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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 04-24-2019

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PAWTUCKET EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | APRIL 24-30, 2019 LETTERS / PAWTUCKET 9 Thanks to The Breeze for 'Championship Madness' A tip of the hat to the brain trust of The Valley Breeze for run- ning a well thought out and unique "Championship Madness" contest. Also, thank you for your prompt- ness in sending me my prize that I had the pleasure of sharing with Pete Riley of Providence. And, congrats to Beverly Farrell of Cumberland (2nd place), and also to Mike Tassone of Lincoln, chosen winner of a random drawing. In closing, the timing of my prize could not have been more perfect, as my daughter and I went to Boston for Patriot's Day. The day included the Red Sox game and watching some of the Boston Marathon. Again, thanks to the entire staff at The Valley Breeze. BOB FERRI Central Falls LETTER TO THE EDITOR BREEZE PHOTO BY CHARLES LAWRENCE RITA MCCARTHY, of Bellingham Mass., joins in helping to clean Galego Court in Pawtucket, as part of a day- long cleanup event in the city organized by the Neighborhood Alliance of Pawtucket last Saturday. Volunteers picked up trash and planted trees and flow- ers in spite of the rain and bad weather. Interfaith remembrance of the Holocaust set for May 1 PROVIDENCE – Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah) commemorates the annihilation of six million Jews, along with people of many nations who perished in the Holocaust as a result of the extreme racist attitudes, policies and actions carried out by Nazi Germany and its collaborators. The day also celebrates the heroism of Jewish resistance dur- ing this period. This year's statewide interfaith com- memoration of the Holocaust will take place at Temple Emanu-El, 99 Taft Ave., on Wednesday, May 1, at 7 p.m. The ceremony is multi-denom- inational, and all are invited to attend. Pawtucket Library awarded grant for digitization PAWTUCKET – The Pawtucket Public Library last week announced that it has been awarded a Library of Rhode Island grant of $49,775 from the Office of Library and Information Services. The grant allows the library to digitize microfilmed copies of The Pawtucket Times newspaper pub- lished between 1902 and 1947, making it available and search- able online. Online access to the newspaper will make local history of the region broadly available to researchers, states a release from the library. This grant will expand access to the Pawtucket Library Digital Newspaper project that the library started in 2018 with support from local donors, digitizing the local newspaper from 1886-1898 and 1921-1922. The digital archive may be found at www.pawtucketlibrary.org . The grant will expand access to the Pawtucket Library Digital Newspaper project that the library started in 2018 with support from local donors, digitizing the local newspaper from 1886-1898 and 1921-1922. YMCA will hold Healthy Kids Day Saturday PAWTUCKET – Several YMCA of Pawtucket branches, including Pawtucket Family YMCA, MacColl YMCA in Lincoln and Woonsocket YMCA, will be hosting a free com- munity event on Saturday, April 27, as part of the Y's Healthy Kids Day, a national initiative to help kids and families remain active throughout the summer. The event will feature fun activi- ties at each of the participating Y locations, and each branch will rein- force the importance of maintaining healthy routines and improving edu- cational achievement. Healthy Kids Day is free and open to the public, and will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Pawtucket Family YMCA, 20 Summer St., will feature activi- ties such as rock climbing and face painting, and will offer kids healthy snack options and chances to win prizes. For more information about the day's activities, families are encour- aged to contact participating branch- es directly. Visit the Y website at ymcapaw- tucket.org . Letters to the Editor Letters to the Editor are welcome from readers. Please: • Limit to 500 words. Longer letters may appear online only. • Letters on local or state topics and issues will take precedence over those on national issues. • No more than one letter per person every 8 weeks, please. • All letters must be signed and include a hometown. Send by e-mail to: news@valleybreeze.com, or mail to The Valley Breeze, 6 Blackstone Valley Place, Suite 204, Lincoln, RI 02865. 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