The Brattleboro Historical Society has agreed to partner with Vermont Public Television and the Community Council of VPT to bring film premiers and events to Brattleboro.
Dr. Sergei Khrushchev, son of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, spoke via Skype this morning, with Bill Holiday’s Brattleboro Union High School class about the Cuban Missile Crisis, the GDR & the Berlin Wall, and offered his perspective on Russia & the Ukraine in the current political climate. (Listen to Full Audio of the Conversation)
Brattleboro Historical Society presented ‘An American Nurse at War’ – The Story of WWI Red Cross Nurse Marion McCune Rice – on Sunday 9 November 2014. Presented by Steve Hooper with help from Tom Durnford.
Denny Robinson and Bill Holiday pay tribute to Coach Andy Natowich, who died October 30 at the age of 95.
Andy Natowich was a long-time football and baseball coach at Brattleboro Union High School. He went on to win four state championships in football, including a 1965 championship team that is still widely regarded as the best single football team in state history. He continued as baseball coach until 1974 and remained a stalwart presence in the community throughout his life.
Bill Holiday and Denny Robinson, both members of that famed 1965 state champion football team, recalled their experiences with Coach Natowich in this rare, commercial-free, radio tribute, broadcast on WTSA, Saturday, November 8, 2014.