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THE LYNNFIELD ADVOCATE
– Friday, March 17, 2017
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TUBES - $3.00
PREMIER or GAMBLER
HOURS
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8am - 5pm
Tues. & Sat.
8am - 2pm
Closed
Sunday
Featuring:
* Full
Service
Tobacconist
* Cigar
Accessories
* Pipes
Out of this world selections, down to earth prices
- Family owned and operated since 1980 -
428 Main St., Malden
(781) 321-3593
Unbeatable Prices on Pipe & Cigarette Tobacco!
CIGARETTE TOBACCO
PIPE TOBACCO
The Good Stuff
$17.95
Lb. / $7.95 6 Oz.
Dark Horse
$14.90
1 Lb. / $5.99 6 Oz.
Tin Star
$10.95
8 Oz. / $4.50 3 Oz.
Premier
$31.95
Lg. / $16.95 Sm.
Largest Selection of the Finest Brands of Cigars &
Tobacco Products!
St. Patrick’s Day Party
Fundraiser
Featuring
Heavey-Quinn
Academy of
Irish Step
ARE YOU FEELING LUCKY? JOIN US FOR
·
APPETIZERS
·
DESSERTS
·
RAFFLES
DOOR PRIZES
·
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To purchase Tickets please contact:
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Kristine Marengi –
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Andrea Murphy –
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Please Note:
Tickets may also be purchased at the door
Proceeds to benefit the LHS Junior Class
Post Prom Committee
Friday, March 17th
Wakefield Lodge of Elks - 7-11 pm
$20 per person
THE NORTH SHORE'S HOTTEST NIGHTCLUB!
dine
drink
gather
enjoy
221 Newbury Street, Danvers
For Tickets call (978) 774-7270
or www.breakawaydanvers.com
IN THE MUSIC HALL
Friday, March 17 - 9 PM
DIEZEL
IN THE MUSIC HALL
Saturday, March 18 PM
THE GROOVE
In The Tavern
Musical BINGO - 7 PM
In The Tavern
KARAOKE W/ KIMBA - 9 PM
Every Tuesday: Open Mic hosted by Brian Maes
Wednesday, March 22
CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT
In The Tavern
Every Wednesday
COUNTRY LINE DANCINGWITHMICHELLE JACKSON
THE NORTH SHORE'S ENTERTAINMENT HOT SPOT!
Wearin' of the Green Contest! $$
Center Farm sold to Lynnfield family
By Melanie Higgins
C
enter Farm will soon be un-
der new management. Dur-
ing themeeting of the Board of
Selectmen last Monday night,
officials designated lifelong
Lynnfielders Steven and Kelly
Migliero as new owners of the
567 Main St. property.
The board unanimously vot-
ed to award the property to
the Miglieros for a sale price
of $935,000. According to the
board, the Miglieros were the
only bidders, although numer-
ous people in town had ex-
pressed interest in purchasing
the property.
Steven and Kelly are the par-
ents of four children in town.
Steven was born in town and
went to Lynnfield
HighSchool. Heand
his family moved
back to Lynnfield
around six years
ago.
“This is a win-win
for Lynnfield,”Board
of Selectman Chair-
man Phi l Craw-
ford said, who de-
scribed the buyers
as a “great family.”
“I couldn’t be happier that
they want to help fix it up, and
restore it back to its architectur-
al significance,” Crawford con-
tinued.
According to Crawford, the
proposal still needs togobefore
the Lynnfield Historical Com-
mission for approval. Once that
process is complet-
ed, the sale can be fi-
nalized.
Center Farm is a
historic property that
was built in 1785. The
town purchased it
in 2014 for $1.4 mil-
lion in light of con-
cerns that it would
be bought and de-
stroyed by develop-
ers. Since it was pur-
chased by the town, it has un-
dergone a lengthy bureaucrat-
ic process that included nego-
tiationswith theMassachusetts
Historical Commission on how
to best preserve its features
while maintaining its salability.
The Miglieros could not be
reached for comment.
Chili Chowder
Challenge in Melrose
to benefit veterans
on March 18
C
omeenjoywhat has become
a popular event in our com-
munity – the Chili Chowder
Challenge IV.
This event will take place on
Saturday, March 18 from 11
a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Nor-
man Prince V.F.W. Post #1506,
which is located at 428 Main
St. in Melrose.
Withadonationof $10.00per
person, youwill enjoy different
chili recipes, chowders, mac ‘n’
cheese, and maybe a surprise
or two! Some eateries will be
there with a favorite of theirs,
many local groups and orga-
nizations, perhaps a local pol-
itician or two, and a group of
young people from the mid-
dle/high school.
Come experience an enjoy-
able couple of hourswithgood
food, lots of socializing and ca-
maraderie, while also support-
ing a very worthwhile cause.
This is a special sort of FUNd-
raiser benefiting local Desert
Storm veterans who will make
up this year’s trip to Washing-
ton, D.C.
Mark your calendars and
come down to the Prince VFW
Post on Saturday, March18 and
experience a great time for a
great cause!
Lynnfield Democratic Town Committee selects delegates
for 2017 Mass. Democratic Convention
A
t its recent caucus, the Lyn-
nfield Democratic Town
Committee selected delegates
and alternates for the 2017
Massachusetts Democratic
Convention, where Democrats
from across the state will gath-
er to adopt a new party plat-
form. The convention allows
Democrats the opportunity
to come together to discuss
shared values. The convention
will be held Saturday, June 3,
2017, at the Tsongas Arena,
which is located at 300 Mar-
tin Luther King Jr Way in Low-
ell, Mass.
Elected Lynnfield delegates
are Bob Casoli, Diane Court-
ney, Martha Dwyer, Jim Fox
andMalkaTravaglini. Chairman
MarkMcDonough is an ex-offi-
ciodelegate. Elected alternates
are Sally Hamblen, Darlene Ku-
mar, SueMcDonough and Sara
Teague.
The next meeting of the Lyn-
nfield Democratic Town Com-
mittee is April 19 at the Merritt
Center, MarketStreet. For fur-
ther information please check
the LynnfieldDemocraticTown
Committee page on Facebook.
Steven Migliero