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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 04-11-2019

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CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | APRIL 11-17, 2019 IN OUR SCHOOLS / OBITUARIES 29 BREEZE PHOTOS BY ROBERT EMERSON The 58 members of the cast and crew from COMMUNITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL'S 4TH GRADE CLASS gather on stage April 3, before the dress rehearsal for their production of "Beauty and the Beast Jr." The actual show took place last weekend. Community School stages 'Beauty and the Beast Jr.' SAMANTHA LIBBY recites lines for "Chip," a damaged tea cup, during the Wednesday night dress rehearsal. MADELYN BELIVEAU performs as Belle, one of six students who shared the role, in the Community Elementary School 4th-grade production of "Beauty and the Beast Jr." The "Silly Girls Chorus" was comprised of MACKENZIE BRYDA, ALLI MARSHALL, GEORGIA MUNDY, PANTER MAHER and ANNIE COLLINS. "Gaston," played by RYAN KUNCZ, has a leg up on "LeFou," played by BRAELYN DILGE, during a production number from "Beauty and the Beast Jr." Roma M. Glass Roma M. (Driscoll) Glass, 88, of Royal Court, Cumberland, died April 4, at Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. She was the beloved wife of the late W. Wesley Glass. Born in Lock Haven, Pa., a daughter of the late Howard and Elizabeth (Kast) Driscoll, she had lived in Hawthorne, N.J., moving to Cumberland 25 years ago. After her graduation from high school, she worked at the First National Bank of Sayre, Pa., until her marriage, upon which she devoted herself to raising her fam- ily. She later went back to work in the accounting department at the former Stearns Federated Dept. Store, before retiring. Mrs. Glass was a member of Calvin Presbyterian Church, Cumberland, where she served as a deacon, sang in the choir, and was a member of the Presbyterian Women. She is survived by two daugh- ters, Laura L. Rogers, and her husband, David, of Geneseo, N.Y., and Norma J. Kunis, and her husband, Paul, of Cumberland; two sisters, Ruth Phillips of Denver, Colo., and Betty L. Skinner of Milan, Pa.; and two grandchildren, Danielle L. Kunis and Christian P. Kunis. She was the sister of the late Gene Driscoll. A Service of Remembrance & Thanksgiving will be celebrated Saturday, April 13, at 11 a.m. in Calvin Presbyterian Church, 126 Angell Road, Cumberland. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours are respectfully omitted. Private burial will be in Arnold Mills Cemetery, Cumberland. In lieu of flowers, contribu- tions in her memory to Calvin Presbyterian Church Music Fund, 126 Angell Road, Cumberland, R.I. 02864, would be appreciated. For directions and guest book, visit www.bellowsfuneralchapel. com . Arrangements with Bellows Funeral Chapel, 160 River Road, Lincoln. OBITUARY KEEP YOUR BRAIN ON THE ROAD Even if the driver is using a hands-free model, talking on a cell phone while driving sharply decreases the brain activity needed to control a vehicle. This finding comes from researchers who used functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to record the brain activity of people who drove while having the task complicated by listening to speech. The results showed that listening while driving caused a 37% decrease in the brain activity needed to drive. If this is the extent to which a casual conversation compromises driving ability, one can only imagine what happens when drivers engage in intense arguments or, even worse, text message. Drivers are urged to keep their hands on the wheel and their brains on the road. The basic principle of insurance is to spread risk among a large number of people. Whenever a loss occurs, it is compensated out of funds of the insurer. Whether it's personal, business, or life insurance, our office designs and develops total insurance programs. To learm more about coverage, please call 769-9500. Our office is located at 389 Old River Rd., Lincoln. We are able to offer you superior coverage at a competitive price. NOTE: Because Medicare does not pay for all health care goods and services, it is recommended that a Medigap plan be purchased from a private insurance company to augment Medicare. Looking to rent or for a Rental? Call Lisa 465-0547 Call us for a "FREE market analysis" Member Proudly serving Northern Rhode Island 300 Front St., Lincoln 724-8660 WWW.LAMONTAGNEREALESTATE.COM SPRING SPECIAL JUST LISTED WE'RE HERE FOR YOU All you have to do is give us a call! LINCOLN: 400 NEW RIVER RD, Unit#305 Very desirable "top floor" unit with deck overlooking woods for ultimate privacy. 2 Beds, 1 Full bath, open floor plan with kitchen/living room/dining area. Laundry in building, stainless steel kitchen appliances, wall a/c unit. Double storage closets, carpeting and ceramic flooring. Condo fee includes heat and hot water, assigned parking spaces. Convenient to all major highways, Mass. line, malls, and bike path. For investors this is a real gem. Current rent is $1,250.00 per month. For owner occupied buyers will enjoy Lincoln's 35% homestead exemption. $154,900.

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