A home for the homeless

Employees of Pazz Construction of East Lyme, including Pat McParland, left, of East Lyme, remove protective plastic Tuesday from the wooden floors of the former St. Peter and Paul Polish National Catholic Church on State Pier Road in New London. The church is being transformed into the new location for the New London Homeless Hospitality Center.
Buy Photo Tim Martin/The Day Employees of Pazz Construction of East Lyme, including Pat McParland, left, of East Lyme, remove protective plastic Tuesday from the wooden floors of the former St. Peter and Paul Polish National Catholic Church on State Pier Road in New London. The church is being transformed into the new location for the New London Homeless Hospitality Center.

Employees of Pazz Construction of East Lyme, including Pat McParland, left, of East Lyme, remove protective plastic Tuesday from the wooden floors of the former St. Peter and Paul Polish National Catholic Church on State Pier Road in New London. The church is being transformed into the new location for the New London Homeless Hospitality Center.

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