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CELEBRATE WEST GREENWICH DAY 2013

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pumpkins sawmill vendor

 

 

 

Click HERE for 2012 photos of Celebrate West Greenwich Day

 

2012 Memorial Day Parade & Service - Grand Marshall Bob Butler

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HURRICANE IRENE - August 28, 2011

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CLICK TO SEE FLOOD PHOTOS & VIDEOS

 

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Santana Roberts receiving the "Young Leader of Change" award.


Congratulations to the EWG Lady Knights soccer team for winning the DII State Championship

Congratulations to the EWG Lady Knights volleyball team for winning the DII State Championship

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Congratulations to the EWG Football team for making
it to the DIV Super Bowl

Congratulations to the EWG Boys Soccer team for
making it to the DIII State Championship

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WAY TO GO KNIGHTS !!
Click HERE for more sport photos


Kayvon Shakoori, a senior at EWG, wins second place in the Why RI? video contest.
This is a state-wide contest that is open to all and Kayvon was the only finalist that was of high school age.
Kayvon quite often is responsible for videoing and producing the town council meeting videos.
Watch his award winning video below.



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Whispering Pine

Clouds Gathering

January Snow

West Greenwich landscapes painted by local artist Bill Reis

 

2010 Memorial Day Parade

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Senator Frank Maher lowers the flag.
Lauren Woloohojian plays taps.
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Grand Marshall Matt Lavoie, a hometown hero, delivers a speech. Also pictured: Councilwoman Susan Woloohojian and Senator Frank Maher.
Jacob Deltufo reads a poem. Also pictured: Council Vice President Mark Tourgee, Robert Smith, and Council President Robert Butler.
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Librarian Elsie Oltedale and Council President Robert Butler unlock the ticket box for the dollhouse drawing. Also pictured: Senator Frank Maher, Council Vice President Mark Tourgee, Robert Smith, Councilman Thaylen Waltonen and Councilwoman Kelly Stewart.
Grand Marshall Matt Lavoie draws the winning ticket. Also pictured: Town Administrator Kevin Breene, Councilwoman Susan Woloohojian, Senator Frank Maher, Council Vice President Mark Tourgee, Robert Smith, Council President Robert Butler and Councilman Thaylen Waltonen.
Bob Butler FFA Float
Council President Robert Butler delivers his Memorial Day address. Also pictured: School Committee Member Robert Bollengier, Town Administrator Kevin Breene, Councilwoman Susan Woloohojian, Senator Frank Maher, Council Vice President Mark Tourgee and Robert Smith.
Justin Salisbury and Derek Randall lead the FFA float.

 

The 2010 Flood

Bald Hill - Plain Meeting House Road

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Big River - Route 3

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Browns Corner Road

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Burnt Sawmill Road

 

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Congdon Mill Road

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Falls River Bridge

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Falls River Bridge Thursday, April 1st

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Fry Pond Road

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Hazard Road at the Mill Pond

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Henry Brown Road


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John Potter Road

 

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Liberty Hill Road

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Muddy Brook Road

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Plain Meeting House Road

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Sharpe Street

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Picture taken early in the 1970's of Route 102 headed
North just past Blueberry Heights.
Photo submitted by Lorraine Simpanen

2009 Memorial Day Parade

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clowns cubscouts
diane 4-h banner
4-h float firetruck
girlscouts horseman
guards landtrust float
library police
support troops usa float

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Earth Day 2009

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Blue Bird - Submitted by Tim Gallagher

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Three generations of the Tavares family spending time ice fishing on Tillinghast Pond.

 

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Ice Fishing on Tillinghast Pond

January 2009

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Sunflowers at Saw Mill Farm - Route 102
Submitted by Helen Wilmot

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Ben and Tony Tavares fishing at Tillinghast Pond
May 18, 2008

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Step Stone Falls
March 2008

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"What a beautiful town" 
photos submitted by Mary Hubbard

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West Greenwich Senior Christmas Luncheon
photos submitted by Helen Wilmot

 

Tree Lighting at Louttit Library
Photos submitted by Helen Wilmot


Ribbon Cutting West Greenwich Style
at the Palmer Meeting House October 14th.

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Step Stone Falls

Rattlesnake Ledge

        

 

Tarbox Pond

 

Kayaking on Tillinghast Pond - Celebrate West Greenwich Day
(Kayaks supplied by Eastern Mountain Sports)

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4-H Demonstration - Celebrate West Greenwich Day