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Friday, September 11, 2015


Judith Anderson

Well done, Brigid. Very informative with unexpected and imaginative table displays. Croton's history is so diverse. Adding Prickly Pear Hill and the ruins to my list of interesting places and people of Croton. Thank you!

Ellen Mullin

Brigid, I am so sorry I missed your talk. I know I could have learned much. But it could not be helped.

Hope to go to the next, and to see you at an Art function.


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