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Excited to See WPSU’s “Our Town: Huntingdon” Coming Together!

Posted by Whitney on 04/22 at 03:07 PM

After 5 weeks in the edit room putting together stories from all over the Huntingdon community, we are VERY excited to see how the program is coming together. Stories about neighbors helping each other in times of need, the beauty of the area, local events, history and so much more are included in the 71st program in the “Our Town” series. Mark your calendars now for Thursday, May 23 at 8 PM for the LIVE broadcast premiere on WPSU-TV and online on wpsu.org!

These are stories told by your friends & neighbors with video and photos collected by members of your town as you’ll see when you watch. A corps of 80 volunteers from Huntingdon worked to bring stories from your community to life in the program and their dedication and passion for celebrating Huntingdon is evident in the resulting episode of “Our Town: Huntingdon!”

{name} Author: Whitney
Bio: WPSU producer

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