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WPSU “Our Town” Project Returns to Ebensburg!

Posted by Whitney on 02/07 at 10:31 AM

The “Our Town” project will return to Ebensburg this March to capture stories about the people, places and happenings in your community. This is your opportunity to be a part of your town’s story—and WPSU needs volunteers to videotape, photograph and talk about your hometown.

Join your friends and neighbors to plan the project with WPSU. No experience is required, just enthusiasm.

We’re looking for stories from longtime residents and stories from those who recently joined the community.

You’ll see these stories come to life on screen during the broadcast premiere of “Our Town: Ebensburg” this May on WPSU-TV and wpsu.org.

Be sure to attend the community meeting on Tuesday, March 4th at 6:30 at the Ebensburg Borough Municipal Building. You’ll learn all about the project and have the opportunity to sign up for your story.

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Bio: WPSU producer

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