Maldden alld a Vol. 31, No. 24 den AADD -FREEAdvocate Staff Report O n June 9, State Senator Jason Lewis joined his Senate colleagues to unanimously pass An Act fi nancing improvements to municipal roads and bridges, which would approve the authorization of $350 million towards transportation needs in the Commonwealth, including $200 million for the Chapter 90 program, which provides cities and towns with funding for local transportation-related projects, including road and bridge repairs. “This bill provides critical funding for our local communities to repair and improve roads, bridges, sidewalks and other transportation infrastructure,” said Senator Lewis. “I’m particularly pleased that we were able to increase funding for the Complete Streets grant program that makes roads and intersections safer for all users, especially pedestrians and cyclists.” The bill also authorizes an additional $150 million in grantbased programs that will assist municipalities with various transportation-related projects. This comprises $30 million for the municipal small bridge repair program, $30 million for the Complete Streets grant program, $25 million for bus-related projects, $25 million for increased access to mass transit and commuter rail stations and $40 million for pavement and surface area improvements to non-federally aided roadways. The Complete Streets grant program, which Senator Lewis helped to create when he previously served as a State Representative, enables improvements to roads, sidewalks and intersections that improve access and safety for pedestrians, cyclists, buses and motorists. Having previously been passed by the House of Representatives, the bill is expected Jason Lewis State Senator to be signed into law by Governor Charlie Baker soon. Sen. Lewis announces Virtual Offi ce Hours for June State Senator Jason Lewis will be holding Virtual Offi ce Hours on Monday, June 27 from 2-3 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. 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. Each constituent meets privately with the Senator during the Zoom session. Senator Lewis also holds regular in-person Offi ce Hours in each community of the district (Malden, Melrose, Reading, Stoneham, Wakefi eld and Winchester). For further information or any questions, visit SenatorJasonLewis.com or contact his State House offi ce at (617) 722-1206 or Jason.Lewis@ masenate.gov. Both hailing from Malden: Class Secretary Amora Velic, who plans to study international relations at Tufts University, and Allen Bulic, who plans to study pharmaceutical science at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. By Tara Vocino S tudents from Malden, Everett, Saugus and Revere graduated from Mystic Valley Regional Charter School on Eastern Avenue last Friday during their 17th commencement ceremony. In total, 61 students received their diplomas. Valedictorian Rintaro Inomata, who hails from Malden and plans to study in Japan this fall, delivered a prerecorded address since he was in quarantine with COVID-19. CLASS DISMISSED| SEE PAGE 13 Malden High School students received over $118,000 in scholarships at Senior Night Individuals, groups, agencies and businesses provide generous assistance to over 100 members of Class of 2022 Richard Angelo Scholarship Fund bestows record $25,200 total to 14 senior recipients By Steve Freker R ich Angelo and his accomplishments in the world of fi tness and martial arts has made him one of the bestknown graduates of the Malden High School Class of 1977, which produced — among others — accomplished scientists, doctors, educators, journalists and sports coaches. His life story was one of the SCHOLARSHIPS | SEE PAGE 10 Malden's Only Local News Source for over 30 Years! CTE OCAT AT www.advocatenews.net Sen. Lewis supports passage of legislation authorizing funding for local transportation improvements Published Every Friday 617-387-2200 E Friday, June 17, 2022 Class dismissed – Malden, Saugus, Everett and Revere residents graduate at 17th Commencement of Mystic Valley Regional Charter School

Page 2 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Opening of Student Based Health Center at Malden High School M ayor Gary Christenson was pleased to join Cambridge Health Alliance’s (CHA) CEO, Dr. Assaad Sayah, for an offi cial ribbon cutting celebrating the opening of the Teen Health Center at Malden High School. They were joined by Superintendent Ligia Noriega-Murphy, Malden High School Principal Chris Mastrangelo, members of the State Delegation, city offi cials and students from the Malden Teen Enrichment Center. A student-based health center has been a long-standing goal of Mayor Christenson and follows years of collaboration between the City, CHA, and the Tufts University Family Medicine Residency at CHA. The licensed state-of-the-art health center offers an innovative model for delivering teen-centered primary care services during school hours that will remove barriers to care for students ages 12 - 21. It will further enhance the existing school health program and work cooperatively within the school community to become an integral part of the setting. “We are pleased to fi nally be able to achieve the goal of providing health care to students in an environment that is trusted and immediately accessible to them,” said Malden Mayor Gary Christenson. “Thank you Lawrence A. Simeone Jr. Attorney-at-Law ~ Since 1989 ~ * Corporate Litigation * Criminal/Civil * MCAD * Zoning/Land Court * Wetlands Litigation * Workmen’s Compensation * Landlord/Tenant Litigation * Real Estate Law * Construction Litigation * Tax Lein * Personal Injury * Bankruptcy * Wrongful Death * Zoning/Permitting Litigation 300 Broadway, Suite 1, Revere * 781-286-1560 lsimeonejr@simeonelaw.net SABATINO INSURANCE AGENCY Call for a Quote 617-387-7466 Or email Rocco@sabatino-ins.com We cover: * Auto * Home * Boat * Renter * Condo * Life * Multi-Policy Discounts * Commercial 10% Discounts * Registry Service Also Available to Cambridge Health Alliance for their partnership in making this possible and to our State Delegation for their continued support.” “The Teen Health Center in Malden is an extension of our mission to improve the health of our communities and meet our patients where it is most convenient for them and their families,” said Assaad Sayah, MD, CHA’s CEO. “I am very grateful for the support of the City of Malden and our legislative delegation throughout this process.” School-based health centers provide comprehensive care in a safe environment that allows students to address physical and mental health needs while remaining in school and missing limited classroom time. In coordination with the school nurses, the Teen Health Center at Malden High will provide a full range of medical and diagnostic care conveniently located on-site, including immunizations, mental health and substance use counseling, dental care, sleep support, healthy eating, testing and screenings, and free and confi dential sexual and reproductive health services. The center will be open whenever school is in session, and services are available regardless of students’ ability to pay, insurance coverage, or immigration status. CHA also operates three other schoolbased health centers in Cambridge, Everett, and Somerville. http://www.sabatino-ins.com SABATINO 564 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 617-387-7466 Hours of Operation are: Mondays - Fridays 9am to 5pm Saturdays by appointment only

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Page 6 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Malden Today, Tomorrow and Yesterday – Antonio J Pisaturo 1927-2022 A ntonio J. Pisaturo was the last man standing. So to speak. Hanging around the neighborhood long enough to outlast all the old neighborhood haunts, some cherished friends and family members, and a neighborhood tavern or two. Tony passed away recently a week short of his 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 95th birthday but not after raising his wonderful family in the cozy confi nes of (the place that's the best) Edgeworth in Ward 2. A throwback to the days when you found a neighborhood to raise your family then the neighborhood becomes your second family. A man Edgeworth loved, and respected. Tony had more charisma than should be allowed. Gone with Tony are a lifetime of memories. Gone with Tony is the history of a neighborhood. Gone with Tony is another small part of our collective lives. That twinkle in his eyes, that quick smile, and that gift of gab I will always hold near and dear from this old school gentleman. Thank the deity of your choice that we have his wonderful children Joanne, Joey, and Jeannie to carry on his legacy. Antonio "Tony Pez" Pisaturo would have turned 95 years young on June 14th. The Tony Pez and his bride. coolest cat that Edgeworth has ever produced, and Edgeworth has produced some pretty cool cats. My sincerest condolences to his whole family. May his memory be a blessing. Picked up pieces while waiting for the Red Sox to kick into high gear and make a run... • The bike/bus lanes on Route 60. Can we talk?! I'll just throw this out before I make my prediction; on a recent Thursday night after work it took me 30 minutes to get from 7 Jackson St to Robinson's News in Linden through the set of lights taking a right by Eddy's Diner. 30 minutes! I've driven to West Peabody to see my adorable grandchildren in less time than that after work. So, my prediction; the last time we made a blunder of this proportion was when they made the odious decision to place a city hall building in the middle of Pleasant Street. I hope I'm wrong, but... • Heard "Crazy Little Mama at ~ Home of the Week ~ SAUGUS...Beautiful 8 room Split Entry Ranch offers 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, great open concept, living room with fireplace, diningroom, kitchen with granite counters and island with seating, cathedral ceiling, skylight and ceramic tile flooring, walk out to entertainment-size deck. 