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Buckler Johnston Funeral Home

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Hope Valley, RI 02832
(401) 539-2271
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St. Joseph's Church to host Christmas bazaar | Chariho Times ... - Ricentral.com

Monday, November 28, 2016

HOPKINTON – Christmas is sneaking up on us and for me, and so many others, the kick-off to the holiday season begins with the big bazaar at St. Joseph’s Church in Hope Valley. We’re up early to get to the church, located at 1105 Main St., to be served a delicious breakfast. Two menus are offered throughout the day; breakfast choices include pancakes, sausage, home fries, scrambled eggs, coffee, tea, juice and hot chocolate. Lunch can be had in the form of home-made soup, hot dogs, grilled cheese sandwiches, meatball grinders, and cold soda or a warm drink. Meals are served at long beautifully decorated tables where you are soon joined by friends old and new.Throughout the day, kids can retreat to the back of the large room to make Christmas crafts, assisted by several teens who volunteer their help in making ornaments, magnets and other keepsakes of the day. Our tree holds several years’ worth of these sentimental treasures.At this annual event, my kids have enjoyed sitting down on the floor and listening to stories read by the elegant Snow Queen, and playing instruments and singing along to Christmas carols. Of course, what they wait most eager...

Charles Wright remembered fondly by Sullivan - Ricentral.com

Monday, September 05, 2016

HOPKINTON – A few months ago I found myself at Avery’s Funeral Home in Hope Valley paying respects to a woman I’d never met. My reason for being there was the deep love in my heart for a man I’d never met. “I lost my little girl,” he’d said to me over the phone from Florida. His long-time companion was to be buried in Hope Valley and his health prevented him from being able to travel to Rhode Island. And so I attended the funeral of Paula Verry and left her a bouquet of roses “from Charlie”.Charles Wright had been a close friend of my grandfather when I was younger. I’d never met him but my grandfather consulted him often concerning research I was doing, and reported back to me. Our land had been an old Watson family farm and I was researching its past owners. Charlie was the son of Virginia (Watson) Wright, who was a grand-daughter of the man who once farmed our land.Decades passed, I lost my beloved grandfather and life moved on. Then, one day about three years ago, I received an e-mail from my editor that a man from Florida had called wanting to talk t...

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St. Joseph's Church to host Christmas bazaar | Chariho Times ... - Ricentral.com

Monday, November 28, 2016

HOPKINTON – Christmas is sneaking up on us and for me, and so many others, the kick-off to the holiday season begins with the big bazaar at St. Joseph’s Church in Hope Valley. We’re up early to get to the church, located at 1105 Main St., to be served a delicious breakfast. Two menus are offered throughout the day; breakfast choices include pancakes, sausage, home fries, scrambled eggs, coffee, tea, juice and hot chocolate. Lunch can be had in the form of home-made soup, hot dogs, grilled cheese sandwiches, meatball grinders, and cold soda or a warm drink. Meals are served at long beautifully decorated tables where you are soon joined by friends old and new.Throughout the day, kids can retreat to the back of the large room to make Christmas crafts, assisted by several teens who volunteer their help in making ornaments, magnets and other keepsakes of the day. Our tree holds several years’ worth of these sentimental treasures.At this annual event, my kids have enjoyed sitting down on the floor and listening to stories read by the elegant Snow Queen, and playing instruments and singing along to Christmas carols. Of course, what they wait most eager...

Charles Wright remembered fondly by Sullivan - Ricentral.com

Monday, September 05, 2016

HOPKINTON – A few months ago I found myself at Avery’s Funeral Home in Hope Valley paying respects to a woman I’d never met. My reason for being there was the deep love in my heart for a man I’d never met. “I lost my little girl,” he’d said to me over the phone from Florida. His long-time companion was to be buried in Hope Valley and his health prevented him from being able to travel to Rhode Island. And so I attended the funeral of Paula Verry and left her a bouquet of roses “from Charlie”.Charles Wright had been a close friend of my grandfather when I was younger. I’d never met him but my grandfather consulted him often concerning research I was doing, and reported back to me. Our land had been an old Watson family farm and I was researching its past owners. Charlie was the son of Virginia (Watson) Wright, who was a grand-daughter of the man who once farmed our land.Decades passed, I lost my beloved grandfather and life moved on. Then, one day about three years ago, I received an e-mail from my editor that a man from Florida had called wanting to talk t...