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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 11-21-2019

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6 SCOUTING NOVEMBER 21-27, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION LINCOLN – A pair of horseshoe pits, used by various community members outside the Columbus Club of Lincoln, were sinking into the dirt below them until a local Eagle Scout candidate decided to inject new life into the club's recreation area. The Columbus Club of Lincoln opens its doors to community mem- bers on a daily basis, including for youth sports leagues, family gather- ings, local fundraisers and Knights of Columbus meetings. In addition to a T-ball field outside of the club, amenities included horse- shoe pits that had long ago fallen into disrepair. With some help from members of his Boy Scout troop, Joseph Volpe spent several weeks refurbishing the horseshoe pits. Volpe, of Troop 1 Manville, com- pleted his Eagle Project as a result of his work at the club, where he restored the horseshoe pits by replac- ing the old wood with new wood, adding fresh sand, and laying con- crete under the wooden boards. He also installed a new park bench and built and installed wooden score- board near the pits. His project, made possible with help from Douglas Lumber and Smithfield Peat, is the second to be completed by Troop 1 Manville at the Columbus Club in recent months. In late September, Troop 1 Manville's Matthew Riendeau com- pleted his Eagle project by installing a new memorial for military veterans on the club property, which includes flag poles and a polished stone monument dedicated to each branch of service. Club President Raymond Hedenskog said he's grateful for the Scouts who have chosen to give back to a club that believes so strongly in charity and helping others. The club has served as a meeting place for the Scouts and a fundrais- ing hub for their Eagle projects, as well as a gathering place for Lincoln Little League, for the Rhode Island Grey Birds, a group of Vietnam and Korean War Veterans, church groups, and a place where, this December, a group of soldiers currently deployed in the Middle East will celebrate their homecoming. The Columbus Club of Lincoln is sustained by paid hall rentals and a liquor license, but the club offers the hall up at no charge for fundraisers by nonprofits and other charitable efforts. Scout gives back to Columbus Club with new horseshoe pits By NICOLE DOTZENROD Valley Breeze Staff Writer BREEZE PHOTOS BY NICOLE DOTZENROD JOSEPH VOLPE stands beside a wooden scoreboard he designed and built at Columbus Club as part of his Eagle Award project. JOSEPH VOLPE, of Troop 1 Manville, with one of the newly built horse- shoe pits he built and installed for the Columbus Club in Lincoln. L The Mini Dental Implant Center Plainville Dental Care 13 Taunton Street, Plainville, MA 02762 508-699-4822 Dr. Peyman Beigi, a graduate of Tufts University, School of Dental Medicine, is a proud member of the Massachusetts Dental Society & American Dental Association. Hablamos Español & e portugues • A Fast, affordable and permanent way to replace missing teeth or stabilize dentures in just one office visit! • Placing mini dental implants is quick, with a minimal invasive procedure. • Half the cost (and size of Conventional implants). • Less discomfort and less healing time needed. Are You Tired of LOOSE DENTURES or MISSING TEETH? Let Dr. Peyman Beigi introduce you to MINI DENTAL IMPLANTS $ 88 New Patient OFFER Includes: Tooth Whitening (home kit), Dental Cleaning, Check-up, X-Rays, Treatment Planning. Expires 12/31/2019 Evening & Saturday Appointments Available. Credit Cards & Most Insurance Accepted SAME DAY DENTAL IMPLANTS EXTRACTIONS, MINI IMPLANTS, CROWNS & DENTURES A value of over $400.00. Paid at time of service. You must present this coupon at time of service to receive the special offer. May not be used more than once and may not be combined with other offers or discounted plans. Paid at the time of service. Requires payment at the first visit. No cash value.

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