Ocean State Kidz Club welcomed


On March 30, an official ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to welcome Ocean State Kidz Club at 350 Park Ave. – the site of the former Blockbuster Video – to the community. Ward 1 Councilwoman Lammis Vargas and Leanne Zarrella, director of constituent affairs for Mayor Allan Fung, were among the approximately 75 people in attendance. Ocean State Kidz Club provides after school, vacation and summer programming for students in grades six through eight. To learn more, call 227-9303, email oceanstatekidzri@gmail.com

or visit oceanstatekidzri.com. (Herald photos by Steve Popiel) MAKING IT OFFICIAL:

Laura Liddle and her husband, Matt Schoeninger, co-owners of Ocean State Kidz Club, cut the ribbon during the ceremony. Also pictured, from left, are Cranston Police Capt. Vincent McAteer III and his children, 3-year-old Helena and 8-year-old Harrison; Councilwoman Lammis Vargas and her 8-year-old son Christian; and Tanya Townsend, OSKC’s site coordinator, along with Galvin Kilduff, who served as “Mayor for the Day” at the event.


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Paula Liddle

It was a beautiful ceremony for Laura and Matt! They both have worked at Liddle Tots 11 teen a family business for 11 years. They provided a wonderful program for years for ages 5 - 12 summer camp, before and after. Congratulations!!!

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