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Malden Honors its Veterans on Memorial Day
Memorial Day 2018 kicked off with a tribute by our students in honor of our Nation's
Veterans on Friday, May 25th at Malden High School. The ceremony included a selection
of patriotic songs and speeches. The event was led by Choral Arts Director Todd
Cole. Special this year was a contingent of Irish Veterans who are members of the
Irish United Nations Veterans Association (IUNVA) who came from Ireland to celebrate
Memorial Day in Malden. The IUNVA supports Irish Veterans who have risked their
lives in global peacekeeping efforts, worked to provide food and shelter to refugees
in countries ravaged by war, and aided in disasters and humanitarian missions.
On the morning of Saturday, May, 26th, Veterans Services Director Kevin Jarvis,
Mayor Gary Christenson, Senator Jason Lewis, State Representative Steve Ultrino
along with members of the City Council and School Committee participated in the
dedication of the CPL Ralph F. Kenty Memorial Square at Savin Street and Fellsmere
Road. Family members and friends gathered to honor CPL Kenty, a former Malden Assistant
City Clerk (1981-1987) who was injured when his helicopter was shot down in Vietnam.
He was the only survivor and made it back home but would later lose his leg and
suffer 53 surgical procedures during his lifetime. Ralph faithfully served his country
and his community and died at age 44 leaving two young daughters and his wife Claire
who died a year later. The girls were raised by their grandparents in Malden. His
daughters, Katie and Jessica spoke about their father and the veterans and true
friends who stepped in while they were growing up and became like family members.
On the cool and rainy morning of Memorial Day, Veterans Services Director Kevin
Jarvis, Mayor Gary Christenson, State Representative Steve Ultrino and members of
the City Council and School Committee turned out for the dedication of Joseph F.
Kinnon Memorial Square at Adams and
West Street. The ceremony was attended by many members of the Kinnon family,
friends and neighbors. Joseph F. Kinnon was born in Malden on September 22,
1917 and was one of seven brothers who served in the military during World War II.
On July 30, 1944, TEC5 Joseph F. Kinnon was killed in action in Normandy, France
while serving as a medic with the 117th Infantry Regiment, Medical Detachment with
the 30th Division, U.S. Army. Joseph F. Kinnon was one of 239 Malden veterans who
died in WWII.
The annual Memorial Day Parade lifted off at the corner of Salem, Ferry, and Main
Streets, and marched north on Main Street to Forest Dale Cemetery. The Irish United
Nations Veterans Association, Veterans groups, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, School Bands,
church groups and many others participated. The Ceremony at Forest Dale Cemetery
opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by the Scouts. IUNVA member Michael McMananin
sang the Irish National Anthem which was followed by Malden resident and College
of the Holy Cross Sophomore Julia Hall giving a moving rendition of the National
Anthem. This year's Grand Marshal was Arnold W. "Arnie" Hammersley, 86, a lifelong
resident of Malden who enlisted in the U.S. Air Force on January 2, 1951 during
the Korean War and was honorably discharged on December 22, 1954. Following his
military service, Mr. Hammersley joined the Malden Fire Department in 1964 and retired
with the rank of Captain in 1996. He has been married to his wife, Margaret "Midge"
for 61 years. They have three children, six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Mayor Gary Christenson and Veterans Services Director Kevin Jarvis presented the
United Nations Irish Veterans Association with a citation in honor of their great
work and a framed copy of May 27, 1776 document that contains the "Instructions
of the Inhabitants of Malden, Massachusetts to their Representatives in Congress."
As the parade wound its way back to the corner of Ferry, Salem and Main, there was
a brief pause as a wreath was laid at the WWI and WWII Memorials in honor of Malden
High School students who served in those wars. The Irish American Club hosted the
IUNVA and their families for a luncheon after the parade.

