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We cherish our heritage – Converse, Olmsted, Malden hospital, nations of the world.

We renew our commitment –  to protect the land on hospital hill in the city we cherish and to preserve it for all people.

We honor the land on top and below the hill with the world’s cultures.

We know our public parks are the “lungs” of our cities.

Come with me and imagine –

Imagine an award-winning park, representing what Malden-Medford want to say about themselves.

Stand on hospital hill and celebrate its preservation.

Climb the lookout and marvel at the grand view.

Experience and nurture a healthy breathing space in a congested urban world.

Connect with nature trails, gardens, beautiful young and stately old trees.

Watch youth enjoying impromptu Frisbee, volleyball and other games.

Listen to the strains of live music from many cultures.

Hear the laughter of children playing in a park they helped design.

Visit a much-used community building for non-profits, performances and celebrations.

See the flags of 50+ nations flying over those who have gathered to use their park.

Help protect this place that is so special.

Envision a healthy sustainable community park for generations to come –

A jewel on hospital hill – Fellsmere Community Park

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by Joy Pearson

 

 

Revere-Malden co-op hockey team splits games

The Revere Patriots started the week 1-1 thanks to a tough loss to Ashland and a huge blowout victory over O’Bryant on Tuesday. That said, coach Joe Ciccarello is focused on the mistakes his team made in their 3-1 loss to Ashland on Monday.

“To be honest, O’Bryant was very inexperienced,” Ciccarello said. “It was Monday that we didn’t play well. We didn’t play with emotion or energy. When we don’t have emotion or energy, we are not a good hockey team.”

Cam Marzza had the Patriots’ lone goal. Ashland struck first and Revere-Malden tied it in the second. Ashland scored twice in the third.

Jim Pandolfo, Sebastian Bolivar, Mike Goroshko, Rick Brianna, Chris Anderson and Robert Stoica all had goals against O’Bryant.

“We played mostly the third and fourth lines,” Ciccarello said. “It was good to get other guys who haven’t had much ice time a chance to play.”

Revere-Malden has over a week until their next game, which is next Saturday against Gloucester. Ciccarello plans to use the extended period of time for harder practices, though the team does have a scrimmage against Pembroke at Fenway on Wednesday.

“I’ve called it hell week,” Ciccarello said. “We’re going to get in the best shape possible. January is busy – we have eight games, so we’re going to fine-tune some things and work on our conditioning.”

   

Golden Tornado Boys’ basketball team ousts Woburn

The Malden High School boys’ basketball team started the season with three consecutive wins, with another coming on Tuesday night at home against Woburn. The Golden Tornadoes defeated Woburn, 59-38, with a number of their main offensive threats playing a huge role in the wind.

Bernard Taylor led Malden in scoring with 14 points, though Nate Ilebode had a double-double after recording 13 points and 10 rebounds. Lionel Walker was also key off the bench, hitting a three in the fourth quarter to help Malden maintain their momentum.

“Nate played very well,” Malden coach Don Nally said. “He was very active and though he missed some shots early on, he worked hard for his rebounds. He has a presence on the court and a great work ethic … Bernard has also been just very good He’s silky smooth and has a great shot. He lights it up.”

Malden had a 25-23 lead at the half, but managed to outpace Woburn in the third quarter.

“I’m happy with the performance even though it was tighter than we would have wanted at the beginning,” said Nally. “We played terrible in the first half but came back in the second. I’m happy with our defense; we played tough man-to-man.”

   

You never know who will be there

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The Malden Public Library’s 19th Annual Triple Threat Trivia Fundraiser will be at Anthony’s of Malden on Thursday, January 26, 2017. Cost is $360 for a table of ten, and includes dinner, three rounds of trivia, and more! Call the Library at 781-324-0218 for more information.

 

   

Lady Tornadoes basketball team drops to 1-2

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The Malden High School girls’ basketball team’s holiday season hasn’t been particularly cheerful on the court, with recent losses to both Melrose and Saugus. But Golden Tornadoes coach Scott Marino has found some positives in their last two losses.

“We were a little nervous, it was an away game against Melrose,” Marino said. “We had decent performances out of a few of the girls, but we struggled to put it together as a group … Credit Melrose, though, they did a lot of things right.”

McKenzie Furlong helped lead the offense, going to the basket fearlessly throughout the game, while Rima Kerany was a force off the bench. “You always learn something new from a loss and something new about a player,” Marino said. “Rima was great when she came in, and we discovered that we have to run a majority of our offense through Furling. She’s very solid.”

   

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