Tuesday Five: Dinner, Diner, Blog, Facebook

Happy Tuesday, Smithfield! Here are some things to know:


NRIC Dinner - Network with your colleagues and take advantage of a rare opportunity to view the Governor’s Cup won in 2012 by International League baseball champs the Pawtucket Redsox tonight at Twin River Event Center, Lincoln, RI, 5:30 p.m. 

The dinner portion of the evening will feature keynote speaker, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for the US Chamber of Commerce, David C. Chavern. 

The evening will also honor recipients of the distinguished Barbara Burlingame and Ben Mondor awards, Senator Roger Picard and Robert Andrade, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Pawtucket Credit Union.

Call 401-334-1000 to reserve a table. Tickets are $100 for members, $125 for non-members.

Board post openings - The town is seeking members to serve on the Sewer Authority, Historic Preservation Commission, Affordable Housing Advisory Board, and Financial Review Commission. Interested parties should submit a letter of interest to the Town Manager’s Office, 64 Farnum Pike, Smithfield, RI 02917 along with an application form.  A letter of interest may contain your interest or experience in the field of each particular board or commission that you are applying for and, optionally, résumé information.

Diner for lease - Been itching to start up a new restaurant? Neighborworks Blackstone River Valley is offering experienced restauranteurs a lease of the diner car once home to “Champs Diner,” on Park Avenue, now waiting a new tenant and customers at 719 Front St. The car was one of more than 600 diners produced by the Worcester Lunch Car and Carriage Manufacturing Company. 

Facebook - Like what you see here on Smithfield Patch? Wondering how best to share a story or important weather/safety alert? Like us on facebook! And please don't forget tell your friends about us.

Speak Your Mind: Fire Chief Robert Seltzer has started a weekly blog on fire safety tips for readers. What are you passionate about? Start a blog on Patch and tell us.


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