September 16, 2014
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Stepping up with tuition aid
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Warwick Division #1 Kent County of the Ancient Order of Hibernians presented $1,000 checks to each of the city’s three parochial schools at a ceremony Wednesday at the Aspray Boat House in Pawtuxet. The schools are to use the money, raised with an annual golf tournament, to help those families struggling with tuition costs. Following the awards, the Hibernians and their guests were treated to a show of Irish step dancing performed by students from Damhsa Irish Dancing. From left: Bernard Kenahan, sentinel; Chris Kiernan, financial secretary; Joseph O’Neill, chair of the St. Peter School Board; Edward Duckworth, president; Barbara Rossi, office administrator at St. Peter School; Robert Smith, treasurer; Roger Parent, principal St. Kevin School; Thomas Doyle, vice president; Jeanine Fuller, principal St. Rose of Lima School and Hibernians Daniel Cunningham and Timothy Kenahan.


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