Western Foothills History Project’s second annual scanning party



On May 21, the Western Foothills History Project held their second annual scanning party at the old Peru school.
At one table, Bob Dolloff of the Peru Historical Society worked with students Dakota Arsenault and Ryan Bennett. At a second table, Donna Towle of the Dixfield Historical Society worked with Dirigo Middle School eighth grader Neil Nolette. On a third table, Nghia Ha of the Rumford Historical Society joined Lorraine Legere of the Mexico Historical Society in working with student Alexa Davis.
In this video, Nick Waugh, project coordinator for the Western Foothills History Project, talks briefly with Nolette before Donna Towle works with Nolette on photos for the project.


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