Archive - Nov 13, 2011 - News Article
Norman Decelles, 5, of Wrentham, with his grandmother, Michelle Decelles, owner of the Coachmanâ€™s Lodge in Bellingham, presents a check for $200 to Terry McKenna, founder of Terryâ€™s Auto in Woonsocket, during the 16th annual Because He Lives fundraiser Sunday.
NORTH SMITHFIELD â€”The school department's hiring of a new food service provider, Aramark School Nutrition Services, has brought many changes to the school breakfast and lunch program, including a new menu with healthier food options and, as of this week, a new computerized money and meal count system to help ease the payment process for parents and students.
WOONSOCKET â€“ The John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor Commission marked its 25th anniversary by calling on its longtime volunteers and stalwart supporters to help the cultural heritage and natural resource district win designation as a National Historical Park.
The appeal came during a birthday celebration billed as a â€śRally for Valleyâ€ť held Thursday evening in the Providence & Worcester Railroad Station at Depot Square â€”one of the dozens of significant historic sites along the corridorâ€™s 40-mile route between Worcester, Mass. and Providence, R.I.