Friday Five: Help Out, Survey, Nightlife, Tree Collection, Winter Pickup

Welcome to Friday, and check out these things to know:


Help out - A bunch of folks are out of a home following yesterday's fire at 170 Lincoln St.Residents have set up collections for the families displaced by the fire on Facebook. The Renaud Family is in need clothing for their 2 young daughters ages 1 and 4. Sizes needed are 5T and 2T. They're in need of every-day items, too. 

Donations can be dropped off at The Primitive Millhouse 1452 Broncos Hwy Unit #15 Harrisville RI (Dunkin Donuts PLaza) and 166 Carrington Avenue in Woonsocket.

YWCA Survey - Healthy Steps for Girls and Women, an initiative of YWCA Rhode Island and nriAHEC (Northern RI Area Health Education Center) with support from the Rhode Island Department of Health, is seeking girls and young women ages 12-25 or their parents from Burrillville, Scituate, Foster or Glocester Rhode Island to participate in an online survey about health care and physical activity programs. For more information contact YWCA at 401-769-7450.

Nightlife - Blues harp player Chris Davis performs tonight at 7 p.m. at Chan's. Formerly with Levon Helm’s Barn burners, Chris is a forceful harp player. At Stadium Theatre, you can catch the Johnny Cash Experience at 8 p.m.

Christmas Tree Collection - The City of Woonsocket's Public Services Division will pick up discarded Christmas Trees through Friday, Jan. 18.

Trees will be picked up on your regular trash pick-up day. Residents are asked that the trees are not wrapped in any type of plastic nor have any ornaments left on them. 

Winter Trash Collection: The city's Solid Waste Division warns wintertime weather could delay trash and recycling collection. Every effort will be taken to ensure prompt service however if the roadways should become a safety issue for the rubbish trucks, then collection will be delayed to the following work day. To ensure curbside pick-up, the division asks residents to shovel an area that will allow the trash and recycling carts to sit level. Cart covers should be closed, preventing snow from weighing them down.

The collection vehicle's lifting arm requires clearance: three feet on all sides and 12 feet overhead. The carts should be no more than three feet away from the curb or road edge, and the arrows on the lid must be pointing toward the street, with the hinges facing away from your street. Your recycling cart should be placed at least 3 feet from the burgundy cart.

Place carts curbside on your collection day by 7 a.m. Questions can be directed to the Solid Waste Division at 401-767-8880.


Estelle January 11, 2013 at 05:31 PM
Where do you bring some clothes and things please let us know


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