Residents of China and nearby towns are invited to a retirement party for China Town Manager Daniel L’Heureux, scheduled for 5 p.m., Saturday, June 30, in the portable building behind the China town office on Lakeview Drive.
Incoming Town Manager Dennis Heath announced that the town office will be closed Saturday, June 30, to make sure office staff have time to attend the party.
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