Reserve150 looking for old photographs for documentary

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, June 30, 2010

The Reserve150 team has set the dates and locations for scanning of photographs to be included in a documentary being produced on the history of Reserve. The film will be a part of the town’s sesquicentennial celebration.

The scanning events will be held on two consecutive weekends, from noon until 5 p.m. each day at several locations in Reserve.

Video producers and Reserve natives Jeff Duhé and Lennen Madere will be on hand to collect and scan the photographs. Photos will be returned immediately after being scanned. Residents will be asked to identify the images and persons in photographs.

Dates and locations are:

• Friday, July 16, St. John Theatre Lobby, 115 W. Fourth St.

• Saturday, July 17, Bethlehem Baptist Church, 147 E. 20th St.

• Friday, July 23, Our Lady of Grace School, River Road

• Saturday, July 24, St. John Senior Citizen Center, 214 Regala Park Road

The Reserve150 committee is also seeking any old 8mm film of all things Reserve: people, events and places. Older photographs and or film are particularly desirable.

Duhé and Madere, along with other committee members, will also be soliciting interviews with Reserve residents for the documentary.