Maldden alld a Vol. 31, No. 48 den AADD -FREEBy Steve Freker W itche Exilhomme has only been head coach for two seasons for the Malden High Golden Tornados varsity football team. But he has proven to be a quick learner when it comes to following the winning recipe for Thanksgiving football. On Tuesday night, NovemThe New Advocate Online: www.advocatenews.net CTE OCAT AT www.advocatenews.net Published Every Friday 617-387-2200 Malden dominates in all three phases of the game for the Turkey Time ‘W,’ extending series winning streak to seven games ber 22, Coach Exilhomme made sure the two main ingredients were key parts of the game plan in historic Game #135 versus traditional rival Medford High School. The two essential additives? Tried-and-true, dating all the way to 1889, are these: — Run the football, early, often, late... and then run it some more — Limit turnovers. Better yet? Render them extinct on Thanksgiving Football Day. Checked all the boxes: run the ball, no turnovers On Tuesday, November 22, Coach Exilhomme and the Golden Tornados squad checked those two key boxes fi rst and then many more in a convincSanta Claus is coming to Town – at Pine Banks! Special to Th e Advocate S anta Claus will once again take time out of his busy schedule at the North Pole to visit his headquarters at Pine Banks Park on Saturday, December 17 from 2-6 p.m. This is Santa’s 73rd annual trip to see the good little boys and girls of Malden and Melrose! Santa will visit with children to hear what they want for Christmas (so make sure you bring your Christmas list) and will also pose for keepsake photos. Park Superintendent Kevin Benner along with the Pine Bank’s elves will be preparing Santa’s offi ce and decorating the park with beautiful lights. Malden Councillor Barbara Murphy and Santa’s helpers from Ward 5 will be serving delicious hot chocolate and cookies. Don’t miss your chance to let Santa know if you’ve been naughty or nice! ing, at times dominating, 3415 win over Medford. That the game took place at iconic Fenway Park – home of the Boston Red Sox – just added to the built-in glitz and glamour already attached to this ancient series. With the win, Malden extended its win streak on Thanksgiving to seven games, taking a 69-56 lead in the series which E Friday, December 2, 2022 Malden hits it out of the park in Thanksgiving victory over Medford, 34-15, at Fenway Park ONE FOR THE HISTORY BOOKS: Malden High School football players, cheerleaders, coaches and supporters, including Mayor Gary Christenson, (pictured far left) celebrate the team’s Thanksgiving game win over Medford at Fenway Park on Tuesday. More photos and team history inside this edition.(Photo by Paul Hammersley) began in 1889. There have been 10 ties. “We are so grateful to everyone who played a role to have been able to play our most important game of the season at such a tremendous venue, here at Fenway Park,” Coach Exilhomme said after the victory, almost immediVICTORY | SEE PAGE 16 City Council votes to ease property taxes for residents By Barbara Taormina T he City Council adopted a tax rate and policy this week that refl ect the collective belief that residents and families are the foundation of the community. The council unanimously approved Director of Assessments Nate Cramer’s recommendation that the city set a residential tax factor of .9027. The tax factor determines how much of the 2023 tax burden will fall to residential property owners and how much will be shifted to owners of commercial and industrial properties. The city can only collect 2 ½ percent more than the total amount of property tax revenue collected last year. Malden has historically favored shifting as much of the tax burden as possible from residential real estate owners to commercial and industrial property owners. When all the number crunchTAXES | SEE PAGE 8 $4.20 GALLON We accept: MasterCard * Visa * & Discover Price Subject to Change without notice 100 Gal. Min. 24 Hr. Service 781-286-2602

Page 2 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Maureen McGaffigan celebrates 80 years Advocate Staff Report L ifelong Malden resident Maureen McGaffi gan turned 80 years young on November 26. Mayor Gary Christenson stopped by Pearl Street Station to join her family celebration and give her a citation in recognition of her milestone birthday. Maureen has been very involved in the community through her participation in many organizations, including Zonta, Bike to the Sea, the Irish American Women’s Auxiliary and the Malden Democratic City Committee. Most impressive is her 50plus years she dedicated to nursing both as a school nurse and a member of Malden’s Board of Health. When Mayor Christenson asked Maureen what her secret is for such a long and hap- py life, she said that the love of family keeps her young. Mayor Gary Christenson and Maureen McGaffi gan M ayor Gary Christenson recently attended the Council on American-Islamic Relations-Massachusetts (CAIR-MA) 6th Annual Fundraiser Banquet to congratulate Malden student Afnaan Zeabi with a citation for being recognized by CAIR-MA for extraordinary courage. Afnann has redefined the word “courage” after standing up for Malden student recognized for advocacy Advocate Staff Report herself and other students who choose to express their religious faith. As a student at the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School, Afnaan advocated for reform to the school’s uniform policy so that students may freely wear clothing to express their culture and religious beliefs. Additionally, she is a top student who excels in her studies and works hard to serve her community. Congratulations! Mayor Gary Christenson and Malden student Afnaan Zeab www.eight10barandgrille.com We Have Reopened for Dine-In and Outside Seating every day beginning at 4 PM WE'RE OPEN! 8 Norwood Street, Everett (617) 387-9810 STAY SAFE!

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Page 3 Mayor, Congresswoman distribute groceries at United Way Thanksgiving event at YMCA Advocate Staff Report M ayor Gary Christenson and Congresswoman Katherine Clark distributed groceries to families at the Malden YMCA during the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley’s 23rd Annual Thanksgiving Project. The United Way is providing meals to 20,000 families across 24 distribution sites in 21 communities in Eastern Massachusetts. Packages of Thanksgiving meal essentials were distributed to families in need. Families received a reusable grocery bag fi lled with turkey stuff - ing, potatoes, cornbread, rice, black beans, canned peas, green beans, onions and canned corn. Families also received a disposable turkey pan and either a turkey or a grocery gift card in their bags to purchase a turkey, depending on the distribution site. Since 1999, the United Way has distributed Thanksgiving groceries to families in Greater Boston. As the region emerges from the pandemic, families continue to face economic challenges, including rising prices for essential items, including groceries. According to the American Farm Bureau’s annual survey, the average cost of Thanksgiving dinner this year is the highest on record, up 20% from last year. “I’m truly grateful to the United Way for ensuring that all enjoy a homecooked holiday meal with their families,” said Mayor Christenson. AUTOTECH Congresswoman Katherine Clark, Mayor Gary Christenson, Malden YMCA CEO Debbie Amaral and United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley President/CEO Bob Giannino Malden Menorah Lighting at City Hall Plaza Dec. 18 P lease join us to experience the light, warmth and joy of Hannukah!The City of Malden along with the Chabad of the North Shore invites the public to the Malden Public Menorah Lighting on the fi rst night of Hanukkah, Sunday, December 18th from 5-6:30 PM on City Hall Plaza, 215 Pleasant Street. The evening will begin inside the lobby of City Hall with crafts for kids, dreidel games, goodies, and more! Also featured will be the Malden High School Madrigals Singers. This Festival of Lights is open to all, and everyone is welcome to come learn more about the Jewish celebration of Hannukah. Statement from Katherine Clark on her successful election to Democratic Whip W ASHINGTON, D.C. – Congresswoman Katherine Clark released the following statement on her election to House Democratic Whip for the 118th Congress: “I am humbled and honored and health care for every family. We will defend women’s rights and reproductive justice for every person. We will demand clean air and clean water for every community. We will build coalitions and leave no one behind.” “Today is defined by hope and unity, and I stand ready to guide our Caucus as we continue America’s march toward opportunity and equality for all.” DRIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT! Cold Hard Cash for Your Vehicle! RIVE IT - PUSH IT - TOW IT $$ CASH FOR YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR SUV! $$ Get your vehicle Winter Ready! We Offer A Complete Safety Check! • Coolant Special with Oil Change • Top Off All Fluids Gt hil Wit Rd • Synthetic Blend Oil Change Only $79.95 2010 FORD F-150 XLT Plow Package, Runs & Drives Great, Great Condition, Clean Title, 150K Miles! TRADES WELCOME! $14,900 Easy Financing Available! 154K Miles! TRADES WELCOME! $11,900 (781) 321-8841 • (617) 571-9869 1236 EasternAve • Malden EddiesAutotech.com Vehicle! We Pay Cash For Your (Most vehicles) 2017 DODGE CARAVAN GT Loaded, Heated Front & Rear Seats, Premium Sound System, Keyless Entry, Clean Title, Katherine Clark Congresswoman to be the next Democratic Whip, and I am proud to be a member of the team that will lead House Democrats through this moment of transition and renewal. “House Democrats are united in our purpose: to bring people and solutions together. While the Republican agenda seeks to divide us — to secure power through chaos, to turn neighbor on neighbor — Democrats will meet the American people’s most pressing challenges with demands for progress. We will fight for affordable child care

Page 4 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Malden legislative delegation announces $49K state grant to support recycling and waste reduction in Malden Steven Ultrino State Representative Jason Lewis State Senator Special to Th e Advocate S enator Jason Lewis and Representatives Steven Ultrino, Kate Lipper-Garabedian and Paul Donato applauded the recent announcement that the Massachusetts Department 10% Off Senior Discount! SNOW BLOWER SALES, SERVICE & REPAIRS Pickup/Delivery Available 1039 BROADWAY, REVERE WWW.BIKERSOUTFITTER.COM Lawrence A. Simeone Jr. Attorney-at-Law ~ Since 1989 ~ * Corporate Litigation * Criminal/Civil * MCAD * Zoning/Land Court * Wetlands Litigation * Workmen’s Compensation * Landlord/Tenant Litigation * Real Estate Law * Construction Litigation * Tax Lein * Personal Injury * Bankruptcy * Wrongful Death * Zoning/Permitting Litigation 300 Broadway, Suite 1, Revere * 781-286-1560 lsimeonejr@simeonelaw.net Paul Donato State Representative of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) awarded the City of Malden $49,000 through their Sustainable Materials Recovery Program (SMRP). The city may use SMRP grant funding to improve local recycling, composting, reuse and household hazardous waste diversion programs. The SMRP has awarded more than $50 million in grants since the program’s creation in 2010. New to the program this year, grantees were encouraged to consider Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in their trash and recycling programs. “I’m pleased to see Malden receiving this state grant to help support the community’s recycling and waste reduction efforts,” said Senator Lewis. “As the co-founder and Senate Chair of the state legislature’s Zero Waste Caucus, I’m committed to doing everything we can to support eff orts at the local and state levels to reduce solid waste, espeKate Lipper-Garabedian State Representative cially single-use plastics that are harming our environment and public health.” “The Recycling Dividends Program is another great step that Malden is taking to create a more sustainable community,” said Representative Donato. “Finding innovative solutions to fi ght waste is vital to ensuring our planet’s future and it was a pleasure to work with my Malden colleagues on this funding.” “I’m pleased to see Malden receive state funds to maximize recycling, composting, and waste reduction programs,” said Representative Lipper-Garabedian. “I am confi dent that these funds will go a long way in promoting sustainability as we continue to look for ways to navigate the climate crisis.” “This program off ers crucial funding for cities across the Commonwealth to support and encourage recycling, composting and waste reduction Gary Christenson Mayor initiatives,” said Representative Ultrino. “I am honored to have worked with my colleagues in the legislature to secure this investment for our community, residents and small business owners to help them transition to sustainable recycling practices and protect our state’s natural resources.” “These funds continue to be an essential resource in our eff orts to make Malden more environmentally responsible when it comes to waste reduction and recycling,” said Mayor Christenson. “These funds have been used for recycling education, resident communications, special recycling efforts as well as much needed resources for being able to adapt to constantly changing regulations, we’ve been able to make signifi cant progress. I encourage our lawmakers as well as MassDEP to keep this program at the top of their priority list.” MARCHETTI CORP. 35 4.25 4.38 4.99 Available in 1 & 5 gal. Containers 4.44 DEF At The Pump $4.75 Gal. DIESEL TRUCK STOP

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Page 6 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma G ~ Malden Musings ~ Malden of our Youth Law Offices of Terrence W. Kennedy 512 Broadway, Everett • Criminal Defense • Personal Injury • Medical Malpractice Tel: (617) 387-9809 Cell: (617) 308-8178 twkennedylaw@gmail.com rowing up in Malden was special. At times I thought our childhood experiences were probably not much different than those of our neighbors to the north, south or wherever. Upon further refl ection, I concluded that growing up in Malden was indeed an awesome and unique time and place to spend my childhood. The way Malden is laid out lends to its uniqueness. How some neighborhoods were defi ned by the ethnicity of its residents lent to that uniqueness. According to political consultant/MHS Alumni Hall of Famer Michael Goldman: “Malden was a hodgepodge of neighborhoods in the 1960’s. Edgeworth was Italian on one side of Highland Ave and Irish on the other. Highland Ave where BOTH the Irish who came to Malden directly from Ireland as well as the Irish who spent time in Canada before emigrating down to America ...two distinct neighborhoods. Suff olk Square (before ‘slum clearance’ in the late 50’s) was Jewish and Black with smaller areas of Irish and Italians. Downtown Malden (always called ‘The Square’) were the remaining Protestants and Yankees. The West End was mixed (money drove the demographics/single and two-family homeowners) with some Swedes/Polish/Lithuanians scattered in with Italian and Irish. Ward 1, including Main St/Cross St/Belmont School, were Irish and a smattering of Jews. Oak Grove/Hawthorne St/Lebanon School were professional people with higher income brackets than most in Malden. Maplewood consisted of working blue collar people.” I just loved growing up in Malden! Neighborhoods were often defined by the park that was central to the location. 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Newland Street, Devir Park, Harvard Street Park, Lincoln Park, Belmont, Maplewood Square, Judson Square, Forestdale and the Vista Street gang, the Linden Square (Robinson’s News)/Linden Park crowd; Trafton Park had its characters – as well as Ferryway Park. Coytemore Lea Park was special. Suff olk Square was mostly gone growing up, but their past was alive and well. The “Rez” was a go-to place. Cannot forget Waites Mount! I haven’t even touched on Malden Square – the Signor Pizza crowd, the Brigham’s crowd, the Park Street crowd (where the saying was “What goes on at Park Street stays on Park Street”) and on and on. I also fi rmly believe that the fact that we were all crowded together within (less than) fi ve square miles made us all, for the most part, anyway, friends. Of course, the occasional fl are up would occur, but mostly we saved that for our archenemies next door – “Medfi d.” Turns out, some of the best people I ever met came from Meff a (the folly of youth)! Point being, I don’t remember much hatred going around but I do recall a tightknit community. Speaking of Malden’s storied past, the question “Where has the Malden of our youth gone?” is thrown around at various cocktail parties in Malden. This is a nebulous question, possibly meant rhetorically – nevertheless I am going to attempt to give my spin on this age-old question and how it pertains to us longtime Maldonians in present day Malden. Before I begin, I must say, without hesitation, that I love Malden of 2022. I am a fi rm believer that we are living in the best of times. Three successive administrations with innovative, highly progressive leaders (Ed Lucey, Richard Howard and Gary Christenson) have transformed Malden into one of the more desirable locations to raise a family and to grow old. Anywhere. With that said, the Malden of my youth... • was fi lled with Little League and Babe Ruth League coaches that were fully invested, fully engaged and lifelong role models • had two movie theaters within walking distance of each other • had educators that cared, who thought “outside the box” and were part of the community • had Donnie Brunelli • had athletic coaches that pushed you to be better, who showed you the fundamentals and took a vested interest in your abilities • like Mr. Grimes, Mr. Pitts, Mr. Patrie, Mr. Covelle, Mr. Adorn and a just back from the Vietnam War Johnny Marsinelli • had an Italian Feast every second weekend in August on Pearl Street since the beginning of time (and still do) • had neighborhood restaurants and pubs where they knew your name and what you drank, and knew what your parents drank also • had a downtown that was safe, accessible, full of life and still quaint • had neighborhoods with distinctive characteristics and characters – with locals marking their territory as the previous generation before them MUSINGS| SEE PAGE 21

