Maldden alld a Vol. 31, No. 49 den AADD -FREEThe New Advocate Online: www.advocatenews.net CTE OCAT AT www.advocatenews.net Councillor Simonelli, Mayor light up Lincoln Commons for the Holiday season Published Every Friday 617-387-2200 SANTA'S HELPERS: Ward 1 Councillor Peg Crowe, State Representative Paul Donato, Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy, Ward 7 Councillor Chris Simonelli, City Council President Craig Spadafora and Mayor Gary Christenson. See page 13 for photo highlights.(Advocate photo) LET THE GAMES BEGIN!: Malden High Golden Tornado winter sports begin next week Defending GBL Champ Coed Swim Teams seeks 7th Straight crown; Boys and Girls Basketball seek rebound years By Steve Freker I t is like the proverbial broken record around the pool on Salem Street. At the end of the season: Splish, splash... It's another league championship for the Malden High Co-ed Swim Team! It's a long-running trend for the Golden Tornado swimmers, who are guided by fourth-year head coach Jess Bisson. Like most years, despite graduating some key contributors, there are plenty of returnees who are expected to help keep Malden High near the top of the heap in the Greater Boston League (GBL). Swimming, like the nine othGAMES | SEE PAGE 8 Malden High swimmers take a break between lap swimming for building endurance. (Courtesy/ Malden HS Athletics) T E Friday, December 9, 2022 Malden High School hosts hundreds of attendees in productive parent/caregiverteacher conference First in-person, group event of this kind in several years at MHS is a success Brunelli House Principal Ewald Charles meets with Olivier Jean Baptiste and his family. By Steve Freker I t has been a staple for as long as anyone can remember, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic that aff ected education worldwide, this is one of many traditions that fell by the wayside. This past Thursday night the traditional, in-person, Parent-Teacher Conference Night returned to Malden High School, CONFERENCE | SEE PAGE 10 School Board’s Supt. Evaluation Subcommittee to meet again By Barbara Taormina he agenda for this week’s School Committee meeting included a multicolored chart that outlined a subcommittee’s evaluation of School Superintendent Ligia Noriega-Murphy. The evaluation was based on Noriega-Murphy’s presentation of professional practice goals, student learning goals and district improvement goals which were required by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. A second part of the evaluation involved four standards: instructional leadership, management and operations, family and community engagement and professional culture. The committee then assigned Noriega-Murphy a numerical rating in each of SUBCOMMITTEE | SEE PAGE 7 $3.79 GALLON We accept: MasterCard * Visa * & Discover Price Subject to Change without notice 100 Gal. Min. 24 Hr. Service 781-286-2602

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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 Page 3 Malden legislators announce $38,250 state grant to expand Malden Police Department’s Body-Worn Camera program Steven Ultrino State Representative Jason Lewis State Senator Advocate Staff Report S tate Senator Jason Lewis and State Representatives Steven Ultrino, Kate Lipper-Garabedian and Paul Donato announced that the Malden Police Department has received a $38,250 state grant from the Executive Offi ce of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) to expand its BodyWorn Camera (BWC) program. The Malden Police Department previously received a state grant to develop and implement the Body-Worn Camera program, which was rolled out earlier this year. The new funds will be used to expand and enhance this program. “The implementation of Malden’s Body-Worn Camera program was a major step to increase transparency and provide benefi ts to both police offi cers and the public they serve,” said Senator Lewis. “I am pleased that the State is able to provide further support to expand this valuable program that enhances public safety in Malden.” “I am excited that the Malden Police Department has been awarded a state grant for a body-worn cameras program,” said Representative Kate Lipper-Garabedian. “I applaud the Department on continuing to expand this program in pursuit of improved public safety and Paul Donato State Representative community-police relations.” “The funding allocated for the Body-Worn Camera Grant Program is an important step in making sure that our police offi cers and community members are safe, and will provide us with valuable information when an incident does occur,” said Representative Donato. “I am excited to see Malden’s progress with the Body-Worn Camera program and the additional investment from the State into the safety of our communities,” said Representative Ultrino. “As the fi rst agency in Middlesex County to implement an GRANT | SEE PAGE 12 Governor Baker Signs Malden Ballot Transliteration Bill into Law The City of Malden will now be able to transliterate the names of candidates on the ballots into Chinese, making the election process more accessible to the Chinese-speaking community. M ALDEN – Friday, December 2, 2022 – This Wednesday, Governor Baker signed H.4793, An Act Relative to the Preparation of Certain Bilingual Ballots in the City of Malden, into law, making Malden the second-ever city in the Commonwealth with transliterated candidate names on the ballots, after the City of Boston. Under the amended federal Voting Rights Act of 1975, cities and towns with a considerable single-language population, defi ned as 10,000 individuals or fi ve per-cent of the population, are required to provide bilingual ballots in their communities. However, these requirements often overlook one of the most important parts of a ballot: the candidates’ names. In Malden, where almost 50 per-cent of the residents speak a language other than English in their homes and Chinese is spoken at nearly fi ve-times the state average rate, the lack of transliteration of candidates’ names represents a critical barrier that prevents a signifi cant number of residents from exerTRANSLITERATION | SEE PAGE 8 Plow Package, Runs & Drives Great, Great Condition, Clean Title, 150K Miles! TRADES WELCOME! $14,900 Easy Financing Available! Gary Christenson Mayor Kate Lipper-Garabedian State Representative AUTOTECH 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 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,

Page 4 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 Triangle, Inc. launches Prism, a program for adults living with autism By Tara Vocino T riangle, Inc. held an open house for a new program Triangle, Inc. Chief Executive Officer Coleman Nee thanked donors for their support. for adults with autism, or neurodiverse, at their remodeled location in downtown Malden on Wednesday. Triangle, Inc. is a 50-year-old nonprofit based in Malden that serves people with disabilities and their families. It partnered with the Commonwealth to develop and design a new program, the Prism Program, that offers a variety of employment, job training, independent living and social skills programs for autistic, transition-age young adults. This ground-breaking program and space is designed for young adults with autism who have aged out of the public school system at 22 years old and now 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 Mayor Gary Christenson said Triangle, Inc. provides support for adults with disabilities once they age out of school age. Pictured from left to right: Triangle, Inc. Board of Directors members David Gordon and Mark DeOliveira, Triangle Inc. Chief Integrity Officer Melissa Strout, Lily Schermerhorn and State Rep. Paul Donato. Check presentation, pictured from left to right: Rally 2 Give Foundation Co-Founder Matt St. Jean, Triangle, Inc. Board President Michael Moran, State Representatives Paul Donato and Kate LipperGarabedian, Mayor Gary Christenson, Triangle, Inc. CEO Coleman Nee and Rally 2 Give Foundation Co-Founder Richard St. Jean. Rally 2 Give donated $30,000 to Triangle, Inc. Also represented was the Adelaide Breed Bayrd Foundation, which donated to the learning and collaboration lab. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) need a pathway to independent living. The Prism Program is a one-of-a-kind model that serves young autistic adults with individualized services and provides a judgement-free zone to help members build social bonds with their peers. Mayor Gary Christenson and State Representatives Paul Donato and Kate Lipper-Garabedian were in attendance. MARCHETTI CORP. 29 4.20 4.30 4.83 Available in 1 & 5 gal. Containers 4.05 DEF At The Pump $4.75 Gal. Mayor Gary Christenson (in center) with Triangle, Inc. members Jacob Grant (at left) and Gavin Milligan during Wednesday’s Prism Program open house at Triangle, Inc. Triangle, Inc. CEO Coleman Nee presented a plaque to Board of Directors Member Mark DeOliveira (at left) of The TJX Companies for TJX’s dedication. The plaque will be hung inside Triangle Inc.’s cafe and commons lounge. DIESEL TRUCK STOP Like us on Facebook advocate newspaper Facebook.com/Advocate.news.ma

