Volunteers put together picnic tables for Norwich schools
Norwich — Community volunteers were assembling picnic tables Wednesday at Wequonnoc Magnet Elementary School.
Volunteer Zechariah Stover joined Family Resource Center coordinator Cindy Beauregard and Norwich Public Utilities employees Tom Gaedreau and Shawn Paradis to assemble the 10 tables delivered to the school.
The Norwich Public Schools Education Foundation is raising money to buy 100 picnic tables for the city's schools to be used for outside dining, mask breaks and other outdoor activities amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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