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We miss and love you, Vinnie. "Crazy little mama come knock, knock, knocking, just like she did before." • Have you heard the news, there's good rockin' in Malden Square on Saturday nights! Not only do you have some of the fi nest go-to destinations on the North Shore such as All Season's Table. Mystic Station, Exchange Street Bistro, Hugh O'Neill's, and Face's Brewing but you now have one more late night stop in the mix that you will defi nitely want to check out. Especially if you have a sweet tooth. Neil (Sullivan) at Cornucopia Foods on Pleasant Street will now be open on Saturday nights starting June 4th! Neil took time out of a busy schedule to tell me, “Cornucopia will be open on Saturday nights beginning on June 4th for desserts, pasta dishes, burgers, our famous sandwiches, salads, and breakfast options and goodness only knows what else I can cook up that night!" Great news for Malden! The chicken kebob wrap I had there last week was outta sight!! • Happy May 31st birthday to a long-time friend, City Clerk Greg Lucey. Greg and I shared a locker together in the 7th grade at Beebe Jr High. Spent too many mornings at Schopell's in Malden Square during high school. And played many games of baseball together at Devir Park. Too many memories, all as wonderful as the next. It's a big one Luce but the gray looks good on you! Insert smiley face. • Throwback Friday...according to Billy O'Leary's big brother Bull (O'Leary), Hoss Condon's big brother (the late) Billy (Condon) was the last little leaguer to hit a home run at the old Converse Field. Converse Field was in front of the long-gone Converse Rubber Factory on Pearl Street. In its place today sits Donut Villa, John Brewer's Tavern, and Caldor's. • Bull also says he would take Joe Levine before Cliff Cioffi on his hoop team. Any day! • Oh my! One of the most dazzling front yard flower displays must be at (I believe) 20 Holden Street. Next time you drive by take a peek. Beautiful! MALDEN: TODAY| SEE PAGE 7

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Page 7 MALDEN: TODAY | FROM PAGE 6 • The newly created co-housing apartment building at the old Legion site is rapidly becoming a thing of beauty. Something Malden can be very proud of. That site cleaned up real nice. Looking forward to meeting our new neighbors. A welcome addition to the Pleasant Street landscape I predict that future tenants will have a profoundly positive eff ect on Malden. • Malden Rec Director Joe Levine has an already impressive resume. Who knew he also had a green thumb?! Kudo's Joe on the fabulous fl ower bed display on the Route 60 side of the stadium! Looks great as the bed of fl owers welcomes visitors to our fi ne city! • Rest in peace, Bill Asaro. “Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts.” • Congratulations to Malden, Mayor Christenson, and whoever else was onboard with $1,000 scholarships for all seniors in Malden. Leading the Commonwealth in thinking outside the box and putting government money to the best use; on the youth of Malden. • Mayor Christenson! Please continue to do the right thing. Please continue to base your decisions on common sense, pragmatism, and the good judgement you have always used in a very successful career so far. And as always, please continue to ignore the peanut gallery who claim up is down, black is white, and night is day. • Who else has noticed the sign for gas at the now closed World Gas Station at the corner of Forest and Main, $2.75 a gallon! Those were the days my friend. • I love M&M Liquor across the street from Murphy Insurance on Route 99 - said in best Tommy Heinsohn voice! Not only because they carry the coldest Ballantine Ale in town but for the cool 2004 Boston Red Sox World Series Champs neon Budweiser signage they have hanging on the wall! Keep up the great work guys and thanks for all you guys do. • Congratulations to me on celebrating a milestone birthday on June 3rd! Raviolis with meatballs, Black Forest Cake, Ballantine Ale, and the lighting of the Yahrzeit Memorial Candle for my grandpa; forgetaboutit!! • Bravo to the City of Malden for naming the City Hall Roof Deck Garden after the honorable Kenneth Desmond. A very good man who brought honor, dignity, and integrity to the Malden School Committee when elected in 1967. • Alma Pizza & Kitchen at 637 Broadway....outstanding service! Outstanding chow! I am now a regular!! The roast beef sandwich, on an onion roll, was one of tastiest sandwiches I’ve had in like, forever (and much better than the big chain roast beef place on Route 1). Forgetaboutit!" This is the end, beautiful friend, this is the end, my only friend, the end” - I was both humbled and thrilled when this hit my Inbox. Saddened when I read it though, her pain palpable even in the electronic word. Me, Peter Levine of Malden, was to be entrusted with a large sum of money. To invest, as I see fi t, for the betterment of mankind. I was not worthy. The plight of this young woman touched my heart and soul. But not my wallet (insert smiley face). For your reading pleasure I submit to you, a plea for help from across the world: "Please bear with me. I am writing this letter with tears and sorrow from my heart. Let me use this medium to open a mutual communication with you seeking your acceptance towards investing in your country under your management as my partner, My name is Aisha Gaddafi and presently living in Oman, i am a Widow and single Mother with three Children, the only biological Daughter of late Libyan President (Late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi ) and presently i am under political asylum protection by the Omani Government. I have funds worth "Seven Million Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars" which I want to entrust to you for investment projects in your country. If you are willing to handle this project on my behalf, kindly reply urgent to enable me provide you more details to start the transfer process, I shall appreciate your urgent response through my private email address below." www.eight10barandgrille.com We Have Reopened for Dine-In and Outside Seating every day beginning at 4 PM WE'RE OPEN! 8 Norwood Street, Everett (617) 387-9810 STAY SAFE!

Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Maldonian allegedly led chase into Boston after stealing police cruiser Suspect being evaluated at facility pending June 27 court date By The Advocate D uring the evening of June 7, a 28-year-old Malden woman allegedly stole a police cruiser right outside the Malden Police Station before leading a chase into downtown Boston. According to reports, the suspect jumped into the cruiser, which reportedly had its engine running, and raced away on Route 60/Eastern Avenue. After realizing the cruiser was stolen, Malden police issued an alert, and it was spotted driving erratically on the Zakim Bridge shortly before midnight. Massachusetts State Police attempted to stop the vehicle on I-93, but the driver took off. Troopers pursued the cruiser until it stopped at Boston’s Victoria’s Diner, which was closed. The driver, who was identified as Renelle Sonia, 38, of Malden, was arrested at the scene. Police said no one was injured and the cruiser was not damaged. She was charged with negligent operation, driving without a license, possessing stolen property and failing to stop for police. On Wednesday, Sonia was arraigned in Roxbury District Court, where her attorney said her client has an extensive history of mental illness. Sonia was taken to Tewksbury State Hospital for evaluation. She is due back in court on June 27. (S New bill promotes emerging blockchain technology industry workforce Rep. Cutler, Rep. Lipper-Garabedian bill would establish career training trust fund TATE HOUSE, Boston, MA) – Massachusetts is already home to a $12 billion plus blockchain technology industry. Meeting the current and future needs of this growing workforce is the goal of new legislation filed by Rep. Josh S. Cutler (D-Duxbury) and Rep. Kate Lipper-Garabedian (D-Melrose). Rep. Cutler and Rep. Lipper-Garabedian, co-chairs of the House Blockchain Technology Caucus, today announced the filing of House Docket 5169, An Act Relative to Workforce Training. This comprehensive piece of legislation seeks to expand the scope of workforce training and education programs to ensure that Massachusetts is well positioned to continue its leadership role as an international hub for blockchain innovation and as a destination for blockchain companies of all sizes and applications. The bill creates a Blockchain Career Training Trust Fund to provide grants to employer groups, one-stop career centers, and vocational schools to support careers in the blockchain technology industry, including paid internships and apprenticeships. The fund would be administered by the Commonwealth Corporation which would prioritize occupations identified as high need in the industry. This bill also directs the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development to work with relevant stakeholders to form a strategic plan for creating education and training programs in blockchain technology and matching those programs with employment opportunities in the industry. “Our innovation economy depends on our highly skilled workforce –– whether it’s biotech, advanced manufacturing, renewable energy, or now the emerging blockchain technology sector,” said Rep. Cutler, who also serves as House chairman of the Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development. “From blockchain-based startups and entrepreneurs to billion-dollar companies and industry recognized leaders, Massachusetts already boasts a flourishing blockchain sector. Now is the time to ensure we’ll Everett Aluminum 10 Everett Ave., Everett 617-389-3839 Owned & operated by the Conti family since 1958 • 57 Years! family since 1958 • 64 “Same name, phone number & address for over half a century. 