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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 07-30-2020

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19 REAL ESTATE / ENTERTAINMENT JULY 30-AUGUST 5, 2020 | VALLEY BREEZE LIVING EDITION Woonsocket real estate brokerage rebrands as Re/Max Premier Properties WOONSOCKET – Re/ Max Integra, the largest sub- franchisor of Re/Max LLC., has announced that broker/ owner Duane Boucher of Boucher Real Estate in Woonsocket has affiliated and re-opened his doors as Re/ Max Premier Properties. Boucher has 22 years of real estate leadership. Boucher was first introduced to real estate by his father who was a Realtor, builder, developer and property manager. Throughout his career, Boucher has received numer- ous accolades for service and sales from both his fellow Realtors and clients. He has been the Northern R.I. Board's top producing Realtor for years 2009, 2011, 2016, 2017, and 2018 and consistently receives production awards for excellence in sales achieve- ment. Boucher has received the Five Star Award for supe- rior service and overall cus- tomer satisfaction every single year since the program's incep- tion in 2012. Boucher has served two terms as president of Statewide MLS, was selected as 2017 R.I. Realtor of the Year and currently serves as chairman of the state's Professional Standards Committee. He is also serving as a director on the Northern R.I. Board and has assisted on various com- mittees over the years to sup- port the organization. When asked why he decided to make the move to Re/Max, Boucher said, "The power of the Re/Max brand is undeni- able. It's the most well-known and well-respected name in the business. Re/Max's values mirror our own and we feel right at home in every way. The emphasis on professional- ism, cutting-edge marketing, and community service are what we're all about. Re/ Max is the home of the top producer, and that's where we belong." Bain Healy joins Re/Max Town and Country CUMBERLAND – The Kathy Bain Farrell Team announces the addition of Patty Bain Healy to the Re/ Max Town and Country Office. Bain Healy joins the real estate industry after 25 years of experience in marketing and brand management at Dunkin' Brands, the parent company of Dunkin' and Baskin Robbins. She received her under- graduate degree from Boston College's Carroll School of Management and her MBA from Babson College. "I'm excited to transfer my leadership and relationship management skills from fran- chising to home buying and selling. I loved the challenge of building a brand that met both consumer needs and busi- ness owner success metrics. I can imagine nothing more rewarding than coaching cli- ents through one of their most memorable life decisions – the purchase of a place they will ultimately call home or the sale of a property that has meant so much to them. Proud to be doing business back in my hometown of Cumberland." BAIN HEALY Picnic on the grounds of The Breakers, The Elms and Green Animals NEWPORT – A new experience is coming to the Newport Mansions, and it's designed for people who want to enjoy the outdoors in some of the most beautiful settings in New England. The Preservation Society of Newport County's new "Stroll the Gardens and Grounds" experience gives visi- tors the opportunity to picnic on the historic landscapes of The Breakers, The Elms and Green Animals Topiary Garden in Portsmouth. This new specialty ticket includes outdoor-only access to all three properties, and costs $18 for adults and $8 for youth, ages 6-17. The three proper- ties can be visited on different days. The grounds will be open during the following times: The Elms, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., with last admission at 4 p.m.; The Breakers, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., with last admission at 5 p.m.; and Green Animals, 10 a.m.-sunset, with last admission at 7 p.m. Tickets are now available through NewportMansions. org . The ticket does not include interior entry to The Breakers, The Elms or Brayton House at Green Animals. CRANSTON – Andrew and Jennifer (Brodeur) Loiselle announce the birth of a son, IAN ROBERT LOISELLE, on May 2. Ian is the grandson of Gil and Kathy (McLean) Loiselle, and Richard and Marcia (Worrall) Brodeur. LINCOLN – Nicole Cabral and David Booth announce the birth of a daughter, BRIANA LENORE CABRAL, on June 10, at Kent Hospital. Briana weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces. She is the granddaughter of Margaret Weigner and Victor Cabral of Lincoln, and Karen Booth of Woonsocket. She is the little sister of Alyson Jaymes Cabral. CUMBERLAND – Andre and Megan (Corbeille) Menard announce the birth of a son, CAMDEN RAY MENARD, on March 29, at Women & Infants Hospital. Camden weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces. He is the grand- son of William and Michelle Corbeille of Woonsocket, and Roland and Jackie Menard of North Smithfield. He is the little brother of Molly Menard. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS

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