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 Page 5 The Gallery@57 presents Artist Focus: Karen Sparacio Special to Th e Advocate K aren Sparacio, Director of Project Have Hope (PHH), is a Malden resident and established a 501(c)(3) nonprofi t organization that brings handmade fair trade artisan crafts from Uganda to the United States, allowing the artisans to be paid a fair price, on time, in equitable, transparent, longterm relationships, uplifting those who have experienced trauma to have livelihoods, and importantly, hope. Many of the beautiful handicrafts – including textile bags, trivets, aprons, dolls, plush animals, paper bead jewelry, sturdy and handwoven raffi a baskets, and metal-smithed and bone jewelry – can be found at The Gallery@57 at 57 Pleasant St. in Malden. Sparacio’s story with PHH began when she traveled to Uganda in the fall of 2005 as a volunteer photographer for several nonprofi ts. While there, she was introduced to the Acholi Quarter, where she photographed for two weeks. In her words, “As a photojournalist, my focus has been to inspire others to take action. During this trip, I realized that I needed to take action and to do something more than take photos. It was on that premise that PHH was born.” The stories of the artisans range from those who spent multiple years in a displaced persons camp to an escaped abductee from the Northern Advertise in theADVOCATE Call now! 617-387-2200 advertise on the web atwww.advocatenews.net Mackey & Brown Attorneys at Law * PERSONAL INJURY * REAL ESTATE * FAMILY LAW * GENERAL PRACTICE * PERSONAL BANKRUPTCY * CIVIL LITIGATION 14 Norwood St., Everett, MA 02149 Phone: (617) 387-4900 Fax: (617) 381-1755 WWW.MACKEYBROWNLAW.COM John Mackey, Esq. * Katherine M. Brown, Esq. Patricia Ridge, Esq. Malden photojournalist Karen Sparacio has created a nonprofi t organization to support women in Uganda. Uganda confl ict to an HIV-positive person who now counsels others like her about leading healthy lives. Another artisan cares for family members and orphans. Thanks to PHH, they are not only creating saleable, utilitarian art, they are able to pay for their children’s school fees, open their own businesses and pay for their medication. As can be seen on the PHH website (https://projecthavehope.org/), the artisans have 4.0 %APY* 36 Month CD Missing Out Doesn’t Add Up. Ask about our in-home or office concierge service. IMPRESSIVE INTEREST AND A GREAT TIMING JUST MAKES SENSE. Here’s your chance to run the numbers in your favor. Everett Bank’s 36 Month CD with an amazing 4.0% APY* gets you closer to those financial goals much faster. Easily calculate better earnings with Everett Bank’s 36 Month CD. Go to everettbank.com for details. been “displaced by war” and “shackled by poverty,” and now they make internationally attractive items that give them hope that restores them and inspires others. “Project Have Hope’s handmade designs help women build a secure future for their families, and create a more equitable world.” You can support PHH by purchasing their crafts at The Gallery@57. They make wonderful gifts. 425r Broadway, Saugus Located adjacent to Kohls Plaza Route 1 South in Saugus at the intersection of Walnut St. We are on MBTA Bus Route 429 781-231-1111 We are a Skating Rink with Bowling Alleys, Arcade and two TV’s where the ball games are always on! PUBLIC SKATING SCHEDULE 12-8 p.m. Sunday Monday Tuesday $9.00 Price includes Roller Skates Rollerblades/inline skates $3.00 additional cost Private Parties 7:30-11 p.m. $10.00 Price includes Roller Skates Adult Night 18+ Only Wednesday Thursday Friday Everyone must pay admission after 6 p.m. Private Parties Private Parties 4-11 p.m. Saturday 12-11 p.m. $9.00 $9.00 Everyone must pay admission after 6 p.m. Sorry No Checks - ATM on site Roller skate rentals included in all prices Inline Skate Rentals $3.00 additional *Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as of the date posted and is subject to change without notice. APY assumes that interest remains on deposit until maturity. A withdrawal will reduce earnings. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. Offer may be withdrawn at any time.Minimum of $500 is required to open a Certificate of Deposit and earn the advertised APY. BIRTHDAY & PRIVATE PARTIES AVAILABLE www.roller-world.com

Page 6 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 ~ Malden Musings ~ A Thanksgiving Blessing By Peter F. Levine T hanksgiving: food, family, football and maybe a Ballantine Ale or two make it the best holiday on the calendar. In Malden we have the annual Malden versus Medford football game and the “Night Before Thanksgiving Tradition” originated, I believe, in Malden at the old Highland Cafe in the late 1970s by the Class of 1975 (a group of friends that needed very little reason to get together and drink beer). Insert smiley face. Father Time has a way of making many of us appreciate the holiday even more. As we travel through this crazy life of ours together and as we recognize our transience, we tend to take less for granted. To savor the moment and enjoy – just enjoy. DPW Director Bobby Knox spoke eloquently on this same subject recently via Facebook: “Another Thanksgiving over and a lot of loved ones have passed through the years as the table gets smaller each year. I refl ect to the early days when I was young and went to my grandmother’s house on Whitman Street and had the best Thanksgivings (my favorite holiday) with family, friends, and Malden football. I would love to roll back the clock to walk through the door after Malden beat Medford and have Turkey Day with my grandparents/parents and extended family one last time. Thank you for everyone that made yesterday another memory for my family. Enjoy your family because the days don’t last forever.” Here is MHS Class of 1977 Dave O’Brien relating his football/Thanksgiving Day experience as only Obie can: “We tend to focus on, and recall more often, the endings of our experiences. Journeys fi nd their meaning in the outcome. It’s called The Grand Finale for a reason. “Perhaps unsurprisingly, it turns out that seniors who lose more than half of their games but win the Thanksgiving Game often report higher levels of satisfaction with their fi nal season Law Offices of Terrence W. 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But stay tuned. “Coach Marsinelli makes me a captain of Malden’s fi rst C-Squad. We lose every game and have fun doing it. I am thrown out of four games for fi ghting. But Mars gets me. And he doesn’t give up on me. And he goes to bat for me when a referee tries to ban me from playing. “At the banquet he gives me a ~ Home of the Week ~ LYNN...Charming Ranch Style Home with breezeway and one car attached garage. This home offers updated, renovated kitchen with granite counter top and ceramic tile flooring. Fireplace living room with large picture window for plenty of sunlight, recessed lighting and refinished hardwood flooring throughout. This is a one + bedroom home, 2nd bedroom does not have closet. Lower level offers a family room with a bar set up and sink, walk out basement, great ward 1 neighborhood. Offered at $429,900 335 Central Street, Saugus, MA 01906 (781) 233-7300 View the interior of this home right on your smartphone. View all our listings at: CarpenitoRealEstate.com trophy and tells everyone I play the game the way it is meant to be played. “1971. I move up to A-Squad and start at left guard. I don’t wash my practice uniform. I mean, ever. I have to leave it on the back porch. It turns from white to brown and smells like a Roosevelt Park puddle. I am one with my environment. I block for Stanasek and Russell and Jesi and Langston and Roach. I fi nd out what it feels like to win the G.B.L. “1972. Thirteen years old and a captain of the A-Squad. This year, I wash my uniform and we don’t win the G.B.L. We come close. But we lose to Chelsea in the fi nal game. Billy Swanson, who will choose not to play organized football after this season, is our best player on off ense and defense. “1973. Ninth grade, now. Beebe. Gene Revelas is the fullback, and I am tailback. We give each other concussions every Tuesday at one-on-one head-slamming drills. I see stars explode in the sky above and feel an electric shock go through exactly one side of my body. We surprise everyone by losing our fi rst two games. But we fi nish the season 5-2. “1974. My fi rst year at Malden High. I can’t imagine any team, ever, having three better varsity captains than Jack and Jeff and Bunza. Our sophomore team goes undefeated. Shawn and I are on the varsity kickoff team. And this feels like a privilege because Malden wins the G.B.L. “1975. A junior in high school. I have my best season. And my favorite season. I’m starting at left guard. My best friend, Louis Femino, is right guard. Malden wins another G.B.L. I could have climbed to the top of the gas tank next to the fi eld and yelled, ‘Look at me, Ma. I’m on top of the world.’ “But that world of ours keeps on turning. And there is a reason why Greek tragedies are timeless. The season of 1976 rolls around. Senior year. Along with Louie and Richard Angelo, I’m a team captain. Much is expected of us. Lou Racca tells me that he wants an undefeated season. ‘And no ties.’ “They have me starting both ways. I’m a 160-pound nose tackle. I beat everyone on the bench press. But I have the legs of a distance runner. I’m an improper fraction. Designed for wrestling. “I get off to a pretty good start. In our fi rst game against Melrose, I get slugged. But I have matured. (Or so I believe at the time.) I don’t punch back. I wave bye-bye to the kicked-out-ofthe-game Melrose player. We take the fi fteen yards and win the game on a double pass. “The season goes on. I wear down. There is inner-turmoil and what I think is called ‘adolescent angst.’ I’m seventeen and a mess. I have issues. And that all sounds like excuses. “But, whatever. I am not getting the job done on defense and it is hurting the team and I know it and it frustrates me and I take those frustrations out on Mathew because he is the biggest kid on the team and I don’t have that size and maybe we should have two-platooned and blah, blah, blah. “The Thanksgiving Day Game arrives. We are at Pearl Street on a perfect-weather day in front of six thousand people. I come out of the huddle for the fi rst play of the game, and there, waiting for me, lined up at defensive tackle, is Anthony Pasquale. “Malden is behind but we have the ball at the end of the game on what feels like the fi nal drive. Malden fumbles. Medford recovers. And then something strange happens. A Medford player, who hadn’t yet been in the game, comes in for just one MUSINGS| SEE PAGE 11