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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Page 9 Malden High boys’ volleyball program honors seniors T he Malden High School boys’ volleyball program recently honored their seniors on Senior Night, following a win over Medford. Malden finished the regular season at 19-1. They won a first-round Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association State Tournament match over visiting St. John’s Shrewsbury before dropping a second-round matchup on the road to #4 Winchester on Tuesday. (Advocate Photos by Henry Huang) MHS senior Cyril Jeremie and friend Mackey & Brown Attorneys at Law Wishing the seniors well are, from left, juniors Eric Mei and Aidan Tham, senior Ivan Tao, juniors Kevin Lin, Jason Li and Justin Luo and senior Possible Ono. Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma We Sell Cigars & Accessories MHS senior Jason Ong, his girlfriend Kelly Le (to his left) and his family. R.Y.O. TOBACCO ---------TUBES CIGAR SMOKERS DELIGHT! 15 Handmade Churchill Size Cigars including a Cohiba - Long Leaf filler - wrapped $43.95 MHS senior Myo Thank Kyaw and family FIFTY YEARS 2022 Happy Father’s Day 1972 HUMIDOR SPECIAL! $99.95 Complete! Reg. Priced $149.95 * 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 A.B.C. CIGAR 170 REVERE ST., REVERE (781) 289-4959 Four-year Varsity starter and senior captain Kingson Chen Four-year Varsity starter and senior captain Yoji Yonetani and his family STORE HOURS: Monday - Saturday: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Sunday & Holidays: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM * 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. FATHER’S DAY IS COMING! Check our in-house SPECIALS! Buy Cigars by the Box & SAVE! Competitive prices on all Brands, Great Selection

Page 10 SCHOLARSHIPS | FROM PAGE 1 most memorable already in 2012, when it all took an untimely turn when he passed away while competing in an international level triathlon in mid-August that year at age of 53. One of the time-honored traditions at Rich Angelo's alma mater, Malden High School, is the Annual Senior Scholarship night where a wide array of scholarships are presented. For the past 10 years, Mr. Angelo's family has joined the many Individuals, groups, agencies and businesses in providing generous assistance to dozens of members of each year's Senior Class. At this year's event, held recently in the Jenkins Auditorium, Mr. Angelo's family members said both "hello" — and goodbye— to the audience. For the first time since 2019, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a full audience and presenters list was on hand for the event. After bestowing tens of thousands of dollars in previous scholarships over the past 10 years, family members announced the Richard Angelo Scholarship is being retired following this year, but not before also announcingthe largestever,one-night total in scholarships from one source in Malden High history. It was announced the Angelo Scholarship Fund this year is awarding 14 students their scholarships in the amount of $1,800 each, for a total of $25,200. That total will clear the funds remaining in the account, the family explained. Recipients included: "It has been an honor to assist Malden High students in Rich's name," they said. "His legacy has lived on very well." Malden High Principal Chris Mastrangelo said he was grateful for the ability to have the first full night of honors for the Class of 2022 Seniors as well as the generosity of the Angelo Family and the many other scholarship donors and sponsors. "It was great to be able to THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 THE GORDIE BARBRICK AND have as many family members and friends be able to attend this event and see their senior honored," Mastrangelo said. "We have so many generous individuals and groups who have helped so many of our students, present and past to continue their education." In addition to the traditional scholarships that have been bestowed for many years and most recent years, there was also a new scholarship awarded by the MHS Class of 1991 this year, in memory of the late former longtime Malden Public Schools educator, administrator and 27-year head football coach Paul Finn, who passed away earlier this year. This year's first Paul D. Finn Memorial Scholarship was presented in his memory by Melanie Philbook and Erika Christenon Israelson. The recipients of the $500 scholarships were a cheerleader, Alexandra Celona and member of the Malden High football team, Gavin West. "Paul Finn was such a kind, compassionate and caring man who helped so many students. We are honored to present a scholarship in Mr. Finn's memory," said Melanie Philbrook, noting that he served as House Principal for the Class of 1991. Following is a listing of most of the scholarship recipients from Senior Night: THE HONORABLE JEFFERY ABBER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Lissette Curran $1,000 THE SAMMY J. ALIBERTE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Nayalie Alcin $500 THE JOSEPH G. AMELIO SCHOLARSHIP Elizabeth Dominguez-Hernandez $150 THE DOMENIC A. ANTONUCCI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND Kayla Montina $150 JAMES A. TRINGALI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Shai Cohen $200 THE JOHN BENOTTI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Sammi Nie $1,000 BARRY BLACK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Ina Liu $1,000 THE CLARKE R. BROOKES SCHOLARSHI Armani Dure $200 THE BRUNELLI FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Catherine Kinuthia $200 STUDENT ATHLETES OF THE YEAR (Presented by Athletic Director Charlie Conefrey and Golden Tornado Club President Steve Freker on behalf of the GT Club) Female – Lissette Curran $1,000 Male –Yoji Yonetani $1,000 THE THOMAS KING ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP Alexandra Celona $500 Olivia Donahue $500 Cynthia Nguyen $500 Jason Ong $500 THE RUSSELL SMITH SCHOLARSHIP AWARD-Class of 1972 Female - Nevaeh Cherilus $400 Male - Gavin West $400 THE MICHAEL J. BYRNE LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS Female - Sarah Dzaferagic $1,000 Male – Kingson Chen $1,000 THE GOLDEN TORNADO ATHLETE SCHOLARSHIP Ronald Juarez $2,500 *** THE ANDREA GIANNATTASIO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND Sara Dzaferagic $500 Natalie Chen $500 Abby Tang $500 ARTHUR & MARGARET BOYLE SCHOLARSHIP Presented by Arthur P. Boyle Jr. Eliana Rua Geronimo $250 THE THOMAS F. COSGROVE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND Sarah Benson $150 THE HOLLIS E. DURGIN MELaw Offices of JOSEPH D. CATALDO, P.C. “ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW” • ESTATE/MEDICAID PLANNING • WILLS/TRUSTS/ESTATES • INCOME TAX PREPARATION • WEALTH MANAGEMENT • RETIREMENT PLANNING • ELDER LAW 369 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 (617)381-9600 JOSEPH D. CATALDO, CPA, CFP, MST, ESQUIRE. AICPA Personal Financial Specialist Designee MORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD David Higuera Milonopoulos $500 JAMES RICHARD DURLIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Shai Cohen $500 THE EARL EDEMANN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Davis Higuera Milonopoulos $500 THE DONALD FAVORAT SCHOLARSHIP Kellie Zhu $100 FIRST CHURCH IN MALDEN CONGREGATIONAL Kam Lun Cheung $2,500 Aiden Thompson $2,500 Tony Giech $2,500 Lenisa Wilson $2,500 LISA FRIESNER SPIRIT AWARD—Awarded to a graduating senior who exemplifies Lisa’s “all in” attitude to others, her school spirit and compassion Karen Rivera $1,000 THE JAMES F. GAFFEY SCHOLARSHIP Ronald Juarez $500 THE CARL GORDON GARLAND MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Tony Giech $500 Julie Huynh $500 GARY GILLAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Ho Yin Wong $2,000 THE MAJOR JOHN PATRICK “PAT” GILLEN, JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Joyce Yu $300 MALDEN FIREFIGHTERS—Local 902 Scholarship Presented by Malden FF Derrick Power Natalie Chen $500 Sharon Pan $500 Jing Ren $500 Ms. Kerry Veritas THE CARL GORDON GARLAND MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Presented by Ms. Kerry Veritas Jessica Gavin $500 FORESTDALE SCHOOL P.T.O. SCHOLARSHIP Presented by Ms. Pamela Zalaya Vanessa Ardai $300 Thomas Fitzpatrick $300 Regina Garza Ramirez $300 Abdul Haseeb $300 Natalia Matos $300 Aiden Thompson $300 Wilson Yip $300 MALDEN GRANGE #354 PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY Daniel Ribeiro $500 GEORGE A. HANNA, JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Kimberly Vo $500 DORIS AND JOSEPH KELLY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Ravanola Zamor $100 MALDEN KIWANIS CLUB SCHOLARSHIPS Sarah Alves Marques $1,000 Jennifer Wong $500 THE RALPH LINDSTROM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Jacquez Thompson $100 THE LORD FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Vincent Lin $100 THE ROBERT K. LOVE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Donald Ford $2,000 MALDEN HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP Renita Williams $500 MALDEN FEDERAL CREDIT UNION SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Elizabeth Eshetu $500 THE JOHN E. LIGHTBODY, JR. SCHOLARSHIP Presented by Mr. Michael Lightbody Shai Cohen $400 MICHAELLUUMEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Jason