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Pawtucket, RI – Mayor Donald R. Grebien announces that the official 2017 City Calendar will be available at Pawtucket City Hall, 137 Roosevelt Avenue, and various municipal sites throughout the City. This year 7,500 copies will be made available to the public.
“Just like previous years, the 2017 calendar is a must-have resource for Pawtucket residents,” says Mayor Grebien. “I wish to thank our generous sponsors who, once again, allow us to present you with this year’s calendar.” According to the Mayor, the calendar is also 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 and details about Pawtucket Red Sox games. Contact information for City departments and Pawtucket-elected officials is also included in the calendar.
“Throughout the calendar pages you will find the winning photos, reflecting this year’s theme, Pawtucket’s Color Palette,” says Mayor Grebien. These “unique and colorful” photos were selected by professional photographers from entries submitted to the 2016 Camera Werk’s photo contest, a participating event of the City’s Pawtucket Arts Festival,” adds the Mayor, noting that Cunningham Elementary School fifth-grader Connor Maddix’s photo was selected for the cover.
Adds Herb Weiss, the City’s Economic & Cultural Affairs Officer, a two-page spread, “Your Official Guide to Experiencing Pawtucket,” details information about many of Pawtucket’s tourism, art and dining establishments. “The City clearly has a lot to offer its residents as well as those from outside our community,” says Weiss.
The widely anticipated 2017 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.
For more information, call Herb Weiss, Economic & Cultural Affairs Officer at 401 728-0500, Ext. 437.
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- Mayor Donald R. Grebien