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Vol. 17, No. 49

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Friday, December 6, 2013

Hundreds brave cold to celebrate annual Parade of Holiday Traditions By Juhi Varma

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espite the freezing cold and uncooperative wind, hundreds of Maldonians turned out to watch the city’s tenth Annual Parade of Holiday Traditions. It kicked off at Salemwood School and made its way down a beautifully decorated Salem Street to Malden Square, where a stage had been set up. Spectators gathered in front of the Malden Public Library and Malden High School, cheering and waving. More than 30 Malden groups and organizations participated

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MHS Golden Tornado Senior Luven Fransole (#7) runs for extra yardage against the Medford High Mustangs during the annual Thanksgiving game last Thursday. (Advocate photo)

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FESTIVE TRADITIONS:

Pictured from left to right, are; Susan Blumenthal, wife of Ed Markey; Senator Ed Markey; Marie Lucey; outgoing Councillor Greg Lucey; Mayor Gary Christenson; and Councillor Craig Spadafora at the annual Parade of Holiday Traditions. (Advocate photo by Juhi Varma)


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City of Malden Holiday Tree Lighting

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lease join Mayor Gary Christenson and the Malden High School Madrigals for the lighting of this year’s Holiday Tree on Thursday, December 5th from 5:006:00 PM on City Hall Plaza, 200 Pleasant Street. This year’s tree was generously donated by water contractor GTA Co. The Mayor invites members of Malden’s Houses of Worship to bring a bit of their holiday cheer and traditions to the event by performing songs and making or bringing ornaments representing Malden’s diverse cultures. Please join us, listen to some holiday music and enjoy hot

chocolate compliments of Dunkin Donuts. Please email kmanninghall@cityofmalden.org by November 30th if your group wishes to participate at the Holiday Tree Lighting.

Volunteer effort key to Annual Bread of life Thanksgiving event

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read of Life held their annual ‘Don’t Be Alone on Thanksgiving’ meal at the Malden High School cafeteria Thursday afternoon. The food was donated by Malden residents, small businesses and sponsors including Anthony’s of Malden, Forestdale Community Church, Malden, Malden Lions Club, Marty’s Caterers, Stoneham, Mayor Gary Christenson of Malden and Knights of Columbus IC Council #13966. The food was

served by volunteers including several elected officials, including Senator Ed Markey and State Rep. Paul Brodeur, who also dropped in to help. “The Bread of Life does so much to help those less fortunate in our community,� said Mayor Gary Christenson. “This year’s Thanksgiving dinner had many volunteers helping out and giving their time to cook and serve dinners. It is always nice to see the community come together and make a difference for so many on this holiday.�

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SENATORIAL SERVICE:

US Senator Ed Markey is shown serving attendees at the annual Bread of Lifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Be Along on Thanksgivingâ&#x20AC;? Dinner at the Malden High School Cafeteria on Thanksgiving Day.

MHS CLASS OF â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;64 REUNION

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he Malden High School Class of 1964 will host its 50th reunion on Saturday, April 12, 2014, 6-11 P.M., at the Bedford Glen-Doubletree by Hilton

44 Middlesex Turnpike, Bedford, MA. For more information, contact Janis (Azoff ) Langille at (781)942-7952 or e-mail janismhs64@live. com.


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BOSTON BRUINS HOLIDAY TOY SHOPPING AND DELIVERY PRESENTED BY WYNN EVERETT

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OSTON â&#x20AC;&#x201C; On Tuesday, December 3, the entire Boston Bruins roster participated in the Boston Bruins annual Holiday Toy Shopping event presented by Wynn Everett; this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event took place at the Target in Everett on Tuesday, December 3 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Wynn Everett has also entered into a Multi-Year Community Partnership with the Boston Bruins. The toys purchased at the Holiday Toy Shopping event presented by Wynn Everett will be delivered to hospitals and charities around Boston and given as gifts to over 600 children who are unable to celebrate the holidays at home. Bruins Hall of Famer Ray Bourque started the holiday toy shopping and delivery tradition when he was captain, and the event has continued through the years. Bruins Alternate Captain Patrice Bergeron will spearhead the Bruins Toy Shopping and Delivery for the fourth year. The organizations receiving this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s toy donations include Boston Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospital, Floating Hospital for Chil-

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 Cheering on Bruins starsMalden Mayor Gary Christenson (left) and Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Jr. are shown with Boston Bruins stars Dennis Seidenberg (left) and Alternate Capt. David Krejci during the annual Boston Bruins annual Holiday Toy Shopping event presented by Wynn Everett at Target Store in Everett. The entire Bruins roster got together and shopped for toys that will be distributed by the players to hospitals and charities around Boston. (Advocate photo)

dren at Tufts Medical Center, MassGeneral Hospital for Children, Shriners Hospital for Children, Franciscan Hospital for Children, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Toys for Tots, and Housing Families.

