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“NOURISHING THE NEIGHBORS”

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“NOURISHING THE NEIGHBORS”

Hope & Main’s new “Nourish Our Neighbors” program will feed local families in need     Wholesome, ready-to-eat meals will be available for families and seniors during the COVID-19 crisis WARREN, RI  — Hope & Main, the nonprofit food business incubator, announced today the launch of Nourish Our Neighbors, a food access program for East Bay families…

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MASSACHUSETTS BUILDING TRADE COUNCIL

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MASSACHUSETTS BUILDING TRADE COUNCIL

Massachusetts Building Trades Council votes unanimously to call for a statewide suspension of all regular activity at construction sites in Massachusetts     MALDEN, MA – Today, the Executive Board of the 75,000 member Massachusetts Building Trades Council voted unanimously to call on Massachusetts Governor Charles Baker to declare a statewide suspension of all regular activity at construction…

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EARTHTALK: INTERNET ENERGY EFFICIENCY

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EARTHTALK: INTERNET ENERGY EFFICIENCY

EarthTalk® From the Editors of E – The Environmental Magazine     Dear EarthTalk: Internet data centers are fast becoming the largest power hogs in the world. What’s being done in this industry to make Internet usage more energy-efficient? — M. T., Reno, NV Though our online activity uses no paper, it still consumes quite…

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BRISTOL ART MUSEUM VIDEOS AND GALLERIES

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BRISTOL ART MUSEUM VIDEOS AND GALLERIES

The Bristol Art Museum Introduces Video Tours and Virtual Galleries     In the wake of closures due to COVID-19, The Bristol Art Museum is changing gears and going digital to remain accessible to audiences. Among the many changes underway is their online Social Distancing Gallery, a contact-free gallery experience where artists of all levels…

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PORTUGUESE – LUSOPHONE -WORLD STUDIES

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PORTUGUESE – LUSOPHONE -WORLD STUDIES

The Institute for Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies at Rhode Island College     Dear Friends, We hope this newsletter finds you well. We would like to give you an update on changes to our activities this semester. Unfortunately, all Portuguese Studies events scheduled for this semester at Rhode Island College have been cancelled. Also, all…

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THE LITERACY CENTER: ATTLEBORO

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THE LITERACY CENTER: ATTLEBORO

WE ARE CHALLENGED – WE ARE HERE     Dear TLC Community I hope this message finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy. These are unbelievably challenging times. Please know that my heart goes out to you. Based on the current information that we have, we have made the decision to remain closed…

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PAWTUCKET HALL OF FAME SEEKING 2020 NOMINATIONS

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PAWTUCKET HALL OF FAME SEEKING 2020 NOMINATIONS

Pawtucket Hall of Fame Committee   Seeking Nominations PAWTUCKET HALL OF FAME 2020 Pawtucket:  The Pawtucket Hall of Fame Committee is currently seeking nominations for the 2020 Pawtucket Hall of Fame.  This annual signature event is a celebration to recognize those individuals whose efforts – in any line of endeavor – have made a lasting impact and highlighted…

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CULTURAL CENTER OF CAPE COD

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CULTURAL CENTER OF CAPE COD

Greetings and best wishes to you all.     Ordinarily, our members would soon be receiving an April newsletter in the mail. Ordinarily, our staff would be at the Center, managing the mailing,  instead of working in isolation, from home.  Ordinarily, the newsletter would be bursting with great April events, exhibits, and classes. But there’s…

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TEN MILE RIVER RAMBLES

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TEN MILE RIVER RAMBLES

Take Away Tea Time By Don Doucette Beckwith School is an active school within the Route 44 Palmer River School complex – just out of site is the confluence of the Palmer River East and West Branches. The East Branch flows under Route 44 from Rehoboth Village and winds around the school complex to meet…

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PAWTUCKET: DOCUMENT E-RECORDINGS ON LINE

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PAWTUCKET: DOCUMENT E-RECORDINGS ON LINE

PAWTUCKET ON-LINE WITH E-RECORDING     After working with State officials to get legislation passed that would authorize cities and towns in Rhode Island to accept e-recording of land evidence records, the Pawtucket City Clerk’s office is now set-up to accept e-recorded documents. “Since the passage of the legislation, e-recording has been one of several…

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