taken post-incident By Steve Freker Malden IT Director Anthony Rodrigues provided the City Council with details on the January cyberattack of digital systems. The major fear in the aftermath of the cyberattack was a potential “ransomware” operation, whereby an outside cyberattacker would freeze or encrypt city digital records or other information and either force a literal ransom payoff to cyber criminals, or either keep encrypted or destroy the records/information. “Unfortunately, it happens every day, all over the world. We were lucky we identified SAFETY | SEE PAGE 4 MHS’ Junior Varieties 2023 Lights Up the Stage Alex Rodriques sang “A Thousand Years” at the recent Junior Varieties 2023 at the Jenkins Auditorium. See page 16 for story and photo highlights. (Advocate Photos/Henry Huang) $3.48 GALLON We accept: MasterCard * Visa * & Discover Price Subject to Change without notice WELL DESERVED: State Representative Paul Donato was recognized by Democratic Whip/ Congresswoman Katherine Clark for 50 years of service to his constituents of Malden and Medford during the recent Malden Democratic City Committee breakfast. See page 15 for photo highlights. (Advocate photo by Tara Vocino) 100 Gal. Min. 24 Hr. Service 781-286-2602

Page 2 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Malden Reads Book Discussion with Mayor T he Malden Public Library and Malden Reads invite you to join Mayor Gary Christenson to discuss this year’s book selection, “They Called Us Enemy” by George Takei. The discussion will take place on Thursday, March 23, from 7-8 p.m. in the beautiful art galleries at the Malden Public Library. Light refreshments will be served. “They Called Us Enemy” is the memoir of “Star Trek” actor/author/activist George Takei, detailing his childhood when his family was deported to a Japanese-American internment camp, first in Santa Ana, Calif., and then moved to various camps throughout the West. Takei pivots between showing through his child’s eyes the emotionally staggering is how Takei’s father maintained his faith in the democratic system while the larger government failed him. “They Called Us Enemy” is Gary Christenson Mayor years in internment with expressing his later, more adult understanding of how deeply his parents suff ered during and after their imprisonment. Just as the fi rst graphic novel that Malden Reads has selected in its 13 years, and the use of the graphic novel is particularly effective for this story. Drawn in a straightforward style (and entirely kid-friendly), the pictures convey the sorrow and frustration of the characters honestly and directly. The picture of a sobbing parent or an enraged protester gets to the heart of Takei’s story, and Takei’s family consistently conveys pride and dignity despite the unfairness of their treatment. Malden Reads is a community reading organization run by residents in collaboration with the Malden Public Library and Urban Media Arts. Each season, we invite the city of Malden, Mass., to read a selected book and participate in a program of events, projects and community initiatives centered around the themes of the book. We look forward to having you join Mayor Christenson and the Malden community to discuss this book and share your thoughts about this important phase of American history. Copies of both the physical book and downloadable versions are available at the Malden Public Library and copies may be purchased at The Gallery@57. www.eight10barandgrille.com OPEN DAILY FOR DINNER AT 4 PM. CATCH THE CELTICS, BRUINS & NCAA SPORTS ON OUR 6 LARGE SCREEN TV'S! om Housing Families Inc.’s YSEP registration is open Dear Community, Registration is open for the Spring 2023 session of our Youth Service & Engagement Program (YSEP)! YSEP is a free, educational and volunteer program for students in grades 7-12. The program runs for nine WE'RE OPEN! 8 Norwood Street, Everett (617) 387-9810 4.50 9 Month CD Savings make dreams possible. NO MATTER WHAT YOU ARE SAVING FOR, THIS RATE IS HARD TO IGNORE. Here’s your chance to run the numbers in your favor. Everett Bank’s 9 Month CD with an amazing 4.50% APY* gets you closer to those financial goals much faster. Easily calculate better earnings with Everett Bank’s 9 Month CD. Go to everettbank. com to easily open your account on-line in just minutes. Open your account on-line in minutes! YSEP Co-Director Katie Byers ect, where they learn tangible ways to make a difference in their community and build skills they can use in their careers and future social justice and service work. Students will also learn from *Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as of the date posted and is subject to change without notice. APY assumes that interest remains on deposit until maturity. A withdrawal will reduce earnings. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. Offer may be withdrawn at any time. Minimum of $500 is required to open a Certificate of Deposit and earn the advertised APY. Housing Families leaders in housing and health advocacy, as well as special guests, and discuss what they learned. This is a great opportunity for students looking to complete volunteer service hours, or for any youth looking to give back. Learn more! With gratitude, The YSEP Team Join this team of impactful young leaders making positive impact in their community. We can't wait to meet you! For more info, access https:// hfiysep.weebly.com/?mc_cid=208cf9549e&mc_eid=5d55242d5c %APY* weeks on Zoom, every Sunday beginning on March 26. Students in the program complete a volunteer service projYSEP Founder and Co-Director Allison Wu and brother Alex Wu

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Page 3 Mayor to receive ‘Connect for Community Impact Award’ on March 30 its residents. The award is presented annually by Eastern Bank as part of the SCI’s Connect & Inspire Series. It will be presented to Mayor Christenson at a lunchtime event at noon, followed by a panel discussion, on Thursday, March 30, at District Hall in Boston’s Seaport District. Eastern Bank CEO Bob Rivers, working in partnership with CSI, nominated Malden to receive this community award as part of its 2023 series. “Since becoming Mayor in 2012, Gary Christenson has established Malden as a vibrant Gateway City, with a lively downtown, eff ective cross-sector collaboration and inclusive economic development,” said Rivers. “Mayor Christenson is a true social capitalist, always seeking out opportunities to connect with the increasingly diverse community.” The Award presentation will be followed by a panel discussion including Mayor Christenson. More information about SCI and the event may be found on the SCI website (https://socialcapitalinc.org/). SCI Community Impact Panel & Award he City of Malden is excited to announce that Mayor Gary Christenson will be receiving the 2023 Social Capital, Inc. (SCI) “Connect for Community Impact Award” on behalf of the Malden community. Nonprofi t SCI’s mission is to strengthen communities by connecting diverse inT dividuals and organizations through civic engagement initiatives. SCI has historically held an annual Social Capitalist Luncheon at which individuals who are making a diff erence are recognized. Since 2016, SCI has recognized one gateway city with the “Connect for Community Impact” award sponsored by SCI Corporate Sponsor Eastern Bank. This award recognizes a community in which diverse individuals have come together for the common good with inspiring results – eff ectively collaborating across sectors to create a vibrant and healthy community for all Get Updated COVID-19 Booster or Vaccination – and $75 gift card – in Malden in March B OSTON – Family-friendly COVID-19 vaccination clinics off ering a $75 gift card incentive are scheduled in Malden in March, providing a free, convenient and accessible way for adults and children to stay up to date on COVID vaccinations. As part of a special promotion, all Massachusetts residents ages 6 months and older who get vaccinated (fi rst dose, second dose, or booster) at participating Get Boosted clinics in March will receive a $75 gift card, while supplies last. The Malden YMCA, 99 Dartmouth St., will hold clinics offering the gift card every Saturday in March, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. Staying up to date on vaccines, including boosters, is the most eff ective way to preCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Advocate Call now! 617-387-2200 advertise on the web at www.advocatenews.net vent serious illness, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19. While vaccine protection goes down over time, boosters keep you protected. Boosters also help keep you safe from serious COVID-19 even if you’ve already had it. No ID or health insurance is required. To fi nd additional clinics that are off ering the $75 gift cards, go to mass.gov/GetBoosted. The gift card offer is only available at clinics on the Get Boosted webpage, while supplies last. If you have questions or need help fi nding a clinic, you can call 211 (or 877-211-6277). DRIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT! Cold Hard Cash for Your Vehicle! RIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT $$ CASH FOR YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR SUV! $$ GET YOUR VEHICLE SPRING READY! Our Spring Service includes: • Complete Safety Check • AC Check • Engine Light Check • Suspension Check with Oil Change Special Only $79.95 2012 SMART CAR CABRIOLET Convertible, Excellent Condition, Deluxe Package, Heated Seats, Most Power Options, Clean Title, Only 81K Miles! TRADES WELCOME! $9,900 Easy Financing Available! (Most vehicles. Restrictions apply) 2013 KIA SOUL Loaded with Power Options, Sun Roof, Heated Seats, Remote Starter, Clean Title, Only 86K Miles! TRADES WELCOME! $8,995 (781) 321-8841 • (617) 571-9869 1236 EasternAve • Malden EddiesAutotech.com Vehicle! We Pay Cash For Your AUTOTECH

