Stonington Community Center to hold June 28 ribbon cutting for renovation
Stonington -- The Stonington Community Center, will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the renovation of its main building on June 28 at 10:30 a.m.
The project includes renovations of its classrooms, offices, lobby and entryway to improve security and handicapped accessibility. The renovation of the 49-year-old building took place in three phases over 11 months.
“We are thrilled to share the recent updates with our community,” Executive Director Beth-Ann Stewart said in announcing the ribbon cutting. “The COMO has a long legacy of enriching the lives of youth and adults in our community. By updating our infrastructure, we are ensuring that this legacy can endure and continue to serve generations to come.”
The project is the latest completed by the community center, better known as the COMO. These include updates to the auditorium, pottery studio and roof as well as replacement of its tennis courts and expansion of its paddle tennis facility.
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