Celebrating Ella Clark’s ‘amazing legacy’ as she retires

Ella Clark, who retires this year, worked to “make life less unfair.” At her retirement party, she was honored with a citation from the state for her work by state Rep. Maria Horn (D-64), at left in photo. Photo by NF Ambery

SHARON — Ella Clark, well-known to residents of Sharon and the region, was celebrated by coworkers and well-wishers on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 26, during a “farewell open house” at Sharon Town Hall. 

Clark, the Sharon Municipal Agent and Social Worker and founder of Chore Service, is retiring after 31 years.

Over baked goods and iced tea, about 50 people reminisced with Clark, including Sharon First Selectman Brent Colley and Selectmen Jessica Fowler and Dale Jones. 

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