Maldden alld a Vol. 30, No. 46 den -FREEThe Advocate will publish on Wednesday for Thanksgiving! AADD By Christopher Roberson F or the time being, the tenants at 22 Lebanon St. can rest easy, as the city has stalled plans expressed by Mystic Valley Regional Charter School (MVRCS) requiring residents to move out of the building by the end of the year. Attorney George Warren, chairman of the MVRCS Board of Trustees, said he was contacted by Councillor-at-Large Craig Spadafora, who asked that the board “put a pause on the evictions.” “Reasonable people will come up with a reasonable resolution,” said Warren. “Thanks to Councillor Spadafora, we nipped this one in the bud and we’re going to work it out.” While there are no definitive plans for the property, Warren said tenants will need to move out after January 1, 2022. “We’re not in the business of being landlords,” he said, adding that the board will CTE OCAT AT www.advocatenews.net Councillor convinces MVRCS to delay evictions at Lebanon Street property Published Every Friday 617-387-2200 Special to All-American Girls Professional League by Sara Zakaria Craig Spadafora Councillor-at-Large assist tenants with fi nding new housing. The property at 22 Lebanon St., which houses four residential units, was one of three parcels purchased by MVRCS on July 22. Following the sale, EVICTIONS | SEE PAGE 5 I n 1954, she played for the South Bend Blue Sox. Before that, she was an outfi elder and pitcher for the Rockford Peaches, a team made iconic by the 1992 film “A League of Their Own.” She joined her fi rst team in the All-American Girls ProfessionNORDQUIST| SEE PAGE 10 Malden American Legion Post Celebrates Veterans Day E Friday, November 19, 2021 Helen ‘Nordie’ Nordquist: from Malden High to ‘A League of Their Own’ This 1950 MHS grad and Hall of Famer was this city’s fi rst professional baseball player in women’s league Helen “Nordie” Nordquist played professional baseball for the now world-famous Rockford (Illinois) Peaches, a women’s team in a women’s league, just two years out of Malden High School. (Courtesy/Linda Glover) “Merry Malden” kicks off second annual holiday drive Will benefi t Malden families in need T he Merry Malden Holiday Drive is kicking off this month for the second year in a row. HONORING OUR HEROES: Lt. Jim Loehwing, Malden Veterans Services Director Kevin Jarvis, Malden American Legion Post 69 Chaplain Arthur Kahn and Commander Barry Donavan are shown during the Post’s Veterans Day ceremony last Thursday. See page 13 for photo highlights. (Advocate photo) “Merry Malden” is a collaborative eff ort to spread cheer and help Maldonians in a season of great need. Founded last year in response to the pandemic and coordinated by numerous community groups and city departments, the Merry Malden holiday drive aims to match families in need of help with community members ready to pitch in and give. It starts this week and will continue through December. Any Malden resident needing assistance with toys, winter clothing or gift cards this holiday season should email MerryMalden2021@gmail.com with as much information as possible, including sizes and ages of recipients, and organizers will match each request with a sponsor. All donations are confi dential and anonymous. Community members or local organizations looking to donate money, gifts, clothing or time delivering presents can email Merry Malden starting now, and they will be matched with a need to support. Delivery drivers, shoppers and donors are all needed to make Merry Malden a success! The deadline to request help this year is Sunday, Dec. 12. Wrapped gifts will be distributed the weekend of December 18 and 19. For more information or questions, please contact Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan at 781-873-9224 or alinehan@cityofmalden.org.

Page 2 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Malden High senior Christelle Jean is new Student Representative to School Committee Class of 2022 member has been a passionate, vocal leader at MHS By Steve Freker t did not take long for Malden High senior Christelle Jean to make an impression when she arrived on Salem Street as a freshman three years ago. That is not often said of a I ninth grader, but always welcome, according to Malden High School Principal Chris Mastrangelo. He said it didn’t take long to recognize her leadership qualities and her ability to express her views and help her peers do the same since she has been an MHS student. "Christelle has been a leader among her Malden High School classmates since she arrived here as a freshman," Principal Mastrangelo said. "She is passionate and vocal on important issues and she has been an inspiration to many others at MHS." The MHS senior was recently Lawrence A. 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Gurgone will be succeeding retiring CEO Daniel O’Leary, who has headed the agency for 35 years. She brings nearly 25 years of progressive experience in the industry, with expert knowledge of the elder home care system and services for people with disabilities and caregivers as well as a passion for advocating for underserved and vulnerable populations. A seasoned public policy advocate, Gurgone was most recently the Executive Director at Mass Home Care, the lead advocacy organization for Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) and Lisa Gurgone, new CEO of Mystic Valley Elder Services (Photo Courtesy of Mystic Valley Elder Services) Aging Services Access Points (ASAP) in Massachusetts, which includes MVES. At Mass Home Care, she was responsible for overseeing the administration and strategic plan of the trade association representing the Commonwealth’s network of 28 ASAPs and AAAs. Gurgone served as the lead advocate in Massachusetts for legislative initiatives to strengthen and support the Massachusetts home and community-based care network serving older adults. She also partnered with the state’s Executive Office’s of Elder Affairs and Health and Human Services to craft and implement standards, policies and contract requirements for the home and community-based care network. “After a thorough search proGURGONE | SEE PAGE 10 recognized again for her positive role model status at the high school when she was chosen from among 25 applicants to become the new Malden High Student Representative to the Malden School Committee. Jean attended the most recent School Committee meeting, her first one, and was immediately presence, commenting publicly on some district and high school-related issues as well as asking questions after some presentations at the meeting. She was introduced by School Committee chairperson and Mayor Gary Christenson and officially greeted by him, the other School Committee members and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ligia Noriega-Murphy. "Christelle (Jean) has already accomplished a great deal and is already an asset to the Malden community," Mayor Christenson said at the Nov. 8 meeting. "We welcome her to the Malden School Committee and look forward to working closely with Christelle." Jean is involved with many activities at MHS, as a Class 0f 2022 Officer in addition to being one of the leaders of the Black Culture Club as well as the MHS Step Performance Team. Principal Mastrangelo recalled when Jean and two of her Black Culture Club officers worked together as a trio and organized a rally and march in Malden, from New Malden High School Student Representative to the School Committee Christelle Jean, center, is welcomed by Malden Mayor and School Committee chairperson Gary Christenson, right, and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ligia Noriega-Murphy, left. (Steve Freker Photo) MHS to Lincoln Commons in May 2020 in protest of the murder of George Floyd. "Over 1,500 took part in that rally and it was all organized by MHS students, with Christelle and her fellow officers in a lead role," Mastrangelo said. "It was an uplifting day for all of us and myself and everyone at Malden High School were so proud and impressed with Christelle and the other students involved. "Our school and our students have truly benefitted from Christelle's accomplishments," Mastrangelo added. 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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Page 3 Malden High Golden Tornado Hall of Fame has long, rich history Proud ‘Wearers of the Blue and Gold’ to gather at sellout 34th Hall of Fame banquet & induction; MHS has produced NFL Super Bowl champ, MLB World Series pitcher and hundreds of college athletes By Jake Taggert T he long, rich history of Malden High School sports teams will once again be on display Saturday night when the Golden Tornado Hall of Fame Committee hosts its 34th AnThe proud “Wearers of the Blue and Gold” and their friends, family members and supporters will gather at the Malden Moose Hall (562 Broadway) to usher in the newest class of Hall of Fame inductees. A reception will be held from 6:00-7:00 p.m., and a full course dinner will be served at 7 p.m. sharp. The induction ceremony will be held immediately after dinner. Honored tomorrow night will be the following: • Seven individual inductees, including six former Malden High standout student-athletes and a Distinguished Service inductee, longtime Boys Basketball head coach Don Nally; the six individuals are Michael ByTORNADO | SEE PAGE 11 Members Plus as low as GRAND RE-OPENING EVENT BUY NEW or USED or 1.99% Malden High Class of 2004 Golden Tornado Hall of Famer Breno Giacomini was an off ensive lineman on the 2014 NFL Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks. (Courtesy Photo) APR* AUTO LOANS Register to Win a Samsung® 55” TV Just stop by our remodeled Everett Branch at 650 Broadway. No Purchase Necessary. Deadline for entry November 30, 2021. 617-389-9000 650 Broadway, Everett Tomorrow night’s Malden High Golden Tornado Hall of Fame inductee Annie Abber, who is shown above making a save during the 2008 Golden Tornadoes soccer season, was also a standout in basketball and softball for MHS. (Courtesy/Abber Family) nual Banquet and Induction ceremony. Malden High has long been regarded as the region’s most successful sports program since its inception in the early 1900s, with many state and Eastern Mass. champions in football and many other sports, as well as prominent professional and collegiate athletes through the years. Malden High School has produced: • An NFL Super Bowl Champion (Breno Giacomini, Class of 2004, Seattle Seahawks 2014 Super Bowl Champs) • A World Series pitcher (Kevin McGlinchy, Class of 1995, Atlanta Braves, 1999 NL pennant winner, World Series vs. NYY) • Twelve other MLB baseball draftees since 1985 and pros in the NFL and other sports • Hundreds of college scholarship and other collegiate players in virtually every sport off ered at that level *APR = Annual Percentage Rate. 1.99% APR for new and used cars with terms up to 48 months. Monthly payments are $21.70 per $1000 borrowed. Other rates and terms available. Payment does not reflect disability and/or credit life insurance and may differ slightly due to rounding. APRs are based upon member’s credit score. Rates listed above reflect excellent credit scores. Rates effective 11/01/21 and subject to change without notice. Membership requires a $25 deposit in a share/savings account. REFINANCE your loan & save each month! Apply FAST at memberspluscu.org

