By Brattleboro Historical Society
Brattleboro recollects emerged because of writing workshops backed via the Brattleboro old Society and made attainable by means of a supply from the Council on getting older for Southeastern Vermont. The workshops, facilitated by way of poet and writing accomplice Verandah Porche, happened on iciness Sunday afternoons. The partitions of the room within which the crowd met have been lined with copies of old photos. The workshop individuals, so much of whom nonetheless stay in Brattleboro, chosen pictures that introduced again robust memories. After learning a picture, they wrote autobiographical items according to what got here to brain. For these shy approximately placing pen to paper, volunteer scribes have been available to hear the tales and support the members get their memories down on paper.
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