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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE
- Friday, March 17, 2017
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THE NORTH SHORE'S HOTTEST NIGHTCLUB!
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For Tickets call (978) 774-7270
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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
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THE NORTH SHORE'S ENTERTAINMENT HOT SPOT!
Wearin' of the Green Contest! $$
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Library employee celebrates
45 years of employment
M
ayor Gary Christenson joined Mal-
den Public Library Director Dora St.
Martin and Library staff to congratulate
a longtime employee, Marjorie Glennon,
on 45 years of outstanding service to the
Library. In 1972 Marge began working
for the Library as a student messenger in
the ConverseMemorial Building. She be-
came a full-time employee in 1978, and
is likely the only staff member to work
under former Directors Irving Cole and
Dina Malgeri as well as current Director
Dora St. Martin! The mayor presented
Marge with a citation in recognition of
her dedicating her entire career to pro-
viding quality customer service to all pa-
trons using the Library.
Shown, from left to right, are Rebecca Smith, Library Director Dora St. Martin, Monica Hatzis,
Laura Buckley, Mayor Gary Christenson, Marjorie Glennon, Jennifer Browning, Lily Mysona,
Wendy Kung, Stacy Holder (behindWendy), Jean Slavkosky and Derek Diggs.
Mayor Gary Christenson presents longtime Mal-
den Public Library employee Marge Glennon with
a citation.
andmy poor neighbor,”wrote one
woman, who also noted that res-
idents are fined when sidewalks
are not shoveled. She suggested
the DPW should pay any fines for
sidewalks that plows refilled with
snow and chunks of ice.
While Stella may have been the
last significant roar of winter, it’s
not the end. The 10-day forecast
is calling for freezing temperature
and snow showers this weekend.
Light snow and ice pellets are in-
cluded in the forecast for the end
of next week.
According to the DPW, the city
had already spent about $600,000
on snow and ice removal before
Stella swept in. It will take some
time to add up the cost of winter’s
final blasts and the effects of the
weather on the city budget.
WINTER
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