Monkton history comes alive thanks to three active residents

MONKTON RESIDENTS CINDY Walcott (left), Lauren Parren and Candace Polzella have spent the past two years diving into the history of the town they call home. Their research has resulted in several projects, including the East Monkton history book and a banner in the Monkton Town Offices inviting residents to contemplate the town’s past.  Independent photo/Marin Howell 

Around two years ago, Monkton residents Candace Polzella, Lauren Parren and Cindy Walcott embarked on a quest to learn more about the history of the town they call home. 

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