Charlestown Citizens Alliance - September 29, 2016

---

Preview Your Ballot for the November 8 General Election

Polls are open 7AM to 8PM on Tuesday, November 8 The state prints different ballots for each precinct in Charlestown and there are four polling places in Charlestown for the November 8th election. The ballots are the same for precincts 501 and 502 where the RI Senate race (district 34) is between Elaine Morgan and Catherine Cool Rumsey. The ballots …

Read more.

---
Virginia Lee

Spotlight on Virginia Lee - Town Council Candidate

Did you know that Town Councilor Virginia Lee is a leading expert on South County's Coastal Ponds? Or that she co-authored a report on the effects of climate change on Rhode Island's coasts? Or that she holds a Masters of Science in Oceanography? You can learn lots more about Virginia at her candidate profile.

Read more.

---
RYSE Building

Chariho Superintendent Wows Crowd at R.Y.S.E Forum

Chariho Superintendent Barry Ricci captured the hearts and minds of Charlestown residents at his annual open forum in Town Hall and began by explaining the November 8th Referendum on the R.Y.S.E. (Reaching Youth through Support and Education) School Building Project. Unlike the annual school budget approved by a majority of voters among the three towns, the referendum requires passage by …

Read more.

---

Third Annual Twin Peaks Preservation Stroll

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

This Sunday, October 2,  the 3rd annual 5K Walk/Stroll supporting Breast Cancer Research will step off at the Charlestown Rathskeller.

Registration begins at 8:30 am and light refreshments will be served after the cancer walk.

Read more.

---

Check the CCA Events Calendar for more to do in Charlestown

---
Charlestown Citizens Alliance on Facebook

We post our popular events from the CCA Events Calendar to our Facebook page. To stay informed about goings on in Charlestown be sure to "like" our Facebook page

---

The banner image in this email is a photograph of a sunflower by Janice Carlson. The sunflowers are volunteers, planted by birds who visit Janice's bird feeder. If you have photos of Charlestown wildlife, landscapes, or events that you would like to share with us to use on our website, Facebook, or in emails, please send them to us by email.

---

Tell your neighbors and friends about our email list, forward them this email or our web site address and let them know we are a free service!!