Pawtucket Hall of Popularity Committee reveals 2022 Pawtucket Hall of Popularity Inductees and Individual of the Year Award — the honors go to 2 RINewsToday authors, Dr. Michael Fine and Jack Partridge, and the unique visitor look of previous honoree, and present RINewsToday author, Ron St. Pierre.
The Pawtucket Hall of Popularity Committee happily reveals this year’s list of 2022 Pawtucket Hall of Popularity conscripts. The general public is welcomed to its yearly Pawtucket Hall of Popularity Banquet and Induction Event on Friday, November 4, 2022, starting at 6pm (reception), 7pm (supper) at the Pawtucket Armory Arts Center, 172 Exchange Street, Pawtucket, RI, catered by Pranzi.
The Master of Ceremonies for the night will be Anchor/Reporter, Alison Bologna from WJAR NBC10 with unique visitor, RI Radio & & Television and 2017 Pawtucket Hall of Famer, Ron St. Pierre. Opening the events for the night, will be President and CEO of RI Structure and 2019 Pawtucket Hall of Popularity conscript, Neil Steinberg. The induction award is offered to those people whose efforts, in any line of undertaking, have actually gone ‘above & & beyond’ in their social work activities and/or who have actually been lorries that shine a favorable light upon the city.
This year’s 2022 Pawtucket Hall of Popularity Conscripts are: Wendy Carlos (‘ godmother’ of electronic music), Dr. Michael Fine ( author, neighborhood organizer & & family doctor), James R. Hoyt, Jr. ( ceo of the Young boy’s & & Girls Club of Pawtucket), Roberta Noiseux, Kenneth Noiseux ( neighborhood benefactors), Jack ‘Jack’ Partridge ( author, legal representative, Senior Counsel to the company of Partridge, Snow & & Hahn LLP), and (the late) David Rosser ( previous executive director of the Blackstone River Watershed Association & & creator of Operation Zap. Likewise being acknowledged as our “historic conscript” is Hannah Wilkinson Slater ( early American leader and innovator).
In addition to these inductions, this year’s recipient of the standard “Individual of the Year Award”, which is offered to acknowledge the individual the committee thinks has actually made an impressive contribution over this previous year will exist to Elizabeth Moreira ( Pawtucket’s Public Health & & Equity Director).
Tickets are $75.00 per individual (after October 15– $85.00 per individual) and will be offered start in September (money or examine just). Tables of (10) might be acquired to accommodate a group or household and must be acquired early. Tickets might be acquired personally at the Blackstone Valley Visitor Center, 175 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI which is opened 7 days a week from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, OR by mail dealt with to: Pawtucket Hall of Popularity Committee, 137 Roosevelt Opportunity, Pawtucket, RI 02860. Checks must be made payable to: Pawtucket Hall of Popularity Committee. Tickets will not be offered after October 22 and will not be cost the door.
The Pawtucket Hall of Popularity is a 501c3 non-profit company developed in 1986 to honor the 100th anniversary of Pawtucket as a city. The function of the Hall of Popularity is to honor the contributions of individuals whose efforts, in any line of undertaking, have actually contributed to the heritage of the City of Pawtucket.
For more information, see www.pawtucketri.com or call 401-273-5367.