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MONEY MATTERS

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MONEY MATTERS

Make the Most of Your Rewards Program Membership By Nathaniel Sillin I’m often intrigued and sometimes inspired by stories of people traveling the world using points and miles. There’s a well-known (within certain circles, at least) man who earned over a million airline miles by purchasing more than $3,000 worth of pudding during a special…

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UNITED REGIONAL CHAMBER

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UNITED REGIONAL CHAMBER

January 25th The United Regional Chamber of Commerce will host an After the Holidays Open House.  Wednesday, January 25th 4-7PM Chamber office – 310 South Street, Plainville  Please join us as we celebrate the start of 2017, and show you our new location!   This is also a great chance to speak with our 2016…

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MONEY MATTERS

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MONEY MATTERS

Resolve to Replace Your Bad Financial Habits By Nathaniel Sillin Most people have at least one bad financial habit. Whether it’s impulse shopping, forgetting to pay bills on time or putting off building that emergency fund, balancing what you want to do and what you “should” do is never easy. The new year is the…

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EMPOWERMENT FACTORY PAWTUCKET

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EMPOWERMENT FACTORY PAWTUCKET

Winter Holiday Centerpieces Tuesday – December 20th @ 6:30PM – 8:00PM Mix and mingle with friends and family while creating a custom winter holiday centerpiece. The arrangement will be perfect for you dining room table or as a hostess gift. We will be incorporating natural seasonal elements such as fresh cut greens, flowers, pinecones and…

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Linden Place, Bristol RI.

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Linden Place, Bristol RI.

Linden Place A towering Christmas tree framed by a four-story spiral staircase, elegant decorations on every mantle and in every nook and cranny, and Christmas tablescapes by top designers and florists…these are just a few of the many delights that await you this Christmas season at Linden Place Mansion. The understated, elegant décor throughout the…

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SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL

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SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL

CANDY FOR OUR VETERANS The students at St. John the Evangelist School in Attleboro brought in almost 120lbs of Halloween candy. The fifth grade class, led by Sister Mary Dumond, collected and packed 15 boxes of candy and made 100 “thank you” cards which they placed inside the boxes. They mailed the boxes out to…

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GREAT ROAD LINCOLN

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GREAT ROAD LINCOLN

Tour two of Lincoln’s great historic houses  ARNOLD HOUSE Sunday, November 6, 11:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Arnold House, 487 Great Road and Hearthside House, 677 Great Road, Lincoln, RI    Explore the history of Lincoln by touring the homes of some of its most prominent families: Arnold House (1693) and Hearthside (1810). Compare and…

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Quonset Key Driver Of RI Economy

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Quonset Key Driver Of RI Economy

Bryant Study: Quonset Drives Rhode Island’s Economy   Bryant Study Shows Quonset Business Park A Key Driver of Rhode Island’s Economy  Quonset supports more than 21,000 full-time equivalent jobs in the state Quonset adds $2.85 billion to Rhode Island economy and $113.1 million in tax revenues for the local, state governments Quonset, R.I. – The…

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