The owners of a historic church in Grafton that was seriously damaged in a 2016 fire have agreed to sell it to the Mascoma Valley Preservation, a nonprofit group that wants to restore it. The Grafton Center Meetinghouse was built in 1798 and served as both the town government office and a Congregational Church until 1963.
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