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September I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

Washington Trust and RI Monthly recently announced that Lea Zimany’s photo of Peter Seeger performing at the Newport Folk Festival is the September 2013 winner of I Luv RI’s photo contest. Zimany’s photo, which perfectly captured September’s theme of “Favorite Festivals and Parades,” appears in September’s issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine.

Zimany, a Mansfield Center, CT resident noted, “Going to the Newport Folk Festival each year is like attending a family reunion. There’s a closeness among the artists, volunteers and guests that you can’t find at any other event.”

Enter your photos at www.rimonthly.com/iluvri.

 

 


August I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

Washington Trust announced Kristen O’Mahony Franco of Wakefield, RI as I Luv RI’s Photo Contest winner for August’s “Favorite Spot for Pets” theme. Franco’s photo of a black labradoodle playing fetch on Lloyd’s Beach in Little Compton, RI appears in the August issue of Rhode Island Monthly.

In describing the photo Franco stated, “I was searching for heart rocks on the beach when I heard a dog barking. I looked up and saw him leaping and bounding with a stick in his mouth. I loved the look of joy on the dog’s face. It was a small moment that made me happy the rest of the day.” She added, “The photo captures what I love about Rhode Island.”

Enter your photos at www.rimonthly.com/iluvri.

 


Washington Trust Collects More Than 4 Tons of Peanut Butter

Donations Benefit Local Food Pantries

Washington Trust’s 13th Annual Peanut Butter Drive brought in 8,515 pounds, or 4.26 tons, of peanut butter for local Rhode Island food pantries. The Bank started its annual drive in 2001 and has collected more than 104 tons of peanut butter since that time.”

“Washington Trust is committed to helping Rhode Island families in need,” said Joseph J. MarcAurele, Washington Trust Chairman, President and CEO. MarcAurele, who also serves as President of the Board of Directors of the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, added, “Statistics indicate that one in six children go to bed hungry at night. We’re proud to do our part, as over the past 13 years, we’ve collected enough peanut butter to make more than three million sandwiches.”

 


July I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

Washington Trust announced LeeAnn Goodness of Ashaway, RI as the July 2013 winner of I Luv RI’s photo contest. The photo was one of hundreds of photos submitted for July’s “Favorite RI Beach” contest theme and will appear in the July issue of Rhode Island Monthly magazine.

“I took this photo in September 2012, a month before Hurricane Sandy. It was a gorgeous day and I stopped to take a photo of my son Timothy running along Misquamicut Beach,” said Goodness. “We are blessed to live an area with such beautiful beaches.”

Enter your photos at www.rimonthly.com/iluvri.

 

  


June I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

Washington Trust announced Victoria Dority of Peace Dale, Rhode Island as the photo contest winner of I Luv RI’s “Favorite Rhode Island Sunrise/Sunset Location theme. Her photo, “FV Shelby Ann,” taken off the rocks of Galilee, Rhode Island, shows a fishing boat illuminated by a deep orange sunset. The photo appears in the June issue of RI Monthly magazine.

“One of my favorite places to catch sunsets is Galilee,” said Dority, “There is something so relaxing about the boats gliding in and out of the channel, and the scenery is different every day.”

Enter your photos at www.rimonthly.com/iluvri.

 


Help Washington Trust Support the Children’s Book Drive!

Did you know that two-thirds of low income families do not have a single book in their home?

Washington Trust will be collecting children’s books beginning June 3rd through June 30th, to help the United Way of Rhode Island’s Women’s Leadership Council with their goal to collect 10,000 books for Rhode Island children. Last year Washington Trust collected 4,000 books for the campaign - 30% of all books collected!

Please consider donating your gently used or new children’s books for all ages from birth to teen. Each location will have a designated collection bin for book donations.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. For more information on the book drive, please visit http://www.uwri.org/wlc/childrens-book-drive.

 

 


May I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly recently announced Linda Mallory of Smithfield, RI as May’s I Luv Rhode Island photo contest winner. The photo, “Kayaks at Rest,” shows Mallory and her husband’s kayaks resting in the middle of Stump Pond in Smithfield, RI. The photo is in the May issue of RI Monthly, on stands now.

 

“What’s nice about the pond is that it’s peaceful, beautiful and you can explore all of the nooks and crannies,” said Mallory, whose husband is a competitive kayaker. “We’re fortunate that the state of Rhode Island maintains and monitors their parks and rivers the way they do,” she added.

Enter your photos at www.rimonthly.com/iluvri.

 


Washington Trust Employees Volunteer for JA Day

Junior Achievement of Rhode Island serves to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Junior Achievement is the world's largest organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs, and our legacy is for all youth to be given access to opportunity and success.

On May 1st, Washington Trust employees volunteered to take over a classroom for JA Day at Stony Lane School in North Kingstown, RI. For more information about Junior Achievement, please visit www.jarhodeisland.org.

 

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Pawcatuck Duck Race 2013

On April 27th, Washington Trust volunteers were on hand as 20,000 rubber ducks were dumped en masse into the Pawcatuck River for a race that benefits 50+ local charities and schools.  For more information about the duck race, please visit The Greater Westerly Chambe of Commerce website.

 

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April I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly have selected a photo by Mary Buetow of Woonsocket, RI as April’s I Luv Rhode Island photo contest winner. The photo, entitled “Father’s Day at Brenton Point,” was chosen from hundreds of entries in the “Favorite RI Memories” category. The photo, which appears in this month’s edition of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine, displays colorful kites being flown at Brenton Point State Park in Newport, Rhode Island.

“Going to Brenton Point on Father’s Day has been a tradition in my family for about five years now,” said Buetow. Adding, “All of my children and grandchildren head to Brenton Point with our kites — there are about 15 of us —and we spend the day together.”

Enter your photos at www.rimonthly.com/iluvri.

 


March to the Zoo with Peanut Butter!

