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Pawtucket City Calendar Provides Key Info to City Residents

December 29, 2021                                                                                              


Pawtucket City Calendar Provides Key Info to City Residents 

PAWTUCKET- Today Mayor Donald R. Grebien announced that the official 2022 City Calendar is now available at Pawtucket City Hall, 137 Roosevelt Avenue, and various municipal sites throughout the City. Due to the huge demand, 8,000 copies will be made available to the public. 

“Just like previous years, our phones were ringing off the hook with people asking if the City’s 2022 calendar had arrived from the printer, says Mayor Grebien.  “It’s considered to be a must-have resource for Pawtucket residents and I want to thank the sponsors, all of the photographers who submitted entries, and Camera Werks for their annual dedication to creating this piece.” 

The calendar’s pages are filled with listings of meeting dates and times and of the City Council and boards and commissions as well as recycling, trash pickup and street sweeping dates. Contact information for City departments and Pawtucket-elected officials is also included in the calendar.  

“This photo contest featured in the calendar has been a fun way for residents and non-residents alike - of any age -  to explore our culturally-rich and historic city using a camera,” said Patricia S. Zacks, owner of Camera Werks. “The theme of ‘Uniquely Pawtucket’ was a great way to showcase some of the amazing things happening in the city.” 

The photo contest winners were announced through a video in October on the City of Pawtucket social media and website and their work can be viewed in the final copy.  

The widely anticipated 2022 City of Pawtucket calendar can be picked up at Pawtucket City Hall and other sites, including the City’s Visitor Center, the Pawtucket Library, the Leon A. Mathieu Senior Center, the Pawtucket Water Supply Board, the Department of Public Works and the Parks & Recreation office at Slater Memorial Park. 



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