Bristol Past & Present class postponed

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To the Editor:

I would like to provide an update on the Bristol Past & Present course at Roger Williams University and exhibition at the Bristol Art Museum. It has been decided to reschedule this project for 2015 in order to best plan and facilitate the widest possibilities.

I want to thank The Phoenix, Richard Simpson, Derry Riding, Kevin Jordan, Ray Batcher, Arnold Robinson, the Bristol Art Museum and others for their enthusiastic support.

We will announce once again in Spring this course and welcome the involvement of students from RWU and our town residents to participate. Rest assured in Fall 2015, we will mount an exhibition at the Bristol Art Museum dedicated to Bristol’s past history and present day conditions. The exhibit will be dedicated to the great legacy of our friend and great citizen of Bristol, Lombard Pozzi.

Stephan Brigidi

Bristol

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