Page 4 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Sláinte! Santé! Salute! Salud! Saúde! Skål! Şerefe! Good Health to All! A s you know, Saint Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, which is the start of spring in my book. Coming from an Irish family, Saint Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. Not only do I enjoy the free-fl owing revelry, but it is also a chance to reconnect with an integral part of my Irish culture and upbringing. There is nothing quite like marching in a parade to the entrancing sound of bagpipes. In fact, my very fi rst memory after being elected to the City Council was marching up Main Street behind the bagpipe corps for Veterans and Armistice Day. It was at that moment that I fully comprehended the importance of celebrating multiculturalism. Particularly in a diverse community like Malden! Irish culture holds an important place in American society. It represents both a story of repression and that of the underdog success story in American politics. 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The cyberattack shut down nearly all of the city’s Informational Technology (IT) systems for a period of time on January 25, including internet access and municipal telephones, in addition to other IT programs city employees use to perform necessary tasks on a daily basis. While the City of Malden’s telephone system and email communication availability were restored quickly, municipal employees still had limited access to some city IT internal systems. An incident response team comprised of City of Malden police assets assigned to the FBI and their counterparts in the State Police and Secret Service cyber-crime units collected digital forensic data and assess scope of any potential data breach. More information on Director Rodrigues’ presentation will appear in next week’s Advocate. Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley is shown with his late father, Bobby O’Malley, and mother, Frances O’Malley. closures stating that “Irish need not apply.” This story of repression is not unique to the Irish. Generations of immigrants to America have faced and continue to face the same discrimination. Embracing diff erent cultures brings many benefi ts to American society as a whole. Here in Malden, residents have an ever-expanding option for high quality cuisines from all across the globe. We are truly so lucky to live in a multicultural community. Are you hungry for Irish pub food? Head on down to Hugh O’Neill’s for some Guinness beef stew or fi sh and chips. Would you rather Thai food? Take a short walk over to Crying Thaiger on Ferry Street. Caribbean food? Pop on over to the Island right next door. I could go on and on about the options. My advice is to come on down to Malden Center, walk around and explore! Now, for those of you who knew my dad – Bobby O’Malley – from his times hanging at the Irish American or the Italian American Citizens Club (Yes, he was allowed to join as a non-voting member because he was married to my Sicilian Mom), you know he loved food. My Dad enjoyed all kinds of food and loved that he married into a big Italian family because the wine and food never ran out. I am so thankful to my Mom and Dad for bringing me up in a family that embraced and celebrated diff erent people and cultures. It is said that embracing diff erent cultures can lead to greater empathy and respect for others. When we are exposed to diff erent cultures, we are forced to confront our own biases and assumptions. By learning about and appreciating other cultures, we can develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for the humanity and dignity of all people. I wholeheartedly agree with this sentiment! So, on this Saint Patrick’s Day, I ask that you spend some time with your family, friends and neighbors and raise a glass to those who have come before and those who have yet to arrive! And may your home always be too small to hold all your friends! Sláinte! Ryan O’Malley City Councillor Ward Four Sen. Lewis announces Virtual Office Hours for March S tate Senator Jason Lewis will be holding Virtual Offi ce Hours on Monday, March 20, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Any constituent of Senator Lewis is welcome to attend Offi ce Hours, with no appointment necessary, to discuss any personal issue or legislative feedback with the Senator and his staff . Virtual Offi ce Hours are held on Zoom. Each constituent meets privately with the Senator during the Zoom session. To join the meeting, please use the following link or enter the meeting information: https://us06web.zoom. us/j/83854164671?pwd=eWZWQWU0VkZjcE9XSXl5Rk1BRVd5Zz09 Meeting ID: 838 5416 4671. Passcode: 234270. 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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Page 5 ~ Letter to the Editor ~ A Birthday Surprise with Mr. Picardi J ohn Picardi was born in Malden on Orchard Street – yes, in the actual house on Orchard Street! We learned that and so much more on Saturday, when a group of residents gave an early birthday surprise to John with a ‘traveling’ party. John and his wife Sue were expecting a neighbor, but they got a community instead! Debbie DeMaria, who was traveling and could not be there, made sure a few of us would help to celebrate an amazing 98 years of life! (His actual birthday is March 28th). Candidate for Mayor Lissette Alvarado, Brian DeLacey, Lynn Wang DeLacey, Bill and Tracy Muise and myself surprised them by showing Everett, MA 617-202-8259 * We work with most Fuel Assistance programs “We’re accepting new customers, no experience necessary” “Aceptamos Nuevos clientes no se necesita experiencia.” ~ Hablamos Española ~ 50 Gallon Minimum (Surcharge Applys) Councillor-at-Large Karen Colón Hayes, Sue and John Picard, and Lissette Alvarado. Major Credit Cards Accepted Scan our QR Code Great Print & Online Advertising Rates! Call 617-387-2200 for more info! WE CAN HELP PAY YOUR HEATING BILLS! You may qualify for ABCD’s Fuel Assistance Program and be eligible for as much as $2,200 towards your heating costs (oil, gas, or electric). Pictured from left to right: Lynn Wang DeLacey, Candidate for Mayor Lissette Alvarado, Birthday Boy John Picardi, Councillor-atLarge Karen Colón Hayes, Tracey and Bill Muise and Susan Picardi. up with cake and party favors. However, it was not the cake that brought John joy. It was the company and we were treated to some great conversation. Mr. Picardi considers Malden his forever home, even though he left Malden High School to enter the military along with his brothers and many friends. There is so much more to this story, but ‘you had to be there’ to understand! He told us many stories that day. He is a veteran of the D-Day landings at Normandy and served in other military theaters around the Globe during World War II. Even at 98, his memory is solid and the accounts he gave about his travels and war stories were better than anything you could read about in a history book. Speaking of books, he authored Profile For Love “A story of reality so shocking that it’s unimaginably true” – I believe this lead as he told us some stories that were horrifying, but we saw that it was important for him to tell us and that we listened. His first wife passed away from cancer, but he found love again and asked his new wife, Sue, if she would move back to the home he loved in Malden. She told me “of course I said yes, that is what he wanted” and she loves it here too! John is still active in local politics and asked us many questions at the same time he was showing us war memorabilia – his energy is amazing. Mr. Picardi has attended and spoke at a recent Planning Board Meeting and Maplewood Square Committee Meetings regarding the expansion of MVRCS fighting to keep Maplewood Square the homey place he remembers. This is probably why he is known to his friends as “Mr. Maplewood” – a wonderful resident who cares deeply about the City of Malden. I am looking forward to our next visit and if you see Mr. John Picardi around Malden make sure to say Happy Birthday, he deserves the whole month! Karen Colón Hayes Councillor At Large City of Malden Maximum benefit is $2,200 Household of 1 = $42,411 Household of 2 = $55,461 Household of 3 = $68,511 Household of 4 = $81,561 Cold days are coming. ABCD’s got you covered. APPLY TODAY! Last day to apply is April 30, 2023 Residents of Boston, Brookline, and Newton: 178 Tremont Street, Boston, MA — 617.357.6012 Residents of Malden, Medford, Everett, Melrose, Stoneham, Winchester and Woburn: 18 Dartmouth Street, Malden, MA — 781.322.6284

Page 6 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 ~ Malden Musings ~ State of the City Musings By Peter F. Levine t is said in Malden (State of the City) Musings... • Innovative, clever and wicked good were just some of the accolades being thrown around after the Malden State of the City Address debuted. Mayor Gary Christenson’s informative and witty parody of Saturday Night Live – “Malden Night Live” – lit up the interweb with MHS I ninth-grader Henry Lam stealing the show. • The 63-minute livestream event (watch it, you’ll like it!) had many highs with G Man having a ball poking fun at himself. His attempt to banish winter – “Can’t win ’em all” – was balanced with more mayoral statements, such as “Our strength as a community shows in everything we do.” Well played, Mayor Gary. • “Mayor Henry” Lam nailed his 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? Call Dennis at (857) 249-7882 for details. Law Offices of Terrence W. Kennedy 512 Broadway, Everett • Criminal Defense • Personal Injury • Medical Malpractice Tel: (617) 387-9809 Cell: (617) 308-8178 twkennedylaw@gmail.com role as Mayor Christenson. He rocked his mini-Mayor suit and delivered his lines impeccably. Well done, young man. • I was impressed with the 286 lead water service lines replaced and the 38 Malden streets repaved. That’s great progress. Malden on the move! • Nobody works harder than the mayor and his staff – notably Addiction Recovery Resource Specialist Paul (Bella’s dad) Hammersley – at addressing the scourge of substance abuse disorder. The Bridge Recovery Center, partnering with Malden Cares and Malden Overcoming Addiction, has seen a 30% decline in overdoses and a 50% decrease in overdose deaths in the past two years. Amazing stats! Staff ed by an amazing group of selfl ess people. • Made my day to hear that the gift that keeps on giving aka the ARPA Funds will once again scholarship gift graduating seniors in Malden another grand and be used to upgrade my (former) home away from home, the only park that really matters, Devir. • I was also impressed with Building Inspector Nelson Miller in Inspectional Services, who is just killing it over there at 215 Pleasant St. They’ve streamlined the permit ordering process, making it much more effi - cient and “easy peasy” to acquire a building permit. That’s good news! Thank you, Mr. Miller. • Citizens of Malden lost (through retirement) two local giants who worked for the city they loved and grew up in. 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Offered at $599,900 335 Central Street, Saugus, MA 01906 (781) 233-7300 View the interior of this home right on your smartphone. View all our listings at: CarpenitoRealEstate.com Henry Lam aka Mayor Gary Christenson and the Real McCoy, Mayor Gary Christenson them with Carol Ann Desiderio and Glenn Cronin (respectively) – two individuals more than qualifi ed to bring Malden forward. • So many great takeaways in this year’s address – way too many to recount. I make no bones with my admiration for most everything that this administration has accomplished. A staff that lives and breathes Malden, from the Mayor all the way down the line, these individuals care. Nobody mails it in, especially hizzoner. Skeptical? Next Malden social event you see the mayor attend – whether it be a high school game, a senior event, a 4th of July celebration – check out who the last man standing is. Correct – Mayor Christenson. When most of us are bailing for comfortable recliners, hizzoner burns the midnight oil making sure the lights are off and the last picture has been taken (that’s a joke, son). No pretending. His heart and soul immersed in the job he loves so. • After watching this video, good luck to whomever throws their hat into this year’s mayoral race. Uphill battle for sure – trying to communicate to (voting) Maldonians why change is necessary when change isn’t necessarily a better option. That ain’t an easy sell. Ask Joe Kennedy III. He challenged Ed Markey for his senate seat last time round and could not articulate very well to the voting public why they should elect him over Eddie – how electing him would make their lives better. Tough sell, indeed. Picked up pieces while reading the Malden Sun-Times from April 5, 1973... “MiniMaxMessage – Bargain Classifi ed Corner”: • “Greetings from Hawaii! Donna, I love you so much that I hope me, and you stay together forever. I plan on coming home in a while so me and you can be happy again. Your marine boyfriend – Dennis.” • “Cottage for rent in Falmouth – July & August – $110 per week – 387-4202. Families only.” • “1971 Super Beetle V.W. One owner. Like new. $1400 – call after 6:30, 665-4279.” • “Four large rooms in Malden. First fl oor, no utilities, convenient location, local. $140 a month. 322-2245.” • “Weekly Whist Parties by Oak Grove Improvement Association – Community Building. Oak Grove Square. Tuesdays at 8 p.m.” • “Dennis! Are you having fun in Hawaii? I’m being good. How about you? Love always, Donna.” • “To a nameless ‘Friend in Humanity,’ I sign my name, why don’t you? You bait but miss the point. Please reread my letter then let’s discuss with names, Toby.” • “Malden: 6 room apartment, newly decorated, 2nd floor, front porch, on bus line near Square. $185 heated. Call after 5 p.m. 289-1686.” More picked up pieces reading the rest of the paper... • John O’Brien’s Sports Musings: “I have revised my Red Sox lineup. I now have Harper – left fi eld batting fi rst, Aparicio – shortstop batting second, Yaz – fi rst base batting third, Cepeda – DH batting fourth, Smith – center fi eld batting fi fth, Petrocelli – third base batting sixth, Fisk catching batting seventh, Evans – right fi eld batting eighth, and Griffi n – second base batting ninth.” • In Steve Clooney’s “Sport Scope”: a discussion centered around high school hockey and Junior A hockey – “For example, wouldn’t a Matty Marden or a

