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The Valley Breeze & Observer 06-06-2019

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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4 SMITHFIELD JUNE 6-12, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER | SMITHFIELD SCITUATE FOSTER GLOCESTER EDITION Pliés your inner dancer at Beyond the Barre SMITHFIELD – This January, Shaina Ziegler's dreams became a reality when she opened Beyond the Barre Dance Academy at 359 Putnam Pike. Though she opened a studio in the Sayles Mill in Lincoln in 2016, Ziegler said the Smithfield location was her dream come true. "It got to the point that the fear of not doing it outweighed the fear of doing it," Ziegler said. She and her fiancé, Mike Furia, spent seven months renovating the space from a "blank space," to a stu- dio with modern vibes for a creative learning experience for students. Ziegler began dancing ballet, tap, and jazz at 5 years old and contin- ued dancing through her life. She began assisting teaching at 13, and taught her own classes at 18. A North Scituate native, Ziegler coached the Ponaganset Middle School cheerleading team for three years, and choreographed for Ponaganset High School for a year in 2010. Beyond the Barre offers dance classes for ages 14 months to adults specializing in competitive dance and a variety of classes ranging from tap, hip-hop and acro, at all levels. The Putnam Pike space has two dance studios, both with spring- board floors to support dancers' knees. During her teaching, she earned multiple choreography awards at competitions and her routines placed first in national and regional competitions. Called BTB for short, Ziegler said her studio has many bee innuendos. She said she was inspired by the bee's physique, where it should be physically impossible for the insect to fly, but it does anyway. "It really resonates with what we do and what we teach here," Ziegler said. In addition to classes, Beyond the Barre teaches a competitive dance team, the Yellow Jackets. Ziegler and staff evaluate students for technique and abilities along with personality and leadership qualities and invites members in on merit. Ziegler said it is essential to her that her studio teaches students more than just dance, and to be good people as well. "Our motto is we teach valuable life lessons and just so happen to create passionate and talented danc- ers in the process," Ziegler said. Summer registration for classes is now open. To learn more about Ziegler and Beyond the Barre class- es, call 401-618-7018 or visit www. . SHAINA ZIEGLER Relay for Life returns SMITHFIELD – The annual summer Relay for Life of Northern Rhode Island fundraiser will return to the area on Saturday, June 15, beginning at 2 p.m. All proceeds from the event will benefit the American Cancer Society. This event is a fundraising family day, held at the Smithfield High School track, with music, food, face painting, carnival games, bingo and a raffle table. The Opening Ceremony kicks off at 2 p.m. Cancer survivors are invited to open the track and then enjoy an honorary dinner at 4 p.m. A special Luminaria Ceremony will be held at at 9:30 p.m. and the event will close by 11 p.m. Visit ernri . Charity Dog Wash Saturday SMITHFIELD – A Charity Dog Wash to benefit Vintage Pet Rescue will be held at Village Paws, 615 Putnam Pike, Saturday, June 8, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Baths include: nails clipped, ears cleaned and light brushing. There will be an extra fee for haircuts and de-matting. Prices are $20 for small dogs, $30 for medium dogs, $40 for large dogs and $45 for giant. All breeds are welcome. Reservations are suggested, but walk-ins are welcome. Proof of current rabies vaccinations are required. For more information, call 401-949-5000. Lego Club meets June 8 SMITHFIELD – East Smithfield Public Library, 50 Esmond St., will host its Lego Club on Saturday, June 8, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Visit the library and build, create, and share your techniques with other kids who enjoy Legos. Use the library's Legos or bring your own. This drop-in program is for children ages 4-12. Call the library at 401-231-5150. IN BRIEF ABOUT US The Valley Breeze is a locally owned newspaper Office location: 6 Blackstone Valley Place, Suite #204, Lincoln, RI 02865 Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Closed weekends and holidays. Call us: 401-334-9555 Fax: 401-334-9994 Online: READER SERVICES DO YOU HAVE A STORY IDEA? Contact Laura Colantonio at laura@ or call 401-334-9555, ext. 145. 