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Vera's adventures continue as she journeys to Africa. She experiences a blood-chilling scene in Somalia and is then whisked away with the African Wind to a little island called Lamu.
My grandfather fell in love with the girl next door. His adorable story is one of young love and happiness that will forever bless my family tree.
The WHS Music Department is putting on a Pops Concert this Wednesday at 7:00 pm.
Vera's work in the U.S. government allowed her to journey across the globe and experience cultures in cities and in small villages. This week we follow her to a remote farming village in China.
Vera's thrilling story continues as we follow her to Tehran where she recounts the events of February 14, 1979: the day the U.S. Embassy was stormed.
Vera tells her incredible story about pursuing her dreams of working overseas; she broke the pattern set for women in the 1960's.
Susan, raconteur extraordinaire, recalls the charming details of her youth, adolescence, and early work in and around the Boston area.
Ever since I was little my grandfather would tell me stories about when he was growing up. These are some of my favorite stories that he used to tell me about the adventures he had with his brother.
Virginia recalls her charmed adolescent years in Nebraska, from her adventures on the farm to good old fashioned ice cream.
The Windham High School Band presents their Spring Concert on Wednesday, April 10th.
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