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Page 7 George Hughes rather play an extended schedule, more professional rules, with a greater chance of getting into professional hockey, should that be their life calling.” My note: who remembers those two hockey studs? Matty went on to win a national championship with B.U. and to this day looks like he could still lace them up! • The Boston Arena will remain as the home base for GBL hockey operations in 1974. • Catcher Carl Byron will be lost to the MHS baseball team for the entire season, suff ering an appendicitis attack a couple of weeks before. • George Hughes is an offi cial ‘Face in the Crowd’ as he had that honor bestowed upon him by Sports Illustrated the week prior. • Fancy threads will be the order of the day on April 16, when the MHS Baseball squad debut their new double-knit uniforms. The uniforms are white with blue and gold-lined numbers. The caps are blue with gold visors. White cleats are being contemplated. • John O’Brien in his “Musings” column whomped numbers players upside the head: “As Robert Mitchum and Peter Boyle portray Eddie Coyle and his friends on fi lm the real Eddie Coyle’s of the world shoot it out in South Boston, supported by fi fty cents here and a dollar there contributed by people everywhere who play the number.” • This was a paid advertisement about 2" square placed on the front page: “Information wanted – did or did not one of our City Councilors escalate a parking violation of his automobile in the bus stop in front of Jordan Marsh into an arrest incident last Thursday, February 15th? The police don’t want to talk about it. Anybody having information on this matter should contact the Malden SunTimes at 321-4010.” • You could rent a Pinto at Econo-Car of Malden for $6 a day or 8 cents a mile. • According to Clark Drug at 200 Salem St., “Passover isn’t only matzo balls and a delicious assortment of over 30 varieties are available for sale.” As Peter Falk’s iconic TV character ‘Columbo’ would say, “Just one more thing, sir” – speaking of Senator Ed Markey, here’s a great story told by an old Y Rat, Richie Giannattasio: “Ed spent a great deal of time being fed by my parents at our Grace St house when he was in law school in the early 70’s. His girlfriend at the time lived in my parent’s house. One election day in the early 1990’s, after I had taken over the Grace St. home, Ed was walking up to the Glenwood School to work the polls. He had a small entourage and was wearing a suit, tie, and dress shoes. He saw me, along with my young sons, Richard, Michael, and David, playing hoop in the driveway. He walked in; called for the ball; and swished a 25-foot shot. He turned around, threw both hands in the air, and proceeded up the street. “A few years later, he did the exact same thing at a Y event. He was walking through the old gym, dressed in a suit, on his way to the pool area. He took a quick left onto the court; called for the ball; and hit a half-court shot. Then he proceeded to throw his hands up and immediately left. “As an aside, all 4 of my boys played HS basketball. Two of them were captains. Maybe Ed had an infl uence on them...because you know it wasn’t my Y ball background!” Postscript 1: Richie uses self-deprecating humor in his assessment of his hoop skills. Richie was as good as anybody at the old Y. Being a Y Rat, he knew where every dead spot in the gym was. Postscript 2: “Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you got til it’s gone?” Hard to believe it’s been 48 years this June that Richie’s little sister Andrea passed away. Rest in peace, sweet Andrea. Homeowners – Apply for the Residential Tax Exemption! M ayor Gary Christenson is reminding Malden homeowners to apply for their residential property tax exemption. The City of Malden residential tax exemption is a great tax benefi t for owner-occupied residential properties. Malden is one of only a handful of communities in Massachusetts that off ers its residents this benefi t – a 30% reduction in taxable value for those who qualify! The deadline for fi ling applications is Monday, April 3, 2023. To qualify for the exemption this fi scal year, you must have lived in your property since January of 2022. The tax exemption application can be found here: https://www.cityofmalden.org/DocumentCenter/ View/4143/Residential-Tax-Exemption-Form-128-5C. When applying, please also include two utility bills from January of 2022. Bills from the City of Malden do not qualify. Mackey & Brown Attorneys at Law * PERSONAL INJURY * REAL ESTATE * FAMILY LAW * GENERAL PRACTICE * PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY * CIVIL LITIGATION 14 Norwood St., Everett, MA 02149 Phone: (617) 387-4900 Fax: (617) 381-1755 WWW.MACKEYBROWNLAW.COM John Mackey, Esq. * Katherine M. Brown, Esq. Patricia Ridge, Esq.

Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 PASSING | FROM PAGE 1 cillor Murphy said that she and Anderson had been friends for about 50 years, dating back to the days the pair would pass out campaign flyers, both catching the political bug early in life. “She was a friend, a colleague, a mentor, an inspiration, a sounding board, a wonderful caring person and a true blue and gold Maldonian,” Murphy said. “Karen and I met when we were teenagers delivering political flyers. Our paths separated for decades, but when I became a Gerry D’Ambrosio Attorney-at-Law Is Your Estate in Order? Do you have an update Will, Health Care Proxy or Power of Attorney? If Not, Please Call for a Free Consultation. 14 Proctor Avenue, Revere (781) 284-5657 Former City Clerk Karen Anderson was there when Mayor Gary Christenson signed his first paper on his first day on the job in the top post in 2012. (Courtesy/City of Malden) she always knew what to do, when to do it and how to do it Our 50th Anniversary Dan - 1972 We Sell Cigars & Accessories! Chris 2023 * 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 R.Y.O. TOBACCO & TUBES ON SALE! NEW STORE HOURS: Mon. - Sat.: 9AM - 6PM Sunday & Holidays: 9AM - 5PM --------HUMIDORS ON SALE! STARTING AT $99. COMPLETE! --------ST. PATRICK’S DAY SPECIALS! Cigars with Green Labels, Buy 2, Get 1 Free! MARCH MADNESS CONTINUES!! Singles * Tins * Bundles * Boxes A.B.C. CIGAR 170 REVERE ST., REVERE (781) 289-4959 all with grace,” Mayor Christenson added. “She will be missed!” Anderson was born on Dec. 28, 1954, in Danbury, Conn., third of four children of the late Robert and Barbara (Kelley) Anderson. Upon her father’s death, her mother returned the family to her native Malden. She attended Browne Junior High and Malden High School and graduated from UMass Boston, magna cum laude, with a B.A. in economics. Anderson worked for several years as a legislative aide to former state Rep. John C. McNeil (D-Malden) and was appointed City Clerk of Malden by the City Council in 1984, taking over for the well-known Joe Croken, who had also served many years in the post. She was City Clerk and chair of the Board of Registrar of Voters until her retirement in 2017, serving alongside five Malden mayors and several dozen city councillors. She helped and mentored three of her successors in the City Clerk's Office. After her retirement, Anderson continued to serve her community professionally, working on a variety of city issues, including the municipal charter, traffic codes and ordinances, serving as municipal hearing officer and managing Freedom of Information Act requests. City Council President Murphy noted how Anderson continued to offer her depth of knowledge and expertise in city government, even after her retirement. “This is who she was, a person who gave of herself to help others and make sure the city she loved prospered,” Councillor Murphy said. “Her presence and guidance will be missed beyond words, but her legacy will live on in the heart of our city.” Anderson was an avid quilter and in recent years a birdwatcher, particularly in California’s Central Valley, where her husband, Jim Chiavelli, worked for the University of California. From their home in Merced, Calif., they explored the West Coast, with particular fondness for mid-century modern furniture, used bookstores, interesting gin and fresh seafood. In addition to her husband, Jim Chiavelli, to whom she had been married since 1990, she is survived by her daughters, Emily Anderson Chiavelli and Margaret Celestia Chiavelli; two sisters, Judith Randall of Lynnfield and Lillian Burbank of Maine; a nephew, Jay Sears, and three nieces, Rachael Anderson, Victoria Gordon and Alexis Burbank; her in-laws, James F. and Mary Chiavelli of Nashua, N.H.; and many cousins, great-nieces and great-nephews, along with her longtime “second family,” the Malloys/McInerneys. She was also the sister of the late Robert Anderson. A memorial service will be held at 6 p.m. on Friday, March 24, at Weir MacCuish Family Funeral Home (144 Salem St., Malden), with visiting hours from 3 to 6 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests to please consider a donation to the Malden Public Library (26 Salem St., Malden MA 02148) in Karen’s name to support the library archives. City Councillor, Karen was there to guide me through the freshman years.” “Malden has truly lost a legend when it comes to public service,” said Mayor Gary Christenson. “I worked with Karen as a member of the School Committee, City Council and as Mayor and the one thing that was consistent throughout was that when you needed an idea or an understanding of a complex issue, Karen was the one we called.” “Even after she retired, we were still going to her because

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Page 9 Malden’s 2nd Stage Productions to perform ‘WORKING: A Musical’ M alden’s 2nd Stage Productions will be performing “WORKING: A Musical” on Friday, March 25 and Saturday, March 26 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 27 at 4 p.m. at St. Paul’s Parish Hall (26 Washington St., Malden). Tickets are $20 and are available at the door or through Venmo (@SecondStage-Productions). For more info call 617-548-6304. ~ Malden Neighborhood Basketball League - Week 10 ~ ‘Welcome to The Madness’ Saturday, March 11, 2023 Game 1 – Bullets 2, Sixers 0 Bullets won; Sixers no showed. Game 2 – Celtics 57, Lakers 30 The Purple struggled badly in the second, only able to score one point, to the Celts 14, and we believe they just couldn’t recover from that defi cit. Best part was they didn’t quit – as always. On the other side, the Celtics high-powered offense of three was highlighted by 27 from “MVP candidate” O. Ruan, 16 from J. Pomare and an additional 15 from T. Melton. That covered all their scoring in the game. Sunday, March 12, 2023 Game 1 – Celtics 70, Kings 35 The Emerald went deep in this “Working: A Musical” game, “literally” – thanks to one player hitting 10 three-pointers in the game. The Celts’ T. Melton had a weekend high of 37, 30 via the Deep Ball, fi ve of them in the fourth quarter, which was the fi nal score result of 15. J. Pomare also helped with the Win by dropping 12 of his own. The Kings had disciplinary issues and played an awful third quarter but tried to hang tough throughout. It was the Defense that couldn’t stop the DagCaring for a person with dementia isn’t easy. We can help. For Malden families facing the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, we offer Life Guidance® memory care. This forwardthinking program is centered around a secure, thoughtfully designed neighborhood where specially trained staff provide highly personalized support. Now leasing private and shared apartments. SCHEDULE A TOUR TODAY 781.881.6924 SENIOR LIVING & MEMORY CARE MAPLEWOOD PLACE 295 Broadway | Malden, Massachusetts HolidayMaplewoodPlace.com ger three balls; that truly killed it for them. “MVP candidate” B. McMahon did have a nice game with 21, and Z. Pierre (10) rounded out the double-digit scoring. The Green go into the Playoff s as winners of seven straight and play these Kings again – this Weekend in Round 1. Game 2 – Lakers 2, Sixers 0 Not the best way to finish your season. But the Defending Champs became the first team Ever to forfeit eight times in one season, as well as their fi nal six of the year. #BetterDaysAhead This Weekend 2023 All-Stars Bullets: Clinton Mijar, Logan Guertin, Brendan Biscan, Logan Wright. Celtics: Timmy Melton, Oscar Ruan, Chris Malave, Jamal Pomare, Sam Antoine. Kings: Brandon McMahon, Zaden Pierre, Kirting Laurent. Lakers: Remy Laughton, Abdellah Mallah, Rocco Correale. Sixers: Anthony Martino, Nashon Melvin, Joao Geronimo. Hot Shot Contest Bullets: Connor Wright, Logan Wright. Celtics: Timmy Melton, Chris Malave. Kings: Kirting Laurent, Zaden Pierre. Lakers: Rocco Correale, Jeremiah Mann. Kings: Jose Juarbe, Joao Geronimo. Three-Point Contest Bullets: William Dubois, Skyler Son. Celtics: Oscar Ruan, Jamal Pomare. Kings: Brandon McMahon, Eric Tang. Lakers: Remy Laughton, Griffi n Leon. Sixers: Anthony Martino, Ben Messersmith. This Week’s Games & more Sat., March 18 Playoff s (one game elimination) 1:15 Hot Shot Contest 2:30 Bullets vs Lakers 3:45 Celtics vs Kings Sun., March 19 1:15 Coaches vs All Stars 2:30 3 Point Contest 3:45 Championship Game At the Ferryway School – corner of Ferry, Cross & Walnut Streets