Once again, the Roger Williams Park Zoo is participating in Washington Trust and I Luv RI’s Peanut Butter Drive to collect nutritious peanut butter to benefit local RI food banks. From March 1 through March 22, the Zoo will offer one complimentary child’s admission (ages 3 - 12) to each family that brings a jar of peanut butter (minimum 16 oz. size) to Zoo admissions for donation. Just that one jar will make 16 sandwiches to feed a hungry family!  Click here for more information.

 

 

 


March I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

March Winner

Washington Trust and RI Monthly Magazine announced today that Raymond Cooney of Cranston is the March winner of I Luv Rhode Island’s 2013 photo contest. The theme of the March contest was “Only in Rhode Island” and Cooney’s photograph depicted Betsey Williams’ cottage. The photo has been published in the March 2013 issue of RI Monthly.

“My dad used to take me to the Park, and told me that Betsey Williams was a descendent of Roger Williams. It was fun to go back there as an adult,” said Cooney. “If you’re looking for something that is Rhode Island and only Rhode Island, this is certainly it.”

“Rhode Island has such a rich sense of history,” said Joseph J. MarcAurele, Washington Trust Chairman, President and CEO. “Ray’s photo reminds us of that history, as well as the beauty our state has to offer.”

The I Luv RI photo contest is sponsored by Washington Trust in conjunction with Rhode Island Monthly. Photographers may enter by sending their favorite Rhode Island photo to: www.rimonthly.com/ILUVRI, or by visiting www.iluvri.com. Each month in 2013, a winning photo will be selected and published in Rhode Island Monthly magazine. Monthly photo winners also receive an I Luv RI gift basket full of Rhode Island items.

To enter a photo in the contest, visit www.rimonthly.com/ILUVRI. For more information about I Luv RI, visit www.iluvri.com.


Washington Trust Employees Kick Off 13TH Annual Peanut Butter Drive

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Washington Trust recently kicked off its 13th Annual Peanut Butter Drive at the company’s Employee Fest, challenging employees to bring in peanut butter or donate online to the Rhode Island Food Bank. Employees donated 325 lbs. of peanut butter and raised an additional $1860 through online donations, enough for the Food Bank to buy 1,488 jars of peanut butter.

“Our employees have always been dedicated to the Peanut Butter Drive and ensuring hungry children across the State have access to healthy meals,” said Joseph J. MarcAurele, Washington Trust Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer. “In the past 12 years we’ve fed more than 3 million Rhode Islanders through this drive.”

Rhode Islanders can drop off a jar of new, unopened peanut butter during the month of March at any of Washington Trust’s 18 branch locations. All donations made to a branch will be sent to a local food pantry in the community. Online donations can be made at www.rifoodbank.org/peanutbutter. All online donations go directly to the Rhode Island Food Bank.

For more information about the 13th Annual Peanut Butter Drive, or to get involved, please visit www.peanutbutterbank.com.


December I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

December Winner

Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly announced that “Winter State House,” a photograph of the Rhode Island State House, taken by Derrick Robinson of Providence R.I., is the December winner of the I Luv RI 2012 photo contest. The photo will appear in the December 2012 issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine. “Snowfall instills in me a sense of peace and tranquility, because it forces our fast-paced world to slow down just a bit,” said Robinson. Adding, “Snow also has a way of highlighting the natural beauty of our surroundings. Who hasn’t looked out there window just after a snowstorm and just been awed by the delightful scenery? Rhode Island’s State House is a magnificent sight anytime of the year, but the beauty of this building is intensified even more when covered with snow."

“We had more than one thousand photographs entered into the 2012 I Luv RI photo contest — each one illustrating something special about Rhode Island,” stated Joseph J. MarcAurele, Washington Trust Chairman, President and CEO. “It’s fitting that the final selection of our I Luv RI photo contest is a photo of Rhode Island’s State House, a majestic symbol of our State’s history poised in nature’s elements.”

Washington Trust will hold a special event, tomorrow evening, Wednesday, November 7th, at the Warwick Mall Center Court, 400 Bald Hill Road, Warwick, RI, from 6:00 – 7:00 pm to award the “Rhode Island Experiences” to the 12 monthly photo contest winners. The event is free and open to the public.


November I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

November Winner

Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly announced that "A Perfect Fall Day," a photograph taken at Indian Lake in South Kingstown, R.I. by Philip MacCarthy, of Warwick, R.I., is the recent winner of the I Luv RI 2012 photography contest. MacCarthy's photograph appears in the November issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine

"I took the photo a few years back when I moved here from San Diego, CA, after being in what some would say the best weather in the United States, and realized there is something heart warming, rejuvenating and serene about fall in Rhode Island," said MacCarthy. "Everyone must take time to sit still and watch the leaves turn."

Each month in 2012, a winning photo will be selected and published in Rhode Island Monthly magazine. Monthly photo winners also receive an “I Luv RI” gift basket full of Rhode Island items, and one of twelve special Rhode Island experiences, including stays at Rhode Island’s best resorts, such as Watch Hill’s Ocean House; The Chanler at Cliffwalk in Newport; the Harborside Inn or RI Hotel Manisses, on Block Island; or receive special VIP experiences at the Pawtucket Red Sox, the Providence Bruins, Trinity Repertory Company, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Roger Williams Park Zoo, Warwick Mall and Yawgoo Valley Ski Resort; or a ‘Cake A Month’ from Rhode Island’s own Gregg’s Restaurants.


October I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

October Winner

 Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly announced that “Music in the Fall,” a photo taken by Raymond Larson, of Pawtucket, R.I., is the recent winner of the I Luv RI 2012 photo contest and appears in the October issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine.

“I chose this photo because it signifies Rhode Island in a very unique way. It was taken at The Pawtucket Arts Festival ‘Pops in the Park’, a true Rhode Island Fall celebration,” said Larson. It shows the Rhode Island Philharmonic Pops orchestra, a Rhode Island jewel, playing at their last Pops concert of the season.”

“The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra is a wonderful Rhode Island institution,” stated Joseph J. MarcAurele, Washington Trust Chairman, President and CEO. “Through their great music performances and educational programs at the Music School they enrich the lives of our friends and neighbors in Rhode Island, nearby Massachusetts and throughout New England.”

