Rumford Lions sell Crescent Park-themed Christmas ornaments


EAST PROVIDENCE — The Rumford Lions has introduced the fifth in a series of Christmas ornaments that depict historic icons of East Providence.  The first issue in the series (2008) was the clock tower at East Providence Senior High School and the second issue (2009) was the gate at Pierce Memorial Field, 2010 was Weaver Library and last year was a Christmas Wreath that depicted Townie Pride.

This year’s ornament is colorful and displays the Alhambra Ballroom and the rollercoaster at Crescent Park.  Ornaments are available from any member of the Rumford Lions or you may order via email at or via telephone at 401 474-1212.

Ornaments are $16 each and if the ornament is to be mailed to you, add $1.50 per ornament. They will also be sold at the Newman Congregational Church Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 12.

The ornament, which was manufactured by the same company that makes official White House Christmas Ornament, is multi colored gold plated brass. Not only will they look great on your Christmas Tree they also make great gifts for family, friends and co-workers. Also don’t forget that displaced Townie living in other areas of the country & world. Cresent Park picture here We have a small supply of High School Clock Tower, Weaver Library and the Townie Pride Wreath.  These ornament are available for $12 each, the same postage fee of $1.50 per ornament applies.

To order by mail please send your payment to: Rumford Lions, PO Box 4921, Rumford, R.I., 02916. Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.


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