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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 11-15-2018

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NORTH SMITHFIELD BLACKSTONE WOONSOCKET EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | NOVEMBER 15-21, 2018 WOONSOCKET 11 REV. PHILIP SALOIS, president of Woonsocket James Michael Ray Chapter 818 Vietnam Veterans of America, gives the benediction and recites the famous World War I poem "In Flanders Fields," at the Veterans Day observance at Armed Forces Park in Woonsocket last Sunday. ANDRE BARRAS, right, returns a salute to Police Chief Steven Reynolds after receiving a Certificate of Appreciation for his service in the Army Infantry in Europe during World War II. On left is TOM LACOMBE, who served in the Navy during WWII and was stationed in Japan. The ceremony was held at the Villa at Saint Antoine in North Smithfield. BREEZE PHOTOS BY CHARLES LAWRENCE PAT FEMINO, a resident at the Villa at Saint Antoine, served with the Marines and was witness to the famous raising of the flag on Iwo Jima. Veterans living at the VILLA AT SAINT ANTOINE and members of the North Smithfield Police Department pose for a photo after the veterans received Certificates of Appreciation from the North Smithfield Police Department on Veterans Day. Veterans receiving certificates are Ernie Focarelli, Ed Janik, Tom Lacombe, Rudolph Breault, Andre Barras, Norman Bissonette, Marcel Fontaine, Harold Mulder, Tom Reilly, and Martin Klara. Also pictured are North Smithfield Police Chief Steven Reynolds, Captain Tim Lafferty, Lt. Greg Landry and Detective Steve Donovan. Ninety-two-year-old NORMAND TURCOTTE, of Woonsocket, served in the U.S. Navy aboard a tanker during the invasion of Normandy. Beside him is his daughter, RENEE CIAMBRONE, of Woonsocket. Veterans Day observances REALTOR ® Licensed in RI & MA Eric Brouillard PROPERTIES 261 Main St., Suite 201 North Smithfield Rhode Island 02896 Cell: 401-569-2725 Office: 401-356-1519 Stearns/McGee Team Are you living with Celiac Disease? The ReseT CeD Study is for adults at least 18 years of age who have been diagnosed with Celiac Disease (CeD). There are currently no medical treatments or cures for celiac disease. Volunteers are needed for participation in this research study. For more information, please call our staff at Ocean State Clinical Research Partners at 401-475-7007.

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