Each month in 2012, a winning photo will be selected and published in Rhode Island Monthly magazine. Monthly photo winners also receive an “I Luv RI” gift basket full of Rhode Island items, and one of twelve special Rhode Island experiences, including stays at Rhode Island’s best resorts, such as Watch Hill’s Ocean House; The Chanler at Cliffwalk in Newport; the Harborside Inn or RI Hotel Manisses, on Block Island; or receive special VIP experiences at the Pawtucket Red Sox, the Providence Bruins, Trinity Repertory Company, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Roger Williams Park Zoo, Warwick Mall and Yawgoo Valley Ski Resort; or a ‘Cake A Month’ from Rhode Island’s own Gregg’s Restaurants.

To enter your photos, please visit www.rimonthly.com/iluvri


Washington Trust Employees Clean Up the Beaches

Beach Clean Up

Washington Trust volunteers recently participated in the Coastal Cleanup at Napatree Point in Watch Hill on Friday, September 14, 2012. The cleanup effort is coordinated globally by The Ocean Conservancy and statewide by Audubon Society of Rhode Island. This year, over 20 volunteers participated in the Coastal Cleanup, where they clean up trash and debris and documented what they found. The cleanup not only helps get trash off the shores--it is a way to raise awareness of the issue of marine debris and get people to change their behavior. The data collected allows the Audubon Society to understand where debris is coming from and to take action by then using the information for education purposes and to implement new procedures or rules to eliminate the recurrence of the debris. In the past years of participating Washington Trust’s efforts have been instrumental in prohibiting smoking on public beaches and eliminating of the use of plastic bands for entry to beaches.


September I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

September Winner

Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly announced today that “Watch Hill Sunset over Little Narragansett Bay”, a photo taken by Zachary Turner, Watch Hill, R.I., is the recent winner of the I Luv RI 2012 photography contest and will appear in the September issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine.

“I always experience a rush of excitement when I watch the setting sun splash the water line with color. Whatever else I have on my mind doesn't matter; the power of nature is as invigorating as it is cleansing. For reasons I can’t fully describe, a sunset instills in me a sense of purpose and hope—a renewal of sorts—an appreciation of a simple joy. Watch Hill and its ‘Little Narragansett Bay’ offer breath taking sunset views and miles of gorgeous beaches,” said Turner.

“Watch Hill is a quaint Rhode Island village that bustles with summer tourism, so this sunset illustrates a peaceful ending to a long summer day,” stated Joseph J. MarcAurele, Washington Trust Chairman, President and CEO. “Fortunately, Rhode Island boasts 400 miles of coastline, so sunrises and sunsets like this are witnessed along our harbors, inlets, and beaches throughout the year.”

Each month in 2012, a winning photo will be selected and published in Rhode Island Monthly magazine. Monthly photo winners also receive an “I Luv RI” gift basket full of Rhode Island items, and one of twelve special Rhode Island experiences, including stays at Rhode Island’s best resorts, such as Watch Hill’s Ocean House; The Chanler at Cliffwalk in Newport; the Harborside Inn or RI Hotel Manisses, on Block Island; or receive special VIP experiences at the Pawtucket Red Sox, the Providence Bruins, Trinity Repertory Company, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Roger Williams Park Zoo, Warwick Mall and Yawgoo Valley Ski Resort; or a ‘Cake A Month’ from Rhode Island’s own Gregg’s Restaurants.

To enter your photos, please visit www.rimonthly.com/iluvri


Washington Trust Selects Local Cranston Couple as the winners of "A Night at the PawSox"Contest

Paw Sox

Washington Trust recently announced Bill and Jill Calderon, of Cranston were the grand-prize winners of “A Night At the PawSox” was. As part of Washington Trust’s celebration of their newest branch opening on Plainfield Pike in Cranston, the Bank gave the Calderon’s, who were celebrating their 68th wedding anniversary, four seats behind home plate, the opportunity to throw the first pitch out and a photo with a PawSox player. Pictured: PawSox Outfielder, Alex Hassan; Bill Calderone, Jill Calderone, Oscar Calderone and Ella Calderone.

 

 

 


August I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

August Winner

Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly announced that “Where’s Waldo on Salty Brine,” a photo taken by Barbara McCormick of Wakefield, R.I., is the recent winner of the I Luv RI 2012 photography contest. McCormick’s beach photo appears in the August 2012 issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine.

“I chose this image because the people on the beach were so full of color and so busy with activity. It was exciting to have such a great view of the beach crowds aboard the Block Island Ferry. It spoke ‘quintessential Rhode Island’ to me...mid-summer on the beach, there is nothing better than that,” said McCormick.

“Rhode Island has some of the best beaches on the East Coast,” stated Joseph J. MarcAurele, Washington Trust Chairman, President and CEO. “Barbara’s photo truly captures the spirit of a fun summer day at a Rhode Island beach. It is picture-postcard perfect and makes you wish you were there.”

Each month in 2012, a winning photo will be selected and published in Rhode Island Monthly magazine. Monthly photo winners also receive an “I Luv RI” gift basket full of Rhode Island items, and one of twelve special Rhode Island experiences, including stays at Rhode Island’s best resorts, such as Watch Hill’s Ocean House; The Chanler at Cliffwalk in Newport; the Harborside Inn or RI Hotel Manisses, on Block Island; or receive special VIP experiences at the Pawtucket Red Sox, the Providence Bruins, Trinity Repertory Company, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Roger Williams Park Zoo, Warwick Mall and Yawgoo Valley Ski Resort; or a ‘Cake A Month’ from Rhode Island’s own Gregg’s Restaurants.

