Lifetime Windham resident and Historical Society member Don Rich will talk about his memories of growing up in Windham. Don will reminisce about Windham during the 1930's, 40's and 50's. He’ll talk about the British pilot training plane that crashed by the head gates one winter day. He’ll also reflect on his early oil business days and his first truck (which has a history all its own). This is a special opportunity to learn about Windham in the mid-twentieth century as remembered by a real fixture of the Windham community.
DON RICH – LIFE IN NORTH WINDHAM IN THE 30’s, 40’s & 50’s
‘I’VE GONE A MILE AND A HALF IN 83 YEARS!’
When: Monday, July 23rd at 7 PM Where: Society’s brick building
Because he lived it all, he has a wealth of stories from which to choose, including tales of gypsies, narratives of the games he played as a boy, his childhood remembrances of WWII, the plane crash he witnessed on Sebago Lake, the C BAR C Ranch and first jobs.
Suggested donation - $5.00 per person with light refreshments served