• Markers, Monuments and Heritage Trail subcommittee is being reformed to look into what should be done for 2011. WWHP will be celebrating the anniversary of the 200th birthday of Abby Kelley Foster. Email info@wwhp.org of your interest.
  • “Yours for Humanity—Abby” upcoming performance schedule: December 18, 11:30am, at the Shrewsbury Senior Cen-ter, 98 Maple Ave., Shrewsbury, free and open to the public; and January 30, 2010, at the Public Library in Bangor, Maine. The performance noted on the front page of this newsletter at the State House is private.
  • And….Lynne McKenney Lydick has performed “Yours for Humanity—Abby” before over 10,000 people of all ages since its premiere January 17, 2004.
  • Check out the Oral History Project section of our website www.wwhp.org to see the signed interviews conducted by Judy Fask’s students at Holy Cross. Go to “Higher Education Collaborative” and you will see the link that brings you to the Holy Cross American Sign Language and Deaf Studies page where there are several videos of these signed interviews. Our thanks again to Judy Fask for including oral history in her courses.
  • The 18-member WWHP Steering Committee is meeting quarterly with sub-committees meeting monthly. The sub-committees are Events, Abby, Newsletter, Oral History Project, Membership, Finance and the reformed Markers, Monu-ments and Heritage Trail. If you would like to help on one of the sub-committees, please contact the office.
Published Date: 
September 1, 2009