December 11, 2019
Scouts & Civic Organizations
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Scouting for Food is an annual program run by the Boy Scouts of America that collects food donations for local food banks. Narragansett Council has been doing this for over 30 years. This year, Troop … more
Doorways Food Pantry extends its’ thanks to thank the scouts (and parents!) of BSA Troop 1 & BSA Troop 9, who conducted their annual food drive in November and collected over 5,000 pounds … more
Our Rotary Club hosted a clean-up of the Turner Reservoir on Saturday, November 16th. Members from our Club along with students from BridgePointe Church and folks from the community came together to … more
On Monday November 18, 2019 Elise Strom was inducted into the East Providence/Seekonk Rotary Club by Renate Alexander and her sponsor Elisabeth Galligan. Elise is the Director of Development at … more
On Monday November 18, 2019 Roberto DaSilva was inducted into the East Providence/Seekonk Rotary Club by Renate Alexander and his sponsor Valerie Perry. Roberto DaSilva is the Mayor of the City of … more
The Seekonk Lions Club continues donating money to local charities generated from their world famous clam boils. And at the November 14th boil, President Gary Sagar presented a $1000 check to … more
Mayor Bob DaSilva will sign the first ever executive order in the city’s history. The executive order will establish the Mayor’s Council on Veterans Affairs. WHO: • East Providence … more
While working on our “Make the world a better place” badge, our troop put together a Thanksgiving basket, which we donated to the local organization a Children’s Friend. This … more
Kiwanis Club of Greater Seekonk is sponsoring their 24th Taste of the Towns on Tuesday March 3, 2020 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Grand Rose Ballroom at the Clarion Inn 940 Fall River Avenue (route … more
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