Page 4 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Sen. Lewis joins bipartisan vote to pass ARPA spending bill O n November 10, State Senator Jason Lewis joined his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate to unanimously pass An Act relative to immediate COVID-19 recovery needs – a $3.82 billion spending bill that directs federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to assist the Commonwealth’s ongoing recovery, with a focus on making equitable investments and ensuring that communities disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 are prioritized. Senator Lewis played a leadership role in the development Gerry D’Ambrosio Attorney-at-Law Is Your Estate in Order? Do you have an update Will, Health Care Proxy or Power of Attorney? 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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Page 5 City Hosts Fellsmere Pond Tree Lighting on Sat., November 27 This annual community event Advertise in theADVOCATE Call now! 617-387-2200 advertise on the web atwww.advocatenews.net C ouncillor-at-Large Craig Spadafora, Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan and Mayor Gary Christenson invite members of the public to Fellsmere Pond on Saturday, November 27 at 6 p.m. for the lighting of the Fellsmere Pond holiday tree, complete with music, hot chocolate, and a special visit from Santa! EVICTIONS | FROM PAGE 1 the tenants were told that although they needed to move out, they had until April 2023 to do so. However, that all changed when the residents received a letter from Attorney Thomas Brennan, counsel for MVRCS. With the holiday season just weeks away, the November 10 letter stated that residential tenants only had until the end of December to move out. Although there are also commercial units in the building, Brennan’s letter was only sent to the residents. Once he was informed of the situation, Spadafora contacted Warren to ask that residents have until after the fi rst of the year to move out. “My request was very pointed, very direct,” said Spadafora. “It’s tough to fi nd aff ordable housing around here during the holidays.” However, Spadafora said the City Council could not force the is free and open to all. Join in person or watch the livestream on the City of Malden's Facebook page, facebook.com/cityofmalden. At the event, donations of new unwrapped toys and non-perishable food will be accepted for local holiday drives as well. Come kick off the season with cheer. board to completely reverse its decision. “I don’t expect them to change their course in the longterm,” he said. Six hours after their initial conversation, Warren told Spadafora that he and the board would hold off on any evictions until 2022. Warren said he was very appreciative of Spadafora reaching out; in fact, it is unfortunate Mystic Valley had to step up the notices to quit for tenants due to Councillors Stephen Winslow’s and David Camel’s actions taken over the summer and recently toward Mystic Valley, without regard to the impact such actions might have on their constituents who are current tenants at the purchased properties. While it is possible, Spadafora said, he does not expect any foul play going forward. “I would fi nd it insulting if they went back on their word,” he said. “I don’t think they will.” We’re Celebrating Our Grand Re-Opening at 650 Broadway, Everett FREE Roll-up Blanket1 up with Members Checking account opening - No Monthly Service Charge - 30,000 Surcharge-FREE CO-OP ATMs - Get Paid Early with Direct Deposit - Easy Mobile & Digital Wallet Banking - No Minimum Balance requirement - Free Debit MasterCard® & Digital Wallet Technology) opening Stop by and register to win a 55” Samsung TV 3 (features Contactless “YOUR CHOICE” HOLIDAY LOAN SPECIAL as low as 5.19% APR 2 Shopping, Debt Consolidation, Vacations – YOU CHOOSE! Open an account or apply online at memberspluscu.org, or just stop by! 617-389-9000 650 Broadway, Everett 1While supplies last. 2APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Payments for 5.19% APR for 12-months are approximately $85.70 per month per $1,000 borrowed. Payment does not reflect disability and/or credit life insurance and may differ slightly due to rounding. Terms up to 12 months. Minimum loan amount $500 and maximum loan amount $5,000. APR is based upon member’s credit score. Rates listed above reflect excellent credit scores. Rates effective 11/01/21 and subject to change without notice. Membership requires a $25 deposit in a share/savings account. 3 No purchase necessary. Deadline for entry is 11/30/21.

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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Page 7 I would miss Sunday dinner, but Pa had many sayings that helped make the distance a little more bearable. He would often remind me that ‘distance only makes the heart grow fonder’ – although it didn’t always make missing everyone easier. After spending so much time together, he would often refer to us as ‘heartzaga’ (not sure of the spelling), which means ‘two hearts beat as one.’ These last few years, Pa spoke very lovingly about my mother. He would often compare her to Noni, which was the highest compliment he could ever give. Pa spoke often of his father, a man he loved and respected. When Pa was a young man, he remembers his father reading obituaries, and whenever he would see a Jewish person had passed he would say ‘Zulick, we lost a friend today.’ “Well, Zulick, we lost a friend today.” It is said in Malden today, tomorrow and yesterday... • The City of Malden’s very own Energizer Bunny, Strategy and Business Development Offi cer Kevin Duff y, is at it again, Maldonians. He’s all in for December 4 when he throws yet another of those fabulous parties in Malden Square. This time it’s called the City of Malden Winter Festival and will follow the same script as his popular summer festivals this past summer. On Saturday, December 4, from 12 to 4 p.m., Kevin has lined up artists and artisan gifts, circus performers (can we still call them “circus performers?” – just kidding), and there will be a tree lighting with fun for kids of all ages. I reached out to the Duff for a comment once I heard the good news. Never at a loss for words – you go, Kevin: “The Winter Festival will be a treat. With holiday shopping and amazing performances, this outdoor event will help the community celebrate the holidays together while also supporting our downtown businesses.” Save a hot chocolate for me, Kevin. • Bravo to longtime Maldonian Kevin Larson for the donation of 800 pairs of socks to the Warming Center in his late brother Eddie’s name. Kevin wears his heart on his sleeve when it comes to his love for his brother Eddie and the city of Malden. Thank you, Kevin. • Anybody else read Richard Umbro’s article titled “A Soldier of Misfortune” in last week’s Malden Advocate? Beautifully written, heartfelt piece on the most “unluckiest kid” during World War II, Eddie Slovic. If you missed the print edition, read it online. • I commemorate the passing in 1959 (Oct. 14) of the greatest actor of his generation (and of all time) – Errol Flynn. In his memory I give you my favorite Errol quip: “The public has always expected me to be a playboy, and a decent chap never lets his public down.” Ward 5 School Committee dude Adam Weldai ran unopposed, but I still want to take a moment to congratulate this wonderful young man. I had a conversation with him years ago at Pisa Pizza after he successfully ran for the fi rst time. I mentioned to him that he would have my complete and enthusiastic support if ever he decided to run for higher offi ce. That off er still stands. I will admit that it was very encouraging to see all the new blood running for office this year. Seems to have added some much-needed energy and interest in this year’s proceedings. This was not your grandfather’s November 2 in Malden. “This is the end, beautiful friend, this is the end, my only friend, the end” – thank you, by the way, to everybody who has been so kind – sending along condolences on the passing of the living legend himself, my father, Jerry Levine. 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Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 INSIDE INFORMATION: Malden budget analyst warns on inequity in state funding aid formula Local official advises City Council to work together with state legislators to rectify disparity in region Beginning as soon as the 2022 By Steve Freker T he real head-scratching began in earnest two years ago when the landmark Student Opportunity Act (SOA) and its accompanying funding allocations were unveiled and the city of Malden appeared to be getting the proverbial short end of the stick. While neighboring, similar communities like Everett received close to $14 million is SOA funding, Malden's allocation was a fraction of that, in the $2.2 million range. At a recent Malden City Council meeting, city budget analyst Ron Hogan described the existing situation on this community where the state funding aid formula does not balance with Malden's needs. In a comparative analysis with a similar community such as Everett for example, Malden's needs do not match up with such critical funding as Chapter 70 aid for schools and in other areas. "It is now out of whack," Hogan told the Councillors. "It's something we have been aware for some time and it is coming to a head." Hogan said the state aid funding being allocated is increasingly leaving a gap which is not going to be sustainable in the near future. The key ingredient to the funding formula that does not truly match Malden's profile is the wealth per capita, which, in this city, according to city officials, does not accurately depict Malden's basic funding need. There are other inequities as well, officials say. For instance, according to a 2020 report by the Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education and the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce claims that the formula for distributing state funding to schools in Massachusetts gives wealthier communities more money than they need, creating a widening gap in the student expense of lower-income communities. Hogan said the Chapter 70 funding formula was established in 1993 and "a lot has changed since then."Several Councillors concurred that the nearly 30-year-old formula is now "largely obsolete". Hogan added that Malden's state legislative delegation, led by state Sen. Jason Lewis, who actually authored the Student Opportunity Act, has been working in concert with city leaders to address this major issue. The Malden budget analyst said it is time for state legislators to revamp the funding formula for Chapter 70, primarily, so communities like Malden do not fall further behind financially. ******* Malden City Councillors continue to work on redistricting change proposals The Malden City Council 425r Broadway Saugus, MA 01906 781-231-1111 Located adjacent to Kohls Plaza Rt. 1 South in Saugus at the intersection of Walnut St. 