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Page 7 Joint Committee on Education holds informational hearing on impact of pandemic on student learning T he Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on Education, which is led by Senator Jason Lewis and Representative Alice Peisch, held a special informational hearing on November 22 on the status of K-12 education in Massachusetts public schools. The Committee heard testimony from Baker-Polito Administration offi cials, educators and administrators and a number of stakeholders and education policy experts. The information gathered at the hearing will help inform the work of the state legislature. “I was very pleased to partner with Representative Peisch to hold this special informational hearing on the impacts of the pandemic on student learning and social emotional health, as well as best practices to help our students and schools continue to recover,” said Senator Lewis. “Addressing these impacts will require intensive and education sector as a whole,” Jason Lewis State Senator sustained eff orts at both the local and state levels, and I greatly appreciate the input and expertise shared by everyone who testifi ed at today’s hearing.” “It has become clear that the pandemic had a tremendous impact on student learning, the mental health of both students and teachers, and the said Representative Peisch. “Yesterday’s hearing was an important step in getting a sense of where K-12 education in Massachusetts public schools currently stands, as well as gathering information on what resources and policies might be needed at the state level to continue addressing the diverse needs of students and educators as we emerge from a period of interrupted learning. I would like to thank my co-chair, Senator Lewis, for his partnership in this effort, as well as Speaker Mariano for his unwavering support for Massachusetts schools and his leadership as we continue recovering from the various impacts of COVID-19.” Video of the full hearing will be archived and available to view on the Legislature’s website in the coming days: www. malegislature.gov. Christmas Tree Lighting and Festivities at Lincoln Commons Advocate Report W ard 7 Councillor Chris Simonelli and Mayor Gary Christenson invite members of the public to Lincoln Commons on Saturday, December 3, 2022, at 6 p.m. for the offi - cial lighting of the Christmas Tree. Please come on down to enjoy the beautiful new holiday lights, Christmas carols, hot chocolate, cookies and a special visit from Santa! This community event is free and open to all. Come kick off the holiday season with cheer! OUR OFFICE HAS MOVED TO 519 BROADWAY, EVERETT SABATINO INSURANCE AGENCY 519 BROADWAY EVERETT, MA 02149 PHONE: (617) 387-7466 FAX: (617) 381-9186 Visit us online at: Tree Lighting information Rocco Longo, Owner WWW.SABATINO-INS.COM Senator Jason Lewis Announces December Office Hours in Malden S tate Senator Jason Lewis will be holding Offi ce Hours in Malden on Monday, December 5, 2022 from 10:30-11:30am at the Malden Senior Center (7 Washington St). Any Malden resident is welcome to attend Office Hours, with no appointment necessary, to meet with the Senator and discuss any constituent issue or legislative feedback. Senator Lewis will also be holding Offi ce Hours the same day in Melrose from 12-1pm at the Milano Senior Center (201 W Foster St), and in Wakefi eld from 1:30-2:30pm at Wakefi eld Senior Center (30 Converse St). Another option for residents who would like to meet with Senator Lewis is to attend virtual Offi ce Hours, which will be held on Monday, December 19, 2022 from 2-3pm on Zoom. For further information or any questions visit SenatorJasonLewis.com or contact his offi ce at (617) 722-1206 or Jason.Lewis@masenate.gov.

Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Malden Public Library to Host Bill Powers Author Talk December 8th 6-7pm Malden Public Library B ill Powers will be at the Malden Public Library on December 8th from 6-7pm for an author talk on his new book “When the Smoked Cleared: A Murder Mystery in Malden.” Early on a summer morning in 2000 what started off as possible arson in a Malden residenLaw Offices of JOSEPH D. CATALDO, P.C. “ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW” • ESTATE/MEDICAID PLANNING • WILLS/TRUSTS/ESTATES • INCOME TAX PREPARATION • WEALTH MANAGEMENT • RETIREMENT PLANNING • ELDER LAW 369 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 (617)381-9600 JOSEPH D. CATALDO, CPA, CFP, MST, ESQUIRE. AICPA Personal Financial Specialist Designee tial complex quickly turned into a homicide investigation. Detective Lieutenant Bill Powers was on-scene that morning as senior supervisor of the Massachusetts State Police Unit assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Offi ce. This true crime thriller takes the reader from the crime scene, through the trial prep and court proceedings, to the fi nal verdict. His position and direct involvement in the case off ers a unique perspective on the many people involved in solving and prosecuting capital crimes and the broad criminal justice system. From the book “Beyond a police and courtroom procedural, this story is about the personal struggles in the victim’s life and how her death impacted her family’s lives in ways no one TAXES | FROM PAGE 1 ing is done, Cramer expects that next year’s residential tax rate will be $12.19 per $1,000 of value, down from $12.35 in 2022. However, it’s important to note that tax bills are determined more by the assessed value of a property rather than the tax rate. And property values have been on the rise. According to Cramer’s numbers, the value of an average residential property in Malden is $689,480. The value of the average commercial property in the city is $1,387,939. The new tax rate for commercial property is estimated to be $18.69 (down from last year’s rate of $19.17) per $1,000 of assessed value. But shifting the tax burden from homeowners to businesses is only part of Malden’s Bill Powers Author could have foreseen. It is a love story that grew from unspeakable tragedy.” Seating may be limited. Call (781) 324-0218 for more information and registration. Learn more about Bill Powers including his previous book Murderous Rage visit PowersonPolicing.com pro-resident approach to real estate taxes. The council also voted this week to approve its 30 percent residential tax exemption for owner-occupied properties, which is a signifi cant benefi t to residential property owners, particularly in times of economic stress. In his presentation, Cramer outlined the eff ect of the residential exemption. The tax bill for the average single-family property in Malden at next year’s tax rate is estimated at $8,408 without the exemption. But the exemption cut that cost by $195,592, leaving residential property owners with a tax bill of $4,278. As always, residents who feel their tax bills or assessments are unfair can fi le for an abatement. And there are other types of tax relief for seniors, veterans and disabled residents. A trusted family name combined with exceptional craftsmanship & professionalism. Call for a consultation & quote. 64 Years! • Vinyl Siding • Carpentry Work • Decks • Roofing • Replacement Windows • Free Estimates • Fully Licensed • Fully Insured

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Page 9 TDM Church receives $6,500 grant to expand local hunger relief efforts Project Bread awards project-based grants to community organizations statewide F ood insecurity rose drastically during the pandemic and has yet to decline to pre-pandemic rates as one in six households – and one in fi ve households with children – across the Commonwealth struggle with having enough to eat, disproportionately impacting Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) families. Community-based organizations, such as TDM Church, have been a critical and steadfast resource, providing a wide variety of food access points for residents. To further local hunger relief eff orts in Malden, the nonprofi t has received a $6,500 project-based grant from Project Bread. TDM Church is one of 28 nonprofits to receive unrestricted funds from Project Bread, a statewide anti-hunger organization. Since 2021, Project Bread has granted over $680,000 to nonprofi ts to support communities hit hardest by COVID-19 and ongoing economic challenges, including Brockton, East Boston, Everett, Fitchburg, Holyoke, Lawrence, Lynn, Lowell, Malden, Mattapan, New Bedford, Quincy, Randolph and Worcester. This fall, Project Bread launched the Pathways to Change grant, distributing an additional $58,500 to TDM Church and eight other nonprofi ts in the same communities to recognize and support their work to address food insecurity and the underlying economic and racial inequities that contribute to it. With this project-based funding, Project Bread aims to support the creation of spaces for community conversations and engagement around food access that will strengthen relationships between individuals and food programs, support collaboration and achieve positive social change. The funds can be used to pay for community facilitators, art supplies, compensation for conversation participants, and other activity-related expenses. “Connecting people with sustainable solutions not only brings immediate relief but also provides agency and empowers people in the long term. We learned that solutions must come from the people closest to the problem,” said Project Bread’s Director of Community Partnerships, Adriana Mendes-Sheldon. “We continue to learn from and invest in our community partners because of their strength in creating local, sustainable solutions. Supporting our community partners, like TDM Church, is one of our key strategies for ending hunger statewide.” In Malden, TDM Church is using the Pathways to Change grant to launch the BELONG Project, a new initiative focused on encouraging people to connect with each other and receive information that improves their living conditions, reaching every area of their lives. The target is to promote conversations and connection with the immigrant community and off er solutions for improving well-being and safety through meetings, dinners, encounters with families and Upcoming Family Movie Night at Malden Public Library oin us for Family Movie Night on Wednesday, December 14, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. We will J be showing a movie based on the classic children’s book “Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile” by Bernard Waber. “After moving to NYC, the Lyle Crocodile Primm family’s life changes when they discover Lyle, the singing crocodile.” This 2022 movie stars Javier Bardem, Constance Wu and Shawn Mendes as Lyle –rated PG – 106 minutes. It is free and open to the public. Movie times are approximate. Registration is recommended. teens, community picnics and TED talks like gatherings. “Our aim with the BELONG Project is to promote social engagement within the immigrant community and off er an open environment for discussions and learnings to empower individuals and families to prevent food insecurity in that community,” said the BELONG Project’s Executive Director, Sara Teixeira. “As a Christian institution, we believe our mission is to be relevant and impact our community using all our resources to build a better world. Letting our lights shine is about making a diff erence in others’ lives, and our mission is to manifest the love of God in every available way.” Since before the pandemic, Project Bread has been leading Massachusetts’s response to an ongoing hunger crisis that aff ects thousands of residents statewide, such as supporting school and community meal sites and running the Commonwealth’s only statewide hotline that connects residents with a range of food resources, from Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) assistance to information on food pantry hours and locations. The nonprofi t works closely with legislators and other elected offi cials as well as in partnership with government agencies, including the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Department of Transitional Assistance, to increase access to and participation in federal nutrition programs, such as SNAP and free school meals. People experiencing food insecurity should call Project Bread’s toll-free FoodSource Hotline (1-800-645-8333), which provides confi dential assistance to connect with food resources, including SNAP benefi ts, in 180 languages and for the hearing impaired. For more information, visit www.projectbread.org/get-help. About TDM Church: Our vision is to proclaim the kingdom of God to the last person of earth. We follow the following vision: Go and preach the gospel (Mark 16:15). We invest in families and missions. Our primary focus is loving our neighbor. Our mission is to preach the word of God to everyone and see people become devout followers of Jesus. About Project Bread: Project Bread is the leading statewide anti-hunger organization in Massachusetts. Beginning in 1969 with the fi rst Walk for Hunger, the nonprofit has focused on driving systemic change to ensure people of all ages have reliable access to healthy food. Project Bread works collaboratively across sectors to create innovative solutions to end hunger and improve lives across the Commonwealth. For more information, visit www.projectbread.org.

