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From I-95 South: Take Exit 16 and bear left. Take left off the ramp onto East Avenue. Follow East Avenue straight, you will pass a Dunkin Donuts on your right. Continue straight under the railroad overpass to a stop light. After that light, get into the left lane and follow the East Avenue Cemetary. You will follow the cemetary around a left turn, and on your right you will see a Wells Fargo Bank, at that point, get into the right lane and follow it onto Gregory Blvd. Continue straight onto Gregory Blvd. After the stop light you will see the Center playground. Pass the playground and turn onto Third Street and turn into center parking lot. From I-95 North Take exit 16, bear right. Turn right onto East Ave. All directions from here are the same as above.

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