The Colebrook Historical Society cordially invites you to attend a special gathering on Sunday, April 23, from 3:00-5:00 PM. After a brief annual meeting, our guest speaker, Todd M. Bryda, M.A., will present “America and the Great War”. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I. In his talk, Professor Bryda will deepen our knowledge and understanding of this world changing event. Professor Bryda is a noted historian, with a vast resume of credentials and awards. He currently teaches at Northwestern Community College, and has served there as Academic Coordinator for the Humanities. He’s an experienced speaker and is much in demand. He’s also an American Civil War reenactor (Company Commander of Co. K, 28th Massachusetts Vol. Inf., Irish Brigade), and a Revolutionary War reenactor (64th Regiment of Foot, Light Company). A reception with refreshments will follow the presentation. This event will be held in the Meeting Room of the Colebrook Town Hall, located just north of the intersection of Routes 183 and 182A in the center of Colebrook. All are most welcome. For further information contact Carol Lord at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-738-8244.
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