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 ~ Letter to the Editor ~ Page 7 Malden Public School Tour School Committee Member Joseph Gray and staff of the Linden School M y November 18 tour of the Linden school was magnifi cent. After last month’s tour at the Early Learning Center, it was just as impactful to be guided through to the staff and faculty working to educate our children at the Linden STEAM Academy, K-8 grade. Principal Ray lead myself, Superintendent Ligia and Committee member Sharyn through the classrooms and studies at the school today. We also met the SUBCOMMITTEE | FROM PAGE 1 those categories. As part of her presentation on professional practice, Noriega-Murphy said, “As the new Superintendent of the Malden Public Schools, I will begin the school year by holding listening sessions and meetings with numerous stakeholders to learn about the district and the City.” She also said she planned to review documents and data to fully understand the district in an unbiased manner. According to committee members, Noriega-Murphy had either met that goal or made signifi cant progress toward meeting it. She received equally high marks on her explanation of student learning goals. “My goal is to create systems, protocols and coherent processes to deliver high levels of learning for all students with a culturally and linguistically equitable instructional core,” she told Committee members, adding the intent to adopt a new literacy/ELA and math 6-8 curriculum, professional development, teacher paraprofessional leadership and mentorship programs. Noriega-Murphy’s district improvement goals mirrored her student learning goals and stressed equity literacy and numeracy and professional development. Members of the evaluation subcommittee were split on their ratings for district improvement with one member voting to say she had exceeded that goal and others saying she K-4 principal Jost. I paid particular attention to the progress of both the new Honors program and the AEAP program for talented students. I needed clarification to compare and contrast how both programs are structured. Having gone to an Exam School myself during the 1970’s in Boston, I am curious and partial to the AEAP structure. After chatting with the math coach and other instructors, it was immensehad met or made progress toward achieving it. School Committee Member Rob McCarthy, who chairs the Superintendent Evaluation Subcommittee, said that while he and fellow members Jennifer Spadafora and Sharyn Rose Zeiberg were working much was happening in the district. Malden teachers held a vote of no confi dence in Noriega-Murphy because she tried to make changes that should have required union approval. Teachers staged a one-day strike over pay increases and a safe working environment. In addition to those problems, questions were raised about Noriega-Murphy’s academic credentials. “There was obviously a backand-forth with the teachers’ union,” said McCarthy, adding that events did not aff ect the committee’s evaluation. “I think right now, at this point, the Superintendent Evaluation Subcommittee will have to meet again to go over all our data and information,” said McCarthy. “Then we’ll decide to vote it out favorably or negatively to the entire School Committee,” said McCarthy. As for instructional leadership, School Committee Members agreed that the Superintendent was able to collect and measure scope of data when it comes to the school district. School Committee Members agree that there was support for educators across the entire district with helping them with licensure issues and making a pipeline for paraprofessionals. ly helpful to have an extended dialogue with the current K-4 AEAP teacher. The talent and dedication of our Linden AEAP staff is phenomenal! If invited, I am willing to come back and listen/talk in more detail about how the program can be enhanced for future generations of children. Sincerely, Joseph Gray Ward 6 School Committee Member Committee members ranked Noriega-Murphy mostly either proficient or exemplary in instructional leadership with the exception of evaluation, which several felt needs improvement. In the other categories, Noriega-Murphy received a range of ranking with an overall rating of profi cient. McCarthy said a lot of the information gathered showed Noriega-Murphy in a positive light, but there was some disagreement among committee members on whether the fi nal rank should be profi cient or needs improvement. 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: Rocco Longo, Owner WWW.SABATINO-INS.COM 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.

Page 8 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 GAMES | FROM PAGE 1 er sports programs which start their seasons next week, has been diligently preparing for their opening games. Malden's seventh-year Director of Athletics Charlie Conefrey reports that he is excited about this season for a lot of reasons. "We have been coming back from this and coming back from that for several years now, since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020," Conefrey told The Malden Advocate. "This school year it finally feels as if we are completely back in business when it comes to interscholastic athletics. Conefrey said he is glad to see some of the biggest numbers of student-athletes coming out for the various teams in years, these past two weeks of tryouts and preseason practices. Some of the teams — including two of the three coed teams Malden is fielding this winter — have seen their biggest turnouts in many years, Conefrey said. Coed Wrestling, coached by Rin Van and Coed Gymnastics, coached by Katie Bowdridge, have both seen close to 30 or more student-athletes taking part in preseason drills and practices so far. "It has been great to see student-athletes coming out and maybe trying a sport in which they may not have participated before," Conefrey said. "The preseason practices for all the teams TRANSLITERATION | FROM PAGE 3 cising their basic, constitutional right to vote. This is a particularly critical issue for Malden’s large Chinese-speaking population, whose character-based language system differs greatly from the Latin alphabet used in English. As a result, many Chinese-speakers will arrive at the polls able to read the instructions on how to vote but are unTuesday, December 13 Freshman Boys Basketball v. Medford, Ferryway School, 4:00 p.m. JV Boys Basketball v. Medford, Finn Gym, 4:30 p.m. JV Girls Basketball @ Medford, Medford HS, 4:30 p.m. Varsity Boys Basketball v. Medford, Finn Gym, 6:00 p.m. Varsity Girls Basketball @ Medford, 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 14 Varsity Boys and Girls Indoor Track v. Medford, Sam Fishman Fieldhouse @ Salemwood School, 4:00 p.m. Middle School Boys Basketball @ Somerville, 5:30 p.m. Varsity Girls Co-op Hockey (with Medford) @ Masconomet, 8:05 p.m. Thursday, December 15 Freshman Boys Basketball @ Malden High took on Winchester in scrimmage action in Malden on Tuesday. (Steve Freker Photo) were a good experience and the teams are ready to go next week. This winter Malden High is fielding teams in the following Sports:Boys Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman Basketball; Girls Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman Basketball; Coed Varsity Wrestling; Coed Varsity Swimming, Coed Varsity Gymnastics; Boys Varsity Indoor Track, Girls Varsity Indoor Track; Boys Varsity Co-op Ice Hockey (with Everett, Mystic Valley and Revere); Girls Varsity Co-op Ice Hockey (with Medable to understand the names of the candidates on the ballot. The newly-enacted law will remove this barrier by allowing Malden to transliterate the names of candidates on ballots into Simplified Chinese characters in all future statewide and general elections in the city. The Malden Board of Registrars of Voting will be responsible for using Simplified Chinese characters to phonetically spell out names ford); and Middle School (7th & 8th Grade) Boys Basketball and Middle School Girls Basketball. ***** The first games of the season for Malden High Sports are on Tuesday, December 13 when the Varsity, JV and Freshman Boys Basketball teams are in action at home against Greater Boston League rival Medford and the Varsity and JV Girls Basketball teams hit the road against Medford. Freshman Boys Basketball plays at home at 4:00 p.m. at the of candidates for district and county offices in both federal and statewide elections. The transliterated names will then be provided to the Secretary of State, who will be responsible for producing the ballots accordingly. “This law will finally ensure full and meaningful access to ballots for our Chinese-speaking voters,” said Representative Steve Ultrino. “Every eligible voter in our Commonwealth should Malden High head Girls Basketball Coach Scott Marino talks with the team during a timeout during Tuesday's scrimmage game with Winchester. (Courtesy Malden HS Athletics) Ferryway School. JV Boys play at 4:30 p.m. at Malden High Finn Gym and Varsity Boys Basketball plays at the Finn Gym at 6:00 p.m. Malden High Sports Schedule for the Week of December 10-16 Saturday, December 10 Varsity Boys Co-op Hockey (with Everett) @ Lynn English, 2:30 p.m. be able to exercise their right to vote, no matter what language they speak. I am grateful that this bill has