Boston Yogurtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s First Community Donation to Malden Pop Warner

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oston Yogurt Malden located inside the Dockside Restaurant Take-Out area at 229 Centre Street is excited to announce its donation to Malden Pop Warner this season. Since opening in July 2013, Boston Yogurt held a raffle for a new bike with 100% of the proceeds to benefit the organization. Michelle Doucette, Marketing & Events Coordinator for the company notes, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Boston Yogurt would like to thank all of the guests & employees who purchased a raffle ticket to support this charitable initiative.â&#x20AC;? If your organization would like to be the next beneficiary of the Boston Yogurt bike raffle, please contact michelle@docksiderestaurants.com.

The toy delivery will take place on Friday, December 20, with further details to be announced at a later date. Storage and transportation of the toys will be provided by Gentle Giant.

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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE - Friday, December 6, 2013

Governor Patrick Honors 22 Law Enforcement Officers at 30th Annual Hanna Awards Three Malden Officers honored with Medal of Valor; One with Medal of Honor are: Meritorious Recognition Boston Police Department: Sergeant Edward T. Norton, Officer Elizabeth Philbin, Officer Mark S. Bordley, Officer Earl G. Jacob, Sergeant Thomas C. Brooks, Officer Pele A. James, Officer Jeol J. Resil,

BOSTON â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Governor Deval Patrick honored 22 officers from state and local police departments during the annual award ceremony named for Massachusetts State Trooper George L. Hanna.

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shot and killed in the line of duty on June 4, 2012. â&#x20AC;&#x153;These officers serve, save lives, protect and sometimes give their own lives in displays of extraordinary courage, bravery and service,â&#x20AC;? said Secretary of Public Safety and Security Andrea Cabral.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;We thank them and all officers for their leadership, professionalism, selflessness and commitment.â&#x20AC;? Trooper George L. Hanna had been a member of the State Police for nearly 10 years when, on the night of Feb. 26, 1983, he was fatally shot by three assailants after stopping a car in the town of Auburn.  Trooper Hanna left his wife Marilyn and three children. The Hanna Awards have become symbol of prestige within the law enforcement community and the Commonwealth. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s award winners

very day, in countless ways, we are reminded of the crucial role police officers play in keeping our neighborhoods safe,â&#x20AC;? said Governor Patrick. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And we never can forget the dangers they face, the sacrifices they and their families make, and the debt we owe to them. It is of great importance that we recognize todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s award recipients. They truly are the finest and the bravest.â&#x20AC;? The annual presentation of the Trooper George L. Hanna Memorial Awards for Bravery recognized 18 local officers and 4 state troopers who displayed heroism through a wide range of actions to keep our communities safe. Springfield police officer Kevin A. Ambrose was presented the Medal of Honor posthumously. Responding to a domestic dispute, Ambrose was

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ayor Gary Christenson, State Senator Katherine Clark and City officials joined the Mayorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Advisory Committee on Walkability to celebrate the installation of eight Wayfinding Signs in and around Malden Square. The signs are bordered with an original design by world-renown artist

squares are identified on the signs along with government and city buildings, schools, parks and recreation facilities. Additionally, each sign names various Malden sites and displays the number of minutes it takes to walk to that location with arrows pointing in the appropriate direction.

DPW Director Bob Knox, Mayor Gary Christenson, Senator Katherine Clark, Ann Hershfang, WalkBoston, and Sharon Santillo, Walkability Committee Chair. (Photo courtesy of Paul Hammersley)

Frank Stella, who was born in Malden. WalkBoston Board Member, Ann Hershfang, one of the five founding members of the first pedestrian advocacy group in the U.S. commended Walkability Chair, Sharon Santillo, and the Mayor for making Malden the first city ever to combine artwork with walkability. The Wayfinding Signs are designed to help pedestrians easily navigate the City and encourage a healthy lifestyle. The theme of the Wayfinding Sign program is â&#x20AC;&#x153;Connect the Squares.â&#x20AC;? Maldenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s different

The Walkability Committee is made up of Malden residents who have been advising the Mayor on making Malden more pedestrian friendly. The Mayor believes that improvements to Maldenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s walkability infrastructure will increase the quality of life for residents and support the economic vitality of the City. The Committee meets monthly and has made recommendations on better signage, crosswalk improvements and safety, and best practices aimed at increasing walkability across the City.

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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE - Friday, December 6, 2013

Shawn Thornton Named Mystic Valley AD The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School has hired Shawn Thornton as its new Athletic Director. Thornton took over the reins of Mystic Valley’s athletic program on December 1st he is replacing Marc Arria who left to take the Athletic Director’s position at Winchester High School.

