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Brush With History artist Tom Gill, created a stir of excitement at the Gallery’s "Edge of White” show when Pat herself joined the crowd at the opening reception.
She is a survivor of Fires, floods, accidents, widowhood and operations ("And that’s only the good part of my life,” she chirps).
Helen was entertained in Florida recently by a band she employed for more than 30 years at "Happy Helen’s” on the Pawtucket Boulevard Bert La France and Shirley and George Goodness on drums, organs, guitars and vocals Filled her home and the neighborhood with big band music.
Helen, who in her prime danced with Rudolph Valentino at the Memorial Auditorium (she was "Miss Lowell” then), was the First woman in New England to receive a liquor license.
Popping off to Florida at an age when other people retire, she promptly bought a gas station, converted it into a dine-and-dance bistro and set Crystal River agog. Adding, "if you rest, you rust.” Computing in comfort By LARRY BLASKO Associated Press Writer Sitting for hours at a computer is one of the many chores of modem life to which our bodies must adapt.