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Land Trust

West Greenwich Land Trust

Helping to keep the GREEN in town

Land Trust Members:

  • Steve Wright, Chairman
  • Mike Parker, Vice Chairman
  • Cynthia A. Walsh, Secretary
  • Julie Lavoie, Treasurer
  • Diana M. Rotelli, Trustee
  • Stephen Salisbury, Trustee
  • Terrence Gray, Trustee
  • Robert Maguire, Trustee

The Land Trust is presently seeking one additional alternate board member. Please contact Steve Wright at stevenwright1@cox.net if you are interested.

 


Click HERE for photos and/or info from all the Earth Day and Celebrate West Greenwich Days.

 


2009 Photo Contest Winners

bee pond bird
1st Place: Allison Jedson for
"A Bee-autiful Day on Tillinghast Pond"  
2nd Place: Harris Hammersmith for
"Bradley Pond"
3rd Place: Diane Hammersmith for
"Nesting"

 

 

 

 

 

 

2008 Celebrate West Greenwich Day

tractor conway watercolor
Willy Wright pulling the hay wagon. Tom Conway & family:
Vounteers of the Year
Water color classes in the barn by Emma Walsh and Kristen Wright.
friends charleneb jolesbaker
Friends gathering in front of the sugar shack. Charlene Butler and the Adopt a Cemetery Display Roberta Baker & Charlotte Jolls:
Volunteers of the Year


2008 Photo Contest Winners:

first second third
1st Place: Amy Soucy
"Something Is Brewing"
2nd Place: Beth Heaney
"West Greenwich Morn"
3rd Place: Janice Wright
"Corn Choppin Time"

 

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earthday
Sunday - April 27th Earth Day Celebration 2008

The WGLT and the Louttit Library would like to thank everyone who helped make the
Earth Day Celebration a big success!! 

ANIMALS

calf goat1 lamaswrights

MUSIC & VENDORS

music3 honeyvendor jewelry

THE ROCK WALL CHALLANGE

buckelup lookinup madeit

AND MORE

facepainting art1 ponyride

 

Photos submitted by

Cindy Walsh, Helen Wilmot and Bob Butler

 

ribboncutting

Town Administrator, Kevin Breene; Council members Mark Tourgee, Sue Woloojohian, Robert Butler; and
former Councilman Bob Andrews accept an award in appreciation of their on going support of land conservation at the
Palmer Meeting House on Celebrate West Greenwich Day, October 14, 2007.



                             

Click here for the meeting schedule