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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 06-13-2018

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8 PAWTUCKET JUNE 13-19, 2018 | VALLEY BREEZE | PAWTUCKET EDITION Shorey named '40 Under Forty' winner 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 Pawtucket Hall of Fame Committee seeks nominations PAWTUCKET – The Pawtucket Hall of Fame Committee is current- ly seeking nominations for the 2018 Pawtucket Hall of Fame. This annual signature event is a celebration to recognize those individuals whose efforts – in any line of endeavor – have made a lasting impact and highlighted the heritage of the citizens of the city of Pawtucket. Those receiving this award will be officially inducted into the Pawtucket Hall of Fame at an awards ceremony that will take place in October. Deadline for nom- inations and all letters of support is Friday, July 20. Nominees need not be born in, or native to, Pawtucket, but must have had some significant impact on the city as a whole. This award is given to those selected nominees who have gone "above and beyond" in their community service activi- ties, or who have been vehicles that shine a positive light on the city through their contributions or life accomplishments on a local, state or national level. A person is eligible for election to the City of Pawtucket Hall of Fame if that person meets any or all of the following criteria: Born in the city of Pawtucket or whose reputation was made while a resident of Pawtucket or who made Pawtucket the home of their business and who has made a lasting impact on the quality of life of the citizens of Pawtucket. To nominate a person to the Pawtucket Hall of Fame, send a let- ter of nomination to the chairperson listing the nominee's name and a statement why this person is being nominated. Additional letters from other indi- viduals supporting the nomination are strongly encouraged. When the committee is considering the nomi- nation, the person who made the initial nomination will be invited to come before the committee to dis- cuss the nomination. Letters of nomination should be mailed to: Patricia S. Zacks, chair, Pawtucket Hall of Fame Committee, Pawtucket City Hall, 137 Roosevelt Ave., Pawtucket, RI 02860. The deadline for nomination and all sup- port letters and materials is Friday, July 20. For more information, visit www. "Hall of Fame" or contact Patricia S. Zacks, chairwom- an, at 401-273-5367 or psz333@aol. com . Senior Center will host Flag Day ceremony Thursday St. Teresa Seniors choose executive board PAWTUCKET – Leon Mathieu Senior Center, 420 Main St., will hold a Flag Day ceremony and com- memoration, officiated by the Walter G. Gatchell VFW Post 306 Ladies Auxiliary, Thursday, June 14, at 12:30 p.m. The event will include patriotic songs, readings, and a ceremonial flag folding. Students of the United States Marine Corps Junior from Tolman High School will be perform- ing the Color Guard. This event is free and open to adults 55 and older. Attendees are encouraged to wear patriotic colors and veterans are urged to wear part of their uniform if possible. Light refreshments will be served following the ceremony. For more information, call 401-728- 7582. PAWTUCKET – St. Teresa Senior Citizens Group met June 7 to approve the executive board for the coming fiscal years Sept. 2018/June 2020. Officers are: Deb Seaton, president; Joanne Needham, vice president; Judith Winters, secretary; Carmen Petit, assistant secretary; Dotti Conway, treasurer; Ann Richard assistant treasurer; Jean Fugere, Tom DeFelco, Joanne Spadea, Joyce Trottier, and Carolyn Jackson, direc- tors. A formal installation will take place in September, after an Aug. 7 transitional board meeting. The members will celebrate Flag Day on Thursday, June 21, with a picnic catered by Mickey G's. The month will close with an "Islands and Lighthouse Cruise" with RIExperience travel agency. SENIOR NEWS LEC seeking host families for French students Loisirs Culturel A L'Etranger is seeking local host families for French students this summer, from July 6 to 26 and/or Aug. 2-22, a three-week stay. Students bring their own spend- ing money, have insurance and are eager to meet, befriend and know their American host family. Host families are compensated $150 per week. Anyone interested in hosting a teen from France can contact LEC USA Coordinator Kim Hill at 508- 763-3148, email Facehill@comcast. net or visit . FATHER'S DAY PACKAGE! FRESH SEAFOOD SPECIALS FROM THE MEAT DEPARTMENT Raw Lobster Tails 4 oz. each ............................... $ 7.99 lb. Jumbo King Crab Legs..................................... $ 15.99 lb. Yellowfin Tuna Steaks ....................................... $ 9.99 lb. Jumbo Raw Shell on Shrimp 13-15 ct .............. $ 13.99 lb. Oven Ready Stuffed Lobster 1.25 lb. avg. .......... $ 12.99 lb. Fresh Maine Mussels......................................... $ 1.99 lb. Fresh Maine Steamers ...................................... $ 3.99 lb. All Size Lobsters Available USDA Choice Porterhouse Steaks .......... $ 9.99 lb. Chicken Kabobs with Veggies ................. $ 5.99 lb. Marinated Turkey Tips ............................ $ 6.99 lb. Fresh Chicken Leg Quarters ..................... 89¢ lb. Center Cut Bine In Pork Chops .............. $ 1.99 lb. 2 lbs. Marinated Chicken Breast • 1 lb. Marinated Chicken Wings 1 lb. Marinated Steak Tips • 2 ct. Kayem Hot Dogs $ 19.99 each 463 East Washington St., North Attleboro, MA 508-695-7087 • Café Hours: Monday 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 11:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.; Sunday 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Sale ends 6/17/2018. TreaT DaD Like a king Father's Day Coupon Valid 6/17/18 Only Twin Lobster with Drawn Butter $ 19.99 With purchase of a beverage. Must present coupon • Dine In Only • Valid for Table D k

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