Archive For March 31, 2017

SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL ATTLEBORO

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SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL ATTLEBORO

RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS PAY OFF The Pre-K students at St. John the Evangelist School in Attleboro recently had a “shopping trip” with “money” earned from doing good deeds. According to Pre-K teacher Tammy O’Malley, “The students earned money by being ‘caught doing something nice!’ If they helped a friend, said something kind, used good…

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ALLYSEN AT LINDEN

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ALLYSEN AT LINDEN

Alternative folk artist Allysen Callery to Perform at Linden Place Mansion   ALLYSEN CALLERY Join us in the historic Linden Place Mansion for an amazing night of folk music! Singer-songwriter, Allysen Callery will be joining Linden Place for an entertaining night of folk music in the Linden Place Mansion parlors at 500 Hope Street in…

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“SETTLERS” AT WEAVER

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“SETTLERS” AT WEAVER

APRIL 17, 2017 “THE SETTLERS”, a film about Israeli settlements in the West Bank, will be shown on Monday, April 17, 6:30 PM, at the Weaver Library, 41 Grove Ave., East Providence, RI.  “The Settlers’, a Shimon Dotan documentary, is a compelling, must see, tour de force outline of the Israeli Settlement issue fueling the…

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MONEY MATTERS

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MONEY MATTERS

Practical Financial Planning for Parents-to-Be By Nathaniel Sillin Planning for a baby is exciting and sometimes a little frightening for expectant parents, especially first-time parents. The months will fly by and soon you’ll be at home embarking on an adventure along with the newest member of your family. Welcome to the excitement, exhaustion, fascination, bewilderment…

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SANDYWOODS CENTER

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SANDYWOODS CENTER

A GALLERY SHOW RESIST |  April 2 – 30, 2017 An Exhibition of Artists’ Responses to the Political Climate of the United StatesOpening Reception: Sunday, April 2, 2-5 PM ➡️  RSVP on Facebook  RESIST is an exhibition of responses to the political climate of the United States. Let’s not say the “current” political climate or the…

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SHRED IT IN TAUNTON

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SHRED IT IN TAUNTON

When and What to Shred, Discard or Keep Financial Documents H&R Block to host free shred event in Taunton PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Three million Americans annually report tax identity theft and the IRS has paid out an estimated $5 billion in fraudulent returns for a single year. While cyber attacks pose a major threat, not all…

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HIGH FIVE FRIDAY

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HIGH FIVE FRIDAY

HIGH FIVE FRIDAY AT SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL  On Friday March 24, 2017 several Police Departments from Massachusetts participated in “High Five Friday.” The police officers greeted school children as they arrived for school that morning and exchanged “High Fives”.  Attleboro Police Officers Adam Plante, Brandon Sherrat, Richard Campion and Joseph Daday came to St. John the Evangelist School…

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BRIDGEWATER STATE UNIVERSITY

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BRIDGEWATER STATE UNIVERSITY

Alumnus Profile: Eyes on the Cure   Jamie Medina, ’13, hopes to one day play a role in discovering cures to cancer. Four years after graduating from BSU, he is about to take yet another step toward that goal.  Since 2013, the Stoughton resident has worked as a research technician studying ovarian cancer at a…

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BAY VIEW INDOOR TRACK TEAM

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BAY VIEW INDOOR TRACK TEAM

Bay View Academy Indoor Track Team Honored by Rhode Island Track & Field Coaches’ Association   East Providence, RI – Bay View Academy’s Indoor Track Team was honored to receive the Team Sportsmanship Award at the Indoor Awards Banquet on March 20th. According to Coach Lacey Craker (Providence), “This award speaks to how well you…

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Rhode Island’s Historic Blackstone River Valley

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Rhode Island’s Historic Blackstone River Valley

Suggested events for April 1-2, 2017 Weekend   ENJOY SPRING WEEKEND FEATURING ART, THEATER, COMMUNITY CELEBRATIONS, AND RETURN OF AMERICA’S PASTIME Even though for some people, the April 1-2 weekend still feels like winter, don’t be fooled! It’s a great springtime weekend for residents and visitors alike to experience springtime cultural happenings throughout Rhode Island’s…

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