Hometown hospitality pays off

When Marj Girosky saw someone at the fair who needed a quick sewing favor, she gladly leant a hand and refused payment. But she ended up with a CD signed by county music star Rodney Atkins for her hospitality. Girosky owns Sewing Connection in Milan and spends every fair week in a booth underneath the grandstand. She said Monday a man walked past her booth, did a double-take, then came in and asked for help.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

When Marj Girosky saw someone at the fair who needed a quick sewing favor, she gladly leant a hand and refused payment. But she ended up with a CD signed by county music star Rodney Atkins for her hospitality.

Girosky owns Sewing Connection in Milan and spends every fair week in a booth underneath the grandstand. She said Monday a man walked past her booth, did a double-take, then came in and asked for help.

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