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Grand Opening of Café de Lulu

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Mayor Gary Christenson recently celebrated the Grand Opening of Café de Lulu, a new take out restaurant located at 64 Summer Street. Owner and Malden resident Sui Ling Lam brings more than 40 years of ownership and operational experience to Café de Lulu. She first brought the flair and authenticity of Hong Kong style cooking to Chinatown in Boston and then to the Royal Dragon in Lawrence and the China Mama in Woburn. The owners have invested nearly $180,000 to improve the façade and interior creating an open and friendly style dining experience. Cuisine consists of authentic Hong Kong style dishes using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients. For more information, please call 781-605-2805. Shown, from left to right, are Chamber of Commerce Board President Patty Kelly of Housing Families, Mayor Gary Christenson, Co-owner Steve Lam, and Chamber of Commerce Board Clerk Darlene Joyce of Century Bank.

 

 

Lion’s Club swears-in new member

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Shown, from left to right, are Deborah Wayne, Amanda Goggin and Andrew Porter. The Lion’s Club of Malden had the privilege of inducting Amanda Goggin into its membership. Amanda was sworn in by District Governor Andrew Porter, from the Holliston Lion’s chapter. Amanda is looking forward to actively growing our club and promoting its values. If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a Lion, please contact Deborah Wayne at 781-321-3222.

 

   

Ferryway School Student Wins Easter Seals Award

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Ferryway School is very proud of third grade student Jacob Fuentes for being awarded the Easter Seals 2017 Richard A. LaPierre Pioneer Award! The award is named for former Easter Seals Massachusetts President & CEO Richard A. LaPierre who was a strong advocate for disability rights. This award is given each year to a young person in Massachusetts who best demonstrates that pioneering spirit by breaking down barriers. Jacob, who has a form of Spina bifida has overcome many obstacles. Jacob’s primary form of mobility is his wheelchair and with adjustments to the wheelchair and much practice Jacob has become more independent and can move through the school and play with his peers during recess and gym. Through determination and hard work during physical therapy sessions Jacob has learned to be much more independent and refuses to allow his disability to prevent him from participating in activities.

Ferryway Principal Michael Ciampa contacted Easter Seals and recommended Jacob for this honor. Mayor Gary Christenson was on hand as Paul Mederios, Massachusetts CEO of Easter Seals presented Jacob with his award with his family and classmates present.

 

   

Malden Reads Opening Celebration is February 23

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Come celebrate reading and community! The Malden Reads Opening Celebration will be held in the lovely Converse Memorial Building of the Malden Public Library on Thursday, February 23 from 6:30–8:30 p.m.

Pick up the first printed copies of the 2017 Calendar of Events, meet new folks and mingle with your friends and neighbors. Enjoy a variety of refreshments from local establishments in the Maccario Room, visit themed exhibit tables from cultural and community groups in the Lower Gallery, explore the beautiful art displayed in the Carr Gallery and be inspired by a short presentation in the Ryder Gallery (offered in three seatings).

Admission is free but donations are welcome. This event is recommended for adults and supervised young people, ages 12 and up. For more information about Malden Reads, visit maldenreads.org. The best way to stay in touch with the program is by joining our email list. Send a request to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

   

Council welcomes Anne D’Urso-Rose

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With great enthusiasm, the Malden City Council welcomes Anne D’Urso-Rose, Associate Director of MATV and co-facilitator of Malden Reads, as she presents the 2017 book selection, “A Man Called Ove.” Now in its seventh year, Malden Reads seeks to promote reading and build community through inviting Malden residents to read and engage in the same book and participate in a series of events related to the book’s themes. Malden Reads is organized by community groups, city leaders and residents – in collaboration with the Malden Public Library and MATV, Malden’s Media Center. The program’s goals are to encourage reading, to promote the library and other city resources and to build community. D’Urso-Rose, as well as Malden Reads co-founder Jodie Zalk, brings experience and leadership to this all-volunteer community jewel in Malden. Pictured are members of the Malden Reads Board and members of the Malden City Council.

 

   

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