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Yɛ ma wo akwaaba de ba Kuropɔn Worcester mu

Kuropɔn yɛ akakye a adagyeɛ nni hɔɛfa dwadie ne amammerɛ ho ɛwɔ kuro Worcester mu. Hanover Theatre yɛ ma Adwinniyɔ dwumadie, DCU Asoueɛ, Jean McDonough Adwinni Asoueɛ (JMAC), Mercantile Asoueɛ, ɛna Worcester Common yɛ beaeɛ a ɛhɔ twa na ɛfrɛfrɛ dɔm ba ma ɔmo bɛnya suahunu ɛfa nneɛma pa a Worcester ɛwɔ de mma nyinaa.

Hwehwe amammerɛ ahodoɔ ne adeyɔ a ɛwɔ beaeɛ hɔ. Adwinni ayikyerɛ, asotɔɔ soronko, abakɔsɛm ahyɛnsobea, adan nwanwasoɔ, ɛne aduane nua ahodoɔ ahodoɔ pii ɛre twɛn wo wɔ Kuropɔn Worcester mu. Hwɛ no yie sɛ wobɛ hwɛ yɛn nwumadie krataafa e ahunu nwumadie afoforɔ a ɛre kɔso wɔ Kuropɔn Worcester mu.


A large scale sign with bright color accents hanging over a parking garage, displaying the name, "Worcester Common Garage"

Hyehyɛ wo nsrahwɛ t

Yɛn hyehyɛ wo nsrahwɛ krataafa hɔ no bɛma wo akwantuo nteho papa a ɛbɛ ma w’ahunu kwan aba Kuropɔn Worcester mu. Ɛfiri akwankyerɛ ne nnosoatwe akwanya de aba mpɔtam hɔ ahɔhogyebea abɔdinkyerɛ, saa krataafa yi bɛma wo anya nkaebɔ biara a wobɛ hia wɔ wo nsrahwɛ no mu. Hwehwɛ nhwɛsoɔhoma ɛfa hɔ na hunu anigyeɛ no nyinaa, mpɔtam hɔ adwinni pa a Kuropɔn no wɔ de mma.

Two friendly-looking men wearing Grecian leaf crowns and blue shirts with the Worcester Beer Garden crest, standing behind a bar and serving a flight of beer

Adeɛ a ɛwɔsɛ wo yɛ o

Fa yɛn mmewnhoma no a ɛho twa no yɛ wo Kuropɔn mu nsrahwɛ a ɛwɔ w’anim no ho nhyehyɛe! Wo bɛ san nso ahunu mpɔtam ha adwadie a y’ahyehyɛ, asom, asotɔɔ soronko, ɛne adidimea. Saa mmoa akadeɛ yi bɛbɔ wo nhyehyɛe no tɔfa aberɛ a wo re hwehwɛ ndepa a Kuropɔn Worcester wɔ de mma no.

A man hard-at-work, wearing a Downtown Worcester Ambassador polo, power washing the sidewalk

Ɛfa ho t

Wopɛsɛ wo sua pii ɛfa Kuropɔn Worcester BID, adwumakuo a ɛyɛ adwuma dabiara de boa na ɔma yɛn mpɔtam tu mpɔn, anaasɛwopɛsɛ wo dɔmyɛnkuo a wɔn atu wɔn ho asi hɔ no? Hwehwɛ yɛn Afaho krataafa no! Hwɛ sɛdeɛ yɛn botae, nwumadie, ɛne nnwumadie afoforɔ no boa nnipa ne mpɔtam adwadieɛwɔKuropɔn Worcester.

A gentleman wearing a big smile and a Bay State Savings Bank polo, seeming mid-laugh, sitting across from a woman at an outdoor dining table

Beaeɛ a Dwadie firi ba s

Wo re hwehwɛ baabi adi dwa? Yɛn beaeɛ a Dwadie wo krataafa no ma nkratoɔ a ɛho hia ma adwadie dada ne adwadie afoforɔ a wɔn pɛsɛɔmo boa nkɔsoɔne yiedie a ɛfa yɛn mpɔtam fɛɛfɛ yi ho. Ɛnam saa krataafa yi so nti, adwadie bɛtumi asua pii afa yɛn Ananmusinii dwumadie, abisadie akadeɛ asom, na anya akwanya wɔ mmoa a ɛhia ho.


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