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Little Compton business raises funds for school

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LITTLE COMPTON — A local business that specializes in organizational and concierge services has offered to contribute $10 to the Wilbur & McMahon Parent, Student, Teacher (PST) Organization for every concierge service purchased by residents through the end of the school year (June 18).

Concierge services, says the business’ owner Nicole Osborne Despres, include an array of things that range from running errands, to household chores and organization projects.

“Especially at this time of year,” said Ms. Despres, “many older people hesitate to drive in the snow to run errands and would prefer to outsource those tasks. Likewise, many working folks would prefer to spend free-time on leisure activities rather than on tedious projects around the house. That is where we come in.”

She and her husband Christopher Osborne Jr., have worked together over the last decade and become “expert organizers, project managers, cleaners, and handy-persons.” To learn more, visit their website at www.njdespres.com or call 401.484.2101.

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