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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 09-12-2018

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20 PAWTUCKET SEPTEMBER 12-18, 2018 | VALLEY BREEZE | PAWTUCKET EDITION hold its Journeys Onward – Honoring Veterans' Experiences in Art and Words, an art exhibit of work by many New England vet- erans, this Sunday, Sept. 16, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. The art- work is by veterans and their immediate families and is accompanied by commentary by the artists about how their military experience inspired their creative expressions. • The PawSox Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival will also be held on Saturday, from 5 to 10 p.m., at McCoy Stadium. Come for craft beer, music and yard games. Visit www.pawtucketarts- for more. ARTS FEST From Page 13 You can call The Valley Breeze at 401-334-9555. Our fax is 334-9994. do you know? The Pawtucket Youth Soccer Association had its Opening Day last Saturday at the McKinnon-Alves Soccer Complex. Above, Minutemen Press teammates CHRISTIAN PEREIRA, left, and DANIEL PIRES, right, pursue NICHOLAS VASQUEZ, center, of Jamie's Performance Muffler. BREEZE PHOTOS BY CHARLES LAWRENCE AVION SANTOS, 7, of the California Taco Shop team, is sur- prised at the force of the soccer ball. Opening Day: Pawtucket Youth Soccer Association AYDEN AZCONA, center, in yellow, of the Manny's Transmission team, has the ball, but he is being pursued by members of the Classic Custom team, including MIGUEL RAIGOZA, at far left. LUNA MORRALES, 8, at left, on the Atlantic Paper Supply team, and JAYLEEN LOZANO, 7, on the J & E Commercial Supply team, battle for control of the ball.

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