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Vegas-style Milk Fund event Nov. 9

October 18, 2012

WOONSOCKET – Two tart-tongued female impersonators will dish up an evening of Vegas-style song, dance and comedy in the Milk Fund’s first fundraiser of the year at the Coachmen’s Lodge in Bellingham on Nov. 9.
The featured performers are Kitty Litter and Sabrina Blaze, aka Stephen Hartley and Wayne Alan Hawkins. They’ve been selling out theater venues with their cross-dressing schtick and comic banter for years, including a number of shows in the local area.

Making strides against breast cancer

October 18, 2012

WOONSOCKET – Losing a family member to illness can leave a person feeling helpless, which hinders the process of coming to terms with that life-changing loss.
But there are ways to take proactive steps toward moving on, which also bring a sense of fighting back.
Noneajean McFarlane found that to be true this fall as she worked to organize a team in Sunday’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Roger Williams Park in Providence.
McFarlane, a Call graphic designer, decided to put together a team for the American Cancer Society fundraiser in light of her own losses last spring.

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