passed, and it could not have been accomplished without the support of our AAPI community advocates, GMAACC, Greater Boston Legal Services, APIs CAN, the Malden City Council, Mayor Christenson and my colleagues in the Legislature.” "The passing of H.4793 is an important step for voter accessibility in Malden,” said Representative Paul Donato. “Malden has a large Chinese population for whom English is their second language and it is important that they have the same ability to make their choice at the polls. I am proud to have worked with the rest of the Malden Delegation in passing this excellent legislation.” “I am thrilled to see the passing of this law to support voting accessibility for Chinese-speaking residents in Malden. I hope to see similar revisions made across the state to continue making voting clear and understandable for all,” said Senator Jason Lewis. “It was heartening to see the dedication of so many community advocates throughout the process of making this change. Thank you to Lynn English, 4:00 p.m. Varsity Coed Swimming v. Bishop Fenwick, MHS Pool, 4:00 p.m. JV Girls Basketball v. Lynn English, Finn Gym, 4:30 p.m. JV Boys Basketball @ Lynn English, 5:30 p.m. Varsity Girls Basketball v. Lynn English, Finn Gym, 6:00 p.m. Varsity Boys Basketball @ Lynn English, 7:00 p.m. Friday, December 16 Middle School 7-8 Grade Girls Basketball v. Everett, Beebe School, Malden, 4:00 p.m. Middle School 7-8 Grade Boys Basketball, Beebe School, Malden, 5:00 p.m. everyone who made their voices heard to bring bilingual ballots to Malden.” "With the full delegation, I'm proud to support Malden's leadership in this space," said State Representative Kate Lipper-Garabedian. "Ensuring informed access to voting is critical everywhere, including in our diverse and vibrant City." “It all started and ended with our community partners including the Greater Malden Asian American Community Coalition, APIs CAN, and many others,” said Mayor Gary Christenson. “This great achievement is definitely the result of team effort between legislators, community advocates, with the full support of the administration and the City Council. Finally, we can come up with all the ideas and initiatives, but we need the people in position to help make them a reality. Thank you to State Representatives Paul Donato, Steve Ultrino, and Kate Lipper-Garabedian as well as State Senator Jason Lewis for their determination to make this happen.” H.4793 was signed by Governor Baker on Wednesday, November 30, 2022. The legislation has taken effect upon its passage in the Legislature and approval from the Governor.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 Page 9 The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc. celebrates 30 years of giving immigrants a voice. Founder is recognized in U.S. Congressional record by Sen. Edward Markey. M ALDEN, Mass, December 7, 2022 / On Tuesday, November 15, 2022, The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc. (The ILC) celebrated its 30th anniversary at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Founder Diane Portnoy started The ILC in Malden in 1992 with three staff members off ering free English language classes to 60 immigrants and refugees. Since then, The ILC has helped more than 11,500 immigrant and refugee adults from 122 countries living in 89 Greater Boston communities fi nd jobs, become citizens, start businesses, volunteer, become involved in their children’s schools and more. Roughly three-quarters of these live in Malden, Everett, Revere and Medford. In recognition of the impact achieved by The Immigrant Learning Center and its founder, Senator Edward Markey introduced a Tribute to Diane Portnoy in the U.S. Congressional Record on November 14, 2022. The tribute reads in part, “I am honored to take this opportunity to recognize Ms. Portnoy for her tremendous achievements. She has touched many lives, and her work at The Immigrant Learning Center will continue to have a lasting impact on individuals across Massachusetts and beyond. So, on this 30th anniversary of the Immigrant Learning Center, we thank her for her service to her community, the commonwealth, and the country.” Portnoy addressed the more than 200 attendees with an tributions of immigrants. For more information, visit the website http://www.ilctr. org. The ILC can also be found on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn. PUCKSTARDISPLAYS HOCKEY GIFTS Glove Lamps The Immigrant Learning Center Founder and CEO Diane Portnoy speaks to more than 200 supporters at The ILC’s 30th Anniversary. eye toward the future of the organization, our communities and our nation by saying, “There will always be newcomers who risk everything to start a new life in this country either escaping tragedy in their home country or chasing the American Dream or both. And, yes, immigrants need our help, but they also have so much to contribute. We know that fi rsthand based on the thousands of students we’ve met over the last 30 years.” About The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc. The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc. (ILC) of Malden, MA, is a not-for-profi t organization that gives immigrants a voice in three ways. The English Language Program provides free, year-round ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes to help immigrant and refugee adults in Greater Boston become successful workers, parents and community members. The A trusted family name combined with exceptional craftsmanship & professionalism. Call for a consultation & quote. Public Education Institute informs Americans about immigrants and immigration in the United States, and the Institute for Immigration Research, a joint venture with George Mason University, conducts research on the economic conAll items are made from real hockey gloves and used sticks All items may be personalized with engraved name plate at no additional cost Personalized Phone Holders Contact us at puckstardisplays@gmail.com Puck Lamps 64 Years! • Vinyl Siding • Carpentry Work • Decks • Roofing • Replacement Windows • Free Estimates • Fully Licensed • Fully Insured

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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 Page 11 Malden artist brightens City Hall M alden City Hall has been graced by the City of Malden’s purchase of three beautiful oil paintings by Malden artist Rosene Wine. The paintings “Rainy Date,” “Exchange” and “Book Friends” tell stories of local Malden sites. “Rainy Date” shows a man and woman outside a popular local restaurant on a rainy evening. “Exchange” portrays the Ed Emberley Mural on Exchange Street while children play in the park under the supervision of an adult, possibly their father. “Book Friends” depicts children holding books that they have just checked out of the Malden Public Library. You can even see the light in the library windows, and one where a child is looking out. Looking Melrose Arts & Crafts Society Dec. 12 Meeting O n December 12, 2022, the Melrose Arts & Crafts SoPictured from left): artists Sandy Felder and Rosene Wine and Mayor Gary Christenson. more closely at these paintings, you might also glimpse the artist and her family. The City is grateful to The Gallery@57 for bringing Rosene Wine and City Hall leaders together to add these colorful paintings to the walls of our City Hall. Drop by the second fl oor of City Hall to see them in person. We’re Back!! North Shore Black Women's Assoc. Annual MLK Luncheon Jan. 14 T he North Shore Black Women’s Association, Inc. is holding its annual Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon.Details: Saturday, January 14, 2023, at Anthony’s (105 Canal St., Malden, Mass.) from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Keynote Speaker: Chief Lester Baker, Framingham Police Department, Framingham, Mass. Honorees: Building Bridges MUSINGS | FROM PAGE 6 play. And when the play is over, he walks up to me and punches me in the helmet. Might as well have been a fl ea. But the old me resurfaces. And, without thinking, I punch him back. We are both kicked out. I have fallen for the oldest trick in the book. “And if it was a designed setup, it’s still my fault. I had to play my part for it to work. “I walk to the sideline and sit on the bench. It’s sinking in. I’m done. It’s over and I’m out. I can’t undo it. Time’s arrow is unforgiving. I’m stunned. I feel empty. “Medford wins. “I walk down the hall of the clubhouse into the Medford locker room. Bennie Talbot thinks I am going there to fi ght. He follows me to back me up. But I just shake Anthony’s hand and say, ‘good game.’ “And then I’m back in the Malden room. With the kids I grew up with. Where there are so many memories. And there, it all catches up to me. My whole life to that point gathers like a storm cloud. “Now cue the tears. “Quiet on the set. And...action. “Coach Finn’s voice, addressing the team: It’s over. Go on Through Music, Inc., Lynn, Mass., and Eastern Middlesex Alcoholism Services, Inc., Malden, Mass. Tickets will not be sold at the door. To purchase tickets, please visit Eventbrite at https://www. eventbrite.com/e/the-28thannual-rev-dr-martin-lutherking-jr-memorial-luncheontickets-440919902297. There are limited seats with a capaciwith life. “And that’s a wrap. And it’s how my seven-year football journey ends. “By way of a riddle and a plot twist and a slightly bizarre epilogue, at the end-of-season banquet, Coach Cullen gives me a trophy for...wait for it...Unsung Hero of the Medford Game. “I never did fi gure that out. But that’s okay. Not all mysteries need to be solved. “Happy Thanksgiving, everybody.” As Peter Falk’s iconic TV character “Columbo” would say, “Just one more thing, sir” – thinking of old friend Steve Bouley on the anniversary of his passing four years ago. 