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RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE RENEWS LUSOPHNE PROTOCALS

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RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE RENEWS LUSOPHNE PROTOCALS

Rhode Island College renews protocol with Instituto Camões of Portugal     Institute for Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies at Rhode Island College Renews Cooperation with Instituto Camões    Agreement outlines shared goals among Institute, Rhode Island College and Portuguese government agency   Providence, RI – Rhode Island College and its Institute for Portuguese and Lusophone…

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CENTENARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH ATTLEBORO

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CENTENARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH ATTLEBORO

December Take-Out Dinner     Friday, December 17 – 5:30 pm   Saturday Night “Take-Out” at Centenary United Methodist Church   Located at 15 Sanford St across from the YMCA in downtown Attleboro   This month we will be preparing Tuscany Style Roasted Pork with mashed potatoes, vegetables and a homemade dessert.   Adults $12….

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RAMPING UP FOR USPS ELECTRIC DELIVERY FLEET

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RAMPING UP FOR USPS ELECTRIC DELIVERY FLEET

Senators Markey and Carper, Colleagues Call for Postal Service to Ramp up Efforts to Electrify the Mail Delivery Fleet     Ahead of spike in deliveries from holiday shopping and Black Friday sales, Markey, Carper and colleagues urge USPS to use Inflation Reduction Act funding to increase vehicle electrification commitments and support workers Text of Letter…

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MASSACHUSETTS COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

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MASSACHUSETTS COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

MCSW     Statement of Solidarity against LGBTQ+ Violence on behalf of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women (MCSW)   The Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women (MCSW) stands in solidarity against acts of violence. We offer this message of support to the diverse LGBTQ+ communities, both in Colorado Springs and across…

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LIGHTHOUSE LIT FOR HOLIDAY SEASON

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LIGHTHOUSE LIT FOR HOLIDAY SEASON

HOLIDAY LIGHTHOUSE LIGHTING MARKS END OF 15OTH YEAR     Pomham Rocks Lighthouse, located off the coast of East Providence, will cast an even brighter light this holiday season. The railing of the catwalk surrounding the lantern room atop the island light station will be aglow with decorative white lights to usher in the holidays…

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THE CULTURAL CENTER OF CAPE COD

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THE CULTURAL CENTER OF CAPE COD

THIS WEEK’S MUSE   PRESTON SINGLETARY     Glass art is probably as old as any art form. Obsidian is a naturally occurring black (though sometimes brown or green) volcanic glass and one of the first types of glass known to (stone age) humans. Its smooth and light-catching qualities made it an ideal material for…

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GREATER ATTLEBORO AREA “CHRISTMAS IS FOR KIDS”

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GREATER ATTLEBORO AREA “CHRISTMAS IS FOR KIDS”

The Greater Attleboro Area Council for Children Announces 2022 Christmas Is for Kids Dates and Schedule     ATTLEBORO, MA. – November 21, 2022 – The Greater Attleboro Area Council for Children is pleased to announce that donor phone lines for Christmas Is for Kids opened yesterday.   This week, the phone lines are open November…

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RIDE: READINESS BASED GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

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RIDE: READINESS BASED GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Commissioner’s Weekly Field Memo     RIDE’s Readiness-Based Graduation Requirements     On November 15, 2022, the Council on Elementary and Secondary Education approved updated Secondary Regulations that aim to reimagine high school and the statewide graduation requirements. The secondary regulations establish college and career-ready coursework as the default expectation for every child in Rhode Island.   Through…

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