Katie DeCubellis Charity Ride
Sponsored by the Blue Knights
Sunday August 17th, 2014
Registration 10 – 11 am
Ride leaves at 11am
Cookout at Manchester Hall at end of ride
Manchester Lodge #12, Coventry Masons Hall
585 Washington Street, (Rt. 117)
Coventry, RI 02816
Fees: Rider $20/Passenger $10
Open to All Street Legal Motorcycles
Contact Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org
KDMF Charm Bracelet
New for 2014 – Commemorative KDMF Charm Bracelet
Price: $17.00 (Includes shipping and handling)
Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation Harvest Moondance Gala
Please join us for an unforgettable evening!
Saturday September 13, 2014 at 6:00 pm
Dunes Club, 137 Boston Neck Rd, Narragansett RI
Nancy Paolino and the Black Tie Band
Grammy nominated composer and pianist Joe Parillo
Harvard University’s a capella group “Opportunes”
Uli Gallman spinning your favorite music
Tickets $125 per Person
No tickets sold at the Door.
For more information & reservations call 401-788-0052
Proceeds from the Gala will be used to further the objectives of the KDMF and continue to support its scholarship endowment program that provides annual scholarships to deserving students throughout Rhode Island.
Each year in the early summer timeframe the KDMF Road Race is held in Narragansett, RI. This event has grown to the third largest road race in the state of RI. We hope everyone will be able to make this year’s race. The date is set for Sunday, June 8, 2014 so mark your calendars!
Posted on September 6, 2011
In a quiet corner of Christofaro Park, away from the tennis courts and basketball courts, the Garden of Hope & Remembrance is being constructed. Volunteers have been instrumental in constructing the foundation, a sitting wall, and plantings. The garden will feature boxwoods, azaleas, hydrangeas, and many beds with flowers that have been selected for blooms throughout the seasons. A sculpture is also planned for the garden as. Katie was an artist, and the family hopes some of Narragansett’s young artists will provide some ideas and/or proposals.
So far, all of the labor and materials have been donated, but to complete the park. The Foundation can’t expect the unlimited support to continue, however. So, it’s selling bricks to go on the facing of the sitting wall and on a path leading to the garden’s more formal section. The bricks are $50 each and contain up to three lines of text, with a maximum of 14 characters per line, including spaces.
If you would like to help by purchasing a brick, click here for more information.