October 26, 2014
Warwick Beacon photo
SALVAGED: A limited number of plates rescued before the demolition of the Shore Dinner Hall will be sold at Saturday’s park opening. Tim Forsberg and Stephanie Shuster pack up plates that were later labeled as coming from Rocky Point.
Submitted photo
SHOE BUNDLING PARTY: The Wyman Elementary School PTA is raising funds by organizing a shoe collection drive for the less fortunate. Pictured are neighbors gathering for a shoe organization party, where shoes are tied together by the laces or with elastics. The school has collected about 4,000 pairs on their way towards a 10,000 pair goal.
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