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In the news: WHS awarded RW grant for exhibit on Little River history

Waterbury Historical Society received a programming grant from Revitalizing Waterbury to support the construction of a special temporary exhibit, "From River Community to Recreation Gem: A Photographic History of Ricker Mountain, Little River, and the Waterbury Reservoir." The Waterbury Roundabout covered the grant awards in their latest newsletter. Read more about the five recipient organizations and their initiatives here.

Members of WHS board receive grant check from RW executive director.
WHS board member Anne Imhoff (left) and president Cheryl Casey (center) receive a $300 grant from Karen Nevin, executive director of Revitalizing Waterbury. Photo courtesy of RW.

The exhibit is planned to open in September in the Steele Community Room and will acknowledge both the upcoming 90th anniversary of the CCC Camp at Little River and this year's celebrations of 100 years of Vermont State Parks. Although coming later in state parks history, the Waterbury Reservoir, Little River Campground and Waterbury Center State Park are among the most popular parks destinations in Vermont. 


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