Making progress

Bridgewater Senior Center has completed the first phase of an anticipated three-step expansion program with the recent completion of an enlarged entryway. This new portico was funded in part by the Town of Bridgewater, the residents of Bridgewater, the senior center and in particular by multi-year donations from Yoriko McClure. "We look forward to a bigger and better senior center to help meet the increasing needs of our senior citizens," said First Selectman Curtis Read, left, who is shown with center director Marilyn Curtin and Ken Lightcap, chairman of the board of directors.
Bridgewater Senior Center has completed the first phase of an anticipated three-step expansion program with the recent completion of an enlarged entryway. This new portico was funded in part by the Town of Bridgewater, the residents of Bridgewater, the senior center and in particular by multi-year donations from Yoriko McClure. “We look forward to a bigger and better senior center to help meet the increasing needs of our senior citizens,” said First Selectman Curtis Read, left, who is shown with center director Marilyn Curtin and Ken Lightcap, chairman of the board of directors.Courtesy of Bridgewater Senior Center

Bridgewater Senior Center has completed the first phase of an anticipated three-step expansion program with the recent completion of an enlarged entryway. This new portico was funded in part by the Town of Bridgewater, the residents of Bridgewater, the senior center and in particular by multi-year donations from Yoriko McClure. “We look forward to a bigger and better senior center to help meet the increasing needs of our senior citizens,” said First Selectman Curtis Read, left, who is shown with center director Marilyn Curtin and Ken Lightcap, chairman of the board of directors.