Page 10 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 ATRIA MAPLEWOOD PLACE REBRANDS AS HOLIDAY MAPLEWOOD PLACE Completes Multi-Million Dollar Renovation; Expands Memory Care Offerings M ALDEN, MA (November 29, 2022) – Holiday Maplewood Place, a senior living community operated by Atria Senior Living since 2005, has transitioned to the company’s Holiday by Atria brand. Extensive community renovations were part of the rebranding process, including an expansion of the memory care neighborhood with nine Gerry D’Ambrosio Attorney-at-Law Is Your Estate in Order? Do you have an update Will, Health Care Proxy or Power of Attorney? If Not, Please Call for a Free Consultation. 14 Proctor Avenue, Revere (781) 284-5657 Dan 1972 R.Y.O. TUBES ON SALE CIGAR SMOKER’S DELIGHT! 15 Handmade Cigars - Long Leaf Filler - Four Year Old Tobacco Wrapped including a Cohiba $43.95 HOLIDAY SPECIALS NOW IS THE TIME - THIS IS THE PLACE! 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A ribbon-cutting ceremony with Malden Mayor Gary Christenson will take place at 6:15 pm. Originally built in 1905 as a grammar school, the building was home to Marcia P. Browne Junior High School for many decades before closing in the early 1990s. The building retains much of its historic charm with its preserved façade, large windows, high ceilings, extra-wide hallways and grand staircase. “The transition of Atria Maplewood Place to the Holiday by Atria brand helps us better serve the senior population in Malden and continue delivering trusted, quality care,” said Holiday’s Chief Operating Officer Mike Mejia. “For example, a unique feature is a central community room used for both dining and daily events. Residents use this space to gathOur 50th Anniversary Chris 2022 er and develop a deeper sense of community.” Just north of Boston in Malden, Holiday Maplewood Place offers independent living, assisted living and memory care services. The rebranding makes the community the first to offer memory care services under the Holiday by Atria brand. With Atria’s decades of experience serving seniors with dementia, every aspect of the memory care neighborhood has been thoughtfully designed to best serve residents – from the types of activities offered to the physical layout. “We know remaining connected to others and the local community in meaningful ways is essential to the well-being of older adults,” said Scott Johnson, Regional Vice President at Holiday by Atria. “Holiday Maplewood Place is a beautiful community where residents come together and enjoy exceptional service and amenities.” Holiday operates more than 200 communities in the U.S. – from the East Coast to Hawaii – and already has a strong footprint in Massachusetts with locations in Agawam, Chelmsford, East Longmeadow and Lenox. Holiday Maplewood Place continues to be a part of the Atria family, which means the community will deliver the same employee training standards paired with a strong regional and divisional support infrastructure – all backed by Atria’s industry-leading quality standards. To learn more about Holiday Maplewood Place, visit HolidayMaplewoodPlace.com. For more information about Holiday by Atria, visit HolidaySeniorLiving.com or follow them on Facebook or LinkedIn. For career opportunities, visit AtriaCareers.com. Melrose 200 Club to participate in Melrose Chamber of Commerce ‘Home for the Holidays’ I n conjunction with the City’s “Home for the Holidays” event on Friday and Saturday, the Congregational Retirement Homes will have items for sale. All are welcome to visit us on Saturday, December 3 at the Fuller House (101 Cottage St.) from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. We will feature handmade creations, costume jewelry, holiday gifts and gently used white elephant items. We will also be raffling off a wide array of gift baskets and gift certificates and holding a 50/50 cash raffle. Coffee and donuts will be available for purchase. Special holiday trolleys will run on Saturday, carrying shoppers and families looking for holiday cheer to various activities and shops in our business district, so check for the trolley routes and take the one that stops the closest to us and drop in. Trolley rides are free and are made possible through the many local businesses that sponsor them. Please visit www.melrosechamber.org for further details, including specific schedule of events on Friday and Saturday, trolley maps and more.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Page 11 Fellsmere Pond tree lighting kicks off the Holiday season with hundreds of children waiting to meet Santa By Tara Vocino C ity Council President Craig Spadafora, Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan and Mayor Gary Christenson hosted the largest tree lighting yet with more than 200 people in attendance during Saturday’s Sixth Annual Tree Lighting at Fellsmere Pond. Chelsea Spear performed “Rudolph’s Ranch,” an original holiday song. Host Craig Spadafora said Saturday was the best turnout yet with more than 200 people in attendance. Some attendees during Saturday’s Sixth Annual Tree Lighting at Fellsmere Pond, pictured from left to right: Ward 1 Councillor Peg Crowe, Councillor-at-Large/City Council President Craig Spadafora, Santa, Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan, Mayor Gary Christenson, School Committee Vice-Chair Jen Spadafora, Peter Caso and Councillor-at-Large Carey McDonald. State Representatives Paul Donato and Steve Ultrino. The Christmas tree is lit. Baby’s First Christmas: Michael and Alyse Burgholzer with their daughter, Lily, 4 months. Rachael Klane (at right), Jessica Spadafora and Franklin Spadafora (wearing a reindeer sweater). Christmas wishes: Councillor-at-Large/ City Council President Craig Spadafora (at left) and Mayor Gary Christenson made a wish list for Santa. The Bor-Zale family: Kristen, James, Luke, 2, and Noah, 3 months, by the tree. School Committee Vice-Chair Jennifer and Bill Spadafora with their daughter, Rene. Ward 7 Councillor Christopher Simonelli with his girlfriend, Kelly Gibbs. His tree lighting will be on Saturday at 6 p.m. at Lincoln Commons. Baby’s First Christmas: Daniel and Sarah Sutton and their daughter, Shay, 6 months. Shown from left to right: Peter Caso, Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan, entertainer Chelsea Spear, Mayor Gary Christenson and Councillor-at-Large Craig Spadafora organized the Sixth Annual Tree Lighting at Fellsmere Pond. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Councillor-at-Large Carey McDonald, his wife Sarah, and their children: Julian, 7, and Hosea, 5. Xuguang and Ella Xu, with their daughter Zilling Xu, 3 Santa checks Mayor Gary Christenson’s Christmas list.

Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net Quaker Lane acquires $24.45MM Malden industrial property COST BASIS OF INHERITED PROPERTY T he cost basis of property acquired from a decedent is equal to the fair market value of such property at the time of the decedent’s death. This is pursuant to Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 1014(a) (1). This is referred to as the step up in cost basis. If real estate valued at $500,000 is devised pursuant to an individual’s Last Will and Testament or pursuant to the terms of a living Trust, the recipient of this real estate receives the benefi t of a cost basis equal to the $500,000. It's a new starting point. It’s as if the benefi ciary of the Will or Trust paid $500,000 for the real estate. If the real estate is sold shortly thereafter for $500,000, no capital gains tax will have to be paid. If the property were sold two years later for $600,000, the capital gain to be reported would only be $100,000. It is therefore very important to take into consideration the value of this step up in cost basis when creating an estate plan. Capital gains taxes can be as high as 23.8% federal and 5% Mass. With the new Millionaires tax in Massachusetts, some capital gains could be taxed at an additional 4% rate. Once taxable income exceeds $1,000,000, the excess income is taxed at a rate of 9%. The capital gain could actually push you over the $1,000,000 of income. Consequently, it is even more important to take advantage of the step up in cost basis in order to eliminate or minimize the actual capital gain itself. If appreciated real estate or stocks are simply given to your children outright, the cost basis in the hands of your children would be your cost basis. This is referred to as a carryover basis. You would look to what you originally paid for the real estate or stock, improvements to the real estate, depreciation taken if rental property, etc., in order to determine cost basis. Outright gifts like this do not make much sense in the vast majority of cases. It would be better to place the property in a living Trust in order to avoid probate, obtain the step up in cost basis, provide for estate tax savings and possibly protect against a nursing home if that is one of the objectives. Generally, the capital gains tax savings to the children upon a future sale of appreciated real estate or stock far outweighs the negative of having to pay a Massachusetts estate tax due to the real estate and stock being included in the decedent’s taxable estate. As an example, a $5,500,000 taxable estate consisting of appreciated real estate and stock would cost approximately $460,000 in Massachusetts estate taxes. If the original cost basis of the real estate was only $500,000 because the property was purchased 50 years ago and/or fully depreciated (if rental property), the capital gains tax savings would approximate $1.425million. The net savings to the children would be $965,000. There would be no federal estate tax as the current federal exemption is over $12million. Keep in mind that under IRC Section 1223(9), the holding period for assets received from a decedent shall be considered to be more than one year, even though the assets may have been sold by the beneficiary within one year from the date of death. Pursuant to IRC Section 1223(2), the holding period of the person making an outright gift plus the holding period of the recipient of the gift is added together in order to determine if a short-term (less than one year) or long-term (more than one year) capital gain would be recognized upon a subsequent sale. Joseph D. Cataldo is an estate planning/elder law attorney, Certifi ed Public Accountant, Certifi ed Financial Planner, AICPA Personal Financial Specialist and holds a master’s degree in taxation. B urgess Properties, LLC, one of Greater Boston’s premier suburban commercial brokerage fi rms, recently announced that it has brokered the sale of 180/184 Charles Street in Malden for $24,450,000. The +/64,300 SF building on +/-3.8 acres has been the longtime home of awning company Sunsetter Products – currently the asset’s sole tenant. The well-located property is situated one block from the Malden Orange Line T and Commuter Rail Stop and close to major highways. Boston-based Quaker Lane Capital, which has other assets in ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY (NOFA) American Rescue Plan Act Funds Available for Vacant Property Acquisitions NOFA RELEASED: QUESTIONS DUE: ADDENDUM RELEASED: APPLICATIONS DUE: APPLICATION OPENING: NOVEMBER 9, 2022 AT 10:00 A.M. DECEMBER 1, 2022 AT 10:00 A.M. DECEMBER 1, 2022 AT 4:00 P.M. DECEMBER 12, 2022 AT 10:00 A.M. DECEMBER 12, 2022 AT 10:00 A.M. DELIVER SEALED APPLICATIONS TO: Malden Redevelopment Authority 215 Pleasant Street, Third Floor Malden, MA 02148 The City of Malden has received $45.7 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Local Fiscal Recovery funds and has granted $2 million to the Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) to acquire, rehabilitate, and sell vacant properties as affordable homes to income-eligible households. The MRA is accepting applications from qualified applicants for the acquisition of vacant properties. Applicants must be owners of vacant property located in the city of Malden. Applications are available upon request. Applications are due on December 12, 2022 at 10:00 A.M. The City’s Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development (OSPCD) will review applications for accuracy and completion. OSPCD staff may request additional information after an application has been received. Please submit any application requests or questions in writing to OSPCD Housing Program Coordinator Kristina Tseng at ktseng@cityofmalden.org with “Vacant Properties Acquisition” in the subject line. Malden, acquired the property. Malden is seeing a signifi cant transformation in recent years, with many new developments underway, especially around its transit-oriented downtown. Steve Nohrden of Burgess Properties, Inc. was the sole broker in this transaction.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Page 13 Francis and Barbara Brown “Don’t Be Alone on Thanksgiving” luncheon Delivered meals to shut-ins and dozens of in-house guests By Tara Vocino B read of Life and the office of Mayor Gary Christenson sponsored a Francis and Barbara Brown Don’t Be Alone On Thanksgiving luncheon at Malden High School last Thursday afternoon. Approximately 1,000 meals were delivered to shut-ins as well as dozens of inhouse guests. Pictured from left to right: Linda Crugnale, Ethan Ho, Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley, Ashlee Bellizia and Andy Bellizia served food. Shown seated are guests Gregory Goguen, Jack Goguen, 5, Hannah Goguen, 2, and Yan Gao – surrounded by Tri-Hearts Foundation members and officials, pictured from left to right: Trinity Azor, Tracy Beauvoir, Shnaider Beausejour, Rose Reveil, Triton Louis Beauvais, Osner Azor. Hertha Lazarre, U.S. Senator Ed Markey, Dr. Susan Markey, Ward 6 Councillor Stephen Winslow, Mayor Gary Christenson, Ward 4 Councillor Ryan O’Malley, School Committee Member Adam Weldai and Yi Zhou during last Thursday’s Don’t Be Alone on Thanksgiving luncheon at Malden High School. Shown from left to right: Ward 6 Councillor Stephen Winslow, Mayor Gary Christenson, and School Committee Member Adam Weldai served lunch to John Taylor. Bread of Life Executive Director Gabriella Snyder Stelmack said approximately 1,000 shut-ins were delivered Thanksgiving meals. Bread of Life Kitchen Coordinator Maria Tiro directed volunteers. Ms. Massachusetts Holly Garcia with guest John Taylor (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) School Committee Member Adam Weldai and Mayor Gary Christenson served Thanksgiving lunch to Jerry Colantonio. New SmartPass system for students draws high marks at Malden High School MHS is one of 25 schools in Massachusetts now using the new system; In Malden, it may expand districtwide By Steve Freker D o not buy any more stock in 3M Co. until we see how this all pans out. But from the looks of it, the instant success of a new, digital system called SmartPass may one day put a dent in sales of one of 3M 's marquee products: Post-It Notes. Malden High School has joined 25 other schools across the state in starting a new Hall Pass system that replaces the age-old written paper pass. The SmartPass system was featured in a Boston Globe story over this past weekend, with Malden High School highlighted. 'CREATE PASS' Now and Future: Using SmartPass, teachers and administrators issue digital passes each time a student leaves the classroom. (Courtesy/Malden Public Schools) SmartPass includes the classroom or office the student originated in, where they are going, what time the pass was issued and what time it expired.(Courtesy Photo) Nationwide, an estimated 500,000 students are now using the SmartPass system in over 600 schools. So far, the reviews have been positive on both sides of the exchange. In Malden, Principal Chris Mastrangelo said he and the administrative team and staff have been more than pleased with the new system. He said a number of students who have expressed opinions about SmartPass to him and the MHS staff have mostly all been receptive to the change and positive SMARTPASS | SEE PAGE 21

Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE ROUNDUP: Everett, Malden & Revere Boys Basketball tip off tonight in Inaugural Ron Bennett Jamboree in Lynn By Steve Freker T he new varsity rosters are still “hot off the press” as 12 local boys basketball teams hit the hardwood tonight for their fi rst scrimmage action. And it will be a doozy! It’s the fi rst-ever Ron Bennett Boys Basketball Jamboree and it begins at 4:00 p.m. at Lynn English High School (LEHS), former 41-year coaching home for Bennett, who is the winningest high school coach in the history of the city of Lynn. Coach Bennett was the boys’ basketball head coach at Lynn English from 1965-2013 and the baseball head coach at LEHS from 1975-2013. In 41 years steering the two major Bulldog sports seasons, he rang up over 800 coaching wins. With two other like-minded preseason jamboree events having come and gone in Lynn, Lynn English Athletic Director Dick Newton brought this type of event back this year, this time honoring his own former coach. Newton was a standout for English in the late 1970s and early 1980s in both sports under Coach Bennett. “We wanted to bring it back in his name,” NewThe late former Lynn English boys’ basketball and baseball Head Coach Ron Bennett coached 41 years until 2013 at age 75. He passed away at 80 in 2018. ton said, “I’m lucky I am in a position to honor him. He did so much for the school and the kids.” The jamboree includes six games, each 45 minutes after the previous game, with the fi rst beginning at 4 p.m. The scrimmage games will consist of two eight-minute quarters. Competing in this inaugural event will be 12 teams in all, including seven of the eight Greater Boston League (GBL) varsity teams, including host Lynn English. Three Advocate readership teams – Everett, Malden and Revere – will be competing tonight, along with three other GBLers: Chelsea, Lynn Classical, Somerville. KIPP Academy, Lynn Tech and Wakefi eld round out the even dozen dusting it up at Lynn English High tonight. Locally, Coach David Leary’s Revere High Patriots will open the event by taking on the Chelsea Red Devil boys at 4:00 p.m. Everett will take on Wakefi eld at 5:30 p.m., and Head Coach Don Nally’s Malden High Golden Tornados play Lynn Tech at 6:15 p.m.Following is the full schedule at Lynn English High School tonight: Chelsea vs. Revere (4 p.m.), KIPP vs. Somerville (4:45 p.m.), Everett vs. Wakefi eld (5:30 p.m.), Lynn Tech vs. Malden (6:15), Lynn Classical vs. Melrose (7 p.m.), Lynn English vs. East Boston (7:45 p.m.). *** Coach Nally, Malden High boys looking forward to tonight’s Bennett Jamboree The longest-serving boys basketball head coach in Malden High school history says he’s been looking forward to the start of this season a bit more than most – for a lot of reasons. “We had some big-time injuries last year which really left us shorthanded on a lot of nights,” said Coach Nally, who embarked on his 21st season at the helm for Malden on Monday, referring to the forgettable, 1-19 campaign last winter. The Malden coach said this year’s group is a mix between seasoned veterans and talented newcomers. A big piece of the puzzle this season is the return of 6-4 senior Jonald Joseph, who missed all of the 2021-22 season with a microfracture in his back, an injury more common to college and NBA players. Joseph and senior classmate Justin Bell, a 5-10 shooting guard, are the two key guys back for Malden. Nally said there are still lots of question marks, but he and his players are looking forward to participating in tonight’s event – a little slice of real-time varsity competition in anticipation of the actual real deal. After tonight’s jamboree game, Malden is back in scrimmage action next Thursday, December 8 at home at 4:00 p.m. The Golden Tornados boys open for real on Tuesday, December 13 at the Finn Gym versus nextdoor Greater Boston League rival Medford (6:00 p.m. tipoff ). Sophomore ‘Excel’-homme belts grand-slam homer in Thanksgiving win Gets Malden Tornadoes team off to great start with 95-yard kickoff return touchdown; tacks on two more TDs in dominant performance By Steve Freker N o, they do not plan on allowing action on high school GRAND OPENING: Malden High sophomore running back Kervenson “Kevin” Exilhomme is shown running back the opening kickoff 95 yards for a Golden Tornados touchdown last Tuesday at Fenway Park in Boston. (Advocate photo by Paul Hammersley) events when the state politicos vote on legalized sports betting, very soon, in the Commonwealth. But can you imagine what the odds would have been – and the haul that followed – if someone dropped some coin down the street at Encore on this proposition: “Malden will run the opening kickoff back for a touchdown against Medford for the second straight year in the Thanksgiving game...” That indeed is how it played out last Tuesday when Malden High sophomore running back Kervenson “Kevin” “Excel” Exilhomme ran back the opening kickoff 95 yards for a Golden Tornados touchdown to send the many Malden fans in the Fenway Park crowd into a frenzy. Even the ones who had not even gotten to their seats yet! Apparently, whatever magic had caused the exact same start to last year’s Malden win (12-10 over Medford in Game #134) had wafted into “America’s Oldest Ballpark” and gave Malden another whiff of it. Last year, at Macdonald Stadium in Malden, the same electrifying game starter happened when then sophomore Davian McGuffi e took a kickoff at his own 19yard line and raced up the right sideline untouched for a Golden Tornados touchdown. Got all that? – Malden-Medford Game... check. – Game-opening kickoff return... check – Sophomore kick returner.... check – Sprinting all the way up the right sideline for a touchdown... check, again! Outrageous! There’s no question this has never happened before in backto-back years in this ancient series. No way. Of course, the whole play almost ended in utter disaster for Malden – not jubilant celGRAND-SLAM | SEE PAGE 15

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Page 15 Juniors beat seniors in Malden High School Golden Tornadoes Powderpuff Flag Football game By Tara Vocino T he MHS juniors beat the seniors, 18-0, during the Malden High School Golden Tornadoes Flag Football Powderpuff game at Macdonald Stadium last Wednesday. Quarterback Peyton Lightbody (in back) and Center Ava Conroy got into position during last Wednesday’s Malden High School Golden Tornadoes Powderpuff Flag Football game at MacDonald Stadium. The juniors won against the senior class. Mayor Gary Christenson did a coin toss. (Courtesy photo, Mayor Gary Christenson) The juniors played against the seniors. Black Team, pictured from left to right: Front row: Kennedy Clark, Giselle Dessert, Aline Dao, Victoria Nguyen, Beatriz Santos and Abby Morrison; back row: Ryan Coggswell, Jayden Fernezan, Deuel Obdeus, Jayden Caplis, Julie Grillon, Shannon Votaw, Victoria Gammon, Ramneet Chahal, Marie Laguerre, Grace Sewell, Aamaya Johnson, Shuyi Chen and Coach Kristen Kirby; bottom row: Mindy Nguyen, Ayla Gomes, Tia Sljuka, Rachel Luciano and Aimee Castro; top row: Marlielys Castillo, Peyton Lightbody, Ava Conroy, Saura Rastore, Allison Yu and Nicole Zeng; in back: Coach/ Senior Advisor/Referee Michael Lightbody and Robert Schultz. GRAND-SLAM | FROM PAGE 14 ebration. Medford kicker Matt Wright – who’s got quite a leg on him – boomed the opening kickoff in the air to about the Malden 20-yard line. It took a bounce or two and made Exilhomme double back to about the Malden 4-yard line. He picked it up... but then dropped it and began to squirt away as the Medford kick coverage team swarmed to him. Miraculously for Malden, just as Exilhomme appeared to be getting knocked over like a bowling pin, he scooped the ball, made one juke and began racing up the right sideline, right in front of the team benches. Since just about the entire Medford team had converged on Exilhomme before he declined “sitting duck” status back at the 4-yard line, there was nothing ahead of him but wide-open Fenway Park left field grass. Ninety-five yards later, he was in the end zone, and Malden had remarkably duplicated its fantastic game-opening play from a year earlier. “Once I had the ball safe under arm and I saw an opening, I just ran as fast as I could,” Exilhomme, who has started every game on both offense and defense this year, recalled. “When I saw no one in front of me, I just ran a little harder to get to the end zone. I knew I could score and I did.” At a couple of points on his lengthy, 95-yard jaunt, Exilhomme himself appeared to have a bit of disbelief, as in just about every photo that was published of him after the game, his head seems to be on a swivel, looking behind to see if anyone was gaining on him. No one was. The opening fireworks was just the precursor to the career game Exilhomme would go on to have, as he would tack on two more touchdowns and lead the game in rushing (29 carries, 81 yards). His contribution to the Malden ground game was the foundation for the Golden Tornados’ gameplan. He also was a key “hot” receiver for sophomore classmate and quarterback Aidan Brett, who dumped off to him three times for what turned out to be drive-continuing receptions, all three of them on third down. For any college recruiters in the house that night, it was a bit of a coming out party for Exilhomme, a lanky, 6-2, 195 running back/linebacker who just recently turned 16 years old. Just a sophomore, the learning curve has a way to go for him and his teammates on the youth-driven Golden Tornados; he sure had an awfully big head start. Exilhomme’s head coach, second-year Top Tornado Witche Exilhomme, who starred for Malden a decade-plus ago, happens to be Kevin’s older brother. The Malden football boss, who also was a standout at American International College (AIC) from 2013-2016 and had some professional football looks, admits he’s a “hard marker” when it comes to evaluating his younger brother Kevin. But even he was able to give a solid “thumbs up” after Tuesday’s win. “I’m very, very happy for him [Kevin] and I’ll never tell him that,” said Coach Witche, with a smile. “He’s having a very good year and he’s going to shatter my records.” “For him to come out here, play tough, take this personal, clock in when we needed him, that’s very big. I’m very happy for him,” the Malden coach added. “I’m happy for his future, and I’m just fortunate and blessed to be a part of it and witness it from the sideline, not from the stands.” The way it looks right now, Kevin Exilhomme may have left more than the sophomore jitters in the rear-view mirror on his historic kickoff return TD, and it looks like smooth sailing with some great experience gained as the 2023 and 2024 seasons loom ahead.

Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 VICTORY | FROM PAGE 1 ately after taking a double-dump of the obligatory, postgame water coolers over his head. “We are also very pleased that our players stepped up to the challenge and followed the game plan so well,” the Malden second-year coach added. “It was very important to us to play a solid game and get this win because we knew how many fans and Malden High alumni, former players and other supporters would be here with us tonight,” Coach Exilhomme said. “They all deserve to see Members of the MHS Golden Tornadoes football team pose for the cameras following their victory over Medford at Fenway Park last week. Tornado QB Brett Aiden prepares to pass the ball downfield as the Tornado offensive line holds back Medford rushers. us play our best.” Malden erased the slightest of doubt that the Golden Tornados had come to play – and play well – on the very first play of the entire game, when sophomore running back Kervenson “Kevin” Exilhomme, younger brother of the coach, took the opening kickoff all the way back up the right sideline 95 yards for a touchdown and a 6-0 lead. Second year in row Malden ran back opening kick for a score Incredibly, it was the second GREAT START: Tornado wide receiver Kevin Exilhomme carries the ball all the way to the end zone following the kickoff AT Fenway Park. straight year that the game had begun in this identical fashion. Medford blocked the Malden PAT attempt that followed, but this ended up being perhaps the only play that did not go Malden’s way for the rest of the first half. On the Mustangs’ first offenTornado Deuel Obdeus gives the stiff arm to a Medford defender for some Malden yardage. sive play of the game, about seven seconds after the kickoff return TD, Malden safety Felix Da Costa made it a “scoop-andscore” when Medford fumbled at about midfield after a short run. Da Costa, a junior and one of Malden’s top impact players on defense all year, scooped the fumble in the middle of a crowd and raced 46 yards, weaving twice to avoid potential tacklers, and made it to the end zone for a 12-0 lead for Malden. (Da Costa, who scored four TDs this season defensively on three fumble returns for TDs and a “Pick Six” interception for a touchdown, added a key pass interception in Malden territory in the second half to stop a Medford drive in the midst of a Mustang comeback attempt.) The Malden High supporters in the large crowd of close to 4,000 erupted in delirious cheers. Senior captain Kyle Paulding rumbled in for the twopoint conversion and a 14-0 lead. The rest of the first half for Malden’s wide receiver by Kyle Paulding has his eye on the ball during last week’s action against Medford. Malden was simple: Game plan, game plan, game plan. The Tornados swore by the “Run First, Pass if You Must” all the rest of the way, eating game clock and letting the much bigger Malden offensive line clear the way for Kevin Exilhomme off-tackle or on-counter runs, or junior slot receivers Davian McGuffie or Alex Avalos on againstthe-grain sweeps off handoffs. “We wanted to establish the running game and keep possession of the ball,” Coach Exilhomme said. “That was what we [Exilhomme and Offensive Coordinator Anthony Pappagallo] decided. We stuck with it, and it worked in our favor.” The end result was 122 yards rushing for Malden to under 70 yards for Medford, no Malden turnovers and, most importantly, the Tornados win. To the Medford defensive unit’s credit, the Mustangs also came to play that night at Fenway. Malden built a 22-0 lead at halftime For the remainder of the first half, Malden played possession-ball a lot of the way, scoring once more early in the second quarter, after junior linebacker Karl Lange caused and recovered a fumble for Malden, setting up a short field goal for the blue and gold offense at the Medford 27yard line. Seven plays later Malden was in the end zone again, and Kevin Exilhomme had his second of three TDs for the game, a three-yard run over right tackle for a 20-0 Malden lead. Paulding took a pop pass from Malden sophomore quarterback Aidan Brett over the left side for a commanding, 22-0 Malden lead with 8:17 left in the first half. Malden would threaten again late in the half, but Medford’s defense stood tall and kept the Tornados out of the end zone, with a Tornados drive stalling at the Medford 7-yard line. Maybe this near-goal line stand pumped some air back into Medford’s tires for the second half, as the Mustangs stole a page out of the Malden songbook and started the second half the same way Malden had started the game. Senior running back Stevens Exateur took a squibbed kickoff off the foot of Malden’s Brett at the Medford 38-yard line and hightailed to THANKSGIVING BOX SCORE Malden 34, Medford 15 Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022 at Fenway Park, Boston Score by Quarters Malden (4-6) 14 8 0 12—34 Medford (2-9) 0 0 7 8—15 Scoring Summary First quarter Malden: Kevin Exilhomme, 95-yard kickoff return (kick blocked). Malden: Felix Da Costa 46-yard fumble return (Kyle Paulding run). Second quarter Malden: Exilhomme 3-yard run (Paulding pass from Aidan Brett). Third quarter Medford: Stevens Exateur 62-yard kickoff return (Matt Wright kick). Fourth quarter Medford: Luiz Barbosa 29-yard run (Dom Rizzo run). Malden: Kervenson Exilhomme 9-yard run (rush failed). Malden: Davian Mcguffie 15-yard pass from Brett (rush failed).

