2005-08-25 / Letters to the Editor

Holy Ghost feast thanks

On behalf of the Jamestown Holy Ghost Society, we would like to extend a sincere thank-you to all who worked so hard to make our Holy Ghost Feast such a grand success.

This would not have been possible without the dedicated members and local supporters. Our members work tirelessly and proudly deserve a great round of thanks and appreciation. The following businesses and individuals, who always donate so often and generously to Jamestown’s causes, also are very deserving of a most sincere thank-you:

The R.I. Turnpike and Bridge Authority, R&R Gallery, Robin Lee of Muscular Therapy Center, Jamestown Hardware, Jamestown Golf Course, the Jamestown Press, McQuade’s Marketplace, the Secret Garden, Conanicut Marina, Jamestown Police Department, East Ferry Deli, Anita Haircut, Newport Country Club, Christina’s Originals, Grapes & Gormet, Spinnakers, Ken’s Barber Shop Paws & Claws, Jamestown Designs, Trattoria Simpatico, the Purple Door, Art’s Auto Body, Island Rubbish Service, BankNewport.

Also thanks to Bridges Inc., Hodgkiss Farm Page’s Wine & Spirits, Ace’s Pizza, Gel Art, We’re Hair, Arnold Lumber, Coventry Seafood, 02835, Ocean State Oil, State Battery, Casey’s Bar and Grill, Askem & Telham, Green River Silver Co., Midnight Sun, Village Reflections Green Ink, the Hour Glass, J.W. Graham, Coventry Seafood, Noreen Hoyle, Kathy Budrock, Erin Feid, Manny and Anne Dutra, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Botelho, Laurie Dutra, Kathy Brownell, Shirley Quattramani, Emmie Cabral, Mary Green, John and Delores Riposa, Ed and Barbara Morinho, John Godena, Jim Godena, Polly Lathan, Ellie Chase, Dennis Mello, Elsie Medieros, Niagra Pools, and state Rep. Bruce Long and his Del’s Lemonade.

We apologize if any names were left out. Please tell us if that has happened and we will correct it. Thank you. Manual Neronha

and Fran Lopes,

cochairmen

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