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hornton has an extensive background in the local high school athletics scene. He is a Bridgewater State College graduate. He received his Masters from Northeastern University. He worked as Athletic Director and girls’ basketball coach at Saint Clement and Pope John. He has received many awards including: the Ted Damko Award in 2008; Girls Basketball Sportsmanship Award from the MIAA in 2011; District H Athletic Director of Year Award in 2013 and Girls Basketball Sportsmanship Award MIAA CAA - Certified Athletic Administrator in 2013. Additionally, in

2013 he earned his 100th victory as a Girls Basketball Head Coach “It is a privilege and honor to be part of a rich and prestigious school that has a great vision and I look forward working with the administration, coaches, parents, and of course, each and every student-athlete” said Thornton.

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Annual Home for the Holidays Street Hockey Tournament great success Maldenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second annual Home for the Holidays Street Hockey Tournament attracted more than 1,000 fans and 16 hockey teams. The event took place at the Linden Street Hockey Rink Saturday morning. Two hundred players laced up their skates, strapped on their hockey pads and hit the ice for a hockey match.

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for the second year in a row, defeating Judson Square 6-4 in the finals. Third place went to Ferryway; Crystal St. came in fourth, and in fifth place was Linden. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s proceeds will go to Malden/East Boston Youth Hockey. (Last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s beneficiary was the Malden Teen Enrichment Center.) â&#x20AC;&#x153;Donations and funds are still coming in, so a total tally is impossible to confirm but expectations are approximately $8,000â&#x20AC;&#x201C; $10,000,â&#x20AC;? Saia said. Santa Claus made his annual appearance, as well as the Boston Bruinsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; mascot â&#x20AC;&#x153;Blades,â&#x20AC;? who stayed for the whole day. City Councillors Barbara Murphy, Judi Bucci and Peg Crowe and DPW Director Bob Knox were also in atten-

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“Scenes from a brisk Thanksgiving morning”

Meet the MHS Golden Tornadoes Varsity Football Cheerleaders shown all bundled up at Hormel Stadium in Medford on a cold Thanksgiving morning.

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hree members of the Mystic Valley soccer team were recently named to the Commonwealth Athletic Conference All Star team. The players selected were all underclassmen: Sophomores Scott Nguyen and Michael Russo-Penta and junior Marouane Missbah. Head Coach Frank Cypriano was pleased to receive the news and commented on his young stars: “Mike Russo-Penta was our brick wall in net. He had 6 Shutouts as a sophomore which is very impressive. Almost as impressive were his full field punts which kept opponents at bay. Marouane Missbah was our wildcard all season. He started the season out wide then pushed into center mid and finally up top at striker. With all the position switches he still scored 8 goals for us. Scotty Nguyen was our most explosive player all season. He had 10

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MHS Football Cheerleader Olivia Bittle is all bundled-up on Thanksgiving morning at Hormel Stadium.

Mayor Gary Christenson, dressed in his cold weather gear, shows his Golden Tornado spirits at the annual Thanksgiving Day game against Malden and Medford high schools on Thanksgiving Day in Medford.


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Tornadoes golden on Thanksgiving; blank Mustangs 16-0 The Malden High Golden Tornadoes football team has had no problems handling long time nemesis Medford on Thanksgiving. In 2013 the game was tight throughout, but the Tornadoes blanked the Mustangs 16-0 in a windy, low-scoring affair.

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e set a goal every year to send our seniors out as winners, and we were able to achieve that goal again,” Malden Coach Joe Papagallo said. “We did not play our best football against Medford, but you have to give them a lot of credit. The Mustangs played hard and kept this Thanksgiving game close and competitive.” The Malden offense had no problems moving the ball: They accumulated over 400 yards of total offense. But the Tornadoes were held to just 16 points, because of three turnovers that happened in Medford territory. “Turnovers can nullify all the good you do on offense even if it’s a substantial amount,” Papagallo said. “We were fortunate our defense was so dominant…” Malden forced Medford to punt nine times, and that included the first drive to open the game. After the Mustangs punted, the Tornadoes orchestrated their lone scoring drive of the game, which was capped off by a Ray Sainristill 25-yard touchdown run. Malden missed the extra point and took an early 6-0 lead. Late in the second quarter, the Tornadoes were forced to punt and the special teams unit executed perfectly – Medford had to start their last drive of the half on their eightyard line. It was third down from the eight yard line, and Medford was trying to run out the clock and end the first half. Medford ran one more play, and Malden senior safety Jensen Ayuk put a huge hit on the Medford running back that dislodged the ball all the way back into the Mustangs’ end zone. The ball ended up being kick out of the back of the end zone for a safety. Malden took an 8-0 lead into halftime. Medford had their first possession of the second half midway through the third quarter and did not keep the ball long. On Medford’s third play of the drive, Ayuk intercepted the Medford quarterback and ran the ball back for a Tornado touchdown. Malden converted a two-point conversion to take a conformable 16-0 lead at the end of the third quarter. “Ayuk [had his] best performance of his career when it meant the most,” Papagallo said. “We had a very talented defensive back in Jhordy Mazo go down midway through the season, and Ayuk stepped into the starting lineup. On this Thanksgiving Ayuk wore Mazo’s number to represent his fallen teammate who could not play in this emotional game.” Malden had six players named to the

GBL all-star team: Sainristill, Matt Delaney, Keyshawn Bridgeman-Dicks, Anthony Boulay, Josh Bessey and Danley Exilhomme. Sainristill ended the 2013 season with another monster performance: He carried the ball 23 times for 167 yards. Boulay put on another impressive performance at linebacker; he recorded 12 tackles. Malden finished the season with an overall record of 5-6.