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Page 17 Tornado wide receiver Kevin Exilhomme carries the ball all the way to the end zone as teammate James Hyppolite celebrates at Fenway Park. the left sideline (first-base side) right in front of the Fenway fans. Medford does not lie down, cuts lead with two TDs This time it was the Medford fans’ turn to explode as Exateur found a seam and exploited it, zigging once toward the center of the field and then outrunning everyone for a 62-yard kickoff return touchdown. Matt Wright’s PAT kick made it 22-7, Malden just seconds into Half Number Two. Let the Medford comeback begin! After Medford’s “D” answered by holding Malden to a three-and-out, the “Hey, wait a minute...” rumblings began in the stands and on the sideline. Later in the quarter, after some sleepy Malden offense and some livelier responses by the Mustang offense later on, the Medford comeback became 100% official. On the first play of the fourth quarter, after Brett was forced to punt from his own end zone and gave Medford the ball at the 31-yard line, Mustang Luiz Barbosa broke free on what looked like a simple off-tackle run and sprinted 29 yards for a Medford touchdown. Dom Rizzo’s two-point conversion run made it 22-15, and any thoughts of an easy road to this win for Malden evaporated into the cool but seasonal Fenway air. “They [Medford] had played us even for a good part of the first half and then were hanging in there in the third quarter,” said Coach Exilhomme. “It was up to us to take back control of the game. Our offensive line and our defense had gotten us the lead early; we needed those guys to step up again.” Step up, they did. The defense caused another fumble on Medford’s next possession, again by Karl Lange. But Malden went out quickly on three runs and a couple of penalties. “Da Costa Time” again with a key pass interception Two plays later, it was “Da Costa Time” again as Malden’s junior safety picked off a pass for his second turnover of the day against Medford and gave Malden another boost. Malden switched it up on this drive, with Brett (12-of-21, 124 yards, 1 TD, O INT) hitting three different receivers: McGuffie for 12, Paulding twice for 17 and then a big one, 6-5 junior Gabriel Vargas Cardoso for a 28-yard completion to the Medford 4-yard line to set Malden up at first-andgoal. After a penalty and another run play, Kevin Exilhomme scored his third touchdown of the game, a counter run over the left side for a 28-15 lead. Malden’s defense amped it up the rest of the way, led by McGuffie at cornerback, who came up with several big stops despite being hampered by an ankle he banged up on the very first series of the game, and sophomores Matheus Brito and captain James Hyppolite at linebacker, both of whom played standout defense. Brito had his best game of the season with five tackles, one of them a sack, in the second half alone. With Malden clearly in command, another Medford turnover (four on the game) led to one of the most entertaining plays of the game. Malden defensive lineman Joey Fils, the Malden defenders were all over the Medford offense as Tornado Matt Brito wraps up a Medford player for a fumble. 6-0, 285 tackle, who also had a great game at Fenway – and a superb season overall anchoring the line both ways – recovered a Medford fumble at midfield. Malden went back, and after a couple of Exilhomme runs and a key third down-and-7, Brett-to-Vargas Cardoso completion on a slant pattern from the left side for 13 yards, Malden got back into the red zone. Some Brett-to-McGuffie “Razzle Dazzle” for a TD Two plays later, Malden’s Brett ushered some good old-fashioned “Razzle Dazzle” into the game when he handed off to Exilhomme, who in turn handed off a reverse to Avalos, who then completed a “Flea Flicker” toss back to the QB. Brett escaped one tackle attempt and scrambled to nearly the right sideline before catching sight of a wideopen Mcguffie in the end zone. From a near-impossible angle, Brett fired a sidearm missile that nearly went more than six feet off the ground, right to Mcguffie’s cradling arms for a 15-yard touchdown and a 34-15 lead with under five minutes to play. Medford’s last possession fell short, and Malden’s coaches showed why this is customarily a classy series when the Golden Tornados drove all the way inside the Mustang 5-yard line but elected to take the Victory Formation knee instead of trying to score again. All that was left was the handshake right around the outskirts of Red Sox outfield and the Malden captains drenching Coach Exilhomme with the victory “bath.” What a night in Fenway! Memories forever for Malden players, coaches, fans and alumni. Mayor Gary Christenson gives a thumb-up while holding the Thanksgiving Day trophy, as he celebrates with city councillors Peg Crowe, Barbara Murphy and MHS Athletic Director Charlie Confrey following Malden High’s victory at Fenway Park last Tuesday. Tornado junior wide receiver Davien Mcguffie carries the ball thanks to some nifty blocking by Kyle Paulding during las Tuesday’s Thanksgiving battle against Medford at Fenway Park. Malden High fans’ pride was on full display for the media at Fenway Park on Tuesday. The Malden High School Golden Tornadoes Varsity Football Cheerleaders at Fenway Park The high-flying and talented MHS Football Cheerleaders in action. (Advocate photos by Paul Hammersley)

Page 18 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 The Advocate ranks the Top Ten Most Memorable Malden-Medford Thanksgiving Games of All-Time By Steve Freker T he Advocate has researched the extensive Malden-Medford Thanksgiving Day history and compiled a list of what we think are the TOP 10 MOST MEMORABLE GAMES of all time. #10 – MALDEN 42, MEDFORD 15 (November 26, 1974): Malden routs Medford, 42-15, at Pearl Street Stadium for second-year Head Coach Paul Finn’s first Turkey Day win of his 26-year career and a share of the first Greater Boston League title since 1969. Golden Tornados Co-Captain Jeff Sullivan rushed for 130 yards and scored two touchdowns; John Stanasek passed for two TDs and four conversion points; John Ruelle had a touchdown and a two-point conversion; Mark Burns, Paul Coleman and junior Steve DeFilippis scored TDs; Steve Carlan netted a two-point conversion; and Shawn Brickman kicked two PATs. All-Scholastic Co-Captain Jack Freker and defensive backs Steve Carpenter and Charlie Russell led the Malden defense. TIE @ #9 – MALDEN 59, MEDFORD 36 (November 26, 2015): They went out to a high school football contest, and a Madden NFL Game broke out. Scoring was fast and furious in this as Malden rolled to a 59-36 win, in the highest-scoring game in series history. The win was significant in that it clinched the Tornados’ first GBL Championship since 1988, breaking a 27-year title drought. The Exilhomme Brothers, Danley and DJ, both of whom went on to star at Central Connecticut State University, dominated this one, scoring six TDs between them. Head Coach Joe Pappagallo, who had steered Malden to a dramatic win over Everett (first time since 1992) two weeks earlier, retired after seven years at the helm and a 6-1 coaching record on Thanksgiving Day. and MALDEN 34, MEDFORD 15 (November 22, 2022): This is only one of two games in this compilation where the Malden win over Medford did not end in either an undefeated Malden season, a Greater Boston League Championship – or both. But hey, let’s face it, they played the game at “Friendly When Malden defeated Medford in 1948, it secured a spot in the National Championship game – where they defeated Robert E. Lee High School in the Gator Bowl, 14-0. (Courtesy Photo) HALL of FAMERS: Former longtime Malden High School Football Head Coach Paul Finn (at right) coached in more Malden-Medford games than anyone else in history, from 1973-1998. In the 1980s, he had the pleasure of coaching three Hall of Fame quarterbacks: from left: Chuck Borstel (1986), Billy Roderick (1987) and Steve Monaco (1983, 1984, 1985). (Advocate Photo/Steve Freker) Fenway,” for Game #135 in the most iconic baseball park in the world – and Malden won! The stars of the game were sophomore running back Kevin Exilhomme and junior safety Felix Da Costa. Exilhomme, brother of second-year Malden Head Coach Witche Exilhomme, scored 3 touchdowns on 29 carries for 81 yards – including a 95yard kickoff return touchdown to open the game. Da Costa returned his third fumble for TD of the season and also had a key interception to stop a Medford drive when the game got close in the 4th quarter, Malden’s 7th straight Turkey Day win tied a series streak record. #8 – MALDEN 26, MEDFORD 6 (November 27, 1969): In a scene out of a movie script, senior co-captain Dave Moulton, sidelined with 60 stitches in his head after an automobile accident the night before the game, comes off the bench in the second half and scores two touchdowns to lead Malden to a 26-6 win over Medford – and earn a share the GBL title with Quincy. Malden had trailed, 6-0, at the half, with Moulton relegated to the sidelines in street clothes. In a scene we assure you would never be replicated today, “Moultie” convinced legendary Malden coach Bill Tighe to let him on the field, and he led his team to a win, complete with bloody bandages at the end of the game. #7 – Malden 19, Medford 14 (November 28, 1955): Dom Fermano was no stranger to Thanksgiving Day exploits, having scored twice in a Malden win over Medford as a star junior one year previously. In his senior season, with the game and the GBL Championship on the line, Malden trailed, 14-13, with under three minutes to play. Not for long. Fermano took a pitch, found some space and raced 40 yards for a Tornados touchdown, electrifying the crowd and giving Malden the winning points – and the GBL title, with a 19-14 victory. #6 – Malden 19, Medford 0 (November 22, 1951): For only the second time in series history, both teams came into the game unbeaten. Malden, at 7-01, was not in the running for either a league or Class A State Title. Medford, at 8-0, would share the Class A State Championship and league crown with Weymouth, if the Mustangs prevailed. Malden sent the Mustangs home empty-handed, no longer unbeaten, with a decisive, 19-0 victory. Malden finished with its last undefeated season at 8-0-1, and Weymouth won the league and Class A titles by winning its Thanksgiving game over (get this) Greenfield, Vermont, clinching a perfect 9-0 finish, its 37th straight win, spanning four years. TIE @ #5 – Malden 12, Medford 2 (November 26, 1931): A 12-2 win over Medford finishes Malden with its second unbeaten season (9-0-1) and Class A State Co-Championship in three years. Touchdowns by Sam Pashoian and Lloyd Tupper led the way. and Malden 0, Medford 0 (November 28, 1935): Defensive purists exult! The punting and the leg of Malden’s “Chuckin” Charlie O’Rourke, one of the best quarterbacks to ever wear the Blue and Gold – not his golden arm – and that of Medford Captain Art Wareham dominate in a battle of lines in a 0-0 scoreless tie, the second straight in the series that enables Malden to finish unbeaten (8-0-1) to win the Eastern Mass. Class A State title. #4 – Malden 28, Medford 0 (November 26, 1987): Who knew that the series would have the longevity it did possess, all the way up to 100 games? Malden-Medford celebrated in grand style, with commemorative program books and rings for all the participants, and Malden capped one of its best seasons in school history with a 28-0 shutout win, its eighth straight after an Opening Day loss to Melrose, at breezy Hormel Stadium. Malden drove to an undefeated (8-0) Greater Boston League Championship, its first in 12 years, and its best record (9-1) in over 30 years. The game drew a huge crowd and national television coverage by sports commentator Bob Costas. A pregame pep talk to Malden by former Tornados legend Dave Moulton appeared on national TV that day. Lawrence Hicks ran for 118 yards and scored two touchdowns. Bill Roderick passed for 152 yards, including a 46-yard toss to Carmine Cappuccio. Roderick also scored a TD, and J.P. Kelley had an interception for Malden. #3 – MALDEN 6, MEDFORD 0 (November 28, 1929): With both teams coming into the game undefeated, an all-time series record crowd of 18,500 inside the fence and an estimated 2,000 to 3,000 outside saw Malden Captain Sam Fishman lead the Golden Tornados to an unbeaten season (9-0-1) and a share of the Eastern Mass. title by returning a punt 55 yards for the only score of the game as Medford (7-1-0) fell by a 6-0 score. Coming just two weeks after the Stock Market Crash, which signaled the start of the Great Depression, this win lifted football fans’ spirits. #2 – MALDEN 35, MEDFORD 0 (November 24, 1910): Six different players scored as Malden clinched State and Suburban League titles with its 13th straight victory, 35-0. Malden finished with its best, most wins, only undefeated, untied (13-0-0) season in school history and went on to beat Providence (R.I.) Tech, 29-8, in a postseason game at Bryant Street Park. #1 – MALDEN 33, MEDFORD 14 (November 25, 1948): Dan Duggan scored twice and led Gator bowl–bound Malden to a 33-14 win, an unbeaten 9-0-1 record and Class A State Championship in front of a crowd of 12,983 at Municipal Stadium in Malden. The Golden Tornados squad, led by legendary Head Coach Warren McGuirk, would go on to be crowned “National Champs” in the Kiwanis charity game after blanking Robert E. Lee HS, 14-0, in the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla., Malden’s only football appearance – ever – in a game of this stature.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Page 19 THANKSGIVING LEFTOVERS: Remembering the late Malden football Head Coach Paul Finn; coached more Turkey Day games than anyone and would have loved to have been at Fenway ‘Exilhomme Domination’: Brother duo, Coach Witche and game MVP Kevin, shared spotlight; Fenway crowd for Malden-Medford game #135 believed to be largest ever in series: over 3,000 By Steve Freker T he holidays – Thanksgiving time, particularly – are special times for a lot of reasons. One of them is that they are a time for reminiscing. Last Thanksgiving, we mentioned in this very same “leftovers” column the fact there were at least four former Malden High Head Football Coaches in attendance at the 2021 holiday rivalry game – maybe four. We think a fifth, Rich Cullen (1999-2003), might have been there, too, but we are not exactly sure. They included Steve Freker (2018-2021), Joe Pappagallo (2007-2015), John Lopresti (2004-2006) and of course, the longest-serving football head coach in school history, Paul Finn (1972-1998). Coach Finn was a head coach in more Thanksgiving Day contests against archrival Medford than anyone. He was appointed as head coach at a young age, barely out of college at age 25, for the 1972 season, and he “retired” at a young age as well – at 51 – an age when many head coaches of his era were just beginning their tenures at the helm. Coach Finn was not in attendance at the 135th meeting between the two teams at Fenway Park last Tuesday, but he absolutely would have loved it. An old-school student-athlete in his years at Malden High (Class of 1965), he was a standout for three sports: football, basketball and baseball. When the “Impossible Dream” Red Sox were playing in 1967, he was a sophomore at Amherst College, soaking it all in. Many times, following his retirement from the Malden Public Schools as an administrator, he would stop and catch an inning or two of our Malden High baseball team, his alma mater team, on his daily walk through Pine Banks Park from his nearby home, right next to the field. We sadly lost Coach Finn this past winter when tragedy struck and he passed away suddenly on February 7, way too young at age 74. The entire city of Malden Witche Exilhomme – the second-youngest ever appointed to that position last year at age 27 (second to the late Coach Paul Finn, see above) – and sophomore running back/linebacker Kervenson “Kevin” Exilhomme, 15, were the stars of the show. While Coach Exilhomme, a 2012 Malden High graduate (and star of the 2011 Turkey Day game), was steering his team to his second consecutive Thanksgiving Day win – Malden's seventh Thanksgiving win in a row over Medford – his brother was lighting it up on the field. Kevin Exilhomme scored three touchdowns, including opening REMEMBERING COACH FINN: The 135th Thanksgiving Game versus Medford at Fenway Park was the first one without the late former longtime Malden High Football Head Coach Paul Finn in attendance as a spectator, player or coach in over 60 years! Coach Finn passed away suddenly this past February, but he will be remembered always. and the hundreds of players he coached who had moved away physically, but never in spirit, from Tornado-Land, mourned him deeply. We believe some members of Coach Finn’s family were in the stands rooting on the Tornados in the iconic Fenway ballpark on Tuesday, and they remembered him with a great page in the Golden Tornado Club–sponsored program/ ad book. There is no doubt whatsoevGOLDEN TORNADOS CELEBRATE, MOST RETURN FOR 2023: Nearly all of the Malden High starters from the Thanksgiving win over Medford will return for the 2023 season. Shown above, with Fenway Park’s famous “Green Monster” in the background, from left: front row: junior Davian McGuffie, assistant coach Wiston Jeune, junior captain Gabriel Vargas Cardoso and junior Alex Avalos; back row: senior captain Andrew Louis, assistant coach James Brito-White, sophomore captain James Hyppolite, senior John Lloyd, junior Felix Da Costa and sophomore Matheus Brito. (Advocate Photo/ Steve Freker) er that the beloved Coach Finn, who literally touched thousands of lives in his 27 years as Head Football Coach and nearly 40 years as an educator and administrator in the Malden Public Schools, was at Fenway in spirit, looking down at the game and reveling in the 34-15 Malden victory! Rest in peace, Coach. You will not be forgotten. **** Exilhomme Family puts its stamp on another memorable Thanksgiving Football victory It is always a rarity when not one, but two members of the same family are the targets of the postgame media, following a big victory. Usually, if it does take place, it is perhaps a father-and-son, Coach and player scenario. On Tuesday, November 22, it was even more unusual: two brothers from the same family and both of whom had played key roles in the 34-15 Malden High School (4-6) win over Medford (2-9) in the 135th Meeting of the two teams, the longest continuous high school rivalry in America. Malden Head Coach EXILHOMME BROS. PUT STAMP ON GAME: The two Exilhomme Brothers – sophomore running back Kevin Exilhomme, who scored three touchdowns in the win over Medford at Fenway Park, and second-year head coach Witche Exilhomme, now 2-0 as a head coach, stopped for a photo with the Championship Trophy outside Fenway Park on November 22. (Advocate Photo/Steve Freker) the game with a 95-yard kickoff return for a TD just seconds into the game. He ended up being the “go-to” man the rest of the night, carrying the ball a seasonand career-high 29 times for 81 years. The younger Exilhomme also caught three passes for 21 REMEMBERING | SEE PAGE 20

