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The Exchange on the Road tomorrow evening at Colonial Theatre

July 09, 2014
BETHLEHEM — Laura Knoy will be on stage at the Colonial Theatre with four local panelists at 6:30 tomorrow evening, July 10, giving North Country residents a chance to see The Exchange on the Road.

The panelists — Ben Oleson, town planner for Lancaster, Marilinne Cooper, executive director of WREN, Charlie Jordan, editor of the Colebrook Chronicle, and Edith Tucker, reporter for the Cos County Democrat and Berlin Reporter — will discuss Main Street economies throughout the North Country: the challenges and the successes. Knoy will moderate audience questions posed from the floor; there will be no phone call-ins.

A reception begins at 5:30 p.m.

The event will not be broadcast on air, but the audio will be made available online and through social media.

Ticket information, including the list of those who have already secured seats, is available online at the NHPR website (nhpr.org).

The program is supported in part by The Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund.

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