Waterford celebrates seniors and centenarians
Waterford — The town celebrated its graduating seniors and its senior citizens with a 100th birthday this year in one big bash Saturday.
The event started with a parade that began at the Jordan Fire House and ended at Waterford High School.
Other activities included guided tours of the Waterford Historical Society buildings at the Historic Jordan Village Green, also with a blacksmith demonstration, live music and food trucks on the green, summer reading kickoff at the Waterford Public Library, Touch-A-Truck at the high school and community resource fair, craft fair and farmers market at Town Hall.
The high school Jazz Ensemble also performed in the gazebo at Civic Triangle Park, where a crowd gathered to listen.
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