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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 09-20-2018

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32 THE VALLEY SEPTEMBER 20-26, 2018 | VALLEY BREEZE | CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION paths and on the beach, and an elec- tric scooter for daily use. "Both of these have helped me negotiate getting older with a disabil- ity, none of which would have been possible without my initial introduc- tion to handcycling," she said. "I real- ly hope it opens up new possibilities for Donna. Suzanne is always saying: imagine the possibilities. I can't wait to talk to Donna again to hear about her escapades." This month, thanks to Webster's generosity, Furlong was back on the trails with her family, though her chil- dren are now old enough to ride on their own. They took their inaugural ride at Slater Park in Pawtucket, and hope to try a trail in the Cumberland area soon. "I'm just grateful that Sue was able to set this up through a simple con- versation," Furlong said. "Financially, I could never afford one of my own, but because of her and Cheryl and her husband, I'm able to get out and I really appreciate it." "I was happy to have someone else who needed it have an opportunity to do what I had done," Webster said. "It is an amazing thing to move in that way when you haven't been able to for many years. It felt good to give someone that experience as it had been given to me." CYCLING From Page 23 DONNA and BOB FURLONG stop for a photo at Slater Park this month – one of the first times Donna has been cycling since she became paralyzed in 1997. Cumberland resident Cheryl Webster has loaned Furlong the handcycle bike. VINTAGE POLICE CARS will be on display at Rhode Island State Police Headquarters in Scituate on Sunday. Vintage Cruiser Show at State Police Headquarters SCITUATE – The Rhode Island State Police Museum Foundation will host its 3rd annual Vintage Cruiser Show on Sunday, Sept. 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at State Police Headquarters, 311 Danielson Pike. The show will feature more than 30 vintage police cruisers and motorcycles from police depart- ments across the country, and spe- cialty vehicles and equipment now used by Rhode Island State Police tactical units. Family activities include Dunk- a-Trooper, bounce house, arts and crafts and a scavenger hunt. Members of the Rhode Island State Police Canine Unit will offer a demonstration from 12:30 to 1 p.m. The Rhode Island State Police Museum will be open for viewing the evolution in uniforms, guns and equipment. There will be child car seat checks and free child iden- tification kits. Suggested donation for admission is $3 for adults; children younger than age 12 free. Proceeds ben- efit the Rhode Island State Police Museum Foundation. Visit vintage-cruiser-show for more information. Davies Tech hosting Classic Car Show Sept. 29 LINCOLN – Davies Career and Technical High School, 50 Jenckes Hill Road, will host a Classic Car Show on Saturday, Sept. 29, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Haven Brothers will offer food for sale, and Cruisin' Bruce will pro- vide music. Admission is free. Rain date is Sunday, Sept. 30. The car show is hosted by the school's Automotive Careers program, with proceeds to benefit the Automotive Scholarship Fund for students. LINCOLN 270 Front Street 401-724-5600 PAWTUCKET, Quality Hill neighborhood compliments this fully renovated 2-family w/ vinyl siding, thermopane windows, newer roof & gutters. The interior first floor unit boasts extra spacious 2 bedrooms, brand new full bath & new lavette, & modern applianced kitchen. The second floor also has extra large rooms w/one bedroom, living room, eat-in kitchen, & spacious bath. Both units have front/rear entry/staircases plus a bonus 4 room walk-up attic for possible future expansion. Fenced private rear yard w/oversized shed/workshop/porch. Move-in condition! $282,000 725-1115 STACHURSKI AGENCY HOMES FOR SALE WWW.C21SKI.COM PAWTUCKET 1136 Newport Avenue 401-725-1115 REALTOR Nancy Rabbitt (Pawtucket office) REALTOR Mike Bogolawski (Lincoln office) 401-744-6268 401-556-7012 OPEN HOUSE Sun. 9/23 11 a.m.-1 p.m. LINC./MANVILLE: 3 unit - Multi Family - rents below market average, great opportunity for investment or owner occupied, new roof, new furnace for 2nd floor unit, all new electrical. Fire coded, new tankless hot water system, 18,730 sq.ft. lot, plenty of parking. $259,000 724-5600 PAWTUCKET, Darlington, Over sized 7 room, 4 bed cape style home. Vinyl sided exterior, private yard w/ deck and shed. Interior has nicely sized living room w/ hardwood flooring & brick fireplace; dining room or fourth bedroom, eat in kitchen, full bath and 20 x 15 attached family room with vaulted ceilings. Second floor has two good sized bedrooms and basement has a finished rec room. $259,900 725-1115 PAWT./DARLINGTON: NEW LISTING: 3 Bed 3 Full Bath, 2400sq.ft. of living space, finished lower level. Kitchen w/ granite, appliances remain, L.Room w/marble fireplace w/ wood stove insert. First level Washer and Dryer. 2 baths w/ jacuzzi's, 5 zone ductless heat and A/C with solar assisted power. Central vac, in-ground pool and pool house. Two car garage w/great room. Koi pond and shed. $325,000 724-5600 PENDING OPEN SUN. 9/23 11 a.m.-1 p.m. 51 WINCHESTER DRIVE. GLOCESTER: PRICE REDUCED: Large 3 bed 2 full bath Colonial with water view Sandy Brook Pond. 3 car detached garage with loft great for handyman. 2 fireplaces w/efficient woodstoves. Large deck & screened porch, on private 2 acres. 4 zones of baseboard oil heat. $359,900 401-724-5600

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