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. $8.50 Private Parties 7:30-11 p.m. Adult Night 18+ Only Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Private Parties Private Parties 4-11 p.m. $8.50 Everyone must pay admission after 6 p.m. 12-11 p.m. $8.50 Everyone must pay admission after 6 p.m. Sorry No Checks Inline Skate Rentals $3.00 additional Roller skate rentals included in all prices BIRTHDAY & PRIVATE PARTIES AVAILABLE www.roller-world.com School Vacation Weeks 12-8 p.m. 419 BROADWAY. 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An ad hoc Redistricting Committee was set up by the Council and they have already met twice. **** City hosting a Winter Festival on Pleasant Street in Malden Square on Saturday, December 4 One of the most popular local annual events of the past two decades will remain on the shelf this year, but a new tradition will begin in its place to help Malden kick off the holiday season. The Malden Parade of Holiday Traditions held annually on the Saturday after Thanksgiving Day in November from 20042019, and as the Christmas Parade for a number of years before that, was cancelled last year for the first time since 2004 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is not returning for the 2021 holiday season. Mayor Gary Christenson announced this week the city of Malden will host an outdoor Winter Festival on Saturday, December 4 from 12-4 p.m. in the Malden officials are hoping for a revamped Chapter 70 funding formula in the future.Courtesy/ City of Malden heart of Malden Square. The Winter Festival will be modeled after the highly successful Summer Festivals, which were held twice monthly in June, July and August and drew droves of visitors to the multi-faceted events. This time around, the one-day Winter Festival will once again be chockful of local and regional artists and artisans who will have a wide arrayof gift ideas for purchase at booths lining up and down Pleasant Street. Pleasant Street in Malden Square will feature over 50 artists displaying their wares and you'll find perfect handmade crafts, gifts, cards, and jewelry as well as delicious baked goods.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Page 9 Celebrating 125 Years * 1896-2021 On behalf of Donald MacCuish, Weir-MacCuish Family Funeral Home would like to thank the City of Malden for its support as we celebrate 125 years as Malden’s longest running business. Weir-MacCuish Family Funeral Home 144 Salem Street Malden * (781) 322-0834 Email: askus@weirfuneralhome.com

Page 10 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 NORDQUIST| FROM PAGE 1 al Baseball League, the Kenosha (Wisconsin) Comets, at the age of 19. But before her extensive professional baseball career, Helen “Nordie” Nordquist was a Golden Tornado from Malden High School. From an early age, Nordquist was a trailblazer with her distinctive athleticism. As a child, she played with the neighborhood boys. The adults who watched them noted that she was already better than her peers. For junior high, she attended the Beebe School. Almost immediately, Nordquist seen as a standout Crafting her legacy already, she stood out in her grade almost immediately, as she impressed her gym teacher by being the only girl to climb to the top of the rope during class. From then on, she made MHS history by being the first female to ever be recognized for her athleticism, earning two Varsity letters and various certificates for her achievements. Nordquist’s streak of athletic excellence reigned during her years at Malden High School. She was a triple-team competitor from her first year, playing field hockey, basketball and softball, eventually obtaining the role of co-captain for both field hockey and softball. She stunned fellow classmates and teachers with her sheer talent. Her gym teacher and coach, Virginia Gardner, called her one of the “best and finest athletes” she had encountered. For the Class of 1950, she was voted as the most athletic female student. In the same year, she won the Kappa Phi award for best female athlete, taking home a gold cup. Gardner came up with “Nordie” Malden High helped her earn several accolades, but it was also the place that gave her the nickname “Nordie.” Gardner was the creator; she was known for calling her students by their last names. For Nordquist, Gardner shortened her last name down to “Nordie” – becoming a name all of Malden knew her by. Nordquist graduated from Malden High in 1950, but her sports journey did not end there. By either fate or chance, she found an advertisement in a newspaper for tryouts hosted by the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). She trekked all the way to Virginia with her mother on a Greyhound bus. The grueling tryouts paid off immensely as Nordquist was accepted into the League. However, her acceptance 100 years of cigar experience meant that at the young age of 19 she would have to move from her home of Malden to Kenosha, Wisconsin, as the AAGPBL only operated in the Midwestern states. Despite the drastic change in location, Nordquist hustled on the baseball field, establishing one of her strongest assets: her adaptability. She played for the Kenosha Comets during their 1951 season. Even though she was an outfielder, she was noted for versatility, with her baseball stats describing her as a “versatile player” who “led the league in assists” in her first-ever year in the AAGPBL. The Kenosha Comets, unfortunately, disbanded in 1951, but Nordquist recuperated, finding a place with the Rockford (Illinois) Peaches. Played for “A League of Their Own”–inspired Rockford Peaches in 1952 and 1953 Taking on both roles as an outfielder and pitcher, Nordquist competed with the Rockford Peaches for their 1952 and 1953 seasons. In a remarkable feat, the Peaches made the playoffs in those same two years. For the 1952 season, the team had a record of 55-54; in 1953 the record was 51-55. The Rockford Peaches grew to have a substantial legacy after the 1992 film “A League of Their Open Thanksgiving Day 8 am to 2 pm Happy T-Day to All! 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During this time, Nordquist joined another league, the International Girls Baseball League, playing for them simultaneously. The IGBL was created by the same founders of the AAGPBL, and it focused on playing in areas such as Cuba and South America. She played for the Miami Beach (Florida) Belles. Nordquist switched to the AAGPBL’s South Bend Blue Sox in 1954, which would be her last year with the league, as the league dissipated due to the increasing popularity of television, which allowed the public to view men’s baseball games, thus decreasing the need to attend the women’s baseball games. The team finished their season with a record of 48-44. Returned to Malden in the late 1950s After her time with the AAGPL, Nordquist returned to Malden, reuniting with her family. She worked as a switchboard operator while also using her penchant for engineering for her personal projects, such as adding a three-way switch on her stairs and installing a rail for her mother. Another sports opportunity came to her in 1959, when Gardner informed her about a softGURGONE | FROM PAGE 2 cess, it was immediately clear that Lisa was the right fit,” said MVES Board of Directors President Janice Houghton. “We’ve been aware of her work for years and we know she will lead us into a new era. Lisa possesses the qualifications and expertise to grow Mystic Valley Elder Services into an even greater, more successful organization to create a lasting impact in our communities. I’m confident that Lisa will carry on the long legacy of providing the highest level of service and support to Mystic Valley Elder Services’ consumers, staff, donors and volunteers. The Board of Directors and I are excited for the energy and vision she will bring to help the organization work towards meeting our mission.” “I could not be more grateful to accept the position as CEO to this well-established and mission-driven agency that consists of an extremely talented team of professionals,” said Gurgone. “For more than 45 years, Mystic Valley Elder Services has led the way in designing and ball team in Malden, the Malden Collegiates. Nordquist joined the team, achieving great success in the process. She was even featured numerous times in the local news, such as when she attained nine hits and a walk. In the meantime, she also competed in various bowling leagues, earning several trophies for her advanced bowling skills. Nordquist eventually moved to New Hampshire, but she made a triumphant return to Malden on November 23, 2019. Nordquist was one of the Malden athletes chosen to be inducted into the Golden Tornado Hall of Fame. Currently 87 years old, she attended the ceremony to receive the honor. Prior to that, she also attended a reunion hosted by the AAGPBL in which 22 original players were present. This incredibly talented athlete was able to cultivate her skills and her work ethic to create a legacy for herself and for Malden. Nordquist paved the way female sports are viewed at Malden High, especially at a time when the country and the world, did not fully take women’s athletics seriously. There is still a long way to go in today’s world for full equality between women’s and men’s sports. However, Malden provides a bounty of hope as Malden High women are encouraged to participate in athletics, from gym class to actual teams, and there is no doubt that the Golden Tornado superstar, Helen “Nordie” Nordquist, helped shape that reality today. managing home and community-based services available to older adults throughout its 11 communities. I look forward to continuing its mission and expanding the organization’s role in developing and growing programs and services for the older people and adults living with disabilities.” Gurgone currently serves as an appointee to the Health Policy Commission Advisory Council, the Massachusetts Healthcare Collaborative and the Massachusetts LGBT Aging Commission. Prior to her position at Mass Home Care, Gurgone was Executive Director at the Home Care Aide Council, where she directed and managed all operations and initiatives of the organization, including events, educational programs, advocacy, policy formulation and curriculum development. Lisa worked as a legislative aide within the Massachusetts Legislature, served as a health research assistant for the Massachusetts Center for Health Information and Analysis GURGONE | SEE PAGE 11

