Taylor groundbreaking

From left, Taylor Board of Trustee Members Chris Volpe, Ron Baker who is also a Taylor resident, David Lynch, Mitchell Jean and Board Chair David Pearlman; Taylor President and Chief Executive Officer Michael Flaherty; Kirk Beswick, vice president, facilities management; Ed Soucy, vice president, finance; Scott Myers, Laconia City Manager; Chris Walkley, vice president, commercial loan officer, Bank of New Hampshire; and Karmen Gifford, president of Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce. (Courtesy photo)

LACONIA — The groundbreaking for the Woodside Pavilion at Taylor Community took place recently. The two-year project will feature an array of amenities when complete.

Taylor Board Chair David Pearlman said this will enhance the lifestyle Taylor offers that includes events and activities. “Thank you to Bank of New Hampshire for helping finance the project,” he said. “It’s rare people are so passionate about something that they feel they can contribute,” he added of an anonymous donor who supported the pavilion’s construction.

Besides the pavilion with seating, the area will consist of restrooms, a cooking area, gas fireplace, putting green, horseshoes, shuffleboard, bocce ball, a walking trail, garden beds and landscaping.

Businesses involved in the project include David Laurin Architect, PLLC; Nutter Enterprises, Inc.; terrain planning & design, llc; and Turfpro Landscaping & Fertilization.

For more information, follow Taylor Community on Facebook, visit www.taylorcommunity.org, or call 603-366-1400.

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