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Jorge Elorza
Son of immigrants, PVD native, traveler, foodie, runner. Accountant, lawyer, professor, judge, 38th Mayor of the City of Providence and proud dad of Omar.
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Nellie M. Gorbea 13h
Voting matters! Decisions are made at all levels of government that impact your everyday life. In order to vote, you need to be registered.
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Jorge Elorza 16h
It was great to visit our seniors at St. Martin dePorres this afternoon! It's important to give our thanks and appreciation for their many contributions to the growth of our thriving and vibrant neighborhoods.
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Sustain_PVD 19h
Play & recreation can improve physical & mental health and is important for creating healthy & sustainable communities. Join Mayor Jorge Elorza for 's 3rd Annual Golf Tournament at Triggs Memorial Golf Course, Friday, Oct 5 and support the City's Department of Recreation!
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Jorge Elorza 19h
I’m committed to making it as easy as possible for young people to vote and participate in our democracy. That’s why I signed on to , , and for the pledge. Get registered today - National Voter Registration Day!
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Jorge Elorza Sep 24
Tomorrow is If you haven't registered to vote, there will be 2 registration drives in . Visit in Kennedy Plaza from 10AM-2PM or the Rhode Island State Archives at 337 Westminster St., from 4:30PM-6:30PM.
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Nellie M. Gorbea Sep 21
is Tuesday, September 25! Pay a visit to the State Archives to brush up on the history of voting in RI and make sure you’re registered to vote!
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Jorge Elorza Sep 24
Providence Promise provides greater access to higher education by helping young families plan for the future early. Today, we are celebrating the 250th student supported through the Providence Promise program. To learn more, visit: .
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Nellie M. Gorbea Sep 24
Today Secretary Gorbea joined , Frank Cruz, and Richard Lappin in celebrating the families who are planning for their child or children’s next steps towards college and participating in
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Jorge Elorza Sep 24
I’m so excited to officially launch one of the first electric bike share programs in New England! The bike share program positions the City of Providence to be a more sustainable, healthier and fun city for years to come!
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Sustain_PVD Sep 24
Official kickoff ride happening now! Get your first ride free via promo code F1RSTJUMP
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Providence DID Sep 24
Mayor is kicking off the launch of today in Burnside Park with a group ride.
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Jorge Elorza Sep 24
Who's ready for golf?! Join us for our 3rd Annual Golf Tournament at Triggs Memorial Golf Course, Friday, October 5. ___ All proceeds benefit the Providence Department of Recreation.
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Providence EMA Sep 24
Day 24 of National Prep Month. Make a basic plan that can apply to all hazards and exercise regularly. Make sure all family members are included and don't forget about your pets.
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Providence Schools Sep 21
NEW: We have been notified by the Teamsters Union that represents the First Student bus drivers that they are planning to strike on Thursday, Sept. 27.
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Jorge Elorza Sep 22
There's no better place to celebrate Rhode Island's aquaculture industry than in Providence, the Creative Capital! Come on down and enjoy some delicious food at the in River Walk Park.
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Jorge Elorza Sep 21
ONE Neighborhood Builders has spent 30 years revitalizing Providence neighborhoods and providing our residents with affordable housing. We thank you for your dedication to our communities! Happy 30th Anniversary, !
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Erika Sanzi Sep 21
Attn Providence parents: In preparation for potential bus driver strike, you MUST update your emergency contact info and be sure that all ppl authorized to pick up your children are listed and have ID with them if they pick up your children.
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Providence Schools Sep 21
PVD families of school bus riders -- Please make sure your child's school has your current contact information on file.
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Jorge Elorza Sep 21
It's so great to visit Mary, a special Providence resident who is celebrating her 100th birthday today!
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Sustain_PVD Sep 21
One more reason we love ! The Jump Bike Boost plan offers low-cost options for qualified community members. Want to know more? Meet JUMP reps this Saturday at at 11am. Learn more here:
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