To enter your photos, please visit www.rimonthly.com/iluvri


Washington Trust Sponsors Concert Under the Elms

Concert Under the Elms

Washington Trust recently announced Bill and Jill Calderon, of Cranston were the grand-prize winners of “A Night At the PawSox” was. As part of Washington Trust’s celebration of their newest branch opening on Plainfield Pike in Cranston, the Bank gave the Calderon’s, who were celebrating their 68th wedding anniversary, four seats behind home plate, the opportunity to throw the first pitch out and a photo with a PawSox player. Pictured: PawSox Outfielder, Alex Hassan; Bill Calderone, Jill Calderone, Oscar Calderone and Ella Calderone.

 


July I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

July Winner

Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly announced “Bristol Parade”, a photo taken by Cherie Daniel of Bristol, R.I., is the recent winner of the I Luv RI 2012 photo contest and is featured in the July 2012 issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine.

Pictured: Cherie Daniel, of Bristol, and Paul Tavaras, Vice President and Branch Manager of Washington Trust’s East Providence Branch

Each month in 2012, a winning photo will be selected and published in Rhode Island Monthly magazine. Monthly photo winners also receive an “I Luv RI” gift basket full of Rhode Island items, and one of twelve special Rhode Island experiences, including stays at Rhode Island’s best resorts, such as Watch Hill’s Ocean House; The Chanler at Cliffwalk in Newport; the Harborside Inn or RI Hotel Manisses, on Block Island; or receive special VIP experiences at the Pawtucket Red Sox, the Providence Bruins, Trinity Repertory Company, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Roger Williams Park Zoo, Warwick Mall and Yawgoo Valley Ski Resort; or a ‘Cake A Month’ from Rhode Island’s own Gregg’s Restaurants.

To enter your photos, please visit www.rimonthly.com/iluvri


Washington Trust Employees Volunteer at the RI Community Food Bank

Food Bank

Washington Trust Officers and Supervisors volunteered at the Rhode Island Community Food Bank as part of the Bank’s Care Day Program. Volunteers participated in a variety of tasks throughout the day including the inspection, sorting, labeling and packing of donated food in the Food Bank’s production warehouse. By volunteering, Washington Trust employees enable the Food Bank to provide food assistance to those in need.






I RI Hosts 1st Cash Mob!

Cash Mob

Washington Trust and I Luv RI hosted their first I Luv RI Cash Mob on Saturday, June 16th. It was a sunny Saturday morning perfect for shopping in downtown Westerly. This event was designed to help support the economy of downtown Westerly and Rhode Island at large. Participants were asked to bring $10 to $20 to spend during the mob. Each participant was given a gold George Washington dollar coin, either to keep or spend that day at downtown businesses.

Roughly 30 guests met at the fountain in front of Washington Trust’s main office branch to participate in the Cash Mob. The business chosen for the mob to “descend upon” was The Eagle’s Nest Gallery, located at 50 High St. The selection was announced when the group met up at the fountain in front of the bank’s Broad Street location at 11 a.m. In less than one hour, the Mob spent more than $800 in the store!

To read more about the event, please visit The Westerly Sun


June I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

June Winner

Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly announced that “Newport Pell Bridge Silhouette”, a photo taken by, Eric Full of Portsmouth, R.I., is the recent winner of the I Luv RI 2012 photo contest and will appear in the June 2012 issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine.

Each month in 2012, a winning photo will be selected and published in Rhode Island Monthly magazine. Monthly photo winners also receive an “I Luv RI” gift basket full of Rhode Island items, and one of twelve special Rhode Island experiences, including stays at Rhode Island’s best resorts, such as Watch Hill’s Ocean House; The Chanler at Cliffwalk in Newport; the Harborside Inn or RI Hotel Manisses, on Block Island; or receive special VIP experiences at the Pawtucket Red Sox, the Providence Bruins, Trinity Repertory Company, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Roger Williams Park Zoo, Warwick Mall and Yawgoo Valley Ski Resort; or a ‘Cake A Month’ from Rhode Island’s own Gregg’s Restaurants.

To enter your photos, please visit www.rimonthly.com/iluvri


Washington Trust Home Loan Center Provides Scholarship for Local Ballplayer

Scholarship

The Washington Trust Home Loan Center, located in Sharon, MA, recently awarded Will Spring, Weymouth, Mass., with a scholarship so he can participate in the South Shore Baseball Club program this summer. The scholarship will allow Spring, who is just completing seventh grade at Chapman Middle School, the opportunity to play at the competitive level for the Seadogs, South Shore Baseball Club’s Amateur Athletic Union Team.

"Will is a tremendous young student-athlete and we are proud to provide him with a scholarship so he can participate in this program,” said Carl L. Sylvester, Vice President and Regional Manager of the Washington Trust Home Loan Center. “We wish him success on and off the field."



Washington Trust’s Peanut Butter Drive Reaches 100 Ton Milestone

Bank’s Annual Peanut Butter Drive Feeds Millions of Hungry Rhode Island Families

Peanut Butter

Washington Trust once again collected more than six tons of peanut butter during the Bank’s annual drive, held this past March, to help feed Rhode Island families in need. This year’s collections helped push the Bank’s 12-year total to more than 100 tons of peanut butter, enough to make almost four million peanut butter sandwiches. Peanut butter donations were distributed to local food banks throughout the State of Rhode Island.

"We are incredibly pleased with these results and grateful for the generosity of local Rhode Island businesses, organizations and schools that helped us collect more than 100 tons of peanut butter over the past 12 years,” said Joseph J. MarcAurele Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Washington Trust. “Washington Trust is committed to fighting hunger and helping Rhode Island families in need."


May I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

May Winner

Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly announced that “Water Ballet”, a photo taken by, Ingrid Matthews of Wyoming, R.I., is the recent winner of the I Luv RI 2012 photo contest and will appear in the May 2012 issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine.

“Visitors travel from far and wide to enjoy what we are blessed to have right here in our own backyard. Rhode Island is endowed with some of the most magnificent coastline on the East Coast. For me, there is no better way to spend the day than enjoying the sights and sounds of one of Rhode Island's many beautiful beaches. One can take a leisurely walk, soak up some sun, take a swim, catch a sunset or watch the surfers ride the waves and captivate us with their graceful water dance. It doesn't get much better,” said Matthews.

