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Our Town: Williamsburg Seeking More Stories…

Posted by Whitney on 06/20 at 11:37 AM

Last night’s community meeting in Williamsburg, PA for the 73rd installment of “Our Town” was a great success. Members of the Williamsburg community are working on stories about local sports, the town bicentennial celebration, St. Josef’s Catholic Church, U.S. Envelope, the Alumni Band, a walking tour of town, the Chad Edmondson Memorial, an overview of local schools, the Women’s Civic Club, Williamsburg founders, local agriculture, Dorothy Koontz documentary, Royer Mansion, the Paper Mill, the library and more for the program. There is still room for more stories and WPSU welcomes Williamsburg area volunteers to join the project — no experience is required, just ENTHUSIASM!

Those interested must register for an on-camera interview, to be held on Saturday, June 29 at the Williamsburg Public Library, as soon as possible. To schedule an interview and to join the project, contact producer Whitney Chirdon at 814-863-6634 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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