Charlene J. Smith moved to Stoughton 30 years ago when she married a United Methodist Minister. She has worked as a Teaching Assistant in Stoughton providing educational assistance to Special Needs students. Charlene is also very active in the First Congregational Church United Church of Christ, Stoughton community, and has in the past volunteering with Habitat for Humanity.
Greenspace to play in was not available when Charlene was growing up in Somerville, so she values open space and forested land in a very personal way. Charlene also wants to keep the land green so it will continue to provide shelter to those who cannot speak or fight for their home: the wildlife, and plant life.
It is her sincere hope that land can be acquired and added to Stoughton’s Glen Echo and Capen/Reynolds Farm greenspaces, enabling and enhancing outdoor enjoyment for Stoughton residents and many others for generations to come. There are already many trails that have historically been used by the community and elementary school.
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