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Johnston to URI – State Summer Games
One of the biggest annual motorcycle events in the state with between 600-800 bikes.
Robert Russo, Esquire and students of Johnston High School. Russo contributed to their food drive for Thanksgiving – This group represents the S.A.D.D. organization (Students Against Dangerous Decisions) formerly Students Against Drunk Driving. Together, we obtained over 20 cases of food as well as turkeys that will be distributed through a local church.
It was almost a decade ago when Robert V. Russo first took part in the annual Honors Night scholarship presentations inside Johnston High School’s auditorium.
The prominent Providence-based attorney, who doubles as president of the Johnston Town Council, also began what has become a terrific tradition that helps graduating seniors pursue a college degree at the institution of their choice.
However, Russo – as well as other college scholarship presenters and school officials – were prevented from attending that highly popular JHS program this year when all school classes and events were canceled due to the ongoing pandemic.
“I have always been so grateful for the experience I had at Johnston High School and the educational opportunities I had at Bryant College and the University of Baltimore Law School,” Russo said the other afternoon. “I wanted to give back to students that are motivated to fertilize their minds.”
Robert Russo, Esquire speaking on the ground breaking of a new indoor recreation center in the town of Johnston – through hard work and cooperation with government and business leaders, we have obtained over a half billion dollars of investment in the community.
Attorney Robert Russo in his capacity as President of the Town Council for the Town of Johnston Rhode Island takes pride in donating a retired Rescue to the Dominican Republic.
“This is our part in a diplomatic effort to help our brothers and sisters in the Dominican Republic help save lives.”
Pictured from left to right are Attorney Robert Russo, Providence Councilperson Carmine Castillo, RI State Senator Ana Quezada and RI State Representative Ramon Perez