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Saving a rich legacy in Natick

Posted by Ralph Ranalli August 23, 2007 09:45 AM

NATICK

Natick's Morse Institute Library is looking for more residents to participate in its ongoing effort to catalogue the stories the town's veterans.

The Veterans Oral History Project is a collection of videotaped interviews with residents who served in the military from World War II through the Gulf War.

The town is continuing the effort with a $30,000 grant from the state, and put out a call this month for more participants. Residents who are interested can call Joan Craig at (508) 647-6524.

-- John C. Drake

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