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ATTLEBORO “FIELD OF HONOR” EVENTS

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ATTLEBORO “FIELD OF HONOR” EVENTS

Memorial Day – Field of Honor & Schedule of Events  Good afternoon,   I want to thank everyone who has inquired about and shown support for the events coming up for Memorial Day.  My hope is to keep everyone informed about the events that are happening surrounding Memorial Day, and invite you to attend, as…

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“LET’S INVEST IN RI EDUCATION NOW”

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“LET’S INVEST IN RI EDUCATION NOW”

A PACKAGE OF LEGISLATION By Sen. Hanna M. Gallo and Rep. Joseph M. McNamara   The most difficult part of being a lawmaker is taking all the input you receive on many different issues and correlating it all into a sound public policy. When that issue is education, where you have to reconcile the interests of…

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CAPE COD CULTURAL CENTER: UPLIFTING ART 2019

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CAPE COD CULTURAL CENTER: UPLIFTING ART 2019

CALL TO ARTISTS    Three images will be selected, one for each elevator door in the Cultural Center’s Education Wing. The images, provided as high resolution digital files, will be reproduced on material to be affixed to the elevator doors for one year.   UPLIFTING ART FOR ELEVATOR DOORS 2019 Prospectus   Last year’s winners: Tiger…

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SETH MAGAZNER: “YOUNG LEADERS” AWARD

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SETH MAGAZNER: “YOUNG LEADERS” AWARD

Treasurer Magaziner honors 57 high school juniors in Rhode Island with ‘Young Leader’ Award Rhode Island Treasurer Seth Magaziner recognized fifty-seven high school juniors from across the Ocean State with the Young Leader Award.    The award is presented to high school juniors in the state of Rhode Island who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in…

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PAWTUCKET: MEMORIAL DAY

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PAWTUCKET: MEMORIAL DAY

“LET US REMEMBER WITH GRATITUDE AND PRIDE.” Pawtucket, RI…At 11:00 a.m. Monday, May 27th, The Pawtucket Veterans Council along with numerous elected officials from the City of Pawtucket will engage in a ceremony honoring the 151st Anniversary of Memorial Day in remembrance of all those men and women from Pawtucket who have perished while wearing…

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STAGES OF FREEDOM: FOUR EVENTS

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STAGES OF FREEDOM: FOUR EVENTS

Four Events in June Examine Rhode Island’s Deep Involvement in Slavery & Abolition As the nation observes 400 years of slavery in America, Stages of Freedom takes the opportunity to examine, discuss and commemorate Rhode Island’s long and complicated role in the slave trade and its gradual abolition in a series of four events. The…

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MASSACHUSETTS WORKS INFRASTRUCTURE

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MASSACHUSETTS WORKS INFRASTRUCTURE

Baker-Polito Administration Announces Opening of 2019 MassWorks Infrastructure Award Round BOSTON – Governor Charlie Baker announced the opening of the ninth annual MassWorks Infrastructure Program grant award round.   The 2019 MassWorks grant round will fund projects that empower transformative housing and development that support the long-term vitality of Massachusetts, with a particular focus on…

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HESSCO: RED CARPET EVENT

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HESSCO: RED CARPET EVENT

Join is on The Red Carpet Thursday, June 13th We are extremely proud of the collaborative efforts that went into creating this series, and are looking forward to sharing the finished product. We hope you will attend the screening. You just may see some familiar faces!   REGISTER NOW Download Document

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RI TRANSIT MASTER PLAN

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RI TRANSIT MASTER PLAN

Rhode Island Releases “State of the System” Report for All Modes of Public Transportation in Rhode Island   Prepared as part of the RI Transit Master Plan Project   How do Rhode Islanders use public transportation?  That’s just one of the questions answered in a new report which details how well current forms of public transportation…

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THE MUSIC PLAYS ON

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THE MUSIC PLAYS ON

MUSIC IN MAY AT SANDYWOODS MAY 18, 2019 LINDSAY ALGER AND FRIENDS MAY 31, 2019 HIROYA TSUKAMOTO For more information and tickets on line please go to Sandywoods Center for the Arts

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