To enter your photos, please visit www.rimonthly.com/iluvri


I RI Hosts a Birthday Celebration at the Roger Williams Park Zoo!

Washington Trust and I Luv RI will be hosting a series of Birthday Celebrations for the animals at the Roger Williams Park Zoo. On Saturday, May 5th, the celebrations started with the African Wild Dogs. These events are open to the public. While you are at the zoo, get your own Roger Williams Park Zoo Animal Birthday Party Club card – get it stamped at 3 of the animal birthday celebrations being held through August and you will be entered to win a Zoo Safari Birthday Party of your own!

For more information, please visit www.rwpzoo.org.

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Washington Trust Employees Volunteer for JA Day

Junior Achievement of Rhode Island serves to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Junior Achievement is the world's largest organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs, and our legacy is for all youth to be given access to opportunity and success.

Washington Trust employees volunteered to take over a classroom for JA Day at local middle schools this year. For more information about Junior Achievement, please visit www.jarhodeisland.org.

 

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Washington Trust Employees Make Donations to Local Non Profit Organizations

Washington Trust’s Robert Richards was presented with the Spirit of Washington Trust Award earlier this year. As the award recipient, Robert selected Stand Up for Animals to make a contribution to, courtesy of the Bank. Pictured: Robert Richards, Facilities Coordinator of Washington Trust and Howard Thorp, President of the Board of Directors of Stand Up for Animals.


Washington Trust’s Lori Siciliano was presented with the Community Service Award earlier this year. As the award recipient, Lori selected Saint Vincent de Paul to make a contribution to, courtesy of the Bank. Pictured: Norman Dion, Representative of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, Pastor Rev. Giacomo Capoverdi, Immaculate Conception Church and Lori Siciliano, Assistant Vice President, Commercial Credit of Washington Trust.


Washington Trust’s Lori Siciliano was presented with the Community Service Award earlier this year. As the award recipient, Lori selected the Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County to make a contribution to, courtesy of the Bank. Pictured: Leslie Nelson, Development Assistant of the Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County, Lori Siciliano, Assistant Vice President, Commercial Credit of Washington Trust and Mary Roda, Executive Director of the Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County.




April I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

Apr Winner

Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly announced that “Corey T” a photo taken by Eric Wertheimer, of Wakefield, R.I., is the recent winner of the I Luv RI photo contest and will appear in the April 2012 issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine.

“I have been here long enough to appreciate how much the fishing village of Galilee means to the state… as an industry, as part of our history, and as a favorite location for the seasoned tourist. The storm clouds help to magnify the true beauty of the area; the vessels, and the landscape, accentuated by the lighthouse across the way. This is Rhode Island!” said Wertheimer.

To enter your photos, please visit www.rimonthly.com/iluvri


Washington Trust Hosts Community Skate Day in Westerly

Sports Fun Day

Washington Trust held a “Community Skate Day” as part of its 12th Annual Peanut Butter Drive on Saturday, March 17, 2012 from 12:00 PM until 2:00 at the Washington Trust Community Skating Center in Westerly. Each person who donated a jar of peanut butter, or made a five dollar donation, received free admission to the Skating Center. All donations benefit the Jonnycake Center of Westerly. Free refreshments were provided courtesy of McQuade’s Marketplace and Bess Eaton. Free raffle prizes were also awarded throughout the afternoon courtesy of Washington Trust.

“The Community Skate Day is a great way for families to donate peanut butter to help their neighbors and have some fun at the same time,” said Joseph MarcAurele, Washington Trust Chairman, President & CEO. Washington Trust will donate all of the peanut butter and money from this event to the Jonnycake Center of Westerly. To find out more about the peanut butter drive, please visit www.peanutbutterbank.com


I RI Sports Fun Day at the Warwick Mall

Sports Fun Day

Washington Trust hosted a “Sports Fun Day” at the Warwick Mall on Saturday, March 10 from 12 to 2 p.m. as part of the Bank’s 12th Annual Peanut Butter Drive to benefit the local Rhode Island food banks. This free, family-friendly event featured sports mascots from area colleges and WEEI Sports Radio personality Mike Adams. Yawgoo Valley Ski Area’s mascot Shredder also made an appearance this year. Many local Rhode Islanders came out to donate a jar of peanut butter and then meet and have their photos taken with their favorite sports mascots, including: “Samboni” from the Providence Bruins, “Paws” from the Pawtucket Red Sox and “The Anchorman” from Rhode Island College. Mikey Adams from WEEI Sports Radio and the WEEI Street Team engaged peanut butter donors in trivia games and raffles throughout the day. A special thank you to everyone who attended the event. For more information on the peanut butter drive, please visit www.peanutbutterbank.com.


March I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

Mar Winner

Washington Trust and Rhode Island Monthly announced today that “Prospect Park” a photo taken by Bara Mouradi, of East Greenwich, R.I., is the recent winner of the I Luv RI 2012 photo contest and will appear in the March 2012 issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine. “In this photo, the statue of Roger Williams seemingly warding off the leaden clouds speaks to the history of the man who founded Providence as a haven from religious persecution,” said Mouradi.

To enter your photos, please visit www.rimonthly.com/iluvri


Washington Trust's "I Luv RI" Campaign Receives Regional Award

Award

Washington Trust recently received an Excellence award, in the Community Relations/Cause Marketing category, from the Southeastern New England Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA/SENE) for the Bank's I Luv RI social media campaign. Introduced in July 2011 on Facebook and the Internet, www.iluvri.com, I Luv RI is the Bank's ongoing initiative to promote Rhode Island businesses and celebrate all that's great about the Ocean State.

"We are thrilled with the success of the I Luv RI campaign and honored to be recognized for our efforts to help support Rhode Island businesses, events, and causes," said Joseph J. MarcAurele, Washington Trust's Chairman, President & CEO. "In just over six months, I Luv RI has already attracted more than 10,000 Facebook "likes", with an average of 160,000 post views, and more than two hundred and fifty business coupons."

