First phase of Vergennes rec pavilion nears finish

THIS DRONE PHOTO shows work in progress to prepare a concrete slab that will support a covered, 9,600-square-foot pavilion in the Vergennes recreation area. That work was being wrapped up last week. The slab will get a liner and serve as a skating rink this winter, and the pavilion will be a multi-season home to educational and entertainment events as well as recreation. Photo courtesy of Michael Daniels

The first phase in building a 9,600-square-foot roofed pavilion in the Vergennes recreation area off East Street is all but complete.

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