Making holly jolly in Stonington
Stonington — The Stonington Garden Club created holiday centerpieces and wreaths during a workshop Wednesday at the Stonington Community Center.
The centerpieces will go to Mystic Healthcare and Rehab, Mystic River Residential Care, Apple Rehab and Avalon Health Center, while the wreaths will go to the Stonington Library, Stonington Community Center, the post office in Stonington Borough and the Old Lighthouse Museum.
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