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Thursday, January 12, 2012

2011: THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING OUR LOCAL HISTORY NIGHT!

To say it was a success would be a gargantuan understatement. Over 110 citizens came to last night's local history program at the Hamilton Township Public Library's "HAMILTON LIBRARY LOCAL HISTORY THEATER." The program was to have been from 7 to 8:30 but at the end of the program, enthused attendees couldn't seem to get enough of this refreshing journey into the past. My special thanks to my dear friend Maury Perilli for attending. My high school buddy Gil Lugossy and his lovely wife Lee were also in attendance, along with many of my friends who have been following my music and history programs. Stay tuned; there is another program coming in February at the
"HAMILTON LIBRARY MUSIC THEATER;"

We will be celebrating St. Valentine's Day! It will be an evening of fun and nostalgia as we remember those classic love songs we grew up with.
Many of the lyrics will be projected on the screen for those who like to sing along.
We are working on a date as this is being posted. STAY TUNED!
Blogger JoeZ said...

TOM: CONGRATULATIONS ON THE SUCCESS OF YOUR PROGRAM, I'M SURE THE VALENTINE'S DAY EVENING WILL BE ONE TO REMEMBER.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Blogger Diana said...

Hi Tom,

Wanted to thank you again for the incredible work you've done in preserving Trenton history. Most dear to my heart of course is Chambersburg and St. Joachim's Parish. Having been good friends with my dad, I'm sure you know how much he would have appreciated and thoroughly enjoyed your site. He also, no doubt, would have had much to add. I will go through his items to see what might be of interest to the community. (BTW, I gave mom your hug )

What a marvelous job you did last Wednesday night at the library with the first of your new presentations - Standing room only! And how fortunate we in Hamilton Township are for the assistance and cooperation of George Conwell, the director of the Library. Until attending your presentation, I had no idea that he was so very instrumental in the creation and success of your archives.
Also, I was honored to be present during your wonderful tribute to Maurice Perilli as he sat there in the audience. How amazing it was to witness his delight at seeing a very vintage photo of his parents for the first time! I believe that is at the heart of why you do what you do.

As we had discussed, I hope to come in to visit with you soon to share some "treasures." In the meantime, God bless, stay well and keep 'em coming.

Daughter of Tony&Mary Tazza,
Diana

Saturday, January 14, 2012


2 comments:

JoeZ said...

TOM: CONGRATULATIONS ON THE SUCCESS OF YOUR PROGRAM, I'M SURE THE VALENTINE'S DAY EVENING WILL BE ONE TO REMEMBER.

Diana said...

Hi Tom,

Wanted to thank you again for the incredible work you've done in preserving Trenton history. Most dear to my heart of course is Chambersburg and St. Joachim's Parish. Having been good friends with my dad, I'm sure you know how much he would have appreciated and thoroughly enjoyed your site. He also, no doubt, would have had much to add. I will go through his items to see what might be of interest to the community. (BTW, I gave mom your hug )

What a marvelous job you did last Wednesday night at the library with the first of your new presentations - Standing room only! And how fortunate we in Hamilton Township are for the assistance and cooperation of George Conwell, the director of the Library. Until attending your presentation, I had no idea that he was so very instrumental in the creation and success of your archives.

Also, I was honored to be present during your wonderful tribute to Maurice Perilli as he sat there in the audience. How amazing it was to witness his delight at seeing a very vintage photo of his parents for the first time! I believe that is at the heart of why you do what you do.

As we had discussed, I hope to come in to visit with you soon to share some "treasures." In the meantime, God bless, stay well and keep 'em coming.

Daughter of Tony&Mary Tazza,
Diana