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Our Knights of Columbus Council Post 105 celebrate their 120th year anniversary! In Oct, 1894, the Charter of Santa Maria Council #105 was established in Malden to serve people in need, the Catholic Church and the community.

The annual Diwali Festival is India’s biggest and most important holidays and is celebrated at the time of the fall harvest. This event was hosted by Malden Bhakta Vrinda and held at the High School.

The Knights of Columbus Council #13966 held their Annual Pancake Breakfast to benefit Housing Families. The event was held at the Immaculate Conception Church. Mayor Christenson and many attendees enjoyed a great breakfast, raffles and a visit from a friendly scarecrow!

Mayor Christenson, American Legion Post #69 members Arthur Kahn and Larry Clark honored Honey Dew Donuts for many years of their continued generosity. Honey Dew Donuts has donated coffee and donuts that Legion officers, veterans, clergy and elected officials enjoy at the memorial service for the Veteran’s Day parade.

As part of Zonta International’s call for action campaign, known as Zonta says NO - a program to end violence against women and girls, the Zonta Club of Malden collaborated with Malden Teen Enrichment Center youth to organize a walk and memorial service to promote awareness and work to eliminate domestic violence.

This year’s 3rd Annual Comedy Night was a sold-out show at the Malden Moose with over 300 attendee’s, including chamber member businesses, residents and 90 graduates of Malden High’s Class of 1982 raising monet for Hallmark Health’s Comprehensive Breast Center.

Malden High graduates Private First Class Marines Philip West and Andolph Joseph enlisted upon graduation and returned this past week to visit Malden High School students in their full dress uniforms. The Marines have just completed 13 weeks of basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island

Malden welcomes 17 Chinese graduate students from UMass Boston as part of a new graduate cohort model in leadership. The group is currently learning management topics: employee evaluation, contract negotiations, and building a culture of collaboration.

Nedlam  - MHS Mascot turned 55. The lovable lion, is “Malden” spelled backwards and has been bringing sopirit to the Golden Tornados.

Malden will receive a $136,000 Parkland Acquisitions and Renovations for Communities grant to fund new benches, tables, trees, an inclusive play structure, new swing structure and relocation of a wall climber at Coytemore Lea Park located at 94 Mountain Avenue. The new play structures will be fully accessible to children with disabilities and allow all children to play together in a fun, enriching environment.

Cambridge Health Alliance recently celebrated the opening of their newly established corporate offices at 350 Main Street, Malden. Cambridge Health Alliance  offers a variety of medical services and partner with the Malden Health Department to improve the health of Malden residents.

For the second year, former resident Kurt Edwardson donated $5,000 to the Teen Enrichment Center on behalf of his church, the Independent Church of the Free Spirit in Lexington. Kurt continues to look for ways for his church to help the youth of his hometown and where he still bowls on Wednesday nights.

A delegation of 13 highly motivated business entrepreneurs from the China Entrepreneur Club in China visit Malden. In partnership with the Chinese Culture Connection and The Business Coalition, an informational session on investment in the United States was hosted at Malden Public Library’s Ryder and Carr Gallery.

Buddy and Ida-Mae Klasner are honored forty 40 years of marriage and the renewal of their wedding vows. The Longtime Malden residents were presented with a citation on behalf of the City of Malden in recognition of the milestone. The secret to a long and happy marriage; “no fighting.”

22nd Annual Bread of Life Walk for Bread began at Pine Banks Park with hundreds showing up for the yearly walk/run event which benefits the local non-profit that feeds and supports those in need.

 

 

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Walk to Promote Awareness of Domestic Violence
As part of Zonta International’s call for action campaign, known as Zonta says NO - a program to end violence against women and girls, the Zonta Club of Malden collaborated with Malden Teen Enrichment Center youth to organize a walk…
Malden Chamber raises $6,600 for Comprehensive Breast Center
This year’s 3rd Annual Comedy Night was a sold-out show at the Malden Moose with over 300 attendee’s, including chamber member businesses, residents and 90 graduates of Malden High’s Class of 1982.…
Marines Return from Basic Training
Mayor Christenson welcomed Class of 2014 Malden High School graduates Private First Class Marines Philip West and Andolph Joseph. The young men enlisted in the Marine Corps upon graduation and were in Malden this past week visiting Malden High School…
New Senior Transportation Program
Mayor Gary Christenson discussed a new senior transportation program at last week’s monthly Senior Community Meeting held at the Senior Center. As he’s traveled throughout the City meeting with seniors each month one of the regular requests is for …
UMass Chinese Graduate Students Welcomed
City of Malden and Malden Public Schools welcomed 17 Chinese graduate students from UMass Boston on Friday, October 17th. The visitors, part of a new graduate cohort model in leadership at UMass Boston, are students of Superintendent David DeRuosi…
Nedlam turns 55!
Mayor Gary Christenson joined elected and school officials to celebrate the Malden High School Alumni Association’s Homecoming and MHS Mascot Nedlam’s 55th birthday! Nedlam, the lovable lion, is “Malden” spelled backwards and has been bringing the …
Grant for Universally Accessible Playground
Councillor James Nestor, Mayor Gary Christenson, Medford Mayor Mike McGlynn, Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria, State Senator Jason Lewis and State Representative Paul Donato welcomed Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Maeve …
Housing Families Gift Drive
Housing Families (HFI) is hosting its annual holiday gift drive to benefit homeless families and at at-risk children experiencing the strain of extreme financial difficulties. HFI is gratefully accepting new, unwrapped gifts and gift cards to be dist…
Cambridge Health Alliance Moves Offices to 350 Main Street
Cambridge Health Alliance recently celebrated the opening of their newly established corporate offices at 350 Main Street, Malden. Cambridge Health Alliance, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital with several locations in the Boston area has a …
Malden Welcomes Business Entrepreneurs
Mayor Gary Christenson along with State and Federal officials recently welcomed a delegation of 13 highly motivated business entrepreneurs from the China Entrepreneur Club (CEC) in China to the City of Malden. …
Flu Shots
The Board of Health annual flu vaccine schedule. Clinics are open to all residents regardless of insurance status with no charges or copayments. If insured, please bring all insurance cards at the time of the clinic: Tues, Sept 30 9:00-11:00AM 630..…
Senior Safety Panel Advises on the Latest Scams
Mayor Gary Christenson and Senior Center Director Silvia Banos welcomed City officials and elderly service organizations who joined forces to hold a Safety Panel for the benefit of area seniors. Representatives of the Malden Police Department, Fire…
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