The manager of the newly-renamed Levi and Catharine Coffin State Historic Site says Thursday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony for the $3.8 million interpretive center has been a "long time coming." Plans have been in the works, Joanna Hahn says, for 15 years and construction has taken two years. The new center is part of the more than $18 million INVision campaign and effort designed to improve 11 historic sites throughout the state.

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