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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 06-25-2020

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8 SUMMER 2020 | THE VALLEY BREEZE 8 Joseph Domenico, DPM** FACFAS Brad Ciano, DPM**FACFAS Blackstone Valley Foot and Ankle, Inc. 345 Armistice Boulevard Pawtucket, RI 02861 401-725-5576 • www.bvfoot.com Foot & Ankle Surgery Sport Medicine Diabetic Foot Care Wound Care Management Custom Orthotics On-Site X-Rays Vascular Testing Ultra Sound Therapy Regenerative Injection Therapy *Diplomates, American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery® *Fellow American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Treating all aspects of foot and ankle pathology Authorized Supplier of Dr. Comfort® and SureFit™ Diabetic Shoes Now Accepting New Patients Taking all Covid-19 precautions with face to face appointments Offer Telemedicine for qualifying patients 3 Sherman Ave., Lincoln, RI 334-3937 Like our Facebook Page Golf and Dining Open to the Public Ask about our Senior Discounts CARTS NOW AVAILABLE Monday thru ursday $ 15 Friday thru Sunday $ 17 KITCHEN SPIRITS & FAIRLAWN GOLF @ JOIN US ON OUR COVERED DECK FOR OUTDOOR DINING Call for Reservations! New Indoor Dining Area OPENING SOON! Check out our Facebook page for entertainment schedule and daily specials. for having a safe yard sale this season. The Ohio Department of Health sug- gests that people can put up posters to remind customers to follow social dis- tancing and, similar to what Picard did, they can place tape that directs visitors to follow a certain path throughout the sale. Place tables and chairs at least six feet apart and clean them throughout the day, according to the guidelines, and disinfect any items for sale. If you're able you can also supply hand sanitizer for customers. Online posts for local yard sales are also making note of special precautions related to the virus. A post on the web- site Yard Sale Search for a multi-family yard sale in Burrillville said that masks and face coverings are required. "We will provide hand sanitizer and wipes," it reads. Another listing for a yard sale in Pawtucket asked folks not to forget their masks, saying "it's mandatory." Make sure to check with your local town or city hall to see if there are any SELLING From Page 6 BREEZE PHOTO BY MELANIE THIBEAULT LORRAINE PICARD, of Womantam Lane in Cumberland, made sure to remind people visiting her yard sale on June 6 to social dis- tance by writing it in big chalk letters at the end of her driveway. Pictured in the back is her husband Paul. additional regulations. Folks in North Providence, for example, are required to obtain a permit before having a yard sale, says Mayor Charles Lombardi. Cumberland officials noted that there are no additional rules, while in Pawtucket people don't need a license but they are limited to two yard sales per year, according to a city ordinance. With some donation centers, such as the Salvation Army, asking folks to not drop off items until the health crisis subsides, yard sales are one way that people are getting rid of items they've cleaned out when they had extra time during the stay-at-home order this spring. Being stuck at home gave people plenty of time to gather up items they no longer wanted, Sullivan said, adding that she decluttered things she "never would have gotten to if I wasn't home."

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