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Page 12 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 For Advertising with Results, call The Advocate Newspapers at 617-387-2200 or Info@advocatenews.net Former Malden firefighter sentenced after pleading guilty to federal drug distribution charges 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. O Advocate Staff Report n Dec. 6, 2022, a former Malden fi refi ghter was sentenced in federal court in Boston for conspiring to distribute controlled substances, including oxycodone, suboxone, Klonopin and Adderall. Joshua Eisnor, 43, of North Reading, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Leo T. Sorokin to five years of probation. Eisnor was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fi ne and forfeiture of $900. On June 23, 2022, Eisnor pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances. While working as a fi refi ghter at the Malden Fire Department, Eisnor distributed controlled substances to other members of the Department. “Mr. Eisnor compromised the integrity, security and operations of the Malden Fire Department by distributing controlled substances. As a fi refi ghter, Mr. GRANT | FROM PAGE 3 Axon body-worn camera program, the Malden Police Department and the City are prioritizing transparency and accountability while keeping our community and our police offi cers safe – and we are proud to continue to support these eff orts in the legislature.” Eisnor was responsible for protecting the Malden community. Instead, he dishonored his noble profession and sold drugs while on duty,” said U.S. Attorney Rachael S. Rollins. “His conduct also jeopardized the safety of his fellow fi remen and women who – like the overwhelming majority of public servants – do their jobs with honor, dignity and controlled substance free.” “It is dishonorable for a fi refighter to break the law and breach the trust of his community that he took an oath to protect, but that is exactly what Joshua Eisnor did while dealing drugs on duty to his fellow fi refi ghters, putting them, and the citizens of Malden, in potential danger,” said the Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Boston Division, Joseph R. Bonavolonta. “This case illustrates the FBI’s commitment to bringing to justice those who deliberately compromise the integrity of their position for their addictions.” “We are grateful to our Legislative Delegation and the Executive Offi ce of Public Safety and Security for this crucial funding,” said Mayor Gary Christenson. “Having rolled out our bodyworn camera program in October, we are already seeing positive results as our offi cers continue their hard work of protecting our residents.” “Prescription drugs off ered illegally have no guarantees of safety or effi cacy and hold the potential to harm those who use them,” said the Special Agent in Charge of the FDA’s Office of Criminal Investigations’ New York Field Offi ce, Fernando McMillan. “We will continue to investigate and bring to justice those who put the health of the public at risk.” This case announcement was made by U.S. Attorney Rollins, FBI SAC Bonavolonta, FSA-CI SAC McMillan and the Special Agent in Charge of the Department of Veterans Aff airs Offi ce of Inspector General’s Northeast Field Offi ce, Christopher F. Algieri. Special assistance was provided by the Merrimack Valley Transnational Organized Crime Task Force. Assistant U.S. Attorneys Eugenia M. Carris, Deputy Chief of Rollins’ Public Corruption & Special Prosecutions Unit, and Howard Locker of Rollins’ Health Care Fraud Unit prosecuted the case. “The Malden Police Department is truly appreciative of the eff orts made by our Legislative Delegation and EOPSS to assist us with our Body-Worn Camera (BWC) program,” said Police Chief Glenn Cronin. “BWC’s have bolstered our continuing eff ort and commitment to increase transparency, legitimacy, and trust within our community.”

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 Page 13 Councillor Simonelli, Mayor Christenson and City of Malden Welcome Santa to Lincoln Commons L incoln Commons was decorated for the holiday season, and last Saturday evening Santa arrived to help ring in the holiday season and light up the park – thanks to the combined efforts of Ward 7 Councillor Chris Simonelli, his colleagues and Mayor Gary Christenson. Malden Director of Public Works Bob Knox, Police Chief Glenn Cronin and Fire Chief Bill Sullivan also played a big part in securing the park for the event and keeping it safe for the residents in attendance. Everyone loves taking a picture with Santa. Santa threw his hands high in the air as the lights brightened up Lincoln Commons. The Spadafora girls: Juliana, Liliana and Brooklyn. Santa and his helpers at Lincoln Commons Mayor Gary Christenson addressed the crowd at Lincoln Commons last Saturday night for the lighting of the tree and the area for the holiday season. PJ Abbott with Mayor Gary Christenson and Santa Former City Council President and Ward 7 Councillor Neal Anderson with Deano Summers and Ryan Knox Santa and Mrs. Claus with Dillon Barrasso Mayor Gary Christenson and Ward 7 Councillor Chris Simonelli joined Santa and Mrs. Claus and lots of Malden children at Lincoln Commons. Dillan Marion had a photo op with Santa and Mrs. Claus. The Clauses with Neera Verma and Rian Oukan. Council President Spadafora is shown speaking to a young reveler on Saturday. Mayor Gary Christenson (center), DPW Director Bob Knox, Police Chief Glenn Cronin, Ward 7 Councillor/event organizer Chris Simonelli, City Council President Craig Spadafora, Fire Chief Bill Sullivan, Ward 7 School Committee Member Keith Bernard and Ward 5 Councillor Barbara Murphy. In the holiday spirit: Josephine and Angelina Casucci. Teamsters Local 25 were on hand with their mobile stage to help out during the festivities.

Page 14 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE ROUNDUP: Malden High kicker Ronald Juarez gets D1 Football Offer from Merrimack Former Everett High star DB Lewis Cine recovering from major injury in first NFL season Revere High sports ready to go for the 2022-2023 GBL season By Jason Mazzilli W hen Malden High head football coach Witche Exilhomme learned the news that the fi rst Division 1 college football offer to a Tornado player since he assumed the reins was in the bank, his immediate reaction was pride. Then it was right back to the kid: "He will get more off ers very soon, if one coach strikes gold, other coaching staffs want a piece of it, too," Coach Exilhomme said. The Malden coach, who led the Tornado football team to its most victories in eight seasons (4-6) this past fall, got a text from Class of 2022 placekicker Ronald Juarez Tuesday night that he had received a D-1 off er from Merrimack College. It was the fi rst Malden player to receive a D-1 off er since 2015, when the coach's own two brothers, D.J and Danley Exilhomme got the nod from Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). Not a bad package deal for the Blue Devils — two of Malden's all-time best players! Juarez had a standout career at Malden High, playing the 2018-2020 seasons under former head coach Steve Freker and then his senior year, 2021, with Coach Exilhomme. Due to unpredictable and cloudy recruiting seasons during the COVID-19 pandemic, it was diffi cult for Juarez to be seen extensively, though he did attend several national-level kicking camps accompanied by Coach Freker in the past several years. They were run by nationally-renowned Chris Sailer and also Kicking World, in outof-state locales such as Florida, North Carolina and New Jersey. Following last season, Coach Exilhomme suggested that Juarez attend the coach's former postgraduate destination, Milford Academy, in upstate New York. Juarez was immediately accepted and locked it in to attend Milford just about one year ago. It turned out to be exactly the right move, as Juarez excelled at Milford — which plays a national schedule — dominating the kicking game, including a 51-yard fi eld goal made in one game and several other clutch kicks. In the meanwhile, Juarez continued to send highlight clips to basically every Division 1 and Former Everett High and University of Georgia star Lewis Cine suff ered a horrifying injury while blocking on a punt for the Minnesota Vikings against New Orleans in London in early October. (Courtesy Photo) speak, when he received his fi rst Division 1 off er from Merrimack Tuesday night. After receiving a number of other off ers from Division 3 and 2 schools, this fi rst D-1 off er really excited him. Coach Exilhomme is conLewis Cine, above, played for Everett High in 2018 in 2015 and 2016 before transferring to a high school in Texas. Former Malden High standout Ronald Juarez, Class of 2022, recently received a Division 1 football off er to attend Merrimack College. Division 2 college football program on the East Coast. "He knew what he wanted and he stayed with it. I really don't think he missed contacting any program you could possibly think of," Coach Freker said. "He's a very hard worker and has always been extremely motivated." Malden High Director of Athletic said he always thought highly of Juarez. "He worked hard to improve his craft of kicking and he also stepped it up in the classroom when he set his sights on playing college football. "Ronald Juarez is most likely the best placekicker or at least one of the very best, to ever play football at Malden High," Conefrey said, noting the Class of 2022 grad booted the game winning fi eld goal in not one, but two Thanksgiving wins over Medford, in the 29-0 rout in 2019 and the 12-10 (no off ensive touchdowns scored) win in 2021. Juarez's "ship came in," so to vinced more high-end offers are coming. "Everyone's always digging for gold when it comes to college football recruiting. More will come knocking, wait and see." On sending Juarez to Milford Academy. when Exilhomme once attended as a player and tinues to show it." Juarez said he is excited for what could lie ahead. "I am very thankful for all the help I received from coaches at Malden, Coach Witche and Coach Frek and also from Mr. Conefrey," the college-bound kicker said. "I also am grateful to my family for the support they have shown me every day." **** Former Everett High star Lewis Cine making speedy recovery after devastating leg injury in Game #6 of his NFL career When the injury was fi rst announced, it was said — point blank— there was doubt if the former Everett High and University of Georgia star defensive back would ever play football again. The injury for the Minnesota Ronald Juarez kicked the game winning field goals in each of the past two Malden High Thanksgiving Day victories over Medford before this year, in 2019 and 2021. then returned two years ago as a coach: "It turned out to be the right move. We put a lot of work into getting Ronald (Juarez) to Milford and getting him in the right spot and it has paid off for him," Coach Exilhomme said. "Coach Freker played a big role in all of it. He cares so much for all the Malden players and conVikings safety was that bad. While blocking for a punt in a game played in London two months ago, Cine sustained a horrifying injury, breaking BOTH major bones in his leg, the fi bia and the tibia, as well as severely dislocating his ankle. The Vikings selected Cine in the 1st Round of the 2022 NFL Draft after a controversial trade back from the 12th spot. Cine was the 32nd overall pick. He got a fantastic contract, signing for $11.6 million guaranteed on a four-year rookie pact, including a $5.6 million signing bonus. Despite the crushing injury, Cine said recently, “Nothing is SPORTS| SEE PAGE 20

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 Page 15 MC STUDENTS FROM MALDEN ACHIEVE HONOR ROLL – FIRST QUARTER M ALDEN, MA. (December 5, 2022) – Malden Catholic students have completed the coursework required for the first quarter of the 2022 - 2023 school year. The school has three categories for outstanding academic performance honors: President’s List (90 - 100 in all classes), First Honors (85 to 89 in all classes), and Second Honors (80 to 84 in all classes.) Malden Catholic Honors – QUARTER ONE 2022 President’s List Grace Damico Mishel Duque Ruth Fedna Connor Fitzpatrick Julia Gamitto Anne Harrington Paul Harrington George Harris Gianna Holland Caroline McAuliffe Jordyn Meehan Santiago Rojas Conner Seeley Daniel Shea Gianna Spadafora Sachelle Sterlin Kayla Sullivan Ayuska Tamang Vi Vu Marissa Willard Jaidan Downey Nicholas Evans Sabrina Fallon Vanshika Ghai Owen Goodreau Aaron Hulse Lauren Jackson Emelle Jacob Mihir Jani Brooke Keane Kayla McAuliffe Anne Meza President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List President’s List First Honors (85 to 89 in all classes) Laura Dal-Toe First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors President’s List (90 to 100 in all classes) Amaurys Cruz Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Sebastian Montes Charles Mortellite Fru Nche Jackson Norales Megh Patel Elicia Perez Leticia Ribeiro Luis Rivera III Addison Romprey Sophia Salinas Talia Schuman Yixiao Shan Adam Smida Fedj Surpris Brianna Tong Joseph Urias HanQian Wang Xhensia Zajmi Caua Ferreira James Gage Scott Gage Amaya Griffin Alexis Handy Mikayla Holland Kevin Humphrey Maya Joseph Kaitlyn Knox Erynne McNulty Joseph Molinar NgocMinh Nguyen Richard Nguyen Caitlin Nylin Josh Pereira Marcus Rojas Manya Sharma Jordyn Sikora Rayan Taimourya Emily Taylor First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors Lena Rodriguez Aguila First Honors Zoe Rogers First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors First Honors Second Honors (80 to 84 in all classes) Julianna Ferguson Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Second Honors Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden, MA Malden Legislative Delegation Announces $49,000 State Grant to Support Recycling and Waste Reduction in Malden B OSTON—Senator Jason Lewis, Representative Steven Ultrino, Representative Kate Lipper-Garabedian, and Representative Paul Donato applauded the recent announcement that the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) awarded the City of Malden $49,000 through their Sustainable Materials Recovery Program. The city may use Sustainable Materials Recovery Program grant funding to improve local recycling, composting, reuse, and household hazardous waste diversion programs. New to the program this year, grantees were encouraged to consider Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 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 Jason 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 efforts at the local and state levels to reduce solid waste, especially 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 Paul Donato. “Finding innovative solutions to fight 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 Kate Lipper-Garabedian. "I am confident 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 offers crucial funding for cities across the Commonwealth to support and encourage recycling, composting and waste reduction initiatives,” said Representative Steven 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 efforts to make Malden more environmentally responsible when it comes to waste reduction and recycling,” said Mayor Gary 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 significant progress.I encourage our lawmakers as well as MassDEP to keep this program at the top of their priority list." The SMRP has awarded more than $50 million in grants since the program’s creation in 2010.

Page 16 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 Your Hometown News Delivered! EVERETT ADVOCATE MALDEN ADVOCATE REVERE ADVOCATE SAUGUS ADVOCATE One year subscription to 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 Friends of Eddie Larson Trust Donation Recently, the Friends of Eddie Larson Trust made a generous donation to the New Hampshire State Police (Operation Santa Claus). Pictured from left to right are Sargent Scott Atherton of the New Hampshire State Police, Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, Kevin Larson of Malden (Ed’s brother) and New Hampshire State Police Colonel Nathan Noyes.

THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 Page 17 Malden opens applications for Arts Center Advisory Committee Advocate Staff Report M ayor Gary Christenson has announced the creation of the Malden Center for Arts and Culture Advisory Committee. The seven-member Committee will be a group of Malden residents that will, in partnership with the City of Malden, ensure that the redevelopment and future operations of the Malden Center for Arts and Culture remain consistent with the vision and values for the space established in the concept plan. The City is now soliciting applications from interested residents to serve on the Committee for a three-year term. Project background and progress: The City of Malden is working to redevelop the decommissioned Malden District Courthouse on Summer Street into the Malden Center for Arts and Culture. In May 2021, Mayor Christenson formed a Steering Committee led by Ward 3 Councillor Amanda Linehan and a diverse coalition of arts and cultural leaders and practitioners. The Steering Committee worked with Malden’s Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development, the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), the Boston Society for Architecture (BSA), UX Architecture Studio and Silverman Trykowski Associates to create a concept plan based on broad community input. The concept plan provides a roadmap for the redevelopment mittee will receive updates from the City and the Operator and make recommendations on design, fundraising and community outreach as needed. Committee members will be appointed by the Mayor and serve three-year terms. Who are we looking for? MalRendition of Malden Center for Arts & Culture, Exterior West at Night of the former Malden District Courthouse into an arts center to serve Malden residents and surrounding communities. The plan was finalized after a yearlong community engagement process that included a citywide survey of artist space needs, multiple focus groups with community groups and artists and an outdoor cultural festival. The Steering Committee adopted the following vision statement for the center: The Malden Center for Arts and Culture will be a memorable destination for performing and visual arts for Malden residents and visitors. The building will be a hub for creative practice and community engagement and create a warm and inviting atmosphere where everyone feels welcome. From Malden youth recording and producing music to arts working in digital media studios to theater and dance performance offerings, the space will be a dynamic center of creative activity in Malden. In addition to the community engagement work the Steering Committee led, the concept plan is also based on research into similar cultural centers and arts spaces. The Committee and the consultant partners have tried to find a model for how the building can meet community needs and desires for the space, while also generating enough revenue to sustain itself. The final concept plan is available to view on the project webpage: https://www.cityofmalden.org/915/Project-Updates. The City is currently working with the Commonwealth to finalize the acquisition after the Governor