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Page 11 TORNADO | FROM PAGE 3 2021 Golden Tornado Hall of Fame Program rne (Class of 1972), Mario Fosco (Class of 1991), Kaitlyn DeVincentis (Class of 2005), Rachel (Timmons) Henderson (Class of 2005), Anthony Pappagallo (Class of 2006) and Annie Abber (Class of 2009). • Also being inducted into the Hall of Fame tomorrow night are the members of the 1973 Boys Hockey Team, head coach Bill McCormack and assistant coach Joe Bogan. • Present Malden HS head Boys Volleyball Coach Dan Jurkowski will receive his second Golden Eagle Award since he began coaching six years ago. The Golden Eagle Award goes to an MHS coach who has been inspirational to a player. Golden Tornadoes players can submit essays on this topic, and a winner is selected by a committee and is awarded the $1,000 Peter Donoghue Scholarship, which was named in honor of the late Hall of Famer Peter Donoghue, who served as an inspiration to many before his passing. The 2020 scholarship presented tomorrow night will be to MHS 2021 graduate and Boys Volleyball captain Kenny Nguyen. ***** This year is the 68th Anniversary of the founding of the Golden Tornado Club This year, 2021, represents the 68th Anniversary of the founding of the Golden Tornado Club, which was established in 1953 as the booster club for Malden High School and all its sports teams. Roy Finn, for whom the Malden High School gymnasium is named, is regarded as the chief founder of the Golden Tornado Club, along with others such as then football coach Eddie Melanson. The very first Malden High School Golden Tornado Athletic Hall of Fame banquet and induction ceremony was held in 1986 at the Malden Moose Hall with 21 charter inductees. Since then the Hall of Fame banquet was held annually from 1986 through 2017, when it was voted by the Golden Tornado Club Board of Directors to hold the event biennially (every two years). The last Hall of Fame banquet was held in 2019, and after tonight’s induction, the next event will be held on November 18, 2023. Over the past 20 years, in addition to its Hall of Fame hosting, the Golden Tornado Club has been intricately involved in the awarding of scholarships to deserving student-athletes on an annual basis. Since the late 1990s, under the leadership of former Golden Tornado Club President Domenic Fermano, himself a Hall of Famer, the Club 6:00 p.m.- 6:45 p.m. — Reception & ‘Tornado Time’ 6:45 p.m.- Peter Carroll / Master of Ceremonies *At this time all Golden Tornado HOF members in attendance & 2021 inductees gather for a commemorative photo Greetings Mayor Gary Christenson for the City of Malden Principal Christopher Mastrangelo for Malden High School 7:00 p.m. Dinner & Presentation of the 2020 Peter Donoghue Golden Eagle Award and $1,000 Scholarship Recipient- Coach Dan Jurkowski Nominating Athlete/ Scholarship- Kenny Nguyen (Class of 2021) Frank Adorn James J. Allegro Bob Baker Alicia Baran Richard Barker Allan J. Barriss David L. Barriss William Barron Nick Belisis Alan L. Bent Wilfred ‘Bill’ Blais Brian Blumsack Joseph Bogan Chuck Borstel 1951* 1952 1964 1991 1990 1960 1964* 1962 Henry Batchelder Coach* Carol (Bishop) McCollem 1997 1945* 1956 1964* 1998 1955 1987 Paula Boukouvalas 1991 Arthur P. Boyle Sr. Coach* Daniel J. Brandano 1941* Richard BransÞeld Coach Joseph Brennan Coach Shawn R. Brickman 1977 Albert Brown 1959 William W. Brown 1955* Robert D. Bruen 1975 Reverend Al Butler 1921* David Caiazzo Steve Caiazzo Brenda Canning Steven Carpenter Bobby Carroll John N. Carroll 1972 1970 1988 Carmine Cappuccio 1988 1975* 1989 1946* Julie Dempster Carrozzo 1992 William J. Carty 1963 Michelle Chiasson 1993 Chelsea Choate Olivia Choate Susan Ciccarelli Peter V. Cignetti 2006 2001 1976 1936* 1965* James Buonopane 1949* Mark K. Burns Golden Tornado Club Hall of Fame Peter E. Clarey James Coleman Michael Conner Nick Cox William Croken Richard Cullen 1956 1970 Paul A. ‘Hoss’ Condon 1967 Charlie Conefrey 1997 1993 Frank J. ‘Hooker’ Coughlin 1946* Lydia Coverdale 2002 2000 1968 Coach Pasquale F. Darone 1941 John DeBenedictis 1985 Anthony V. DeFilippis 1948* Dennis Della Piana 1963* Frank Dello Michael DeMartino 1948 1998 Joseph DeVincentis 1971 Jenelle DeVits Frank P. DiBiase Emerson J. Dickie 2005 1947* 1952 Lawrence DIGiammarino 1955* Robert DiGiammarino 1957 John ‘Doc’ Doherty 1983 Tina Doherty 1978 Thomas E. ‘Shy’ Donohue 1923* Henry Dorazio 1990 John E. ‘Jack’ Driscoll 1939* Daniel Duggan Ralph Dunlea 1949 1961 William Dunlevy 1943* Nancy Nutter Edwardsen 1957 Carl A. Elmstrom 1958 Domenic Fermano 1958 George ‘Hoss’ Fenton 1929B* Maryann Finn Paul Finn Peter Finn Roy G. Finn Ilya Fishman Samuel Fishman 1972 19598 1935* 1995 1930* Barry Fitzpatrick Coach Rodney ‘Puggy’ Forbes 1964* Dan Ford Paul Frazer Gary Freker Ken Fulgham John Furlong Kurt Gaudet Breno Giacomini 1992 1981 1980 John C. ‘Jack’ Freker 1975 Steve Freker Coach 1975 1977 Pascal ‘Packy’ Fusco 1961 Virginia Gardner Coach* 1994 2004 Anthony Gianquitto 1926A* Theresa (Coleman) Gilbert 1976 Mark Goodrum 1977 Forrest W. ‘Sonny’ Gowell 1936* Dennis Grace 1977 Elliott Gventer 1960* Charles B. Hanifan 1938* William Hanifan 1968 Paula Guerin Hannon 1984 Dick Harris Richard Harrison Brian Hatch Clifton Hatch 1964 1935* 1988 1964 Edward E. Eichborn 1967 Lawrence Hicks Fred Hinton Michael Hudd Paul Hurton 1988 1990 Robert W. Holbrook 1957 Dr. Arthur W. Hoyte 1956 2002 1953* John L. ‘Jack’ Hussey Coach* Larry Isenberg 1956 William D. Jackson 1925* 2001 2006 1934* 1991 1988 1960* 1952* Vanessa James 1965 & Coach Wiston Jeune Ira Jivelekian Corey Johnson Dan Jones John V. Keats Leota M. Keats-Meisner 1958 James Kelley and was a mediator and internship coordinator for the Office of Massachusetts Attorney General Scott Harshbarger. Gurgone completed her graduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston, earnGURGONE | FROM PAGE 10 ing both a graduate certificate in Women in Politics and Public Policy and a Master of Science in Public Affairs. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Human Services from Lesley University. Gurgone resides in Waltham with her husband and two teenage children. Joseph W. Kelley Albert F. Kerwin Father John Knox 1936* 1933* Kathleen Callahan Koch 1982 Rita F. LaCount Ernest H. LeBlanc Victor A. Lemmo Henry Lewin 1954 Golden Tornado Club Hall of Fame David F. Moulton 1970 Ruffy Mugica 1969 1969 Warren G. Mulrey 1932* John M. Murphy Paul Murphy 1956 1982 Lawrence LaFreniere 1948* Michael Langston 1989 1960 1961 1922* Michael Lightbody 1986 Andrew Lipnoski Courtney Lloyd Guy LoConte John Lopresti 1965 Charles R. MacKay 1966 Donald F. Mackey Leo Mackey Cathy MacMullin 1977 Ira Mahakian George J. Mancini 1964 1955* Robert W. ‘Red’ Mangene 1940* John A. Manzi Paul Marcotte 1960* 1982 Matthew Marden 1974 David Marsters 1986 Sandra M. Matthews 1972 Francis Mauriello 1961 Mario ‘Red’ Mauriello 1949* Ann McBride Colleen McBride Matt McCarthy 1974* 1976 2007 William S. McCormack 1955 Charles R. McGeoch Coach* Carol (Bishop) McCollem 1997 Matt McCarthy McGlinchy Kevin McGlinchy 1995 Nancy McGerity McGuire 1972 Warren P. McGuirk Coach* Mabel McQuesten 1924* Bob McVicar 1985 Steve Monaco David Morey 1987 1986 2007 William S. McCormack 1955 Charles R. McGeoch Coach* Barbara Tomasello 1965 1942* 1957 1954* 1972 Carroll M. Lowenstein 1947* William F. Lowenstein 1943* Thomas Lubin 1949 1952* Norman D. Myerow 1957* Sheila Nanjego Kevin Newhall Brian Noone Helen Nordquist Krystle O’Brien Eddie T. O’Keefe ‘Chuckin’ Charlie O’Rourke Robert H. Parris Robert W. Pierce 2001 2005 1982 1950 Eric G. Noseworthy 1934* David O’Brien 1977 2006 1951* 1937* 1958 1955* Michael G. Ploumbidis 1976 Steve Powell Guy Prescott Joseph A. Raso 1979* James ‘Jimbo’ Powers 1983 Lee O. Prentice 1956* 1985 Armando J. Proviotola 1943* Lou Racca Leo W. ‘Truck’ Reardon 1935* James E. Reid Ronnie Repoza Stephen E. Ring Donald F. Roach Richard Rodenheiser William ‘Billy’ Roderick Willis Rose Sr. Willis Rose Jr. Steve Rubin David Russo Brian Rutledge Bobby Ryan John Salmon Robert Santo MacDaniel ‘Mac’ Singleton Edward J. Melanson 1925 & Coach Dr. Louis Solomon 1927* Paul Miller Maryanne E. Smith Brenda L. Sousa John S. Stanasek John A. Montecalvo 1961* Donnie Moore 1961 1909* 1975 1976 Wilbur F. Stanton 1934* Hyman H. ‘Hy’ Strasnick 1941 1935* 1995 1966 1976 1952 1988 1953 1978 Coach* John ‘Pops’ Ruelle 1975 Charles Russell 1976 1988 1980 2000 1965 1982 Dr. Stanton Shernan 1977 Steve Sideri 1973 1961* 1978 Coach* 1940* Jeff Sullivan Carl ‘Pop’ Taylor Bob Tello Ronna Thur Bill Tighe Tony Tiro Rose Tomasello Angel Torres Frank Tortorella Peter Trabucco Jim Tuxbury Carl Vaccaro Marcello Silva 1975 Stephen J. Surette 1973 John Taglieri 1978 Coach* 1962 Beverly Thompson 1953* Mallett Aliferis 1953* 1968 Coach* Coach* 1975 1964* 1949* 1947* 1966 1948 2007 McDaniel ‘Mac’ Singleton 1961* Maryanne E. Smith 1978 Dr. Louis Solomon 1927* Brenda L. Sousa John S. Stanasek Jeff Sullivan 1975 1976 Wilbur F. Stanton 1934* Hyman H. ‘Hy’ Strasnick 1941* 1975 Stephen J. Surette 1973 John Taglieri 1978 Carl ‘Pop’ Taylor Coach* Bob Tello 1962 Beverly Thompson 1953* (Mallett) Aliferis Ronna Thur Bill Tighe Tony Tiro Rose Tomasello Angel Torres Frank Tortorella Peter Trabucco Jim Tuxbury Carl Vaccaro James Varzarkis Stephen Verdi Perry Verge 1968 Coach* Coach* 1975 1964* 1949* 1947* 1966 1948 1980 2006 1971 Remo M. Verrengia 1939* Carlos Villatoro 1997 Edward R. Wartell 1937* Charles O. Wettergreen 1926* John Willcox Sam Winerman Ralph Worth Paul Zabierek *Deceased Hall of Fame Members 1972 Benefactor* Carol A. (Wendell) Wood 1954 Donna Marie Worcester 1969 1934* 1966 Kennedy 512 Broadway, Everett • Criminal Defense • Personal Injury has awarded over $300,000 in scholarships to deserving student-athletes – unmatched by any sports booster organization or alumni group in Eastern Mass. **** Nearly 250 former Malden High greats now enshrined in Hall of Fame Since 1986, nearly 250 former Malden High Golden Tornado athletes have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. The earliest athlete inducted is the late David Morey, Class of 1909, a football and baseball standout. The youngest and most recent inductee will be tonight’s honoree, former three-sport Malden High standout (soccer, basketball, softball) Annie Abber, Class of 2009. There have also been 10 teams (11 counting tonight’s 1973 Boys Hockey Team), inducted into the Golden Tornado Hall of Fame. • Medical Malpractice Tel: (617) 387-9809 Cell: (617) 308-8178 twkennedylaw@gmail.com Law Offices of Terrence W.

Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 MOA's 6th Annual Candlelight Vigil remembers lives lost to addiction Special to The Advocate O n Sunday, October 17, Malden Overcoming Addiction (MOA) hosted its 6th annual Candlelight Vigil to memorialize those individuals taken from all of us by the insidious disease of addiction. Almost 200 people gathered to pay their respects on this day. Joining in were local clergy, MOA Board members, members of the Malden Opioid Task Force and several elected officials led by Mayor Gary Christenson. Also participating were Fire Chief Bill Sullivan and Police Chief Kevin Molis. Most importantly, families and friends grieving the loss of a loved one were in attendance for the vigil. The night began with a somber and slow walk from the steps of the Jenkins Auditorium at Malden High School around the corner on Ferry Street into the Malden High School Courtyard. There, a respectful silence overcame those in attendance as MOA Board of Directors President Paul Hammersley encouraged friends and families to view the symbolic lit candles and handwritten names of those being remembered. There was no rush to begin the speaking portion of the evening as those in the courtyard looked for their loved one’s name and stood quietly in reflection. One family and their friends gathered in a circle, held hands and prayed. It was just one emotional moment out of many that night. The vigil included guest speakers and concluded with the reading of the names of those being memorialized. In the background, photos of those lost scrolled by on a giant screen. As each name was read, Chief Sullivan rang the Fire Department Bell. The evening ended with singers Scott Best and Andrea Tracey singing “Amazing Grace.” MOA would like to thank everyone who contributed to the event, and it remains committed to erasing the stigma associated with addiction and to bringing resources to those in need of help and support. For more information visit the website https://www.maldenovercomingaddiction.com. Alan Fucci told his story of recovery to the approximately 200 attendees. John Greene spoke on the loss of his son, Evan. Malden Overcoming Addiction Board of Directors President Paul Hammersley is shown with his daughter, Bella; wife, Lisa; and his mom marching during the vigil. Mayor Gary Christenson addressed the crowd. Malden Overcoming Addiction Board of Directors Member Dana Brown read the names of those lost to addiction. Mayor Gary Christenson, Malden Police Chief Kevin Molis and Malden Fire Chief Sullivan lead the march at Malden Overcoming Addiction’s 6th Annual Candlelight Vigil. The support for one another was powerful. Malden Overcoming Addiction Board of Directors President Paul Hammersley addressed the crowd. People looked for their loved ones.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Page 13 Malden American Legion Post 69 celebrates Veterans Day and the Marine Corps’ 246 years of service to our country L ast Thursday was Veterans Day and the Malden American Legion Post 69 celebrated with an outside service in full military form, complete with Honor Guard. The Post recognized the importance of supporting those brave men and women who gallantly served our country past and present. Mayor Gary Christenson and other local elected officials were in attendance, as well as the boys and girls scout troops of Malden. US Navy veteran and Commander Barry Donavan addressed the large crowd in attendance, and US Army veteran George Sahady was the Master of Ceremonies. Korea US Army veteran Connie Murphy was recognized for his lifetime service to the post as Chaplain and his commitment to the country. Mayor Christenson spoke on the upcoming plans for Memorial Day and the new monument dedication; and Arthur Kahn from the Malden Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter also added to the program. Following the program, all were invited inside the Post for refreshments and the official cutting of the US Marine Corps birthday cake, celebrating 246 years of service with honor to our nation. Malden Girl Scouts: Leader Heidi Sutherland, Haylee Baker, Mia Nguyen, Jasmine Znau, Shelby Daly, Mary Gage. Commander Barry Donavan welcomed everyone. Malden Boy Scouts: Scout Master Rick Boudreau, Steve and Mike Lawrence and Scott and James Gage. Chaplain Connie Murphy was recognized for his service. Mayor Gary Christenson, always a veterans supporter, spoke at the Veterans Day ceremony. Past Commanders Larry Clark and Arthur Kahn Commander and US Navy Veteran Barry Donavan Master of Ceremonies George Shady led the Pledge of Allegiance. Happy 246th Birthday to the US Marine Corps. Marines Mark Killoren and Gene Andrew Ouellette cut the cake with a Marine saber. James Holland performed the National Anthem. American Legion Auxiliary members Donna DeCola and Barbara Hemenway with Malden officials: Ward 1 Councillor Peg Crowe, City Treasurer Dan Grovel, City Council President Neal Anderson and Mayor Gary Christenson. The wreath made by Debbie Panarello was placed at the monument by Shelby Daly of Girl Scout Troop 71139 and Steven Lawrence of Boy Scout Troop 603. The Malden American Legion Honor Guard: Dave Chamberlin, Mark Killoren and Bob Boule.

Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Meet the 2021-2022 MHS Golden Tornadoes Boys Varsity Soccer Seniors Seniors present portraits and flowers to families on Senior Night Malden Boys Soccer, from left to right: first row: Lucas Moscoso, Jamie Mejia Musto, Josh Angulo, Josue Mejia Musto, Kyle Lee, Donny Wright, Fellipe Domicano, Edilson Lerois and Pablo Silva; second row: Esteban Ventura, Aman Chhetri, Yoji Yonetani, Ezekiel Dettering, Christian Osorno, Bradley Toussaint, Nicolas Ramos and Nathan Dean; back row: Head Coach Jeremiah Smith, Cam Aristill, Daniel Ribeiro, Andre De Oliveira, Roldson Lerois, Idriss Touati, Waseem Lalili, Zechariah Mayne Foster, Eric Rodrigues, Joao Ferreira Neves and Asst. Coach Cypriano. Daniel Ribeiro presents a senior portrait to his mother, Iracema, and father, Enilson Ribeiro. Nicolas Ramos presents a senior poster to his parents, Irailda and Renato Ramos. Eziekel Dettering presents a senior poster to his mother, Rushelle Lumsden, and grandmother Wendy Johnson. Jamie Mejia Musto presents a senior poster to his mother, Roxanne, and brother, Josue Mejia. Esteban Ventura presents flowers and a senior poster to his grandparents, Jesus and Yolanda Gonzalez. Yoji Yonetani presents flowers and a senior portrait to his mother, Hiroko Yonetani. Idriss Touati presents to his parents, Wahiba and Rachid Touati. Roldson Lerois presents to his father and his friends Jerry Jack and Mark Pierre.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Page 15 Malden Neighborhood Basketball League celebrates 36rd season R Lucas Rogerio Moscoco presents flowers to his mother, Kalia Rogerio, and a senior poster to his brother Arthur Dias and sister Giovanna Rogerio. egistration for the Malden Neighborhood Basketball League (MNBL) will take place on Monday, December 6 and Wednesday, December 8 at the Malden Police Station Community Room (800 Eastern Ave.) from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Any Malden student in the 10th, 11th or 12th grade who does not play basketball for the schools’ basketball teams is eligible to play. Players who previously played in the league must register again to be eligible to play this year. Registration forms will be available in the schools’ main office. All players must bring a completed form, the $50.00 registration fee and a school ID with them to register. Tryouts (everyone who tries out will make a team) will take place at the Ferryway School on Friday, December 10 at 6:30 p.m. and on Saturday, December 11th at 10:00 a.m. Completed registration forms along with the $50.00 registration fee and a school ID will be accepted at the tryouts but nobody will be added to a roster after the draft. Any questions, please contact MNBL President Ken Mazonson at (781)-324-4420 or by email at kenmazonsonesq@aol.com. Aman Chhreti presents a senior portrait to his parents, Shishila K.C. and Arjun, and to his sister, Avani Chhetri. MHS Soccer Seniors: bottom row, pictured from left to right: Eziekel Dettering, Aman Chhetri, Lucas Rogerio, Joshua Angulo Gonzalez and Jamie Mejia Musto; top row, pictured from left to right: Andre De Oliveira, Yoji Yonetani, Esteban Ventura, Daniel Ribeiro, Roldson Lerois, Idriss Touati and Nicolas Ramos. Joshua Angulo Gonzalez presents a senior portrait to his mother, Gissel Gonzalez, and father, Ulises Angulo, during last Friday’s Senior Night at Macdonald Stadium. Andre De Oliveira presents flowers and a senior poster to his parents, Raquel Brumatti and Joao De Oliveira. Malden Soccer Sophomores, pictured from left to right: Edilson Lerois, Donald Wright and Felipe Domanico. The lone soccer freshman, Waseem Lailili (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Sen. Lewis joins bipartisan vote for sweeping legislation to improve access to mental health care O n November 17, Senator Jason Lewis recently joined his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate to unanimously pass An Act addressing barriers to care for mental health (Mental Health ABC Act), which is comprehensive legislation with the goal of ensuring that all Massachusetts residents can access the mental health care they need when they need it. This legislation builds on previous mental health reforms made by the state legislature, and it comes at the same time that the Senate is proposing to invest $400 million of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to strengthen Massachusetts’s behavioral health system. This legislation is driven by the recognition that mental health is as important as physical health for every resident of the Commonwealth and should be treated as such. The bill proposes a wide variety of reforms to ensure equitable access to mental health care, and to remove barriers to care by supporting and growing the behavioral health workforce. “Health care should be a basic human right, but too many people in Massachusetts right now struggle to access high quality, affordable, and timely mental health care,” said Lewis. “I’m very pleased that the state Senate has prioritized improving access to mental health care through the passage of this critical legislation, and I’m grateful to all the constituents and advo~ Legal Notice ~ Early Notice and Public Review of a Proposed Activity in a 100-Year Floodplain Roosevelt Park Improvements Malden, MA To: All interested Agencies, Groups and Individuals This is to give notice that the City of Malden, MA (the City) has determined that portions of the following proposed action which will be funded in part by the Department of Housing and Urban Development Section 108 Loan Guarantee Program through the Community Development Block Grant program is located in a 100-year floodplain, and the City will be identifying and evaluating practicable alternatives to locating the action in the floodplain and the potential impacts on the floodplain from the proposed action, as required by Executive Order 11988, in accordance with HUD regulations at 24 CFR 55.20 Subpart C Procedures for Making Determinations on Floodplain Management and Protection of Wetlands. The proposed action is to make improvements to Roosevelt Park (the Park). The Park is situated on a 3.76-acre parcel located on Salem Street adjacent to the Salemwood School in Malden, Middlesex County, MA. The Park is a key recreational asset that is used for the City’s organized school, youth and adult sports and recreation programs; informal active and passive recreational activities; and community events. In addition to these uses, the Park also supports the Salemwood School and its programs during school hours. The proposed project will provide for the reconstruction of an existing multi-use field with a new multi-use synthetic turf field and related improvements. The related improvements will include improved field and site drainage; earthwork including removal and proper disposal of urban fill beneath the athletic field; site grading that will improve surface runoff