Waterford Historical Society conducts spring cleaning
Waterford — Members of the Waterford Historical Society were working together Saturday during their annual event to protect, clean and organize the interiors and exteriors of their buildings located on the historic Jordan Village Green.
Holly Camerota of Waterford and others working in the circa 1740 Jordan Schoolhouse planned to wash the windows, apply furniture oil to the benches and desks, and sweep and vacuum the walls, ceiling and floors.
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