Page 20 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 REMEMBERING | FROM PAGE 19 yards and made several tackles on defense. Coach Exilhomme became just the second “former Malden player who became head coach” to win his first two Thanksgiving games, following his immediate predecessor, Coach Steve Freker, as Malden won in 2018 (24-22) and 2019 (29-0). Witche, the second-year Malden coach, led the Blue and Gold to a 12-10 win in Malden last year. If the Exilhomme name sounds familiar, it should. The two middle brothers, both members of the Class of 2016 – running back Danley Exilhomme and defensive back D.J. Exilhomme – both starred for Malden in their three upperclassmen football seasons, from 2013-2015. In 2015, the two combined to score nearly all the Malden points in a wild, “Madden Football-like,” 5935 win over Medford, which set records in total Malden points scored (they needed every one of them – 59!) and total points scored by both teams: 94. Both Danley and D.J. went on to have stellar careers at Division 1 Central Connecticut State University (CCSU); D.J. also played one season at the University of South Alabama, and each have been seen on the Malden sidelines at a game or two this year. **** Coach Exilhomme gets huge honor, presented “Key to the City” by Mayor Christenson Earning the right to hold on to the Thanksgiving Championship Trophy for another year was not the only honor Malden Head Coach Witche Exilhomme received after the Game #135, 34-15 victory. Following the game, just down the street from the Ted Williams statue outside of Fenway Park, Malden Mayor Gary Christenson hosted a brief ceremony, surrounded by Malden High School players, coaches and supporters. After some brief words congratulating Coach Exilhomme for the big win at historic Fenway Park, Mayor Christenson announced he was presenting the coach with the “Key to the City.” “I’ve only presented the ‘Key to the City’ a few times before, but this is certainly the appropriate time to honor Coach Witche Exilhomme and the Malden High Football Team on such a historic night and fantastic victory,” Mayor Christenson, one of Malden High’s biggest sports fans, said to those gathered around. **** Crowd for MaldenMedford game #135 said to have been largest ever for Fenway Thanksgiving Series game Was that a record? Until someone tells us differently, the crowd of over 3,000 at Fenway for Malden-Medford game #135 was the largest ever for a Thanksgiving series game at the home of the Boston Red Sox. A week before the game, ticket pundits at Fenway Park were already saying the pregame sales had surpassed any other previous game. Then, to see the many Malden-Medford fans packing the right field/first base side stands, it made the case for the biggest attendance. In case you were wondering, yes, the Malden fans were the loudest, especially when they had the most to cheer about. **** Getting “streak-y” around here for Malden High; seven straight Thanksgiving wins ties record The 34-15 Fenway win made it seven straight Thanksgiving wins over Medford for Malden, from 2015-2023 (no Thanksgiving game in 2021), which ties a previous record of another seven straight wins from 20072013. Medford won, 38-12, in snow-covered Macdonald Stadium in Malden in 2014, between the two streaks. Malden has simply dominated since 2002, winning a whopping 18 of 20 games from 2002 to 2022. Medford’s 17-14 win in 2006, on an overtime field goal, and the 2014 victory for the Mustangs are the only highlights for the Blue and White. With this year’s win, Malden moved ahead in the all-time series with a 69-56 lead. There have been 10 ties. In 2004, the ancient series was deadlocked for the first time since way back, at 54-54-10. It has been almost “All Malden” since then. **** Malden Police provided police escort; former standout Tornados threesport player Sgt. Kelley was leading the way The Malden Police Department graciously supplied a police escort to and from Fenway for the game, which was invaluable in getting there amidst the rush hour traffic. The ride home was also tremendous, especially since Malden came away with such a memorable victory. The vehicle was manned by Sgt. J.P. Kelley, a 1989 Malden High graduate who played in two Greater Boston League (GBL) title-clinching Thanksgiving Day wins: in 1987 and 1988. Kelley was a teammate of another MHS standout from that era, Ptl. Michael Langston. Also in the police contingent was Sgt. Rob O’Brien, though O’Brien attended high school on the other side of town at Malden Catholic (Class of 2001); he is in his second year as a Malden Public Schools Resource Officer and has been an “honorary Tornado” for some time now. The Malden Police Honor Guard bore the Flag and the colors for the National Anthem, which opened the evening at Fenway Park. **** Bright future for the young Malden High Tornados football squad So, the Malden city motto, which was adopted during the administration of sitting Mayor Gary Christenson, is this: “Strong Past, Proud Future.” How about the Malden High football program – any suggestions? We’d say this one fits: “Bright Future, For Sure!” When was the last time a Malden High varsity football team started six sophomores and seven juniors in its Thanksgiving Game, including its entire offensive line? The juniors on Tuesday night were two-way linemen Karl Lange (center, nose guard) Jerrell Calixte (tackle), Joey Fils (tackle), defensive back Felix Da Costa, slotbacks Davian Mcguffie and Alex Avalos and wideout and co-captain Gabriel Vargas Cardoso. The sophomores: Kevin Exilhomme (RB-LB), James Hyppolite (LB), Earl Fevrier (OG-DL), Matt Brito (LB), Aidan Brett (QB) and Chris Rodriguez (OG-DL). That adds up to 19 of 21 starting positions returning to the field for the 2023 season for second-year Head Coach Witche Exilhomme, Think he’s excited about that, especially the way the team finished, with a resounding win on Thanksgiving at Fenway Park? “We as a coaching staff are really looking forward to what comes next,” Coach Exilhomme said. “We relied on a lot of previously inexperienced players to start the season, then when we had injuries to key players that knocked some of them out for the year, even more younger players were called on to provide big contributions.” “Yes, the future is very bright for this team,” the Malden coach agreed. “We have more than 85 percent of our team returning for next season and we intend on being prepared to challenge for everything.” **** EXTRA POINTS: The Malden FANTASTIC WIN AT FENWAY: The Malden High Football Team and coaches celebrated the big win over Medford at Fenway Park. (Advocate Photo/Steve Freker) stands were absolutely loaded with both former Golden Tornados football players as well as longtime supporters... There were also a lot of Malden Public Schools educators and administrators at the game, including second-year Superintendent Dr. Ligia Noriega Murphy, who was on the sidelines for most of the game... A large contingent of Malden High School teachers and administrators were up in a couple of the skyboxes, many of them guests of longtime MHS teacher Pat Laidley, who was the lucky winner of use of the skybox in a free raffle hosted by Malden High Principal Chris Mastrangelo. “It could not have gone to a better choice. Pat [Laidley] is one of the most dedicated educators we have at Malden High Schools. She is so committed to supporting our students and her colleagues.”... Malden High junior safety Felix Da Costa firmly established himself as one of the top “big play” guys not only in Thanksgiving history, but for the season. He led the team in defensive scores this year with five, and he had his third fumble return for a TD at Fenway. Da Costa also recorded his fifth pass interception of the season; two of them went for “Pick Six” TDs this year. One of the key returnees for 2023, no doubt... Malden junior co-captain, 6-5 wideout Gabriel Vargas Cardoso had two of the biggest offensive plays of the night: a big 21-yard pickup on a crucial drive and 4th-down-and-5 situation with Medford knocking on the door, down just 22-14, early in the fourth quarter, and then a 25-yard catch where it went to the Medford 2-yard line. Both of those Vargas Cardoso catches led to Malden second-half scores at the end of the drives... Two bigtime performances up front for Malden came from bookend junior linemen Jerrell Calixte (63, 270) and Joey Fils (6-1, 290). Both played both sides of the ball and both played tremendous football, as each has done all season. Both of them are bonafide Greater Boston League (GBL) All-Star considerations... Others up for GBL All-Star talk? Have to say sophomores Kevin Exilhomme, linebacker and co-captain James Hyppolite, junior safety Felix Da Costa and junior slotback Davian McGuffie... Despite being out-sized by a large margin, with Malden’s young offensive line averaging 6-1, 260 pounds, the opposing Medford Mustang line fought hard and certainly never lied down, making it a tight game for much of the second half... Speaking of the perhaps tighter than expected second half, when exactly could Coach Witche Exilhomme relax? “When the game was over, that’s it,” he said with a smile afterward... Seen in some of the Boston paper photos that depicted Kevin Exilhomme steaming down the sidelines on his way to a game-winning kickoff return touchdown was Malden Recreation coordinator and Macdonald Stadium superintendent Joe Levine. Levine was beaming with a huge smile, and it was fitting, as the Levine Family has been strongly connected with the Exilhomme Family for a number of years, dating back to when Coach Witche (Class of 2012) was a player for Malden High... Unsung heroes for the game were seniors Vidal Garner (6-0, 350), a D-lineman, and senior captains Kyle Paulding (FBDL) and Andrew Louis (TE-DE). All three made big plays when they were needed on both sides of the ball. Paulding had three catches and two big runs on offense, including a pair of 2-point conversions, Louis also contributed strong on both sides of the ball and “Big V” Garner was a force to be reckoned with in the trenches.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Page 21 MUSINGS | FROM PAGE 6 had done • had a park system that allowed and encouraged you to be young • had Boone’s Farm Apple Wine (oh yeah, that may be a bad thing) • had a boffo carnival at Brother Gilbert Stadium • had semipro baseball, Sunday morning and night softball leagues, Men’s Recreational Basketball, the Junior Police League, Park Instructors and a YMCA Outreach program with hip, young, caring and enlightened personnel • had awesome fireworks • had a YMCA that was the center of most of our universes • had a “head shop,” record stores, pool rooms, bowling alleys and ice skating in the parks • had large families, large extended families – all living within walking distance (most of the time in the same house) • had Dave’s father, John O’Brien • had “Creature Double Feature” • had Kappy’s BicentenniSMARTPASS | FROM PAGE 13 about it. "“What we’re looking at is how long, how many times, and how often a kid is leaving the classroom; whether it’s for bathroom pass, hallway pass, nurse pass, or going to another teacher," Mastrangelo said. "When we're talking about our school, which has over 1,800 students, that adds up to a lot of passes, a lot of information needed to have people go back-and-forth," the sixth-year Malden High School principal added. The new SmartPass system also is efficient and helpful in monitoring students who are tardy in the morning, a process which formerly had administrative assistants tied up for unwieldy amounts of time to start each school day. Since the start-of-school launch of SmartPass, that time has been lessened considerably, namely with the use of the digital passes. The main goal of the SmartPass use is to monitor and ultimately, reduce the time spent out of class.Before SmartPass, there was no accurate way to even guess how many times a student may have received a pass to leave a class, for any reason. al Beer • had great baseball cards! Captain Carl with sideburns, Oscar Gamble with a huge “fro,” Rollie Fingers with the best mustache in the history of mustaches • had neighborhood schools we would actually walk to • had the 1967 “Impossible Dream” Boston Red Sox • had Bob Rotondi and always will • had police officers, firefighters and educators that were your neighbors, your high school classmates and your friends • had some of the best police officers around “walking the beat” • had the Boston Celtics in their Red Auerbach glory days • had fewer traffic lights • had Stevie Wonder in the Jenkins Auditorium and the Lovin’ Spoonful in the Marshall Gym • had Sal “Butchie” Gennetti and still do! • had a riot – in Malden Square • had a handful of television stations that we were very happy with (as long as we had Channels 38 & 56) With SmartPass, administrators now have an exact look at how many students may be out of class at any one specific time, how many times an individual student has been issued a digital pass — and for how long. "We are not tracking students and there is no GPS element," Mastrangelo said, "We are in no way using this information or planning on using it to punish any students because of this digital data. "It has been another tool for our team to use when discussing ways students can improve their academic performance," Mastrangelo said. "It all starts with class time and stressing its importance to our students. The SmartPass system has already become an important part of our school culture." At a recent Malden School Committee meeting, Malden Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Ligia Noriega-Murphy praised the SmartPass system for its efficiency and the Malden High School administrative team for overseeing its use so far this school year. The Superintendent also said the system is being considered for use districtwide in all five of the K-8 schools for at least the middle schools for the 2023-24 school year. The Advocate Online In seven languages! www.advocatenews.net • had Brendan Duffy • had a public pool you could sneak into on a hot summer’s night • had the best hockey players in the state • had Pearl Street Bakery, DiPietro’s Bakery, Nelson’s Bakery and Harvard Pastry • had a local daily newspaper that was the rival of any daily on the North Shore and beyond • had John Benotti • had Beebe, Browne and Lincoln Jr. High Schools • had our fair share of “Cafes”: Mike’s, Maher’s, Stadium, Rosebud, Salemwood, DeMarco’s and The Highland • had our fair share of “Grilles”: Jessel’s, The Horseshoe Bar, Jack Haney’s and The Do Re • had long hot summer days at Devir Park that we thought would never end As Peter Falk’s iconic TV character Columbo would say, “Just one more thing, sir” – author and educator Peter Drucker once opined, “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” I have seen what lies ahead for Malden with my very own eyes and we have indeed created our very own future! Malden’s fourth City Hall in its long, storied history opened to much fanfare and ballyhoo two years back. A huge sigh of relief was heard when doors opened – all the way from Black Ann’s Corner in Linden to Donut Villa in Edgeworth. What a showpiece! State of the art this, state of the art that. Malden is well equipped to go toe to toe with any City Hall in the Commonwealth – a warm, inviting structure (thank you, Joel Ceide) that is as inclusive, is as welcoming, as any. Anywhere. The view from the Kenneth Desmond Roof Deck patio is a breathtaking look at downtown Malden – a view of Pleasant Street unlike any ever seen. Attention to detail was taken. Hogie made sure of that. I was very happy to find out that they’ve incorporated an ancient water fountain, dedicated in 1911 by the Delano family, to the outdoor landscaping, keeping Malden’s past alive right smack dab in the middle of its future! Love it! By the way, let’s not forget all the hard work by all our elected officials that went into this whole convolut~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ ADVERTISEMENT MHA-PH1#TO061819-3 The Malden Housing Authority, the Awarding Authority, invites sealed bids from General Contractors for the Window and Siding Replacement Project at 62 buildings: (250 Units (1 - 5 bedrooms), Six townhouse style three-bedroom units, One four bedroom single family unit, One five bedroom single family unit) at 275 Newland Street Malden, MA 02148, in accordance with the documents prepared by MKA Architecture, LLC, 1 Holden Street, Brookline, MA 02445. The Project consists of the replacement of second floor windows in the sixty-two buildings and replacement of composite siding with vinyl siding, misc. trim and details in selected locations as shown on the Drawings and described in the Specifications. The Work, including all alternates for the project, is estimated to cost $3,993,000 Bids are subject to M.G.L. c.149 §44A-J & to minimum wage rates as required by Davis-Bacon. Electronic Bids will be received until 2:00 P.M., January 5, 2023. All bids shall be submitted electronically online at www.Projectdog.com no later than the date and time specified above. Hard copy bids will not be accepted by the Awarding Authority. Tutorials, instructions and videos on how to complete the electronic bid documents are available online as well as in the Instructions to Bidders. For assistance, call Projectdog, Inc at 978-499-9014 (M - F 8:30AM - 5PM). General bids shall be accompanied by a bid deposit that is not less than five (5%) of the greatest possible bid amount (considering all alternates) and made payable to Malden Housing Authority. Bid forms and contract documents will be available on 12/7/2022 at www.Projectdog. com or for pick-up at: Projectdog, Inc, 18 Graf Road, Suite 8 Newburyport, MA 978-499-9014 (M-F 8:30AM - 5PM). Go to www.Projectdog.com and click Sign Up for free, or login with your existing account. Enter Project Code 853021 in the project locator box. Select “Acquire Documents” to download documents, review a hard copy at Projectdog’s physical location, or request a free project CD. A pre-bid conference and site visit will be held at 10:00 A.M, December 14, 2022 at the Malden Housing Authority Newland Development Community Building located at 275 Newland St, Malden, MA 02148 December 02, 2022 ed process. So many good and hardworking individuals (hello, Maria Luise) made crucial contributions over the years to make it a reality – continuing to this very day. Thank you, too, all. Here’s to Malden’s proud past, and to its limitless future. Postscript: One thing that hasn’t changed over the many years (135 to be exact) is the pleasure Malden gets by beating our neighbors next door, Medford, in the annual Thanksgiving Day game (not Melrose as WCVB Channel 5 reported on the night of the big game). This year was extra special – being held at the “lyric little bandbox,” Fenway Park. Final score 34-15 with Coach Exilhomme’s little brother Kevin scoring three touchdowns along with killing it on defense with many bone-crunching tackles. The kids experienced the thrill of a lifetime as a contingent of Malden police escorted them to the ballpark and back. Glory days in real time. Congratulations to Coach Exilhomme and his staff for bringing pride (glory will come soon, I am sure) back to Golden Tornado land.

