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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 06-13-2019

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26 THE VALLEY JUNE 13-19, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | NORTH SMITHFIELD BLACKSTONE WOONSOCKET EDITION Here are a few additions to our June Birthday Club. JUNE 12 Happy Birthday to our amazing grandson, Nathan Nichols! We love you! Pepere and Nana XOXO JUNE 14 Steven A. Robinson, Happy Birthday to my husband. Love, your wife Lacesta JUNE 26 Fallon Dubois, Happy 1st Birthday! Love, Grammie and Grampie BIRTHDAY CLUB The council also heard from North Smithfield Police Capt. Tim Lafferty, who requested the town contrib- ute at least half the $51,600 cost of replacing portable radios for all officers. He also requested the town fully fund the department's new Explorer youth program at $20,000 instead of the $4,000 recommended by the Budget Committee, a cost he said would cover uniforms, training for the officers in charge of the pro- gram and a stay at the Rhode Island Army National Guard's Camp Varnum. "We feel it's a very important part of our police department to start bridging the gap with the younger citizens of North Smithfield," he said. Councilors also heard from residents who spoke in favor of a $14,000 flood study of Cherry Brook recommended by Ezovski and the Budget Committee. The flooding, they said, is an ongoing issue that has affected houses around the waterway for several years. Vadenais told The Breeze councilors will consider both the tax rates as well as the overall budget during the next budget meeting. The council is scheduled to consider the budget on June 24. BUDGET From Page 5 Relay for Life set for Saturday SMITHFIELD – The Relay for Life of Northern Rhode Island, sponsored by the American Cancer Society, will be held on Saturday, June 15, from 2 to 11 p.m., at the Smithfield High School track, 90 Pleasant View Ave. This is a family event with fun- draisers for all ages. There will be face painting, games, bingo, music and more. For more information, visit www. or email Father ' s Day Gift Ideas Summer Hours Open 7 Days 11 a.m.-10 p.m. 4288 Diamond Hill Rd. Cumberland, RI 401-333-5053 Happy Father's Day! TAKE DAD OUT FOR A TREAT! Check out our Ice Cream Pie, Homemade Fudge & Candy Store. Hand-packed pints & quarts for Father's Day, Graduations or your next Barbecue! Proud Member of RI Farm Bureau OPEN EVERYDAY! Monday - Friday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Owned & Operated by the Polseno Family Farm & Greenhouses Check out our website: Scituate Nursery All Annual & Vegetable Plants NOW READY! Support Your Local Grower! DON'T FORGET DAD ON SUNDAY! 767 Hartford Pike, Scituate, RI 401-934-0581 LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION ~ Commercial • Residential Patio/Pavers • Brick Walkways • Stone & Block Walls Railroad Tie Walls • New Lawns • Plantings EXCAVATING • SEPTIC INSTALLS & REPAIRS With Experience to Back It Up! STILL THE BEST PRICES AROUND! 10% OFF Weeping Cherry, Kwanzan Trees & Lilac Bushes Fruit Trees, Blueberry & Raspberry Bushes & Grape Vines SPECIAL Quart Size Annuals $ 3.99 each or 2/ $ 7 MULCH & LOAM AVAILABLE Pick Up or Delivery SOD IS IN! PATIO TOMATOES ARE READY! Impatiens • Marigolds • Geraniums Begonias - Too many to list!!! Flat of Petunias $ 15.99 Hanging Flowering Pouch $ 19.99

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