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Presented By:

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Supports overall illumination of the parks with stars of varying size and style and large star sculptures that are beautiful photo station.

Celestial Sponsors of:

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Donahue Park
Pawcatuck, CT

Wilcox Park
Westerly, RI

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​Galaxy 

  • Recognition on all promotional materials including

  • Prominent recognition on website, Facebook Page and social media

  • Large logo in newspaper ads

  • Name recognition in all radio ads

  • Logo on signage at the 44 foot long tunnel, the feature art installation of the event.  This is the ultimate selfie spot and people will line up to take turns walking through.  Your sponsorship will be clearly identified so that those waiting are highly aware of who sponsored this attraction.

Sponsor Levels

Galaxy Sponsor:

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Constellation 

These collaborative partner organizations will receive recognition at either an archway entrance, a free standing giant star sculpture or other custom installation that will be highly photographed.

  • Prominent logo and hyperlink on Starry Lights website

  • Specific social media post, with tag, recognizing your sponsorship

  • Family name or Company name recognition in press release and all pre-event marketing

  • Verbal recognition during the program at the Starry Lights first illumination event

  • Family name or Company name on large sign at entrance to Wilcox Park or Donahue Park

  • Signage at the exhibit area acknowledging your sponsorship.

Constellation Sponsors:

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Wall of Wishes 

Personal reflections and messages of hope and love will literally be written in the stars!  This exhibit will engage community members to decorate and display their own ornamental wooden stars that will become part of a larger display.  Sponsorship will allow us to hold workshops where up to 400 people can create their own stars that will be tied on the wall at a ceremony. The wall will grow in size as more people add their own star to the evolving exhibit.  The Wall of Wishes symbolizes that we are all equally valued and brilliant contributing members of society, and that together, we can make the world a brighter place.  If more than 400 people want to add stars, the additional stars will be sold to the public at a nominal price to cover the cost. When the project is over, families will have 30 days to visit The OCCC and retrieve their stars as keepsakes of the project.

  • Prominent logo and hyperlink on Starry Lights website

  • Specific social media post, with tag, recognizing your sponsorship

  • Family name or Company name recognition in press release and all pre-event marketing

  • Verbal recognition during the program at the Starry Lights first illumination event

  • Family name or Company name on large sign at entrance to Wilcox Park or Donahue Park

  • Signage at the exhibit area acknowledging your sponsorship

Wall of Wishes Sponsors:

Canopy of Stars 

Supports the purchase of warm white led star lights that would be hung over the road and sidewalk to create a magical canopy in the business district.

  • Company logo or family name on the Starry Lights website.

  • Company logo or family name recognition in press release and all pre-event marketing

  • Verbal recognition during the program at the Starry Lights first illumination event

  • Company logo or family name on large sign at entrance to Wilcox Park or Donahue Park

  • Company logo or family name listed in brochure passed out during first illumination event

Shooting Star -SOLD OUT!

Please see the Infinity Tab to read the bios on each of these special individuals that are being honored with a shooting star. 

Sponsorship of one star in the Infinity Exhibit in Wilcox Park, in memory of a loved one who has passed.  This can be a family member, friend, company founder or other significant person you wish to honor.

 

Prominent logo and hyperlink or family name recognition on Starry Lights website with photo of the loved one and maximum 100 word write up (optional).

  • Specific social media post, with tag, recognizing your sponsorship and identifying the information about your special someone.

  • Your star would be indicated on a map so that you can identify its location during the exhibit.

  • Company logo or Family name recognition in press release and all pre-event marketing

  • Verbal recognition during the program at the Starry Lights first illumination event

  • Company logo or Family name on large sign at entrance to Wilcox Park or Donahue Park

Shooting Star Sponsors:

Canopy of Stars Sponsors:

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Royce Family Fund

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  • Kelly & Mitchel Levcowich In honor of Angela & Arthur Smith

  • Nicholas C & Allison M. Moore Fund In honor of Angela  Smith

  • First Financial Advisory Services/ Geraldine B. Cunningham Associates In honor of Alexander W. Cunningham

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  • Drew & Janell Bruno in honor of James J. Bruno, Jr.

Big Dippers:

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  • Frank Durante & Friends in honor of Dorothy Comingore

American film actress Dorothy Comingore is best remembered for starring as Susan Alexander Kane in what is considered the greatest movie ever made, Citizen Kane (1941). Before starring across film legend Orson Welles, she was discovered by Charlie Chaplin while performing on stage. She would later go on to act in over 30 Hollywood films throughout the 1930's, 40's and early 50's. Comingore was up and coming before her career abruptly ended when she was caught up in the Hollywood blacklist. She declined to answer questions when she was called before the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1952.  Having made an enemy of William Randoph Hearst, with her performance in Citizen Kane, Hearst's yellow ink would stain her reputation for the rest of her life. This not only destroyed her professional career but her personal life as well. Divorced from her family, disowned by the Hollywood community, she spent the last remaining years of her life at Lords Point in Stonington, Connecticut where she became a prominent member of the community.  Known to many as a local celebrity, Dorothy was remembered for being a true neighbor. Dorothy devoted much of her time to several humanitarian efforts and was a philanthropist for the local arts and was known for sheltering lost and endangered animals throughout Stonington. 

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  • Scientific Alloys in honor of James & Sally Rossi

In memory James & Sally Rossi, who were both born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA, where they met, were married, and started their family prior to moving to Westerly in 1969. They founded their now third generation owned family business, Scientific Alloys, Inc., a specialty steel firm, in 1984. They were active communicants of Immaculate Conception Church, and parishioners of St. Clare's. Mrs. Rossi was one of the early pioneers in local Cable TV programming in Westerly and conducted a weekly cable show called, "Around the Town with Sally." Mr. Rossi earned a BS in Metallurgical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and was a lifelong member of the American Society of Metals International. He was an avid scuba diver and long-time local dive instructor. The Rossi's found a deep love of the Town of Westerly, and enjoyed their later years walking to the beach in Weekapaug or enjoying evening swims in the ocean. 

  • Lisa Konicki in honor of Joan Rushlow

Jeanne Fournier "Joan" Rushlow passed away on January 28, 2020 but her legacy lives on with our Chamber of Commerce.  In 1986, she became the first President of the then Greater Westerly-Pawcatuck Chamber of Commerce. She boldly grew the membership and performed a wide program of business and community work. She had an exemplary professional commitment and unwavering leadership strength. She also led efforts to establish the permanent home of the Chamber on Route 1, initiated the Santa's arrival, and other time honored community traditions, such as serving on the inaugural First Night Committee. Her efforts fostered a positive business environment and numerous life-long friendships.  Joan will always be remembered for the many community traditions that she started and for a passion that continues to inspire the chamber staff today. 

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Angie Smith

  • Mary, Kelsey & Dillon Manfredi in honor of Joe Manfredi

So Special, So Loved, So Missed. 

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Angie & Artie Smith

Alexander Cunningham

James Bruno

Shining Star Sponsors:

Shining Star - $300

Covers the materials and construction of one, approximate 3 foot wide, hand crafted, wooden star that would be wrapped with warm white led lights.  The stars will be provided to your business for display (you mount them).

  • Company logo or Family Name on the Starry Lights website.

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  • Rotary Club of Westerly

Little Star - $200

Covers the materials and construction of one, approximately 1.5 foot wide, hand crafted, wooden star that would be wrapped with warm white led lights.  One star will be provided to your business for display (you mount it) .

  • Name listing on the Starry Lights website.

JC's of Watch Hill, LLC

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Little Star Sponsors:

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