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The North Providence Breeze 06-13-2018

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14 BUSINESS / THE VALLEY JUNE 13-19, 2018 | VALLEY BREEZE | NORTH PROVIDENCE EDITION Shorey named to '40 Under Forty' CUMBERLAND – Valley Breeze Managing Editor Ethan Shorey has been named by Providence Business News as one of its "40 Under Forty" winners for 2018. "The women and men to be rec- ognized in the 2018 edition of the competition were chosen from nearly 200 applicants, the most submissions PBN has ever received, and they will be profiled in an upcoming special section of PBN," states the publica- tion in an announcement. It adds, "The 40 Under Forty win- ners were selected based on career success and community involvement. All are young professionals who have committed to making a difference on a local, national or international scale." Shorey, 36 said he's grateful for the honor. "I'm thrilled about the recognition, and even more happy that it will bring attention to the importance of quality local news coverage to com- munity life," he said. Shorey has been with The Breeze his entire career. He lives in Cumberland with his wife, Mikaela, and children, Wesley, 7, Everett, 4, and Añalia, 2. In addition, two board of direc- tors members of the Northern R.I. Chamber of Commerce, in Lincoln, were honored. They include Junior Jabbie, president of Banneker Industries in North Smithfield, and Elizabeth Catucci, director of market- ing at Batchelor, Frechette, McCrory, Michael & Co., accountants. ETHAN SHOREY, managing editor for The Valley Breeze, was named to Providence Business News' "40 Under Forty 2018." 'Art of the Real Deal' leadership conference June 29 SMITHFIELD – The Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership at Bryant University will host The Art of the Real Deal: Responsiveness vs. Responsibility on Friday, June 29, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Bryant University's Academic Innovation Center, 1150 Douglas Pike. Keynote speaker will be A.B. Stoddard, associate editor of RealClearPolitics and commentator on CNN and FOX. For more information, visit https:// tinyurl.com/yd4bfe4m . Register at https://tinyurl.com/ y9zfgyss . NRI Chamber hosting Networking at Night June 28 SCITUATE – The Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce will host a Networking at Night event at Navigant Credit Union, 35 Danielson Pike, Scituate, on Thursday, June 28, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Cost is $10 for members, $30 for nonmembers. Visit www.nrichamber.com or call 401-334-1000. Hospital Trust National Bank pension help available BOSTON – The New England Pension Assistance Project, a non- profit organization which provides free assistance with pension ques- tions and problems, has recently helped some former employees of the Rhode Island Hospital Trust National Bank to get the pen- sions they earned as Hospital Trust employees. If there are other former R.I. Hospital Trust employees who think that they too may be owed a pen- sion, they should contact the New England Pension Assistance Project at 1-888-425-6067 or online at www. umb.edu/pensionaction/contact. The New England Pension Assistance Project is funded by a grant from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, and all ser- vices are free and confidential. 'In Your Neighborhood' campaign highlights several NP women EAST PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Medical Imaging is celebrating its 75th anniver- sary by highlighting some of its patients in a grassroots "In Your Neighborhood" campaign. Using billboards, print ads and social media, RIMI patients become part of stories reflecting how they have come to rely on RIMI's network of 14 high-tech medical diagnostic offices. To kick off the campaign, four North Providence women are featured in ads highlighting mam- mograms. The women rely on RIMI's radiologists, each with their own subspecialty. In this case, it means that only radiolo- gists who have special training in reading mammograms read their mammograms. "As the largest private radiology practice in the state, RIMI is dedi- cated to providing patients with the most accurate imaging reads," said Dr. John Pezzullo, RIMI's president. RIMI's "In Your Neighborhood" will also be highlighting three generations of one family that have been using RIMI's services over the decades. Patients from East Greenwich and Pawtucket will also appear in future "In Your Neighborhood" campaigns. Visit www.rimirad.com for more information. Mount's Fine Arts Summer Camp is July 16-27 WOONSOCKET – The annual Fine Arts Summer Camp will again take place at Mount St. Charles Academy, Logee Street. The camp is a two-week, co-ed program for any child enter- ing grades 5 to 10 in the fall. Campers create a six-course schedule choosing from more than 100 fun and educational classes in art, dance, music, drama, geocaching, archery, and many more. The camp will take place from July 16-27, daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuition is $370 and includes materials. For more information, visit www.mountsaintcharles.org/ fineartssummercamp. IN BRIEF Recycle old dehumidifiers Saturday JOHNSTON – Rhode Island Resource Recovery and National Grid are inviting Rhode Island residents to recycle old dehu- midifiers on Saturday, June 16, from 8 a.m. to noon, at Resource Recovery, 65 Shun Pike, in Johnston. For more information about the dehumidifier turn-in event and for full eligibility requirements for rebates, visit https://tinyurl.com/ y8rn8gfz . Letters to the Editor Letters to the Editor are welcome from readers. Please: • Limit to 500 words. Longer letters may appear online only. • Letters on local or state topics and issues will take precedence over those on national issues. • No more than one letter per person every 8 weeks, please. • All letters must be signed and include a hometown. 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