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Korean War veteran returns to Everett High School

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The Everett High School community was proud to welcome home one of its former students earlier this month, as Don Medbery visited the school and shared stories and memories with staff and administrators.

Medbery, who grew up on Malden Street, did not receive his Everett High School diploma because he enlisted in the United States Air Force and served in Korea as a crew chief. That will change in May of 2018, when he will be presented his diploma as part of the district’s annual Memorial Day program.

Medbery received his GED while serving his country, and he has enjoyed a successful career in business. He currently lives in Dover, N.H.

“I was overwhelmed by the reception I received,” Medbery said. “And I was amazed at how beautiful the new high school is. I very much look forward to returning to my high school for the Memorial Day program.”

 

Councillor Matewsky hosts annual summer BBQ

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Hundreds of supporters joined Councillor-at-Large Wayne Matewsky at his home recently to kick off his campaign and enjoy the annual summer BBQ. Matewsky has been honored to serve Everett for over 37 years, pledged his continued commitment to seniors, families and neighborhoods, and is looking forward to Primary Day, September 19.


   

Mayor announces Director of Organizational Assessment position

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As Mayor Carlo DeMaria looks forward to another four years as Chief Executive, he has announced a newly created position of Director of Organizational Assessment. The director will be responsible for creating job performance standards for employees throughout the City of Everett as part of the Mayor’s organizational assessment process. These measures will ensure the most efficient and effective service to Everett residents.

The measures will include goals and objectives of departments as well as employees’ performance measures to reach those goals. As with any organization, employee assessment is critical to employee performance and to achieving the most productive work environment.

Mayor DeMaria stated, “One of the reasons why Everett has been named one of the top places to live in Massachusetts is because we have a great team; however, we must always be improving the quality and efficiency of service to our residents. The Director of Organizational Assessment will help us do just that. It will also allow our employees to do their jobs in the most efficient and effective manner.”

The Director of Organizational Assessment will work under the direction of the Chief of Staff and requires a Master’s degree in human resources, public administration or other relevant discipline. Five years’ experience in a Massachusetts municipal setting in a supervisory capacity is required.

For more information or to apply, please contact Human Resources Director Michael Vetrano at 617-394-0230 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

   

City of Everett National Night Out

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Everett residents from across the city walked the streets of Everett with police cfficers and city officials Tuesday night for the City’s National Night Out. Participants gathered at the Rec. Center for food and music.


   

MAYOR DEMARIA AND COA WELCOME OVER 500 SENIORS TO ANNUAL SUMMER BBQ

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On Wednesday, July 27th Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Council on Aging welcomed over 500 seniors to the Connolly Center for the Mayor’s Annual Senior Summer BBQ. At the BBQ attendees enjoyed typical BBQ fair, prepared and served by city employees and were entertained by Vinyl Groove. Mayor DeMaria stated, “The senior BBQ was a huge success and I would like to thank all those who attended as well as the volunteers for helping keep the community such a vibrant place to live for people of all ages.”


   

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