Today's Collision Presents Refurbished Vehicle to Deserving Veteran
Today's Collision Repair Center again participated in the National Auto Body Council's
Recycled Rides Program, in which a salvage vehicle that was donated by MetLife Insurance
was repaired and restored and presented to
a member of the Gold Star Family. Today's Collision Repair recently presented the
refurbished vehicle to deserving Veteran, U.S. Army National Guard Staff Sergeant
(SSG) Jayme Besse. More [http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001LuDxEXHjyNye6EL2wyNIYT5RCT61Ad_4oYCwil9ns7JQG0a7dCDYJBSqeDdLKhmlxILywM5LLL4AKj4J-ajXcDBsYh6CQXUm3hjWscGMEOtR2NKwJhzwifzQXTdYRSGpVlpW5LCIFsdSNnbJKg-95MB0xBswE1wjAhFh3v3YkUM2QD28tXg1oAEyzry5VeC2LnxIvFO8IDZXhKS0MBdfxIVeoL03NR_MR3Qx_fz353zVRGFZs_LtsEdrXkT2IZEiketxDO7E557g5jnYim2mwTAd9B7mu6X-fS7BXL6H6i8=&c=VqHwX4NeVlWY9XCL7g_a4ZrcgGPCNNDNZuUZWnsIz0SmiZME2wGzTw==&ch=lB0YFW6ouklY6aZipNLeMAYNOujC8L8saFnUkArR2TvvuvH0eoly6Q==]

Solider Presents American Flag from Afghanistan to Mayor
United States Army Reservist Kien Luong recently returned from a tour of duty with
Special Operations Task Force Afghanistan. This was Kien's third tour of duty. A
Firefighter with the Malden Fire Department since April of 2013, Kien was deployed
as a Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge
of Advance Trauma Life Support (NCOIC) on a Forward Surgical Team. He presented
an American Flag to Mayor Christenson and explained that it had been carried by
a member of Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha 0215 on combat operations
in support of a mission in Afghanistan. The Flag will be on display in the Mayor's

Mixx 360 Donates to WWI Memorial
At the beginning of the May 8th World War I Committee meeting, Anthony Decotis,
owner of Mixx 360 and Town Line Luxury Lanes presented the Committee with a $10,000
check toward the refurbishment of the WWI Memorial. "Anthony and his family are
always willing to help and make a difference in our community," said Mayor Gary
Christenson. "They continuously go above and beyond in their generosity to our residents
and our City."
The City is working to ensure that this project will be completed by November 11,
2018 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Veterans Day, the official end of WWI.
To further aid in the support of these efforts, residents may "Adopt a Veteran"
for $25 by sending a check to the "CITY OF MALDEN" with "WWI MONUMENTS" noted in
the memo section and mailed to Kevin Jarvis, Director of Veterans Services, 110
Pleasant Street, 3rd Floor, Malden, MA 02148. For further information, please call
Veterans Services at 781-397-7139.

Malden Sports
NEC Scholar Athlete Banquet
Mackenzie Furlong and Patrick Pereira attended the NEC Scholar Athlete Banquet.
They were Chosen to represent Malden High School as Male and Female Athletes of
the Year. Mackenzie will be attending Merrimack College in the fall and Patrick
Pereira will be attending NYU.

Tornado Boys LAX and Volleyball Both qualify for States!
The Varsity Tornado boys Lacrosse team under Coach Smith and Coach Copithorne earned
their 9th victory and first ever State Boys Lacrosse Tournament berth with a victory
over Salem High School.
Coach Jurkowski's Boys Volleyball Team (9-5) is State Tournament Bound for the first
Both teams are qualifying for the MIAA State Tournament for first time in Malden
High School history.

City of Malden Recreation Department Summer Programs
School is almost out and the Malden Recreation Department has some great programs
to keep the kids active and busy while having lots of fun! There are a variety of
activities offered and registration is officially open. There's plenty of affordable
fun to be had that both entertains and educates. Sign up today and keep your children
busy until the school bell rings again. To see a full list of programs click here

