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Malden High School announces new Alumni Hall of Fame inductees

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  On Friday, April 29, the Malden High School Alumni Association will host its fifth Alumni Hall of Fame banquet at Anthony’s of Malden at 105 Canal St. During the banquet, the committee will formally induct eight prominent graduates of Malden High School (MHS). As in past years, the honorees will be recognized for their outstanding career achievements.

  The Alumni Hall of Fame was founded in 2014 by the Malden High School Alumni Association to celebrate exceptional accomplishments of alumni and contributions to the school community by alumni and others. Alumni become eligible for nomination 10 years after graduation in such categories as the arts, business, community service, education, government, media, military service and the sciences. Permanent plaques commemorating the inductees will be displayed in Malden High School.

  This year’s inductees are Norman Greenbaum (MHS 1960 – Arts), Albert Spadafora (MHS 1964 – Business), Nancy Finkelstein (Posthumous, MHS 1960 – Education), Richard Howard (MHS 1970 – Government), Michael Goldman (MHS 1967 – Government), Ron Cox (MHS 1960 – Media), Sandra Velleman (MHS 1977 – Science) and Phil Hyde (MHS 1982 – Technology).

  It’s important to note that all the net proceeds from the Hall of Fame Program Book and the purchase of Hall of Fame tickets for the banquet will go directly to the Malden High School Alumni Association Scholarship Fund. To date nearly $90,000 has been awarded to deserving MHS students.

  For information on how to obtain tickets for the banquet contact Camille Colantuoni at 781-632-1646 or email cmc5767@aol.com. If you would like to place an advertisement in the program book, please feel free to contact Len Iovino at 781-321-3568 or email him at lvi_mps@yahoo.com or contact John Froio at 781-321-0339 or email him at jfroio38@verizon.net.

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