Malden and Everett residents rang in the New Year at Anthony’s of Malden during last Friday’s Everett Council on Aging’s New Year’s Eve party. Normally, city officials attend, but they didn’t due to the COVID-19 surge.
Anthony’s of Malden co-owner Albert Spadafora fills the champagne tub.
Party attendees toast 2022.
Everett resident Ruth Gianasoli fills her champagne glass.
Pictured from left to right: Melrose resident Doreen Colegrove, Revere resident Brenda Salton, Rockland resident Deborah Rosier and Revere resident Ann Young.
WEARING PARTY HATS: Everett resident Hazel Fuller and Malden residents Gloria Banyacski, Elvira Lacham and Carole Savinsky.
Pictured during last Friday’s New Year’s Eve Council on Aging party at Anthony’s Of Malden: At top: Everett Council on Aging member Patricia Connors and Council on Aging Vice President Carol DelloRusso; seated, pictured from left to right: Malden residents Paula Greene, Janet Spindler, Theresa Angelo and Barbara Thomann.
Malden couple Marvin “Skip” Dulong and Joan Porcaro.
Making a toast is Everett resident Carol Garrett.
Hats off to Everett residents Marlene Westerman and Roseann Gill.
WEARING HAPPY NEW YEAR FEATHERS: Marilyn Tobey (in center), Cheryl Tobey and Diane Scott (at left), all of Winthrop.
Pictured from left to right: Everett residents Diane Fall and Carol Garrett, a Council on Aging member and Everett resident Natalie Freeman.
Pictured from left to right: Everett residents Rita Way, Mary DiBuesso and Mary DiRusso and Malden resident Wanda Antonucci and Wakefield resident Natalie Canty (in back).
Disc Jockey Christopher Fiore makes a toast.
Chelsea resident Nancy Vargus, Peabody resident Phyllis Mazza and Everett resident Ruth Gianasoli enjoy the dance floor.