Potter Sanctuary Grand Opening

A plaque marking Richard Potter's leadership is on the path to Rotary Lodge. Photo Credit: Daniel Castro
State Rep. Kim Ferguson (R-Holden) in the Rotary Lodge for the grand opening of the Potter Sanctuary. Photo Credit: Daniel Castro
White Oak board member Nancy Wilson and president Scott Morrison Photo Credit: Daniel Castro
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HOLDEN, Mass. -  The White Oak Land Conservation Society held a grand opening for the Potter Sanctuary on Paxton Road in Holden Sunday afternoon, with families gathering to celebrate the renewed use of the 24-acre land that was long the home of the Worcester Natural History Society and the Nature Training School.

State Rep. Kimberly Ferguson (R-Holden) was one of the many visitors who explored the rejuvenated site, with its newly-blazed system of trails and restored lodges.

"This is a great thing that I'm thrilled to be a part of, and I can't wait to see it in full ...
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