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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 05-09-2019

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30 THE VALLEY / OBITUARIES MAY 9-15, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION Beverly J. Biadasz Beverly J. Biadasz, 66, of Cumberland, formerly of Manville and Woonsocket, passed away May 5, at Elmhurst Rehabilitation, Providence. Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Stanley and Jeanne (Doire) Biadasz. She resided in Cumberland for the past 15 years. Miss Biadasz was formerly employed at the dental offices of Dr. Ziglebaum in Boston, Mass., for 10 years. She was previously employed in various administration positions in the automobile industry at Menard Ford and Siegel Motors. Beverly enjoyed walking the beach, photography, but she most enjoyed and loved her time with family, especially her nieces and nephews. She leaves her two sisters, Debra Meringolo and her husband, Dr. Robert Meringolo, of Cumberland, and Lisa Biadasz of Cumberland; her brother, Gary Biadasz of Whitefield, N.H.; her nieces and nephews, Courtney Menard and her partner, Nathan Audette, their three sons, Zion, Zavier and Zakai Audette; Seth Menard and his daughter, Brittany Menard; Gary Biadasz and his children, Nicholas, Sara Solesbee and her daugh- ter, Hailey; step-niece, Claudia Meringolo and her daughter, Athena; step-nephew, Christopher Meringolo. Beverly's Life Celebration will be held in private. For the online memorial, visit . BIADASZ do you know? You can place a Classified Ad anytime at Click on 'Classifieds' OBITUARY Mount holding merit scholarship auditions for new string program launching Fall 2019 WOONSOCKET – Mount St. Charles Academy, 800 Logee St., will hold auditions for merit scholarships in its new string music program on Tuesday, May 14 and Wednesday, May 15, from 3 to 4:30 p.m., in the school music room. The string program admits students in grades 6-12. Students will be asked to play a prepared solo and two scales of their choice. Students who would like to audition for scholar- ships should contact Music Director Marc Blanchette at blanchettem@ to set up an audition time. Set to launch in September 2019, the string program is a partnership between Mount and the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and Music School. String program students will receive daily instruction from Mount faculty and master lessons and work- shops by Philharmonic musicians. The Mount instrumental music fac- ulty includes Blanchette, recipient of the Rhode Island Music Educator Association Meritorious Service Award and newly hired String Music Program Director Brian Rowe. Students will also have opportu- nities to attend R.I. Philharmonic Orchestra rehearsals and play along- side members of the Philharmonic Orchestra in special performances. In addition, Mount will support stu- dents who want advanced, special- ized instruction at the Philharmonic Music School. For more information, contact Marc Blanchette 401-766-2168 extension 112 or blanchettem@mtst- . St. James Church will hold Spring Flea Market Saturday LINCOLN – St. James Church, 33 Division St., will host a Spring Flea Market on Saturday, May 11, 9 a.m. -3 p.m., in the Father Brouillette Center. The event will include furniture, household goods, dishes, glassware, books, electronics, collectibles, lin- ens, fabric, baskets and more. The event will be held rain or shine. No early birds. All pro- ceeds will benefit St. James Parish Outreach Ministry and the Parish's Social Ministry programs. For more information, contact the parish office at 401-766-1558. Lincoln Garden Club will hold plant sale May 18 LINCOLN – The Lincoln Garden Club will be holding it's biennial plant sale on Saturday, May 18, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., outside the Chapel Street Congregational Church, 185 Chapel St. The club will be different varieties of tomato plants, peppers, herbs as well as many varieties of perennial flowers. The rain date is Saturday, May 25, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Lions Club will meet Wednesday CUMBERLAND – The Cumberland/Lincoln Lions Club will hold its monthly membership meeting on Wednesday, May 15, at 6 p.m., at J. Gray's Family Tavern, 405 Mendon Road. At this meeting, the club will elect officers and approve proposed changes to the bylaws. One the club's members will receive the Melvin Jones Fellowship award recognizing a Lions Club member who exemplifies all good work through volunteerism and ser- vice. New members are always wel- come. For further information, contact Rosa Branco, co-president of the Cumberland/Lincoln Lions Club, at For reservations, email Aaron Coutu at . Pasta dinner fundraiser Friday at K of C LINCOLN – A Pasta and Meatball dinner fundraiser to benefit a Veteran's Memorial project will be held Friday, May 10, at the Knights of Columbus hall, 171 Jenckes Hill Road. The event will include basket raffles and a cash bar. Tickets are $15 for adults; $8 for children 6-10; free for ages 5 and under. For tickets, call Tammy at 401-473- 7903. Plant sale at Cumberland Monestary May 18 CUMBERLAND – The Blackstone Valley Garden Club, the Apple Blossom Garden Club, and URI Master Gardeners will hold its annual plant sale Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Cumberland Monastery, 1464 Diamond Hill Road. Choose from a wide selection of healthy perennials and annuals ready to bloom in your garden. Event will be held rain or shine. So many papers, so little investment. To advertise, call Tammy at 334-9555, x121 Robert D. Oster, Esq. & Sarah Oster Kelly, Esq. Rhode Island does not have a procedure for certification or recognition of specialization by lawyers. 640 George Washington Hwy. Building B, Suite 103, P.O. Box 22003 Lincoln, RI 02865 ~ Free Consultations ~ ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW 724-2400 Website: Oster law offices TRUSTED FOR THREE GENERATIONS Have you had your legal checkup? Call our office for a review of your will and estate planning documents.

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