History of the Victory Workers
Have you ever wondered what our local 4-H club is all about? Perhaps what happens there, what skills are taught, or how it came to be? If so, the Pittsfield Historical Society’s October program is for you! Please join us on Wednesday, Oct. 11, as the Victory Workers 4-H Club tells the story about its long-standing history of the 80-year-old club. Ruth Kimball, mother to Pittsfield natives, Corine Miller and Carolyn Davis, founded the Victory Workers. Thanks to them, we have access to so many treasured memories. We will hear from them, from our current youth club members, and other guests to tell you the story.
Wednesday, October 11
Pittsfield Historical Society
4 Oak Street
The program is sponsored by the Pittsfield Historical Society and is free and open to the public. See you there.
Originally a boys’ camp, then Bob Cousy’s basketball camp, and Carl Wallman’s dream of woodlands, meadows, and bogs. Learn its History.