Dinner Meeting – June 14, 2022

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Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Siena Restaurant
5600 Post Rd, East Greenwich, RI 02818
Hosted 
by Quinn Funeral Homes


We will begin with a social gathering featuring Hors D’oeuvres and a cash bar from 6:00 pm to 6:45 p.m.

Dinner Meeting begins at 6:45 p.m.
The meal choices are:

Filet di Manzo @ $75 pp
Chef’s choice of preparation of an 8 oz center cut grilled beef tenderloin steak.

Salmon Griglia @ $55 pp
Chef’s choice of preparation of a grilled center cut salmon fillet

Pollo Rosmarino @ $55 pp
Semi-boneless Statler chicken breasts marinated with rosemary, garlic, and lemon, grilled and oven-baked, topped with roasted tomatoes and a butter, wine, and pan au jus reduction.

Tagliatelle alla Bolognese @ $55 pp
A specialty of Siena, delicate golden noodles tossed with a truly classic Bolognese sauce made with sirloin, pork, pancetta, cured meats, diced vegetables, tomatoes, and a touch of cream. Topped with Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.

All entrees pricing includes garden salad and dessert. If you have a special dietary restriction, please contact us by June 6th. (1.50 CEUs).


  • You may register online here
  • OR by printing out this order form and mailing to Laurie Robinson, PO Box 1223, East Greenwich, Rhode Island 02818
  • OR by faxing to (401) 885-7090
  • OR by calling Laurie Robinson at (401) 523-5107

If you make a reservation and are unable to attend, please contact Laurie Robinson so that we do not have to absorb this expense.

2022 Annual Clambake – July 7, 2022

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Annual Rhode Island Funeral Directors’ Clambake/Outing
Thursday, July 7, 2022

For Sponsorship Opportunities, please click here


Please make reservations by July 1st. Tickets will not be mailed in advance of the clambake. Your reservations will be available at the clambake.

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Kempenaar’s Clambake Club
323 Valley Road, Middletown, RI

The moment that all New Englanders have been waiting for has finally arrived. You are cordially invited to attend our Annual Rhode Island Funeral Directors’ Outing/Clambake that will be held on Thursday, July 7, at Kempenaar’s Clambake Club, (401) 847-1441. (See directions below). The chowder and clamcakes will be served from 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. and the littlenecks will be served at 2:30 p.m. This “Authentic” New England Clambake will be held at 5:00 p.m. sharp. The New England clambake consists of steamers and mussels with drawn butter & broth, your choice of 1-1/4 lb New England Lobster* or Steak* and all meals are served with barbeque chicken (family style), BBQ drumstick, sausage – fresh fish, potato, corn-on-the-cob, coleslaw, brown bread and seasonal fruit platter with a sweet and your choice of coffee or lemonade. The cost of the New England Clambake is $95.00 per person. A cash bar will be available, however, we will have an open soda bar served throughout the day. As always, please feel free to bring along guests.

There will be many great door prizes as well as the raffle for the liquor basket.  Kempenaar’s green lawns, flowering shrubs, colorful flower beds and open air-pavilions, is the perfect setting for our Annual clambake.  You are welcome to compete in a game of horseshoes, volleyball or lawn bowling or just sit back and enjoy the attractive grounds.  They only serve one group at a time, so the 5 acres is totally for our exclusive use.  

Please make reservations by July 1st. Tickets will not be mailed in advance of the clambake. Your reservations will be available at the clambake.

  • You may register online here
  • OR by printing out this order form and mailing to
  • Laurie Robinson, PO Box 1223, East Greenwich, Rhode Island 02818
  • OR by faxing to (401) 885-7090
  • OR by calling Laurie Robinson at (401) 523-5107

2021 Wreaths Across America Ceremony

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The Annual Wreaths Across America State House Ceremony hosted by the Rhode Island Funeral Directors Association and House Veterans Affairs took place on Monday, December 13, 2021.

You can watch a video of last year’s ceremony here.

left to right: Maria King, RIFDA President Elect, Kasim Yarn, Director of Veterans Affairs, Lieutenant Governor Sabina Matos, Governor Daniel McKee, Representative Sam Azzinaro, Brigadier General Andrew Chevalier, General Treasurer Seth Magaziner, Allan Bellows II, RIFDA President, Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea, Sharon Serio-Valente, President of the Gold Star Families and the Gold Star Families attending.
 

The Wreaths Across America State House ceremonies takes place in all 50 states and Washington D.C., and will continue a week-long celebration of America’s veterans and their service to our Country with a particular focus on family during the holidays.

Volunteers conduct the Wreaths Across America (WAA) State House Ceremonies each year in their respective state capitols. Ceremonies begin at 11:30 A.M., with the actual Wreath Laying Ceremony taking place at 12:00 Noon EST. Dignitaries and special guests are invited to speak in honor of our veterans and active military. The wreath-laying ceremonies are non-political, and all groups are invited to attend. The ceremony concludes with the wreath laying ceremony that will take place in the State House Garden of Heroes.