Ong $200 MALDEN HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, INC. Ms. Carol Scally/Ms. Arlene Ceppetelli Malden High School Alumni Association Academic Awards Maria Phillips $1,000 Roxane Leon $1,000 SAGER FAMILY FOUNDATION – In Memory of Nancy Finkelstein Abby Tang $1,000 FRIENDS and FAMILY of NANCY FINKELSTEIN Jessica Gavin $1,000 SAGER FAMILY FOUNDATION – For Business Sarah Alves Marques $1,000 GEORGE HOLLAND MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Mayada Giha $1,000 JOANNE IOVINO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Wendy Pierre $1,000 IN MEMORY of DIANE LIND Yusra Tafraoui $1,000 MICHAEL GOLDMAN HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE SCHOLARSHIP Hannah DeFreitas $1,000 MALDEN POLICE PATROLMAN ASSOCIATION– A student pursuing career in Law Enforcement/ Business Sophia Kouhail $1,000 MALDEN PUBLIC SCHOOLS PEPSI SCHOLARSHIPS Presented by Malden High Principal Mr. Christopher Mastrangelo Sara Alves Marques $750 Kidus Paulos $750 Jules Pouokam Nan Kambou $750 Ketshaly Philome $750 MALDEN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (MEA)Louise DeMeo Scholarships Presentedby Ms. Deborah Gesualdo, MEA President Liam O’Toole $100 Lauren Mallett $100 MEA – Donald E. Brunelli, Jr. Scholarships Micaela Henry $500 THE CHARLES R. MCGEOUCH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Shai Cohen $200 THE CORA NIEDNER SCHOLARSHIP Kayla Saunders $300 THE THOMAS F. O’DONNELL SCHOLARSHIP FUND—Student who demonstrates the most passion for history – Tom was SCHOLARSHIPS | SEE PAGE 11

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Page 11 Racial Amity Day united all cultures through jazz performances By Tara Vocino M ayor Gary Christenson declared the second Sunday in June as racial amity day during a jazz concert at the Senior Center on Sunday afternoon. Racial amity is uniting all cultures, despite differences. I n t erna ti onal tour in g/ recording artist Neal Itzler, who teaches at Berklee College of Music, on guitar. Isabel Miranda on guitar and Emmanuel Lopes on Cajon, translated to a Spanish drum. Dr. Emilia Philips said the definition of amity is translated to friendship or love. Sarah Hemingway performed a sung prayer, “Is there any remover of difficulties?” Event Organizer David Weigert gave the welcoming address. Mayor Gary Christenson, who emphasized the diversity in the city, read a proclamation, declaring the second Sunday in June as racial amity day. SCHOLARSHIPS | FROM PAGE 10 a former department head and mentor to many teachers in the history department at Malden High School Olivia Chan $500 THE SANDRA O’NEILL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Erick Rodriguez-Portillo $500 THE JOSEPH “JOEY” PISAPIA SCHOLARSHIP Sabastian Moise $150 THE ROBERT D. & DIANE ROTONDI SCHOLARSHIP Shai Cohen $400 THE JACOB RUDERMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND Tarek Fghani $100 THE ANTHONY SESTITO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHI8P Nicolas Ramos $100 THE BARBARA E.DANIELS SHERMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Eliana Rua Geronimo $1,000 DR. LOUIS SOLOMON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Gabriella Monteiro $100 THE CARMELA SPADAFORA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Jessica Wang $200 THE RANDAL S. SPRAGUE SCHOLARSHIP FUND Sabrina Yang $100 THE JACQUELINE M.STARR SCHOLARSHIP Luella Harding $500 Mayor Gary Christenson issued a proclamation to bass player/ composer Phil Morrison, who recorded songs with Fred Cole, brother of jazz singer Nat King Cole. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) GRADUATION SPEAKER AWARDS Presented by Malden High Principal Mr., Christopher Mastrangelo ORATOR AWARD –Tony Giech SALUTATORIAN AWARD –Olivia Chan VALEDICTORIAN AWARD – Jing Ren THE WILLIAM A. HAMPTON SCHOLARSHIP—Football Linsman Presented by Ms. Mary Hampton/Brother – John Hampton Ethan Heon $500 COUNCILLOR EILEEN M. FAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Vanessa Ardai $500 Elizabeth Eshetu $500 Sarah Oliveira $500 THE FRANKIE DECANDIA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Presented by Mr. Frank DeCandia & Marci DeCandia Carlos Aragon Aldana $500 Lissette Curran $750 Armani Dure $750 Melanie Pinheiro $500 Erick Rodriguez-Portillo $500 Lucas Williams $500 Joyce Yu $500 Ms. Madison Constanza/Ms. Laura Brousseau MARY ELLEN TRAMONDOZZI NURSING SCHOLARSHIP Presented by Ms. Madison Constanza/Ms. Laura Brousseau Lissette Curran $1,000 CLASS OF 2022 Spirit & Pride Awards Julie Huynh - President Sarah Oliveira - Vice President Christelle Jean - Secretary Sammi Nie - Treasurer Tony Giech - Art Director Lauren Mallett - Social Media Coordinator Mayada Giha / Tivian Nguyen - JV’s/Event Coordinators THE MURIEL SWIMM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP Presented by Ms. Glover Juliana Davidson $1,000 THE SEAN COLLINS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND Presented by Ms. Jeam Collins Alexi Dao $500 Olivia Donahue $500 THE BRENDAN & ELAINE DUFFY COLLEGIATE SCHOLARSHIP Presented by Mayor Gary Christenson Eliana Rua Geronimo $1,000 THE RICH ANGELO ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP Alexandra Celona $1,800 Natalie Chen $1,800 Lissette Curran $1,800 Erickah Douyon $1,800 Sara Dzaferagic $1,800 Emad Elfeky $1,800 Jessica Gavin $1,800 Maleena Haq $1,800 Lillyana Mayo $1,800 Sarah Oliveira $1,800 Jason Ong $1,800 Yusra Tafraoui $1,800 Abby Tang $1,800 Ivan Tao $1,800 LIVELIKEBECCASCHOLARSHIP Presented by Ms. Rachel Henderson/Lilah Alexandra Celona $1,000 Hannah DeFreitas $1,000 Sara Dzaferagic $1,000 THE DONNA FROIO DE LENA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Presrnted by Mr. Lou De Lena Donald Ford $1,000 Kellie Zhu $500 THE LUCEY FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Presented by former Mayor Ed Lucey Brendon Nordstrom $500 LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Reem Bouachra $500 Yusra Tafraoui $500 Neal Anderson & Kristy Magras THE ANDERSON FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Presented by former City Council President Neal Anderson & Kristy Magras Wendy Pierre $500 CLASSOF 1986 – LYNN MURPHY FINN SCHOLARSHIP Presented by Paul Murphy Eliana Rua Geronimo $1,000 MALDEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Class of ’82 ARLENE GOLDSTEIN CEPPETELLI SCHOLARSHIP Abby Tang $1,000 ALEXANDER GENTILE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Presented by Penny & Jerry Gentile Juliana Davidson $1,500 Jessica Gavin $1,500 Ms. Patricia McGovern EAST CAMBRIDGE SAVINGS BANK SCHOLARSHIP Presented by Ms. Patricia McGovern Chelsea Law $1,500 Linda Le $1,500 THE PAMELA PERRY WICKWIRE SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mr. Bob Wickwire / Ms. Judy Perry Reem Bouachra $3,000 Jessica Gavin $3,000 THE NICHOLAS WOFSEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Chris Bazzinotti / Marissa Wofsey David Higuera Milonopoulos $500 Ms. Melanie Philbrook/Ms. Erika Christenson Israelson THE PAUL D. FINN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP—CLASS OF ‘91 Ms. Melanie Philbrook/Ms. Erika Christenson Israelson Cheerleader – Alexandra Celona$500 Football Player – Gavin West $500 Retired Berklee College of Music Professor David Weigert, who has performed in A r g e n t i n a , Costa Ric a, Ecuador, Greece and Spain, on drums. Pianist/composer Ronald Zack, who is an accompanist for Fred Cole, brother of Nat King Cole, a renowned jazz singer.

Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Class dismissed – Malden, Saugus, Everett and Revere residents graduate at 17th Commencement of Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Malden resident Olivia Correale decorated her cap with pictures of family and friends. She plans to major in physical therapy this fall at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. DISPLAYING THEIR CAPS: Everett resident Brandon Paris, who plans to study sports management this fall at Endicott College, Malden resident Shamus Royds, who plans to become a plumber this fall, and Malden resident Shanley Saint-Vil, who plans to study public health this fall at UMass/ Lowell display their decorated caps during MVRCS graduation ceremonies last Friday. See pages _ for photo highlights.(Advocate photo by Tara Vocino) Everett resident Carissa Loesch, who played softball, received her high school diploma. Everett resident Nicolas Prezioso received an effort award in English. CLASS OFFICERS: Class Treasurer/Everett resident Uyen Thu Nguyen, who plans to major in interior design with a minor in business management at Wentworth Institute of Technology; Class Vice President/Melrose resident Amine Jamouq, who plans to major in architecture at Northeastern University; Class Secretary/Malden resident Amora Velic, who plans to major in international economy and child development at Tufts University; and Class President/Medford resident Jacob Stover, who plans to major in biomedical engineering at UMass Lowell. Jonathan Daniel Charlier celebrated. Class Marshall Daniel Nguyen led the graduates. A class marshal leads the charge for class to be dismissed. Pictured from left to right: proud father Ingram Sserubombwe, graduate Ingram Sserubombwe, mother Irene, cousin Franklin Nangonzi and cousin Jada Ssenkunda. He plans to attend Wentworth Institute of Technology. The Assistant Director for Grades 9-12, Matthew Stone, presented each graduate. Malden resident Amy Pham on flute

