Updated March 6 at 3:06pm

This fridge upgrade paid off

Cranston’s Robert Midwood, center, is presented with a $1,000 Sears Gift Card by National Grid representative Laurie Acone, left, and Sears representative Kelli Mahoney. Midwood was the owner of one of two 1939 General Electric refrigerators turned in during National Grid’s contest to identify the oldest refrigerators in the state. The competition was part of National Grid’s on-going program that pays customers $50 to turn in old, energy-inefficient refrigerators. More

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This fridge upgrade paid off

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Cranston’s Robert Midwood, center, is presented with a $1,000 Sears Gift Card by National Grid representative Laurie Acone, left, and Sears representative Kelli Mahoney. Midwood was the owner of one of two 1939 General Electric refrigerators turned in during National Grid’s contest to identify the oldest refrigerators in the state. The competition was part of National Grid’s on-going program that pays customers $50 to turn in old, energy-inefficient refrigerators.

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