Archive - Jun 17, 2011 - News Article
NARRAGANSETTâ€”Olivia and Ana DiPrete have navigated through much of their high school education side by side, encouraging each other to excel in both academics and sport. At Narragansett High Schoolâ€™s senior graduation last night their dedication was sufficiently rewarded.
â€śOur high school experience has been really unique and exciting,â€ť said Ana DiPrete.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN â€“ She conquered academia at South Kingstown High School. She succeeded as the top tennis player. She even overcame the lengthy bike ride from her home to come do this interview. Now, Victoria Gu, the valedictorian of the class of 2011 at South Kingstown will set her sights on Cambridge, Mass. and Harvard University.
SHANNOCK â€“ Looking to enjoy some good, down-country BBQ but don't feel like crossing the Mason Dixon to do so? Well, you're in luck, because Kit Kat's Smoked BBQ has got you covered and all it takes is a trip to Shannock Village.
Photo By Brie Wetherell
The blessing of the new carousel at Adventureland in Narragansett took place last week. Pictured above are Nicole Cabral, Rev. Casey Shobe, his daughter, Isabelle, Aidan Burdick, Melissa Burdick, Wyatt Burdick in the arms of his dad Josh Burdick and Tamyko Samuels. For hours and more information visit www.adventurelandri.com or call 789-0030.
NARRAGANSETTâ€”Oftentimes when a personâ€™s life has presented many challenges and obstacles along the way, there may be no greater achievement than to be recognized for oneâ€™s work when evening begins to fall. Maury Klein, a professor emeritus at the University of Rhode Island and author of 16 books, will garnish such acknowledgment as a 2011 inductee to the Rhode Island Hall of Fame.