Community Stories: Mars Hill Baptist

On June 2, 2012, the Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission (HRC), Creative Corridors Coalition (CCC), and the Echo Network came together for a day of story collecting. Utilizing the StoryLine van, the event was hosted by Mars Hill Baptist Church at 1331 East Fourth Street to bring together twelve people to gather and record on tape their memories and stories of their life in Winston-Salem, especially with their association to lost places such as the Kate Bitting Reynolds Memorial Hospital. 

Story Givers - click on the name below to hear their story

Beverly Watson & Helen Philips Dr. Virginia Newell & Dan Andrews
Dr. Williard McCloud & Dr. Jimmy Jones Iris Deberry & Pam Taylor
Napolen & Josephine Sherard Pauline Jackson & Russ Dubois

watson and philips

Beverly Watson and Helen Philips [listen on YouTube]


newell, andrews

Dr. Virginia Newell and Dan Andrews [listen on YouTube]


mccloud, jones

Dr. Williard McCloud and Dr. Jimmy Jones [listen on YouTube]


deberry, taylor

Iris Deberry and Pam Taylor [listen on YouTube]


sherard

 Napolen & Josephine Sherard [listen on YouTube]


jackson, dubois

Pauline Jackson & Russ Dubois [listen on YouTube]


Revised: 10/18/2012

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