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The Woodbury Historical Society (WHS) recently conducted a “reorganizational” meeting following the unfortunate loss of longtime trustees/officers Dona Weyant and Herman Galberd. Picture during a break in the meeting are, fro left to right: Woodbury Town Historian Leslie Rose, WHS President Neil Crouse (seated), Trustee Fred Lindlaw, WHS Secretary Millicent Treloar, newly installed Trustees Pat Reynolds and Walter Stanfield, father-and-son Trustees Alex and Viktor Prizgintas and Trustee Sandy Hawthorne. Not pictured are Trustees Bob Curtis and June Menkens.



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