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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 11-27-2019

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2 CUMBERLAND NOVEMBER 27-DECEMBER 4, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION CUMBERLAND – The revamped CumberlandFest, aided by perfect weather and a series of new offerings, secured enough money to donate more than $20,000 to local youth groups, which for the first time this year included non-sports organiza- tions. Cumberland Youth Activities Council Chairman Alan Neville said organizers really saw this year's CumberlandFest in August as "the turnaround event," learning some valuable lessons and gaining confi- dence through record attendance of 13,000 people that CumberlandFest is back and ready to grow. Each of the beneficiary groups received between $1,000 and $4,000 in return for their volunteer hours with the event, with the Boy Scouts winning the largest share. "I think we could grow that amount in the future," said Neville of the donations to groups. CumberlandFest has always had a two-fold purpose of acting as the town's main summer event and support- ing the local youth groups, he said. As an added benefit, it also now draws more attention for Diamond Hill Park at a time when there's a groundswell of sup- port for improving the park. The Board of Directors of the CYAC, the nonprofit organization that runs CumberlandFest, last week announced the naming of Jerry Schimmel as executive director of CumberlandFest 2020. "We are delighted that Jerry accept- ed our invitation to assume the post of executive director," said Neville. "Jerry has been involved with the event since its inception, and his combination of experience, leader- ship style and commitment makes him the ideal person for this impor- tant role." Schimmel succeeds Ernest Labbe who served as executive direc- tor this year. Schimmel really expressed a desire to take the leadership position, said CumberlandFest announces $20,000 in grants, names Schimmel director By ETHAN SHOREY Valley Breeze Managing Editor ethan@valleybreeze.com Correction A story last week on the Cumberland Youth Soccer Association's offer to provide uniforms to the town's middle school soccer teams incorrectly stated that CYSA would be providing both the uniforms and practice shirts going forward. Only the uniforms will be an annual contribution, while the practice shirts fill a one-time need this year. SCHIMMEL See SCHIMMEL, Page 17 FRIDAY/SATURDAY SpecIAlS NOVeMBeR 29 TH & 30 TH , 2019 only. Michael's Meats Family Owned and Operated Since 1972 This Week's Specials Good From Thursday, November 29 TH -Wednesday, December 4 TH , 2019 Find out what's on sale at www.Michaels-Meats.com CUMBERLAND 2130 Mendon Road, 401-305-5555 FResh PRODUce FROM OUR Deli HOURS: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.; (Wed. closing at 6 p.m.); Saturday 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. TUeSDAY/WeDNeSDAY SpecIAl TUeS. & WeD., DeceMBeR 3 RD & 4 TH , 2019 only. north pacific scrod fillets $ 5 .77 lb freshly made solid white meat tunafish salad $ 3 .99 lb. california, seedless oranges large, sweet cantaloupe red seedless grapes fresh express garden salad blend freshly sliced, Boar's head deluxe Boiled $ 7 .99 lb. $ 1 .88 lb. 10 oz. pk. 99 ¢ ea. fresh spinach ham 99 ¢ lb. $ 3 .77 lb. extralean timmed pork tenderloin $ 5 .49 lb. $ 1 .99 ea. freshly sliced, Boar's head american cheese $ 7 .99 lb. certified angus trimmed Beef sirloin tips $ 2 .59 lb. all natural fresh grade a, already trimmed/split chicken cutlets michael's seasoned cheddar Burgers extra lean sirloin stirfry Beef $ 4 .99 lb. natural casing saugy franks $ 4 .99 lb. fresh veal leg cutlets $ 9 .98 lb. michael's Beef teriyaki sticks $ 9 .77 lb. $ 1 .99 ea. $ 5 .99 lb. to all our customers and friends! CLOSED THURSDAY OPEN Friday 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. 12 oz. pk. S STANLEY TREE Since 1986 • Professional High Quality Service At Reasonable Rates • Licensed Arborists • Serving RI & Nearby Mass. • Our Team Of Professionals Is Fully Equipped To Handle Your Job In A Safe Efficient Manner N. Smithfield, Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Affordable Solutions for Your Tree Problems Fully Insured Free Estimates 401-765-4677 www.StanleyTree.com Tree Removal Pruning Cabling Brush Mowing Stump Grinding Crane Service Plant Health Care Spraying/Fertilization TREE REMOVAL EXPERTS Affordable Solutions for Your Tree Problems Stump Grinding Plant Health Care Spraying/Fertilization TREE REMOVAL EXPERTS 2000 Mendon Rd., Cumberland, RI 02864 401-333-9855 www.depaultshardware.com WINTER HOURS: 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday - Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday 10% OFF All Husqvarna Toys

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