Custom House guide, trustee honored

Bill LaRoue, left, and state Sen. Andrea Stillman, D-Waterford, cut the ribbon Monday around one of two 1992 Type 3.5X8LC buoys placed on permanent display in front of the Custom House maritime museum in New London. Museum trustee Jennifer Hillhouse spearheaded the effort to find and acquire the surplus buoys from the U.S. General Services Administration, as well as arrange for their restoration and placement. The two buoys were named for Hillhouse and head museum docent LaRoue.
A small group gathers in front of the Custom House maritime museum in New London on Monday for the dedication of two 1992 Type 3.5X8LC buoys placed on permanent display in front of the museum. Museum trustee Jennifer Hillhouse spearheaded the effort to find and acquire the surplus buoys from the U.S. General Services Administration as well as arrange for their restoration and placement. The two buoys were named for Hillhouse and head museum docent Bill LaRoue.
A small group gathers in front of the Custom House maritime museum in New London on Monday for the dedication of two 1992 Type 3.5X8LC buoys placed on permanent display in front of the museum. Museum trustee Jennifer Hillhouse spearheaded the effort to find and acquire the surplus buoys from the U.S. General Services Administration as well as arrange for their restoration and placement. The two buoys were named for Hillhouse and head museum docent Bill LaRoue.
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