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Seamen’s Bethel and Mariners Home connected and now open to the public

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Did you know that Seamen’s Bethel and Mariners Home have not only been saved, but connected?

We got a look inside and talked to some of the folks that made it happen; Executive Director of Waterfront Historic Area LeaguE (WHALE) Teri Bernert, President of the New Bedford Port Society Fred Toomey and J M Booth & Associates Architect Joseph Booth. The folks at R.P.Valois & Company managed the construction project. The buildings look great!

R.P.Valois & Company rehab photos here:

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