Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, May 31, 2019 AMERICAN LEGION POST 69 OBSERVES MEMORIAL DAY M onday marked the observance of Memorial Day The meaning of this sacred day has faded over time. Instead of being a time to honor our fallen armed forces, Memorial Day has be come the unofficial start of summer: a day replete with shopping and barb-ques. The many pressures of everyday life bear some responsibility for our lack of appropriate observation. All too often our busy lives cause us to forget the men and women of the armed forces who put their lives on the line for the cause of freedom. Despite its lost meaning, Memorial Day remains signifi cant. It enables us to pay homage to the courageous men and women of the armed forces who put their lives at risk to protect us. When they were called to serve our nation these men and women did so despite the interruptions it caused in their own lives. We witnessed their bravery and courage in the confl icts that took place in Concord, New Orleans, the Alamo, Gettysburg, the Ardennes Forest, Iwo Jima, Normandy, Inchon, Saigon, Fallujah, Kandahar, Syria, and many other places too numerous to mention. In his last Memorial Day message, President John F. Kennedy said: “On this day we should invoke the blessings of God on those who have died in the defense of our country and by praying for a new world order of law where peace and justice shall prevail, and a life of opportunity shall be assured for all”. On Memorial Day 2019, Malden American Legion Post 69 remembers and honors its many members that served in our armed forces, and all the veterans laid to rest here and in lands far from home. Post 69 also pays special tribute to our soldiers and sailors who fought on the beaches of Normandy 75 years ago on DDay. Four thousand soldiers and sailors sacrifi ced their lives that day for freedom’s sake. We also send our prayers to all those currently serving. May they come home soon. Please remember our prisoners of war and those missing in action “YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN”.. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Copyrighted material previously published in Banker & Tradesman/The Commercial Record, a weekly trade newspaper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher, The Warren Group. For a searchable database of real estate transactions and property information visit: www.thewarrengroup.com. BUYER1 BUYER2 Schifano, Keith Barbieri, Brent Nunley, Michael G Rios-Paz, Ana I Pidgeon, Molly Nunley, Mariana Guevara-Rios, Sonia B Howson, Samantha Chowdhury, Nurus Maccarthy, Timothy W Lam, Khanh M To, Lam SELLER1 Teta, Joseph W Maccutcheon, Jus n Trilla, Francisco Pa erson, Angela Wyman, Pauline SELLER2 ADDRESS PRICE Wagenbach, Christa L Wagenbach, Christopher O Washabaugh, Theodore B Oehmke-Washabaugh, E 117 Taylor St Scagnolato, Luiz Wyman, Mark Katalex Proper es LLC Ketan LLC 258-260 Pearl St $ 550 000,00 58 Almont St #4 $ 419 000,00 $ 400 000,00 $ 539 000,00 $ 665 500,00 $ 745 000,00 92 Pine St 24 Orchard St 18-20 Earl St 1185 Salem St $ 485 000,00 34-40 Wyeth St $ 990 000,00 EVERETT ARTS ASSOCIATION PRESENTS… ARTIST EXHIBITS OF OVER 100 JURIED PAINTINGS, CRAFTS AND PHOTOGRAPHY 5 ANNUAL SPRING ARTS FESTIVAL!!! SHOW DATES: SATURDAY JUNE , 201 @ 1:00-5:00P.M. SUNDAY JUNE , 20 @ 2:00-5:00P.M. PLACE: EDWARD G. CONNOLLY CENTER 90 CHELSEA STREET, EVERETT, MA. FREE ADMISSION!!! FREE FOOD/PIZZA!!! FREE MUSIC/ENTERTAINMENT featuring DJ JASPER!!! RAFFLES, PRIZES & FUN!!! NOTE: DONATIONS WELCOME! This program is sponsored in part by a grant from the Everett Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. FEATURING… YOUNG ARTISTS’ SHINE SHOWCASE! *CANDY & PRIZES AWARDED FOR BEST YOUNG ARTISTS! Malden

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