24-hour, 7-day voice mail. ADVERTISING – Call your sales representative, or Publisher Tom Ward at 401-334-9555, ext. 123 or email: tward@ CLASSIFIEDS – Place ads at, or call 401-334-9555 during office hours. 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News aggregators that solicit advertising may not link TOWN OF FOSTER - COLLECTOR'S SALE OF ESTATES FOR TAXES AND/OR ASSESSMENTS DUE AND UNPAID e undersigned, Tax Collector, of the Town of Foster, hereby gives notice that she will sell at public auction to the highest bidder in the Town House located at 180 Howard Hill Road, Foster, Rhode Island on the 27th of June, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. Local Time, the following described parcels of real estate (for the levy upon which notice is hereby given) or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the real estate taxes, and/or assessments which constitute a lien thereon, together with the costs and interest thereon, and the costs and charges incident to this sale. Each of the following described parcels of real estate will be sold for the payment of the taxes assessed. Information as to the nature of the said taxes and the amounts due on the several parcels may be obtained from the undersigned, and will be announced at the sale. Be advised that if your property in which you have a substantial interest is sold at tax sale, then you have one year to redeem it through the Collector's Office or through the tax sale purchaser by tendering the real estate taxes, sewer and/or assessments paid, plus a ten per- cent penalty on the tax sale amount, plus one percent interest on the tax sale amount per month from the seventh month onward. Aer the passage of one year, you may exercise your right to redeem through the tax sale purchaser or his attorney, or, if a petition to foreclose your right of redemption has been filed in Superior Court, you may redeem through the Court until a final decree is entered forever foreclosing your right of redemption. For a more particular description of the said estates, reference is hereby made to the records and plats in the office of the Clerk of said Town of Foster. TERMS: CASH OR BANK CHECK ONLY Nancy Delaere, Tax Collector, Town of Foster Estate Taxed To: Estate Taxed To: Estate Taxed To: BARVI LLC ESTATE OF JESSINA A TUCKER WILLIAM THATCHER Property Location: Property Location: Property Location: 59 KENNEDY ROAD 9 WALKER ROAD 7 WALKER ROAD FOSTER RI 02825 FOSTER RI 02825 FOSTER RI 02825 Parcel ID: 04-0001 Title Code: 4 Parcel ID: 05-0040 Title Code: 5 Parcel ID: 05-0041 Title Code: 6 Estate Taxed To: Estate Taxed To: Estate Taxed To: HAZEL JENISON & MARY A CONN CHEPIES HLD CO INC ERNEST R LOWELL & LYNN L Property Location: Property Location: CENTOFANTI 0 SOUTH KILLINGLY ROAD 0 FOSTER CENTER ROAD Property Location: FOSTER RI 02825 FOSTER RI 02825 5 SHIPPEE SCHOOLHOUSE ROAD Parcel ID: 07-0079 Title Code: 9 Parcel ID: 11-0055 Title Code: 16 FOSTER RI 02825 Parcel ID: 13-0056 Title Code: 17 Estate Taxed To: Estate Taxed To: Estate Taxed To: WAYNE A JANDRON & TOWN OF FOSTER PEDRO PROPERTIES LLC REBECCA MONTELLA & DAVID Property Location: Property Location: PAOLINO & ONDREA B PAOLINO 0 DANIELSON PIKE 91 DANIELSON PIKE Property Location: FOSTER RI 02825 FOSTER RI 02825 140A EAST KILLINGLY ROAD Parcel ID: 14-0096-A Title Code: 18 Parcel ID: 14-0100 Title Code: 19 FOSTER RI 02825 Parcel ID: 16-0058 Title Code: 20 Estate Taxed To: Estate Taxed To: Estate Taxed To: TURNQUIST LUMBER CO TURNQUIST LUMBER CO TURNQUIST LUMBER CO Property Location: Property Location: Property Location: 0 WINSOR ROAD 0 WINSOR ROAD 0 WINSOR ROAD FOSTER RI 02825 FOSTER RI 02825 FOSTER RI 02825 Parcel ID: 17-0082 Title Code: 21 Parcel ID: 17-0082-A Title Code: 22 Parcel ID: 17-0082-B Title Code: 23

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