August 17, 2022
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Back inThe daysA bellBroughtCows home.Back inThe daysOf the Gramophone.Stillness came With the Quick stepsOf dusk.The family Earned rest.The family Earned trust. Don GardnerSeekonk more
The old woodpile Sleeps through Summer.It could Charge rentTo miceAnd chipmunks.It waitsFor a woodstove To endFuture plans.It doesNot knowThe farmer Has gone.Don Gardner Seekonk, MA more
"Start with what's necessary. Then start working on the possible. And suddenly, you're doing what was impossible." –St. Francis Assisi In the past three years, the only constant was change. … more
There's stories In the elderly,Who wonderHow they end,That can be toldIn part or wholeBy family And friends. May manyOf the former, Take the time To hear.May the latter Also,Be plentiful And near.Don … more
Voting for a candidate to represent you can feel overwhelming. My goal with this announcement, is to separate myself from the pack. My name is Edward Wencis and I am your candidate for East … more
Dear East Providence voters. East Providence has a high number of senior citizens as homeowners. As the city councilman-at-large, I will propose looking into an ordinance which will hopefully give … more
There's motionIn the springing.There's motionFrom the ground.The air warmsIn silenceLife fills With happy sounds.Springing's aMotion time.Is itYour favorite?I'm so movedThat itIs mine.Don Gardner … more
I am enthusiastically announcing my campaign for Mayor of East Providence. If elected I will bring in NEW, STRONG and BOLD leadership that is desperately needed for our city. In the up-coming … more
The world's Broad shoulders,The world's Strong arms,Still holdAll of their Quiet charms.The mourning dovesWill comeIn pairs.They comeIn peace.They always Share.They gentlyNod.They gently Coo.Such … more
A special thank you to Feast and Fettle of East Providence, Ellie’s Bakery of Providence and special thanks to Councilwoman Anna Sousa, a veteran staff nurse at RIH, who advocated for the … more
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