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When Little Compton’s Ben Wilkie lost his life to colon cancer in the summer of 1994, his sister Caroline (Wilkie) Wordell channeled her heartache into action by creating the Ben Wilkie Memorial Tree Spree. more
This year’s Symposium will take place at 111 Westminster Street (aka the Superman Building) on November 3 and 4, and will feature a series of panel discussions as well as guest speakers, including Curtis G. Viebranz, the President and CEO of Mount Vernon. more
Mai Donohue has lived an accomplished life for 45 years in Barrington more
Bristol’s Mike Riley has the distinction of being one of just five certified World Squash Federation Referees, of which he is the only one in the United States. more
Her memoir, Perfectly Negative, How I Learned to Embrace Life’s Lemons Lessons, recounts her battle with cancer more
Stan Dimock is synonymous with the word volunteer, so it comes as no surprise that he is the 2016 recipient of The Hattie Brown Award. more
Dennis Welch loves running and wants to share his passion with the East Bay community. more
Vera Bowen discusses sharing her gardening skills with Rhode Island's adult inmates more
Lifelong Bristolian and piano teacher Candy Alessandro has been teaching music to kids and adults since 1976. more
"I am very focused on the long-term potential for growth and transformative change – the possibilities are endless." more
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