October 20, 2021

Bannister Gift Shop Reopens

On October 13, Bannister Center on Dodge Street in Providence had a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand re-opening of the La Bodega resident gift shop. The gift shop hasn’t been open since prior to the start of the Covid-19 pandemic and Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza was on hand for the ribbon cutting. Here, with Bannister leadership and staff present, is 65-year-old Resident Council President Gregory Strong cuts the ribbon with a little help from Mayor Elorza.

Following the ribbon cutting ceremony which marked the grand re-opening of the La Bodega resident gift shop at Bannister Center in Providence on October 13, 2021, Providence Mayor Elorza stayed for photo opps with some of the staff. Here, from left to right is Administrator Henry Heinemann, Mayor Elorza, Recreation Director Amy Alvarado, Candie Martinez, Business Office Manager, Sonia Danielbras, Director of Social Services, Rita Claire Robinson, Director of Nursing Services, and in front is Resident Council President Gregory Strong.

As seen on WJAR, WLNE, and WPRI 

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