January 28, 2022
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The Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving, Inc. is incredibly grateful for the generosity of the Rehoboth community once again! It truly was a "Blizzard of Giving"! May God bless you for all your support! It … more
To help celebrate the holidays, the young women of Girl Scout Troop 707 conducted a toy drive for the benefit of the children of Doorways’ client families. The Scouts set up several collection … more
The McGovern family’s tradition of giving continues. It all started four years ago when daughter Kaylen was a seventh grade student at Hurley Middle School. Kaylen decided to organize a toy … more
Victoria Shields, a student at Seekonk High School, was selected as Seekonk’s Ambassador for Project 351 for 2021. Project 351 is a grassroots, youth-led, school-based movement for positive … more
Santander Bank recently donated $10,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of East Providence to support the organization’s financial literacy program that teaches young people how to become … more
Here is a recycling reminder for the Holiday season. Christmas wrapping paper is not recyclable and is to be put in your trash bag. Wrapping paper is too thin and full of color dyes to be recycled. … more
December 12, 2021, the Rehoboth Park Commission conducted their First Annual Christmas Tree Lighting in celebration of the “Holiday Season”. The original earmark was for December 11th … more
Biweekly, starting Jan. 10, 2022Seekonk, MA – There are so many spices available to us today, but it’s hard to know which ones you’ll like. Now there’s a way to try before you … more
Seekonk, MA – Students entering grades 6-12 can participate in free activities after school:*Teen Advisory BoardThursday, January 6 at 4 PMTAB is for teens who want to volunteer at the library … more
Seekonk, MA – 12/16/2021 – Cozy up with some winter reading in the Seekonk Public Library Adults Winter Reading Challenge 2022: Read for a Better World. Online registration is open for … more
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