Malden Pop Warner Football and Cheerleading Registration Now Open for 2018
Eligible athletes are children ages 5-15 as of July 31st who live in Malden, Medford,
Melrose, Stoneham, or go to school within Malden limits.
Season starts August 1st, 2018. Registration and more information is available at
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Great Happenings in our Schools!
Generation Citizen Classes 2018
Superintendent of Schools John Oteri and Mayor Gary Christenson visited Ms. Rebecca
Corcoran's History class at Malden High School to learn about her students'
Generation Citizen Project. Also attending were Malden's Communications Director
Ron Cochran and Human Services Director Karen Hayes. Generation Citizen is a nationally-recognized
organization whose goal is to empower young people through the education system.
The students' Project has been to explore ways to help residents of various cultures
navigate their way to vital services and assistance despite potential language barriers.
Malden is home to the most culturally diverse public high school in Massachusetts
and in the top 10 nationally in that category, with an estimated 70 native languages
spoken. Ron Cochran, who manages the City's website, explained how the entire website
is accessible in a variety of languages including Arabic, Chinese, Haitian Creole,
Portuguese and Spanish. Additionally, flyers and other materials are made available
in multiple languages and the City offers translation services for residents seeking
municipal services.
Superintendent Oteri explained that Malden Public Schools follow an accessible path
as most handouts and messages sent district-wide to parents are also available in
different languages and uses a professional translation service to assist parents
when needed. The Mayor and Superintendent took questions from the class and heard
students' opinions on the City's translation initiatives and suggested adjustments.
Several great points were raised including ways that parents may improve their command
of English through classes or other means. The Superintendent noted that his staff
has already initiated English classes for parents of Malden Public School students
this year through the Title One program and that there has been a great response.
Mayor Christenson praised the class for their work on the Generation Citizen project
and encouraged them to continue to use City and school officials as a resource in
pursuing their project goals in the future.
Senior Internships Exhibit
The Malden High School Senior Internship Exhibit, organized by Beth Horowitz, is
a yearly event that officially ends the seniors' internship requirements. Student
interns are required to complete a project detailing their internship duties, responsibilities
and what they learned from the experience. Students also have to write a paper describing
their experiences. Seniors interned in a variety of places including area businesses,
in the K-8 Schools and City Hall offices.

Longtime Malden Barber Retires
Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended a farewell reception in honor of Anthony
"Tony" Cammarata, who turns 90 this summer, for providing exceptional barber service
as the owner of Tony's Barber Shop for more than 55 years. A staple in the community
located at 380 Salem Street, Tony's great customer service extended beyond the
shop as he often travelled to the homes of his longtime customers who were unable
to come to him due to age or health issues. Family and friends celebrated and honored
Tony's lifelong career on the very day he turned the keys over to the new owner,
coincidentally another Tony!

Malden Overcoming Addiction Holds Second Annual Fundraiser
Nearly 300 people turned out to support the ongoing efforts of Malden Overcoming
Addiction (MOA) at their second annual #TogetherWeCan Comedy Night to raise money
to support recovery programs and initiatives for individuals battling the disease
of addiction. For more information about the important work that MOA does in the
community, please visit www.maldenovercomingaddiction.com. [http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001LuDxEXHjyNye6EL2wyNIYT5RCT61Ad_4oYCwil9ns7JQG0a7dCDYJBSqeDdLKhmlDHfwwMROPOGlsZ07Tiw1BiyIv7HztUuVvmYaeoY3WwEIYqr909x7W2YugckPxGjwLnb8QN66VIlOZseLGKCedAkrgAQ9VoHU0l5t_G7KHbtQ1vJbHZX1YqRdgu-T5E2h3qi9dRRmMqY=&c=VqHwX4NeVlWY9XCL7g_a4ZrcgGPCNNDNZuUZWnsIz0SmiZME2wGzTw==&ch=lB0YFW6ouklY6aZipNLeMAYNOujC8L8saFnUkArR2TvvuvH0eoly6Q==]

CHA and Students Celebrate National Public Health Week
In celebration of this year's National Public Health Week, Cambridge Health Alliance's
(CHA) Department of Community Health Improvement worked with local communities to
read a health themed book to students. This year, CHA and Mayor Christenson visited
with Mrs. Israelson's first grade class at the Ferryway School to read Charlotte
and the Quiet Place, by Deborah Sosin, a book that focuses on mindfulness and how
we all should seek quiet in our daily adventures.

Class of 2018
During this graduation season, we want to take the time to honor Malden's graduating
seniors from Malden Catholic High School, Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational
High School, Malden High School, and Mystic Valley Regional Charter School.
Congratulations to Malden Catholic's Class of 2018 that graduated on May 19th, Northeast
Metro Tech that graduated June 1st, and Malden High School that graduated June 3rd.
Lastly congratulations to the seniors participating in the Mystic Valley commencement
ceremony that will be held Friday, June 8th at 6PM - 576 Eastern Ave. Malden, MA.

