Tufts Health Plans Helps With Spring Cleaning at the Commander's Mansion
A group of volunteers helped clean up the outdoor facilities at the historic mansion in the Watertown Arsenal.
A group from Tufts Health Plan headed over to the Commander's Mansion to do some cleaning on the grounds of the Commander's Mansion, last week.
The volunteers power washed the arbor next to the historic house that used to serve as the home for the commanding officer of the Watertown Arsenal when it was a U.S. Army facility.
Even more volunteers from Tufts Health Plan will return next week to do more power washing and do repairs to the arbor, said Facility Manager Tammy McKenna, which often is used for weddings and other events at the Commander's Mansion.