B2BB2B Episode 3: Worcester County

Dear Friends,

I had a great day in Worcester County on Thursday during the third stop of my Berkshires to Boston tour of the Commonwealth – even though the weather didn’t cooperate!

We started our day with breakfast at Lalajava Coffeehouse and were greeted by owner Lola Boyers with awesome coffee and pastries.

Next up: a business tour of St. Pierre Manufacturing/Sports with owner Peter St. Pierre and checked out all of the horseshoes he makes. Thanks to Peter for signing my nomination papers as well!
I then checked out some historic monuments and sites at Shrewsbury’s Historic town green.
A much welcome lunch with supporters at Wachusett Mountain and checking out the amazing views!
After lunch, Leah Cole Allen joined me at The Farm At SummitWynds, a lavender farm owned by Chip Pollit and his family. I got a great tour of the grounds, and some delicious lavender lemonade.
Leah and I then visited Access Futures Day Care Center, and had so much fun reading with the little ones there.
We wrapped up our day with pie and coffee at Boulevard Diner.
Special thanks to Congressional candidate Jeffrey Sossa-Paquette for joining me on this great day in his neighborhood!

Thanks to all the businesses who hosted me, and all who came out to show support and ask great questions on the trail.

I can’t wait for next week’s stop in Essex County! The itinerary will be posted this weekend, check for it on my Events page!

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