Page 22 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 avvya yavvy eniiooravvy S iorn or vvy io iori by Jim Miller How to Buy Over-theCounter Hearing Aids Dear Savvy Senior, I’m interested in getting some of the new over-the-counter hearing aids that just became available a few months ago. Can you off er any tips to help me with this? Straining to Hear Dear Straining, The new FDA approved over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids that started rolling out this fall are a real game changer for the roughly 48 million Americans with hearing loss. Adults with impaired hearing can now walk in and buy hearing aids at a pharmacy, big box chain, consumer electronics store or online, without a prescription and without consulting an audiologist. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved this new class of hearing aids to lower prices and improve their availability. About a third of people ages 65 to 74 and half of those over age 75 have hearing loss severe enough to aff ect their daily life. Yet about 80 percent of people who would benefi t from hearing aids don’t wear them, according to the National Institutes of Health, primarily because of the hefty price tag. Traditional hearing aids ordered through an audiologist cost anywhere from $1,000 to $7,000 a pair and are not covered by most private insurers and traditional Medicare. The new OTC hearing aids range from $200 up to $3,000. Who Should Get Them? OTC hearing aids are specifi cally designed for adults (18 and older) who have mild to moderate hearing loss. You don’t need a hearing exam or prescription to buy them, and they are designed so you can fi t and tune them yourself. Do you have mild to moderate hearing loss? The specifi c signs are having trouble hearing or understanding conversations, especially in noisier environments, over the phone, or if you can’t see who’s talking. Or, if you need a higher volume of TV, radio or music than other people, or have to ask others to speak more slowly, louder or repeat what they said. If, however, your hearing problem is more severe than that, for example, if you also have trouble hearing loud sounds such as power tools or motor vehicles, or if you struggle to hear conversations in quiet settings, then your hearing loss is considered more signifi cant than over-the-counter aids are intended to address. To help you get a basic sense of your hearing problem, you can take an app-based test like Mimi (mimi.health) or SonicCloud (soniccloud.com). If you fi nd that your hearing loss is signifi cant, you’ll need to work with an audiologist or hearing instrument specialist to fi nd a hearing aid that works for you. What to Look For To help you choose a good OTC hearing aid that meets your needs and preferences, here are some important points to keep in mind. Return policy: It can take weeks for your brain to adjust to hearing louder sounds through a hearing aid, so be sure to choose a brand that off ers at least a 30-day free trial period, or money back return policy. The FDA requires manufactures to print their return policy on the package. Set up: Many OTC hearing aids require a smartphone or computer to adjust and operate the devices to your specifi c needs, while others have the controls on the device. This will also be labeled on the box. Choose one that fi ts your preference and comfort level. Battery: The package also should tell you what kind of battery the device uses. Some of the older versions of hearing aids have replaceable batteries, but many of the newer ones have rechargeable batteries that come in a charging case, where you charge them up every night. Customer support: Some companies off er unlimited customer support to help you adjust or fi ne-tune your hearing aids, while others might limit support or charge extra. Be sure you check. For more information, including product reviews, see the National Council on Aging’s OTC hearing aids buyer’s guide at NCOA. org/adviser/hearing-aids/over-the-counter-hearing-aids. 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. OBITUARIES Beverly “June” (Amicangioli) Borseti Of Malden.Passed away unexpectedly on Monday, November 28, 2022 at Tufts Medical Center in Boston at age 92. She was a lifelong resident of Malden. June was born on June 24, 1930 in Malden, one of six children of the late Nicola and Margaret (Cowling) Amicangioli. Raised and educated in Malden, she graduated from Malden High School, and from Fisher College Secretarial School. June worked as a medical secretary for many years including over 20 years at Mass General Hospital in Boston. After the unfortunate passing of her husband, Malden Police Offi cer Frank J. Borseti, she persevered as a strong, loving and supportive mother for her four children. A true matriarch, June was humble and selfl ess yet served as the rock of her family. Generations of family members relied on her genuine care and concern. She served as host for many family holidays, events, and was always up for a laugh around the table fi lled Need a hall for your special event? The Schiavo Club, located at 71 Tileston Street, Everett is available for your Birthdays, Anniversaries, Sweet 16 parties and more? Call Paul at (617) 387-5457 for details. ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ ADVERTISEMENT MHA-PH1SS#TO061819-3 The Malden Housing Authority, the Awarding Authority, invites sealed bids from General Contractors for the Window and Siding Replacement Project at 8 buildings: (14 units), at the following locations: 14-16 Mauriello Dr., 20-22 Spring St., 117 Beachview Ave., 118-120 Beachview Ave., 121-123 Beachview Ave., 124-126 Beachview Ave., 131 Converse St., 161-163 Adams St., Malden MA 02148, in accordance with the documents prepared by MKA Architecture, LLC, 1 Holden Street, Brookline, MA 02445. The Project consists of the replacement of windows in the eight buildings and replacement of existing siding with vinyl siding, misc. trim and details in selected locations as shown on the Drawings and described in the Specifications. The Work, including all alternates for the project, is estimated to cost $501,000 Bids are subject to M.G.L. c.149 §44A-J & to minimum wage rates as required by Davis-Bacon. Electronic Bids will be received until 2:00 P.M., January 5, 2023. All bids shall be submitted electronically online at www.Projectdog.com no later than the date and time specified above. Hard copy bids will not be accepted by the Awarding Authority. Tutorials, instructions and videos on how to complete the electronic bid documents are available online as well as in the Instructions to Bidders. For assistance, call Projectdog, Inc at 978-499-9014 (M - F 8:30AM - 5PM). General bids shall be accompanied by a bid deposit that is not less than five (5%) of the greatest possible bid amount (considering all alternates) and made payable to Malden Housing Authority. Bid forms and contract documents will be available on 12/7/2022 at www.Projectdog. com or for pick-up at: Projectdog, Inc, 18 Graf Road, Suite 8 Newburyport, MA 978-499-9014 (M-F 8:30AM - 5PM). Go to www.Projectdog.com and click Sign Up for free, or login with your existing account. Enter Project Code 853020 in the project locator box. Select “Acquire Documents” to download documents, review a hard copy at Projectdog’s physical location, or request a free project CD. A pre-bid conference and site visit will be held on December 14, 2022, at 1:00PM, starting outside 121-123 Beachview Street, Malden, MA 02148. December 02, 2022 with her family members. She loved providing food and comfort for her family and close friends, and encouraged all to strive for the best in life, especially in their education. She enjoyed bringing people together with her generous heart, and her unassuming and kind way. An avid reader, June was a regular visitor and supporter of the Malden Public Library her entire life. She was also a lifelong, passionate music lover. Through the years, she taught piano lessons from her home to many Malden children, and enjoyed playing into her 90’s. She enjoyed traveling to Las Vegas, New Orleans, Aruba and Canada with friends, but was most comfortable at home in Malden, or spending time at their home in Dennis on Cape Cod. She enjoyed gathering family together for holidays or weekends at the Cape or spending time at Bayview Beach in the summer. Most of all, June was a self-reliant, strong yet humble woman who shared her big heart with those around her. She was beloved by all, and enjoyed a life centered around providing love for her family. She will be deeply missed, but her selfl ess nature and quiet strength will continue in the hearts and minds of her family as her legacy. June was the beloved wife of the late Frank J. Borseti with whom she shared 30 years of marriage. DevotOBITUARY | SEE PAGE 23

