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The North Providence Breeze 03-27-2019

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2 IN OUR SCHOOLS MARCH 27-APRIL 2, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | NORTH PROVIDENCE EDITION A new mural depict- ing a motivational quote brings life to a cinder block wall inside North Providence High School. Pictured from left are KRYSTAL BAEZ, grade 12; art teach- er RYAN CLINTON; VICTORIA BERARD, grade 12; MALAIAH RUDOLPH, grade 12; Superintendent/ Principal JOSEPH GOHO, and art teacher IAN HILLMAN. Motivational mural IN BRIEF CCRI launches event to showcase careers in health this Thursday WARWICK – The Community College of Rhode Island will host its first "Pathways to Health Careers" event to showcase a full range of diverse career paths in health at the Knight Campus in Warwick, on Thursday, March 28, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This is open to anyone interested in learning more about careers in the health care industry and all of the evolving pathways in allied health, dental, emergency management, nursing, rehabilitation and social ser- vices offered at CCRI, the University of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College. Participants will be able to explore career pathways; learn about salaries, careers and growth opportunities; speak with employers; learn about CCRI and credit transfer programs to four-year institutions; and view demonstrations and clinical simula- tions. Information about admissions, transfers and financial aid will also be available. Learn more at www.ccri.edu/path- waystohealthcareers . Rhode Island Law Day student essay contest offers scholastic awards PAWTUCKET – The Rhode Island Bar Association, the Rhode Island Judiciary and the Rhode Island Police Chiefs' Association, with support from the Rhode Island Department of Education and Roger Williams University School of Law, are sponsoring the annual 2019 Hon. Francis J. Darigan, Jr. Rhode Island Law Day Essay Contest open to 10th and 11th grade students attending school in Rhode Island. The winning essay author will receive a $1,000 scholastic award and an engraved trophy cup. A sec- ond place essay winner will receive a $250 scholastic award donated by the Edward P. Gallogly Family Law Inns of Court. This year's essay topic is Free Speech, Free Press, Free Society. This topic will allow students to explore how free speech and free press are prominent topics in pub- lic discourse and litigation and how changes in technology have reshaped how free speech and free press work in the everyday world. Background information on this topic can be found on the Bar Association website at ribar.com under: For The Public – 2019 Law Day. The entry deadline is Monday, May 13, at 4 p.m. For questions, contact Kathleen Bridge at the Rhode Island Bar Association at 401-421-5740 or email kbridge@ ribar.com . The Breeze distributes 7,900 papers in North Providence every Wednesday? do you know? Grand Opening Celebration 1113 Mineral Spring Avenue Across from Stop & Shop in North Providence Offer expires 4/10/19. Plus tax. Valid at 1113 Mineral Spring Avenue location only. While supplies last. One coupon per visit. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. Egg and Cheese Breakfast Wrap Offer expires 4/10/19. Plus tax. Valid at 1113 Mineral Spring Avenue location only. While supplies last. One coupon per visit. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. Offer expires 4/10/19. Plus tax. Valid at 1113 Mineral Spring Avenue location only. While supplies last. One coupon per visit. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. Hot Medium Coffee 99 ¢ Cinnamon Stick 99 ¢ Offer expires 4/10/19. Plus tax. Valid at 1113 Mineral Spring Avenue location only. While supplies last. One coupon per visit. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. Muffins 99 ¢ 99 ¢ HAPPY HOUR 4 p.m. to Close ~ 99¢ Medium Regular Coffee or Tea - Hot/Iced

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