RIHEBC awards $66K capital grant to Saint Antoine Residence

THE R.I. HEALTH and Educational Building Corp. recently presented a ceremonial $66,700 Capital Grant Program check to Saint Antoine Residence. Pictured from left: Jenn Almeida, RIHEBC school building aid/funds manager; William Murray, RIHEBC board vice chairman; Garrett Sullivan, Saint Antoine executive director; Tammy Summiel, executive director of The Villa at Saint Antoine; and Kim Mooers, RIHEBC executive director. / COURTESY R.I. HEALTH AND EDUCATIONAL BUILDING CORP.
NORTH SMITHFIELD – The R.I. Health and Educational Building Corp. has awarded Saint Antoine Residence in North Smithfield $66,700 as part of its Capital Grant Program. The funding will go toward the installation of a new nurse call light system. “At RIHEBC our mission is to improve the health of Rhode Islanders by helping organizations…

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