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CF MLK DAY DIOSSA n CRUZ

February 5, 2011

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During the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration program titled "The Time is Always Right to Do What is Right" sponsored by the YWCA Greater Rhode Island at the YWCA Learning Center in Central Falls, RI on Wednesday night, January 19, 2011, Central Falls Councilman James Diossa, second from left, greets singer/songwriter Michelle Cruz(Pawtucket, RI), second from right, who sang the song"Oh Freedom" from the 1963 March on Washington, as far left to right, RI Representative Grace Diaz(DEM-Dist.-11/Providence) YMCA Greater RI Board President Johanna LeClair and Raisa Medina(Providence, RI) look on.

PAWT SCH MCGRATH SENIORITY

February 5, 2011

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In a special ceremony during the first meeting of the new year for the Pawtucket School Committee at the Jenks/JMW Complex library in Pawtucket, RI on Tuesday night, January 11, 2011, Pawtucket Superintendent Deborah Cylke, right, presents 83-year-old Mary(Smith)McGrath, left, who recently retired after 62 years in the Pawtucket School System as a homebound educator, with a poster size version of the school district's teacher seniority list with McGrath holding the number one spot with 62 years, 21 more years than the next closest in seniority, as School Committee Clerk Diana Liss looks on.

PAWT SCH MCGRATH HONOR

February 5, 2011

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In a special ceremony during the first meeting of the new year for the Pawtucket School Committee at the Jenks/JMW Complex library in Pawtucket, RI on Tuesday night, January 11, 2011, 83-year-old Mary(Smith)McGrath, center holding a bouquet of flowers, who recently retired after 62 years in the Pawtucket School System as a homebound educator is honored for her 62 years of dedicated service, 1948-2010, to the homebound students of Pawtucket by far left to right, Deputy Superintendent Kim Mercer, School Committee members Raymond Noonan and David Coughlin Jr., former-Chairperson Jon Anderson, Mic

LINC CHURCH GUNN INCREASE

January 24, 2011

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During an interview in his office at the Christ Church's rectory on Lonsdale Avenue in Lincoln, RI on Wednesday afternoon, January 20, 2011, Rector The Reverend Scott Gunn shows a graph that indicates tithes and offerings have been on the rise over the past 2 to 3 years.

LINC CHURCH GUNN REFLECTS

January 24, 2011

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On Wednesday afternoon, January 19, 2011 at the Christ Church located at 1643 Lonsdale Avenue in Lincoln, RI, Rector The Reverend Scott Gunn contemplates his church's possible merger with the Emmanuel Church in Cumberland.

PAWT GREENWOOD RECRUITS

January 24, 2011

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During an interview in front of their residence located at 315 Sayles Avenue in Pawtucket, RI, RI Reform Party Chairman Bill Greenwood, right, is looking to increase membership by enticing people to join the Reform Party, as his son RI Reform Party Issues & Party Building Chairman David Greenwood looks on. The "National Debt Clock" on the front of the Greenwood residence which they constantly update currently registers at $14,104,940,814,177 in the red and is quickly approaching the current $14.3 trillion National Debt ceiling.

PAWT SCH COMM CHAIR nDEPUTY

January 24, 2011

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During the organizational meeting segment of the first meeting of the new year for the Pawtucket School Committee at the Jenks/JMW Complex library in Pawtucket, RI on Tuesday night, January 11, 2011, newly elected chairperson Raymond J. Spooner Jr., right, addresses his fellow school committee members, as newly elected deputy Chairperson Alan Tenreiro looks on.

PAWT SCH COMM GREBIEN TALK

January 24, 2011

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During the regular meeting segment of the first meeting of the new year for the Pawtucket School Committee at the Jenks/JMW Complex library in Pawtucket, RI on Tuesday night, January 11, 2011, Pawtucket's new Mayor Donald Grebien speaks to the committee members letting them know that there are going to be tough decisions ahead given both the school and City budget situation and it is important to work together to persevere through these tough times.

CF FOOD DR CARTER TALKS

January 24, 2011

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During a press conference to kickoff the 2nd Annual Unity Effort to Reduce Hunger on Martin Luther King Day on Monday morning, January 17, 2011 at the Ralph J. Holden Community Center in Central Falls, RI, Ralph J. Holden Food Pantry Coordinator Vernia Carter, at podium, who is also the Central Falls Prevention Coordinator, talks about collecting all the food on a school bus, as far left to right, RI Senator Elizabeth Crowley, New England Farm Workers Council Community Outreach Coordinator Josephine Cordova, Central Fall Councilman James Diossa, Ralph J.

CF FOOD DR CORDOVA BOXES

January 24, 2011

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Following a press conference to kickoff the 2nd Annual Unity Effort to Reduce Hunger on Martin Luther King Day on Monday morning, January 17, 2011 at the Ralph J. Holden Community Center in Central Falls, RI, New England Farm Workers Council Community Outreach Coordinator Josephine Cordova(Woonsocket, RI), left, and her daughter Andrea Alejo(10yrs) carry out to their vehicle boxes to collect food for the food drive. The New England Farm Workers Council is partnering with the Ralph J. Holden Community Center/Channel One CF and Progreso Latino who are co-sponsoring the food drive.

 

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