With her son’s help

Posted 2/13/20

With her son's help Mayor Joseph Solomon wielded the giant gold scissors to officially open the newest store in Conimicut Village, the Tiger Eye Gift Shop at 768 West Shore Road operated by Liz Boucher. Noting how she enjoys flea markets and has the gift

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With her son’s help

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Mayor Joseph Solomon wielded the giant gold scissors to officially open the newest store in Conimicut Village, the Tiger Eye Gift Shop at 768 West Shore Road operated by Liz Boucher. Noting how she enjoys flea markets and has the gift of picking out unusual items of interest, Boucher’s son Ron Amore suggested his mother open a shop. They found the village location thanks to the efforts of Realtor Meg Mut, who with the assistance of the Conimicut Village Association rallied landlords and conducted a tour of potential Conimicut rentals last fall. Pictured from left are Ward 7 Councilman Steve McAllister, Central RI Chamber of Commerce director of marketing and membership Jennifer Wheelehon, Ron Amore, Mayor Solomon, Liz Boucher, Ward 4 Councilman James McElroy, Conimicut Village Association president Ginny Barham and chamber president and CEO Lauren Slocum. (Warwick Beacon photo)

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