Condos and Zuckerman join Coventry voters and politicians for coffee

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copyright the Chronicle January 24, 2018


COVENTRY — If there’s one thing Coventry can do, it’s throw a party.

On Saturday afternoon, most of the town’s officials, paid and elected, joined Secretary of State Jim Condos and Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman in Coventry’s community center gym for a voter information shindig planned by the town’s recreation director Martha Sylvester.

“I had a lot of help from Deb and Amanda,” Ms. Sylvester said, referring to Town Clerk Deb Tanguay and administrator Amanda Carlson. “It was a team effort.”

Whoever planned each detail, the freshly renovated community center gleamed. There were coffee and tea and cocoa, huge trays of doughnuts, and plates of home-baked cookies.

Guests who wanted a place to sit could pull up a chair at a table, but most grabbed refreshments and mingled with the state and local politicians who were there ready to talk.

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