Sixth graders host a successful open house

The students recreated Ludlow village from the 1930s and 40s. Photo provided.

LUDLOW, Vt. – The sixth grade of Ludlow Elementary School had a successful Open House at Black River Academy Museum. This event was well attended and all that came learned a great deal of information about “Main Street 1938-42.”

The exhibit included a documentary of students in every aspect of this project, a drawing by Elizabeth Lombard of downtown Ludlow during this time period, and the students’ well-constructed buildings that replicated a building back in 1938-42 while we all listened to Glenn Miller.

Many thanks to the following people for their role in this project: Bob Fortuna, Elizabeth Lombard, Ginny Gurdak, Charlotte Pluta, Georgia Brehm, Joan Willett, Michael Normyle, Mike Tuomisto, and Chet Gates.

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