New Nashua sculpture ‘Together’ dedicated at Rotary Park

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Mayor Jim Donchess pays tribute on Sunday to longtime city arts patron Meri Goyette, seated at left, while dedicating a sculpture called "Together," for which Goyette and her husband, Charles, commissioned Brookline sculptors John and Nadiya Weidman. The sculpture was installed at Rotary Park.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Meri Goyette, the longtime Nashua arts patron who, with her husband Charles, has supported the arts for decades, listens to Mayor Jim Donchess congratulate her on the dedication Sunday of a new sculpture for which she and her husband commissioned Brookline sculptors John and Nadiya Weidman. The dedication took place at Nashua's Rotary Park.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Some of the roughly 50 people who gathered at Rotary Park Sunday for the dedication of a new sculpture created by John and Nadiya Weidman, which was commissioned by longtime city arts patrons Meri and Charles Goyette gather around as Meri Goyette reads the proclamation Mayor Jim Donchess, left, presented her. John Weidman is standing next to Donchess.

NASHUA – Mayor Jim Donchess had to talk for quite awhile Sunday afternoon to touch upon just some of the contributions that Meri and Charles Goyette have made to support, and advance, the arts scene in

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