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For  the 5th time that the Malden High School Choral Arts Society was invited to perform on the Grand Staircase at the State House. Mayor Christenson, Secretary of State Galvin, State Representative Fallon, Principal Brown, Choral Arts Director Cole and School Committee members Iovino and Froio attended this festive event.

Jean Jose opens Malden’s newest restaurant and bakery with a Caribbean theme at 188 Salem Street. The restaurant features authentic Haitian cuisine, tropical soft drinks and serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and baked goods.

Councillor-At-Large Debbie DeMaria, Project Malden and Community Outreach Manager Karen Hayes worked with Jay’s Ice Cream and SHORE Educational Collaborative to assist in making a happier holiday for several Malden families. Jay’s donated freshly cut trees with ornaments and lights and SHORE personnel delivered a special gift for under each tree.

The LUVA Hair & Day Spa’s has created an art gallery featuring the works of Malden artists Ed Porzio and Bonnie Blanchard. Mr. Porzio’s oil paintings have an interpretive and abstract style using bold color, and a light, playful theme. Ms. Blanchard, from the Window Arts Program, creates whimsical fascinators. The Gallery will be on display for six months and the public is welcome.

Polar Express on track as Mayor Christenson joins children for his annual reading of “The Polar Express” at the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church. The children presented the Mayor with a framed “round-trip ticket” on the Express for his continued participation in the annual event. “I very much enjoy reading this timeless story which for me promotes the spirit of the holiday season,” said Mayor Christenson.

Mayor Gary Christenson recently wished longtime Malden resident Marie Teresa Nania a very happy 100th birthday at her Ward 6 home. When the Mayor asked Ms. Nania what her secret was for such a long and healthy life, she responded that “hard work” has kept her busy and young at heart.

Malden High School, Malden Catholic and the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School each painted a mural on the back side of Murphy’s building at 20 Waite Court along the Bike Path.Malden Catholic High School won  first place and a $1,000 with a Comic Book theme about Yankee Pest Control.

The 5th annual fundraising concert performance by “Children for Children” was held at the Dexter Street home of the Kruckenberg Family. It featured talented local children who sang, recited poems and played the harp, ukulele, violin, and cello. More than 20 children participated and $1,522.93 was raised for “Care for Life.”

Mayor Christenson attended the Haitian American Pastor’s Association Inaugural Ceremony. The revival ceremony at the Holiness Church of God in Medford welcomed a new association of leaders.

Angel Baseball Giants and members of the community received exciting news from "The BASE" founder and President Robert Lewis, Jr.  who announced that Angel Baseball players will be receiving as much as $1 million dollars in scholarship funding.

Mayor Gary Christenson and Chief Kevin Molis participated in this month’s Haitian American Radio Show “The Way of Salvation” with Radio Program Director Abia Pierre of the Philadelphie Church.  The show broadcasts locally on station 104.1 FM and can be accessed online at www.phili.org.

Mayor Christenson welcomea Malden leaders of the Al Majd Cultural Society. The non-profit organization serves the Moroccan and Muslim communities and is dedicated to supporting both cultural and national heritage. The group organizes special events and educational programs to help Moroccan immigrants to overcome cultural and language barriers.

Milestone for City Hall volunteer Rosemary Farrell on her, very happy, 70th Birthday. Rosemary has been offering her time and assistance to the Mayor’s office since 2012 and is also active in Ward 7, assisting Councillor Anderson with his many community activities.

Crowds of excited spectators lined the route and cheered participants as they marched in Malden’s 11th Annual Parade of Holiday Traditions. High school bands, community groups, school floats, dancers, musicians, the Shriners, Santa Claus and more braved the cold temperatures for the festive event.

Malden's 3rd Annual Home for the Holidays Charity Street Hockey Tournament was held at Linden Park. It was started as a way to bring together past and present residents for a beloved past time - street hockey.

The Malden Historical Commission Preservation Awards were bestowed to honor outstanding achievements in historic preservation of homes by five residents on Corey Road.

Mayor Gary Christenson joined Medford Mayor Mike McGlynn for the 7th Annual Malden-Medford Thanksgiving Football game luncheon hosted by John Brewer’s Tavern. Owner Bill Honeycutt has been hosting this traditional pre-game feast for the players, coaches and cheerleaders of Malden Golden Tornados and the Medford Mustangs every year since 2008

Robert DeSalvio, President of Wynn Resorts presents Mayor Gary Christenson with a $1,000,000 check in accordance with the Surrounding Community Agreement executed in October, 2013. The payment represents the initial upfront payment towards public safety funding.

Malden Recreation Department holds 3 on 3 Competitive Basketball Tournament sponsored by Cambridge Health Alliance in partnership with the Malden Police. The two-game elimination was 12 teams - grades 5-8 and 12 teams - 9-12.

