Archive For May 31, 2016

SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL ATTLEBORO

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SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL ATTLEBORO

HISTORY TO GO! Third and fourth grade students got a history lesson about Attleboro from Carleton Legg, Director of the Attleboro Area Industrial Museum (AAIM). Mr. Legg presented “History to Go!”, a school-age program sponsored by the AAIM and the Attleboro Cultural Council. Students got to hold Wampanoag Native American tools along with other local…

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Pawtucket Memorial Day Ceremony

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Pawtucket Memorial Day Ceremony

City of Pawtucket, Schools, Veterans Honor America’s Fallen Armed Service Members With Memorial Day Ceremony   PAWTUCKET – Heavy rain did not stop Pawtucket from honoring America’s fallen armed service members on Memorial Day. Pawtucket’s Memorial Day Services, normally held outdoors at the Veteran’s Amphitheatre at City Hall, was moved indoors to the Major Walter…

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HONOR OUR TROOPS

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HONOR OUR TROOPS

HONOR OUR TROOPS THIS MEMORIAL DAY BY SUPPORTING OUR MEN AND WOMEN IN AFGHANISTAN! Happy Memorial Day. Today we remember the millions of Americans throughout history who have sacrificed their lives to fight for freedom, liberty and the American way. Whether it was in World War II, or Afghanistan, we must never forget to honor…

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PRAYER FOR PEACE, MEMORIAL DAY, 2016

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PRAYER FOR PEACE, MEMORIAL DAY, 2016

PRAYER FOR PEACE, MEMORIAL DAY, 2016 BARACK OBAMA BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION With courage and a love of country that knows no limits, America’s men and women in uniform exemplify patriotism at its core — stepping into harm’s way to protect our people and to safeguard the ideals…

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Marking Memorial Day

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Marking Memorial Day

Raimondo Marks Memorial Day by Ordering Flags Lowered PROVIDENCE, R.I. – In accordance with a Presidential Proclamation, Governor Gina M. Raimondo is directing U.S. and Rhode Island flags at all state agencies and buildings to be flown at half-staff  from sunrise until 12pm on Monday, May 30th in observation of Memorial Day. Flags should return to…

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EAST PROVIDENCE PUBLIC LIBRARIES

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EAST PROVIDENCE PUBLIC LIBRARIES

JUNE ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN BOOKS ARE WINGS PARTY Wednesday, June 8, 5:30-7:30pm @WEAVER LIBRARY Free books for kids, face painting, refreshments, EP Police fingerprinting, and Summer Reading Program registration! Plus . . . Tony of “All Hands Drumming” will lead a drumming circle, from 5:30-7:00, for all to participate in. WRITING WORKSHOP FOR AGES 10+…

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STATE BALLET RHODE ISLAND

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STATE BALLET RHODE ISLAND

So Much To See in One Great Evening   It’s Not Too Late To Reserve Your Ticket–Reserve Today!  Guests have the opportunity to enjoy exquisite wines, a refreshing selection of summer beers, bid in our silent auction and sample different foods at one of Rhode Island’s most unique establishments, the garden grounds and studio of…

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FREE TRAIN SERVICE TO RHODE ISLAND NATIONAL GUARD OPEN HOUSE AND AIR SHOW

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FREE TRAIN SERVICE TO RHODE ISLAND NATIONAL GUARD OPEN HOUSE AND AIR SHOW

RIDOT ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE FOR FREE TRAIN SERVICE TO RHODE ISLAND NATIONAL GUARD OPEN HOUSE AND AIR SHOW Free parking and space on trains limited as new transit option debuts from Providence and Warwick “The Rhode Island National Guard Open House and Air Show is an opportunity for many of our citizens throughout the state to meet…

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