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DuBois Meeting Promises Lots of Great Stories for June Our Town Program

Posted by Whitney on 04/07 at 03:59 PM

We had an excellent turnout for last night’s community meeting for the Our Town: DuBois project at The DuBois Business College. After discussing the project and the production process, we asked for story ideas. You’ll see folks shooting video and still photos for stories on Luigi’s Ristorante, DuBois Regional Medical Center, a local barbershop quartet, the soap box derby, DuBois Historical Society, Domtar, DuBois Area Concert Series, the school district, among others. We look forward to hearing all about these stories and more on Sunday, April 17 when we interview the storytellers at the Winkler Gallery of Fine Arts.

There’s still time to join the Our Town: DuBois team! You can call with your own story topic or if you want to participate, but don’t have an idea, we heard several that haven’t been claimed yet. Just give us a call at 814-863-6634 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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06/11 at 08:13 PM

It was another all about Herm Suplizio weekend in DUBois,  You missed the things that make DuBois Great and he is not what is Important. Just showed a half a doz people with high self importance, The show was a real sham.

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