During the Annual Meeting of the Membership, the 2015 Annual Report and FY 2016 Budget were accepted. The FCA Board of Directors also held its annual meeting and re-elected the current officers (President Paul Beck, Vice-President Paul Godin, Clerk Margaret Chaisson, and Treasurer Bob Hickey) for another term.
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Television, film, concert and Tony® Award-winning actress, Betty Buckley, will be appearing in concert at Ocean State Theatre in Warwick for one show only on Wednesday, April 6 at 7:30 pm.
“We are thrilled to be able to host Ms. Buckley at Ocean State Theatre,” said Producing Artistic Director, Amiee Turner. “We have been in negotiation for quite some time and are happy her schedule would allow her to appear inRhode Island. Experiencing her in such an intimate venue will be a privilege for those who are able to secure tickets to this very special concert.”
The traveling exhibit featuring Charles Schulz’s famous comic strip to be displayed at The Hall at Place presented by Raytheon from Feb. 1 to April 30.
The famous work of Charles Schulz is coming to The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon with the opening of the Pigskin Peanuts traveling exhibit on Feb. 1. The exhibit, organized and toured by the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, Calif., will feature 50 Sunday and daily comic strips demonstrating the fun Schulz had with the sport of football and explore his wonderful world of Pigskin Peanuts.
Visitors will also enjoy viewing football-themed Peanuts objects and memorabilia; dressing up in the team locker room; taking photos on a football trading card and trying their own hand at “pulling the football” from Charlie Brown. The exhibit will be on display in the Grand Hall of the Patriots’ interactive sports and education museum from Feb. 1 to April 30.
Continuing his efforts to protect homeowners against dishonest individuals, Register of Deeds William P. O’Donnell reminds residents about the availability of a free on-line Consumer Notification Service offered by the Registry to protect Norfolk County property owners against fraud.
“The F.B.I. has reported that property and mortgage fraud is one of the fastest growing white collar crimes in the United States. Multiple jurisdictions across the country have reported individuals recording fraudulent documents and making it appear like they own another person’s home or property. While we have been fortunate that this problem has not revealed itself here in Norfolk County, I want to make sure my office is proactively and vigorously protecting consumers,” noted Register O’Donnell.Continue reading Register O’Donnell Promotes Campaign Against Real Estate Fraud→