Visit www.iluvri.com for more information.


I Luv RI Events Help Support Local Rhode Island Food Pantries

PB Jar

With Rhode Island's hunger rate at an all time high, Washington Trust is conducting its 12th Annual Peanut Butter Drive through the month of March, with butter donations going directly to local Rhode Island food pantries. The Bank will also host a series of I Luv RI events to collect peanut butter donations. Jars of new, unopened peanut butter can be dropped off at any of Washington Trust's 18 branch locations or at the following I Luv RI March events:

  • Saturday, March 10 - “Sports Fun Day” at the Warwick Mall, Warwick, RI
  • Saturday, March 17 - “Community Skate Day” at the Washington Trust Skating Center, Westerly, RI
  • Friday, March, 23 - "Peanut Butter Night" at the Providence Bruins Game, Providence, RI

"Rhode Islanders have been hit hard by the challenging economy and families are struggling to feed their children," said Joseph J. MarcAurele, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Washington Trust. He added, “Over the past ten years, we’ve fed millions of Rhode Islanders but the need still exists. We’re encouraging everyone to donate just one jar of peanut butter, which can make up to 16 sandwiches.”

For more information about the 12th annual peanut butter drive, or to get involved, please visit www.peanutbutterbank.com.


February I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

Feb Winner

Washington Trust and RI Monthly today announced that Timothy Hiebert, of Providence, R.I., has been selected as the second winner of the I Luv RI’s 2012 photo contest. Hiebert’s stunning shot of the Providence River “I-Way” Bridge entitled, “Nocturne”, has been published in the February 2012 issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine.

"I shot 'Nocturne' during a winter walk from my Fox Point neighborhood across the old I-195 bridge in Providence, at a time when intrepid pedestrians could still roam on it at will and discover some of the best views in the city. The scene attracted me because it reflected at once the staid historic legacy and the pulsing youthful energy of Providence," said Hiebert.

To enter your photos, please visit www.rimonthly.com/iluvri


January I RI Photo Contest Winner is Announced!

January Winner

Washington Trust and RI Monthly are pleased to announce that Katie Gendreau, of Bristol, R.I., has been selected as the January 2012 winner of the “I Luv RI” photo contest. Katie’s breathtaking photo “Rough Surf at Sunrise” depicts the waves crashing over the Beavertail State Park coastline in Jamestown. The photograph, which appears in the January 2012 issue of Rhode Island Monthly Magazine, was one of more than 350 entries in the monthly photo contest.

“The ‘I Luv RI’ campaign was designed to celebrate all that’s great about the Ocean State,” stated Elizabeth B. Eckel, Washington Trust’s Senior Vice President of Marketing. “This photograph truly represents one of the Ocean State’s most beautiful spots and one of the many reasons Rhode Island is such a wonderful place to live, work, and visit.”

“As a landscape photographer, I am endlessly inspired by Rhode Island's beautiful coastline. I shot ‘Rough Surf at Sunrise’ on a very dreary November morning at Beavertail State Park. There was a storm offshore and the surf was as high as I've ever seen it; waves were pounding the rocks and all I could hear was the constant thundering roar of the ocean. It was one of the most exhilarating and dramatic scenes I have ever witnessed,” said Gendreau.

To enter your photos, please visit www.rimonthly.com/iluvri


Washington Trust Adopts Families for the Holidays

Gifts

Washington Trust helped brighten the holidays for nearly 40 families and hundreds of children in need in Rhode Island and Southeastern Connecticut. Bank employees “adopted” families through local nonprofit organizations and churches and purchased hundreds of gifts including: clothing, toys, games, and gift cards. Non-profit organizations provided Washington Trust with sizes, ages, and wish lists for local families in need and Bank employees donated “anonymously”.

This year, the Washington Trust company support these organizations:

  • Bradford Jonnycake Center (Westerly)
  • Children’s Friend and Service (Providence)
  • Comprehensive Community Action Program (Cranston)
  • Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County (Wakefield)
  • First Baptist Church (Richmond)
  • Mary D. Fund (Block Island)
  • North Kingstown Senior Center
  • Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center (Pawcatuck, CT)
  • Peace Dale Jonnycake Center (Peacedale)
  • Pleasant St. Baptist Church (Westerly)
  • Providence Intown Churches Association
  • RI Center Assisting those in Need (Charlestown)
  • Town of Charlestown-DCYF
  • Saint Francis Xavier (East Providence)
  • W.A.R.M. Shelter (Westerly
  • West Bay Community Action (Warwick)
  • Wood River Health Services (Richmond)
  • YMCA of Greater Providence


I RI Super Fan Announced

Super Fan

Nine year old Riley Whitehead of Rumford, RI, was selected as the Super Fan of the Bank’s “I Luv RI” contest. Riley, son of Ellen and Michael Whitehead, received 4 courtside seats to the sold-out University of Rhode Island vs. Providence College basketball rivalry this Friday, December 23rd at the Ryan Center. They will also joing Washington Trust and 100 other fans for an “I Luv RI” pre-game pizza party.

Riley won the contest by posting a photograph of himself, dressed head-to-toe in Rhody Ram apparel, on the Bank’s “I Luv RI” Facebook page. Riley’s parents are proud URI alumni who passed along their love for the University to their children.



Joseph MarcAurele Presented with Corporate Citizenship Award at PBN’s 2011 Business Excellence Awards

Business Excellence Award

Joseph MarcAurele, Chairman, President and CEO of Washington Trust, was recognized for his corporate citizenship for his 40-year commitment to the local community on November 17th at the 11th Annual Providence Business News Business Excellence Awards.

MarcAurele has served on a number of boards, including the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce, the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council and the Urban Collaborative Accelerated Program.

"He is a down-to-earth gentleman who inspires people at all levels to do what's right and help in any way... whether it's with time, talent or money," his BEA nomination said while highlighting his charitable donations and volunteer efforts.



