Meds Drop-off - The Woonsocket Prevention Coalition invites you to dispose of your unused or expired medications or over-the-counter drugs at the Medication Drop-Off program on Sat, Oct 26.
The Woonsocket Prevention Coalition is partnering with the Woonsocket Police Department, the Drug Enforcement Agency and CVS Caremark to provide medication drop-off sites at CVS Pharmacy (1054 Cass Ave) and the Woonsocket Police Department (242 Clinton Street) in Woonsokcet from 10am-2pm at both locations. Let's keep these medications safe and out of the hands of youth.
Mayoral Forum - On Oct. 30, Leo Fontaine and Lisa Baldelli-Hunt will appear on WNRI from 8 am to 9 am. Questions posed to the candidates will come from e-mails and submitted hand written questions:
Email a question: email@example.comMail a question or bring it to WNRI: 786 Diamond Hill Road, Woonsocket, R.I. 02895
Candidates have also agreed to answer questions posed by moderator, Roger Bouchard, which he prepared for the Woonsocket Call debate, but were not asked due to time constraints.
Adopt-A-Family Signups - Application sessions are held at Family Resources Community Action, 55 Main St., Tuesdays from 2:30-4:30 pm, Wednesdays from 9:30-11:30 am, and Thursdays from 4-7 pm.
Low-income families with children born between Jan. 1, 2001 and time of application who live in Woonsocket are invited to apply. Applications are not accepted from families living outside of Woonsocket.
Copies of applications are available at FRCA’s reception desk at 245 Main Street or at 55 Main Street. The application period for the Adopt-A-Family program ends Nov. 15. Late applications cannot be accepted.
Ghost Army Movie - On Nov. 7 come to Stadium Theater for a history lesson. The Museum of Work and Culture Preservation Foundation will be screening 'Ghost Army' which explores Woonsocket's role in World War II.
Globe seeks old electronics- Globe Park School reports on their facebook page they're not allowed to purchase color ink for their printers with School Department funds. Since printing in black and white still color cartridges, the school is asking people to donate used small electronics, cell phones, handheld games, and especially used printer cartridges. They'll be recycled to raise funds for these color cartridges.