THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 5, 2019 Page 13 Proverb and Post Road Residential embrace The Pioneer P roverb, a multidisciplinary branding agency in Boston, was tapped by Post Road Residential for branding and marketing assignments for their new residential property in Everett, Mass., The Pioneer, which opened in March, according to Proverb’s Managing Director, Daren Bascome. Working with Post Road’s Andy Montelli, Proverb’s assignment for the project involved branding and creative development, including developing the brand strategy, coming up with the brand name, The Pioneer, logo development, marketing materials, a custom tartan blanket as a move-in gift, and a one-ofa-kind property website, thepioneereverett.com. Everett has always been a place of growth and innovation, a thriving city growing from the pioneering spirit of the community. The Pioneer is built for the modern trailblazer, off ering unexpected amenity spaces that culminate in an enormous open-air courtyard decked out with a heated pool, fi re pits, a Grillzebo outdoor kitchen and even a poolside movie theater. The Pioneer also off ers a 4,000 square foot fi tness center equipped with a Peloton Studio and a skyline lounge roof deck. “You Can't Discover What You Don’t Explore” serves as The Pioneer’s rallying cry and challenges potential residents to embrace their inner modern trailblazer. Proverb is an agency focused on building powerful brands and creating a more thoughtful world around us. We partner with innovative real estate developers, cities, hotels, museums, architects, hospitals and other organizations that seek to transform the built environment. Our work connects with smart, sophisticated audiences, stands out from competitors and creates lasting value for our clients. For more information go to www.proverbagency.com. Save the date: Blossoms at the Beebe to be held on April 27 WAKEFIELD – The 12th annual Blossoms at the Beebe, an event to benefit the Lucius Beebe Memorial Library and the Wakefi eld Lynnfi eld Chamber of Commerce, will be held on Saturday, April 27 at the Library (345 Main St. in Wakefi eld) from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Proceeds will support Library services, cultural events and Chamber projects that enhance the civic and economic life of our town. This adult-only, 21 years of age and over event is always a sell-out, according to Blossoms at the Beebe Chair Susan Wetmore. This year’s event will feature a masquerade theme and will include the following: a fl ower show, live musical entertainment, dancing on both levels of the Library, gourmet hors d’oeuvres, a silent auction, a special 50/50 raffl e, a cash bar featuring a signature drink which refl ects the evening’s theme, and a photo booth. Tickets are $40 per person and can be purchased online at www.blossomsatbeebe. com or at the Library. In addition to buying their ticket, attendees can also purchase a key for $25 which could unlock a box to win a trip to New Orleans valued at $1,500. Only 100 keys will be sold and one lucky key will unlock the box to win the July 10-12 trip for two. The owner of the key that unlocks the box must be present when the unlocking takes place. Keys purchased in advance as part of a ticket purchase can only be picked up at the event. Keys may also be purchased at the event. Major sponsors to date are as follows: Aristocrat level ($5,000): The Savings Bank and Brightview Senior Living-Wakefi eld. Other sponsors include the following: Harlequin level ($2,500): Wakefi eld Co-operative Bank, Hobbs Brook Management, Beth Israel Lahey Health; Smoke and Mirrors level ($1,000): First Financial Trust, Eastern Bank, The Maggiore Companies, Pride Self Storage and MelroseWakefi eld Hospital. For additional information and/or to become a Blossom sponsor and/or donate an auction/raffl e item, please visit the website www.blossomsatbeebe.com. Gov. Baker at “Saving By Shaving 2019” BOSTON — For the fi fth consecutive year, Gov. Charlie Baker got a buzz-cut at Granite Telecommunication’s annual “Saving by Shaving” event to raise awareness for cancer research at Boston Children’s Hospital. He was joined by Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch, Boston Red Sox President Sam Kennedy, WGBH’s Jim Braude, Granite Telecommunications CEO Rob Hale, Former Red Sox DH David Ortiz, Former Bruins Defenseman Ray Bourque, Patriots Off ensive Lineman Ted Karras, Patriots Guard Joe Thuney, Former Patriots Guard Joe Andruzzi and Former Patriots Wide Receiver Troy Brown. At this year’s event, Granite Telecommunications announced an over $6 million contribution raised for Boston Children’s Hospital. 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