Submitted by Margo Caulfield
The Cavendish Historical Society is holding its annual meeting on February 12, 5 pm at the Cavendish Town Elementary School in Proctorsville. The evening will start with a pot luck supper and will include the screening of the documentary, "Life in Windsor County.” This is the seventh county documentary produced through collaboration between Johnson State College students, Professor Bill Doyle and Vince Franke of Peregrine Productions, LLC.
For this documentary, JSC student intern Matt Daubenspeck worked with Vince to interview 17 local residents, including CHS board member Bruce McEnaney, to hear their memories of Vermont’s biggest county covering events from its earliest settlers through the sheep craze, machine tool industry and stories of life in the first half of the 20th century. When blended with over 250 historical images, their stories provide new and unique insight into Windsor County’s past.
This invite is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 802-226-7807 or e-mail email@example.com.