Crowd turns out for Barrington's Day of Caring

Residents help out their neighbors

Posted 10/16/19

The second annual Barrington Day of Caring was held on Monday, Oct. 14 (Columbus Day).

Volunteers worked on a variety of projects across town — some helped fix up homes, while others pitched …

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Crowd turns out for Barrington's Day of Caring

Residents help out their neighbors

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The second annual Barrington Day of Caring was held on Monday, Oct. 14 (Columbus Day).

Volunteers worked on a variety of projects across town — some helped fix up homes, while others pitched in at the Barrington Farm School property. 

The program ran from noon until 4 p.m., and included volunteers of all ages. 

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