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1st Wednesday of the month Service Socials starting at 5:30 pm at Pearl Street Station 2nd, 3rd and 4th Wednesdays at Anthony's (12:15 pm)
Anthony's of Malden
105 Canal Street
Malden, MA  02148
United States

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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Malden
The Rotary Club of Malden installed three new members on Wednesday. The new Rotarians are
  • Dr. Caroline Kamau, CPA, Federal Reserve Bank
  • Teresita Tetzaguic, Assistant Branch Manager, East Boston Savings Bank
  • Charlie Melia, Inside Sales Rep, ConnectPay Payroll Service
The installation was conducted by District Governor Bob Wood and witnessed by Anne Lewis (Assistant District Governor). President onnie Puzon welcomed the new members and is excited about the future of our club.



Malden Rotary mourns the passing of our friend and fellow  Malden Rotarian Stephen Kaloyanides. Stephen was a great friend to everyone in our club: His sense of humor, wit and warm smile will be dearly missed.

Stephen’s family owns New England Coffee, where he worked since 1940. He was responsible for bringing the business from Boston to its current location in Malden and was still actively working as a taster in the company’s quality control lab.

On Saturday, March 24th Malden Rotary hosted the 17thannual Malden Rotary Road Race which had two distances, a 5K and a 10K, run through the streets of Malden via various neighborhoods. One of the highlights of this year’s race was when the organizers recognized their “Volunteer of the Decade” Stephen Winslow.


Malden Rotary welcomes Caroline Whiddon, the Executive Director of Me2/, as the guest speaker on Wednesday, November 8th at 12:15 pm at Anthony's of Malden, 105 Canal Street. Caroline has more than two decades of experience in orchestra leadership. She is a past Chair of the Youth Orchestra Division of the League of American Orchestras, and a graduate of the Snelling Center for Government’s Vermont Leadership Institute. She received her Bachelor’s degree in French horn performance from the Eastman School of Music. She was first diagnosed with depression and anxiety disorder more than twenty years ago.
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