What It Was Like: Fairview School Alumni From The 1930s-1970s To Talk About What It Was Like to Attend School

Fairview was a very important part of my life, growing up and a place I’ll always remember fondly. I still think that in the years that I was there, a lot of the community surrounding Fairview was involved and cared, helped to make it special.”  – Kelly Miller, Fairview class of 1978

On 5 July 2012 at the Monroe County Public Library Auditorium from 4 – 6 PM, meet Fairview School alumni who will share “What Was It Like:” their experiences of attending this west side community school between the 1930s and 1970s. The program is open to the public at no charge, and it will be taped and broadcast by Bloomington’s Community Access Television Services (CATS).

Fairview School is unique in that it has served Bloomington’s west side community since the late 1800s. It reflects shifts in the population of the community, and its students embrace its community “feel.” In this program, alumni will describe their experiences and the feeling of  community where the school was a central point.

This program is sponsored by Heritage Education Resources, Inc., a non-profit devoted to the development and provision of services and resource materials for the exploration of heritage and cultural diversity. For more information, please contact Jan Rosenberg, PhD at the above phone number or email address.

For more information, contact

Jan Rosenberg
(812) 339-2180
janrosenberg@att.net

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