Page 10 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Malden’s Municipal Language Access Provision Expands, Improves City's coordinator gives update to City Council; cites data obtained from new City Hall multilingual phone line By Steve Freker fi rst language is not English. On Tuesday night, the coorL ook at any list, poll or data set available, and the same answer is evident: Malden is one of the most diverse communities in Massachusetts. That designation was proven by the granddaddy of all data – the U.S. Census – which showed that for the fi rst time in its nearly 400-year history, Malden is offi cially a “minority-majority” city. Nearly half of Malden's now 66,000-plus (and growing) residents were born in a country other than the United States. That is why Mayor Gary Christenson and the Malden City Council teamed up to take the issue of language diversity and bring it to the forefront about one year ago. A tiered plan to tackle language diversity and make accessibility to municipal departments and resources one of the city’s highest priorities was put into place, using federal grant money. The Council approved a $350,000 expenditure in a multiyear approach to “bring City Hall to the people,” particularly its residents whose dinator hired to lead this push, Elena Martinez, gave the Councillors a positive update fi lled with progress on the plan they approved. Call ‘I Speak’ for language access The overlying message to Malden residents of any language, origin country or culture is now: Call this number – 617-865-2273. This program, called “I Speak,” connects any caller, speaking any language, to a City Hall-connected live interpreter who will fi rst ask the caller what help they need – in the language with which they are most comfortable speaking. The interpreter will then stay on the line with the caller, should the caller be speaking a language other than English, and connect them to the appropriate department in City Hall. The interpreter will also take the call to the Police, Fire and School Department if needed. Further, the interpreter from Rosetta Languages, a Malden-based translation company, will stay on the line and help plan a callback to the caller, to resolve the reason for the call. Martinez said this breakthrough language access line, which is not available in many communities in Massachusetts, has proven to be an extremely valuable asset to Malden residents. Data accumulation from language line is key It has also been valuable to the city in accumulating data from actual residents in need of services. The data can be used in a lot of ways, she explained, particularly in determining where people in need of language access live, which languages they need to be able to speak freely and how they need assistance. “The top three language access requests have been in Portuguese, Spanish and Arabic,” Martinez said, “and the top reasons they are calling is that they are looking for help with housing issues like rent or eviction. They also are asking how they can fi nd a job, due to some lanElena Martinez, Malden’s Language Access Coordinator, on Tuesday night delivered a detailed presentation to the Malden City Council after approximately one year of overseeing a new municipal initiative toward language access to services for Malden residents. (Advocate Photo) guage barrier issues.” This data matched the numbers apparent in the latest 2020 Census, which showed Malden’s Hispanic-Latino-South American population as the fastest-growing since the last Census, with the numbers of the Arabic population right behind them, percentagewise. “It is all about opening up lines of communication and expanding the outreach eff orts of every city department to service our residents, some of them who need help the most,” Martinez told the Councillors. “The multilingual line [at City Hall] receives many calls every day. Every call is handled, and the caller is directed where they want to go to ask about a city service or for help.” According to the city’s website, where the language access line is listed on the website (www.cityofmalden.org) under “Services,” it is defi ned: “The City Hall Language Access Line will connect all callers, via interpreter, to all municipal services and opportunities. It is a free service for the community to reach out to City Hall and ask questions about services, voting, to register complaints, etc.” Information on specifi c city Wards being put together Martinez said that in addition to compiling data that can be broken down to use in future decision-making about language access, she and her assistants are in the process of sifting the data to create folders for each of the city’s eight wards to further identify trends and provide information for the city councillors and city departments. “We intend on partnering with each one of the city councillors. When you are meeting with your ward you will have Call 617-865-2273 to reach “I Speak” – the Malden City Hall Language Access Line – and access all municipal departments in any language the caller designates with the free assistance of a live interpreter. better idea of which particular area and neighborhood has needs and what those needs are,” said Martinez, who also noted that the city is still hiring Language Ambassadors to assist in this process. “I can’t believe how much you’ve accomplished in one year,” said Councillor-at-Large Carey McDonald, who noted the success of the fi rst language-based Town Hall recently, this one centered on Mandarin and Cantonese-speaking Malden residents. McDonald also pointed to the eff orts of State Representative Steve Ultrino, who helped this city in securing language translating headsets the Councillors and others were able to use during that Town Hall. “This is laying the foundation for a broader goal of helping our residents who need language access engage in the civic life and decision-making in the city.” Ward 6 Councillor Stephen Winslow agreed with McDonald. “We have important issues like transportation and housing, among others that we make as a Council,” Winslow said. “We have to reach the broadest amount of the community we can. Meeting people where they are is critical.” “We are being called upon to shape our community. We always have to adapt to our residents,” Winslow added. ‘Helpful initiative to bridge communities’ “This is a really helpful initiative to bridge communities like ours,” Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley said. “There are lots of people who would like to participate and help with language access.” O’Malley referenced the Plain Language Act of 2010, which specifies that Massachusetts communities must write municipal forms and applications in a manner that is easier translatable. “All of the ‘whereases’ LANGUAGE | SEE PAGE 20

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Page 11 At Linden STEAM Academy, music makes the world sound better Malden Public Schools fi rst-year music educator ‘pays forward’ her passion to students in new Music Club By Steve Freker J udith Albert says she has had a passion for music and all that it off ers for as long as she can remember. A fi rst-year Music Educator at Malden’s Linden STEAM Academy, she is already passing along her zeal for the musical arts to her young students. Albert is ready, willing and able to “pay it forward” when it comes to instilling a love of music and sound to her Linden K-4 music students. She said she fi nds the Malden Public Schools a rich environment for teaching and learning. “These students are so enthusiastic about music, and I love working with them,” Albert said during an afterschool Music Club she was hosting at the school for students in grades Kindergarten to Grade 2. The Linden Music Club also includes students in Grades 3 and 4, and the two groups switch off every Monday afternoon, for an hour-long session after school. Fell in love with music as a young girl When Albert was a student herself in the greater Miami, Fla., region, she fell in love with music as a young girl, in both performing on musical instruments – the piano in particular – and singing. She both played the piano and sang in her church, growing up, as well as performing informally in other diff erent venues. The year before graduation, she got lucky, due to the kindness and ingenuity of a passionate music teacher she was fortunate to take classes with in her high school years. This was the same teacher who “basically gave me all of my piano lessons for free. My family could not have afforded the going rate for lessons, and we were so blessed to have been treated so generously by Mr. Davis.” Albert said the Everglades High School teacher’s largesse continued the summer before her senior year of high school. “My teacher loaded up a bunch of us who wanted to pursue music studies in college into a passenger van and we went on a tour of Florida colleges,” Albert recalled. “We checked out many great colleges and had one goal in mind – to try and get a scholarship. Myself and others were successful and my college career began.” Grateful for the assistance she received in college search “It would not have happened 425r Broadway, Saugus Located adjacent to Kohls Plaza Route 1 South in Saugus at the intersection of Walnut St. We are on MBTA Bus Route 429 781-231-1111 ‘BOOMWHACKER’ CREW: Manning the tubular percussion Boomwhackers are kindergarten class members of Linden STEAM Academy’s Music Club. (Steve Freker Photos/Malden Advocate) We are a Skating Rink with Bowling Alleys, Arcade and two TV’s where the ball games are always on! PUBLIC SKATING SCHEDULE 12-8 p.m. Sunday Monday Tuesday MUSICAL MAGIC: Linden STEAM Academy K-4 Music Educator Judith Albert (left) is shown with a student, Silas (right) during a Music Club session. The first-year Malden Public Schools teacher is “paying it forward” due the help and support she received on her journey as a student toward a career in music education. She is now pursuing s Doctorate in Musical Arts (DMA). (Steve Freker Photo/Malden Advocate) SHAKING A LEG: Silas shakes a leg at the Linden Music Club with Judith Albert. ty in West Palm Beach, Fla., on to Mercer University in Georgia and then, way up north for the fi rst time in her life, to one of the most well-known schools in the world, the Boston Conservatory of Music, where she obtained a master’s degree. After a few years teaching music at two Massachusetts charter schools – grades 5-8 Pioneer Charter and grades 1-8 at Sacred Heart STEM School – AlMUSIC | SEE PAGE 20 $9.00 Price includes Roller Skates Rollerblades/inline skates $3.00 additional cost Private Parties 7:30-11 p.m. $10.00 Price includes Roller Skates Adult Night 18+ Only Wednesday Thursday Friday Everyone must pay admission after 6 p.m. Private Parties Private Parties 4-11 p.m. Saturday 12-11 p.m. $9.00 $9.00 Everyone must pay admission after 6 p.m. Sorry No Checks - ATM on site Roller skate rentals included in all prices Inline Skate Rentals $3.00 additional BIRTHDAY & PRIVATE PARTIES AVAILABLE www.roller-world.com Read The Advocate online: www.advocatenews.net JUDITH ALBERT STEPPING UP: Singing along or showing a few impromptu dance steps, Linden Music Educator Judith Albert keeps the Music Club fl owing in her classroom. at all without that first scholarship,” said Albert, the daughter of immigrants to the United States and the fi rst of her immediate family to have attended college. Albert’s studies took her from Palm Beach Atlantic Universi

Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Humans of Malden Exhibition A photo-journalistic and fi lm project that reveals the daily lives and experiences of people from all across Malden Malden Teen Enrichment Center's ‘Positivity Pole’ Humans of Malden G allery opening: August 13, 2-4:00 p.m. On view: August 13 thru October 25 Curated and produced by: Taylor Lee, Madiha Gomaa, Gillian Hodgden, Max Zlochiver and Simin (Sylvia) Xu About the Exhibition: The location is Urban Media Arts (UMA) at 145 Pleasant St. in Malden. The purpose of this project is to display the variety in our individual experiences, and how through these diff erences we can find comfort and affinity with others we don’t know. We went out into the Malden community fi nding people in their simple, everyday moments and asked them to give us a glimpse into their lives. We collected 20 interviews, more than 50 photos, and fi ve videos and compiled them in both physical and digital form to create a timeless collection of these moments. This project would not have been possible without the help of Masio, Anne D’Urso-Rose, Keren He and the support of the UMA staff . Malden Public Library hosts networking program for people 50 years and older. Leave it to the students and staff at the Malden Teen Enrichment Center (MTEC) to come up with a ‘Positive’ (and environmentally sound) way to repurpose a timeworn fence in Malden Square that was demolished into an artistic creation that spreads and trumpets goodwill and, well, Positivity! “We thought it would be a good way to make a piece of artwork out of a discarded former fence and send a positive message at the same time,” said MTEC Director Carthy McMullin. So it happened, and the result is the MTEC “Positivity Pole” – just brimming with messaging that is soothing to the soul like “Care” “Peaceful” and “Be Kind.” The pole is located adjacent to the MTEC site, which is inside the Malden Senior Center at 7 Washington St. Shown in the smaller group shot, from left to right, are MTEC members Allison Yu ,Juliana Lin, Ben Rosa and Zhi Zhu. In the larger group, shown from left to right, are Ben Rosa, Juliana Lin, MTEC Leaders Sheena, Jacob and Jay, Zhi Zhu and Allison Yu. (Courtesy/MTEC) 50+ Job Seekers Networking Group info Sign up dates