Upcoming Events
Discover the Philippines!
Support and learn more about Filipino customs and culture at the Second Annual Filipino
Festival, at Malden YMCA, 99 Dartmouth Street. There will be food, dancing, and
fun! Admission is free, the festival will go from 4:30 to 7:30 PM on Saturday, June
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Summer Concert Series 2018
The Malden Summer Concert Series returns this year starting in July. This year's
concerts will be held at the Malden High School courtyard on Salem Street from
6 - 8PM.

* July 10th - Brothers Walk Band
* July 17th - Brewin Brass Band
* July 24th - Jimmy Allen Band
* July 31st - Bucket of Blues
* August 7th - Vintage Vibe
* August 14th - Reminisants

Malden's Promise Coalition List of Summer Opportunities for Malden Families
Malden's Promise provides the City, schools and the community organizations of Malden
with a supportive network to communicate, collaborate, share resources and provide
opportunities for youth. With that in mind, they have assembled a list of affordable
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in and around Malden.

City of Malden Live - June 2018
Mayor Gary Christenson will hold the fourth "City of Malden Live" meeting on Thursday,
June 21st from 6-8 PM at Malden City Hall,17 Pleasant Street on the fourth floor.The
meeting will simultaneously be shown on Facebook Live on the City of Malden official
Facebook Page [http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001LuDxEXHjyNye6EL2wyNIYT5RCT61Ad_4oYCwil9ns7JQG0a7dCDYJEko5MbMWJ23GFJgekzjLprs0uU7NmRmeJDuRlQ3LgmQd-Q5n4XWR_niAL7VTD4D7EN8_vKPCCerQwIi3ztN1cKpPFpZbxc_aU6lq_FRuJ_mvTyzKzZ_ij8oA7tpcFizlaPP3cPWlUVH&c=VqHwX4NeVlWY9XCL7g_a4ZrcgGPCNNDNZuUZWnsIz0SmiZME2wGzTw==&ch=lB0YFW6ouklY6aZipNLeMAYNOujC8L8saFnUkArR2TvvuvH0eoly6Q==]
where residents may watch and ask questions of City officials.
These meetings will be held quarterly and officials from various departments will
be represented at the meeting to address residents' questions or concerns. Those
unable to attend the event either in person or online may submit their questions
ahead of time by emailing info@cityofmalden.org or messaging us on our Facebook

Monet's Magic: Learn Pastels with Gregory Maichack
On Thursday, June 14th from 6-8PM the Malden Public Library invites you to learn
the art of pastels in this hands-on workshop. The workshop is a two-hour event
that enables sheer beginners to advanced adults, teens 18+ to experience creating
a pastel painting while offering interesting and entertaining historical information
about Monet's life and painting techniques. All materials supplied. Sponsored by
the Malden Cultural Council and the Friends of the Malden Public Library. Call
781-324-0218 to sign up. Registration is required and space is limited.

Recent Grand Openings
Flaming Grill & Buffet
Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended the Grand Opening of Flaming Grill & Buffet
located at 52 Broadway in Malden. Boasting over 250 items on the menu, Flaming Grill
& Buffet features Japanese, Chinese and American foods. Owners Hua Yang and Hong
Lin are particularly excited about the newly installed hibachi bar where customers
may select their own fresh ingredients and have them cooked while they watch. The
restaurant offers a great array of fish, shell fish, sushi, meats, and vegetarian
dishes. Friends from Chinatown performed the traditional Lion Dance to bring good
luck and fortune to the new restaurant. For more information, including hours of
operation, please call 781-202-8808.

The Island Caribbean Cuisine and Drinks
A ribbon cutting ceremony was recently held at The Island Caribbean Cuisine and
Drinks, a family owned and operated restaurant with a full bar that specializes
on the unique tastes of foods of the Caribbean Islands through authentic cooking
and beverages. The grand opening event was attended by Mayor Gary Christenson,
City Councillor Ryan O'Malley and family and friends. Located at 118 Ferry Street
at the site of the former Ferry Street Food and Drink, Owner and Chief Operating
Officer Chantal Quessa (also a Malden resident) anticipates creating employment
opportunities for 12 individuals.
Ms. Quessa brings a wealth of health care management, cooking, and customer service
experience to the new restaurant where she hopes they will be known for their food
as well as fabulous customer service. For more information, including hours of
operation, please call 781-605-2212 or visit www.theislandmalden.com.

