Ribbon-cutting ceremony held for senior center following $1M renovation
The Baldwin Center is Stratford is officially open once again following a $1 million renovation project.
More than 100 of Stratford's seniors walked into the Baldwin Center today for the first time in a year and half.
When the pandemic began, a plan had been in the works to renovate the 40-year-old building.
Although the senior center was forced to shut its doors, work got started several months ago and the improvements were able to be finished at a faster pace.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held today to mark the grand reopening.
The Baldwin Center is named after Raymond E Baldwin, a lifelong Connecticut politician whose roles included state representative, governor and state Supreme Court chief justice.