approved the sale of the property in August 2022. Reportedly, the acquisition will be completed in early 2023. Advisory committee role: The Committee will primarily be tasked with overseeing the Operator to make sure the Malden Center for Arts and Culture stays true to the vision and values set in the concept plan. The Operator will be selected through a competitive procurement process managed by the City. The Committee will serve as the selection committee and make recommendations to the City on which proposal best meets the criteria set forth in the Request for Proposals (RFP). The Operator, when selected, will be required to adhere to certain performance metrics, which will be reviewed by the Committee periodically. During the redevelopment phase of the project, the Comden artists and cultural leaders are encouraged to apply, especially those with knowledge of arts facilities and nonprofit operations. Youths, Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) community members and immigrants are especially encouraged to apply. The Committee will be reflective of Malden’s artistic and cultural diversity. Advisory Committee members must commit to attending quarterly meetings, which will most likely be held on weekday evenings. Please note: If you or an organization that you are affiliated with is planning to submit a proposal to be the Operator of the building, you should NOT apply to serve on the Advisory Committee. How to apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Senior Planner & Policy Manager Evan Spetrini at espetrini@ cityofmalden.org. In your cover letter, be sure to state why you would like to serve on the Committee and what expertise you would bring to the group. Applications will be accepted until January 5, 2023. Candidates will be interviewed as a part of the selection process. 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Page 18 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 avy eniiooravvy S iorn or avvyavy vvy io iori by Jim Miller Little Known PropertyTax Relief Programs Help Seniors Save Dear Savvy Senior, I recently learned about a property-tax relief program for seniors in the county where I live. Apparently, there are hundreds of these programs across the country that many retirees, like me, are eligible for but don’t know about. What can you tell me about this? Overtaxed Eddie Dear Eddie, Great question! Residential property-tax refund and credit programs exist in nearly every state, but unfortunately few people know about them. These programs can help retirees and many other Americans by reducing their property taxes. Here’s what you should know. Rising Property Taxes Property taxes are a major source of income for local governments, but while they help fund key public services, they can be a fi nancial drain for many homeowners, especially retirees, many of whom live on fi xed incomes. According to Attom Data Solutions, a property-data provider, the average American household payed $3,785 in property taxes in 2021, but this amount varies widely depending on your state’s tax rate and your home’s estimated value. For example, New Jersey residents paid $9,476 per year on average in 2021, while West Virginia residents paid $901. To help ease this tax burden, most states off er a number of property-tax relief programs. But states aren’t always proactive in letting people know. It’s up to you, the homeowner, to fi nd out what’s available in your county or city that you may be eligible for, and to apply. Relief Programs Property tax relief programs, sometimes called exemptions, release eligible homeowners from paying some or all of their property tax obligation. How long the exemption lasts can vary depending on where you live, and the reason you’re applying for the exemption. The tax-relief process varies by county, city or state. In general, you’ll have to meet certain eligibility requirements, submit an application and provide documents that support your request. Most programs will either reduce, waive or freeze property taxes for seniors, veterans, surviving spouses, disabled and low-income residents. But there are some counties that also off er basic homestead exemptions to homeowners regardless of age or income, and others that may provide exemptions to homeowners that have recently made energy-effi cient improvements to their home. Where to Look The best way to learn about local property-tax relief programs and their eligibility requirements is to visit your county, city or state website that collects your property tax. Most of these sites also provide applications and instructions, and will allow you to apply either online, by mail or at your local tax offi ce. Another good resource for locating programs in your area is the Lincoln Institute, which has a property-tax database that lets you to browse programs across the country. To access it go to ResidentialPropertyTaxReliefPrograms.org. AARP may also be able to help through their Property TaxAide service – see PTAconsumers.aarpfoundation.org. This free program, which is available in 13 states (Arizona, Colorado, Florida–Miami Dade County, Illinois-Cook County, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York and North Carolina) and the District of Columbia helps eligible homeowners and renters apply for relief. 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. Hearts, Hugs & Hope: An Alzheimer’s Support Group at Forestdale Park Senior Living D ecember 17, 2022, 5:00 pm, at Forestdale Park Assisted Living and Memory Care Community, 341 Forest Street, Malden. Our support group is now meeting in person at Forestdale Park! Dealing with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia isn't easy, so it is helpful to share your concerns and personal experiences with others who completely understand what you're going through. You will also learn about proven strategies to help you better care for your family member. This month we will watch a presentation by Diana Waugh on “How to Talk to Someone with Dementia” followed by discussion. Learn about the correlation between communication and behavior, and how to prevent or de-escalate challenging behaviors. RSVP to 781-333-8903 or reception@forestdalepark.com. Caregivers invited! Forestdale Park Senior Living is a project of the nonprofi t Volunteers of America Massachusetts, which has supported local seniors with specialized services for over 75 years. City presents ‘Celebrating Winter Wonders’ at Malden City Hall on Dec. 18 T he City of Malden and Malden Reads will be presenting “Celebrating Winter Wonders” at City Hall on Sunday, December 18, from 10:00 a.m.– noon. Many activities will be presented to families with children of preschool age through 9 years old. The Mayor and Community Representatives will read stories in Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish, Haitian Cre- LEGAL NOTICE - NOTICE OF ACTIVITY AND USE LIMITATION 129 COMMERCIAL STREET MALDEN, MASSACHUSETTS MASSDEP RELEASE TRACKING NUMBER 3-0362 A release of oil and/or hazardous materials has occurred at this location, which is a disposal site as Defined by M.G.L. c 21E, § 2 and the Massachusetts Contingency Plan, 310 CMR 40.0000. On December 1, 2022, Massachusetts Electric Company d/b/a National Grid recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds and with the Land Registration Office of the Middlesex South Registry District a NOTICE OF ACTIVITY AND USE LIMITATION on the disposal site, pursuant to 310 CMR 40.1070 THROUGH 40.1080. The NOTICE OF ACTIVITY AND USE LIMITATION will limit the following site activities and uses on the above property: ♦ Use of the Property as a residence, school (with the exception of adult education), recreational area, daycare or child care center, or nursery, or other uses of the Site that could result in a child’s ingestion of existing soils during high frequency or high intensity activities as defined by the MCP. ♦ The use of the Property for growing fruits or vegetables intended for human consumption other than in raised containers or beds isolated from the underlying soil. ♦ Any planned (non-emergency) activities and/or uses which involve excavation or disturbance of, or direct contact with the soil and groundwater, other than subsurface explorations for environmental assessment or geotechnical purposes, routine landscaping, or non-intrusive maintenance of pavement or hardscapes, unless such activities and/or uses are conducted in accordance with the MCP, a Health and Safety Plan, and a Soil Management Plan (SMP). ♦ Changes in future use or redevelopment of the property that involve the placement of future structures intended for continuous human occupancy without the evaluation of potential vapor intrusion scenarios by a Licensed Site Professional (LSP) and/ or the implementation of a vapor intrusion barrier and/or mitigation system under the oversight of an LSP. ♦ Relocation of soil currently located at depths of greater than 2 feet below existing ground surface or building slab elevations to shallower depths. Any person interested in obtaining additional information about the NOTICE OF ACTIVITY AND USE LIMITATION may contact Aaron Townsley, National Grid, 40 Sylvan Road, Waltham, Massachusetts, (781) 906-3985. The NOTICE OF ACTIVITY AND USE LIMITATION and the disposal site file can be viewed at the MassDEP website using Release Tracking Number (RTN) 3-0362 at https://eeaonline.eea.state.ma.us/portal#!/search/wastesite or at the MassDEP Northeast Regional Office, 150 Presidential Way, Woburn, MA, 01801, telephone number 978-694-3200. December 09, 2022 ole, French and English. Games and arts & crafts will be available, and Santa Claus will be giving each child a book. In addition, a Kwanzaa presentation will be available.