Fouad Market
Fouad Market recently held a grand opening at their new location at 42 Broadway.
The shop features Middle Eastern goods and halal meats and offers premium customer
service. Owner Fouad Fakhiri came to the United States from Morocco in 1989 when
he was 18 years old. He obtained a job as a cook at the airport and worked his
way up to becoming the Director of Operations in the food department. Having gained
knowledge about the successful operation of a business, Fouad has reached his goal
of opening his own modern halal market that is all-inclusive, with only the freshest
and most healthy meats. He hopes to educate the community about halal foods and
Middle Eastern culture and welcomes all to this store. For more information please
call 781-600-8482 or visit www.fouadmarket.com.

Darrna Restaurant offering Mediterranean cuisine recently opened its doors at 12
Pleasant Street in Malden. The casual eatery features delicious Middle Eastern
favorites and Owner Ahmad Karageh welcomes the community to stop in for lunch or
dinner. For more information, please call 781-605-1863 or visit www.darrnarestaurant.com/

Neighborhood Street Sweeping Notification
Street sweeping has begun and will continue through November 1st. For information
on your streets' street sweeping schedule and important points to remember please
visit www.cityofmalden.org/streetsweeping [http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001LuDxEXHjyNye6EL2wyNIYT5RCT61Ad_4oYCwil9ns7JQG0a7dCDYJHho1QP09NPYAcq4mpR9Bpfdu3WGzU-tXNr-ylkKtu3eVDPHqDbBurjsGRJMZ5-0sHsxh-jf8S3f6xk_8Cw5KGRTzGZlKK6pffNHXnaiEj22ZhS9QeHOkgcERGsA-k6Ox_1tRP--Oof-8MAMlDlBjbU=&c=VqHwX4NeVlWY9XCL7g_a4ZrcgGPCNNDNZuUZWnsIz0SmiZME2wGzTw==&ch=lB0YFW6ouklY6aZipNLeMAYNOujC8L8saFnUkArR2TvvuvH0eoly6Q==]
to enter your address and choose how you want us to remind you about your sweeping
day. Options include; email, phone, text and Twitter. You can also print a personalized
calendar or import the calendar into most calendar programs.
For additional information, contact the Department of Public Works at 781-397-7160.

MBTA Customer Opinion Panel
The MBTA would like to know more about your experiences riding the MBTA so that
they can better serve you. Their customer opinion panel gathers ongoing feedback
from customers so they can understand how well they're doing and how to prioritize
improvements. Surveys are sent approximately every 3 months, with a chance to win
a Monthly LinkPass each survey period. To learn more click here [http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001LuDxEXHjyNye6EL2wyNIYT5RCT61Ad_4oYCwil9ns7JQG0a7dCDYJO02TCtR3MoXaOPxyuOjjXaHoyNhEUXEQ3mB507meIUPKP3O8407_Nr9TEZKYBIXOzrxZqutYRdRShwc4X7K3G5EtINqe565HyGHVESR0qcxr-pWVjmmPH0KLD0epYyWooZtLhl38Fy48cMrK4psEEE=&c=VqHwX4NeVlWY9XCL7g_a4ZrcgGPCNNDNZuUZWnsIz0SmiZME2wGzTw==&ch=lB0YFW6ouklY6aZipNLeMAYNOujC8L8saFnUkArR2TvvuvH0eoly6Q==].

