Disinfecting al fresco in Mystic
Mystic — Michaela Ellis, 17, a rising senior at Robert E. Fitch High School in Groton, is in her second summer working at Twisters Ice Cream on Greenemanville Avenue.
She was cleaning tables at opening time Thursday. "It's totally different," she said, comparing last summer to this one.
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