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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 08-08-2019

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16 THE VALLEY AUGUST 8-14, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | NORTH SMITHFIELD BLACKSTONE WOONSOCKET EDITION Farmfest event will benefit BV Boys and Girls Club BLACKSTONE – Farmfest, a fundraising event for the Blackstone Valley Boys and Girls Club, will be held on Sunday, Aug. 11, from noon to 6 p.m., at Wojcik's Farm, 65 Milk St. The event will feature food trucks, live music, a car show, children's activities, vendors and more. Admission is $5 per car; $10 per show car and $25 for VIP cars. For more information, call 401-480-1966. Inspirational speaker to visit Slatersville Congregational Church NORTH SMITHFIELD – Pam Garramone, founder of Thrive Boston, will offer a night of inspi- rational talk and coaching for women at Slatersville Congregational Church, UCC, 25 Greene St., on Wednesday, Aug. 14, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The event will serve as a fundraiser for the North Smithfield Food Pantry, with all donations and raf- fle proceeds supporting the pantry. No entrance fee is required but donations are welcome. Attendees are asked to bring items to donate to the pantry, including peanut butter, pasta sauce, juice, canned tuna or chicken, toiletries and women's sanitary products. Valley Tech to destroy Class of 2012 records BLACKSTONE – Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical School is notifying members of the Class of 2012 that all temporary records, including special education files and any other information not contained in student transcripts, will be destroyed on Thursday, Aug. 29. This is in accordance with state and federal regulations. If an alumnus of the Class of 2012 wishes to receive these records, they should send a written request specify- ing their name while in school and their year of graduation to Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical School, Student Services/Record Retention at 65 Pleasant St., Upton, MA 01568. Send all record requests before Aug 29. Call 508-529-7758, ext. 3013. St. Joseph Senior Group will meet Aug. 13 WOONSOCKET – St. Joseph Senior Citizens Group will meet Tuesday, Aug. 13, 1 p.m., at St. Joseph church hall, 1200 Mendon Road. Tickets for the meatloaf dinner on Tuesday, Aug. 20 will be available at the meeting. Here's what Senior Services is serving at its meal sites the week of Aug. 12-16. Monday – Senior Services is closed in obser- vance of Victory Day. Tuesday – Seasonal melon, honey-glazed chick- en, masked cauliflower, wax beans, brownie; or seafood salad on wheat Wednesday – Chicken soup, sloppy Joe sand- wich on whole wheat roll, three-bean salad, pud- ding; or sausage and pepper sandwich Thursday – Spit pea soup, Italian beef sand- wich, mashed carrots, peas, oatmeal raisin cookie; Greek salad with chicken Friday – Tossed salad, fish and chips, cole slaw, whole wheat roll, fruit; or pastrami Rueben on rye Donation $3. Mealsites in Woon-socket are located at Crepeau Court, Kennedy Manor and the Woonsocket Senior Center. Meadows Association will meet Tuesday NORTH SMITHFIELD – The Meadows Association will hold a Subway meal on Tuesday, Aug. 13. A 15-week fundraiser will begin Thursday, Sept. 5. The cost to join is $15 and weekly drawings of $25 will begin at the Sept. 5 bingo event and will continue each Thursday with grand prizes of $250, $175, and $100 being awarded the annual Christmas party on Dec. 18. Participants do not need to be present to win and winning tickets go back in the bin for future drawings. Tickets will be sold at the Sept. 5 bingo or contact Elaine at 401-597-0341. Monday bingo will resume on Sept. 30 with a $20 admittance fee for everything needed to play. Extra specials will also be sold. Snacks can be purchased and coffee is free. Doors will open at 11 a.m. and games begin at noon. Celebrating August birthdays are Sandy Maynard, Connie Roy and George Roy. The next association meeting will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 3. SENIOR LUNCH MENU SENIOR NEWS IN BRIEF Autumfest Committee announces fundraising competition WOONSOCKET – The Autumn-fest Committee announc- es a friendly, fundraising competition between all local non- profit organizations. The organization that raises the most money for Autumnfest until the deadline of Sept. 30, will be declared the "Autumnfest Non-Profit Winner." The top fundraising group will receive a trophy that will travel year to year to the win- ner's location and placement within the Autumnfest Parade with a banner declaring them the winner. "We are excited to announce this fundraising contest as a great way to build a partnership between Autumnfest and the many non-profit organizations in Woonsocket who have large networks of people that work and support the great work they do for our community," Garrett Mancieri, Autumnfest Chairman, said. It will be up to each organization to come up with different creative ways to raise money. Checks should be presented to the Autumnfest fundraising coordinator at their location and pictures will be taken and submitted to the local newspapers. For more information, send an email to Nicole Brien at ni- cole@bourgetgroup.com or call Nicole at 401-692-0576. Local Eats Uncle Ronnie's Restaurant & Red Tavern U R Fine Food & Spirit 568-6243 www.UncleRonniesRedTavern.com Hours: Closed Mondays; Tues-Sunday open at 11:30 a.m. SUNDAYS Noon to 8 p.m. All You Can Eat Chowder & Clam Cakes $ 7.99 PER PERSON OFFERING: Steamers, Chowder & Clamcakes and all your favorite Seafood Daily! 622 George Washington Highway, Unit 70 • Lincoln, RI 333-1593 Family owned and operated Sun.-Thurs. 6 a.m.-Midnight; Fri. & Sat. 6 a.m.-3 a.m. (Late Night) Online ordering for pick available at IHOP.com and delivery available on DoorDash ENTIRE GUEST CHECK BREAKFAST OR LUNCH Save 20% on your entire meal. (Regular price menu items only) Valid Anytime excluding holidays. 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Valid at participating IHOP locations listed above only. Dine-in only. Not valid with any other specials, discounts, senior programs or on Holidays. Limit one coupon per party. No cash value. Does not include tax and gratuities. Void if copied, photographed, scanned, reproduced, digitally or altered in anyway. ©2018 IHOP Restaurants LLC. IHOP COUPON FREE MEAL IHOP COUPON 20% OFF IHOP COUPON FREE MEAL DINNER Purchase any dinner entrée and two beverages from our regular menu and receive a second dinner entrée of equal or lesser value FREE (up to $11 value). Valid Anytime excluding holidays. Offer expires 8/18/19 Lincoln, RI location only.

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