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Dedication, donations make shed project possible

John Luczak, left, drills holes into boards while Frank O’Donnell holds the wood in place. A group of volunteers led by O'Donnell, a member of the Canton Woods Senior Center Board, have been busy repairing and restoring two large sheds on the senior center’s grounds that provide valuable storage space.

John Luczak, left, drills holes into boards while Frank O’Donnell holds the wood in place. A group of volunteers led by O'Donnell, a member of the Canton Woods Senior Center Board, have been busy repairing and restoring two large sheds on the senior center’s grounds that provide valuable storage space.

— John Luczak, left, drills holes into boards while Frank O’Donnell holds the wood in place. A group of volunteers led by O'Donnell, a member of the Canton Woods Senior Center Board, have been busy repairing and restoring two large sheds on the senior center’s grounds that provide valuable storage space. This project was made possible in part due to generous donations from Timber Tree Service, Truax and Hovey and Village Ace Hardware. “Canton Woods wishes to thank these local businesses for the materials and the dedicated team of volunteers for their time and labor,” said Ruth Troy, director of Canton Woods.

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