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Page 23 OBITUARY | FROM PAGE 22 ed mother of Suzanne Mills and her husband David of Melrose, Ted Borseti and his wife Kelly of Andover, Renee McDevitt and her fiancé Keith of Malden, and Andrea Fritz of W. Hartford, CT. Also, former mother-in-law of James McDevitt of Malden. Caring sister of the late Roy Amicangioli, Estelle Costa, Louis Amicangioli, Jack Amicangioli, and Mike Amicangioli. Cherished grandmother of Amanda Foley and her husband Greg, Meredith Nichols and her husband Alex, Elizabeth and Frank Borseti, Maggie and Delia McDevitt, and Sara Fritz. Proud great-grandmother of Katharine, Liam, Julien, Griffin, Bennett, and Gwyneth June. Also survived by many nieces and nephews, – LEGAL NOTICE – and close friends. Family & friends are kindly invited to honor June’s life during visiting hours at the Robinson Funeral Home, 809 Main St., Melrose on Friday, Dec. 2 from 4-8pm, and again on Saturday at 8:45am before leaving in procession for her Funeral Mass at Immaculate Conception OBITUARY | SEE PAGE 24 Your Hometown News Delivered! EVERETT ADVOCATE MALDEN ADVOCATE REVERE ADVOCATE SAUGUS ADVOCATE One year subscription to City of Malden, Massachusetts MALDEN PLANNING BOARD PUBLIC HEARING The Malden Planning Board will hold a public hearing in the Herbert L. Jackson Council Chamber, Malden City Hall, 215 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA at 7:00 P.M. on Wednesday, December 14, 2022 on the petition of Anthony Centrella, Trustee of 62-64 Street Realty Trust (permit application # RES 047277-2022) seeking a special permit under Title 12, Chapter 28, Section 130 of the Code of the City of Malden, to allow ledge removal and alteration of grade, to prepare the property to construct a single-family dwelling, at the property known as and numbered Highland Avenue (no number), Malden, MA, and also known by City Assessor’s Parcel ID #002 014 447. Petition and plans are available for public review in the Inspectional Services Department, City Hall, 215 Pleasant Street, 3rd Floor, Malden, MA and on the City website under permit application # RES 047277-2022 https://permits.cityofmalden.org/EnerGov_PROD/SelfService#/home. Kenneth Antonucci Clerk November 23, 2022 December 2, 2022 The Advocate of your choice: $150 per paper in-town per year or $200 per paper out-of-town per year. Name_________________________________________ Address_______________________________________ City_______________ State_______ Zip ____________ CC# _______________________________ Exp. _____ Sec. code____ Advocate (City):___________________ Clip & Mail Coupon with Credit Card, Check or Money Order to: Advocate Newspapers Inc. PO Box 490407, Everett, MA 02149

Page 24 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 OBITUARY | FROM PAGE 23 - LEGAL NOTICE - The City of Malden seeks candidates for full time position of the Water Utilities Special Motor Equipment Operator/Laborer. 1. On Dec. 2, 1867, at Boston’s Tremont Temple, what British author gave his fi rst public reading in the USA? 2. Which U.S. state has the longest coastline: Alaska, Florida or Maine? 3. What is Massachusetts’s offi cial state muffi n: bran, corn or coff eecake? 4. What was a dead language for almost 2,000 years? 5. On Dec. 3, 1800, the Electoral College voted for president and vice president, resulting in a tie between Aaron Burr and whom? 6. Mace is the outside of what fruit? 7. Was Dr. Scholl a real doctor? 8. According to Guinness World Records, the hottest pepper in the world is grown in what U.S. state (part of the name of the state is part of the pepper’s name)? 9. December 4 is National Cookie Day; the chocolate chip cookie originated at the Toll House Inn in what state? 10. What is jaggery? 11. What kind of animal is on the cover of Carole King’s album “Tapestry”? 12. How are pro athletes Tom Brady, Mickey Mantle and Bill Russell similar? 13. On Dec. 5, 1955, what two large labor organizations merged? 14. What color had no name in English until the 16th century, when a food became more widely available? 15. On Dec. 6, 1864, what silent fi lm star was born who rode a pony named Fritz, the forerunner of famous movie/TV horses? 16. Reportedly, what animal can sleep the longest: bear, giraff e or koala? 17. On Dec. 7, 1963, what broadcasting technique debuted at the Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia? 18. In what sport would you fi nd “Marta,” who has scored at fi ve well-known international competitions? 19. What have been mascots at the Olympic Games? 20. On Dec. 8, 1952, on what TV series was a pregnancy acknowledged for the fi rst time in a TV show – “Me and my husband are about to have a blessed event.”? ANSWERS AAA Service • Lockouts Trespass Towing • Roadside Service Junk Car Removal 617-387-6877 26 Garvey St., Everett MDPU 28003 ICCMC 251976 The Malden Housing Authority is seeking quotes to provide plastering services at our Newland Development at 170-176 Newland Street a two-story unit. This is a federally funded project and Federal laws, and regulations shall apply in addition to the laws and requirements of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Bidding procedures shall be in accordance with M.G.L. c. 149, SS44A-44J, as most recently amended, and all other applicable laws. There are approximately 3,520 total square feet of walls and ceilings in Unit 172 that need Blueboard and plaster work, of which about 1,280 sf is ceiling work. Please contact John Moreschi at 781-844-4937 to view work at the site. All ceilings and wall being replaced will require ½ inch Blueboard and plaster veneer. The contractor will remove all debris and clean up after work is complete to the condition found before beginning. Bid Documents available by email request on 12/7 at efahey@maldenhousing.org Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 3:00 pm. Following is the wage determination for the work. Bids are due by email response to efahey@maldenhousing.org by 1/3/23 at 2:00 pm. December 02, 2022 The SMEO/Laborer reports to the Water Utilities Director and/or Working Foreman. This position requires a current Commercial Driver’s License – Class B with air brake endorsement or CDL permit to receive CDL within 6 months of date of hire. Massachusetts Hoisting Engineer License required. Candidates should have the minimum of 3 years’ experience in operating hydraulic equipment capable of operating backhoe and loader. Knowledge in performing winter operations and be able to lift fifty (50) pounds, with or without accommodation. Strong ability to communicate effectively, along with being punctual and dependable. For a full job description and details on how to apply, visit www.cityofmalden.org and click on Employment Opportunities. December 02, 2022 - LEGAL NOTICE - MHA PL#A8GB9-112322 Request for Quote Church, 600 Pleasant St., Malden celebrated at 10am. Interment in Forest Dale Cemetery, Malden. Gifts in her memory may be made to the Salvation Army, 1500 Washington St., Boston MA 02119, or to the Malden Public Library, 36 Salem St., Malden MA 02148. For more info: RobinsonFuneralHome.com Ann Cynthia (Chase) Regan Of Tewksbury, formerly of Malden, passed away peacefully on Friday, November 25, 2022 at her home.She was 76 years old. Beloved daughter of the late Leroy Chase and the late Laura (Calvin) Chase. Former wife of the late Gerald F. Regan. She is survived by her dear sister, Susan Alessandro and her husband, Richard, of Malden. Ann had many nieces and nephews, including Amy Alessandro and her partner, James Mahoney, of Windham, NH, Richard E. Alessandro of Pelham, NH, Robert Chase of Andover, Shawn Chase and his wife, Judite, of Andover, Kristen Tyler and her husband, Colin, of Derry, NH, James Chase of Arizona, Pamela Chase of Arizona; a sisterin-law, Ellen Chase of Lowell and many grandnieces and grandnephews. She is also survived by her beloved dog, Hayle. Sister of the late Robert Chase and the late James Chase. Ann was born on March 24, 1946. She was raised and educated in Malden and was a graduate of Malden High School, Class of 1964. She then continued her education at Malden Business School. She worked as a Human Resources Manager in the medical device manufacturing fi eld prior to her retirement. Ann lived in Malden for most of her life, residing in her adored home which dated back to the 1600's. More recently, she resided in Tewksbury where she enjoyed new friendships. Ann loved maintaining and decorating her home. She had an unmatched attention to detail and a good eye for making things look just perfect. She enjoyed art, shopping, cars and her pets. Whether it be a yard sale or an antique store, she had a natural talent to spot a diamond in the rough and always came away with some sort of treasure. She also enjoyed traveling, particularly her numerous visits to Europe. Ann brought a life and vitality with her wherever she was and never failed to light up a room.Her light will surely be missed by all who knew and loved her. On Saturday, December 3, 2022 all are welcome to attend her calling hours from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. at Tewksbury Funeral Home, 1 Dewey Street, Tewksbury, 978-851-2061. Her funeral service will be held at 4 p.m. in the funeral home. Burial will take place privately. Please consider a memorial donation in her name to MSPCA (or other animal charity). Please fi nd us on Facebook or visit www.TewksburyFuneralHome.com to leave the family a message of condolence at any time. 1. Charles Dickens 2. Alaska 3. Corn 4. Hebrew 5. Thomas Jeff erson 6. Nutmeg 7. Yes, of medicine 8. Carolina reaper 9. Massachusetts (Whitman) 10. A type of sugar in Asia and Africa made from cane sugar and sometimes date or palm sap 11. A cat 12. They are considered GOATs (Greatest of All Time). 13. The American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) 14. Orange 15. William S. Hart 16. Koala 17. Instant replay 18. Soccer (scored at fi ve World Cups) 19. Several kinds of animals, robots and imaginary creatures 20. “I Love Lucy”

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Page 26 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 SNOW Residential and Commercial Please Call: 339-987-7354 cell phone CLASSIFIED PLOWING ADVERTISING Advocate Call now! 617-387-2200 advertise on the web at www.advocatenews.net CM Masonry & Construction Honesty. Quality. Trustworthy. Comprehensive Chimney and Masonry Services * General Masonry * Chimney Build & Repair * Basements and Foundations * Over 30 Years of Construction Experience * Fully Licensed and Insured * Free Estimates and Great Rates Call us at (781) 364-8591 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS BUYER1 BRESLAU, DANIEL KURZ, THOMAS E BUYER2 KELEHER, KATHY J REEDY-GONDESI, PHANEENDHAR TWITCHELL, BRIAN YOUNGBLOOD, ELIZABETH SELLER1 BAY STATE COMMONS LLC BAY STATE COMMONS LLC MILTER PROPERTIES LLC BAY STATE COMMONS LLC BAY STATE COMMONS LLC 368 PLEASANT ST #305 368 PLEASANT ST #210 SELLER2 Copyrighted material previously published in Banker & Tradesman/The Commercial Record, a weekly trade newspaper. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher, The Warren Group. For a searchable database of real estate transactions and property information visit: www.thewarrengroup.com. ADDRESS 368 PLEASANT ST #307 368 PLEASANT ST #304 CITY MALDEN MALDEN MALDEN MALDEN DATE 11.09.22 11.09.22 8-10 ROCKWELL TER MALDEN 11.10.22 11.09.22 PRICE 775590 526038 11.08.22 790000 363707 724090 Opportunity Is KNOCKING Don't Wait Too Long to Answer mangorealtyteam.com 38 Main St. Saugus (781) 558-1091 20 Railroad Ave. Rockport (978)-999-5408 Saugus Welcome home. This two family with large units and an additional living space in the lower level. 5 Baths total. Unit 1 is New which holds a 4 Room 2 bedroom fireplace, washer and dryer. Unit 2 offers a 6 Room 3 Bedroom and 2 full baths with a fireplace that leads to dining area with sliding door overlooking deck where you could view miles of flat land. Generous size rooms with ceiling fans and plenty of storage space. 2 tier decks, heated pool. 2 car drive way with space for 8-10 cars, cabana with a full bath and a kitchen. Close to shopping malls, transportation, Airport, and more .....$799,000 e, wa her ous size ooms w h cei h ck wh ous size s with kitch kitch kitch k h torage th o torage spac ce fo h s ac h h spac e s ac ce fo ce fo ce. ce or ce. ce or 8ce or 8Find us on Google and see what our clients have to say about us! Saugus We have had a great experience selling our home with Mango Realty. Staff have all been very helpful and knowledgeable. Sue Palomba is our realtor, she has been a lot of help and very easy to work with. I would highly recommend this real estate company if you are thinking of selling or buying a home. ~Sheila F. Spectacular sun-filled Colonial with exceptional flow and robust space. Details matter and this lovely home is brimming with beautiful woodwork, trim and much character. The open concept kitchen offers stainless appliances and plenty of granite tops which flows to living room and inviting fireplace which leads to double door going onto the deck. Balancing things off on the second floor are 3 generous bedrooms. The main bedroom has a large sitting room, main bath all leading to a spacious roof top balcony. Large driveway, level yard, 1 car garage and more. ...$668,000 conce conce ce epl e wh ncing hin ncing g edroom . T ading to a ad g t edroo oo oms. 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Desirable neighborhood close to major routes and more...$449,000 Many agents will tell you they can sell your home. However, taking a chance on an agent with no experience selling in your area is TOO big of a risk for such a large financial asset. I would love to help ensure you get the most money for your home in the least amount of time for you and your family. CALL ME FOR A PRE-LISTING CONSULTATION 617-877-4553 Saugus Amesbury Would you like a compliment of wonderful neighborhood, space, and many amenities nearby? This private setting townhouse offers so much. The main level boasts an eat in kitchen, along with living room and 3 generous bedrooms on the second floor. the lower level or could also be categorized as the ground level offers a large family room or bedroom with a full bath. Did I mention washer and dryer in the units, 1 deeded parking, 1 car garage., transportation, nearby shops, and churches? 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Page 28 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 2, 2022 Follow Us On: COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SALES & RENTALS Welcome Fall! Sandy Juliano Broker/President A wonderful season to buy your dream home! WE KNOW EVERETT!! Call TODAY to sell or buy with the best! FOR SALE Condo 1 Riverview Blvd, Methuen Building 5, Unit 204, 2 bed, 2.5 bath $349,900. Call Sandy at 617448-0854 for Details! UNDER AGREEMENT BACK ON THE MARKET! NEW LISTING BY SANDY, 3 FAMILY, 234 WILSON AVE., NAHANT $1,600,000. PLEASE CALL SANDY FOR DETAILS @ 617-448-0854 New Listing by Sandy Single family, 81 Florence Street, Everett SINGLE FAMILY, 21 WALDEN TERRACE, SAUGUS. $849,900. CALL SANDY FOR 617-448-0854 RENTED BY RENTED 43 CHARLTON ST, EVERETT CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS 617-590-9143 NORMA AS TENANT’S AGENT NEW PRICE: $649,900 NEW LISTING BY NORMA UNDER AGREEMENT COMMERCIAL BUILDING ON BROADWAY, EVERETT PLEASE CALL NORMA AT 617-590-9143 FOR MORE INFORMATION NEW LISTING BY SANDY Joe DiNuzzo - Broker Associate Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149 www.jrs-properties.com Open Daily From 10:00 A 00 PM A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Denise Matarazzo - Agent Follow Us On: Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent Mark Sachetta - Agent 617-294-1041

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