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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE
- Friday, March 17, 2017
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PUBLIC SKATING SCHEDULE
12-6 P.M. $7.50
CLOSED
Private Parties
3-6:30 P.M. $5.00
Private Parties
3-11 P.M. $7.50
Admission after 6 p.m. $8.50
12-11 P.M. $7.50
Admission after 6 p.m. $8.50
Inline Skate Rentals $3 - additional Roller skate rentals included in all prices.
Group rates for summer camps - Call Ahead: 781-233-9507
Birthday & Private Parties Available
Located Adjacent to Rite Aid Pharmacy
in Saugus Plaza, South Bound Route 1
MBTA Bus Route 429
BIRTHDAY
PARTIES
$11.50/Person,
min. of 10 kids.
Price includes Adm. +
Roller Skates. Cake, soda,
paper goods, 20 tokens for
birthday person plus 100
Redemption Party
held Tickets
Monday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Tuesday
Wednesday
gift from Roller
World. in one of
our private BP
Rooms for 1/2hour.
and a
TUBES - $3.00
PREMIER or GAMBLER
HOURS
M-T-F
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!
Stewarts Pub
Everett’s only
IRISH PUB
140 Jefferson Ave., Everett
LET’S CELEBRATE
St. Patrick’s Day
Celebrations
March 17
March 18
DJ Leon 8pm - Close
11am - 1am
Serving Corned Beef Dinners
& Sandwiches ALL DAY
KEEP THE
PARTY GOING
trict. The Harvard Gradu-
ate School of Education is
also lending a hand through
its Reimagining Integra-
tion: Diverse and Equitable
Schools, or RIDES project,
which works to promote di-
versity in local schools.
On the City Hall side, the
Human Resources Depart-
ment is planning cultural
competency and awareness
training for all city employees,
and thenewly formedMayor’s
Task Force on Racial Harmo-
ny is developing its own set
of goals and strategies.
Thebroader, long-termgoal
of increasing diversity among
the city’s appointedandelect-
ed officials has also been
highlighted repeatedly. The
issue has been brought up at
both the Community ’N Uni-
tymeetings and the recent fo-
rums hosted by consultants
working on the city’s building
moratorium study.
Two Candidate Bootcamps,
whichwere sponsored by the
Massachusetts Senior Action
Council, were held in Mal-
den over the past couple of
months. The meetings were
organized to help anyone in-
terested in running for local
office understand the respon-
sibilities of different positions
and thenuts andbolts of cam-
paigning.
CLASSROOMS
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Mystic Valley History students
advance to State Finals
O
n March 4, Mystic Val-
ley sophomores par-
ticipated at the district-
level National History Day
(NHD) competition. Mal-
den residents Grace Dias
and Joshua Cram will be
moving on to the state
competition next month
with a second place show-
ingwith their documenta-
ry about AnitaHill. Ameera
Omar received an honor-
able mention for her doc-
umentary titled “Galileo’s
Stand Against Tradition,”
and JakeWilliams and Ste-
ven Nguyen also received
an honorable mention for
their group performance
titled“KKK: Defunding the
Rights as Americans.”Their
honorablementionsmake
them eligible for the state
competition if one of the
qualifying groups from
other schools is unable to
attend.
Joshua Cram and Grace Dias, both of Malden