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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 06-13-2019

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22 IN OUR SCHOOLS JUNE 13-19, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | NORTH SMITHFIELD BLACKSTONE WOONSOCKET EDITION Beacon Charter High School for the Arts Class of 2019 WOONSOCKET - Beacon Charter High School for the Arts announces its graduates of the Class of 2019. School of Visual Arts: Nathaniel Bento Sophia Bowbroski Mikayla Bond Brooke Boulet Maxwell Carnevale Danny Cournoyer Kalista Ewing Brianna Giarusso Ethan Gottschalk Noah Hermanson Anna Hughes Evan Knudsen Gabrion Lacroix Baye Lo, Jr. Ella Menoche Jada Nichols Lydia Niedzwiadek Riley Nunes Samantha Simson Ayva Smith Andi Szurley Emily Wheaton Alexandria Woodie Maia Young-Ondrasek School of Culinary Arts: Raychel Allard Yahaira Angel Zero Barthberger Madison Cabral Kelsie Desfosses Nicole Gaudet Hannah Goodier Kyasia Harris D'Zia Morales Curet Megan Orlando Ja-Mere Pina Axel Quinones Michael Rannacher School of Theatre Arts: Lauren Borque Alex Brunelle Isabella Castillo Sydney DelFarno Gian DiManna Aisha Drammeh Kyle Falco Juan Guevara Kylie Hartley MacKenzie Jackson Gabriel Jolicoeur Jonah King Dajia Lareau D'Andre Lavallee Mary Melo-Severino Lili Mingolla Julysa Nolasco Michael Rodriguez Nicholas Schiavo Mason Shivers LILI MINGOLLA of North Smithfield, MIKAYLA BOND of Woonsocket, MASON SHIVERS of Pawtucket, JADA NICHOLS of Woonsocket, KYLE FALCO of Smithfield and DRE LAVALLEE of Woonsocket clown around before the start of graduation last Saturday. Valedictorian LYDIA NIEDZWIADEK of North Smithfield addresses her classmates. GIAN DIMANNA of Smithfield receives an award for theater from Theatre Arts Director JASON LECLAIR. RILEY NUNES of Warwick and JONAH KING of Cranston take a selfie as they get ready to process in with their graduating class. BREEZE PHOTOS BY LAUREN CLEM 2044 Smith St., North Providence, RI (401) 231-2370 fax (401) 232-9220 Congratulations! You're Engaged! Come see the largest selection of tuxedos and accessories in RI for all your formal wear needs! Ask about our Wedding Specials Ask about our Wedding Specials Ask about our Wedding Specials ADDRESSING CONTINUING CONCERNS Business co-owners should be careful not to get so caught up in the minutiae of daily operations that they neglect to take a longer view. While sales and payroll may be of immediate concern, death and disability present themselves as distinct (if somewhat vague and remote) threats. Those with a wider perspective know that provisions must be in place in the event a business owner dies or become disabled. The solution rests with the legal document known as a "buy-sell agreement." Funded by life and disability insurance, it is a legally binding agreement between co-owners that helps ensure the continuity of their business if a co-owner dies, is forced to leave the business, or chooses to leave. Business specialists and financial planners often recommend life insurance to ensure that a buy–sell agreement is funded properly. This guarantees that there will be money available should the buy–sell event become a reality. The typical structures of buy-sell agreements are cross- purchase plans and entity redemption plans. To learn more about these types of buy-sell agreements, please call HUNTER INSURANCE, INC. at 769-9500. We are located at 389 Old River Rd., Lincoln. We are celebrating our 30th anniversary this year! NOTE: With a buy–sell agreement funded by life insurance, the company or the individual co-owners buy life insurance policies on the lives of each co-owner.

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