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East Greenwich Town Clerk
125 Main St, East Greenwich, RI 02818
Leigh Botello is the Town Clerk of East Greenwich. She has been the Town Clerk since 2008. The Town Clerk's office isMore responsible for recording and preserving municipal documents, such as land use records and birth, death and marriage certificates. The office organizes local elections and keeps voting and party registration records. One can obtain a marriage certificate and register to vote in the Town Clerk's office. In addition to Botello, there are five other clerks in this office.  
Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum
4157 Post Rd, East Greenwich, RI 02818

Clouds Hill is a Victorian treasure, both in terms of the house (built in "high-Victorian" style) and the amazingMore collections within it. It was built in 1872 by William Smith Slater for his daughter Elizabeth on the occasion of her marriage and has remained in the family ever since. 

Today, descendant Anne Holst lives at the house, along with caretakers Wayne and Christine Cabral. Wayne is the museum's director — an enthusiastic champion of the place who, with Anne and Christine, has worked for 10 years to make this a must-see destination for lovers of Victoriana the world over. 

They plan to open the Carriage House behind the main house in 2011, in which will be the many historic carriages collected by the family over the years. 

Our Lady of Mercy
3rd St, East Greenwich, RI 02818

Our Lady of Mercy has been in East Greenwich for more than 150 years and is the largest Roman Catholic parish in theMore area. Monsignor John Lolio is the pastor.

Masses are held throughout the week. Reconciliation, Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation and Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults are all offered. Marriage services and sacrament for the sick are also available.

The parish has a well-regarded adult choir led by Brother Roger Chingas, F.S.C. The parish's after-school CCD program serves a large number of children.