Friday, February 8, 2013
More than 500 sandwiches, 10 gallons of soup and chips are ready for the snowplow drivers, emergency personnel and others involved in the city's effort during the snow storm.
Rapid sandwich making was on the agenda for a small gathering of Attleboro leaders Friday afternoon at the home of Sue Blais, vice chair of the Attleboro Republican City Committee. The sandwiches are for the snowplow drivers, emergency personnel and others involved in the city's effort during the snowstorm. Soup and chips are also being provided. All the food is being provided for free and nobody is paid to prepare it. The food is needed because stores are closed during most of the time while the city is handling issues with the snowstorm, Blais said. Those helping with the sandwich making were Mayor Kevin Dumas, City Councilors Jay DiLisio and Brian Kirby, city administrator Barry LaCasse and Attleboro GOP Chair Howard Bibeault.
Monday, July 25, 2011
Former Democrat and Louisiana governor, Buddy Roemer made a stop in Attleboro two days after announcing his candidacy for United States president.
Former Democrat and Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer, who announced Friday that he has joined the race for Republican nomination in the 2012 United States presidential election, made a stop in Attleboro Sunday afternoon. Roemer stopped by the home of Vice Chair of the Attleboro Republican City Committee, Susan Blais Sunday during the MASSGOP Summer Cookout Fundraiser, held by the Attleboro GOP Committee. This year's collaborative effort was the results of joint planning and participation by the AttleboroGOP Board and the leadership of the MASS GOP, in an effort locally to support Massachusetts Republicans during the coming November election season. AttleboroGOP Chairman Howard Bibeault and Vice Chair Susan Blais, welcomed the sold out …