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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 07-23-2020

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10 WOONSOCKET JULY 23-29, 2020 | VALLEY BREEZE | NORTH SMITHFIELD BLACKSTONE WOONSOCKET EDITION BREEZE PHOTOS BY BILL MURPHY MATT DRAKE, left, of Bellingham, Mass., and CARLOS RAMIREZ, of Woonsocket, take to the Blackstone River for a morning of fishing along the Blackstone Bikeway at the River's Edge Recreation Complex in Woonsocket July 11. JACOB CLOUTIER, 6, of Cumberland, proudly shows off the fall fish he caught during a morning of fishing off of the Blackstone Bikeway in Woonsocket. Jacob released his catch and let him swim off on his way. He and his dad, Jason, were enjoying the perfect weather at the River's Edge Recreation Complex. LAUREN BOTELHO, left, of Bellingham, Mass., walks while her husband JASON rollerblades on the Blackstone Bikeway at the River's Edge Recreation Complex in Woonsocket. Summer on the Blackstone Bikeway Good Shepherd announces 8th-grade graduates WOONSOCKET – Good Shepherd Catholic Regional School held a graduation liturgy and cer- emony at St. Joseph Church on June 22. The liturgy was led by the Rev. Ryan Simas, pastor of St. Joseph Church. Music was provided by Hannah and Olivia Kline and Isabella Giacobbe. Welcoming remarks were given by Brendan Koss; readings by Greer Cournoyer and Emma Ergott; and The Prayer of the Faithful was led by Madison Williams. The graduation exercises immedi- ately followed the liturgy. The salu- tatorian address was given by Greer Cournoyer and the valedictorian address was given by Emma Ergott. The Student of the Year award, voted on by the faculty and staff, was presented to Greer Cournoyer. A special scholarship donated by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lepine in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Wante and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lepine was presented to Alexis Robillard who will be attending Mount Saint Charles Academy. Eighth-grade graduates are: Cara Adams, Yasleiny Campos, Alessandra Carcifero, Greer Cournoyer, Tyler Dias, Zoey Elston, Emma Ergott, Olivia Harnois, Osayuwamen Idahosa, Brendan Koss, Sawyer Langton, Zachary Lizotte, Riley Peck, Katelyn Picard, Alexis Robillard, Yelainny Rodriguez, Danny Saengsyri, Nabou Thiam, Benjamin Villatoro and Madison Williams. Consumers Propane 762-5461 BOUSQUET OIL 769-0146 139 HAMLET AVE. WOONSOCKET, RI 02895-0628 Service – SALeS – iNSTALLATiON Of gAS & OiL heATiNg equipmeNT • Boilers • Furnaces • Hot Water Heaters WE FILL GAS GRILL TANKS Is your will or trust over 5 years old? Call for a review JOSEPH J. ROSZKOWSKI Attorney at Law Serving the people & businesses of Northern R.I. for over 50 years. Estate Planning | Wills | Trusts | Probate & Estate Litigation Real Estate & Title Closings 2178 Mendon Road, Suite 300, Cumberland, RI 02864 • 769-3447 AUTO INSURANCE MISTAKES TO AVOID Because automobile insurance is so standard, the policies are often pretty straight forward. However, there are still mistakes you can make when setting up the policy that can cost you money you don't need to spend. Adding your spouse and teen drivers to your policy may be obvious, but are there other people that will be driving your car regularly, such as a childcare worker or grandparent? If you state that your parking location is inside a garage, you may not be covered for damage when parked on the street in front of your home. Be accurate about the miles you are going to drive, so there are no discrepancies, and always report any traffic violations or accidents. At HUNTER INSURANCE, INC., our agents will determine the appropriate amount of coverage limits and discounts available to policyholders. Consumers can save money for a variety of reasons, including driving vehicles with anti-theft devices, completing a driver's education course or for being a senior citizen. To learn more, please call 769-9500, or visit our agents at 389 Old River Rd., Lincoln. As an independent Trusted Choice agency, we are able to choose from a group of reputable insurance companies and underwriters, offering superior coverage at a competitive price. P.S. Failure to report a longer daily commute or a new address to your auto insurance company may result in loss of discounts. Peter J. HoPkins ~ Attorney At LAw ~ DUI/RefUsal • CRImInal Defense TRaffIC VIolaTIons • JUVenIle CRImes PeRsonal InJURy • PRobaTe • DIVoRCe Admitted to the Practice of Law in Rhode Island and Massachusetts Retired Police Prosecution Officer CALL 401-356-1043 191 Social St., Suite 280, Woonsocket, RI Rhode Island does not have a procedure for certificate or recognition of specialization by lawyers.

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