Share Your Story At “Flood Tales”
One of the first steps in the recovery process from any natural disaster is documentation and sharing of stories of heroism, rescue and survival. The fabric of the community will only be made stronger by exchanging first-hand accounts of the brave and courageous responses to the events unfolding all around us two weeks ago.
If you are safe and can spare a few minutes away from clean-up, we would love to hear your accounts of what the water did to you, and how you fought back, at the Saturday, September 28 program “Flood Tales” at the George Hix Community Room in the U.S. Bank building on 363 East Elkhorn. The 1:00 p.m. program, sponsored by the Estes Park Archives, is free of charge, and refreshments will be provided.
If you have any photos of your residence, your road, or still-isolated places you’ve hiked into to provide help, either printed out or on a flash drive or other downloadable storage device, you are encouraged to come a bit early and get a guaranteed time slot to speak. The program will last until folks are done talking or through listening.
For directions or more information, call the Estes Park Archives at 970-232-4145.