Malden Community Hub
Malden Community Hub is a resource provided by the City of Malden to allow community
members to post events, causes, fundraisers, activities, sports, etc. You must submit
your event at least 2 weeks in advance to ensure that it will be published in time
for promoting the event. To fill out the form click here [http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001LuDxEXHjyNye6EL2wyNIYT5RCT61Ad_4oYCwil9ns7JQG0a7dCDYJFBDp-AbF79LR7zxdv4aR3YhSlbwlw4yc0PCrkf2uyppKc54W29IGuNnErUX8ZC6HlLBXYDXEBH41YP92f5Ilgiy7pNcCymhrVHzXi0g0SFwzRF7xwFybSHw8Vv52Wrg6IDPoe0x1-lPi4rC6Oij5G7VtGpuRiqmSEg8MxX95UkX&c=VqHwX4NeVlWY9XCL7g_a4ZrcgGPCNNDNZuUZWnsIz0SmiZME2wGzTw==&ch=lB0YFW6ouklY6aZipNLeMAYNOujC8L8saFnUkArR2TvvuvH0eoly6Q==].
After approval we will place your message on our Malden Community Hub Facebook page
located here [http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001LuDxEXHjyNye6EL2wyNIYT5RCT61Ad_4oYCwil9ns7JQG0a7dCDYJOG58Vl_1n2ONU8zRAeoqtYfhcuWroyX9sq94mMbXYHjs1wriRokFZWUvC-0CPuPA6WAkciKCT_bWfowZpS7CCYDxwFNUJ4HT7Snr99vCyfccKNW7YpcL8fqpUMxt9p14iXPWYrbHGw0wg1i449phSQ=&c=VqHwX4NeVlWY9XCL7g_a4ZrcgGPCNNDNZuUZWnsIz0SmiZME2wGzTw==&ch=lB0YFW6ouklY6aZipNLeMAYNOujC8L8saFnUkArR2TvvuvH0eoly6Q==].

SeeClickFix Ticket Spotlight
Periodically, we like to highlight certain issues that were resolved using our resident
issue reporting system known as SeeClickFix.
See click fix now offers a category dedicated to reporting any issues related to
Malden's Bike Share Program. You can choose "Bikeshare - Green Limebike" or "Bikeshare
- Orange Spin Bikes." You are not required to be an existing Bike Share customer
to report any issues you find. Simply choose one of these categories and requests
are routed directly to those vendors to take action.
In a recent ticket, Ticket #4449916 a resident reported that there were bikes blocking
the sidewalk. By using see click fix the resident was able to report the issue directly
to the Limebike support team, Limebike support was able to efficiently reposition
the bikes. If you haven't done so already, please sign up or download the mobile
app here [http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001LuDxEXHjyNye6EL2wyNIYT5RCT61Ad_4oYCwil9ns7JQG0a7dCDYJKQDJd8nPVu0_nj2Gwr2MKOEoT42MuO8JSuNZgPeOu_J5DOXLVW7fJg_REPnNofD3Jx-RxEgEJHRItdRRLmB9GJwyQHPTmoasF2eg1ciEypV3YupbYMRAfRk5wZ_Hib08ItGXDYHsEst1lNoiu5Yn_YCKGVa-aTCovaOo2MKfT7-UGIUa5o4wMw=&c=VqHwX4NeVlWY9XCL7g_a4ZrcgGPCNNDNZuUZWnsIz0SmiZME2wGzTw==&ch=lB0YFW6ouklY6aZipNLeMAYNOujC8L8saFnUkArR2TvvuvH0eoly6Q==]
so you can start reporting issues here [http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001LuDxEXHjyNye6EL2wyNIYT5RCT61Ad_4oYCwil9ns7JQG0a7dCDYJKQDJd8nPVu0Vu-2vdIq99UUVid_8DdXZi9aYW7C62riYVFLBQSxBPXYs7HzA7Imap1-hFS_-PudQI8qYtJGGEVz1oDFag75y1y0LOzfGS-smvKdzwEJX77KMznrq5_1hDuUSVqB5qtp&c=VqHwX4NeVlWY9XCL7g_a4ZrcgGPCNNDNZuUZWnsIz0SmiZME2wGzTw==&ch=lB0YFW6ouklY6aZipNLeMAYNOujC8L8saFnUkArR2TvvuvH0eoly6Q==].

Malden Events
Board Game Night for Adults
Wednesday, June 13th
Malden Public Library
Facebook Live
Thursday, June 21st
Malden City Hall
17 Pleasant Street
Pinoy Reading Buddies
Saturday, June 23rd
Roosevelt Park at Salemwood Field
529 Salem Street
Booker Prize Book Discussion Group
Wednesday, June 27th
7PM - 8PM
Malden Public Library

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