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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 04-12-2018

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24 SPORTS & RECREATION APRIL 12-18, 2018 | VALLEY BREEZE | CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION Cumberland High junior MOLLY HAYDEN, center, who is a member of the school's girls' swim team, held a swim-a-thon on Jan. 6 at the Clippers' pool that featured a few of the area's high schools and raised over $2,200 for the Hasbro Children's Hospital's CHIPS (Children's Integrative Therapy Pain Management and Supportive Care) program. Hayden, who was diagnosed with leukemia near the end of her freshman year, made a strong comeback from the illness and swam in the 100-yard backstroke for this past year's team. She recently presented the check at the therapy center and reunited with some of her therapists, from left, Tiffany Silliman Cohen, Tara Brown, Angie Anderson, and Carolyn Wren. (Stella Moreira was also one of Hayden's therapists.) Funds are continuing to be donated and may still be submitted by sending a check to the Hasbro Children's Hospital with a note in the memo section of the check that it is for the CHIPS program. CHS swim-a-thon benefits Hasbro's CHIPS program her place fifth in a competi- tive women's field in a 17:01.6 time. Dionne also ran in the Hartford Marathon last Oct. 14 and took third place in 1:15.54, and in the follow- ing month's Philadelphia Marathon, she placed fourth in 2:43:35. Among the local runners to follow in this year's race are former Cumberland High runner Jason Reilly, who has resided in East Greenwich for the past four years and will be running in his eighth straight marathon, and Cumberland's Mike Muschiano, who will make his fourth trip in the last five years. The 35-year-old Reilly, who finished the 2013 and 2014 races in under 2:40, clocked a 2:42:43 in last year's race, and MARATHON From Page 22 Continues on next page Cumberland/Lincoln; Abbotts Run Brook in Cumberland; and Adrich Brook (Butterfly Pond), Lincoln Woods State Park, Olney Pond, Upper Rochambeau Pond, and Memorial Park Pond in Lincoln; and Geneva Brook & Pond in North Providence. Also Harris River and Sylvester's Pond in Woonsocket; Tarkiln Pond in North Smithfield; Chepachet River; Mowry A.L. Pond and Woonasquatucket River in Smithfield, Peeptoad Brook and Spring Grove Pond in Glocester, Dexter Pond and Pawtuxet River (Hope Mill Dam) in Scituate, Dolly Cole Brook, Hopkins Mill Pond, Ponaganset River, Shippee Sawmill Pond, Winsor Brook, and Foster Green Acres Pond in Foster, and Branch River, Wallum Lake, Clear River, Peck Pond, Round Top Ponds, and Lapham Pond in Burrillville. A current fishing license and a Trout Conservation Stamp are required to keep or possess a trout or fish in a catch-and-release or "fly-fishing only" area. The daily creel and possession limit for trout is five from Saturday through Nov. 30, and two from Dec. 1 through Feb. 28, 2019. License fees are $18 for Rhode Island residents and current members of the Armed Forces, $33 for a com- bination hunting and fishing license, $35 for non-residents, and $16 for a tourist three-consecutive-day license. Licenses are also free for anglers over 65 (trout stamp not required), as well as for those with a 100-percent dis- ability. Visit www.dem.ri.gov to purchase a license, for a complete list of stocked waters, or for more information. FISHING From Page 23 do you know? You're holding 1 newspaper, but we fi ll 5 every week! They're all at valleybreeze.com Talk wiTh us... we can save You MoneY! FRee esTiMaTes FullY insuReD 401-723-4548 PAWTUCKET, RI www.statesidesiding.com R.I. Lic. #1576 MA. 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