Chore Service: 25 years of helping hands

Susan Galluzzo and Lynden B. Miller. Photo by Alexander Wilburn

Last year, The Chore Service hosted its summertime silent and live auction festivities in antiques dealer and interior designer Michael Trapp’s East meets West inspired garden in Sharon, and it didn’t just rain — it poured. Yet the party went on, gin-and-tonics, Gucci slippers and plenty of varicolored umbrellas slick with drops. 

Many quipped that all one would have to do to add a splash of water to a whiskey was hold the glass outside the tent. 

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