Washington Trust Presents Leadership Awards to Local High School Student-Athletes

Leadership Award

Representatives from Washington Trust presented “The Washington Trust Team Leadership Award” to two high school seniors at the annual Westerly High School vs. Stonington High School Thanksgiving Day football game. The 2011 award recipients were Arrow Johnson of Stonington High School and Alexander Santangelo of Westerly High School.

The seniors were selected by their coaches because they serve as good role models, leaders, and are loyal sportsmen. They are both held in high regard by their coaches and peers, and have created a legacy of hard work, both on and off the field. They are dedicated to their team mates, continually possess and maintain a positive attitude, and exhibit team spirit.

“Washington Trust is pleased to recognize these future leaders from our community,” said Joseph J. MarcAurele Chairman, President and CEO of Washington Trust. “Arrow and Alexander’s commitment to excellence and display of leadership has not gone unnoticed.”

Barbara Perino, Executive Vice President of Operations and Technology, and Paul Nunes, Vice President and Wealth Management Officer, presented the players with a trophy at the post game award ceremony.



Washington Trust Donates $12,000 and Hundreds of Non-Perishable Goods to Local Food Pantries

2011 Thanksgiving

The Washington Trust Charitable Foundation recently donated $12,000 to local food pantries in the communities the Bank serves in Rhode Island and Southeastern Connecticut season. Washington Trust employees also donated hundreds of canned goods and non-perishable food items to the pantries for local families in need during the upcoming holiday season.

Bank employees delivered $1,000 checks and items for Thanksgiving baskets to the following organizations:

  • Block Island: Helping Hands of Block Island
  • Charlestown: Rhode Island Center Assisting Those in Need
  • Cranston: Comprehensive Community Action in Cranston
  • Hope Valley: Wood River Health Services
  • North Kingstown: North Kingstown Food Pantry
  • Peace Dale: Jonnycake Center
  • Providence: Intown Churches Association
  • Rumford: Bread of Life Food Pantry in Rumford
  • Warwick: Westbay Community Action
  • Westerly: W.A.R.M. Shelter and Jonnycake Center
  • Connecticut: Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center in Pawcatuck

“Washington Trust understands the struggles many families are facing this year,” said Joseph J. MarcAurele, Washington Trust Chairman, President and CEO. “We hope that our contributions will make the holiday season a bit easier for those in need.”

"This is an incredibly busy time for our food pantry and it is the community donations that really make the difference in keeping the food on our shelves,” said Elizabeth Pasquilini, Director of the Jonnycake Center in Westerly. “The 300 items of food collected by Washington Trust will feed as many as 85 people this Thanksgiving."



Washington Trust Receives 2011 Friend of Children Award

2011 Friend of Children Award

Children's Friend, a leading provider of child welfare, family support, mental health, and child development services recently held their 9th Annual "Investing in Our Children Luncheon". The event raised funds for the agency's innovative and effective programs that aid Rhode Island's most vulnerable children. At this year's luncheon, Washington Trust was awarded the 2011 Friend of Children Award. Peter Miniati accepted the award on behalf of Washington Trust.

"While this economy has taken its toll across the country, Rhode Islanders have been hit harder than most. This year, we are serving a record number of individuals - more than 30,000 people - and increase from 17,000 just three years ago." sad David Caprio, President and CEO of Children's Friend. "Thanks to the generous support we are receiving today, we can continue to make a difference in children's lives."



Washington Trust Takes Action to Ease Hunger Through McAuley’s “Lunch on Us” Program

Washington Trust CEO Joseph J. MarcAurele serves meals to the needy

Joseph MarcAurele

Washington Trust President and CEO Joseph J. MarcAurele, joined by five Washington Trust executives, on Monday served lunch to more than 200 hungry women, men and children at McAuley House.

The volunteerism – during national “Hunger Action Month” – was part of the “Lunch on Us at McAuley House” program. The program invites organizations to financially support the Providence meal site, and to send its employees to serve lunch and witness firsthand the impact they make. Washington Trust this month made a $5,000 donation to McAuley House, enabling the nonprofit to continue providing basic human needs.

“Without support from partners like Washington Trust, women, men and children in Rhode Island would go without food, clothing or shelter,” said Executive Director of McAuley Ministries, Donald P. Wolfe. “We are able to do this vital work because of friends like them.”

This is the second year in a row that Washington Trust has supported “Lunch on Us at McAuley House.” More than a dozen Washington Trust executives volunteered over a two week period.



Providence Bruins 1st Annual Black & Gold Game

The PBruins Celebrate their 20th Season

PBruins

The Providence Bruins are excited to start their 20th season and they will be celebrating all season. On Tuesday, September 20th they introduced the 1st annual Black & Gold Game which sold out the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. Members of the Boston Bruins and the Providence Bruins shared the ice for an exciting intersquad scrimmage. The Dunkin’ Donuts Center will also host the 20th Anniversary Bruins Alumni Game. The Providence Bruins Alumni Game will feature some of the most popular players from the 20 year history of the P-Bruins. For more information on these and other Providence Bruins games, please visit their website www.providencebruins.com.

Join Washington Trust and the Providence Bruins as they kick of their 20th season on Friday, October 7th. Be one of the first 1000 fans and receive a complimentary “clapper” from Washington Trust to make some noise and cheer on the PBruins!

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Block Island Celebrates 9/11 with a Benefit Concert

Concert is part of 350th Anniversary Celebration

Block Island

Washington Trust employees visited Block Island Septemeber 10th and 11th to celebrate Block Island's 350th Anniversary. The weekend was full of events for the whole family! The annual Run Around the Block 15K Road Race took place on Saturday, September 10th. Runners took a scenic route around block island, taking in all of the beautiful sights and sounds. The weekend ended with a concert at The Sullivan House. Visitors enjoyed the sounds of the Beantown Swing Orchestra and Block Island's very own Booze Beggars, while overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. All proceeds from this concert went to benefit the Block Island Volunteer Fire and Rescue Squad.

Block Island will be celebrating its 350th Anniversary through the end of the year. The tourism council will be hosting special "350" events throughout the year, running all the way to December 31st 2011. To see the full list of special events click the title above or visit www.blockisland350.com.