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Page 13 Aijun Guo plans to become a Husky for Northeastern University. Malden resident Allen Bulic (in center), who was the soccer captain and ran track, threw his cap into the air to celebrate. Salutatorian Ilona Beacom-Domotor (third from left), who has a 4.46 grade point average, is pictured with fellow graduates. She plans to major in bioengineering at Northeastern University this fall. Malden resident Gianna Gray graduated from Mystic Valley last Friday. “Everything ends and so our story begins” was decorated on this cap. World Language Chairman Matthew Offner and the Assistant Director for Grades 9-12, Matthew Stone, presented Malden resident Amora Velic with the General Excellence in Latin award. World Language Chairman Matthew Offner and the Assistant Director for Grades 9-12, Matthew Stone, presented Malden resident Melissa Laliberte with the Outstanding Effort in Latin award. Twins Rianna Griffiths, who plans to attend Salem State University this fall, and Kali Griffiths, who plans to become a medical esthetician, both hail from Malden. They are pictured with a cap decorated with their baby pictures. Malden resident Kali Griffiths received her diploma. Salutatorian Iloma BeacomDomotor received many academic awards in several disciplines. Darnelle Felisier performed “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Graduates lined up for the procession from the school gymnasium onto the outdoor field. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Malden community waves Old Glory in celebration of Flag Day By Tara Vocino ocal city and state officials, including civic organization members, celebrated Flag Day at Bell Rock Memorial Park on Tuesday night. L During Tuesday’s Flag Day celebrat ion at Bell Rock Memorial Park, Mayor Gary Christenson said the American flag flies proudly in the city. State and local officials were present. Pictured from left to right: State Representative Steven Ultrino, Councillor-at-Large Karen Colón-Hayes, State Representative Paul Donato, Ward 1 Councillor Peg Crowe, Mayor Gary Christenson, Ward 1 School Committee Member Michael Drummey, Ward 2 School Committee Member Rob McCarthy, Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy, American Legion Post Commander Barry Donovan, Councillor-at-Large Carey McDonald, Veterans’ Services Officer Kevin Jarvis and Highrock Malden Church Pastor Edwin Menon. Members of the Fire Department Honor Guard – Firefighter John Warner (at left) and Lt. Francis Healy – stood at attention. Not pictured but present in the Honor Guard: Captain Eric Truesdale and Lt. Nicholas Hooper. Lucas Williams, Brian Vences, Gabriella Illedobe, Leilah St. Fort and Julie Deng performed in the Malden High School Choral Arts Society. Veterans’ Services Officer Kevin Jarvis and American Legion Commander Barry Johnson held the American flag. Audience members Laurie Josefowitch and Paula and Elyse Valente waved American flags in the wind. Veterans’ Services Officer Kevin Jarvis said placing 10,000 flags on veterans’ graves for Memorial Day was a labor of love. State Representative Paul Donato stated that a veteran’s flag is carefully folded when he or she passes away. Highrock Malden Church Pastor Edwin Menon prayed for the country. Boy Scout Troop 603 Scout Anand Swaroop (at left), Bear Scout Anurag Sagar and Second Class Scout Steven Lawrence folded the American flag. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Members of the Malden High School Choral Arts Society performed patriotic songs.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Page 15 Cozy Arts and the Wilson House present Cozy Community PopUp, a free outdoor public event on June 25 An American flag, which was displayed on a fire engine, waved in the wind. C American Legion Commander Barry Donovan told the audience members what the flag used to look like. Ward 1 Councillor Peg Crowe thanked city organizations for making the Flag Day possible. ozy Community PopUp is part of Cozy Arts’ ongoing commitment to thoughtful family programming through its Signature Program, Cozy Corner. This newest offering is a series of free outdoor events for family audiences taking place in parks and public spaces throughout the Greater Boston area in summer/fall 2022. Cozy Arts’ productions address social emotional growth and community-building, and they are sensory friendly. Come sing along with Max Malden Boy Scout Troop 603 Bear Scout Anurag Sagar carried the American flag. Malden High School students: Shai Cohen on trumpet and Marianne Rivadeneira on clarinet. and friends and help make our community a welcoming place for everyone! This fun-filled event full of human and puppet characters speaks to themes of friendship, inclusion and community. Activities include a 40-minute sing-along puppet show followed by socially distanced craft activities, meet the puppet characters, the Book Nook quiet space, and takehome resources! For family audiences (ages three and older). Date & time: 10 a.m.–11:30 & 3 p.m.–4:30 p.m. Location: 68 High St., Malden. Reserve tickets: https://www. Announcer/Malden Boy Scout Troop 603 First Class Scout James Gage read what the flag’s colors symbolize. Malden High School student Jacir Stantos played a flute. eventbrite.com/e/cozy-popup-tickets-355392397227 Rain date: Sunday, June 26. Donations welcome: https:// www.cozyarts.org/donate/ Production team: Playwriters: Patti Rae Tomarelli, Rebecca Lehroff, Faye Dupras; Director: Jason Slavick; Music: Max Weigert; Performers: Max Weigert, Rebecca Lehroff; Puppeteer: Faye Dupras; Costumes: Kendra Bell; Puppets: Puppet Kitchen, Eric Wright. Funded in part by a grant from the Boston Foundation, Malden Cultural Council and the Mass Cultural Council. Members of the Police Honor Guard marched in procession during the Flag Day ceremony. Malden Girl Scout Troop 71117 Scout Sophie Grover spoke about what the flag’s colors symbolize. About Cozy Arts Cozy Arts is dedicated to creating original puppet productions and educational resources that invite children, and their adults, to cultivate trusting relationships, welcoming communities and a healthy planet. At Cozy Arts, which was founded in Boston in 2018, they believe that children of all backgrounds and abilities have feelings that matter and capacities that can change the world. Together with children, educators and families, Cozy Corner productions and resources explore how nurturing kindness, empathy and justice transforms lives. Cozy Arts strives to weave access into its work at every step, from concept and scripting to productions and resources: The themes, characters and stories are designed with physical, functional and social access in mind with the goal that everyone can feel at home with Cozy Arts. Artistic Director Faye Dupras founded Cozy Arts in 2018 after 20 years creating and producing touring theater and developing art and puppet-based programming for a variety of educational institutions. Faye oversees all aspects of creative development and production, from cowriting episodes and educational materials to performing as Mrs. Flutterby, Rory and others, and managing operations behind the scenes. Faye began her career as an apprentice to a master puppeteer. Founding Cozy Arts enabled Faye to bring together artists to address complex issues. Together, Faye and the team seek to cultivate children’s sense of curiosity about the world and the possibility of creating positive change. Faye earned a BFA in Drama for Human Development from Concordia University in Montreal and an MFA in Puppetry Arts from the University of Connecticut. She lives in Somerville, Mass., with her husband, son and three cats. For a full list of Cozy Arts company members: https://www. cozyarts.org/about/

Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 1031 EXCHANGES AND LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES I nternal Revenue Code Section 1031 allows an investor of real estate to sell his or her property at a substantial gain and replace that property with like-kind property within a certain period of time in order to defer paying capital gains taxes. The Investor must use a qualified intermediary to handle the transaction from beginning to end. The deferred capital gain serves to reduce the cost basis of the replacement property for purposes of a later sale and for purposes of calculating depreciation on the replacement property. Form 8824 is used to report the “like-kind” exchange as part of your 1040 or entity-level return. A single member LLC can enter into a 1031 exchange as well as a two or more member LLC. A single member LLC is transparent for tax purposes. No separate tax return has to be filed. If you are a self-employed individual operating as a single member LLC, you would simply report your income and expenses on Schedule C. If you own rental real estate titled in the name of a single-member LLC, you would report the rent income and expenses on Schedule E. If, however, you operate as a two or more member LLC, you must file Form 1065, U.S. Return of Partnership Income. You can also choose to be taxed as a corporation and either choose regular C Corporation status or S Corporation status. In Massachusetts, a common law state, a husband and wife that are 50% owners of a limited liability company must file Form 1065. In community property states, a husband and wife are considered to be one owner and therefore do not have to file Form 1065. Even if you owned a rental property just in your name, you could title the replacement property in the name of a single member LLC and still take advantage of Internal Revenue Code Section 1031. The single member LLC is disregarded for tax purposes. For a two or more member LLC, the 1031 exchange must take place at the entity level. The LLC would sell the rental real estate that it has title to and would title the replacement property in its name as well. The LLC would file its own Form 8824 to report the sale, deferred gain, any recognized gain if the full selling price was not reinvested, etc. A safe harbor holding period of the