and protect against the loss of flood storage; the replacement of portions of the municipal and site storm drain systems that run under the field; an improved outdoor classroom; and other miscellaneous site improvements including basketball shooting areas, new ADA compliant walks, site fencing, seat walls, shade trees, and landscaping. The improvements will affect approximately 2.9 acres (77% of the 3.76-acre parcel). Approximately 60% (1.7 acres) of the area that will be affected by the project is located within a Special Flood Hazard Area Zone A (100-Year Flood, No Base Flood Elevation Determined) as depicted on FEMA/FIRM Map No. 25017C0441E, effective date June 4, 2010. Floodplain provides flood control and storm damage protection. Flood control means the prevention or reduction of flooding and flood damage. Storm damage prevention means the prevention of damage caused by water from storms, including, but not limited to, erosion and sedimentation, damage to vegetation, property or buildings, or damage caused by flooding or water-borne debris. The floodplain at the Park primarily provides temporary floodwater storage and conveyance and modest groundwater recharge. The proposed improvements will not adversely impact the floodplain’s ability to perform these functions. In some instances, floodplains also provide wildlife habitat. The floodplain at the Park has been used for many years as part of the Park’s recreational area. This usage over the past 100-plus years degraded any potential wildlife habitat in the floodplain. According to Massachusetts wetland regulations, land subject to flooding that is not significant to the protection of wildlife habitat includes playgrounds, lawns, gardens, paved and graveled areas, railroad tracks (including ballast and embankments), and similar areas lawfully existing on November 1, 1987 and maintained as such since that time. There are three primary purposes for this notice. First, people who may be affected by activities in floodplains and those who have an interest in the protection of the natural environment should be given an opportunity to express their concerns and provide information about these areas. Commenters are encouraged to offer alternative sites outside of the floodplain, alternative methods to serve the same project purpose, and methods to minimize and mitigate impacts. Second, an adequate public notice program can be an important public educational tool. The dissemination of information and request for public comment about floodplains can facilitate and enhance Federal efforts to reduce the risks and impacts associated with the occupancy and modification of these special areas. Third, as a matter of fairness, when the Federal government determines it will participate in actions taking place in floodplains, it must inform those who may be put at greater or continued risk. Written comments must be received by the City at the following address on or before December 10, 2021: City of Malden Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development, 215 Pleasant Street, 3rd Floor, Malden, MA 02148 and (781) 324-5720, Attention: Deborah A. Burke, Director. A full description of the project may also be reviewed at the Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development, Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8:00 am and 5:00 pm and Tuesday 8:00 am and 7:00 pm and at https://cityofmalden.org/781/Roosevelt-Park-Project. Comments may also be submitted via email at info@maldenredevelopment.com. Date: 11/19/2021 cates who have shared with me their heartbreaking struggles in accessing the care that they or a loved one desperately need.” “The need and demand for mental health services has soared as a result of the pandemic, and anyone who has tried to find help for mental health concerns will vouch for the many barriers that still exist,” said Massachusetts Association for Mental Health (MAMH) President/CEO Danna Mauch. “This bill tackles some of our most difficult challenges. These challenges include insurance company policies that make it hard to pay for care, a lack of providers across the Commonwealth but especially in communities of color, and care that too often is fragmented and siloed. The bill’s provisions provide creative, practical steps toward addressing these issues and it looks ahead to creation of a comprehensive system of effective crisis services.” Key provisions in this sweeping legislation include: • Guaranteeing annual mental health wellness exams: The idea that a person’s mental health is just as important as a person’s physical health is the cornerstone of this reform. This bill would codify this principle by mandating coverage for an annual mental health wellness exam – comparable to an annual physical. • Enforcing mental health parity laws: Mental health parity as a concept is simple: Insurance coverage for mental health care should be equal to insurance coverage for any other medical condition. This concept has been codified in federal and state law for decades, but enforcement of the law has been challenging. As a result, inequities persist, and patients are often denied coverage for mental health treatment that is every bit as critical to managing their health as treatment for diabetes or heart disease. This bill provides the state with better tools to implement and enforce its parity laws by creating a clear structure for the Division of Insurance to receive and investigate parity complaints to ensure their timely resolution. Other tools include parity enforcement for commercial, state-contracted and student health insurance plans, greater reporting and oversight of insurance carriers’ mental health care coverage processes and policies, and reasonable penalties and alternative remedies for when an insurance company does not comply with the law. • Addressing the Emergency Department boarding crisis: For many adults and children in the grips of a mental health crisis, the fastest way to get help is to go to a hospital emergency department (ED). Sadly, when they need to be admitted to an inpatient psychiatric unit, it can be days, weeks or even months before they’re admitted. Meanwhile, the person must often wait in the ED, receiving little to no psychiatric care. This is referred to as “ED boarding,” and it has increased up to 400% since LEWIS | SEE PAGE 18

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Page 17 GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE NOTEBOOK The last time the Braves were in the World Series, a Malden High pitcher was on the mound for Atlanta Righty rookie Kevin McGlinchy pitched in 68 games that 1999 season for the NL Pennant winners By Steve Freker W e wonder if those former Atlanta Braves fans from Malden dusted off their Tomahawk Chop gear when the Braves won the World Series earlier this month? Yup. A lot of Malden and Greater Boston League (GBL) fans became newly-minted Braves fans in 1999 when Atlanta won the National League pennant and then squared off against the New York Yankees and guys like Derek Jeter and The Rocket, Roger Clemens. The new-found support of Atlanta in '99 was because of the fact they had a rookie right-handed pitcher on their roster who had played a major role in the team's success that season. That pitcher would be Malden High Hall of Famer Kevin McGlinchy, a 1995 Golden Tornado graduate who had a brief, but impressive Major League professional baseball career after being drafted by Atlanta in 1995. McGlinchy set a then Atlanta franchise record for mound appearances by a rookie — which still stands— as he appeared in 68 games in 1999. He usually pitched the 6th or more often, 7th inning, in front of future Hall of Famers, Greg Maddux, Mike Glavine and John Smoltz. The closer was usually Mark Wohlers. I was fortunate enough to have coached McGlinchy at Malden High from 1992-95 where he ended up winning 14 games and leading the GBL in hitting twice, including a blistering, record-setting .581 his senior year. McGlinchy said last week he had been closely following the World Series this year and was pleased to see his former team win it all for the fi rst time since ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT The last time the Atlanta Braves were in the World Series, Malden High 1995 grad Kevin McGlinchy was on the mound, in 1999. 1995. He still had some links to this team, 22 years later, including the Manager Brian Snitker, who was McGlinchy's very fi rst coach in the pros, way back in Short-Season Single-A Ball at the minor league outpost of Danville, Virginia. "He (Snitker) always treated City to add additional week of yard waste collection T he City of Malden will be adding an additional week of yard waste collection in 2021 that will take place the week of November 29 through December 3. For 2021, this will be the fi nal week of yard waste collection, which will resume in the spring. The City of Malden is asking residents to set out their yard waste on their regular trash day as normal but to anticipate delays in collection due to increased volume. Additionally, the City’s hauler, JRM has indicated they are experiencing a resource shortage that has hindered their ability to collect yard waste on time. Please leave it out on your sidewalk, and it will be collected as soon as possible that week. If you have additional accumulated yard waste after this fi nal week, you may bring it to the DPW Yard (356 Commercial St.) during their normal business hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. year-round. Please consider signing up for the City of Malden’s Trash App for text, email or phone call reminders about yard waste and all other alerts regarding our waste collection events, service disruptions and special collections. Visit cityofmalden.org/ trash. PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 865-4000 Docket No. MI21P5690EA Estate of: Angela M. Lerra Also known as: Angela Mary Lerra Date of Death: 11/21/1991 CITATION ON PETITION FOR FORMAL ADJUDICATION To all interested persons: A Petition for Formal Probate of Will with Appointment of Personal Representative has been filed by Joseph F. Lerra, Jr. of Marblehead, MA requesting that the Court enter a formal Decree and Order and for such other relief as requested in the Petition. The Petitioner requests that: Joseph F. Lerra, Jr. of Marblehead, MA be appointed as Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve Without Surety on the bond in unsupervised administration. IMPORTANT NOTICE You have the right to obtain a copy of the Petition from the Petitioner or at the Court. You have a right to object to this proceeding. To do so, you or your attorney must file a written appearance and objection at this Court before: 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 12/06/2021. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance and objection if you object to this proceeding. If you fail to file a timely written appearance and objection followed by an affidavit of objections within thirty (30) days of the return day, action may be taken without further notice to you. UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION UNDER THE MASSACHUSETTS UNIFORM PROBATE CODE (MUPC) A Personal Representative appointed under the MUPC in an unsupervised administration is not required to file an inventory or annual accounts with the Court. Persons interested in the estate are entitled to notice regarding the administration directly from the Personal Representative and may petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including the distribution of assets and expenses of administration. WITNESS, Hon. Maureen H. Monks, First Justice of this Court. Date: November 08, 2021 TARA E. DeCRISTOFARO REGISTER OF PROBATE November 19, 2021 me great and I was very happy to see him win that ring," McGlinchy said. **** Early predictions on the GBL Boys Basketball race Like the song goes, "Same As it Ever Was".... Everett and Lynn English are expected to be the leaders in the GBL Boys Basketball standings when winter season starts. It is not only right around the corner; it is right in our face, with preseason tryouts starting on Monday, Novermber 29.

