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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 06-06-2019

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14 LINCOLN JUNE 6-12, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION celebrated its 25th anniversary in the park. "Legend says that it could be the entrance to an intricate system of tunnels, trails and hollowed- out trees where a playful tribe of 'Funovitz' dwell," he said. "… Or it might be whatever you want it to be." Prachniak said parks and play- grounds are "special places for our bodies, minds and spirit," and that discovering elements like the door add to the experience for children and families. Unfortunately, the tree that the door was fastened to was complete- ly hollow and was encroaching on the park's chain-link fence. As part of the reconstruction of the town- owned recreation space, Parks and Recreation Director Alan Moreau said a number of trees are being taken out to improve the overall layout and functionality of Fairlawn Park. "The point of the project is to condense things and make it more efficient," he said. When complete, "people will be able to sit on the pavilion and have a clear line of sight to the playground, basketball court and other areas of the park." As for the fairy door, Moreau said he always liked that element of the park and hopes to find a way to incorporate it into the redesign, "as an ode to 'Prack,'" he said of his predecessor. In the meantime, Moreau told The Breeze that the fairies and their mystical counterparts are on a tem- porary vacation while construction is happening on their beautiful new neighborhood. "There's a lot of noise and activ- ity happening right now, but we hope to make up for it. Once everything is settled they'll come back from vacation to a bigger and better park," he said. "They're very excited." "Where should I have their mail forwarded?" Prachniak asked. The magical creatures could not be reached for comment. FAIRY From Page One Please let our advertisers know that you read about their products or services in The Valley Breeze Newspapers. Pack 711 Albion hosts annual car wash Saturday LINCOLN – Cub Scout Pack 711 Albion will host its annual car wash at St. Ambrose Church, School Street in Albion, on Saturday, June 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Consider a $5 donation to help fund the 2020 family trip. Lego Days at Lincoln Library June 8 and 22 LINCOLN – The Lincoln Public Library's, 145 Old River Road, Duplo and Lego blocks are available for cre- ative use by children ages 3 and older on Saturdays, June 8 and June 22, from noon to 4 p.m. No registration is required. VIP Valvoline Express Lube VIP Car Wash & Reconditioning OPEN 24/7 1740 Lonsdale Ave., Lincoln, RI 02865 401-722-8400 Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.-6 p.m. 401-722-8400 We offer full Auto Detailing starting at $200.00 EXPRESS DETAILING starting at $49.99 Includes Wash, Vacuum, Windows, Tire Dressing, Spray on Wax Call for an appointment • Check Engine Diagnostics • Tune Ups • Light Mechanic Duty • Brakes • Rotors • Struts • A/C Charge Offering

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