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A night to share progress after Irene

Project Hope to hold an open mic night for people to share their experiences since Irene

Project Hope Field Coordinator Mike Bigley talks with Gretch Sando, program coordinator for Project Hope Clinton/Essex.

Project Hope Field Coordinator Mike Bigley talks with Gretch Sando, program coordinator for Project Hope Clinton/Essex. Photo by Katherine Clark.

— Sando said she hopes community members will see the event as an opportunity to hear from their neighbors about how far the community has come since the storm and how much is still left to put back together.

Admission to the storytelling and open-mic program is free, and refreshments from Paul’s Bakery will be available for purchase. Earlier that evening, from 5 to 7 p.m., the bakery will be serving dinner for a set price, and people are invited to stay for the stories.

For additional information on, “A Little R&R—Tales of Recovery & Resiliency,” as well as Project Hope, contact Sando at 524-9616.

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