Trip benefits two groups


Trip benefits two groups
Dorothy’s Diamonds recently made a trip to Boston, Salem and Cape Ann.  The trip included the Old Trinity Church, John Hancock Tower, Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the USS Constitution, Cambridge, guided tour of beautiful costal Massachusetts, visited Salem with more than 300 years of history, and the Witchcraft trails. They continued on to Cape Ann and Gloucester “America’s oldest seaport” and to Rockport a quaint town with quaint shops, restaurants, and galleries.  They stopped at JFK Presidential Library and Museum where the group took a photo (above). The trip continued on to Lexington and Concord visiting the Minute Man National Historical Park, the birthplace of the American Revolution. The trip ended with Fort Stanwix National Monument in Rome, New York and the Made in America Store in Elma, New York. From this trip Dorothy Lockard contributed a monetary gift to The Kitchen Table in Rochelle and The Rochelle Senior Center. At left, Lockard (right) presents Carolyn Brown of The Kitchen Table with a donation. (Photos submitted)

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