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Page 13 MOA hosts annual ‘Stop the Stigma Day’ at Malden schools Special to The Advocate O n Wednesday, March 8, 2023, Malden Overcoming Addiction (MOA) held their annual Malden Stop the Stigma Day. A whirlwind tour of schools started at the Beebe at 8:15 a.m. and ended with a visit to Malden High School that concluded at 2:15 p.m. In between, members of the MOA Board of Directors visited every public school in Malden and also made presentations at the Cheverus School and Malden Catholic High School. MOA extends deep its appreciation and thanks to all of the students and staff who participated. The increased awareness and education in schools will help us as we continue the work. Prior to the day, the Malden High School Media program, under the guidance of teacher/advisor Jim Valente, created a video around stereotyping and stopping stigma that was shown in each of the schools before MOA staff arrived. Teen Advocates Sharing Knowledge (TASK) members from the Malden YWCA had their video shared with Malden Public Schools (MPS) employBeebe School Cheverus School MOA President/City of Malden Addiction Recovery Resource Specialist Paul Hammersley, MOA Vice President Dana Brown, MOA Board Member PJ Bell and MOA Board Secretary Linda Cochran at the Ferryway School. ees as well. Their “Faces of Recovery” project, which was led this summer by Chris Murphy and Paul Hammersley, focused on people in recovery and their stories and was highlighted at a recent Malden School Committee meeting. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ligia Noriega-Murphy accompanied MOA staff to each of the public schools and spoke about the resources available throughout Malden and within the MPS. When he addressed the students, MOA President/ City of Malden Addiction Recovery Resource Specialist Paul SCHOOLS | SEE PAGE 18

Page 14 Gary Christenson & The Citizens of Malden “Please Drive Safely!” Mayor ySaintPat ick’ y THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Steve Ultrino Paul J. Donato State Representative State Representative Councillor-At-Large Craig Spadafora Ci School Committee Ward 2 Rob McCarthy Councillor Ward 7 Chris Simonelli (617) 389-8100 (617) 389-1000 BUSINESS ACCOUNTS WELCOME Jason Lewis State Senator r Councillor Ward 4 Ryan O’Malley EVERETT TAXI & MALDEN TRANS LESTER, PEGGY & DAVID MOROVITZ 24 Hr. AIRPORT SERVICE PACKAGE DELIVERY sDay Hpp

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Page 15 Donato honored with Public Service Award; Bernard and Ortiz receive Democrat of the Year Award and Manning-Hall presented Joseph Lawless Outstanding Democrat Award during MDCC Breakfast By Tara Vocino A fter a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Spring Breakfast Awards Ceremony of the Malden Democratic City Committee (MDCC) returned on Saturday morning at the Irish American Club. The Committee raises money for Democratic candidates and causes. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Pictured from left to right: State Auditor Diana DiZoglio, Mayor Gary Christenson and a cutout of Governor Maura Healey and Lt. Gov. Kim Driscoll during Saturday’s Malden Democratic City Committee Spring Breakfast Awards Ceremony at the Irish American Club. Pictured from left to right: State Auditor Diana DiZoglio, Past MDCC Co-Chair Adam Weldai, Special Recognition Award Recipient Christine Fort, Democrat of the Year Award Recipient Ward 7 School Committee Member Keith Bernard, Democrat of the Year Award Recipient Zayda Ortiz, Democratic Whip/Congresswoman Katherine Clark, Joseph Lawless Outstanding Democrat Award recipient Kathleen Manning-Hall, 50 Years of Public Service Award Recipient Representative Paul Donato, Past MDCC Co-Chair Ryan O’Malley, Lt. Governor Kim Driscoll, Young Democrat Award Recipient Sabrina Trask and Young Democrat Award Recipient Marcela Castillo. State Representative Steve Ultrino recognized Ward 7 School Committee Member Keith Bernard as Democrat of the Year. MDCC Chair Ari Taylor presented Democratic Whip/Congresswoman Katherine Clark with a gift. Christine Fort (far left) awarded Marcela Castillo and Sabrina Trask (far right) the Young Democrat Award. Ward 5 School Committee Member Adam Weldai and Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley received awards for being past MDCC chairs from current chair Ari Taylor. Emcee Mark Linehan lightened the atmosphere with jokes throughout the ceremony. Mayor’s Office Administrative Officer Kathleen Manning-Hall received the Joseph Lawless Outstanding Democrat Award. She is pictured with Democratic Whip/Congresswoman Katherine Clark (right). State Auditor Diana DiZoglio said she has enjoyed working with State Representative Paul Donato, especially in her previous role as a State Representative. Zayda Ortiz received the Democrat of the Year Award. Democratic Whip/Congresswoman Katherine Clark gave opening remarks. State Representative Kate Lipper-Garabedian said she has been fighting for abortion rights, gun reform and parks and recreation access. Lt. Governor Kim Driscoll said she spent a lot of time with Malden Mayor Gary Christenson in her nearly 20 years as mayor of Salem. State Senator Jason Lewis joked that his remarks were almost as brief as the city’s winter parking ban, referencing a relatively mild winter. Malden High School ninth-grader Henry Fan, dressed identically as he posed as the mayor, and Mayor Gary Christenson (at left) congratulated all award recipients.

Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 SCARY GOOD! Malden High’s Junior Varieties 2023 show rocks the house ‘Nightmare on Salem Street’ delivers a night full of superb acts, including NEDLAM vs. ‘Freddy’ showdown By Steve Freker W ho knew it would take Malden High School’s one and only NEDLAM to do what – count ’em – nine feature films and one television series could not: Cancel Freddy Krueger. The winner (and still champion) MHS mascot’s knockout of the iconic slasher film icon, right there on the Jenkins Auditorium stage during the Class of 2023’s Junior Varieties show, was just one highlight of a night full of superb acts. This year’s show, with the theme title “Nightmare on Salem Street,” was a takeoff on the classic “...on Elm Street” franchise and did not disappoint, drawing rave reviews from many following the two performances, one each last Friday and Saturday evenings. From the spot-on “Freddy” role played in full Krueger-like costume by Malden High junior Rodrigo Oliveira to a delightfully diverse compilation of acts, ranging from individual vocal and instrumental expressions to several fantastic, authentic costumed dance ensembles, the show impressed from start to finish. There was even a four-piece rock band, “Betta Fish,” which performed a splendid cover of “R U Mine?” by the Arctic Monkeys, as well as a “boom-bastic” drum battle that actually had two full drum sets facing each other, snare-to-snare, and the two rival drummers hammering away at each other. The several dance ensembles and another showstopping performance by the heralded A.O. Step Team added so much to the night’s show. The show’s quartet “hosts,” playing the roles made famous way back Shaded Box somewhere near this story H The A.O. Step Team delighted with a spirited performance at Junior Varieties. ere are all the performers and crew who worked together so well to make the show a major success Act One —Kimberlee Smith (“Dandelions” by Ruth B) —The Orbits: Kiana Tse, Nashakyn Rubert, Elina Vo Hung, Zi, Josh Angulo, Christina Robinson and Sorin Mamouzette, (dancing to “Paint the Town” by Loona) —Matthew Pareliticci Castano performed “Doctor Gradus” by Debussy on piano —Habesha Dance Group: A duet by Angelina Feng (left) and Alyssa Littlejohn – the “Flower Duet.” in 1988, when the original “Nightmare on Elm Street” was in the theatres, were tremendous, including Sarah Boucher, Kauan Da Silva, Damien Josephat and Marianne Rivadeneira. Listed as a supporting host, Brian Vences nearly stole the show with his on-point, costumed impersonations of – among others – Coach Dan Jurkowski and Chris Mastrangelo, the Principal. In one hilarious sequence, Vences was shuffling across the stage apparently rushing away from the scary Freddy Kruger, when real, in-person Chris Mastrangelo walked out from behind the curtain and across the stage, slowing down to give Kimberlee Smith sang “Dandelions” by Ruth B. Meklit “Meki” Abel, Sammrawitt “Sammy” Mengesha, Addisu Tsige, Haset Tesfau, Micheal Robinson, Yaw Bodia-Achempong, Yeluel Mekonnen, Kisten Karanja (danced to “Benetselay” by David Nega) —Alyssa Littlejohn and Angelina Feng (two pianists performed “Flower Duet: Sous le dome epais (Act 1, No. 2) from Lakme/Leo Delibes — Michelle Dang (vocalist) and Ethan Chen (pianist) performed “Take Me to Church” by Hozier —Kayla Ortiz sang “I Run to You” by Whitney Houston —Nat & Alex (Natalie Tarantino and Alex Rodriques); Alex sang “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri while Natalie performed an interpretive dance *** Act Two —A.O. Step Team: KrishaHERE’S FREDDY! Freddy Krueger, played by Rodrigo Oliveira, in a “Nightmare on Salem Street” for Junior Varieties 2023. ny Marius, Clarah Ambroise, Erikah Macharia, Bertha Jean Louis, Victoria Gammon, Giselle Dessert, Tyler Edmond, Sarah Boucher, Lindsay, Bordenave, Saniah Charles, Taisha Balan, Olivia Ivy, Ashley Benfield, Rihanna Champagne, Soleil Mathurin, Christina Anasthal, Samara Perez, Samantha Bien-Aime, Taliyah Lauture, Laura Onyejiaka, Abigaelle Leconte, Jaziarra Antoine (performed with “Runnin’” by 21 Savage) —Sarah Machado sang NEDLAM VS. FREDDY! NEDLAM, the Malden High School mascot, saved the day at Junior Varieties 2023 at the Jenkins Auditorium when he won a battle and knocked out the villain Freddy Krueger, as the show’s hosts – Sarah Boucher, Marianne Rivadeneira, Damien Josephat and Kauan Da Silva – looked on in disbelief. NEDLAM was played by Brian Vences and Freddy by Rodrigo Oliveira. (Advocate Photos/Henry Huang) Sarah Machado sang “Japanese Denim” while accompanying herself on the ukelele. “Japanese Denim” by Daniel Caesar —Alyssa and Erica Littlejohn performed a Classical Piano Duet: “Sonata for Piano Four-Hands in D Major K.381 (Movement 1)” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart —Beetlejuice: James Song, Jason Song, Stephanie Wong and Michael Kenney Sanchez performed a skit and sang “Say my Name” from “Beetlejuice: The Musical” —Saia Hussain performed a Pakistani Dance — Finn Sedan and Joao Bererta, the Berkeley Boys, performed a drum-off battle —Angelina Feng performed an homage to the Chinese Opera “Devastation and Redemption” —Afro-Caribbean Dance Group: Erickah Macharia, Giselle Dessert, Victoria “Tori” Gammon, Taisha Balan, Saniah Charles, Soleil Mathurin, Olivia Ivy, Kennedy Clark and Sarah Boucher —Betta Fish rock ensemble: Jennifer Slawson (Vocals), Sean Retotal (Bass Guitar), Slade Harding (Lead Guitar) and Beverly Tong (Drums) performed “R U Mine?” by Arctic Monkeys **** Stage Crew, Lighting, Costumes and Script Writers Hosts: Sarah Boucher, Kauan Da Silva, Damien Josephat, Marianne Rivadeneira. Supporting Hosts: Rodrigo Oliveira, Brian Vences. Sound: Xander Hassan, Beatriz Santos, Nyema JeanJacques. Stage Lights: Kayla Morello. Spotlights: Tenyah Bazley, Christina Charles, Benjamin Perez, Racha Oumark, Ana Luiza Antunes. Stage Manager: Abigail Morrison. Francis Doza. Backstage Coordinator: Backstage: Daniel O’Toole, Marge Rosas, Jelani Tah. Set/Costume Design: Frankie Carvalho, Benjamin Perez, Marge Rosas. Script Writers: Tyler Edmond, Jackson Gordon, Ericah Macharia, Abigail Morrison, Beatriz Santos. *** CLASS of 2024 OFFICERS President: Meklit “Meki” Abel. Vice President: Makeila Scott. Secretary: Abdullah Khan. Treasurer: Larissa Retamero Granja. Social Media Coordinators: Shuyi Chen and Keira Lin. Junior Varieties Coordinators: Tyler Edmond and Ericah Macharia.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Page 17 Malden Recreation Youth Basketball Crowns 2023 Champions Thunder wins Al Locke Title, Villanova is Arthur Boyle League Champ By Steve Freker HOSTS WITH THE MOST: The excellent hosts for the 83rd Annual Junior Varieties show were Sarah Boucher, Kauan Da Silva, Damien Josaphat and Marianne Rivadeneira. a sideways, “Who on earth is that” look toward Vences as he passed him on stage. Vences also played the role of NEDLAM, in full lion suit costume, who emerged as the night’s biggest hero when he defeated “Freddy” in the brief bout, KO-ing Kruger with a potent one-two set of punches. Malden High’s Junior Varieties, which is one of the longest continuous high school-based variety shows of its kind in the nation, was the 83rd in a series which started in 1939. It is traditionally put on by the reigning Junior Class, this year by the Class of 2024. While it once featured only members of the Junior Class, a number of years ago a change was introduced whereby students of any of Malden High’s four classes were allowed to perform. Two shows were held over this past weekend, both evening times on Friday and Saturday at the historic Thornton Jenkins Auditorium, named after the first-ever MHS principal. Malden High’s present-day Principal Chris Mastrangelo spared no praise for this year’s show, his fifth while serving in the school’s top post due to one COVID-necessary postponement in his tenure. “It is simply amazing the levels of talent creativity possessed by our MHS students,” Principal Mastrangelo said. “The kids’ performances were outstanding, the execution of the show was flawless, the students in the audience were respectful and enthusiastic in their response and support of all the acts. It was pretty much a perfect night.” “It was one of the best Junior Varieties I have attended,” the MHS Principal, who has been at the school since the earlyto-mid 2000s, said. Mastrangelo praised the combined efforts of the Junior Class of 2024, its members and Class Advisors – Jess Webber, Shannon Votaw and Kristen Kirby – for such a fantastic T he two most popular youth basketball leagues in the city finished the season with gusto on Saturday with two well played, closely battled championship games. Malden Recreation this win“Beetlejuice: The Musical” inspired a song/skit rendition of “Say My Name” by Stephanie Wong (left) and James Song. Finn Sedan raised his drumsticks to hype up the crowd in his “drum battle” against Joao Bereta. production. In their message to all involved in the 2023 Junior Varieties, which included close to 150, including performers and behind-the-scenes crew, the three advisors wrote in a letter included in the evening’s printed program, “To the Class of 2024: It has been a pleasure working with you all over the past year. Nothing (we have undertaken together) is as big as Junior Varieties. “Countless hours have been put in by many, so thank you to all the students that have dedicated their time and talent to put on a successful show. We are so proud of you!” ter hosted leagues for over 200 players on 16 teams in grades 3-8 at the Sam Fishman Fieldhouse at the Salemwood K-8 School. Many more players, boys and girls, took part in weekly Saturday morning instructional basketball work, bringing the total to over 300 young basketball players in grades K-8, supervised by the Malden Rec staff of Coordinator Joe Levine, Assistant Coordinator Laura Perez and Site Coordinator Michael Boyd. A solid staff of volunteers, many from the Malden High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams, also helped make the seasons run smoothly. On Championship Saturday, in a close, 16-13 final, the Villanova team defeated St John’s for the Arthur P. Boyle League crown, in the league for boys and girls in Grades 4, 5 and 6. Villanova finished atop the regular season standings at 7-0 and then went 2-0 in the playoffs to finish unbeaten at 9-0 overall for the season. Villanova was coached by Kyriah Marcelin and Princeton Mathurin and included Mason Campos, Sully Connolly, Zyir Delva-Allen, Jahdia Fletcher, Andrew Mark, Michael Menard, Kyle Morano, Gabirelle Nettey, Mia Nguyen, Ramon Ostalaza, Jacob Peng, Mariana Rinaldi and Thomas Sewell. The Runner-up St. John’s The Thunder won the 2023 Al Locke League Championship for players in Grades 6, 7 and 8. (Advocate Photos) team, coached by Brian Friscia and Peyton Carron, included Winifred Chan, Nicholas Damico, Aidan Mark, Jason Nickerson, Aidan Nie, Arian Punj, Syrus Reddick, John Simonelli Jr., Dennis Soares, Nathan Tesfaye, Frank Toscano Jr. and Victor Vasquez-Flores. St. John’s came way out of the 2-5 regular season finish to make it all the way to the Finals with two upset playoff wins. Thunder wins second Championship in franchise history over the Heat, 40-36 The Thunder shook the gym for the second time in franchise history, using a second-half run to top the Heat, 40-36, for the Al Locke League Championship, the league for players in Grades 6, 7 and 8. The Heat and Thunder tied for the regular season championship, both 5-2 overall, so it was no surprise they were locked in Saturday’s title final. The Thunder, coached by Keyshawn Bridgeman-Dicks, included Chase Ashdown, Jamarie Brown, Shayaan Hussain, Cariguito Laude, Jax Marinko, Sysy Jacob Peng, a fifth-grader, was beaming after the game, holding Villanova’s championship trophy. McAuland, Jayden McGuffie, Jason Minervini, Tyler Pham, Liam Simmons, Mason Simmons and Kaileb Telasco. The Heat was coached by Josh London and included Adrian Aguilar, Lucas Allan, Justin Bertoncini, Luis Custodi, Aiden Deronja, Deng Maluil, Joh Maluil, Benjamin Mardy, Julianna Mercidieu, Jamie O’Neil, Isaiah Richmond, Charles Silva and Randy Tran. “It was a great season and we had a lot of interest in both St. John’s was the Runner-up in the Arthur P. Boyle League Championship. leagues. We thank all the players for their effort and passion for basketball, all the volunteers from Malden High School for their time and hard work and all the fans and family for supporting our leagues,” said Malden Recreation Coordinator Joe Levine. “We can’t wait for next year.”

Page 18 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 SCHOOLS | FROM PAGE 13 Hammersley spoke of the need for more love and kindness and not stigma. All of the schools made time for guest speaker MOA Vice President Dana Brown, who asked all students and staff for their support in ending the stigma attached to substance use disorder. MPS Communications Specialist & Building Security staffer Steve Freker was also at each school, capturing in pictures the efforts of the students and staff in making this a powerful Malden Stop the Stigma Day. Malden Police were also at each school, signifying the support they provide for MOA and the MPS throughout the year. MOA Board members Linda Cochran and Paul Bell represented the organization throughout the day. March 8, 2023, was also proclaimed as Malden Stop the Stigma Day by Mayor Gary Christenson in a videotaped presentation held at City Hall. His proclamation highlighted the efforts of MOA since its inception nearly 10 years ago. Using social media as a platform, community activists, first responders, citizens and nonprofit groups across Malden promoted the day with the hashtag #MaldenStopTheStigma. Many posted pictures showing the blue ribbons they wore to support the cause. Malden Overcoming Addiction (MOA) is a community partner whose mission is to connect the community with addiction support and recovery services, remove the stigma of addiction and fight to eliminate overdose fatalities in Malden and surrounding communities. The annual MOA “Stop the Stigma Day” is about “leveraging the collective power of Malden’s community to bring attention to the stigma surrounding Malden Catholic High School Forestdale School Wall MOA’s VP, Dana Brown, speaks at the Salemwood School. addiction.” The stigma associated with drug use prevents many from seeking the help, whether emotionally or physically, that they require. LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF MALDEN CABLE TELEVISION LICENSE RENEWAL PUBLIC HEARING The City of Malden, by the Mayor as the statutory Cable License Issuing Authority, will hold a cable license renewal public hearing on Monday March 27th, 2023 at 5 p.m. pertaining to Comcast Cable Communications Management, LLC (Comcast) and the possible issuance of a cable television renewal license to Comcast. Please note that this public hearing will be virtual and can be attended by desktop, laptop, tablet or phone via the following link or number(s): ZOOM WEBINAR Linden School When: March 27, 2023 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Topic: Comcast License Public Hearing Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://cityofmalden.zoom.us/j/95377631357?pwd=U0dRc0U0UjhqVkJIWWViaEUxMHdQdz09 Passcode: 617158 Or Telephone: Dial (929) 436 2866 Webinar ID: 953 7763 1357 Passcode: 617158 This proceeding is held pursuant to federal law 47 USC 546 and possible final action to approve the license may be considered and taken by the Issuing Authority. Public comment on local cable needs and past performance of Comcast is invited and shall be allowed by electronic video and audio conference platforms as set forth above. Copies of City license renewal documents may be made available for public inspection at the Office of the City Clerk or by contacting Ron Hogan @rhogan@cityofmalden.org. By order of the Mayor as statutory License Issuing Authority. MOA Vice President Dana Brown addresses the students. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS BUYER1 KRAFT, ADAM D BUYER2 SELLER1 EVANS, JONATHAN E SELLER2 March 10, 17, 2023 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. ADDRESS 446 HIGHLAND AVE CITY MALDEN DATE 02.22.23 PRICE 95000 Malden High School