Page 18 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 LEWIS | FROM PAGE 16 the COVID-19 pandemic began. The bill takes multiple steps to address and reduce ED boarding. • Reimbursing mental health 1. On Nov. 19, 1996, the last part of the Confederation Bridge was placed, which is the world’s longest bridge over icecovered water and joins New Brunswick to what? 2. What Italian sculptor reportedly said, “Trifles make perfection and perfection is no trifle”? 3. How is a tortoise different from a turtle? 4. How are Britannia, Caledonia and Hibernia similar? 5. On Nov. 20, 1979, the first transfusion of artificial blood to a patient was performed; why did the patient refuse real blood? 6. Due to an incident of hitting, what sport was recently eliminated from the Olympic pentathlon? 7. November 21 is National Stuffing Day; in the South, what kind of bread is popular in stuffing? 8. What trio of comedy movies had a pie fight in the 1942 short film “In the Sweet Pie and Pie”? 9. On Nov. 22, 1869, the Scottish clipper ship Cutty Sark was launched; her name came from “cutty-sark” (short skirt) in the 1790 poem “Tam O’ Shanter by what poet? 10. Which U.S. president pardoned the smallest number of turkeys: Obama, Reagan or Trump? 11. How are shepherd’s, houndstooth and buffalo similar? 12. How are the writers about Thanksgiving William Bradford and Edward Winslow similar? 13. On Nov. 23, 1902, Walter Reed died, a doctor who led experiments where in the Caribbean to prove yellow fever to be transmitted by mosquito bites? 14. What popular Yuletide song is believed to have been sung first at a Thanksgiving service in Massachusetts? 15. What utensil did the attendees at the first Thanksgiving not have? 16. November 24 is National Jukebox Day; how much did it cost to play the first jukebox (in 1889 at San Francisco’s Palais Royale Saloon): a penny, a nickel or a dime? 17. Are yams and sweet potatoes the same? 18. Which country produces the most turkey meat: Brazil, Germany or USA? 19. How many days was the first Thanksgiving: one, three or seven? 20. On Nov. 25, 1992, the Federal Assembly of Czechoslovakia voted to reconfigure the country into what? ANSWERS providers equitably: Mental health and primary care providers are reimbursed at different rates for the same service. The bill seeks to level the playing field for reimbursement to mental health providers by requiring an equitable rate floor for evaluation and management services that is consistent with primary care. • Reforming medical necessity and prior authorization requirements: When an adult or child arrives in an ED in the throes of acute mental health crises requiring immediate treatment in an appropriate setting, clinical determinations should be made by the treating clinician. However, in practice, insurance carriers impose too many restrictions on providers’ clinical judgement in terms of prior approval and concurrent review requirements for mental health ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 865-4000 Docket No. MI21C0801CA In the matter of: Pimolmas Khamlue CITATION ON PETITION TO CHANGE NAME A Petition to Change Name of Adult has been filed by Pimolmas Khamlue of Malden, MA requesting that the court enter a Decree changing their name to: Passcha Wongthanapol IMPORTANT NOTICE Any person may appear for purposes of objecting to the petition by filing an appearance at: Middlesex Probate and Family Court before 10:00 a.m. on the return day of 12/03/2021. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appearance if you object to this proceeding. WITNESS, Hon. Maureen H. Monks, First Justice of this Court. 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The bill mandates coverage and eliminates prior authorization for mental health acute treatment and stabilization services for adults and children, and it takes other steps to streamline access to care. • Removing barriers to care by supporting the behavioral health workforce: Lack of adequate mental health providers constrains access to care, so the bill includes multiple initiatives to better support and grow the behavioral health workforce, such as allowing for interim licensure for licensed mental health counselors. • Establishing an Office of Behavioral Health Promotion: Current behavioral health services are spread across state agencies. This dilutes the responsibility for mental health promotion and focus on the issues and undermines the important work being done. This bill would establish an Office of Behavioral Health Promotion within the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) to coordinate all state initiatives that promote mental, emotional and behavioral health and wellness for residents. Having passed the State Senate, this legislation goes to the Massachusetts House of Representatives for consideration. OBITUARY Edward F. Kalenoski Of Malden, passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 11, 2021 at Lahey Hospital in Burlington. He was 79. Born in Cambridge on August 10, 1942, Eddie is a son of the late Peter and Catherine (Flanagan) Kalenoski. He grew up in Cambridge and attended Cambridge Rindge and Latin School. He worked at different jobs in the area when he decided to strike out on his own. He owned and operated a Canteen Truck for many years before starting an over the road truck driving business. He loved being behind the wheel and has driven through most of United States. His strong work ethic was instrumental in growing his trucking business, Kalco Trucking. In his later years, he drove local routes so he could be home more often. Eddie loved his family, and enjoyed time spent together, and was loyal to his friends. He enjoyed vacationing to numerous places with Merle. Some favorites were Europe, Las Vegas, Bermuda, and Mexico. Most of all though, Eddie loved being home with the people and pets that he loved. He will be dearly missed by all who loved him. Eddie was the beloved husband of Merle A. (Rideout) Kalenoski with whom he shared 53 years of marriage. Devoted father of David Kalenoski and his wife Dawn of Worcester, Jennifer Fitzpatrick and her husband Michael of Pepperell, Robin Kalenoski, and the late Claire Peterson. Loving brother of Paula Whalen, and the late Joseph, Elizabeth, and Dianne. Proud grandfather of Catherine Kalenoski, Olivia Ercolini, Tyler Ercolini, Benjamin Fitzpatrick, Kelli-Anne Pace, and Wayne Peterson. Also survived by his great-grandchildren, Dorothy, Alana, and Judy Pace. 1. Prince Edward Island 2. Michelangelo 3. A tortoise only lives on land and has tiny, elephant-like feet. 4. They are the Latin names for Britain, Scotland and Ireland. 5. Due to religious beliefs (a Jehovah’s Witness) 6. Horseback riding 7. Cornbread 8. The Three Stooges (“The Sweet By-and-By” is an 1868 hymn.) 9. Robert Burns 10. Reagan (two – Charlie and Woody) 11. They are types of fabric checks. 12. They wrote the only two eyewitness accounts of the first Thanksgiving. 13. Cuba 14. “Jingle Bells” (The song does not mention any holiday.) 15. Forks 16. A nickel 17. No; they belong to different plant families. 18. USA (Brazil is second and Germany is third.) 19. Three 20. Slovakia and the Czech Republic

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Page 19 Melrose Arts & Crafts Society hosts successful Exhibit and Sale T he Melrose Arts & Crafts Society Annual Exhibit and Sale was held on November 6 at the First Congregational Church in Melrose. Members contributed many items for display and sale. They also shared their talents by demonstrating jewelry making, knitting and VOTE| FROM PAGE 4 • $14M for agricultural economy supports Housing The Senate’s bill acknowledges the critical role that housing plays in economic recovery. Over a year and a half into the pandemic, access to stable and aff ordable housing remains at the forefront of the state’s strategy to ensure economic security for all. Investments in aff ordable, accessible housing, as well as supportive housing, include: • $150M for supportive housing, including $75M for the chronically homeless population and $20M to increase geographic equity and accessibility related to the continuum of long-term care services for veterans not primarily served by the Soldiers’ Homes in Chelsea or Holyoke • $150M for public housing authorities to maintain and upgrade existing infrastructure • $125M for the Commonwealth Builders Program to support housing production and promote homeownership among residents of disproportionately impacted communities • $125M for aff ordable rental housing production and preservation for the workforce and low- and moderate-income inquilting. The exhibit was very successful. The society would like to thank all who attended and also the society’s members who gave so generously to the exhibit’s success. November’s monthly meeting will be held on November 22 at 9 a.m. at First Baptist Church (561 dividuals • $50M for homeownership assistance tools, including down payment assistance and mortgage interest subsidy supports Environment and climate The Senate’s bill prioritizes building a more resilient Commonwealth and ensuring a healthier environment for all. The bill seeks to combat climate change through mitigation initiatives, strengthen environmental infrastructure, fi x aging water and sewer infrastructure and modernize marine port infrastructure to support the state’s emerging off shore wind industry. Environment and climate investments include: • $175M for water and sewer infrastructure investments through the Clean Water Trust • $125M for environmental infrastructure grants, including the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) program • $100M for marine port infrastructure investments focused on the promotion of off shore wind development • $25M for the Greening the Gateway Cities program to support tree planting • $15M for parks and recreational assets • $10M for clean energy retrofi tting in aff ordable housing Main St. in Melrose). The society has members from 11 surrounding communities and welcomes anyone interested in arts & crafts and in enjoying any of its fun activities. For more information, please contact Dorothy Iudice at 781662-2099. units • $7.5M for community colleges to help train underserved populations for green jobs • $5M for the advancement of geothermal technologies Transparency and oversight To support communities disproportionately impacted by the pandemic and prioritize historically underserved or marginalized populations, the ARPA bill establishes an equity and accountability review panel for federal funds to track in near real-time the amount and percentage of ARPA funds spent in these communities and awarded to minority-owned and women-owned business enterprises. The ARPA bill also takes steps to ensure those businesses have fair participation on procurements issued under the act. On November 2, 2021, the Massachusetts House had unanimously passed its version of An Act relative to immediate COVID-19 recovery needs. 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For you to be eligible, you’ll need to meet all of the following conditions: • Your health condition makes moving around your home very diffi cult, even with the help of a cane, crutch, walker or manual wheelchair. • You have signifi cant problems performing activities of daily living like bathing, dressing, getting in or out of a bed or chair, or using the bathroom. • You are able to safely operate, and get on and off the scooter or wheelchair, or have someone with you who is always available to help you safely use the device. If eligible, your doctor will determine what kind of mobility equipment you’ll need based on your condition, usability in your home, and ability to operate it. It’s also important to know that Medicare coverage is dependent on your needing a scooter or wheelchair in your home. If your claim is based on needing it outside your home, it will be denied as not medically necessary, because the wheelchair or scooter will be considered a leisure item. Where to Buy If your doctor determines you need a power scooter or wheelchair, he or she will fi ll out a written order or prescription. Once you receive it, you’ll need to take it to a Medicare approved supplier within 45 days. To fi nd Medicare approved suppliers in your area, visit Medicare.gov/medical-equipment-suppliers or call 800-633-4227. There are, however, circumstances where you may need “prior authorization” for certain types of power wheelchairs. In this case, you’ll need permission from Medicare before you can get one. Financial Aid If you have a Medicare supplemental (Medigap) policy, it may pick up some, or all of the 20 percent cost of the scooter or wheelchair that’s not covered by Medicare. If, however, you don’t have supplemental insurance, and can’t aff ord the 20 percent, you may be able to get help through Medicare Savings Programs. Call your local Medicaid offi ce for eligibility information. Or, if you fi nd that you’re not eligible for a Medicare covered scooter or wheelchair, and you can’t aff ord to purchase one, renting can be a much cheaper short-term solution. Talk to a supplier about this option. For more information about power mobility devices call Medicare at 800-633-4227 or visit Medicare.gov/coverage/wheelchairs-scooters. Medicare Advantage If you happen to have a Medicare Advantage plan (like an HMO or PPO), you’ll need to call your plan to fi nd out the specifi c steps you need to take to get a power-wheelchair or scooter. Many Advantage plans have specifi c suppliers within the plan’s network they’ll require you to use. 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 Does Medicare Cover Mobility Scooters or Wheelchairs? Dear Savvy Senior, I have arthritis in my hips and knees and have a diffi cult time getting around anymore. What do I need to do to get a Medicare-covered electric-powered scooter or wheelchair?

