WILMOT HISTORICAL SOCIETY INTERVIEWS NOW ONLINE for your enjoyment.
Two very important women in the history of the town of Wilmot were Clara Langley, who used to teach in the one-room schoolhouse that is now the town library, and Thelma Minard, who was a very active North Wilmot resident who moved to town in 1973. Both women were bright, influential, and very popular characters in town.
These 20+ minute videos and transcripts were produced from interviews completed by the Society in 2009 and 2010, polished and published in 2018. They have just been posted on the Society’s website and that of the Wilmot Public Library.
To view them, visit www.wilmothistoricalsociety.org‘s Memories of Wilmot page or www.wilmotlibrary.org‘s homepage (click on the hotlinked names to view). Enjoy!