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Community Artists Program
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Charlestown

Make & Take Crafts (Drop in Crafts) Ages 3+
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Westerly

Valentine's Day Cards
11:30 a.m. - Noon Charlestown

Critter Club - Saturday Afternoon Parent-Child Nature Program
2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Charlestown

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(l-r) Deidra Tasca, of Mystic, Patty Panciera, of Westerly, Mary Jane DiMaio Caraway, of Westerly, and Connie McGuire, of Westerly, get ready to head out in their carts at the start of The Westerly Education Endowment Fund (WEEF)11th annual golf tournament on Saturday morning at Richmond Country Club. Proceeds from the event benefit WEEF and its programs.( Grace White / The Westerly Sun)
Cayne Holland, of Westerly, and Robert Salmonca, of New London, wave as the head out onto the course at the start of the Westerly Education  Endowment Fund (WEEF) 11th annual golf tournament on Saturday morning at Richmond Country Club.( Grace White / The Westerly Sun) A row of golf carts and part of the Richmond Country Club building are reflected in the pond before the start of the Westerly Education Endowment Fund (WEEF)11th annual golf tournament on Saturday morning.( Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Roy Seitisinger, Jr., superintendent of Westerly schools, carries his golf clubs to his cart prior to the start of  the Westerly Education Endowment Fund (WEEF) 11th annual golf tournament on Saturday morning at Richmond Country Club. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Pat Bricault, of Westerly, fills out her raffle tickets after purchasing them from volunteer Fran Prescott, of Westerly, as Louise Seitsinger, of West Warwick, wife of Roy Seitsinger Jr., prepares to help another patron during the Westerly Education and Endowment Fund golf tournament Saturday. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun)

Photo Gallery: The Westerly Education Endowment Fund held its 11th annual golf tournament at Richmond Country Club.




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