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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 7-18-13

The Valley Breeze Newspapers serving the Northern Rhode Island towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, Woonsocket, Smithfield, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, North Providence, Scituate, Foster, and Glocester

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Serving Cumberland and Lincoln JULY 18-24, 2013 FREE Breeze The valley berry pickin' days running water Join the do-it-yourself crowd and pick your own fruit. PAGE 35 Check out the local house that's built over a waterfall. LIVING @ "Like" us on Search for The Valley Breeze Newspapers Dream team Turf's up Million-dollar surface will cover Tucker Field in time for football season 'This will give us a first-class image.' By MARCIA GREEN Valley Breeze Editor valley breeze photo by paul r. dubois Girls just wanna have fun! Enjoying each other's company during a practice session before departing for Bristol, Conn., to take part in the Northeast Regional Tournament are these members of the Cumberland Little League Majors softball state champion all-star team. From left are Cassidy Carr, Ali Mowry, Mackenzie Vallely and Kaitlyn D'Abrosca. Cumberland softball girls heading to Northeast Regional Tournament By PAUL R. DUBOIS Valley Breeze Sports Editor CUMBERLAND – Alex Pina swears that she's going to have an anxiety attack. Alli Mowry can't wait to visit the ESPN studios, Chloe Kessler is anxious for that con- stant stream of popular music that pre-teen girls love, and quiet Jocelyn Bodington just wants to be with her extended family and have fun. Along with other members of the Cumberland Little League Softball Majors (11-12-year-old) all-star team, friends and family, they departed this morning for Bristol, Conn., where as COE Y COOE A N A YYSTTOR R Rhode Island champions, they will participate in the annual Northeast Regional Tournament at the Bart A. Giamatti Sports Complex. A caravan of vehicles collected at Bentley Field and began the trek to Bristol, where the girls will stay in dormitories See REGIONALS, Page 33 CUMBERLAND – The same firm that installed artificial turf at Gillette Stadium for the New England Patriots now has a $1 million contract to lay the same quality carpet at Tucker Field – in time for the Clippers' home football game against St. Raphael Academy on Oct. 4. The new surface is the final upgrade to the Tucker Field complex across from Cumberland High School that 198 F RONT S TREET , L INCOLN , RI CUMBERLAND – Plans to relocate the pond in front of the Diamond Hill Park stage to create a new "Cumberland Music Pavilion" were submitted to the state Department of Credit Cards Now Accepted on Self Service & Auto Bays! best car wash in town! NO BRUSH TOUCHLESS & SOFT TOUCH BRUSH WASH BAYS Self service bays • Self Service Vacuums ©2013 Breeze Publications Inc. See TURF, Page 24 Valley Breeze Editor Lincoln Auto Wash 1740 Lonsdale Ave., Lincoln, RI serves not only the school but community youth groups. The contract also includes replacing the surface of the running track. Mayor Daniel McKee told the Town Council last week By MARCIA GREEN S to re v e n ie n c e l C on 's O rig in a Lin c o ln L INCOLN S HOPPING C ENTER mckee Plans for new Diamond Hill Park music pavilion move forward AMILY F AMIL If w e don't have it, you don't need it! Daniel Mckee Cumberland mayor GIFFORD Environmental Management about a month ago, says George Gifford, of the Gifford Design Group in Cumberland. The two-inch See PARK, Page 25

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