A Memorial Service was held to honor Lynn Police Officer Gary L. Twyman, who was tragically killed in October 1995. Patrolman Twyman was a lifelong Malden resident and a nine year veteran of the Lynn Police Department.

Salemwood School Asst Principal Abdel Sepulveda partnered with the South Sudanese Family Enrichment Saturday Bridges Program. This program offers an education enrichment curriculum with activities  that encourage a family approach to learning.

The Boston Christmas Festival hosted its annual Gingerbread House Competition to benefit Housing Families Inc., a Malden based non profit dedicated to ending family homelessness in Massachusetts. Boston area chefs created elegant gingerbread houses.

The First Grilled Cheese Throwdown, sponsored by Stockpot Malden, was held at The Triangle Café on Pearl Street. Food Truck entrepreneurs Roxy’s Grilled Cheese and Munch Mobile Kitchen competed to concoct the most delectable and gooey grilled cheese sandwich.

Bike to the Sea and the David A. DeMaria Foundation dedicated the first Bench on Bike Path to honor David DeMaria. Councillor DeMaria spoke about David, a  graduate of Malden Catholic and of Suffolk University. As a star athlete, David had a lasting impact on his community, friends and family and the bench serves as a deserving tribute to his memory.

Mayor Christenson visited Malden Access TV’s annual Haunted Studio in costume on Halloween. Children ages 12 and under were treated to MATV’s Halloween decked-out studio complete with scary creatures, ghosts and goblins!  All were invited to walk through a very haunted graveyard that included a few tricks and all enjoyed Halloween treats!

Last Friday the Mayor held his “outdoor office” hours in front of City Hall. To add a level of excitement, the Malden Fire Department debuted a brand new Ladder Truck. Residents and their children could climb up on for a real close look.

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.

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Grand Opening of Cha Shu Bubble Tea
Mayor Gary Christenson welcomes Cha Shu Bubble Tea to 62 Summer Street with a ribbon cutting. Cha Shu serves coffee, bubble tea, light sandwiches and pastries and has a breakfast menu consisting of bagels, breakfast sandwiches, and French toast.…
J&R Restaurant and Bakery offers Authentic Caribbean Fare
Jean Jose opens Malden’s newest restaurant and bakery with a Caribbean theme at 188 Salem Street. The restaurant features authentic Haitian cuisine, tropical soft drinks and serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and baked goods.…
Malden Saves Energy in Pursuit of $45,000 Award
The City of Malden is one of a few cities eligible for an Award from National Grid and could win $45,000. Schools, faith organizations, community groups, volunteers and City employees in Malden are working together to help secure the award. …
And the Winner Is…
Malden High Schools Collaborate with Yankee Pest Control in Mural Contest. Mayor Gary Christenson joined Proprietor of Yankee Pest Control, Galvin Murphy to announce the winner of the Art Mural Contest which transformed the back side of Murphy’s …
Ten Thousand Villages Shopping Day to Benefit Housing Families Inc.
Looking for a way to complete your holiday shopping and benefit two great charities at the same time? Housing Families is proud to be the recipient of a Shopping Benefit Day hosted by Ten Thousand Villages 252 Washington St. Boston on Sat 13th…
Angel Baseball - Expectations are Giant
The Angel Baseball Giants and members of the Malden community received exciting news from "The BASE" founder and President Robert Lewis, Jr. Mr. Lewis announced that Angel Baseball players will be receiving as much as $1 million dollars in scholarsh…
One More Yard Waste Pick-up in 2014
The Mayor has added an additional week of yard waste pick-up during the week of December 15-19 in order to assist residents with late fall yard waste. Yard waste must be placed curbside…
Holiday Season begins with a Parade and Christmas Tree Lighting
Malden’s 11th Annual Parade of Holiday Traditions was held to crowds of excited spectators lined the route and cheered parade participants as they marched from Maplewood Square, along Main Street and ending at the reviewing stand at the Malden Teen…
Historical Commission Preservation Awards
As has been tradition in the City for many years, the Malden Historical Commission held their 2014 Preservation Awards Ceremony at City Hall in the Mayor’s office foyer. The Preservation awards are bestowed to honor outstanding achievements…
Wynn Delivers!
Three weeks after Massachusetts voters rejected the effort to repeal the state’s 2011 casino law, Robert DeSalvio, President of Wynn Resorts presented Mayor Gary Christenson and members of the City Council with a $1,000,000 check…
Enrichment Program Makes a Difference
For the second year in a row, Salemwood School Assistant Principal Abdel Sepulveda partnered with the South Sudanese Family Enrichment Saturday Bridges Program. The grant funded program works in partnership with the Malden Public Schools and is run…
Gingerbread House Competition
The Boston Christmas Festival hosted its annual Gingerbread House Competition to benefit Housing Families Inc., a Malden based non profit dedicated to ending family homelessness in Massachusetts.…
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