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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 11-05-2018

The Valley Breeze Newspapers serving the Northern Rhode Island towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, Woonsocket, Smithfield, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, North Providence, Scituate, Foster, and Glocester

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CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | NOVEMBER 8-14, 2018 CUMBERLAND / LINCOLN 5 fications for the program, saying his personal vetting system requires that recipients of baskets be from Cumberland and that they prove that they're in need with documentation showing that they're on some type of government assistance. "You have to be in need, not want," he said, adding that on a number of occasions long-time residents have approached him about getting a bas- ket, saying they've paid taxes here for 25 years or more, "so I get a basket." Many people think this is a town pro- gram, he said, but in reality it's a pro- gram run for the town and its needy residents. Donations of all kinds are welcome. Items needed include fresh vegetables, canned or jarred gravy, dressing mix, canned goods of all kinds and bread and rolls. These items can be dropped off at the Cumberland Senior Center at the Monastery, 1464 Diamond Hill Road. Financial contributions are also being sought in order to purchase turkeys, fresh vegetables, dry goods and bread. Checks should be made payable to "The HAPPY Basket Program" and mailed to P.O. Box 7611 Cumberland, RI 02864. Anyone wishing to volunteer a few hours of their time in sorting dona- tions, wrapping gifts and assembling baskets is asked to contact Johnson at 401-487-1282 or email hbpro- Baskets for the Thanksgiving giveaway will be put together Thursday, Nov. 15 starting at 6 p.m. at the Cumberland Senior Center. For a complete schedule of activities, visit www.happybasketsri. com . Johnson said the event to put baskets together has become increasingly pop- ular with volunteers, more than 100 people coming together to complete the job in less than an hour. Some of the people who receive baskets will also volunteer in the effort. On Monday, Nov. 19, the Monastery will again be the site of activity, this time for distribution of baskets start- ing at 9 a.m. The Monastery is a great location due to it being a wooded area well off the main road, said Johnson, meaning no one is gawking at the event and recipients are able to get their food without feeling intimidated. Johnson said both town and senior center officials have always been great with this effort. In addition to food baskets, gifts are also collected for chil- dren, meaning Happy Baskets pretty much takes over much of the senior center for the weeks surrounding the holidays, said Johnson. From preceding page Lincoln Library offers STEAM fun Nov. 19 LINCOLN – Come to Lincoln Public Library on Monday, Nov. 19, at 4 p.m. for a monthly hour of creative STEAM fun. This month kids, ages 8 and older, will be working on engi- neering skills by constructing tow- ers with candy pumpkins. Registration is required, so please stop by the reference desk to sign up or call 401-333-2422, ext. 22. IN BRIEF Town of Lincoln BOARD OF LICENSE COMMISSIONERS ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE LIST The Lincoln Board of License Commissioners hereby give notice that the following persons, firms, corporations, and organizations have made application for retail beverage licenses to keep for sale and to sell alcoholic beverages in the Town of Lincoln from December 1, 2018, to November 30, 2019, inclusive under the provisions of Section 3-5-17 of the General Laws of Rhode Island 1956 as amended. Class A Phul Spirits LLC, d/b/a Lincoln Spirit Shops 10 Higginson Avenue One Stop Liquors, Inc. 97 Railroad Street, Manville Vanderlay Liquors Inc., d/b/a Washington Hill Liquors 616 Washington Highway Lincoln Liquors LLC 182 Front Street Class BV Asia Restaurants, Inc.,d/b/a Asia Grille 622 George Washington Hwy. Breakneck Food Corporation, d/b/a The Lodge Pub & Eatery 40 Breakneck Hill Road Chipotle Mexican Grill of Colorado LLC d/b/a Chipotle Mexican Grill 622 George Washington Hwy. Cinemaworld of Florida d/b/a CW Lanes and Games 622 George Washington Hwy. Pepper Dining, Inc., d/b/a Chili's Grill & Bar 622 George Washington Hwy. ENN Inc. d/b/a ENN Japanese Cuisine and Sushi Bar 600 George Washington Hwy. Enrico Caruso Society d/b/a Enrico Caruso Club 105 Bouvier Avenue, Manville Fairlawn Golf Course LLC 3 Sherman Avenue The Lucky Chen's Corp No. 2, d/b/a Frank's Family Restaurant 614 Smithfield Avenue Rosita LLC, d/b/a Curry Kitchen 259 Front Street Harrys Lincoln Burger LLC d/b/a Harry's Bar & Burger 200 Front Street Kirkbrae Country Club Inc. 197 Old River Road Kirkbrae Country Club Pool Club 208 Old River Road Lincoln Country Club Inc. 31 Dexter Rock Road PE Harvey LLC, d/b/a Lou's Café 47 Summer Street, Manville Neal's Harmony Cafe Inc., d/b/a Harmony Cafe 3 Main Street, Manville Lucky Chen's Corp., d/b/a Dragon Villa 609 Smithfield Avenue Torre Corp., d/b/a/ Trattoria Romana 3 Wake Robin Road The Twisted Hop Tavern 48 School Street, Albion STAS Inc, d/b/a Brooksie's Sports Pub 616 Smithfield Avenue Sarkis Hagopian Ent. LLC, d/b/a Hercules Pizza Works 1525 Old Louisquisset Pike R1 Rhode Island LLC 100 Higginson Avenue Class BVL Jacky's Galaxie Lincoln Inc 100 Twin River Road Pulcinella LLC, d/b/a Pizzeria Romana 3 Wake Robin Road Saptagiri LLC, d/b/a Sbarro 1st Fl 100 Twin River Road Saptagiri LLC, d/b/a Sbarro 2nd Fl 100 Twin River Road Class B-C UTGR Inc., d/b/a Twin River 100 Twin River Road Class BT Buffalo-Lincoln Associates LLC, d/b/a Courtyard by Marriott 636 George Washington Hwy. Class BH Buffalo-Lincoln Associates LLC, d/b/a Courtyard by Marriott 636 George Washington Hwy. Class D - Full Columbus Club of Lincoln d/b/a Knights of Columbus Council #4005 171 Jenckes Hill Road Manville Sportsmen's Rod & Gun Club Inc. 250 High Street, Manville Remonstrants are entitled to be heard before the granting of such license at a public hearing of the Lincoln Board of License Commissioners to be held at the Lincoln Town Hall, 100 Old River Road, Lincoln, RI, on November 27, 2018 at 7:00pm. All persons interested may be heard at that time. Karen D. Allen, CMC Town Clerk

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