Iconic sto­ries

Warragul & Drouin Gazette - - NEWS -

The large crowd at Drouin Li­brary for “Sto­ries of Drouin” ex­ceeded ex­pec­ta­tions last Tues­day.

About 70 peo­ple lis­tened to sto­ries of iconic Drouin res­i­dents in their own voice dur­ing the talk pre­sented by Keith Cook. It was part of the Drouin Fi­ci­fo­lia Fes­ti­val and pre­sented in part­ner­ship be­tween the Drouin His­tory Group and Drouin Li­brary.

Cr Cook said it was his fifth pre­sen­ta­tion at the li­brary.

The Sto­ries of Drouin project was formed in 2014 to cap­ture the sto­ries of iconic res­i­dents who have in­ter­est­ing sto­ries to tell.

Al­ready, 26 in­ter­views have been fi­nalised into 18 to 25 minute record­ings. A fur­ther seven are in the works.

Keith Cook presents “Sto­ries of Drouin” to a crowd of about 70 peo­ple at the Drouin Li­brary on Tues­day.

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