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Washington Trust Employees Volunteer at A Taste of Mystic, CT

A Taste of Mystic

On September 9, 10 and 11th, thousands of people came together to celebrate Family, Fun and Entertainment at the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce's annual "Taste of Mystic". Over 30 local restaurants lined Cottrell Street, in Historic Downtown Mystic each offering a unique and delicious taste of their specialty. Patrons could enjoy some of their favorite foods while taking in the views from the Mystic River.

In addition to the delicious food, there was live entrainment provided by local musicians such The Cartells, Kevin Crandell Band, High Times, Flowers and Kain and Mind Body and Soul and Eight to the Bar.

Washington Trust volunteers sold tickets which were used to purchase food among the various vendors including The Bridge, Mystic Pizza and North End Deli.



I RI helped celebrate Washington Trust's 211th Birthday!

Celebration was hosted by the Roger Williams Park Zoo

Birthday Cake

Washington Trust celebrate their 211th birthday with a fun-filled day at the acclaimed Roger Williams Park Zoo; a Rhode Island gem. It was a great day shared with the African elephants, giraffes, zebras, snow leopards, red pandas, moon bears, gibbons, penguins and much more in the beautiful park setting. The Washington Trust star mascot was at the zoo taking pictures with all of his fans! Children participated in a scavenger hunt while enjoying one of the oldest zoo's in the country.

Friends of Washington Trust received $2 off adults and $1 off children for up to 4 people in a party. And what is a birthday party without birthday cake! Each of the Washington Trust braches served cake and refreshments to customers throughout the day. All week long the Bank is celebrating with raffle prizes in the branches. Stop by today and enter to win!

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What do you about Rhode Island?

Washington Trust celebrates what is great about Rhode Island

I Luv RI

The beautiful beaches? Historic landmarks? Fantastic restaurants? Washington Trust wants to know! As the nation’s oldest community bank, we Rhode Island because it’s the place we’ve called home since 1800. And as we celebrate what’s great and special in Rhode Island, we welcome you to join us. Visit our website, iluvri.com, and like us on Facebook to share your favorite Rhode Island photos, best places, trivia, and more. You’ll also find updates on local community events, special discounts from Rhode Island businesses, and more!

Washington Trust recently launched the I RI campaign to show our commitment to promoting local businesses and to help grow Rhode Island’s economy. We have already partnered with many terrific Rhode Island businesses and organizations and would “luv” to have other local businesses join our efforts to celebrate what’s great about the Ocean State.

If you would like to participate, please contact marketing@washtrust.com for more information.

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Washington Trust Presents the Rising Stars of FirstWorks

Free Lunchtime Concert Series Celebrating Young Performers

The Many Faces of George Washington

Washington Trust and FirstWorks will once again partner to present The Rising Stars of FirstWorks – a FREE summer lunchtime concert series. The weekly series kicks off on Thursday, July 14 and will take place each Thursday at noon through August 4. The series celebrates the diverse talents of the region’s most inspiring young performers and renews Washington Trust and FirstWorks’ shared commitment to community and artistic excellence. Each forty-minute outdoor concert will be held at noon at the Washington Trust financial district branch, located in downtown Providence at the intersection of Westminster and Orange Streets.

Now in its third year, The Rising Stars of FirstWorks will open with The Laotian Dance Troupe of the Laotian Community Center of RI on July 14. The Laotian Dance Troupe will present a rich and colorful performance that focuses on the Kinnaly, one of the loveliest mythological beings that dwell in the Himmapan Forest. The Kinnaly, also known as “Daughters of the Sky God”, often escape their father's celestial playground, descending to Earth to enjoy simple pleasures such as bathing in the river. “Kinnaly”, the song of the same name, depicts this particular bathing scene before the runaways fly back to the heavens.

Napua O' Polynesia – "Flowers of Polynesia" dancers, drummers and musicians will perform both Kahiko (Ancient) and Modern hula on July 21 in a cultural tour of the music and dance of Hawaii, New Zealand, Tahiti and The Philippines.

On July 28, Music One will perform a showcase featuring students’ original compositions and arrangements. Music One’s innovative program is designed to support and educate youth by cultivating their talents in original music and multi-media projects while providing mentoring, leadership development and empowerment for making positive change.

The series will conclude with RPM Youth Voices on August 4 in a spiritually uplifting and culturally enriching musical performance featuring gospel, jazz and blues.



The Many Faces of George Washington Traveling Panel Exhibit Comes to Rhode Island

Washington Trust is sponsoring the traveling panel exhibition The Many Faces of George Washington which will be hosted by the Newport Historical Society in July 2011.

The Many Faces of George Washington

The Many Faces of George Washington will be a centerpiece of the Newport community’s Fourth of July celebration, which will also feature the reading of the Declaration of Independence from the steps of the Colony House—the same place where it was originally read in July 1776.

Through color graphics of paintings, photographs and iconic objects from the Mount Vernon collections, the exhibition presents the many different faces of George Washington’s leadership as a general, statesman, farmer and visionary entrepreneur. The exhibit will be placed into the 1739 Colony House, which hosted George Washington during several visits to Newport during and after the Revolutionary War.

The exhibit is scheduled to be opened for viewing at the Colony House in Newport every day from June 25th – July 9th from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM. During those times tickets can be purchased at the Colony House for $6. In addition, the exhibit will also be viewable during the last week of June and through the month of July for those who sign up for the regularly scheduled Colony House / Wanton Lyman Hazard House tour, offered every Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11:30 AM. Tickets for the tour are $12, however during the exhibit run, for just the Colony House portion the price is $6. Tickets for Colony House / Wanton Lyman Hazard House tour are sold at the tour departure point, the Museum & Shop at the Brick Market, 127 Thames Street, Newport, RI (401) 841-8770.

For additional information on The Many Faces of George Washington Traveling Panel Exhibit please visit Newport Historical Society’s website at www.newporthistory.org or contact NHS at (401) 846-0813.

 

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