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Best Best Gift for Displaced South Countyites

Maybe you know someone who got married there or spends summers in Narragansett or sets up a collection of tiny illuminated buildings at the holidays. Dale Marcoccio has just the thing: the Narragansett Towers in miniature, through a business he calls My Little Town . Marcoccio is a collector of porcelain replicas himself and commissioned an overseas distributor to make the Towers two years ago, complete with its new cupola on top and its oceanside deck (it’s 10 inches long, 9-1/2 inches high and 5-1/2 inches wide). He has now expanded his collectibles to the Old Canteen, Tony’s Colonial Market, Haven Bros. Diner,  the Del’s Lemonade Truck, the Plum Beach Lighthouse, and original stores of Benny’s and Dunkin’ Donuts. But the Towers holds the most nostalgia, and Marcoccio donates part of the proceeds from those sales to the ongoing restoration of the buildings. 800 .776.3853 | www.mylittletown.us

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