Special to The Advocate
The Junior Aid Association of Malden brought back their cherished tradition of a Charity Ball, after 13 years. The nonprofit organization, which consists of 40 dedicated and hardworking women, has been committed to raising funds for health-related issues in our community for 110 years.
On the evening of Saturday, May 13, Spinelli’s played host to Junior Aid Association of Malden’s Casino Royale Charity Ball. There were 170 guests gathered to share in their commitment to this noble cause. The distinguished attendees of the Charity Ball gracefully engaged in an evening of dancing, accompanied by the melodies skillfully provided by Gaeta Entertainment. Additionally, the attendees indulged in a thrilling array of casino games, including roulette, poker, blackjack, craps and an assortment of other captivating options. Junior Aid is delighted to report that nearly $10,000 in proceeds from the event will be allocated to their future 2024 grant recipients.
Junior Aid Association of Malden President Susan Higgins shares her sincere appreciation to the community for their unwavering support: “We are deeply grateful to the attendees and sponsors whose generosity made the Charity Ball possible. Partnering with Junior Aid signifies a genuine commitment to effecting positive change in our community, and we are honored to have your support.”
A list of Junior Aid Association of Malden’s Charity Ball sponsors: High Roller: Eagle Eye Construction Corporation, LaMattina Plumbing & Heating, Misty Mountain Cannabis Shop; Royal Flush: East Cambridge Savings Bank, Gaeta Entertainment, Weir MacCuish Family Funeral Home, Yankee Pest Control; Card Shark: Medford-Malden Elks #915; Money Bags: DeSanctis Insurance Agency, Inc., Filter Sales & Service, Inc.; All-In: All Seasons Table, Century 21 Northeast/The Kristin Gennetti Group, Councillor Amanda Linehan, Councillor Craig Spadafora, David A. DeMaria Foundation, Lissette Alvarado for Mayor, Malden Overcoming Addiction, Inc., Malden Trans, Inc., Mayor Gary Christenson, Representative Paul J. Donato, Representative Steven Ultrino, Shapiro and Hender, Six Twenty-One Tavern & Grill, Zonta Club of Malden; Friends of Junior Aid: Mrs. Mary Favorot, Ms. Lisa Jacobson, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Kahn, Mrs. Rachel Symes, Ms. Holly Walton, Councillor Stephen Winslow.