Harbor alight in Norwich
Norwich — Seven cauldrons of fire lit the shoreline of Howard T. Brown Memorial Park on Saturday for the Norwich Rotary Community Corps' inaugural Harbor Fire event during the Taste of Italy festival.
Harbor Fire Norwich is funded through sponsors Collins & Jewell Co., Infra-Metals, Thayer's Marine, Brass Tacks LLC, Lefrancois Floral & Gifts, Norwich Fire Department, Starke Art, and Rotary Clubs of Norwich - Sunrise and The Rotary Club of Norwich, and with the help of Robert Groner.
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