MHS Golden Tornado Senior Sameer Thompson-Massoom (#12) carries the ball against the Medford High Mustangs during last Thursday’s 16-0 Thanksgiving win. (Advocate photo)


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MATV’s Annual “Cans for the Community” Food Drive MAT V is pleased to announce the start of its Annual “Cans for the Community” food drive which will continue through December 20. Drop off non-perishable food items at Malden Access Television, 145 Pleasant Street, to benefit

the Bread of Life Food Pantry. Those who donate 5 items or more will receive a free membership to MATV (for new members only). MATV is open Monday - Thursday, 10am 9pm; Friday, 10am - 6pm; and Saturday, 10am - 2pm. Please

check the expiration date on all items before donating. Thank you for helping us serve our community.   Tape a Holiday Greeting at MATV! Time is running out! Be sure to reserve your spot to tape a greeting in MATV’s annual “Holiday Greetings from the Community!” The greetings will play on MATV throughout the holiday season. Plan to come on down to the MATV studios to sing a song, do a dance, perform a skit, or just spread a few words of holiday cheer. Individuals, organizations, community groups, and local businesses are all welcome. Call 781321-6400 to schedule an appointment, or email access@ matv.org. Remaining scheduled studio times are Mon-

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Malden’s elected officials on stage at the parade.

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in the parade. There were several beautifully decorated holiday floats. This year, outgoing Councillor-at-Large Greg Lucey served as Grand Marshal. Lucey is stepping aside after 12 years in public office. “I always enjoy this particular event, because it’s a way for residents, community groups and businesses to come together and celebrate the season,” said Mayor Gary Christenson. “It’s the hard work and dedication of many that has brought this tradition to its tenth year. This year, City Councillor Greg Lucey served as Grand Marshal and I can’t think of a more deserving person. I was also pleased that the 2013 parade was dedicated to Ellie Fitzpatrick for her tireless work in education. I want to thank Michael, Margie and Meghan Drummey for their extraordinary help in coordinating this fun-filled event for the past 10 years.” “The city of Malden … there is nothing else like it in the whole country,” said Senator Ed. Markey. “We are the perfect example of what America is, giving thanks for all our blessings and thanking God for all the blessings that have come down on us ... My wife Susan and I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving, a Happy Hanukkah, a Merry Christmas, and we thank all of you for coming out here …”

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Susan Blumenthal, wife of Ed Markey; Senator Ed. Markey; Marie Lucey; outgoing Councillor Greg Lucey; Mayor Gary Christenson; and Councillor Craig Spadafora at the annual Parade of Holiday Traditions.

City Council President Neal Anderson with daughter Kristy Magras and granddaughter Kendra Magras.

Outgoing Ward 8 Councillor Judi Bucci, Ward 2 Councillor Steve Ultrino and School Superintendent Dr. David DeRuosi.


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Parade of Traditions

Michael Drummey, Margie Drummey, Greg Lucey, Meghan Drummey, Mayor Christenson.

Councillor-at-Large David D’Arcangelo and Ward 6 Councillor Neil Kinnon

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he First Baptist Church of Malden is pleased to announce the landmark 70th Annual Christmas Carol Festival to be held on December 8, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. in the Church, 493 Main Street, Malden. This tradition began in 1943 as a way to gather the community together during the trying times of World War II. The original sponsor was the then Malden Clergy Association and at some point the sponsor became The Malden Council of Churches. When that Council disbanded, the sponsor became the First Baptist Church of Malden. This is an ecumenical event which includes singers from many Protestant and Roman Catholic Churches of Malden and surrounding communities. This year the Church

received a grant to purchase new music to be presented. The new music is in the tradition of carols from around the world including Ukraine, France, Great Britain, Germany and The United States. The program will include some carol singing by the audience. There is no admission charge. A free will offering will be received. The Festival will be directed by Richard Freeman, Choral Director at First Baptist and will be accompanied by Rosalind Mohnsen, Director of Music at The Immaculate Conception Church. ALL ARE WELCOME TO THIS CELEBRATION. The opportunity exists for participation in the program and If you would like additional information, please call the First Baptist Church 781 324-2745.

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