replacement property in order to secure the validity of the 1031 exchange is two years. Three years would be even better. There often are complexities when one or more of the partners do not wish to remain invested in rental real estate and would simply rather cash out and pay the tax. In that event, the partnership would look to into formulating a tax strategy that would accommodate the partners wishing to remain invested and wishing to defer the recognition of gain and the partners that wish to cash out can pay the capital gains tax on their share of the capital gain. Taking advantage of the 1031 exchange can save a significant amount in capital gains taxes and it should not be overlooked. Joseph D. Cataldo is an Estate Planning/Elder Law Attorney, Certified Public Accountant, Certified Financial Planner, AICPA Personal Financial Specialist and holds a Master’s Degree in Taxation. Mystic Valley Baseball Eagles advance with tourney win over Greenfield Special to The Advocate A fter finishing 17-4 on the regular season this past weekend, the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School boys’ baseball team defeated Greenfield High School by a score of 2-0, advancing Mystic Valley to the Sweet 16 in the Massachusetts State Baseball Tournament. It was not easy starting with a two-hour bus ride from Malden to Greenfield, and it ended with closer Dylan Santoro coming in for one-third of an inning, up by two runs, with runners on first and second. Santoro, with ice in his veins, threw four pitches to strike out Greenfield and end the game. Mystic Valley’s starting pitcher, Brandon Paris, was stellar, pitching shutout ball for six and twothirds innings and letting up only two hits, while striking out five. Paris handled the immense pressure with ease, but he didn’t do it alone, having some great defense behind him. In fact, after taking an early lead (1-0) in the first inning, Greenfield had a runner on second with two outs, and their batter hit a sinking liner to left that looked certain it would drop for a hit. Instead, senior left fielder David Jankowski robbed him with a diving catch, saving a certain run that would have tied the game. Mystic Valley Baseball: For Mystic Valley the game was a defensive gem. Right fielder Jack Mangone caught three fly balls; two of the three were line drives in the gap that he had to track down. Center fielder Lukas DeGuire, not to be outdone, also made an outstanding play: tracking down a line drive in right center and making an onthe-run catch. Behind the plate – besides calling a great game – senior Jake Stover picked off a runner at second base; shortstop Dylan Santoro had to pick the ball off the ground to tag out the runner, ending a threat in the fourth inning. While the defense was making potential game-saving plays, the offense was chipping away at a very good Greenfield pitching staff. In the first inning, Mystic Valley capitalized on a dropped third strike that got Dylan Santoro to first base. Two hits later freshman Joshua Stover drove him in with a base hit to right. Although Mystic Valley’s offense would threaten a few more times, they wouldn’t score their second and final run until the fifth inning when Jack Mangone singled to start the inning off and advanced to second and third on wild pitches. Mangone was then driven in by a sacrifice fly to right hit by Jake Stover. “This game was pressure packed from the opening pitch,” said first year Head Coach Bryan Straccia, “and now Mystic Valley has a chance to do what no other Mystic Valley baseball team has ever done, make it past the sweet sixteen to the round of eight.” Mystic Valley’s next game will be against Mount Greylock, another Western Mass. team. Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Eagles Varsity Baseball Team, pictured from left to right: Top row: Assistant Coach Thomas Hannifan, Lukas DeGuire, Brandon Paris, Tyler Santoro, Assistant Coach Sean Regan (in back), David Jankowski, Amine Jamouq, Jacob Stover, Josh Stover, Dylan Santoro and Timothy Rosell; bottom row: Riya Tanizaki, Liam Thompson, Harrison Mahoney, Jack Mangone, Liam Powers, Vishant Chawla, James Lyman, Benjamin Hickey and Head Coach Bryan Straccia (far right). REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS BUYER1 ORLOVE, STEVEN PIZZI, JOSEPH PALLANCA, ISABELLE BUYER2 ORLOVE, GARY SELLER1 WONG, LAI-MUI F 495 499 MEDFORD ST LLC CANNON, DANIEL R CANNON, EMILY R SELLER2 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. 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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Page 17 Meet the 2022 Mystic Valley Regional High School Eagles Varsity Baseball Team a y avvy S iorenniiooro a Everett resident, pitcher Brandon Paris Saugus Shortstop Dylan Santoro. Pitcher/Centerfielder Riya Tanazaki of Malden. avvyavvy iori Almost 65 Dear Almost, If you’re enrolling in original Medicare, getting a supplemental policy (also known as Medigap insurance) too is a smart idea because it will help pay for things that aren’t covered by Medicare like copayments, coinsurance and the Part A deductible. Here are some tips to help you choose an appropriate plan. Medigap Plans In all but three states (Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Wisconsin), Medigap plans, which are sold by private health insurers, are available to new enrollees in eight diff erent standardized plans. These plans are labeled with the letters A, B, D, G, K, L, M and N, with two more, C and F, that are only available to those eligible for Medicare before 2020. Plan G is the most popular policy among new enrollees because it covers the most comprehensive range of benefi ts. Monthly premiums for Plan G typically range between $100 and $300, depending on your age and the state you reside in. If that’s more than you’re willing to pay, there are also high-deductible plans that have lower premiums but impose higher out-of-pocket costs. For more information on the diff erent types of plans and covMalden Center-fi elder Lukas DeGuuire. Saugus resident Tyler Santoro is a pitcher and third baseman. erage details, including Medigap options in Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, go to Medicare.gov/publications and type in “choosing a medigap policy” in the Keyword box, and download their 2022 guide. Or call 1-800-MEDICARE and ask them to mail you a copy. How to Choose To pick a Medigap policy that works best for you, consider your health, family medical history and your budget. The diff erences among plans can be small and rather confusing. To help you choose, visit Medicare.gov/medigap-supplemental-insurance-plans and type in your ZIP code. This will give you a list of the plans available in your area, their price ranges and the names, and contact information of companies that sell them. But to get specifi c pricing information, you’ll need to contact the carriers directly or call your State Health Insurance Assistance Program. See ShipHelp.org or call 877-839-2675 for contact information. Since all Medigap policies with the same letter must cover the exact same benefi ts (it’s required by law), you should shop for the cheapest policy. You’ll get the best price if you sign up within six months after enrolling in Medicare Part B. During this open-enrollment period, an insurer cannot refuse to sell you a policy or charge you more because of your health. You also need to be aware of the pricing methods, which will afSenior Captains, pictured from left to right: Brandon Paris (Everett resident), Tyler Santoro (Saugus resident), David Janakowski (Medford resident), Jacob Stover (Medford resident) and Amine Jamouq (Melrose resident) with assistant coaches Sean Regan, second from left, with Thomas Hannifan, far left, and Head Coach Bryan Straccia, far right. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Library kicks off a summer of reading and fun J oin us on Thursday, June 23 from 1-2:30 p.m. on the front lawn of the Malden Public Library for our Summer Reading Kickoff Celebration. Ice cream will be served, live music will be available, and you will be able LIBRARY | SEE PAGE 22 to sign up for our summer read- ing program. This year’s theme fect your costs. Medigap policies are usually sold as either: “community-rated” where everyone in an area is charged the same premium regardless of age; “issue-age-rated” that is based on your age when you buy the policy, but will only increase due to infl ation, not age; and “attained-age-rated,” that starts premiums low but increases as you age. Community-rate and issue-age-rated policies are the best options because they will save you money in the long run. You can buy the plan directly from an insurance company, or you can work with a reputable insurance broker. Drug Coverage You also need to know that Medigap policies do not cover prescription drugs, so if you don’t have drug coverage, you’ll need to buy a separate Medicare Part D drug plan too. See Medicare.gov/ plan-compare to compare plans. Also note that Medigap plans do not cover vision, dental care, hearing aids or long-term care. Alternative Option Instead of getting original Medicare, plus a Medigap policy and a separate Part D drug plan, you could sign up for a Medicare Advantage plan (see medicare.gov/plan-compare) that provides allin-one coverage. These plans, which are sold by insurance companies, are generally available through HMOs and PPOs that require you to get your care within a network of doctors. 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. n r by Jim Miller How to Choose a Medicare Supplemental (Medigap) Policy Dear Savvy Senior, I’m planning to enroll in original Medicare in a few months and have been told I probably need to get a Medicare supplemental policy too. Can you off er any tips on selecting one?