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Page 20 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 OBITUARIES Harriet Frances (Olsen) DiGiovanni Of Malden passed 1. On Dec. 9, 1960, the fi rst episode of “Coronation Street” – the longest running soap opera ever – was broadcast in the UK; why are soap operas called that? 2. What beverage company started using Santa Claus in advertising in 1931? 3. What happens when a shark loses its teeth? 4. How often does Santa check his list? 5. On Dec. 10, 1805, abolitionist publisher William Lloyd Garrison was born in what Essex County community? 6. What color bowtie does “The Cat in the Hat” wear? 7. In the first single on the 2022 FIFA World Cup official soundtrack – “Hayya Hayya (Better Together)” – what does the Arabic word “Hayya” mean? 8. What singer had a best-selling hit in 1953 with “Santa Baby”? 9. On Dec. 11, 1980, the Massachusetts Secretary of State banned the sale of what computer stock because its price was too high? 10. In the late 1920s, what baseball team was known as Murderers’ Row? 11. On Dec. 12, 1891, the fi rst game of what sport was played in Springfi eld, Mass.? 12. What author of the 1900 book “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” also wrote “The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus”? 13. December 13 is National Cocoa Day; what are the seeds in a cacao tree pod called? 14. In what country is Santa Claus called Babbo Natale? 15. What is the name of Germany’s traditional fruitcake? 16. In which two countries is Santa Claus called Père Noël? 17. On Dec. 14, 1994, construction began on the Three Gorges Dam on what river? 18. Reportedly, what is the world’s deadliest creature: mosquito, shark or tsetse fl y? 19. What country is the only one to host the FIFA World Cup and lose its opening match? 20. December 15 is Bill of Rights Day – when in 1791 how many constitutional amendments were ratifi ed? ANSWERS AAA Service • Lockouts Trespass Towing • Roadside Service Junk Car Removal 617-387-6877 26 Garvey St., Everett MDPU 28003 ICCMC 251976 away peacefully on November 28, 2022, at home surrounded by her loving family. She was 88 years old. Harriet was beloved by and devoted to her family and friends. Up until COVID, she was heavily involved with St. Joseph Parish of Malden as a member of the Women’s Club and Catholic Daughters, as a Eucharistic Minister and as a volunteer at the Rectory, she would workout at Mike’s Gym in Wakefi eld 3-4 times per week, and she volunteered for countless years with the Forestdale 4th of July Committee and as a voting poll worker. She also dedicated 55+ years to the Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of America serving as a Den Leader, Den Leader Coach, Treasurer, Pack Committee Chair, and most recently as the Chartered Organization Representative. Harriet was the beloved wife of 61 years to the late Henry DiGiovanni. She was the loving mother of Rick, Dean, Gary, and Peter DiGiovanni. Harriet was the cherished grandmother of Kirblylee, Guy, Sam, Hannah, and Heather. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews. A Funeral Mass was celebrated on Saturday, December 3, 2022, at St. Joseph Parish, Malden. Entombment followed at Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. There were visiting hours. Arrangements from the A. J. Spadafora Funeral Home, Malden. In lieu of fl owers, please make contributions in memory of Harriet DiGiovanSPORTS | FROM PAGE 14 going to keep me from playing next season.” Cine, 23, has been spotted on television clips, walking around inside the Vikings Stadium, barely two months after his potential life altering surgeries. Good luck, Lewis, and a speedy recovery!A college athlete extraordinaire. He could ni to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 or www.stjude.org. Susan Diane Burke Of Malden. Passed away November 27th 2022 at 61 years of age. She was the daughter of the late Robert and Diane (Hall) Burke. Beloved wife of 25 years, Angela Savini, devoted mother of Matthew Savini-Burke. Dear sister of Stacey Burke-Wilson and fi ancé Michael Pearlstein, brother Patrick Ingemi and his wife Tracy and her late brother Stephen Burke. She is survived by her nieces and nephews, Kit and Connor Wilson, Ohana and Kalani Turbak, her Aunts Margie Burke-Carmen, Nancy Hadley and Beverly Cummings as well as Sisters-in-Law Lisa Savini and husband Franklyn Turbak, Mary Kate Savini, and Agnes Savini and many other family members and friends. Susan grew up in Malden and attended college earning her bachelor’s degree at Salem State. Susan worked with both children at Kinder Care and autistic men at the Psychological Center. Most recently, Susan was employed as a crossing-guard for Melrose Public Schools, where she very much enjoyed interacting with the children. Susan loved cooking and entertaining for her family and friends. She also had a deep love for animals, wild or domestic, and she loved spending time at Swains Pond enjoying the wildlife. Her favorite vacation spot was Lake Chocorua, where she spent time with her family at the beautiful lake fi nding end up being one of the greatest comeback stories of the 2023 season in the NFL. **** Revere High Boys Basketball looking for breakout season this year after completing fi nal scrimmage Revere High Boys Basketball is looking for a big season this year great peace and happiness. Susan was a longtime friend of Bill W. Memorial Services were held at Winchester Unitarian Society 478 Main St. Winchester, MA on Saturday, December 3. Jane M. (McAleavey) Abbott Of Malden.A loving wife and mother, passed away on Friday, December 2nd, in Beverly. Jane was born in Cambridge in 1941, the daughter of Patrick and Sarah McAleavey. She was raised and educated in Cambridge, graduating from Cambridge Rindge and Latin with the Class of 1959. In 1963, Jane married her sweetheart, Donald Abbott, and the two settled down together in Somerville.They had also lived in Stoneham and Chelsea before settling down in Malden.They shared 48 years of marriage together until Donald's passing in 2011.Jane had worked for many years at Liberty Mutual, where she was a claims adjuster for the company, retiring 20 years ago. She is survived by her children, Diane M. Abbott of Salem, and David W. Abbott of Dracut, and her grandchildren, Bonnie Jean, Luke, and Ava. Jane was preceded in death by her husband Donald, her children, Bonnie J. Abbott and Donald Abbott, Jr., and her siblings, Hugh McAleavey, Patrick McAleavey, Edward McAleavey, Charlotte Burgess, Margaret Oleson, Edith Wood, and Eileen O’Malley. A celebration of Jane’s life will be held at a later date. after a busy off season and productive scrimmage action this preseason. The Patriots wrapped up the scrimmage work against Melrose at home on Wednesday, as head coach Dave Leary and staff put some fi nishing touches on the product. Revere also scrimmaged fellow Greater Boston Leaguer Chelsea in the Ron Bennett Jamboree at Lynn English and former Northeastern Conference (NEC) rival Winthrop. Revere Boys and Girls basketball will be two of the fi rst sports to kick off the full Winter Season slate next Tuesday, December 13 when the Patriots host GBL rival Everett at Revere High School at 6:00 p.m. The Revere Girls Basketball team is on the road that same night at 6:00 p.m. at Everett. Revere Boys Swimming splashes off the 2022-23 season on Wednesday, December 13 at Boston Latin Academy. 1. Some radio dramas were originally sponsored by soap manufacturers. 2. Coca-Cola 3. They grow back. 4. Twice 5. Newburyport 6. Red 7. Let’s go! 8. Eartha Kitt 9. Apple 10. The New York Yankees 11. Basketball 12. L. Frank Baum 13. Cocoa beans 14. Italy 15. Stollen 16. Belgium and France 17. Yangtze 18. Mosquito 19. Qatar 20. 10


Page 22 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, December 9, 2022 THE BOWERY PRESENTS ANNOUNCES SPRING 2023 OPENING OF THE STAGE AT SUFFOLK DOWNS 8500 Capacity Seasonal Outdoor Concert Venue to Open on Site of Historic East Boston Racetrack B oston, MA (DECEMBER 2022) – Following the opening of their newest venue, Roadrunner, The Bowery Presents – in partnership with The HYM Investment Group LLC (“HYM”) – announces plans to open a seasonal outdoor general admission concert venue at Suff olk Downs, the legendary East Boston racetrack. The Stage at Suff olk Downs, located in the infi eld of The Track at 525 William F McClellan Highway, will host up to 8,500 concert goers beginning spring 2023. “The Bowery Presents has always focused on creating and operating venues where both fans and artists alike can have a great experience. We are confident Suffolk Downs will join Roadrunner, The Sinclair and Royale as a beloved concert venue in Greater Boston, delivering on our commitment to keep the music fi rst,” said Josh Bhatti, Vice President and head of the Boston offi ce of The Bowery Presents, an AEG Presents Company. “The Bowery Presents is honored to have the opportunity to work alongside the HYM team to bring The Stage at Suff olk Downs to fruition.” The Stage at Suff olk Downs is not the track’s fi rst foray into live music: The Beatles were the fi rst band to perform there, playing to 25,000 screaming fans in 1966. Since then, legendary artists such as The Jackson 5, Radiohead and Bjork have also performed. With The Stage at Suff olk Downs, The Bowery Presents plans to honor the site’s musical legacy, while reinvigorating the space to bring an open-air summer concert experience to all. “Suffolk Downs has been thoughtfully designed as a place that brings people together and connects communities,” said Thomas N. O’Brien, Managing Partner and Chief Executive Offi cer of HYM. “We are thrilled to partner with The Bowery Presents who will help us continue to realize this vision as we bring the proud history of live music back through The Stage at Suff olk Downs.” The opening of The Stage at Suff olk Downs will expand The Bowery Presents’ owned and operated venues to three within the Boston area, joining the 3,500 capacity Roadrunner (which opened in Brighton in March 2022) and 525 capacity The Sinclair in Cambridge, (which just celebrated its 10th anniversary) alongside the Royale (exclusively booked by The Bowery Presents with 1,200 capacity), and the company’s hundreds of annual concert bookings in theaters and arenas in the region. The Bowery Presents is the leading concert promotion and venue management company in the Northeast with venues in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Maine. The Stage at Suffolk Downs’ opening lineup will be announced at a later date. 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