WAKEFIELD â€“ Feet First of Wakefield once again partnered with Dansko Footwear to raise nearly $6,000 for hungry Rhode Islanders.
For the third year in a row, Feet First and Dansko donated a portion from the sale of each pair of Dansko shoes to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. This year they raised $5,940 during the holiday season, which will be matched by the Food Bank's â€śEnd Hunger Challenge Fundâ€ť to contribute even further to the community.
If anyone had asked me after the September primary what I thought Bill Lynch would be doing in the future, the answer â€śselling marijuanaâ€ť would have been very, very close to the bottom of my list.
But his name was right there in Donna Kenny Kirwanâ€™s story last Wednesday, along with several other bold-type names from Rhode Island politics, government and business, looking to open a compassion center to supply medical marijuana patients.