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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 11-07-2018

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32 PAWTUCKET / THE VALLEY NOVEMBER 7-13, 2018 | VALLEY BREEZE | PAWTUCKET EDITION Winter jacket, warm clothing giveaway for vets Friday PROVIDENCE – The Providence VA Medical Center, 830 Chalkstone Ave., and Operation Stand Down RI will host its annual winter jacket and clothing giveaway, "Operation Keep 'em Warm," on Friday, Nov. 9, at the medical center, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Operation Stand Down will give away coats, gloves, hats, blankets and toilet- ries to homeless and low income veterans at the Providence VA Medical Center. Damage repair fundraiser on Saturday 'Outcasts' film in Providence Saturday PAWTUCKET – After thieves made off with four of 11 bronze plaques which told the story of the Famine in Ireland, the 1916 Committee will hold a fundraiser to help underwrite a portion of expenses involved on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Galway Bay Pub, 156 South Bend St. The Rhode Island Irish Famine Memorial was dedi- cated in November of 2007. The memorial is located on the Providence River Greenway across from Capriccio's Restaurant. In part, the memorial consisted of an historical narrative wall containing 11 bronze plaques which told the story of the Famine in Ireland and the subsequent migration of many refugees to Rhode Island. Four plaques were stolen in August. The repair and replacement cost exceeds $10,000. There will be a fun- draiser held at Galway Bay Pub. The music will be pro- vided by several local musi- cians including Sean Connell, Bob Drouin and the Exiles and others. Raffle prizes include an oil painting by Carmel McEvoy, gift cards from local busi- nesses, hand-made gifts and assorted gift baskets. Food will also be served through the afternoon. The event is open to the public but dona- tions are gratefully accepted. Checks can be made out to the Famine Memorial Committee and are tax deductible. PROVIDENCE – The critically acclaimed film "Outcasts," a movie that "lays bare the lives of people on society's fringes" while it fol- lows the Catholic Franciscan Friars of Renewal in their work around the world, will be screened this Saturday, Nov. 10, at 3 p.m., at the McVinney Auditorium, 43 Dave Gavitt Way. The film is for mature audi- ences due to the raw nature of its content. Admission is free, and there is plenty of free parking. Pre-registration is requested. Register at www. mcvinneyauditorium.com or phone 401-278-4588. To learn more and see a film trailer, visit www.outcast- sthemovie.com . Following the screening of the 60-minute film, there will be a 30-minute question and answer period with direc- tor Joe Campo, and Father John Anthony, one of the Friars in the film. "Outcasts" was filmed in the prisons of Central America, and the dark streets of London, New York, and Ireland's most treacherous neighborhoods. The showing in Rhode Island is sponsored by the Catholic Foundation of Rhode Island with the support of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of R.I. Trinity Rep auction supports education PROVIDENCE – Trinity Repertory Company announces its 2018 Project Discovery Gala, which cele- brates and supports education programs at Trinity Rep. The event will be held on Wednesday, Nov, 14, 6:30 p.m., in the Dowling Theater, and will feature cocktails, light dinner, a live auction and special performances. Tickets start at $150. Call 401-453-9237 to purchase. S ta c h u r S k i 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. $339,900 401-724-5600 CUMB./MEADOWCREST: NEW LISTING: 4 Bedrm 3 Full Bath Colonial. Big/bright kitchen w/stainless app. & Corian Counters. 2 beds first level. Impressive 2nd level with 2 lrg bedrms. Whirlpool tub in en suite Master bath. Finished bsmt with 3rd bath. Central Air, Central Vac., large patio, many details throughout! $339,000 724-5600 John Travers 401-258-2180 CUMBERLAND: 6 room, 3 bed 1 1/2 bath ranch features renovated kitchen and baths, with granite counters, stainless appliances, hardwood floors throughout, all new interior doors and casings. Lower level has a newly renovated family room w/wall-to-wall carpet, laundry room, lavette, utility room new gas high efficiency heating system. Large fenced yard. New septic system. Also replacement windows, vinyl sided, new roof. $289,900. 725-1115 PAWTUCkET, OAk HILL: Large 2 Family w/ 1,427 square feet in each unit, updated kitchens & baths. 1st floor has granite kitchen & tile floors, 2 bedrooms w/ a gigantic master bedroom that could be converted back to a 3 bedroom. 2nd floor has 6 rooms 3 bedrooms. Both units have Formal Dining Rooms & kitchens are fully applianced . Vinyl sided for low maintenance & replacement windows Newer furnaces, over-sized back yard w/ patio, ample parking. $315,000 725-1115 LincoLn 270 Front Street 401-724-5600 Pawtucket 1136 Newport Avenue 401-725-1115 www.c21Ski.com Jackie Lenahan 401-259-2528 PENDiNG

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