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Page 19 ~ Help Wanted ~ ~ Help Wanted ~ aavvyvy S avy K-6 Paraprofessional Job Opportunities Starting Salary: 35,000 About MVRCS: Mystic Valley Regional Charter School in Malden, MA was founded in 1998. The School serves over 1,400 students in Kindergarten through Grade 12. Great teachers, carefully selected curricula presented with fidelity, high expectations, and traditional pedagogy are the keys to student success at Mystic Valley. Mystic Valley annually finds itself among the top public schools not only within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts but in New England and throughout the nation. Our students have attained the highest levels of success at the post-secondary level, a testament to the preparation they received from their time at Mystic Valley. Mystic Valley students in Grades K-12 report to school in dress code and are in attendance for 200 days of instruction. The normal school day is 60 minutes longer than most traditional public schools. Together, these factors have enabled MVRCS to deliver on its promise of providing its students with the opportunity to obtain a world-class education. Job Summary: The Paraprofessional is responsible for actively engaging students through classroom and behavior management strategies to preserve integrity of the learning environment. The Paraprofessional completes instructional tasks under the general supervision of a teacher and non-instructional tasks under the general supervision of their assigned Assistant Director. Responsibilities: • Support daily classroom design and collaborate with classroom teacher • Assist with classroom management through assertive discipline model and redirection • Support and adhere to School Policies and rules • Assist with Group Work while the teacher is presenting and Independent Work • Reinforce learning posture (students are on task, attending, tracking, on the right page, etc. • Teach reading, language, math, reasoning and writing, and/or spelling groups as assigned • Monitor students and provide assistance to those not proficient or at mastery • Check, record, and/or grade per teacher request • Assist students with correcting their work, reading activities, and questions • Note students who have not completed work • Administer checkouts or retests per teacher • Participate in the assigned morning, lunch/recess and afternoon bus duties • Attend “Back to School Night” and other mandatory after-school events • Perform additional duties stated by other members of the Leadership Team • Attend in Professional Development training provided by the school Requirements: • A high school degree • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both in oral and written form. • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions. • Ability to perform duties with awareness of all school requirements, state and federal laws, and MVRCS policies. • Strong collaborative, teaching, coaching, and leadership skills to support student programming and work in a team setting. • Successful completion of applicable MTEL tests within one year of employment. The position will be evaluated yearly and will be an annual appointment. Mystic Valley is an equal-opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status. Covid 19 vaccines are not required If interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact kwhite@mvrcs.org or call 781 388-0222 ex. 2006 Dear Seeking, Caring for an elder parent can be challenging in many ways, but it can be especially diffi cult fi nancially if you have to miss work to provide care. Fortunately, there are a number of government programs and other tips that may be able to help you monetarily while you care for your dad. Here are some options to explore. Medicaid Assistance All 50 states and the District of Columbia off er self-directed Medicaid services for long-term care. These programs let states grant waivers that allow income-qualifi ed individuals to manage their own long-term home-care services. In some states, that can include hiring a family member to provide care. Benefi ts, coverage, eligibility and rules diff er from state to state. Program names also vary. What’s called “consumer directed care” in one state, may be called “participant-directed services,” “inhome supportive services” or “cash and counseling” in another. Contact your state Medicaid program to ask about its options or to start the sign-up process. Veterans Benefi ts If your dad is a military veteran, there are several diff erent VA programs he may be eligible for that provide fi nancial assistance to family caregivers, including: • Veteran-Directed Care: Available in most states, this program provides a needs-based monthly budget for long-term care services. (VA.gov/geriatrics/pages/Veteran-Directed_Care.asp) • Aid & Attendance or Housebound benefi ts: These programs provide a monthly payment to veterans and survivors who receive a VA pension and who either need assistance with activities of daily living (i.e., bathing, dressing, going to the bathroom), or are housebound. (VA.gov/pension/aid-attendance-housebound) • Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers: This provides a monthly stipend to family members who serve as caregivers for veterans who need assistance with daily living activities because of an injury or illness sustained in the line of duty. (Caregiver.va.gov/support/support_benefi ts.asp) Other Options If your dad has some savings or other assets, discuss the possibility of him paying you for the care you provide, or talk to your siblings to see if they can chip in. If they agree, consider drafting a short-written contract that details the terms of your work and payment arrangements, so everyone involved knows what to expect. A contract will also help avoid potential problems should your dad ever need to apply for Medicaid for nursing home care. Also, check to see if your dad has any long-term care insurance that covers in-home care. If he does, in some cases those benefi ts may be used to pay you. Tax Breaks There are also tax credits and deductions you may be eligible for as your dad’s caregiver that can help. For example, if your dad lives with you and you’re paying at least half of his living expenses, and his gross income was less than $4,400 (in 2022) not counting his Social Security, you can claim him as a dependent on your taxes and get a $500 tax credit. If you can’t claim him as a dependent, you may still be able to get a tax deduction if you’re paying more than half his living expenses including medical and long-term care costs, and they exceed 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income. You can include your own medical expenses in calculating the total. To see which medical expenses you can deduct, see IRS Publication 502 at IRS.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p502.pdf. Or, if you’re paying for in-home care or adult day care for your dad so you can work, you might qualify for the Dependent Care Tax Credit which can be worth as much as $1,050. To claim this credit, you’ll need to fi ll out IRS Form 2441 (IRS.gov/pub/irs-pdf/ f2441.pdf) when you fi le your federal return. 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. avvy S oiorenniioor nior by Jim Miller Getting Paid as a Family Caregiver Dear Savvy Senior, I have been taking care of my elderly father for over a year and it’s taking a toll on my fi nances because I can only work part-time. Are there any resources you know about that can help family caregivers get paid? Seeking Support

Page 20 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 MUSIC | FROM PAGE 11 - Legal Notice - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 Docket No. MI22D3759DR DIVORCE SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION AND MAILING MARIE EVELINE DELISIME vs. ASTREL SIMILIEN To the Defendant: The Plaintiff has filed a Complaint for Divorce requesting that the Court grant a divorce for Desertion. The Complaint is on file at the Court. An Automatic Restraining Order has been entered in this matter preventing you from taking any action which would negatively impact the current financial status of either party. SEE Supplemental Probate Court Rule 411. You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon: Donald R. Faymen, Esq. Donald Faymen 97 Union St. Everett, MA 02149 your answer, if any, on or before 04/18/2023. If you fail to do so, the court will proceed to the hearing and adjudication of this action. You are also required to file a copy of your answer, if any, in the office of the Register of this Court. WITNESS, Hon. Maureen H Monks, First Justice of this Court. Date: March 7, 2023 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO REGISTER OF PROBATE March 17, 2023 Evans Painting No Hassle. No Fuss. Call Amy and Russ Interior/Exterior Amy Evans Tel: 781-820-8189 ~ HELP WANTED ~ FULL TIME DRIVER WANTED MONDAY – FRIDAY; 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM SCRUBBING BOARD 104 HANCOCK ST EVERETT * 617-387-4838 RESIDENT REQUEST Address Street 136 FRANKLIN ST. (NEWTON SIDE) LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF MALDEN PUBLIC TREE HEARING In accordance with the provisions of Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 87, Section 3, notice is herewith given that a public hearing will be held at 6:00 P.M. on Monday, the 27th day of March 2023 at Malden City Hall Conference Room 105, 215 Pleasant Street, Malden, Massachusetts for the purpose of determining if the six (6) public shade trees shall be removed or remain per the Tree Warden of the City of Malden. The trees are located at or around the address identified below: DBH (IN) 29 ADA SIDEWALK COMPLIANCE (ENGINEERING) Address Street 104 BOWDOIN ST. 107 BOWDOIN ST. 127 BOWDOIN ST. 6 HOLLOWAY ST. (BOWDOIN SIDE) 6 HOLLOWAY ST. DBH (IN) 17 16 25 21 18 Common Name HONEYLOCUST bert found her way to Malden, where she began teaching music to the youngest students at the Linden STEAM Academy at the start of this school year. At Linden ‘It’s been wonderful’ So far, as the school year approaches the “home stretch,” she told the Malden Advocate, “It’s been wonderful!” Recently, when the Linden administration, headed up by Principal Rafael Garcia, decided to ask the educators if any would like to host a club or other extracurricular activity after school, Albert said, “I jumped at the chance.” She added, “I was already thinking about off ering some LANGUAGE | FROM PAGE 10 and ‘therefores’ are a trouble to translate. Language access is very important to me,” O’Malley added, noting that he believes funding could be accessed to provide more language access around City Hall, particularly in building signage and similar improvements. City Council President Barbara sort of extra activity for our students after school, if I got the permission, and then Mr. Garcia made the announcement about the clubs. It was exactly what I had wanted to do.” In a recent Music Club session, a spirited group of mostly kindergarteners were using a set of Boomwhackers and complementary drums, which allowed the students to play along to music on a guided big screen by tapping the right color sequence in front of them. Some hit the color circles with their tubular percussion Boomwhackers, while others were positioned on hand drums, using their fi ngers and palms to thump along with the rhythm. Murphy (Ward 5) joined all the councillors as she thanked Martinez for the informative presentation. “I’ve been calling you ‘The Missing Link’ with the knowledge you have on what’s going on in the city and the data you have in your possession,” Murphy said. “We look forward to more updates [on language access] so we can further help with the issues aff ecting our constituency.” “We make sure everyone uses both of them [Boomwhackers and drums] to get the full percussion experience and hear and see all the sounds.” Judging by the smiles – and the intensity – exhibited by the Music Club kindergarten kids, they were getting some valuable skill development while learning sound and sight recognition during the exercise. “I have gotten so much help and support in the years that I really needed it. I would really like to do the same for my own students,” said Albert, who noted she is now working on her Doctorate of Musical Arts (DMA) degree. “This is the right place to do that, here in Malden.” CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Advocate Call now! 617-387-2200 advertise on the web at www.advocatenews.net Common Name CRIMSON KING MAPLE CALLERY PEAR NORWAY MAPLE LITTLELEAF LINDEN CRIMSON KING MAPLE OBJECTIONS TO THE REMOVAL OF ANY TREE(S) MUST BE RECEIVED IN WRITING BY THE TREE WARDEN AT THE ABOVE LISTED ADDRESS PRIOR TO OR AT THE TREE HEARING. AAA Service • Lockouts Trespass Towing • Roadside Service Junk Car Removal 617-387-6877 26 Garvey St., Everett MDPU 28003 ICCMC 251976 Christopher Rosa City of Malden Tree Warden March 17, 24, 2023

