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The North Providence Breeze 05-22-2019

The Valley Breeze Newspapers serving the Northern Rhode Island towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, Woonsocket, Smithfield, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, North Providence, Scituate, Foster, and Glocester

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©2019 BREEZE PUBLICATIONS INC. Living THE VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER MAY 22-28, 2019 Calendar 6 Entertainment 2 Real Estate 5 Classifi eds 8 QUICK INDEX @ Commemorate Memorial Day in the Blackstone Valley To honor members of the U.S. Armed Forces who died while in service and to remember the ulti- mate sacrifices they made for their country, cities and towns across the Blackstone Valley will host parades and ceremonies on Monday, May 27, and the weekend prior. While some observances are preceded by 5K road races, others are fol- lowed by celebrations featuring live music, food, and fireworks. From Woonsocket to Foster, here's a roundup of local Memorial Day events and what to expect in each community. Cumberland honors veterans with ceremony at Monastery A Memorial Day ceremony, orga- nized by the Cumberland Veteran's Council, will take place on May 27 at 11 a.m. at the Monastery, 1464 Diamond Hill Road in Cumberland. At the event will be the Cumberland High School band, the Cumberland Police Honor Guard, Mayor Jeff Mutter and other elected officials. Members of the National Guard will perform taps and a gun salute honoring veterans, and the Ladies Auxiliary will place flowers at monuments. In the event of rain, the ceremony takes place at American Legion Post 14 on Broad Street in the upstairs hall. Lincoln throws post-parade celebration at Chase Farm Lincoln's Memorial Day Parade, held rain or shine, starts at 11 a.m. on May 27 and will follow last See MEMORIAL, Page 2 Traditional Parenting JOHN ROSEMOND Serious behavior problems call for 'extreme' measures Concerning major behavior prob- lems, parents often tell me they've "tried everything." In more than 40 years of doing this "parenting expert" gig, I've never run across a parent who was telling the truth about that. Since the 1960s, we've drifted so far away from a commonsense under- standing of the fundamentals of child discipline that most parents have no concept of what "everything" can and in many cases should involve. A recent conversation with a single mom illustrates the point. She told me she'd tried "everything" with her disobedient, disrespectful, rebellious 13-year-old daughter. Turns out that "everything" has consisted of send- ing her to her room (which is full of See PARENTING, Page 4 RI Beef & Veal 60 Armento St. Johnston, RI 401-232-7220 Hours: Mon. 7 a.m.-1 p.m.; Tues.-Sat. 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Happy Memorial Day! Hamburger Patties $16.99 24 PER BOX Boneless Chicken Breasts $20 10-lbs. Party Wings $25.99 10-lbs. Ground Chuck 80/20 $22.50 10-lbs. 401-439-5227 (cell) Email me Let Andre "D"Agent be your Agent Together, we'll get home Make the RIGHT MOVE Buying OR Selling "Andy Goulet is the best of the best, Alltown is lucky to have him. Very hard worker. He went above and beyond." Al and Cynthia R. RIGHT MOVE "Andy Goulet was one of the most professional, dedicated agents that we ever had the opportunity of working with." Joseph and Amanda A.

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