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Page 22 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 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. We follow Social Distancing Guidelines! For Rent Everett 3 Bdr. - 1st Floor Nice Hardwood Flooring No Smoking, No Pets Close to Public Trans. Section 8 Accepted 857-888-1537 Frank Berardino MA License 31811 AAA Service • Lockouts Trespass Towing • Roadside Service Junk Car Removal 617-387-6877 26 Garvey St., Everett MDPU 28003 ICCMC 251976 43 Holland St., Saugus $499,000 ● 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 6 Hodgkins Rd., Unit A $379,000 Rockport, MA - CONTINGENT Would you like to live on a one level living? This ranch offers a 5-6 room with open concept floor plan. The living room overlooks a deck with a built in pool. This home was a 2 bedroom but was converted to a large 1 bedroom. It includes a lower level with extra rooms and additional 1 full bath. Nice side street. The flat yard is nestled with a fenced in yard, and more. You will love this home. CONDOMINIUM - LYNN Patrick Rescigno Rosa Rescigno Carl Greenler 38 Main St., Saugus (781) 558-1091 mangorealtyteam.com ~ Meet Our Agents ~ Barry Tam Sue Palomba Founder, CEO Lea Doherty Location! Welcome to 6 Hodgkins Road in Rockport with 2 deeded parking. Turnkey home awaits for the new Owner!!! It boasts its own entrance with a beautiful mudroom. This condo can be transferred into the home of your dreams with a kitchen that offers granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and an eat in with plenty of sunlight. The open concept of living room that awaits a fireplace to curl up with a book or a favorite beverage. Second floor has 3 bedrooms along with a full bath and a pull down attic with storage. Charm, a special urban feel, level yard, shed, 2 deeded parking, commuter rail seaside town, and much more. What more can be asked. This opportunity is awaiting for you! 20 Railroad Ave. Rockport MA $474,800 Light and airy rooms, in the uniquely designed, attractively laid out home, that adapts to a variety of Ron Visconti 196 Locust St., Lynn - Welcome to the Stadium Condominiums, one the best managed and maintained properties on the North Shore. This is a terrific Studio Condo unit featuring cozy living, an office area, bedroom, 1 full bathroom, workout area with a bonus area of a private indoor balcony overlooking the lobby. This is a tremendous value and will not last. Currently rented. Tenant pays $1,450/mo. and would like to stay. Lease expires end of April, Section 8 - $205,000 Carolina Coral Franco Pizzarella Call (781) 558-1091 for a Free Market Analysis! We are Fluent in Chinese, Cantonese, Italian and Spanish! needs and uses. So much here to utilize. Delightful and Inviting year round getaway, Condo Alternative! Easy access to Front Beach. A commuters dream. Perfect location. All the work has been done for you to move right in to this 2 BR 1.5 bath colonial. Located near the train, shopping, restaurants, beaches, and Shalin Liu Music Center. The open concept living and dining room is bright roomy. French doors to wonderful balcony off the master bedroom. Low maintenance exterior with parking for 2 cars. But so close to the train you don’t even need a car. Bonus area in basement with plumbing connections for a possible bathroom. This Rockport gem is worth seeing. Has great rental/ vrbo potential and has a history of commercial use. UNDER AGREEMENT

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 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 SAUGUS - 1st AD - Young 6 rm., 3 bdrm. CE Colonial offers 2 full baths, gas fireplace, wood flooring, great open concept, alarm, deck, two car, attached garage, side street location....................................................................$689,900. LYNN - 1st AD - 7 rm. Ranch, 2-3 bdrms., 2 full baths, eat-in kit., 1st flr. fmrm., great open flr. plan, hrdwd. flooring, finished lower level, front & rear decks, level yard w/ irrigation system & storage shed, nicely located on dead-end street......$389,900. SAUGUS - 8 room Raised Ranch offers 3-4 bedrooms, 2 baths, granite counter tops, open concept, beautiful water views of Hawks Pond, Great family home with nothing to do!...................................................................................$779,000. SAUGUS/MELROSE line - Renovated 3 bdrm. colonial offers 2½ NEW baths, open flr. plan, NEW quartz kit., master bdrm. w/ private bath & fireplace, NEW flooring, NEW heat & cent. air, deck, patio, tranquil lake views.........$769,000. SAUGUS - 40,000 +/- sq. ft. lot w/ Ranch style home offering 6 rms., 2 bdrms. & 1½ baths in need of updating & TLC, oversized detached gar./barn structure. Large lot w/ frontage on two streets. Great opportunity to explore possibilities..............................................$539,000. MALDEN - Well maintained 4 rm., 2 bdrm. Cape Cod style home, fireplace lvrm., hrdwd. flooring, 3 season porch, vintage details, replacement windows, walk-up attic, finished lower level, attached gar., fenced, corner lot.......................$530,000. MELROSE - Melrose Crossing offers this 6 room 2-3 bedroom condo offers great living space, eat in kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, spacious dining room, two parking spaces....................................................$465,000. SALEM - Perfectly maintained and updated THREE FAMILY. Each floor offers 4 rooms, 2 bedrooms, full bath and updated kitchens with granite counters. Great Investment property.............................................$725,000. SAUGUS - 11 Unit Building. Cliftondale Square. Property consists of 3 store fronts & one free-standing building, 7 residential units. All separate utilities. All units deleaded, ample off street parking, INCREDIBLE opportunity.....$2,600,000. 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 COMING SOON LET US SHOW YOU OUR MARKETING PLAN TO GET YOU TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR HOME! LITTLEFIELDRE.COM UNDER CONTRACT FOR SALE- RENOVATED 3 BED 2.5 BATH CONTEMPORARY OPEN CONCEPT, NEW HEAT/ AC $799,900 LYNNFIELD CALL DEBBIE 617-678-9710 UNDER CONTRACT FOR SALE- RENOVATED 4 BED 3 BATH CAPE WITH DETACHED 2.CAR GARAGE & NICE LOT $639,900 SAUGUS CALL DEBBIE 617-678-9710 FOR SALE COMING SOON-RENOVATED 3 BEDROOM RANCH NICE FAMILY ROOM WITH CUSTOM FIREPLACE PEABODY CALL KEITH FOR DETAILS 781-389-0791 FOR SALE FOR SALE- 3 BED 1 BATH RANCH WITH ALL NEW SYSTEMS & FENCED YRD DEAD END STREET $499,900 SAUGUS CALL DEBBIE 617-678-9710 FOR SALE FOR SALE- 2 BED, 1.5 BATH END UNIT CONDO, 1 CAR GARAGE. HEAT & HW INCLUDED IN FEE $284,900 AMESBURY CALL JOHN 617-285-7117 LOOKING TO BUY OR SELL? CALL DAWN BRYSON FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS! 978-987-9535 FOR SALE- 3BED 1 BATH BUNGALOW NEAR LYNN WOODS ON SAUGUS LINE $439,900 LYNN CALL DAWN FOR DETAILS 978-880-8425 FOR SALE - 3 FAMILY & 1 FAMILY ALL ON ONE LOT, CLOSE TO CASINO & OFF-STREET PKNG. - EVERETT $1,420,000 CALL RHONDA 781-706-0842 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 FOR SALE-2 BED, 2 BATH CONDO ON SAUGUS LINE W/ IN-UNIT LAUNDRY. BALCONY, 2 OFF ST PKING! $389,900 LYNN CALL RHONDA 781-706-0842 UNDER AGREEMENT FOR SALE-UPDATED 1 BED CONDO WITH SS KITCH AND HW FLRS. FEE INCL HEAT & HW. 2 OFF ST PKING. $279,900 WAKEFIELD CALL RHONDA 781-706-0842 781-706-0842 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE-3 BED 2 BATH CAPE WITH UPDATES ON SAUGUS LINE WITH 1 CAR GARAGE $539,900 LYNN CALL ERIC 781-223-0289 FOR SALE

Page 24 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, November 19, 2021 Follow Us On: COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SALES & RENTALS Looking to purchase a new home? Remember, the seller pays agents commission. There is no cost to you to use a real estate agent to protect you during the biggest transaction of your life! Call today and ask about Buyers Representation. Sandy Juliano Broker/President WE KNOW EVERETT!! Call TODAY to sell or buy with the best! LISTED BY NORMA & ROSEMARIE NEW LISTING BY SANDY NEW LISTING BY SANDY SOLD! CONDO - NEW PRICE - $449,900 30 CHELSEA ST. #812 EVERETT CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS! 617-590-9143 NEW LISTING BY SANDY UNDER AGREEMENT SINGLE FAMILY 39 ARLINGTON ST., EVERETT $529,900 129 CLARENCE ST., EVERETT NEW PRICE! $799,900 TWO FAMILY LISTED BY NORMA OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY NOV. 20, 2021 11:30-1:00 HUGE 3 FAMILY 21-23 CLEVELAND AVE., EVERETT $980,000 COMING SOON! READING $675,000 NEW LISTING BY NORMA UNDER AGREEMENT CONDO 120 WYLLIS AVE., UNIT #310 UNDER AGREEMENT 6 FAMILY CHARLES STREET, MALDEN $1,250,000 CALL JOE FOR DETAILS 617-680-7610 UNDER AGREEMENT SINGLE FAMILY 20 BAKER RD., EVERETT $509,900 SOLD BY MICHAEL AS BUYER’S AGENT 58 BRADFORD ST. EVERETT 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: 617.544.6274 Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent Denise Matarazz - Agent Maria Scrima - Agent Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent Michael Matarazzo -Agent Mark Sachetta - Agent

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