Page 18 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Mystic Valley lacrosse team wins tourney match against Abington in squeaker, 9-8 Sophomore Niamh Stewart was cheered on by her teammates at Mystic Valley Regional Charter School before taking on Abington on Monday in their playoff game. Senior Emma Regan was cheered on by her teammates at Mystic Valley Regional Charter School before taking on Abington on Monday in their playoff game. Lucia Antonucci made her way to the goal for the Eagles of Mystic Valley on Monday during their 9-8 win over Abington. Senior Mya Brutus looked for an open teammate during Mystic Valley’s match with Abington on Monday. The Eagles took the win 9-8 in a back-and-forth game. Sophie Blandino worked to get the ball closer to goal territory for the Mystic Valley Eagles as players from Abington closed in during their playoff game on Monday. Senior Ilona Beacom-Domotor looked to make her way through two players from Abington during Mystic Valley Regional Charter School’s playoff game on Monday. The Eagles took Abington, 9-8, in a back-and-forth game. Girls lacrosse team coach Ali Jordan, Mairead St. Clair, Ilona Beacom-Domotor and Sophie Blandino cheered as they walked off the field after taking the win in the playoff game against Abington on Monday, 9-8. Lucia Antonucci of Mystic Valley tried to avoid the stick of a player from Abington as she made her way to the goal on Monday during their 9-8 win. Goalie Danni Hughes worked to defend the goal for Mystic Valley Regional Charter School during their playoff game against Abington on Monday. The 2022 Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Eagles Girls LAX Team Mystic Valley Eagles lacrosse teammate Charlie Crain cheered on her teammates during the Eagle’s 9-8 win over Abington on Monday. (Advocate photos by Emily Harney) Mairead St. Clair defended the ball from behind a player from Abington during Mystic Valley’s playoff game on Monday.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Page 19 OBITUARIES Gary Joseph Lopresti, Sr. Gary J. Lopresti, Sr, a lifelong resident of Malden, passed away at the VA Medical Center in West Roxbury on Sunday, May 29th, after a lengthy illness. Gary was born at the Chelsea Naval hospital in 1951, the son of Alfred and Margaret Lopresti. He was raised and educated in Malden, and graduated from Malden High School with the Class of 1969. After high school, he worked for a short time at the US Postal Service before enlisting in the US Air Force. He served with the Air Force for 4 years during the Vietnam era, and upon his honorable discharge, he returned to both Malden and his job with the US Postal Service. In 1971, Gary married his sweetheart, Marleen M. Knowlton and the two settled down in Malden to raise their family. They shared over 50 years of marriage together. He worked at the South Postal Annex as a Supervisor for nearly 40 years. As a 2nd degree black belt, he gave lessons to nurses at Malden hospital. In 2012-2016, he attended Suff olk University where he graduated with Honors with a degree in Finance. He also founded G & G Construction and Lopresti Insurance Agency which had offi ces in Malden, Somerville, and Chinatown. He loved his house, making repairs, building porches and decks, and was a very skilled woodworker. He also was a passionate baker, as anyone who enjoyed his breads, muffi ns, and brownies will attest. More recently, he fulfi lled a lifelong dream of getting his pilots license. Gary was a faithfull and dedicated member of St. Joseph’s Church in Malden. He had strong devotion to the Blessed Mother and never hesitated to look to her for guidance. He is survived by his wife Marleen M. Lopresti and his 4 children, Julann Casaletto of Malden and her husband Edwin, Gary J. Lopresti Jr of Melrose and his wife Karla , Anthony D. Lopresti of WI and his wife Maureen, and Dr. Matthew F. Lopresti of Wayland and his wife Dr. Mary, his siblings, Alfred Lopresti of FL, Richard Lopresti of NH, John Lopresti of NH, Michael Lopresti of NH, Helen Lopresti of NH, his grandchildren, Zachary, Christianna, Gabrielle, Sophia, Ava, Josh, Liv, David, Madeline, Henry, Jax, and Caroline, and his great granddaughter, Zoey. In addition to his parents, Gary was preceded in death by his sister, Margaret LaBerge. Funeral Services were held from the Weir-MacCuish Golden Rule Funeral Home, 144 Salem St, Malden followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Joseph’s Church in Malden. Interment in the Veteran’s Section of Forest Dale Cemetery, Malden. In Lieu of flowers, donations, kindly consider making donations to: Make-A-Wish Foundation, 133 Federal St 2nd fl oor, Boston, MA 02110. John Andy Robinson John Andy Robinson, owner of Abby Carpet in Malden, passed away on Wednesday, June 8th, in Exeter, NH. John was born in Malden in 1959. son of Seabrook, NH, is brother, Peter Robinson of Malden, his grandchildren, William, Elizabeth, and Katherine, and his former wife, Theresa M. Robinson. John was preceded in death by his father, Max Shackelford. Funeral Services were held in the Weir-MacCuish Golden Rule Funeral Home on June 14th. OBITUARIES| SEE PAGE 20 - LEGAL NOTICE - COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Division Docket No. MI22P3046EA Estate of: ALVIN L. FITZPATRICK, JR. Date of Death: May 12, 2022 INFORMAL PROBATE PUBLICATION NOTICE To all persons interested in the above captioned estate, by The son of Robert and Elizabeth Robinson, he grew up in the Edgeworth section of Malden. He graduated from from Malden High School with the Class of 1977. After High School, he began working in the carpet installation business, and became owner of Abbey Carpet in Malden, which he ran for many years. In his spare time, he enjoyed playing golf, and spending time with friends and family. After his semi-retirement 10 years ago, John moved to Tampa, Florida, until a few years ago when he moved to Seabrook, NH, to be closer to family. He is survived by his children, Lorri A. Castadoro and husband, James of Seabrook, NH, and John T. RobinPetition of Petitioner Teresa A. Fitzpatrick of Malden, MA. Teresa A. Fitzpatrick of Malden, MA has been informally appointed as the Personal Representative of the estate to serve without surety on the bond. The estate is being administered under informal procedure by the Personal Representative under the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code without supervision by the Court. Inventory and accounts are not required to be filed with the Court, but interested parties are entitled to notice regarding the administration from the Personal Representative and can petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including distribution of assets and expenses of administration. Interested parties are entitled to petition the Court to institute formal proceedings and to obtain orders terminating or restricting the powers of Personal Representatives appointed under informal procedure. A copy of the Petition and Will, if any, can be obtained from the Petitioner. June 17, 2022

Page 20 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 19 1. 1. On June 17, 1775, the Battle of Bunker Hill was fought; what is the name of the Battle’s other hill? 2. 2. What European country has six villages called Silly? 3. 3. What is the heaviest land animal in North America? 4. 4. What are Japanese zori, which were brought to America by returning soldiers after World War II? 5. 5. June 18 is International Picnic Day; reportedly, picnics fi rst became popular after what revolution? 6. 6. What is the name of Simba’s father in “The Lion King”? 7. 7. On June 19, 1676, Massachusetts declared amnesty for all Native Americans who surrendered during what war? 8. 8. What did Julius Petri invent? 9. 9. What mammal can fl y? 10. 10. On June 20, 1863, on condition that its slaves were freed, what became the 35th state which had the motto “mountaineers always freemen”? 11. 11. What imaginary animal is Scotland’s national animal? 12. 12. Mount Etna, the world’s oldest active volcano, is where: Greece, Sicily or Tonga? 13. 13. How are “Mr. Mistoff elees,” “Old Deuteronomy” and “Growltiger” similar? 14. 14. On June 21, 1948, at NYC’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, successful long-playing records were introduced to the public; for what rpm speed were they designed for? 15. 15. In what war was the USS Constitution nicknamed “Old Ironsides”? 16. 16. What orange fi sh has the name of an entertainer in its name? 17. 17. What poet with a younger sister named Lavinia stated, “To see the Summer Sky / Is Poetry, though never in a Book it lie – / True Poems fl ee –”? 18. 18. On June 22, 1946, what reservoir in New England was fi lled up? 19. 19. Alexander Graham Bell suggested to use what word to answer the phone: ahoy, halloo or hello? 20. 20. On June 23, 1917, Red Sox pitcher Ernie Shore retired 26 batters in a row; what pitcher had he replaced who had punched an umpire? ANSWERS Bidding procedures shall be in accordance with M.G.L. c. 7c, SS44-58, as most recently amended, and all other applicable laws. The estimated project value is: $ 700,000.00 Bid Forms and Contract Documents will be available on 6/22/2022 at 9:00 am by email request to Ed Fahey at efahey@maldenhousing.org. A Pre-bid Meetings will be held on June 29, 2022, at 10:00 am at 89 Pearl Street, Malden, MA, in the community room. Bidder’s written questions will be received and responded to until 2:00 pm, July 6, 2022 at: efahey@maldenhousing.org. Sealed proposals will be received and time stamped at the MHA’s Main Administrative Offices, 630 Salem Street, Malden, MA until 2:00 PM on July 20, 2022. Responses received after this time will not be reviewed. Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 (12 U.S.C. 1701u) (Section 3) Part 135 - Economic Opportunities for Low- and Very Low-Income Persons shall apply to this project. Copies of the above are bound in the bid documents and are fully integral portions of the conditions of the contract with which each contractor and sub-contractor must comply. The MHA reserves the right to reject any or all general bids if it is MHA’s best interest to do so. June 17, 2022 Request for Proposal MHA #053022 The Malden Housing Authority (MHA) is seeking sealed bids from Architect/Engineering firms experienced in KEE and/or KEE FB or PVC single ply systems for the following project: Replacement of Roofing System and Related Work at 89 Pearl Street, Malden, MA 02148, MHA #053022, in accordance with the documents. Nature and scope of work: This is a federally funded project and Federal law and regulation shall apply in addition to the law and requirements of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The MHA is soliciting proposals from a qualified Architect/Engineering Consultant firms with demonstrable experience in providing services to HUD Funded Authorities for Roof Replacement and related work. In lieu of fl owers, the family requests that in Johns memory you perform a random act of kindness, calling a friend or relative you haven’t spoken to in a while, help an elderly neighbor, forgive and old grudge, any act of kindness to brighten someone’s day. Steven E. DiGiacomo Steven E. DiGiacomo passed away suddenly on June 11, 2022. He was 73 years old. Steven was a longtime resident of Malden and past owner of DiGiacomo Insurance Agency in Malden. A lifelong and avid gardener, Steve’s incessant and gregarious commentaries over the best way to plant, fertilize and water the garden entertained and educated all his family and friends. Steve’s motto was, if one zucchini plant was good…10 was better. When he was not in his beautiful garden or playing with his beloved dog, Rusty, Steve was happiest on the water fi shing. Deemed as the 4 Musketeers, along with Bob, Mike and Al, Steve was a constant source of laughter on board. When his fi shing soirees were over, it was time to hit the kitchen; armed with a prolifi c amount of ingredients, Steve would order Joanne around the kitchen and ultimately there would be a feast. Steve wrote his own rules. He lived 1,000 years in his 74 calendar years because he attacked life, grabbed it by its lapels, kissed it and swung it on the dance fl oor. Steve was a rare combination of someone who had a love of life and a fi rm understanding of what was important – the simplicity of living life with those you love. He will be sorely missed by those he loved and who loved him. Steven was the beloved husband of Joanne P. (Catalano) DiGiacomo. He was the son of the late Eugene and Elizabeth (Meehan) DiGiacomo. Steven was the dear brother of Alex DiGiacomo and his wife Michele of Georgia and John DiGiacomo of Georgia. He was the uncle of David DiGiacomo and Lindsay and Jodie Catalano. He is also survived by many cousins, loving friends and his beloved dog Rusty. Visitation will be held at the A. J. Spadafora Funeral Home, 865 Main St., Malden on Friday, June 17 from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. A service will be held at 12:30 p.m. during the visitation. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. 1. 1. Breed’s 2. 2. France 3. 3. American bison 4. 4. A type of fl ip-fl op sandal that became a craze in the USA 5. 5. The French Revolution, because then royal parks were opened to the public for the fi rst time 6. 6. Mufasa 7. 7. King Philip’s War 8. 8. A way to grow bacteria in gelatin (namesake of petri dish) 9. 9. Bat 10. 10. West Virginia 11. 11. Unicorn 12. 12. Sicily 13. 13. They are fi ctional characters in T.S. Eliot’s “Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats” and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical “Cats” that was based on the book. 14. 14. 33-1/3 15. 15. The War of 1812 16. 16. Clown fi sh 17. 17. Emily Dickinson 18. 18. Quabbin 19. 19. Ahoy 20. 20. Babe Ruth

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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Page 23 # 1 Listing & Selling Office in Saugus “Experience and knowledge Provide the Best Service” Free Market Evaluations CRE CarpenitoRealEstate.com View our website from your mobile phone! 335 Central St., Saugus, MA 781-233-7300 LYNN - 6 Store Fronts (consisting of two condos), ALL occupied – great income, minimal expenses make this a great investment, 1031 tax exchange, etc, centrally located, great foot traffic, close to public transportation.................................................................................$2,799,900. SAUGUS - 1st AD Nicely located 7 room Colonial offers 3 bedrooms, livingroom, diningroom, Great 1st floor fireplace family room w/skylight, new appliances, level lot with patio, convenient side street location, wonderful opportunity!...................$599,900. SAUGUS - Great Opportunity to own a piece of Route One – this long standing strip mall offers over acre of land with ample parking, high traffic area and great visibility! One vacant unit ready for you!......................$3,500,000. SAUGUS - Two family offers 6/4 rooms, 3/2 bedrooms, plus additional living space, separate utilities, two fireplaces, central air, inground pool, sprinkler system, great for extended or large family.....$850,000. SAUGUS - Elegant, Custom CE Col boasting 10+ rms, 4 bedrms, 3 1/2 baths, gourmet kit w/custom quartz counters & center island, dining area leading to custom deck, spacious familyrm w/marble fireplace. 2 car gar, out-of-a-magazine backyard w/custom stone walls & patio, gorgeous IG pool, Homeland Estates.....$1,250,000. SAUGUS - 1st AD Custom Colonial featuring 8 rms, 3 bdrms, 2 1/2 baths, 2 car garage, hardwood floors, master bdrm w/ private bath, gas heat, central air, updated roof. PLUS 4 room, 1 bedroom au pair suite with separate entrance & separate laundry...................................................................$899,900. PEABODY - 1st AD - 7 rm Col offers 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 1st flr bedroom, lg kit w/island seating, master suite w/full bath, finished LL w/playrm, entertainment size deck, beautiful yard w/AG pool. Great family home!....................................................$739,900 WONDERING WHAT YOUR HOME IS WORTH? CALL US FOR A FREE OPINION OF VALUE. 781-233-1401 38 MAIN STREET, SAUGUS FOR SALE FOR SALE EVERETT - Well-established Auto Body/Auto Repair shop, 6 bays, 3 offices, 2 half bath, ample parking, many possibilities, close to all major routes, & Encore Casino..............................................$1,600,000. SAUGUS - 8 rm Split Entry Ranch, 3 bedrms, 3 baths, great open concept, granite kit w/island, master suite, finished playroom in LL, 2 car garage, inground pool, located on cul-de-sac...$789,900. LET US SHOW YOU OUR MARKETING PLAN TO GET YOU TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR HOME! LITTLEFIELDRE.COM 624 SALEM STREET, LYNNFIELD FOR SALE FOR SALE - 12 BED, 4F 2H BATH, 4 UNIT APT. BLDG, 8 OFF-STREET PARKING IN DESIRABLE AREA IN SOMERVILLE $1,900,000 CALL DANIELLE 978-987-9535 FOR RENT FOR SALE - YOU WILL DEFINITELY BE WOWED WHEN YOU WALK THROUGH THE FRONT DOOR OF THIS CHARMING HOME! SITUATED RIGHT OFF DOWNTOWN, THIS OPEN CONCEPT COLONIAL OFFERS 3 BEDS, 2 FULL BATHS AND A FULL WALK-OUT BASEMENT TO DECK AND YARD. THE 1ST FLOOR OFFERS A LARGE LIVING ROOM OPEN TO AN UPDATED KITCHEN WITH STAINLESS APPLIANCES WITH GAS COOKING, EXPOSED BRICK, HARDWOOD FLOORS, RECESSED LIGHTING, FORMAL DINING, BRAND NEW FULL BATH, AND A NEW TILE MUDROOM OFF THE FARMERS PORCH. THE SECOND FLOOR IS JUST AS INVITING WITH A FULLY TILED 3/4 BATH WITH A LARGE WALK-IN SHOWER, BEAUTIFUL VANITY WITH PENDANT LIGHTING, AND 3 LARGE BEDROOMS WITH HARDWOOD FLOORS. ALL NEW PLUMBING, ELECTRIC,HEAT, ROOF, GUTTERS, DECK, FRENCH DRAIN, BATHS, KITCHEN, BEDROOM CEILINGS, AND 3 WINDOWS WITHIN THE LAST 5 YEARS. BASEMENT HAS HIGH CEILINGS FOR POTENTIAL OF FINISHING FOR ADDITIONAL LIVING SPACE. CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN, TRAIN, LAKE, RESTAURANTS AND MORE. QUICK COMMUTE TO BOSTON AND POINTS NORTH! WAKEFIELD $549,900 CALL DEBBIE 617-678-9710 LOOKING TO BUY OR SELL? CALL PENNY MCKENZIE -VENUTO FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS! 781-929-7237 FOR SALE FOR SALE - 3 BED, 2 BATH COLONIAL/ MULTI LEVEL COMPLETELY RENOVATED WITH 2 BED CARRIAGE HOUSE SAUGUS $849,000 CALL KEITH 781-389-0791 FOR RENT - 2 BED 1 BATH UPDATED UNIT. FULL KITCHEN. HEAT & HOT WATER INCLUDED SAUGUS $2,000 CALL RHONDA 781-706-0842 FOR SALE FOR SALE- 2 PLUS ACRES OF RESIDENTIAL LAND. WATER AND SEWER AT SITE SAUGUS $850,000 CALL RHONDA FOR DETAILS 781-706-0842 FOR SALE FOR SALE - 2 BED, 1 BATH WITH DEN ADDITION AND PITCHED ROOF. PLENTY OF PARKING PEABODY $159,900 CALL ERIC 781-223-0289 FOR SALE - 3 BED, 1 BATH WITH MANY UPDATES IN DESIRABLE PARK. PEABODY $169,900 CALL ERIC 781-223-0289 FOR SALE -BRAND NEW MANUFACTURED MOBILE HOMES. FOUR CUSTOM UNITS LEFT. ALL UNITS ARE 2 BED , 1 BATH 12 X 52. DANVERS $199,900 CALL ERIC 781-223-0289

Page 24 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 17, 2022 Follow Us On: COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SALES & RENTALS Happy Spring! Sandy Juliano Broker/President A great time to think of selling or buying! Call today for a free market analysis. WE KNOW EVERETT!! Call TODAY to sell or buy with the best! NEW LISTING UNDER AGREEMENT THREE FAMILY UNDER AGREEMENT TWO FAMILY 46-48 OLIVER STREET EVERETT CALL SANDY FOR DETAILS! 129 CLARENCE ST., EVERETT $779,900 CALL SANDY FOR DETAILS! 617-448-0854 SOLD BY NORMA AS BUYER’S AGENT TAUNTON EVERETT - FOUR BEDROOM $2,300/MO. - AVAILABLE MAY 15 CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS 617-590-9143 FOR RENT RENTED CALL US FOR ALL YOUR PROPERTY RENTAL NEEDS AT 617-448-0854 SOLD BY SANDY! HUGE 3 FAMILY 21-23 CLEVELAND AVE., EVERETT $980,000 SOLD BY SANDY! 32 RIDGE RD., READING $675,000 ONE BEDROOM APT. ONE CAR - OFF STREET PARKING. $1,750/MO. SOLD BY JOE! 6 FAMILY CHARLES STREET, MALDEN $1,250,000 CALL JOE FOR DETAILS 617-680-7610 SOLD BY NORMA! SINGLE FAMILY 20 BAKER RD., EVERETT $509,900 CONDO SOLD BY SANDY AS BUYERS AGENT! Open Daily From 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149 Open Daily From 10:0 Joe DiNuzzo - Broker Associate :0 00 AM 5:00 PM www.jrs-properties.com Follow Us On: 617.448.0854 Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent Denise Matarazz - Agent Maria Scrima - Agent Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent Michael Matarazzo -Agent Mark Sachetta - Agent

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