Archive For December 31, 2018

THE RHODY HEN CAFE

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THE RHODY HEN CAFE

Mayor Grebien Joins The Rhody Hen Café Grand Opening    PAWTUCKET – Mayor Grebien joined The Rhody Hen Café in its Grand Opening. The restaurant, located on Prospect Street and named after the state bird the Rhode Island Red, serves as yet another small business opening its doors in Pawtucket.   “The Rhody Hen Café…

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PICK YOUR OWN FREE BUNCH

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PICK YOUR OWN FREE BUNCH

American Tulip Day – March 2, 2019  San Francisco Pick your own bunch of tulips on American Tulip Day! Tulip Day is coming for the second time to America! On March 2, 2019 a colorful display of more than 100,000 tulips will cover Union Square in San Francisco. And you are being invited to visit this…

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UNITED REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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UNITED REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Help Us Transform the Chamber to Meet Your Business Needs End of the Year Message from Our President Goodbye, 2018! 2019, here we come!   As we near the end of the year, it’s tempting to allow the endless array of festive gatherings to take priority over the year-end tasks we must undertake in order to…

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RI PUBLIC SAFETY LEADERSHIP TEAM

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RI PUBLIC SAFETY LEADERSHIP TEAM

Raimondo Announces Public Safety Leadership Team  GINA RAIMONDO Governor will Appoint Manni as Superintendent of State Police, Nominate Coyne-Fague as Director of Corrections when Legislature Returns Next Week Pappas Named Director of Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency PROVIDENCE, RI – Governor Gina M. Raimondo announced her leadership selections across multiple public safety agencies. She will appoint…

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BBB: HOLIDAY RETURNS TIPS

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BBB: HOLIDAY RETURNS TIPS

READ THE FINE PRINT In 2017, 28% of us returned a holiday gift, with clothing topping the list.  But with holiday returns also comes holiday return fraud. Return fraud comes in many forms, including purchasing merchandise for short-term use and then returning the item, returning stolen merchandise, or using reused, stolen or falsified receipts to return merchandise…

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ATTLEBORO, MA: MLK HOLIDAY

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ATTLEBORO, MA: MLK HOLIDAY

King Committee of Greater Attleboro Hosts 32nd annual King Holiday Program   On Monday, January 21, 2019, The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Committee of Greater Attleboro will host its 32nd annual commemoration of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Events will be held at Attleboro City Hall and Murray Unitarian Universalist Church, Attleboro. The program…

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FIRSTWORKS

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FIRSTWORKS

A SPLENDID YEAR One look at our 2018 Annual Report and you’ll see what a splendid year of firsts it has been! Read our Annual Report and see what you’ve helped us to achieve YOUR support makes this all possible!   Recurring monthly gifts of $10, $15, and $25 have a meaningful impact on our…

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EAST PROVIDENCE, RI: WEAVER LIBRARY

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EAST PROVIDENCE, RI: WEAVER LIBRARY

PASSIVE INVESTING: 101 Investing the Boglehead Way for the New Year  Jerome Moisand, the coordinator of the Metro-Boston Bogleheads chapter will present Passive Investing 101: An Introduction to Asset Allocation at the Weaver Library on Monday, January 14, 2019 at 7 pm. Moisand, who spent his career in telecommunications, and is now financially independent, will…

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2019 PAC FOUNDATION SHOW

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2019 PAC FOUNDATION SHOW

CALL FOR ARTISTS: 2019 PAC FOUNDATION SHOW REMINDER: THERE’S STILL TIME TO ENTER The Pawtucket Arts Collaborative (PAC) and the Pawtucket Foundation announce the 12th year of this highly regarded, juried art exhibition –  the Pawtucket Foundation Prize Exhibition. This year’s Juror is Dominic Molon, the Richard Brown Baker Curator of Contemporary Art at the RISD…

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WOMR: OUTERMOST COMMUNITY RADIO

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WOMR: OUTERMOST COMMUNITY RADIO

Community Radio Station Honors Longtime Volunteer   Susan Lindquist’s Legacy Will Live on with Community Help Provincetown, December 20, 2018: As part of its capital campaign drive to update broadcast equipment, WOMR plans to name the Susan Lindquist Spoken Word Studio in honor of the much-loved volunteer’s contributions both to community radio and to the community…

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