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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 11-19-2020

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14 WOONSOCKET NOVEMBER 19-25, 2020 | VALLEY BREEZE | NORTH SMITHFIELD BLACKSTONE WOONSOCKET EDITION 14 The Club Aram Pothier, Division of Richelieu USA, elected a new slate of officers at a meeting recently. Pictured, in back from left, are NORMAN DESMARAIS, vice president, and PIERRE RONDEAU, treasurer; in front, DENISE GAGNON, new presi- dent, accepting the gavel from outgoing president JULIEN BESSETTE, and TRUDY LAMOUREUX, secretary. St. Ann Arts and Cultural Center offers Trim A Tree classes WOONSOCKET – The St. Ann Arts and Cultural Center announces its annual Trim A Tree classes. In conjunction with Ann Jalette from Vose True Value Hardware, the center is presenting four classes in making a traditional tabletop boxwood tree for the holidays. Using fresh English boxwood, participants will learn to assemble their own boxwood Christmas tree and will decorate it choosing from a variety of decorations. Once fin- ished, participants will have a beau- tiful boxwood tree to take home with them. The classes are being offered on Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 1 and 2, at 1 and 6 p.m. Tickets are $50 and are available at Vose True Value Hardware or online at the center's website. Class size is limited and participants will be socially dis- tanced. Private classes can be scheduled for groups of 15 or more. Call 401- 486-9380 for more information. St. Agatha Seniors list celebrations, winners WOONSOCKET – St. Agatha Senior Group announces the fol- lowing celebrations and winners. Celebrating birthdays in September were Claire Theroux, Lorraine Lemoine, Aline Durand, Denise Chamberlin, Diane Leduc, Monique Noel, Dolores Blais, Constance Boisvert, Constance Bonin, Violet Brunetti and Marie Gomes. October birthdays are: Rita Keegan, Muriel Bouthillette, Alice L'Heureux, Leda Parent, Roger Dufresne, Judith Crones, Constance Gentili, Eugene Theroux and Linda Deguire. Celebrating wedding anniver- saries are: Roland and Constance Roy, 65; Rene and Jocelyn Joyal, 60; Gene and Carol Jalbert, 54; Guy and Claudette Duhamel, 62; Charles and Constance Boisvert, 55; Richard and Monique Auger, 46; and John and Jeannette Czerwin, 25. Monthly Club winners for July- October were: Normand Piette, Yvette Piette, Aline Durand, Marcel Hebert, Claire Brodeur, Doris Pariseau, Jean Giguere, Fran Robidoux, Jean Berard, Marcel Hebert, Gino Orazi, Beatrice Parent, Alice L'Heureux, Martha Cote, Robert Laplante and Muriel Bouthillette. St. Joseph Seniors announces winners WOONSOCKET – St. Joseph Senior Group announces winners of its Dollar-A-Month Club. September: Robert Joubert, Helen Nichols, Diane Fregeau, Lucette Martel, Lucille Ouellette, and Gary Plotkin. October: Pauline Bourdon, Barbara Carpenter, Irene Frigon, Claire Biron, Connie Harnois, and Esther Jalbert. Members celebrating birthdays include: • July: Charlie Boisvert, Gerry Giguere, Michelle McDonald, Donna Bourgeois, Connie Ethier, Sandra Therien, Aline Laramee, Edward Phillips, Barbara DeChristofaro, Gerry Robidoux, Gloria Belknap, Roger Dubois, Terry Pawlitschek, Lucille Gentili, and Lucienne Barbeau • August: Lucille Langevin, Gai Laplume Doris Denomme, Claire Phaneuf, Paul McDonald, Henry Jalbert, Shirley Levitre, Bernie Gamache, Lorraine Cournoyer, Gino Orazi, Connie Roy and Marjorie Mineau • September: Joan Joubert, Yvette Leclerc, Aline Durand, Denise Chamberlin, Robert Joubert, Jackie Auclair, Dot Mercer. Lucille Wegimont, Monique Noel, Claire Bouley, Jim Lemire, Priscilla Salley, Richard Desrosiers, Leo Grenier, Connie Boisvert and Marie Gomes. • October: Marion Matson, Claudette Souza, Lorraine Pace, Connie Lafontaine, Richard Guillet, Lucille Gingras, Mary Jane Jalbert, Mary Jane St Onge, Ray Aubin, Jeanne LeBlanc, Florence DeCubellis, Constance Gentile, Linda Deguire, Sue Hebert and Tina Galipeau Club Aram Pothier officers St. Michael Church holding second food sale WOONSOCKET – St. Michael Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 74 Harris Ave., is currently holding its second "Ukrainian Foods and More" frozen foods sale, through this Saturday, Nov. 21, at noon. Featured items are all being sold in frozen, ready-to-bake or heat-and-eat fashion. The delica- cies include vareneky (pierogies) in choice of two different fillings: either potato and cheese or cabbage (kopusta). Also available are frozen holubtsi (stuffed cabbage), which are available two ways, a 2.5 pound pan of ready-to-bake, or 1 pound package of cooked, ready-to-heat and eat. New offerings are also available, including borscht (beet) soup; fried perohe, stuffed with potatoes and cheese; and a 3/4 pound pack of kopsta (fried cabbage). For upcoming Thanksgiving des- serts, there is homemade frozen apple pie, or apple crisp; also ready to bake. Pumpkin and cranberry bread will also be available. Visit the online food offerings and place orders at St-michael-uoc. . Curbside pickup is Saturday, Nov. 21, from 9 to 11 a.m. SENIOR NEWS 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. 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