Letter: Bristol songs, a trip down Memory Lane

Posted 8/13/20

Owen Trainor’s letter to the editor (Remembering Bristol’s first song, from 1955) brought me back in time. I was 13 and was in the pageant. I have a group picture of the people who were …

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Letter: Bristol songs, a trip down Memory Lane

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Owen Trainor’s letter to the editor (Remembering Bristol’s first song, from 1955) brought me back in time. I was 13 and was in the pageant. I have a group picture of the people who were dressed as Indians, as well as the 275th Anniversary book.

The song, “Bristol Yes Bristol,” is in there. I look forward to joining in giving a rousing rendition of “Bristol Yes Bristol.” Thank you, Owen.

Kathleen Moran
Bristol

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