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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 5-22-13

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Serving Pawtucket MAY 22-28, 2013 FREE Breeze THE VALLEY HISTORY COMES TO LIFE LET'S HEAR IT FOR HEALTH Cunningham Elementary School holds annual wax museum show. PAGE 8 Students get moving at Baldwin Elementary School health fair. PAGE 12 @ "Like" us on valleybreeze.com Search for The Valley Breeze Newspapers Warm hearts at Winters dance OLIVEROS FRAETTARELLI Oliveros, Fraettarelli are tops at Tolman High Pawtucket boasts first U.S. branch of cooking celebrity's home sales business By ETHAN SHOREY Valley Breeze Staff Writer ethan@valleybreeze.com PAWTUCKET – Alison Oliveros is valedictorian and Sierra Fraettarelli salutatorian for the Class of 2013 at Tolman High School. Oliveros, daughter of Martha Nemocon and Jose Oliveros, finished first out of 227 students with a final grade point average of 4.46 on a five-point scale. Fraettarelli, daughter of Frank and Cathy Fraettarelli, finished her high school career with a GPA of 4.40. Oliveros plans to attend Brown University to study premedical before heading off to medical school. Fraettarelli also plans on attending Brown, but she'll double major in graphic design and political science. Both are getting almost a full See TOLMAN, Page 14 'Jamie Oliver At Home' gets cooking in Hope Artiste Village VALLEY BREEZE PHOTO BY DAVID WUERTH It was all about family fun last Friday evening, as the Henry J. Winters Elementary School in Pawtucket, hosted their second annual mother/ son dance. The event, with a Luau theme, featured a DJ, dancing, contests, prizes and food and drew a large crowd of moms and their sons. JESSICA RAMOS dances with her son CHEYENNE GREGORY, 7, during the evening. See more photos on page 13. 548 Smithfield Ave., Pawtucket 401-556-1006 Owner, Nick Ferrante 6 Months Financing Available With Approved Credit HOME OF THE 10x10 KITCHEN Includes choice of 10 door styles, all wood construction in stains, paints & glazes. Also includes installation of new cabinets, choice of granite tops with stainless steel under mount sink, crown moulding, dovetail full extension slow motion draw glides and hardware. FREE in-home measure. .00 $4,995 Over 20 Years Experience Open 7 Days a week by appointment only Call Nick at 401-556-1006 Installation by Registered R.I. Contractors WWW.KITCHENSANDMOREONLINE.COM ©2013 BREEZE PUBLICATIONS INC. PAWTUCKET – Jamie Oliver, the international icon of cooking and party planning, has decided that the U.S. is his next frontier and Pawtucket's Hope Artiste Village will serve as the launching point for his latest venture. Jamie Oliver At Home, the North American offshoot of Oliver's Jamie at Home brand in the United Kingdom, offers an "exciting opportunity" to start and grow an independent business with a product anyone can be proud of, say those behind it. Company President and CEO Tim Brown, a former executive with Princess House, said he was drawn to the Hope Artiste Village at 1005 Main St. for one reason, its wildly popular Pawtucket Farmers Market and the desire to be among the droves of people who frequent it each week. "I said if we do this busi- JAMIE OLIVER, of the United Kingdom's Jamie at Home, has launched the North American branch of his party plan business, Jamie Oliver At Home, at the Hope Artiste Village in Pawtucket. ness with Jamie, I want to be in that hallway," said Brown. See OLIVER, Page 16

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