Manomet Center makes headquarters more accesible

Men cutting a ribbon.

Manomet Board Chair Dean Steeger cuts the ribbon while Trevor Lloyd-Evans (left) and Evan Dalton, from Manomet’s Landbird Conservation program hold it.

On June 8, Manomet Inc. cut the ribbon on improvements to its main office and banding lab in that will make them more accessible to those with mobility needs.

The changes, which cost  $250,000,included an ADA accessible bathroom, an automatic front door, and new indoor and outdoor classrooms.

Funding for the project came from a $120,000 grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Cultural Facilities Fund and $130,000 in private donations, including one anonymous grant for $80,000.

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