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February 20, 2012

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Joe

I can recall at least two excellent trial runs for this type of Historical Society meeting. The one that focussed on Seabiscuit, the Crosby's, etc was stellar as people who still live here and recall those days spoke up at length during the Q&A was special. The one run by local baseball aficionado John Ward drew in a good crowd of people who recalled a lot of the local players, ballfields, etc and it great as well. This should be fun!

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