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Page 21 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 ~ Help Wanted ~ VENDING MACHINE MOVER $500.00 Signing Bonus for All New Hires Driver with clean driving record for the greater Boston area to move and service vending equipment. Must have valid driver’s license. Any Electronics experience is helpful but not necessary. Our company was established in 1961. We offer competitive wages, salary commensrate with job experience. A 401k and profit-sharing plan, health & dental benefits, paid holidays and paid vactions and many other benefits. Full time, plus OT available. Random drug testing and background checks are performed. Must be able to speak English fluently. Apply in person Monday thru Friday, 9am to 4pm @ 83 Broadway, Malden, MA – Or send your resume to msheehan@actionjacksonusa.com. No phone calls please. We follow Social Distancing Guidelines! Frank Berardino MA License 31811 J.F & Son Contracting Snow Plowing No Job too small! Free Estimates! Commercial & Residential 781-656-2078 - Property management & maintenance Shoveling & removal Landscaping, Electrical, Plumbing, Painting, Roofing, Carpentry, Framing, Decks, Fencing, Masonry, Demolition, Gut-outs, Junk Removal & Dispersal, Clean Ups: Yards, Garages, Attics & Basements. Truck for Hire, Bobcat Services. ● 24-Hour Service ● Emergency Repairs BERARDINO Plumbing & Heating Gas Fitting ● Drain Service Residential & Commercial Service 617.699.9383 Senior Citizen Discount WASTE REMOVAL & BUILDING MAINTENANCE • Landscaping, Lawn Care, Mulching • Yard Waste & Rubbish Removal • Interior & Exterior Demolition (Old Decks, Fences, Pools, Sheds, etc.) • Appliance and Metal Pick-up • Construction and Estate Cleanouts • Pick-up Truck Load of Trash starting at $169 • Carpentry LICENSED & INSURED Call for FREE ESTIMATES! Office: (781) 233-2244 FIRE • SOOT • WATER Homeowner’s Insurance Loss Specialists FREE CONSULTATION 1-877-SAL-SOOT Sal Barresi, Jr. - Your fi rst call 617-212-9050 SPADAFORA AUTO PARTS JUNK CARS WANTED SAME DAY PICK UP 781-324-1929 Quality Used Tires Mounted & Installed Used Auto Parts & Batteries Family owned & operated since 1946 For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net Advocate Call now! 617-387-2200 advertise on the web at www.advocatenews.net $ $ $ $ Classifieds

Page 22 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 OBITUARIES Jean E. (Doyle) “Peachy” Fisk A lifelong res1. On March 17, 1776, British forces left Boston for Nova Scotia; in 1901 what Massachusetts county declared this Evacuation Day? 2. Governor Maura Healey has proclaimed what month Massachusetts Maple Month? 3. Feudalism ended where: the Island of Sark in the English Channel, Japan or Russia? 4. According to folklore, what is a leprechaun’s occupation? 5. On March 18, 1953, the Boston Braves baseball team announced it was moving where? 6. How many novels did Louisa May Alcott write that featured the March sisters? 7. On March 19, 2008, Arthur C. Clarke died, the author of space exploration novels, including the novel for what 1968 fi lm? 8. Which needs more sap and is, thus, more expensive: birch or maple syrup? 9. On March 20, 1985, Libby Riddles became the fi rst female to win what annual race that takes place on a former mail/ supply route? 10. What river that includes the name of a city is dyed green to honor St. Patrick’s Day? 11. What U.S. president and his wife had at one time been in a Pizza Hut ad? 12. According to Guinness World Records, Austrian Lisa Farthofer in 2023 became “the fi rst woman to row on the Southern Ocean” – what is that ocean also called? 13. On March 21, 2021, what ship named one of its cannons Perfectus in honor of Loretta Perfectus Walsh, the Navy’s fi rst female chief petty offi cer? 14. Where would you fi nd the Cactus League and the Grapefruit League (nicknames)? 15. In “Moby Dick” who survived the wreck of the Pequod? 16. What does XC stand for? 17. On March 22, 1638, what female was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for her religious beliefs? 18. Where in the USA would you fi nd the Overseas Highway? 19. Which produces the most maple syrup: New York, Quebec or Vermont? 20. On March 23, 1839, the fi rst recorded instance of “O.K.” appeared in The Boston Morning Post; what did the letters stand for? ANSWERS Sandy Juliano Broker/President ident of Malden, passed away on Saturday, March 11, at the Kaplan Family Hospice House in Danvers. Jean was born in Malden in 1937, the daughter of George and Hazel Doyle. She was raised and educated in Malden, graduating with the Class of 1955. She married Lauren R. Fisk, and the two settled down in Malden to raise their family. Jean worked for the Department of Transportation as a secretary until her retirement. She loved to cook and treasured spending time with family. She is survived by her husband of 53 years, Lauren “Larry” Fisk, her children, Sharon Bilodeau of Plaistow, NH, Steven Carr of Rockport, Daniel Fisk of Malden, Russell Fisk of Malden, and Valerie Potter of Haverhill. Cherished sister of the late George Doyle Jr, and her grandchildren, Steve, Mary, Lauren, Nicholas, Abigail, Rebecca, Henry, Jessie, Victoria, Shane, Kaylin. Jean was preceded in death by her brother George Doyle Jr, and her grandson Joseph. Visitation was held at the WeirMacCuish Golden Rule Funeral Home, Malden on Wed, March 15th. Graveside service at Puritan Lawn Cemetery Peabody. Karen Anderson Longtime former City Clerk Karen Anderson, 68, died March 14, 2023 at her home in Malden, after a brief illness. She was born Dec. 28, 1954 in Danbury, Conn., third of four children of the late Robert and Barbara (Kelley) Anderson. Upon her father’s death, her mother returned the family to her native Malden. Karen attended Browne Junior High and Malden High School and graduated from UMass Boston with magna cum laude with a B.A. in economics. Karen worked for several years as a legislative aide to Rep. John C. McNeil, D-Malden, and was appointed city clerk of Malden by the City Council in 1984. She was city clerk and chair of the Board of Registrars of Voters until her retirement in 2017, serving alongside fi ve mayors and several dozen councilors. She helped and mentored three of her successors. After her retirement she worked on a variety of city issues including the municipal charter, traffi c codes and ordinances, serving as municipal hearing officer and managing Freedom of Information Act requests. Karen was an avid quilter and in recent years a birdwatcher, particularly in California’s Central Valley, where her husband worked for the University of California. From their home in Merced, Calif., they explored the West Coast, with particular fondness for mid-century modern furniture, used bookstores, interesting gin and fresh seafood. In addition to her husband, Jim Chiavelli, to whom she had been married since 1990, she is survived by her daughters, Emily Anderson Chiavelli and Margaret Celestia Chiavelli; two sisters, Judith Randall of Lynnfi eld and Lillian Burbank of Maine; a nephew, Jay Sears, and three nieces, Rachael Anderson, Victoria Gordon and Alexis Burbank; her in-laws, James F. and Mary Chiavelli of Nashua, N.H.; and many cousins, great-nieces and -nephews, along with her longtime “second family”, the Malloys/McInerneys. She was also the sister of the late Robert Anderson. A memorial service will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, March 24, at Weir MacCuish Funeral Home, 144 Salem St., Malden, with visiting hours from 3 to 6 p.m. In lieu of fl owers, please consider a donation to the Malden Public Library, 26 Salem St., Malden MA 02148, in Karen’s name to support the library archives. COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SALES & RENTALS Daylight savings time begins! Spring forward! Change your clocks, check your smoke detectors! Follow Us On: New Listing by Sandy Single family, 81 Florence St., Everett $649,900 New Listing by Norma UNDER AGREEMENT! Everett 2 family, $729,900. Call Norma for details! 617-590-9143 Everett Rental - 3 bedrooms - $2950/month Call Sandy for details at: 617-448-0854 Open Daily From 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149 www.jrs-properties.com Denise Matarazzo 617-953-3023 617-294-1041 Rosemarie Ciampi 617-957-9222 Norma Capuano Parziale 617-590-9143 Joe DiNuzzo 617-680-7610 1. Suff olk 2. March 3. The Island of Sark (in 2008, when its fi rst election was held) 4. Shoemaker to the fairies 5. Milwaukee (later it moved to Atlanta) 6. Three: “Little Women,” “Little Men” and “Jo’s Boys” 7. “2001: A Space Odyssey” 8. Birch 9. Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race 10. The Chicago River 11. Donald and Ivana Trump 12. Antarctic Ocean 13. USS Constitution 14. In Arizona and Florida, respectively, during MLB spring training 15. Ishmael 16. Cross-country 17. Anne Hutchinson 18. Florida Keys 19. Quebec 20. “oll korrect” (then popular slang for “all correct”)

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, March 17, 2023 Page 23 Your Hometown News Delivered! EVERETT ADVOCATE MALDEN ADVOCATE REVERE ADVOCATE SAUGUS ADVOCATE One year subscription to The Advocate of your choice: $150 per paper in-town per year or $200 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 Lawrence For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net mangorealtyteam.com 38 Main St. Saugus (781) 558-1091 20 Railroad Ave. Rockport (978)-999-5408 14 Norwood St, Everett (781)-558-1091 Just Listed - Saugus This nicely located, spacious townhome offers 2-3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths and attached garage. Main level features large picture windows with plenty of natural light, eat in kitchen, half bath, and exterior access. The next level features two nice sized bedrooms with large closets and a full bath. Third level features heated loft area with skylights and additional storage. Could be used as 3rd bedroom, office, or fun bonus room. In unit aundry, brand new heating and cooling system, brand new water heater. This 8 unit complex with ample parking is Located just outside of Saugus Center. Close proximity to the Northern Strand Trail and Breakheart Reservation, shopping, restaurants, highways and bus routes. Offered at $399,000 Listing agent Lea Doherty 617-594-9164 ListwithLea@yahoo.com Mango Realty is excited to introduce buyers to new luxury townhouses located in a beautiful North Shore Community just minutes away from major highways. Boasting 2100 square feet or more, each unit features six large rooms, 3.5 bathrooms, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, generous walk-in closets, 3 zone gas heat with central air, 200 amp service with recessed lighting throughout, deck and third floor balcony, one car garage and plenty of parking. Two units will have elevators. Get in early to help pick your colors and personalize your townhouse and be ready for occupancy by the end of May. Prices starting at $799,900. Schedule an appointment now by calling 781-820-5690 Rental-Saugus Clean, convenient, and private best describes this "must see" 1 bedroom apartment in an owner-occupied home. Plenty of electrical outlets in each room, modern appliances including refrigerator with ice maker, microwave, garbage disposal and dishwasher. Open concept living space can be easily decorated to suit tenant taste. Tenant will have their own washer and dryer, provided by landlord, in a common area that also provides a small space for storage. Landlord will provide two window air conditioners. Tenant will have their own paved driveway sufficient for two vehicles. The I-95 walking trail is within 1/2 mile as is the very popular Northern Strand Rail Trail. Located just minutes from the 426 bus line and abutting conservation land this is a very attractive location away from traffic and a busy street. Tenant must provide full credit and background report along with at least two references. $1900.00 Call Peter @ 781-820-5690 Townhouse Rental- Peabody 3 bedroom in Peabody $3600.00, washer & dryer hookup and plenty of parking. Call Christine 603-670-3353 Opportunity Knocks. This 4 bedroom home offers tons of potential for someone looking for an affordable home with great yard. Did I mention large rooms? Enter the home from the driveway and on deck leading to kitchen. 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