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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 12-06-2018

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6 WOONSOCKET / BLACKSTONE DEC. 6-12, 2018 | VALLEY BREEZE | NORTH SMITHFIELD BLACKSTONE WOONSOCKET See 'Dove Tale' at St. James Church Dec. 15-16 WOONSOCKET – Fisherman's Follies, a local Christian theatre troupe, return to St. James Epicsopal Church, 24 Hamlet Ave., for two per- formances of 'Dove Tale,' at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15, and 2 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 16. 'Dove Tale' is a humorous and moving re-telling of the story of the events leading up to the birth of Jesus, and a way to prepare the whole family for Christmas celebra- tions. There is no charge for admission, but it is a benefit, so there will be a collection at intermission with all pro- ceeds going to benefit the fourth year of CityCamp. For more information call, 401-722- 2222. Blackstone museum will hold open house Dec. 15 BLACKSTONE – The Blackstone Historical Commission will host a Christmas open house at the muse- um, 23 Main St., on Saturday, Dec. 15. The Very Merry Dickens Carolers, dressed in traditional Victorian apparel, will present a program of Christmas music at 1 p.m. The pro- gram will be followed by tours of the museum. Admission is free and light refresh- ments will be available after the pro- gram. Pace Organization of Rhode Island receives grant PROVIDENCE – Pace Organization of Rhode Island, a health plan serving older adults who wish to maintain their independence and live in the community, recently announced that it has been awarded a $10,000 grant from Tufts Health Plan Foundation's new Momentum Fund. The organization will use this grant to improve care and access for vulnerable older adults by engag- ing community-based primary care providers in the Pace model. Twenty-seven grants, totaling nearly $270,000, were awarded to com- munity organizations from the new mini-grant program. The fund was established to foster new ideas and advance the move- ment to make cities and towns bet- ter places to grow up and grow old. "This grant will help us better serve our mission, which is to pre- serve and sustain the independence of older adults who have significant health needs and wish to remain in the community," Joan Kwiatkowski, CEO of the Pace Organization of Rhode Island, said. "At Pace, we provide opportunities for our par- ticipants to continue to contribute to society in a productive way. We are excited to receive a grant from this fund that emphasizes wellness at all ages, supporting our value of health, and encouraging a feeling of purpose at every stage of life."

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