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Woonsocket firemen, policemen play charity hockey game

November 13, 2010

Playing hockey Saturday night at the Smithfield Arena will be, left to right: Lt. Brad Scully and Patrolwoman Jamie Paone of the police department and Deputy Fire Chief John Danis along with Private Rick Labreche.

MEMBERS OF THE Woonsocket police and fire departments will participate in a benefit hockey game tonight at the Smithfield Arena. Left to right are Police Lt. Brad Scully, Patrolwoman Jamie Paone, Deputy Fire Chief John Danis and Private Rick LaBreche of the fire department who will play in tonight’s 9:30 p.m. game that will raise money for the American Cancer Society. Tickets will be sold at the door. Money will be raised through ticket sales and raffles to benefit the Relay For Life of Smithfield 2011. For more info, see www.relayforlife.org/smithfieldri

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